The movie will be coming out in just over a month... 36 days. When the movie comes out, there is going to be endless discussion on the movie... what we liked, what we disliked, what were we shocked by, how did with rank with X-Men and X2. The list goes on. I've seen the madness that can come with these "official" threads, where discussion on a certain topic is to be kept in those threads. Quite frankly, I find it near impossible to follow conversation in those threads. After I've caught up, and I log off, when I come back later, there's 7 more pages of conversation to sift through. God forbid something interesting actually come up in that topic, and it's another 15 to try to sift through. Now, obviously, this is a very populated board. When the movie comes out, it won't just be the regulars posting here, but outsiders as well. People from the other forums, new signups, on top of the many, many regulars we have here. I understand the need for the "official" discussion, as if everyone made their own thread, it would just be total madness. I don't know if I'm alone in this, but personally, I find it much easier to keep up with conversation in different threads. Because, quite frankly, sometimes you really want to say something that you don't want to get lost in the madness of the ongoing discussions in the "official" threads. An example, from myself, was my Cyclops essay. When I post my theories and such in the "official" threads, they seem to get lost, maybe noticed by a couple. I guess, to get to the point, I'm just requesting that, with all the opinions that are going to be flying around in here, if we could hopefully get a little more free roam than just one "official" movie reaction thread. I know when I voice an opinion, I want it to be seen. And on the same token, I want to be able to view other's opinions as well. Their opinions are just as important to them, as mine are to me. And again, I may be alone on this, but I just find it so much harder to follow along with a discussion when thousands of replies are crammed into one thread, than if they are spread out throughout a couple of different threads. Hopefully there can be enough balance, enough to keep every new member who signs up from creating a new thread, but also enough to keep the threads managable, so people can keep up with the conversation. What does everyone else think?