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Iceman

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Iceman last won the day on March 18 2011

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  1. New Mutants was good. It's smaller scaled and more intimate than the typical superhero blockbuster. I was a huge fan of the comic in the 80s and I really don't have much complaints about it. They did a pretty good job of adapting the Demon Bear storyline. From what I read Josh Boone had a trilogy plan which I'm sad he won't get to complete. Warlock, Karma, Cypher and the Inferno storyline were all on deck to be used. The MCU is great and all but I did like the different feel to the X-Men Fox movies. I'm probably one of the few that did.
  2. I'm actually enjoying the show. To be honest I haven't watched anything MOTU related since I was a kid except the Dolph Lundgren film. I've always been more of a Thundercats fan and have kept up with that like the 2011 reboot. Getting back to the new series, I don't mind what they did with He-Man and really liked his scenes in the last two episodes. Who knows what they have in store for him but I'm intrigued if this was really it for him. Evil-Lyn and Orko had some surprisingly great scenes together. I think they're my favorite characters. I just bought the 80s series on DVD because of Re
  3. 1. A New Hope 2. The Empire Strikes Back 3. The Last Jedi 4. Return of the Jedi 5. The Rise of Skywalker 6. Rogue One 7. The Force Awakens 8. Solo 9. Revenge of the Sith 10. Attack of the Clones 11. The Phantom Menace
  4. I know what you mean. Hopefully they'll incorporate some of that wonderment and exploration back into the Picard series with Patrick Stewart. I've really had enough of the shoot 'em up action stuff for now. It's okay every once in awhile but they're leaning way too heavily into it. I want more of TNGs thoughtfulness and intelligence. And you know, that scene with Bones and his father I always felt was one of the best scenes in any of the movies. It's too bad the rest of the movie's not on that level, but like you I've softened on it too.
  5. I've gained a new appreciation for The Motion Picture and Generations. Both have moved up on my list while the newer films have moved farther down.There really isn't much replay value in them for me anymore. Now with The The Motion Picture it gets points for just being so different than the other 12 films. I guess I now look at it as a noble failure and with Generations I feel similar. I liked the themes of mortality. Insurrection is another one that has moved up for me. I was watching the alternative ending the other day and it was so much more in line with TNG than the "shoot em up kill the
  6. So sad to hear. My condolences. RIP
  7. It's been awhile... 1. First Contact 2. The Wrath of Khan 3. The Voyage Home 4. The Undiscovered Country 5. Generations 6. The Search for Spock 7. Insurrection 8. Nemesis 9. The Motion Picture 10. Beyond 10. Star Trek 12. The Final Frontier 13. Into Darkness
  8. 1. Star Wars: A New Hope 2. The Empire Strikes Back 3. Rogue One 4. Return of the Jedi 5. The Last Jedi 6. The Force Awakens 7. Solo 8. Revenge of the Sith 9. Battle for Endor 10. Attack of the Clones 11. The Phantom Menace 12. Caravan of Courage 13. The Clone Wars
  9. My updated ranking. 1. Captain America: The First Avenger 2. Captain America: The Winter Soldier 3. Black Panther 4. Captain America: Civil War 5. Spider-Man: Homecoming 6. Avengers: Infinity War 7. The Avengers 8. Guardians of the Galaxy 9. Thor: Ragnarok 10. Ant-Man 11. Iron Man 12. Avengers: Age of Ultron 13. Doctor Strange 14. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 15. Iron Man 3 16. Thor 17. Iron Man 2 18. Thor: The Dark World 19. The Incredible Hulk
  10. Here's my revised ranking after seeing Homecoming and GOTG Vol.2. 1. Captain America: The First Avenger 2. Captain America: Civil War 3. Captain America: Winter Soldier 4. Spider-Man: Homecoming 5. The Avengers 6. Guardians of the Galaxy 7. Ant-Man 8. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 9. Doctor Strange 10. Iron Man 11. Avengers: Age of Ultron 12. Iron Man 3 13. Thor 14. Iron Man 2 15. Thor: The Dark World 16. Incredible Hulk
  11. They're actually ignoring Halloween 2 too. But yeah, I'm also going to see it. I have a soft spot for the Halloween movies not including the Zombie ones. I'll watch anything with Jamie Lee Curtis.
  12. Best part of Episode 7 was the use of John Carpenter's music. https://youtu.be/8Wlg4HaUPGg
  13. 1. Captain America: The First Avenger 2. Captain America: Civil War 3. Captain America: Winter Soldier 4. Ant-Man 5. The Avengers 6. Guardians of the Galaxy 7. Doctor Strange 8. Iron Man 9. Avengers: Age of Ultron 10. Iron Man 3 11. Thor 12. Iron Man 2 13. Thor: The Dark World 14. Incredible Hulk I haven't seen GotG Vol. 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming yet.
  14. It might help too if the studio picked a better release date for the next one. Jason Bourne came out a week after Beyond and then Suicide Squad was coming up quick too. Maybe go back to the fall where there are less blockbusters competing. Also, that first trailer was a disaster and it took them forever to put out the second one. Suicide Squad did an amazing marketing campaign which really helped it against all the negative reviews. Beyond was the opposite great reviews which the general public didn't seem to care about. It will be interesting to see how much of a drop off Suicide Squad will
  15. Sad to see Beyond doing poorly at the box office. I really didn't care for Into Darkness and Star Trek '09 was just okay, but this one is pretty great. I felt fully invested in the characters, loved the shout outs to TOS and Enterprise and even got choked up in a couple of scenes referencing Leonard Nimoy's Spock. I hope they don't bring back Robert Orci to write the next one. Simon Pegg gets Star Trek. The suits though probably don't care and will go back to what made them the most money. I kind of feel Into Darkness is what soured the box office for Beyond. The marketing didn't help either.
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