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Iceman last won the day on March 18 2011

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    Akron, OH
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    Star Wars, Star Trek:TNG, 007, horror movies and comic books
  1. Why does Luke have the same haircut for five years? Time to get rid of the Aunt Beru cut.
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    Scream (2022)

    Kirby was the best new character in part 4. She was like the new Randy when she was rattling off all those remakes. I was sad to see her go.
  3. I like Dean Martin's version of Marshmallow World and Rosemary Clooney's Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas best. I just recently bought Dean Martin's and Bing Crosby's Christmas albums. Great songs on them. For unusual non traditional Christmas song, I recommend Prince's Another Lonely Christmas. Another Lonely Christmas-1.mp4
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    The Gifted

    The show was really good! I just got done with season 2 which tied up a lot of the storyline but also left it open ended. Let's just say I could see it leading into Days of Future Past. Thunderbird and Blink were my favorites from the show. The actor they got for Thunderbird was extremely likable and he has a really badass fight scene in one of the last episodes. I was surprised by how much I liked the series. Season 2 was a step up from the first year. I'm going to miss these characters especially Proudstar.
  5. I really enjoyed this movie too. The only thing that bothered me was some of the humor by the Katy character. I felt it wasn't needed and kind of detracted from the film a little. I do like how this tied into Iron Man 3.
  6. I haven't seen Eternals yet. I'm waiting for Disney + but I have finally seen Black Widow (ugh) and some others so here's my revised updated ranking. 1. Captain America: The First Avenger 2. Captain America: The Winter Soldier 3. Captain America: Civil War 4. Avengers: Endgame 5. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier 6. Avengers: Infinity War 7. The Avengers 8. Spider-Man: Homecoming 9. Loki 10. Guardians of the Galaxy 11. Wandavision 12. Black Panther 13. Iron Man 14. Agent Carter 15. Spider-Man: Far From Home 16. An
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    The Gifted

    I was wondering if anyone enjoyed this show. I'm a huge X-Men fan and have watched everything movie wise/tv except this series. I'm a little hesitant but will probably check it out. I know it just got canceled but I hope it's not like Heroes. That show went downhill fast. I am intrigued. I've heard Polaris and Thunderbird is in it.
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    Legion

    I love how out there this series is but I also find it hard to get into at times. I loved the first season. The second season was a bit of a struggle for me. I don't know what it is but I think I got confused by what was the real world and which was in his mind at times. I probably needed to pay closer attention. This is the kind of show you really need to focus on. It's really beautiful to look at though. Highly original compared to other superhero shows.
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    Halloween Kills

    I like H20 better. I prefer this version of Laurie to the 2018 one. She's more of a victim at the beginning who learns to confront her demon and I like the brother/sister angle better. Plus we get that great Janet Leigh cameo! 2018 Laurie is a badass from the get go which is not that interesting. The 2018 film still doesn't work for me. There are some cool scenes with Michael Myers stalking and killing but I'm really not digging the podcasters, Dr. Sartain, all the call backs to the sequels and Karen and her husband. I liked Karen much more in Halloween Kills.
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    Halloween Kills

    I watched Kills a second time today and enjoyed it more. The second half didn't bother me as much. I think the criticism of the characters being dumb is sort of the point David Gordon Green was making about mobs. They're not thinking rationally. Karen makes this point in the hospital scenes with her daughter. Brackett says about Myers "Now his making us monsters." after they chase that other poor mental patient to his death. I liked that Laurie was sidelined in this movie. She's a grandma who got stabbed in the stomach. Makes sense that she would be out of commission for this film. It wa
  11. I was happy to hear Dean Cundey shot a couple episodes. One of my favorite cinematographers.
  12. 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.
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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.
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