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gunnut
14 Feb 16,, 22:51
OMG this is the funniest movie....probably ever. I was laughing from beginning to the end. The humor is bloody and raunchy. It is now my favorite Valentines movie.

Go see it.

Gun Grape
15 Feb 16,, 00:01
My 18 yr old son thought is was awesome.

Stitch
15 Feb 16,, 07:42
I can hardly wait to see it; I'm glad Ryan Reynolds finally found the right superhero for his personality, the Green Lantern was AWFUL! And he certainly wasn't given much screen time in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

YellowFever
15 Feb 16,, 16:16
I can hardly wait to see it; I'm glad Ryan Reynolds finally found the right superhero for his personality, the Green Lantern was AWFUL! And he certainly wasn't given much screen time in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Hah, funny thing is Reynolds is playing the same superhero in both films.

It's just that the Deadpool character was so mangled in the Wolverine movie.

Looks like Spielberg was wrong when he said the superhero movie is a passing fad considering Avengers, X-men, Captain America, The Suicide Squad and especially Dawn of Justice all has a built in audience and will hit it big at the box office this year.

What's the over/under on the Dawn of Justice surpassing Star Wars in box office considering that Batman and Superman are both better known than any Star Wars character throughout the world?

GVChamp
15 Feb 16,, 16:58
Ohhhhhhhh, Frrrrrrrrraaaaaaaannnnnncccciiiiisssss!!!!

Stitch
15 Feb 16,, 17:21
Hah, funny thing is Reynolds is playing the same superhero in both films.

It's just that the Deadpool character was so mangled in the Wolverine movie.

Looks like Spielberg was wrong when he said the superhero movie is a passing fad considering Avengers, X-men, Captain America, The Suicide Squad and especially Dawn of Justice all has a built in audience and will hit it big at the box office this year.

What's the over/under on the Dawn of Justice surpassing Star Wars in box office considering that Batman and Superman are both better known than any Star Wars character throughout the world?

Yeah, I knew he was the same character, that's why I mentioned it; but, apparently, his character wasn't very well written in X-Men, and he's been given a much more, shall we say, "interesting" personality in his new movie.

I'm not taking that bet on the Batman vs. Superman thing; yes, they are both better known, but I don't think there are enough die-hard Batman/Superman fans to make the movie an overwhelming success. I predict a very successful opening weekend for the movie, but I don't think it will approach the opening weekend of "The Force Awakens".

YellowFever
15 Feb 16,, 20:30
On second thought, you might be right.

My inner fanboism was clouding my judgement...lol.

It's not like we haven't had Superman or Batman movies before.

gunnut
15 Feb 16,, 20:53
On second thought, you might be right.

My inner fanboism was clouding my judgement...lol.

It's not like we haven't had Superman or Batman movies before.

Yeah, but this one has like a female Captain America, but with a sword....

GVChamp
16 Feb 16,, 01:33
Yeah, but this one has like a female Captain America, but with a sword....

And BEN AFLECK!

gunnut
16 Feb 16,, 19:32
And BEN AFLECK!

Bring back Michael Keaton!!!! I want Mr. Mom as Batman. He'll be....Batmom!

SteveDaPirate
16 Feb 16,, 19:48
What's the over/under on the Dawn of Justice surpassing Star Wars in box office considering that Batman and Superman are both better known than any Star Wars character throughout the world?

I don't know man, the pre-advertising and merchandising for Star Wars was unreal.

Stitch
16 Feb 16,, 23:52
Bring back Michael Keaton!!!! I want Mr. Mom as Batman. He'll be....Batmom!

Yeah, I'm with you: the first Batman movie I saw (waaaaaaaaaaaay back in 1990!) was the Michael Keaton one; even though he's known for his comedy, I still think he did a good job with the character.