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Beantown Bronco
10-23-2012, 09:30 AM
Since we still seem to be in "bye week mode", I felt this needed to be circulated:

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Bacchus
10-23-2012, 10:02 AM
Can't he get Captain America and Thor to help?

canadianbroncosfan
10-23-2012, 10:30 AM
I hate first trailers to big movies. They give you just enough to make you want so much more.

BowlenBall
10-23-2012, 10:31 AM
Can't he get Captain America and Thor to help?

Seems to me that the Hulk could clear up that mess within the first 30 minutes of the film. Tony Stark needs to make better use of his social network, for sure.

Kaylore
10-23-2012, 10:51 AM
Seems to me that the Hulk could clear up that mess within the first 30 minutes of the film. Tony Stark needs to make better use of his social network, for sure.

LOL

Game time!@BigGreen

Hey this dude just recked my house and said your mom is a whore @RealTonyStark

2KBack
10-23-2012, 11:23 AM
Seems to me that the Hulk could clear up that mess within the first 30 minutes of the film. Tony Stark needs to make better use of his social network, for sure.

Cleaning messes is kind of the opposite of what Hulk exceeds at

bronco militia
10-23-2012, 11:34 AM
should be Iron Man 4

anyway, I'll go see it

Bigdawg26
10-23-2012, 12:31 PM
Seems to me that the Hulk could clear up that mess within the first 30 minutes of the film. Tony Stark needs to make better use of his social network, for sure.

I thought the Hulk was working in his lab? Or are they acting as if the avengers movie didn't count

Beantown Bronco
10-23-2012, 12:45 PM
I thought the Hulk was working in his lab? Or are they acting as if the avengers movie didn't count

This one takes place shortly after the Avengers. Tony's having nightmares in this one related to the final battle and his almost dying in the Avengers.

Bigdawg26
10-23-2012, 02:05 PM
This one takes place shortly after the Avengers. Tony's having nightmares in this one related to the final battle and his almost dying in the Avengers.

Shouldn't the Hulk be in this one then?

Beantown Bronco
10-23-2012, 02:10 PM
Shouldn't the Hulk be in this one then?

I heard on the light rail that the rest of the Avengers are vacationing on Thor's planet when this movie takes place.

I have no idea what the real explanation will be, but there's obviously got to be some reason why none of them appear to help him in this one.

Kaylore
10-23-2012, 02:11 PM
There probably won't be as many other super heroes because they are saving them for Avengers 2. They each go on side quests; Iron Man 3, Thor 2 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Then Avengers 2.

Bronco Rob
10-23-2012, 02:25 PM
http://i1198.photobucket.com/albums/aa444/Paxil_Rose/mandarin.gif



http://www.marveldirectory.com/individuals/m/mandarin.htm




8')

Crushaholic
10-23-2012, 02:34 PM
Now, we are starting the summer movie season in April? ROFL!

Rohirrim
10-23-2012, 03:14 PM
Pretty damn cool. :thumbs:

sutoazul
10-23-2012, 08:09 PM
Can't wait!!

Lestat
10-23-2012, 08:19 PM
that looks like it's going to be sick. i hope it lives up to the hype.
the Iron Man and Dark Knight series really put super hero movies back into the public consciousness and showed that you can make a really good movie with super heroes mixed in.

Bacchus
10-23-2012, 08:30 PM
that looks like it's going to be sick. i hope it lives up to the hype.
the Iron Man and Dark Knight series really put super hero movies back into the public consciousness and showed that you can make a really good movie with super heroes mixed in.

I did not think Iron Man 2 was that good. The Avengers was kind of cartoonish as well. I do like the Batman series though.

Lestat
10-23-2012, 08:34 PM
I did not think Iron Man 2 was that good. The Avengers was kind of cartoonish as well. I do like the Batman series though.

once you start blending the super natural aspects of any comic into movie form it tends to be a bit cartoonish. but thought that both movies were very well done and moved the series into the next phase.

it's going to be the same when they do the Justice League movie. Batman as a stand alone is mostly depicted as facing somewhat believable villains.
but once you start adding in the other Justice League characters the more supernatural and cartoonish aspects will come into play.

Bacchus
10-23-2012, 08:37 PM
once you start blending the super natural aspects of any comic into movie form it tends to be a bit cartoonish. but thought that both movies were very well done and moved the series into the next phase.

Well, they need to try to stay away from cartoonish. The monster from outserspace in the Avengers were lame. They were nothing but machines. Reminded me of the Star Wars movies atttack of the clones. Need to make the movies darker, like Batman and even Captain America had darkness to it.

I'm not saying I did not like the Avengers or Iron Man 2. I just think they could have been alot better.

Lestat
10-23-2012, 08:42 PM
Well, they need to try to stay away from cartoonish. The monster from outserspace in the Avengers were lame. They were nothing but machines. Reminded me of the Star Wars movies atttack of the clones. Need to make the movies darker, like Batman and even Captain America had darkness to it.

I'm not saying I did not like the Avengers or Iron Man 2. I just think they could have been alot better.

i don't think they were lame. they tried to mesh realism along with sci fi to get the best mixture without going to an extreme on either side of the spectrum.
the most important thing will be how they depict Thanos in the next one.

TheChamp24
10-23-2012, 08:46 PM
Well, they need to try to stay away from cartoonish. The monster from outserspace in the Avengers were lame. They were nothing but machines. Reminded me of the Star Wars movies atttack of the clones. Need to make the movies darker, like Batman and even Captain America had darkness to it.

I'm not saying I did not like the Avengers or Iron Man 2. I just think they could have been alot better.

Comics are like cartoons. This is idiotic saying it should stem away from being cartoonish.
Movies and heck video games/etc are away to escape from the realm of reality.

BowlenBall
10-23-2012, 09:22 PM
http://i1198.photobucket.com/albums/aa444/Paxil_Rose/mandarin.gif



http://www.marveldirectory.com/individuals/m/mandarin.htm




8')

Wonder if that's the actual costume Ben Kingsley's gonna wear....

Agamemnon
10-23-2012, 10:31 PM
I heard on the light rail that the rest of the Avengers are vacationing on Thor's planet when this movie takes place.

I have no idea what the real explanation will be, but there's obviously got to be some reason why none of them appear to help him in this one.

I'm puzzled as to why this is an issue. It's a big world and the rest of them have their own issues to deal with. That's been the line of thinking with super heroes who belong to teams since the idea first came about.

People never ask why Batman doesn't just call Superman to help him even though they are both in the Justice League.

Agamemnon
10-23-2012, 10:35 PM
Well, they need to try to stay away from cartoonish. The monster from outserspace in the Avengers were lame. They were nothing but machines. Reminded me of the Star Wars movies atttack of the clones. Need to make the movies darker, like Batman and even Captain America had darkness to it.

I'm not saying I did not like the Avengers or Iron Man 2. I just think they could have been alot better.

Spoken like someone with neither an appreciation nor an understanding of the source material.

v2micca
10-24-2012, 04:39 AM
I'm puzzled as to why this is an issue. It's a big world and the rest of them have their own issues to deal with. That's been the line of thinking with super heroes who belong to teams since the idea first came about.

People never ask why Batman doesn't just call Superman to help him even though they are both in the Justice League.

Exactly. Just because all of my buddies showed up to help me move, doesn't mean I call them all back together to help out when my dog escapes from the back yard and I have to track him down. Some issues are more personal and you tend to deal with them on your own. Add in that Tony has been portrayed as a guy who has issues with admitting he needs help, and it makes perfect sense that the would go at it alone even after the big Avengers Team-Up.

Bacchus
10-24-2012, 05:52 AM
Comics are like cartoons. This is idiotic saying it should stem away from being cartoonish.
Movies and heck video games/etc are away to escape from the realm of reality.

Well, they were made for young teenage boys about 13 years old. Like I said it reminded me of the attack of the clones movies. They could have been grittier and more realistic violence. Killing robots is lame. That is why the Batman series is so much better.

That being said Iron Man 3 looks really good.

Beantown Bronco
10-24-2012, 06:14 AM
Now, we are starting the summer movie season in April? ROFL!

Global Warming.

Beantown Bronco
10-24-2012, 06:17 AM
I'm puzzled as to why this is an issue. It's a big world and the rest of them have their own issues to deal with. That's been the line of thinking with super heroes who belong to teams since the idea first came about.

I can see that with the Green Lantern when each of them has thousands of worlds to cover, but the Earth is a pretty small place and if things get as crazy as they look in this trailer, then I would think that we should expect more of an explanation than simply "he likes to work alone. I'll let him deal with this while I do whatever." I'll give Thor a pass, because I'm sure he's busy dealing with the his own planet and Loki, but the rest? We'll see how they deal with it.

People never ask why Batman doesn't just call Superman to help him even though they are both in the Justice League.

Sure they do.

Rock Chalk
10-24-2012, 06:19 AM
Well, they need to try to stay away from cartoonish. The monster from outserspace in the Avengers were lame. They were nothing but machines. Reminded me of the Star Wars movies atttack of the clones. Need to make the movies darker, like Batman and even Captain America had darkness to it.

I'm not saying I did not like the Avengers or Iron Man 2. I just think they could have been alot better.

Batman Begins was stupid.

Dark Knight was terrific but really, it was only great because of Heath Ledger's performance.

The Batman movies fatal flaw is, Batman sucks as a character. He's a borish brooding fellow full of self loathing and self pity.

Being dark doesn't make it a better movie, it makes it a different kind of movie. I have yet to see the new Batman (but want to!) so I cannot comment on it.

Iron Man 2 was better than Iron Man 1 for a variety of reasons. Namely, better actors (Don Cheadle > Terrance whatever his name is, and Mickey Rourke rules). I like Tony Stark's character infinitely more than I like Bruce Wayne. Both being rich, one is awesome and the other isn't.

That being said, Iron Man series is a little more "cartoonish" as you say, because the Iron Man comics were not nearly as dark as the Batman comics. The movie series are both fantastic IMO, but not comparable as they are both very different kinds of movies.

bowtown
10-24-2012, 06:43 AM
Batman Begins was stupid.

Dark Knight was terrific but really, it was only great because of Heath Ledger's performance.

The Batman movies fatal flaw is, Batman sucks as a character. He's a borish brooding fellow full of self loathing and self pity.

Being dark doesn't make it a better movie, it makes it a different kind of movie. I have yet to see the new Batman (but want to!) so I cannot comment on it.

Iron Man 2 was better than Iron Man 1 for a variety of reasons. Namely, better actors (Don Cheadle > Terrance whatever his name is, and Mickey Rourke rules). I like Tony Stark's character infinitely more than I like Bruce Wayne. Both being rich, one is awesome and the other isn't.

That being said, Iron Man series is a little more "cartoonish" as you say, because the Iron Man comics were not nearly as dark as the Batman comics. The movie series are both fantastic IMO, but not comparable as they are both very different kinds of movies.

Totally depends on which era of Batman comics you are dealing with.

v2micca
10-24-2012, 07:23 AM
Batman Begins was stupid.

Well, we will have to agree to disagree there. I'll admit I felt it was the weakest of the Nolan Trilogy, but I felt it did a great job of introducing the character and actually letting him drive his own film for once.

Dark Knight was terrific but really, it was only great because of Heath Ledger's performance.

I would argue, that the performances of Michael Caine, Aaron Eckhart, and Gary Oldman largely contributed to the film's success. Not to mention the script, directing, cinematography, ect. One lone actor giving it his all does not a quality film make.

The Batman movies fatal flaw is, Batman sucks as a character. He's a borish brooding fellow full of self loathing and self pity.

Yes, Batman conforms to the classic Stoic Archetype. That's not everyone's cup of tea. But to dismiss the value of the character simply because he does not conform to your preferences is a mistake.

Being dark doesn't make it a better movie, it makes it a different kind of movie. I have yet to see the new Batman (but want to!) so I cannot comment on it.

Here is one thing we can definitely agree on. Following the success of the recent Batman and James Bond films, I've seen far too many executives convinced that they need to make their own property "darker and grittier". Thankfully, this trend peaked before we ended up with a He-Man movie featuring Daniel Day-Lewis brutally and joylessly carving through the cast of the Departed in left-over sets from Children of Men. Some concepts are just fun and crazy and you need to embrace that aspect of them in the tone.

Iron Man 2 was better than Iron Man 1 for a variety of reasons. Namely, better actors (Don Cheadle > Terrance whatever his name is, and Mickey Rourke rules). I like Tony Stark's character infinitely more than I like Bruce Wayne. Both being rich, one is awesome and the other isn't.

Cheadle > Terrance. But, for reasons beyond his control (Direction, Script, ect) he added absolutely nothing to the role over Terrance. Sorry, even the great ones deliver duds. And once again, I get that you like Stark better than Wayne. He's Barney Stinson with a bigger budget and a collection of suits that opt for firepower over style. Of course he is awesome.

Rock Chalk
10-24-2012, 09:40 AM
Well, Im not going to argue much because its all opinion but I will clarify. I didnt mean to say The Dark Knight was only great because of Heath Ledger's performance. It was a good story, script with all around good casting (save the chic who sucked). It was a good all around movie, Heath Ledger's performance as Joker made it a GREAT movie.

I dont dismiss the character of Bruce Wayne, he is who he is and the reason for why he is the way he is, is sound. And in the comics, Bruce is a much more relatable person IMO but in the movies, all of them, well I dont know, I dont hink anyone has really done it well (Keaton was probably the best as Batman even though the movies weren't nearly as good).

BTW
Children of Men was the worst movie I have ever seen.

Well, we will have to agree to disagree there. I'll admit I felt it was the weakest of the Nolan Trilogy, but I felt it did a great job of introducing the character and actually letting him drive his own film for once.



I would argue, that the performances of Michael Caine, Aaron Eckhart, and Gary Oldman largely contributed to the film's success. Not to mention the script, directing, cinematography, ect. One lone actor giving it his all does not a quality film make.



Yes, Batman conforms to the classic Stoic Archetype. That's not everyone's cup of tea. But to dismiss the value of the character simply because he does not conform to your preferences is a mistake.



Here is one thing we can definitely agree on. Following the success of the recent Batman and James Bond films, I've seen far too many executives convinced that they need to make their own property "darker and grittier". Thankfully, this trend peaked before we ended up with a He-Man movie featuring Daniel Day-Lewis brutally and joylessly carving through the cast of the Departed in left-over sets from Children of Men. Some concepts are just fun and crazy and you need to embrace that aspect of them in the tone.

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Cheadle > Terrance. But, for reasons beyond his control (Direction, Script, ect) he added absolutely nothing to the role over Terrance. Sorry, even the great ones deliver duds. And once again, I get that you like Stark better than Wayne. He's Barney Stinson with a bigger budget and a collection of suits that opt for firepower over style. Of course he is awesome.

Beantown Bronco
10-24-2012, 09:50 AM
It was a good story, script with all around good casting (save the chic who sucked).

Maggie Gyllenhaal? Would you have rathered they brought back Katie Holmes?

v2micca
10-24-2012, 09:58 AM
Maggie Gyllenhaal? Would you have rathered they brought back Katie Holmes?

Even though I consider Maggie to be the better actress, yes, I would have preferred they brought back Holmes. While I have enjoyed Gyllenhall in other films, she is by far the weakest link of The Dark Knight. I'm not saying Katie would have done any better. But at least you would have had consistency between the two films. There is a disconnect between Bruce and Rachel in the second film. And I think that is largely due to the fact that even though it is the same character, with the new actress it just didn't feel like they had the history that had been established in the previous film.

Crushaholic
10-24-2012, 10:33 AM
Maggie Gyllenhaal? Would you have rathered they brought back Katie Holmes?

IMO, Holmes is easier on the eyes. Acting, be damned...;D

Rock Chalk
10-24-2012, 11:09 AM
Maggie Gyllenhaal? Would you have rathered they brought back Katie Holmes?

Not what I said.

Bacchus
10-24-2012, 11:44 AM
Batman Begins was stupid.

Dark Knight was terrific but really, it was only great because of Heath Ledger's performance.

The Batman movies fatal flaw is, Batman sucks as a character. He's a borish brooding fellow full of self loathing and self pity.

Being dark doesn't make it a better movie, it makes it a different kind of movie. I have yet to see the new Batman (but want to!) so I cannot comment on it.

Iron Man 2 was better than Iron Man 1 for a variety of reasons. Namely, better actors (Don Cheadle > Terrance whatever his name is, and Mickey Rourke rules). I like Tony Stark's character infinitely more than I like Bruce Wayne. Both being rich, one is awesome and the other isn't.

That being said, Iron Man series is a little more "cartoonish" as you say, because the Iron Man comics were not nearly as dark as the Batman comics. The movie series are both fantastic IMO, but not comparable as they are both very different kinds of movies.

From the previews it looks like Iron Man 3 is going to be pretty dark so that is good. As far as Iron Man 2 I think I liked it more than the Avengers. I haven't seen it for awhile. I hope the Avengers next movie will have a better villian.

Like you said a lot of it is the villian in the movies, Joker awesome, robots from outerspace uh not so much.

Beantown Bronco
10-24-2012, 12:34 PM
Not what I said.

Which is why I asked the questions. Note the question marks.

Lycan
10-24-2012, 01:05 PM
From the previews it looks like Iron Man 3 is going to be pretty dark so that is good. As far as Iron Man 2 I think I liked it more than the Avengers. I haven't seen it for awhile. I hope the Avengers next movie will have a better villian.

Like you said a lot of it is the villian in the movies, Joker awesome, robots from outerspace uh not so much.

Loki was the main villain. The robots were just his minions.

And Loki is awesome, not really dark, but still awesome.

If Thanos is indeed the villain in the next Avengers, which is likely as he was shown after the credits in the first one, it should be much darker.

Rock Chalk
10-24-2012, 01:45 PM
Which is why I asked the questions. Note the question marks.

*shrug* I didnt think Katie Holmes was horrible. Certainly better looking. I don't really have a preference for her I just didn't care for whats-her-face replacing her. The other poster brought up the continuity thing, maybe that's it.

ZONA
10-24-2012, 02:36 PM
I have problems with many of todays action movies. Yes you want to see action but most of these now have non stop action to the point where it gets washed out, you become so sensitized the action no longer has the full affect so to speak.

I'll take a thriller with "action" scenes, as in many of the Borne movies, vs a flat out washed out nonstop action like Transformers.

Doggcow
10-24-2012, 02:48 PM
I have problems with many of todays action movies. Yes you want to see action but most of these now have non stop action to the point where it gets washed out, you become so sensitized the action no longer has the full affect so to speak.

I'll take a thriller with "action" scenes, as in many of the Borne movies, vs a flat out washed out nonstop action like Transformers.

You stfu right now. Transformers is awesome.

broncosteven
10-24-2012, 06:57 PM
Comic book movies have hit critical mass for me.

YAWN

When does Cloud Atlas come out?

v2micca
10-25-2012, 04:40 AM
You stfu right now. Transformers is awesome.

Seriously? Are we tallking about the same film franchise here? The one were a hack director and his shaky cam bullsh*t makes us watch 40 minutes of Goober McD*ckballs working out his girlfriend issues with stand-in ****dolls so we can get maybe 15 minutes of frenetic and nigh incomprehensible robot on robot action before the U.S. armed forces roll in and take care of things so Bay can indulge his military fetish? The same Franchise were the Transformers are only tertiary (not even secondary, tertiary) characters in their own g*dd*mned movie. That steaming pile is awesome?

Beantown Bronco
10-25-2012, 06:19 AM
Comic book movies have hit critical mass for me.

YAWN

When does Cloud Atlas come out?

tomorrow

Doggcow
10-25-2012, 06:29 AM
Seriously? Are we tallking about the same film franchise here? The one were a hack director and his shaky cam bullsh*t makes us watch 40 minutes of Goober McD*ckballs working out his girlfriend issues with stand-in ****dolls so we can get maybe 15 minutes of frenetic and nigh incomprehensible robot on robot action before the U.S. armed forces roll in and take care of things so Bay can indulge his military fetish? The same Franchise were the Transformers are only tertiary (not even secondary, tertiary) characters in their own g*dd*mned movie. That steaming pile is awesome?

It sounds like you're watching Transformers and expecting Citizen Kane.

Tits, action, big ****ing robots. Jesus. Appreciate the movie for what it is.

It's like going to Snakes on a Plane and complaining the story was predictable.

Doggcow
10-25-2012, 06:30 AM
Comic book movies have hit critical mass for me.

YAWN

When does Cloud Atlas come out?

Is that movie A Final Fantasy? I've just kinda watched a handful of Trailers, it looks exactly like a Final Fantasy.

spdirty
10-25-2012, 06:47 AM
Looks good. I'm not a critic, but Robert Downey Jr. is one hell of an actor and is a perfect fit for this role IMO, but I really liked the prior Iron Mans, Captain America (f*ck yeah!), Incredible Hulk, the Batman movies, Avengers was good. Transformers I wish had a lot more Optimus Prime, Megatron, and Starscream, but I enjoyed them anyway. Only one I really didn't like was Thor. That pile of crap movie made me fall asleep.

v2micca
10-25-2012, 08:05 AM
It sounds like you're watching Transformers and expecting Citizen Kane.

No, I was expecting a movie about Transformers. What I got was a movie about some douchenoozle's quest to get laid, while the Air Force fought off an alien invasion.

boobies, action, big ****ing robots. Jesus. Appreciate the movie for what it is.

Fodder for RiffTrax? Because that is the only redeeming value I can come up with.

It's like going to Snakes on a Plane and complaining the story was predictable.


I will see your random comparison and raise you a strained metaphor.
Its like dropping a turd in the bowl and then being concerned because you don't remember eating corn in the last few days.