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02 Sep 2019 13:54:10
Anyone looking forward to the Joker movie? we have seen some great adaptations (some not so great), my personal favourite being Mark Hamill in the Arkham games, closely followed by Leger. I'm looking forward to see how the character is portrayed in the movie, but from the trailers it looks promising.

Wyred

{Ed001's Note - I was until all the reviews raved about it and that usually is not a good sign! I am liking they went down the darker route, as one thing I have noticed from the DC TV shows is that the frothy, light ones like Arrow and Flash are crap, while the darker ones, such as Titans, Doom Patrol and Pennyworth are good shows. It has a really high bar with the Dark Knight trilogy to aim at, just hope it doesn't undershoot by as much as Suicide Squad did.}


1.) 02 Sep 2019 15:46:36
Suicide squad & justice league struggled because they had a lot of character development to do in a short time whilst also trying to develop the plot. it's the reason why Avengers works is because all the character work is done prior.
I'll be honest other then batman (and associated characters) I don't really care for DC, although I did watch Aquaman and think it's the best one they've done (Only counting movies from their shared universe attempts). If this movie came before JL it would of immediately made it better. Unfortunately DC were playing catch up and decided to rush the whole thing.
I agree though, darker is the way forward for DC it makes them different from marvel that way. And with them now being part of the house of mouse, I think any chance of marvel creating dark movies is remote.

{Ed001's Note - JL and SS didn't work because they were crap, crap stories and crap characters. They didn't develop them, they just threw them in together and hoped it would work.}


2.) 04 Sep 2019 15:09:47
I am really looking forward for it too. I really like how it looks in the trailers.

I read it somewhere it is meant to be a standalone film though. Does it mean they won't connect it with the Batman character? That part really is a big question mark for me.


3.) 11 Sep 2019 18:58:58
I'll admit I'm more of a marvel fan. I grew up with iron man, Spiderman and the x-men and fantastic four. Both the comics and cartoons, especially the cartoons. There wasn't much DC fare in the 80s, only the campy 60s batman series and the awful superman films. I was never a fan of superman it was too American. Then came Batman 89.

I've not seen many of the new DC films as they do look mostly terrible based on the trailers.


4.) 07 Oct 2019 18:34:52
I've really been enjoying titans think things are progressing too quick could have made trigon a bit longer gave a bit more detail to him

in hero films it's not the hero that makes a good film it's the villain and that is where dc are failing I think they have some really amazing villains the joker has always been my favourite

The joker film looks good and I've read contrasts in opinion some rave reviews and some saying biggest flop of 2019


 

 

17 May 2019 09:26:56
Endgame!

Think it’s time to talk about one of the biggest movies ever, be warned there are spoilers but sure you’ve all seen it by now, right?

I loved this movie and it’s better the second time around.

There are plot holes galore, cough time travel. But I don’t care, this is the culmination of 22 movies, a journey I’ve followed since iron man 2. I joined the part slightly late. And when you are putting so many movies together there will be mishaps, Spider-Man messing up the timeline is testament to that.

But, the characters make this movie professor hulk is brilliant and adds another element to the character, would of been nice to see the transition but they may touch on that in future movies.

Fat Thor has finally meant I have a superhero figure so I appreciate that, I know some complained that it ruined his arc but I think him not going for the head had a huge impact on him.

The others continue their arcs and Ironman shows why this movie universe works, the ending was the only way they could explain him not turning up in future movies and feel it was handled really well.

Cap got the ending he deserved and I also guessed his ending which makes a pleasant change! Yes it messes with the timeline but it still works and I will happily ignore the plot hole.

The battle is insane with some nice touches, like Howard the duck who I managed to miss on both occasions, but letting all the characters have their moment in that was great planning.

My only issue with the film is more characters should of been killed in the battle as the body count is really only black widow and iron man, when Thanos was built up as a super power even without the stones!

How they push forward from here will be interesting but I didn’t think I’d be too bothered, then I saw the trailer for far from home and pretty excited for it so onwards and upwards.

I also think the funeral scene was a clever nod to phase 4, i don’t think the kid was there though as a nod to iron man three, I think we may see more or a potential shield member.

One more thing I was disappointed coulson didn’t show up but I suppose the whole he’s not dead thing may have been too much to get in, although Jarvis from agent carter was a nice touch.

Be interested to hear other people’s thoughts on it.

Wyred

1.) 17 May 2019 16:45:21
I came back from my 3rd viewing yesterday. It is honestly in my top 5 films of all time. The Russo Brothers and company did such a fantastic job wrapping it up.

There will also be spoilers here for any loco person who hasn't seen this masterpiece yet.

Iron Man's storyline was perfect, I particularly enjoyed his scene with his Father. It was nice for him to get a moment with him and to say goodbye properly. His death was a great way to go out.

Captain America getting back with Peggy was lovely. He finally got his dance with her.

The battle was just imense. A few highlights for me were:

1. Thor getting both Mjolnir and Strombreaker at the start was epic. He meant business.

2. Captain America getting Thor's hammer. Just epic!

3. When Falcon said "On your left" and the gang all showed up. I wanted to jump around the cinema. And when Cap says "Avengers, Asssemble". I could've died.

4. Spiderman and Iron Man's hug. Touching moment. In that moment you could tell Tony felt it was all worth it.

5. Captain Marvel turning up. Done very well. She is a bit of cheat code so they did well to not involve her too much as it would have been too easy!

There were so many more, but I have rambled on enough.

I do agree more could have died. But if you look at who won't be returning (Tony, Cap, Nat, Vision and I doubt we'll see Hawkeye again) it feels enough. It would have They obviously have a big plan for others and it would be too soon to have them die.

I am glad they didn't have Coulson in. I don't watch the shows but I am aware he came back to life. To me, that just seems too far fetched. His death had meaning in the first Avengers film. When does a death feel final?

I also think the potential plot holes could have explanations for each one. I am prepared to take them all on haha! It would have been funny to see Captain America return the Soul stone and see the Red Skull again though.


2.) 17 May 2019 12:07:11
I've seen it a few times now and I thinks it's everything on could of wanted from the finale of the infinity saga, as its been coined now, to be honest I count infinity war and endgame as one film almost, much like the Lord of the rings trilogy has always just felt like 1 long movie but due to practicality has to be split into 3

The time jump was a really good move and I think fat Thor was the perfect choice to show o me way of dealing with the consequences and depression of the failure and loss they had all faced, every character dealt with the grief in a different way and it all felt right to me so that good

This will be too long if I go on point by point so i will only say a couple more things, firstly the shot of cap when he has his half broke shield he tightens it walks forward and stands, then it shows the long show of him stood against an army. It was like a painting "a man out of time against the army out of time"

With regards to the time travel and in particular the cap ending I'm not sure it's a plot hole so much as they just don't show the story of his life so we don't know, and it's not too important for me. But there are two theories for it

1. There has always been an old cap out there living his life, who was always married to Peggy and was the father of her kids ect as we are never actually told or see who the husband that was saved by captain america is. I like the theory but I'm not sure i agree with it as i don't think it's fits the way time travel was laid out

2. This is what I think happened, when the character go back in time the instant they are there an new timeline is created of which they live in for as long as they like, in caps case 70 years or more. He always kept the gps which can navigate him back to his own timeline so when he got old and peggy passed away he probably was able to find a Tony stark or someone that can use that GPS to figure out how to send him back. I think this is so because when cap leaves he also doesn't have his shield as its destroyed but returns with a brand new shield so someone must have made that for him as well, perhaps he went to t,challa as well to get a new shield made.

Either way I never really worry too much with time travel, it's more of a plot device in most things and being a fan of doctor who I've learnt to let go of 'worrying' over the timey wimey stuff that movies do as no one really knows how it works. Then when add the whole infinity stones into the mix and how they help structure reality, space time ect it really becomes just an interesting conversation as oppose to a point that ruins the enjoyment, what matters is how they use time travel and in the movie the used very well to revisit events and give cap the ending that felt right and about perfect. If they use it again in future however and they bring characters back or undo events ect then I may be a little frustrated but again we will have to see how they execute it


3.) 27 May 2019 10:12:54
I think to really appreciate the time travel thing we need to see the next Spiderman to see the implications. Conveniently seems like his whole class were killed and brought back. But now its 5 years later. That's going to have repercussions.

I'm not a fan of time travel as a plot device. Obviously its handled well in back to the future but endgame then has its say on that.


 

 

27 Apr 2019 11:22:48
Ed001, I watched endgame and my word it’s incredible.

I won’t spoil it for people who haven’t seen it but if you are a marvel fan it’s worth the wait. If you’re not a marvel fan watch the previous movies then go see this, I promise you won’t be disappointed.

It has thrown up a few questions but I don’t care, and I will be going again so I can pick up on a few more bits. There is plenty of film to go at!

Loved this film 3000! What was your view of the film Ed001?

Wyred

{Ed001's Note - it was good but so long and it started just as I thought 'I need a pee'. By the end I was in so much pain I was struggling to enjoy it to be honest! 3 hours!!!!! That is a long time to hold it in.}


1.) 27 Apr 2019 11:39:03
Surprised you didn’t pop, I thought it went quite quick but that’s probably because I wasn’t filled to pop. If you get the chance I would recommend going again. I don’t think I’ll ever see something like the ‘infinity saga’ again and so glad I managed to go in spoiler free.

{Ed001's Note - it did go quick, otherwise I would never have made it. If it was like the Bladerunner film, I ended up spending half an hour on the toilet editing the sites as I was so bored by it and I couldn't hold it as every second watching it dragged by. With this the time flew by and made it just about bearable. I would like to see it again.}


2.) 29 Apr 2019 16:14:56
Didn't manage to watch since all the tickets were either sold out or just left with seats right in front of the screen. Me and my family had to make do with Shazam. Although we enjoyed it (it's a really good movie though, nice for kids IMO), but we are sure we will enjoy Endgame more.


3.) 29 Apr 2019 21:47:05
To be honest I thought it was lng enough. I thought the climactic battle was too short. I wasn't keen on the end but I think on a second viewing I'd like it, it just seemed anti-climatic at the time. Not giving anything away to those who haven't seen it but I thought the whole how they solved it was a but messy and is going to create a load of continuity problems. Just looking on social media and loads of people are confused on it.


4.) 30 Apr 2019 10:29:33
Definitely a few issues, but won't say anything, probably be a week or so before we can dissect it on here.

{Ed001's Note - I have to be honest, by that point I was too busy trying not to burst to really take much notice, so I wouldn't want to comment on the end scenes. Though I do remember thinking a lot of it was unnecessary, at best.}


5.) 30 Apr 2019 11:03:50
I think there is one thing that can cause continuity problems for sure but how they do what they do is explained reasonably well for what it is but (wow this is hard to talk about without spoiling anything, when are allowed to talk directly about events in the movie?) I'm sure they will further explain as phase four begins, and for me its more about character moments and development overall, and making things feel right for what is this 11 year culmination


6.) 30 Apr 2019 12:46:29
I think Far From Home will answer most of the questions. I'd say in a week should be safe to talk about it.


 

 

11 Mar 2019 19:53:25
Went to see captain marvel on the weekend and I wasn't disappointed. If you haven't seen it I won't put any spoilers but Marvel have created a film that has a different take on the origin film.
I found her character brilliant, and was great to see a female lead not require a love interest. There were elements of humour and had a great 90s feel to the film.
I know they were behind DC for a female led movie but I feel the wait was worth it. Unlike wonder woman the movie didn't drag and didn't need a sacrifice from the man at the end.
They have left plenty of scope for character development and the other characters were fantastic. Fury deserves a mention and the de-aging tech is great, if you didn't know who Samuel Jackson was I don't think you would of guessed that shenanigans were in play.
I honestly don't get the bad wrap this movie has gotten, is it their best? Probably not but it has plenty of competition. I would put this in the category of I'd happily watch again.
But some comments just don't make sense, I saw one critic complain that we need more mediocre female led movies, another say it didn't make sense that fury didn't fancy captain marvel. And others complain that it doesn't explain many questions, if they did why would you go watch the next one? Problem is majority of critics aren't marvel fans so simply just don't understand them.special mention to the cameo for Stan Lee hits you in the feels.

Wyred

1.) 22 Mar 2019 17:16:17
Just back from seeing an totally agree. It was better than expected. The Stan Lee tribute as you say hits home.

I find some of the criticism's just there for the sake of trying to criticise. Fury's a professional an got a job to do, why would he be hitting on her. You never seen him act that way in any other film so in this one it would just detract from the character.

Will be interesting to see how big of a role she has in endgame and how that's resolved.


2.) 24 Mar 2019 07:54:41
Surely a massive role in endgame, I’m pretty sure Feige said that she was going to be a big character moving forward.

Also I ended up seeing it again and I am adamant that Talos’ daughter is Nebula!


3.) 24 Mar 2019 22:07:08
Hopefully not too big a role. She's a new character and if she's the sole reason they win its a bit of a slap to the others.


 

 

05 Jan 2019 18:24:14
So we are now in 2019 so what films are people looking forward too?

Mine are
Captain Marvel
Endgame
Spider-Man
Star Wars
Toy story 4
It
Joker
Tarrentinos new movie
And even detective pikachu the trailer impressed me.

I know there’s the Disney remakes which I’ll end up watching with the wife but still don’t think there needed!

Wyred

{Ed001's Note - just the first 4 for me.}


1.) 06 Jan 2019 04:16:07
The new Terminator for me.


2.) 06 Jan 2019 08:29:35
Captive state looks interesting for sure, check the trailer !!


3.) 16 Jan 2019 21:18:54
They got a lot of work to do on that star wars film. Unless they scrap 8 and refilm it.


 

 

 

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02 Sep 2019 15:46:36
Suicide squad & justice league struggled because they had a lot of character development to do in a short time whilst also trying to develop the plot. it's the reason why Avengers works is because all the character work is done prior.
I'll be honest other then batman (and associated characters) I don't really care for DC, although I did watch Aquaman and think it's the best one they've done (Only counting movies from their shared universe attempts). If this movie came before JL it would of immediately made it better. Unfortunately DC were playing catch up and decided to rush the whole thing.
I agree though, darker is the way forward for DC it makes them different from marvel that way. And with them now being part of the house of mouse, I think any chance of marvel creating dark movies is remote.

Wyred

{Ed001's Note - JL and SS didn't work because they were crap, crap stories and crap characters. They didn't develop them, they just threw them in together and hoped it would work.}


 

 

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20 Jul 2019 08:42:04
Open water is also a terrible film, but there are a whole host of terrible films out there, mainly spin offs and reboots that are just made to generate cash.

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24 Jun 2019 14:39:15
I may be in the minority here but I like Tom Hanks, Forrest Gump is a good movie, and I like toy story (which is just his voice so maybe that helps) but I'd agree that he does play very similar roles, i.e. Captain Phillips and the one about the plane crash landing in the river (I forget the title) but again I enjoyed both movies.

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03 Jun 2019 18:30:42
You have to watch Adam West batman, it is a thing of beauty 😂!

I’m willing to give him a chance as Batman, but so far bale is the best Imo, the games to a better job with all the characters though.

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30 Apr 2019 10:29:33
Definitely a few issues, but won't say anything, probably be a week or so before we can dissect it on here.

Wyred

{Ed001's Note - I have to be honest, by that point I was too busy trying not to burst to really take much notice, so I wouldn't want to comment on the end scenes. Though I do remember thinking a lot of it was unnecessary, at best.}


 

 

 

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