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Old 01-03-2013, 01:31 AM   #21
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Thor stuck to the comic??????

BS says I. (knowing nothing)

Iron man did too?? again bs.

It is possible to stay true and have a poorlydirected film.

Capt america exceeded my douche factor inthe first 15 minutes.

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Old 01-03-2013, 02:15 PM   #22
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Well they stuck to thd old comics like Lincoln stuck to the reality. But they both about the characters. I believe marvel reboots the comics and they closer match the movies now. Iron man even looks like Rob junior now

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So as I understand it. The Incredible Hulk from 2008 was the tie in to The Avengers. The first Hulk from 2003, was the adaptation much like the Toby McGuire Spider-Mans. That being said, I don't think either Hulk film was all that great, but The Incredible Hulk followed the book story line better (not a comic reader either, just researched the backstory).

As for the Marvel films, I've been pleasantly surprised with all of them. Thor was my least favorite.

Also, Black Widow and Hawkeye don't have super powers, they are the highly trained SHIELD agents that unite SHIELD to the Super Heros for the Avenger Initiative.

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My problem with HULK is his ability to leap tall buildings and mountains and sh!t. Superpowers are fine, but that is just stupid. Especially in the 2003 one.

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My problem with HULK is his ability to leap tall buildings and mountains and sh!t. Superpowers are fine, but that is just stupid. Especially in the 2003 one.
As opposed to say: wolverine being able to survive a gunshot to the head or being ripped in half and dragging his upper half to the lower half that hulk threw a great distance then healing back into his whole self? Its comics man, **** doesnt need to make sense. Thats the point.
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My problem with the first Hulk wasn't his superpowers...it was the fact that the story was God awful.

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I honestly have never stayed awake for the Ang Lee Hulk. It stinks. Bad. Ed norton and Liv were definitely a step up. the whole Eric Bana movie was just terrible. The acting the story the crappy CGI. I was really glad the other one was made

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OK. Not sure why, but I hated the bad guy in Capt America. His douchey fake german accent and "shoot the children anyways" cliches were the worst part of the film.....HOWEVER, ignoring that, I watched the whole movie. Really quite good.

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