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May 2nd 2003, 07:19 CEST by Funkdrunk

Perhaps just once we can have a topic that doesn't bleed into other topics.  Post all opinions and info here, and please remember to put spoiler warnings.
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#36 by Trolly McTroll
2003-05-02 18:51:17
if you think your day is bad

Good thing he had a pocketknife instead of nail clippers though!

"..and Trolly McTroll is the best name EVER. I laugh every time I see it."  - ZEP
" If i ever have a daughter, I'm going to name her Trolly. - The_Joker
#37 by snowcrash-22
2003-05-02 18:56:43
snowcrash22@excite.com
if you think your day is bad


Now that's the kind of realism I would like in a videogame...
#38 by mrbloo
2003-05-02 19:15:47
mrbloo2000@hotmail.com
That is one tough dude.  How did he get through the bone with a pocketknife?
#39 by Funkdrunk
2003-05-02 19:18:00
jflavius@bellatlantic.net
I wondered about that too, but what I think happened was the bone was shattered by the 200 lb boulder that crushed his arm - leaving him ample spaces to cut through.


Funk.

When the great lord passes, the wise peasant bows deeply and silently farts ~Ethiopian Proverb
#40 by Marsh Davies
2003-05-02 20:11:19
www.verbalchilli.com
Have the trolls gone yet?

X2 was a huge amount of fun imo, and many millions of times better than the first one. Nuts to the social commentary etc., it's simply a great action movie, and a wonderful nostalgia trip. Seems a lot more mature than the first one - not intellectually speaking - but in the sense that it has grizzly (though largely bloodless) death occuring throughout.

Amiguously phrased SPOILER:
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Did I miss something at the end: why didn't Bobby do something to the water?

#41 by Funkdrunk
2003-05-02 20:15:33
jflavius@bellatlantic.net
#40 Marsh Davies
Did I miss something at the end: why didn't Bobby do something to the water?


I wondered about that myself.  My only conclusion was that it was beyond his capabilities to do anything about.  The volume of water was too much.

Funk.

When the great lord passes, the wise peasant bows deeply and silently farts ~Ethiopian Proverb
#42 by Your Friend
2003-05-02 21:08:02

New Hulk trailer here.

Ok, this is the best one yet, and has piqued my interest.


I agree.  The first few trailers really had me rolling my eyes, but this one actually makes me look forward to the movie.  The Hulk still looks a bit like a rubber doll, but so did Spiderman, so I'm sure it won't be a deal breaker if the movie is good otherwise.

I don't consider myself a signature snob, but this signature is much better than yours.
#43 by Squeaky
2003-05-02 21:27:54
I think Hulk looks cool. Way better than Spiderman.

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#44 by "pg22"
2003-05-02 21:56:06
pgharavi@adelphia.net www.owned.com
I think the movie will be better than the VHS
#45 by LPMiller
2003-05-02 22:22:19
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
X2 was cool. I dunno that it was better than the first one - I'd have to see it again - but the action was great.

I believe I can fly......urk.
#46 by Matt Perkins
2003-05-02 22:26:12
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG !OMG! OMG! OMG!



So much better than the first one, or spider man, or maybe even batman.  Maybe, just maybe, the best comic book movie of all time.  Less of the spiffyness of being mutants and more of the reality (if such a reality existed) of being mutants.  It was lovely.

As for Bobby/Iceman...yes, that would be way beyond his current power level, at least in terms of the movie.

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#47 by Warren Marshall
2003-05-02 22:37:22
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Yes, WAY better than the first movie.  Storm was useful this time around and everything was pumped up to a higher level.

A few plot holes, but nothing to get in the way of enjoying the movie ... worth seeing in the theatre, no doubt.

Bubble Bombing Fun!
#48 by yotsuya
2003-05-02 23:02:37
Don't you ladies have jobs?

"YES!!  You see people, THAT'S why he's the Vice-President of A/V Services here at Respawn Games.  Yotsuya ALWAYS unleashes the fucking fury!" - Warren Marshall
#49 by Trolly McTroll
2003-05-02 23:07:08
They have jobs where boatloads of uber-geeks take off for a portion of the day to enjoy the latest geekfest film.

"..and Trolly McTroll is the best name EVER. I laugh every time I see it."  - ZEP
" If i ever have a daughter, I'm going to name her Trolly. - The_Joker
#50 by yotsuya
2003-05-02 23:09:06
Trolly-

The truest thing you have ever said.

"YES!!  You see people, THAT'S why he's the Vice-President of A/V Services here at Respawn Games.  Yotsuya ALWAYS unleashes the fucking fury!" - Warren Marshall
#51 by Warren Marshall
2003-05-02 23:19:54
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
You say that like it's a bad thing.

Bubble Bombing Fun!
#52 by Ergo
2003-05-02 23:22:12
Exactly.

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#53 by Trolly McTroll
2003-05-02 23:26:31
I didn't say it's bad that you're a geek and enjoy geeky films.  You're reading too much into my trolly posts.  Take a chill pill.  Play some Bubble Chump.

"..and Trolly McTroll is the best name EVER. I laugh every time I see it."  - ZEP
" If i ever have a daughter, I'm going to name her Trolly. - The_Joker
#54 by Ergo
2003-05-02 23:27:49
#53 Trolly McTroll
I didn't say it's bad that you're a geek and enjoy geeky films.  You're reading too much into my trolly posts.  Take a chill pill.  Play some Bubble Chump.

That's not exactly true. Eighty percent of the time I don't read your posts at all.

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#55 by Trolly McTroll
2003-05-02 23:30:06
You're pissing all over my right to free speech!  Ergos are the new Fox-Nazis!

"..and Trolly McTroll is the best name EVER. I laugh every time I see it."  - ZEP
" If i ever have a daughter, I'm going to name her Trolly. - The_Joker
#56 by OpenCrap User
2003-05-02 23:32:31
http://opencrap.refracted.com
Only eighty?

"Where's the tape??"
"It's digital!!!"
#57 by Qmanol
2003-05-02 23:37:07
Eric T. Cheng #15
What do you mean "a few days ago"? It was just released today...

Release date in Australia : 30th April
Happy?

So, first, let's kill all the marketing people.

Who's with me?
#58 by Ergo
2003-05-02 23:43:00
#56 OpenCrap User
Only eighty?

I was being nice.

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#59 by LPMiller
2003-05-03 00:30:10
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG! OMG !OMG! OMG! OMG!


Jesus light a candle, somebody geeked.

I believe I can fly......urk.
#60 by jjohnsen
2003-05-03 01:39:12
http://www.johnsenclan.com
One of the first Matrix Reloaded reviews I've seen.

You are high, aren't you?
#61 by Matt Perkins
2003-05-03 01:55:06
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
LP
Jesus light a candle, somebody geeked.

Somehow, I think you're trying to make that an insult...

"It's all fair game once you click "post", mind you." - Bailey
#62 by Eric T. Cheng
2003-05-03 01:58:44
erictcheng@hotmail.com
Jesus light a candle, somebody geeked.


When I read his post I immediate thought he did a Harry Knowles...

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#63 by TheTrunkDr.
2003-05-03 02:01:17
Well I enjoyed it, that's for sure and I'll definitely agree it was better than the first, could have used more Collosus and more Nightcrawler (after the first 5 minutes nearly all of his teleporting was off camera!). I wouldn't say it was better than either Spider-man or Batman though. They also need more recurring bad guys, Magneto and Mystique just don't seem like enough to go up against the entire X-Men crew. I feel it also suffered from some of the same problems as the first, they essentially ignored many of the relationships that there are between many of the characters in the comics. Last time it was the history between Wolverine and Sabertooth that was the most glaring and they did the same thing again between Wolverine and Yoriko. I don't think it would destroy the movie if they just admitted there was some history between these characters instead of them being totally oblivious to each other. Still thoroughly enjoyed it, might even see it again should the opportunity arise.

It's a Steve Buscemi vibe.
#64 by Duality
2003-05-03 02:37:00
Dualipuff@yahoo.com http://stratoscape.ath.cx/
per Gilgamesh:
Now, a German-led expedition has discovered what is thought to be the entire city of Uruk - including, where the Euphrates once flowed, the last resting place of its famous King.

Those silly Nazis are at it again!!

Fuck all of you who are have gone / are going to see X2.  Fuck you all in the goat ass!

Our initial assessment is that they will all die.
#65 by LPMiller
2003-05-03 03:32:42
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
Trunk: Dude, the movie was 2 hours long, what did you what? Frankly, I sorta thought it was TOO close to the comics in some regards.

Colossus was VERY cool, but lets be real - it made sense to send him away to watch the kids, and frankly, he alone would have blown the whole FX budget. Show more Colossus, or show Jean Grey manifest the Phoenix?  Talk about Wolvy's history with Lady D, or just get to what has to be one of the coolest fights in movie history? I mean, seeing those two stab each other over and over again...man. And the mansion attack soooo reminded me of when Wolverine snuck into the Hellfire club to rescue Jean.  

I was happy to see hints of Kitty Pryde, Banshee's daughter, Leech, and of course Beast. Not to mention the one thing I didn't expect at all, the rise of the Phoenix.

I mean, I think singer does a hell of a job giving fans of the comic nods left and right, but he can only do soo much. Too much history, and the movie would have just bogged down into the Wolverine show. While Wolvy could carry a movie, this was the Xmen after all.  

Now seriously, open a window, cause I think I geeked up the room.

I believe I can fly......urk.
#66 by Squeaky
2003-05-03 03:49:54
Did anyone notice Jubilee?

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#67 by jjohnsen
2003-05-03 03:50:12
http://www.johnsenclan.com
So why haven't they made a Wolverine movie yet, it seems like he's been the main focus of the two X-men movies?

You are high, aren't you?
#68 by bishop
2003-05-03 03:50:22
http://www.darkintel.org/00FF00/
She was also in the first one, wasn't she?
#69 by Squeaky
2003-05-03 03:53:37
I think so, yeah.

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#70 by TheTrunkDr.
2003-05-03 03:54:26
All I'm asking for is a "we meet again" sort of thing, I'm not asking to be told the entire history I'm just asking for aknowledgement of a history, one line would have been enough in both the Sabertooth and Yoriko incidents. I don't think litterally 3 seconds of dialog would bog down the movie. Besides if they had done that and had they kept Sabertooth and Lady Deathstrike alive they could have setup a great Wolverine spinoff movie.

It's a Steve Buscemi vibe.
#71 by TheTrunkDr.
2003-05-03 03:57:16
So why haven't they made a Wolverine movie yet, it seems like he's been the main focus of the two X-men movies?

I'm sure it's in the works, if not it probably will be after this one racks in the cash. Wolverine has by far the most backstory of any of the X-Men, and he's the most popular X-Men character I'd imagine.

It's a Steve Buscemi vibe.
#72 by LPMiller
2003-05-03 03:59:33
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
Yeah, only they already established in the movie that he doesn't remember anything from before the claws. I mean, why not wish that they tell us Wolverines real age?

Really, I think you should be happy with what you got. It's good enough. The Xmen span what, 30 years or so? They can only do so much in 2 movies.

All I want in the third movie though, is the Phoenix, and Sentinels. Give me those two things, and I'm happy. I want a massive fight where you see mutants die, and I want you to see guys like Angel or Havok off fighting in the background against giant robots and/or Dark Phoenix, and I don't want the movie to stop for a second to tell me, "Oh hey, How are you Warren? Hey Havok, love the wacky costume". Just a big ass brawl.

I believe I can fly......urk.
#73 by Qmanol
2003-05-03 04:00:41
I was happy to see hints of Kitty Pryde, Banshee's daughter, Leech, and of course Beast.


Also note the name "Remy Lebeau" on Stryker's computer when Mystique is accessing it.

So, first, let's kill all the marketing people.

Who's with me?
#74 by Eric T. Cheng
2003-05-03 04:07:37
erictcheng@hotmail.com
So why haven't they made a Wolverine movie yet, it seems like he's been the main focus of the two X-men movies?


Marvel's CEO and President he hinted that they're considering a Wolverine and Storm spin-off movies (I'm sure the latter is just to kiss Halle Berry's sweet perfect ass so she would stay in the franchise).

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#75 by Eric T. Cheng
2003-05-03 04:08:19
erictcheng@hotmail.com
Also note the name "Remy Lebeau" on Stryker's computer when Mystique is accessing it.


Bryan Singer actually filmed a cameo of Gambit, using Hugh Jackman's stunt double, but it was edited out.

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#76 by Squeaky
2003-05-03 04:27:49
#70 TheTrunkDr.
All I'm asking for is a "we meet again" sort of thing, I'm not asking to be told the entire history I'm just asking for aknowledgement of a history, one line would have been enough in both the Sabertooth and Yoriko incidents. I don't think litterally 3 seconds of dialog would bog down the movie. Besides if they had done that and had they kept Sabertooth and Lady Deathstrike alive they could have setup a great Wolverine spinoff movie.

Having never read the comics, I could tell that Wolverine knew Deathstrike from somewhere else just by the way he looked at her. For me the back story between the two was there in what wasn't said.

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#77 by Charles
2003-05-03 04:46:09
www.bluh.org
Sentinels would be love.

GIANT ROBOTS MAKE EVERYTHING BETTER.

Anyone who disagrees, nazi, etc, etc.

Of course, this is only a minor technicality, as even when "properly elected" into office, a politician has as much chance of not having gotten there via corrupt means as Dubya has of spelling racecar backwards.  --UncleJeet
#78 by Funkdrunk
2003-05-03 04:54:05
jflavius@bellatlantic.net
The last rumor I heard was this:

X3 - Hellfire Club  (if you check the X2 credits, there's one for Sabastian Shaw)

X4 - Dark Phoenix (provided there is an X2)

Funk.

When the great lord passes, the wise peasant bows deeply and silently farts ~Ethiopian Proverb
#79 by Funkdrunk
2003-05-03 05:02:40
jflavius@bellatlantic.net
Err... I meant provided there is an X4

One of the thing that Bryan Singer said in an interview is that in his opinion the "comic book films" need to be episodic.  Which is why elements of X1 lead directly into X2.  And elements in X2 will lead into X3, and so on.

When the great lord passes, the wise peasant bows deeply and silently farts ~Ethiopian Proverb
#80 by Dethstryk
2003-05-03 05:13:39
jemartin@tcainternet.com
Was there anybody else on the computer screen besides Gambit? Oh, and as for Beast... is that before he turned into a mutant? I thought that after he turned big and blue, he stayed like that.

Dark Phoenix Saga. Holy shit.

And yes, I just got back from it.

"And I'm saying without a relationship with God and those strong convictions HE put in me I wouldn't be a 42 year old who hasn't had sex with anyone today."
#81 by Funkdrunk
2003-05-03 05:22:27
jflavius@bellatlantic.net
#80 Dethstryk
Was there anybody else on the computer screen besides Gambit? Oh, and as for Beast... is that before he turned into a mutant? I thought that after he turned big and blue, he stayed like that.

Dark Phoenix Saga. Holy shit.

And yes, I just got back from it.


I saw Jamie Madrox on the screen (the Multiple Man).  That was the one that stood out to me.

Beast started out not being blue, but an experiment performed on himself turned him that way.  But he was always a mutant.  He was strong, agile and dexterous.  The only thing that the experiment did was make him furry, teeth pointy and added a healing factor.

Funk.

When the great lord passes, the wise peasant bows deeply and silently farts ~Ethiopian Proverb
#82 by jjohnsen
2003-05-03 05:53:51
http://www.johnsenclan.com
He became blue during X-FActor didn't he?

You are high, aren't you?
#83 by LPMiller
2003-05-03 05:55:31
lpmiller@gotapex.com http://www.gotapex.com
Damn, I totally missed the Madrox link....now he would be COOL to see.

I believe I can fly......urk.
#84 by LPMiller
2003-05-03 05:56:06
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No, he became blue just after he left the xmen and just before he joined the Avengers. It was an off camera thing

I believe I can fly......urk.
#85 by LPMiller
2003-05-03 05:56:53
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Actually in Xfactor, he cured the blueness, but it made it so that he got stronger but lost his IQ. Then eventually he was change back to blue, restoring his genius.

I believe I can fly......urk.
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