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  2. Sure. He's played a vampire before and in some fictional tales bats turn into vampires and vice versa, so it's like he's been the understudy for Batman all along. Plus, Batman's love matches have always appeared awkward to me and so did the overwrought relationship between Pattinson's character and his love interest in the Twilight franchise. So yeah, I think he can handle it
  3. It's old news, but in case you haven't heard, Cedric Diggory* has been cast as the next Batman. I'm quite shocked at the choice. Do you reckon he can pull it off? *Fine, the actor is Robert Pattinson but I'll forever see him as Hufflepuff good guy Cedric Diggory.
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    Captain Marvel

    Good point Zack. To Mecha, you can say that because there are indeed a lot of superhero movies in the previous years. You don't have to watch this movie to relate with the conclusion of how to defeat Thanos.
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    Captain Marvel

    I'm tired of Superhero movies. They've been done too much in recent years. There's always massive hype around them and then they hardly ever end up delivering. Maybe I'm just being overly negative, but I don't see myself watching any superhero movie (not just this one) for a long time yet.
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    Captain Marvel

    I agree with the spoiler of Zack, so to speak. It is so easy for us to compare superhero stories because we are already saturated with many of these stories. I guess the best way to appreciate a movie is to watch it without comparing it with other movies, although I tend to do just that as well.
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    Captain Marvel

    I enjoyed the film with its battles, but not the plot because it felt like it is the same as the story of Thor and Loki condensed into one movie portrayed with different characters.
  8. I tend to agree, that the movie was decent but not super good. Definitely worth seeing though. But yea, I did enjoy Fury a bit more than I enjoyed her.
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    Captain Marvel

    I rate this movie 7 out of 10 (1 is added because of the Flerken the cat). I think Fury made the movie bearable because of his funny character.
  10. It was so-so. Pacing was on the slow side, and something about Carol Danver's / Captain Marvel's portrayal was kind of leaden, too. The liveliest characters were Maria and Monica Rambeau.
  11. The Kree are interesting because it seems like they're often portrayed as villains. They're responsible for the Inhumans on Earth, they were the bad guys in Guardians of the Galaxy. But Captain Marvel is going to start off with them as the good guys. Whether she finds corruption in the Kree remains to be seen. I will see this as soon as I can.
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    Captain Marvel

    The Kree race is blue people, that we know already. I'm guessing that their favorite song is "I'm Blue". And lastly, they are the ones who coded the "Blue Screen of Death" for Windows. Enough jesting. Reading the reviews, which we need to put a grain of salt, they are somewhat mediocre. I'm expecting that because we still live in a world where men are supposed to save the world and not the ladies. I'm still going to see it this weekend.
  13. I'm excited for it, I want to see what implications Captain Marvel has for Endgame, and I think it'll be a real fun movie. Plus, it deals with the Kree and I'm really interested in seeing what more we learn about them. We learned a little bit from Guardians of the Galaxy and Marvels Agents of Shield about them.
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    Captain Marvel

    I am a Marvel fan, so I will see it. I would like to see Stan's part in the movie as we can't see him anymore in future Marvel movies. I guess the Avenger's Endgame and Spiderman will be the last movies where Stan could be seen.
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    Captain Marvel

    We will see her next weekend. Are you going to see her? I have a mix feeling about this movie. The trailer is good, but I have a feeling that it is only good at that. I will wait for my friends' comments about it before I will watch it.
  16. To be fair, I think Ben Affleck wanted out of the role ever since it first bombed with fans and critics. I can't say I blame him. I think @headrush is straight on about casting Richard Madden in the role. I think Jack O'Connell would be a good bet too. He's young enough at 28 and he's not as well-known, so there are fewer expectations and biases about how he should act. Sometimes it's hard to see some well-established actors as Batman as we've built the hero up in our heads over the years. By the way, who do you think made the most credible Batman so far? I'm going with Christian Bale in the Dark Knight.
  17. The replacement should be someone quite a bit younger than Affleck. I'm thinking Richard Madden or possibly one of the older boys from Stranger Things.
  18. Warner Bros. is casting its new Batman film and it will have a new super hero. The film will focus on a young Bruce Wayne. Ben Affleck was set to star in the movie and to help write the film, but I don't believe he's involved at all anymore. I can't say I'm surprised as he seemed to flounder in the role in Batman v. Superman and Justice League. So now that Affleck is out, who do you think should take his place as the Caped Crusader?
  19. It's interesting to call the TV series as smaller stories. Marvel designed a separate universe for its TV series (the Marvel Netflix Universe, if I remember correctly), so I think they want to treat all their franchises equally. I wonder if that's the reason; we are too used to the format, so the dynamics don't surprise us anymore. DC, on the other hand, seems to give more plot and development to their TV series which we barely find in their movies.
  20. I don't know. Maybe you aren't particularly interested in the smaller screen characters/stories if they're not big productions like Iron Man? I personally love the smaller stories for seeing how the rest of the world handles the crazy crap that happens in the big movies.
  21. Now I wonder why the answer seems easy enough for both of you. Parts of Marvel's TV series that I have seen are visually interesting with a great cast and realistic themes compared to the movies. That usually helps to get viewers attached. Why do they fail to impress us?
  22. Oh right I watched Agent Carter too. I rather enjoyed Agent Carter, though I wish there had been more Howard Stark.
  23. Absolutely yes. Practically everyone knows Batman and so watching Gotham gives them the extra info the producers can't pack in 2-hour movies which helps to expand the universe with depth. This is the strength of TV series format. Despite some confusing parts, the fourth season ended on a high note for me. Marvel is a bit inconsistent with their TV series. Agents of SHIELD is okay, The Punisher is awesome, and some others which fail (Inhumans, Iron Fist, Agent Carter). I count more awesome movies than awesome TV series with Marvel.
  24. My opinion is incomplete due to still having not yet watched season 2 of Daredevil, any of Luke Cage, any of Punisher, any of Jessica Jones - I intend to watch them. I'll probably watch Inhumans too at some point just to see it. As it is, I HAVE watched Daredevil season 1, all of Marvels Agents of Shield (except a few recent episodes just in case it ties in to Infinity War since I haven't seen that yet), Arrow, Flash, and Gotham. At some point I intend to watch Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow, I just haven't yet (Except for the big cross-over stories) So, obviously when it comes to the movies, Marvel kicks DC's ass bad. Only a few DC movies have been really good - Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy is amazing, older Superman movies...but while I personally enjoyed Superman Returns, Man Of Steel, and Batman vs Superman, those films fell flat to most everyone else (I'm a giant mark for Superman so sue me) On TV though, DC has done a lot better. Gotham is a freakin brilliant prequel for Batman - Seriously, if you've not yet watched Gotham, DO IT. The series is coming to an end this year it would appear - Looks like we'll finish Season 4 and then get a half season for Season 5 and honestly that'll be perfect. You get to follow James Gordon as well as lots of notable villains, particularly Penguin and Riddler (main characters), as well as see the development of so many other villains, from Selena Kyle to Ivy to Joker to Scarecrowe to more, as well as watch young Bruce Wayne grow and see Alfred be pretty badass. Seriously, I can't say enough about how good this show is. Arrow and Flash are both excellent too. I think I've grown to like Flash slightly more, but they're both super good and differently toned from each other. Arrow is a little more dark and gritty, Flash is a little more bright and vibrant. Comparing the quality of those shows to the Marvel shows I've watched and honestly I'd call it even right now. Agents of Shield is really really good, I love how they tie it in with Marvel movies when it makes sense to do so (Captain America: Winter Soldier completely changed the series direction) and the stories/writing have been stellar. Daredevil Season 1 was really good too, I've been slowly catching up on shows and I'm sure I'll love Season 2 as well.
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