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post #151 of 218
Saw it yesterday as well and enjoyed it much more than I thought I would. I liked McAvoy and Fassbender as casting choices and they developed much more chemistry than I expected. All in all it was better than I had hoped.
post #152 of 218
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I watched it yesterday.
The movie should have been called Erik: first class.
Magneto is a badass with a deep story. We understand now why he's so awesome.
The way he destroyed order following human is both sad and great.

I wiould have prefered this movie. Not that I didn't like it, but I could have done without January Jones, any of the flying characters, and Havok. Would have been better if they cut some of the fat from the story and focused more on Erik/Xavier (who were the best parts of the movie).
post #153 of 218
Sure, the flying characters are LAME. it was fun to watch Xavier's pick up routine..
post #154 of 218
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Alot of continuity errors in the movie. Xavier is shown walking in the other x-men and in Wolverine in a flash back/in the 80s time line) Emma Frost is going through a Benjamin Button thing (In Wolverine she was a Kid).

IIRC, this is suppose to be a somewhat of a reboot. I might bethinking of another movie though but that would sure help explain the inconsistencies.

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

When Charles used Cerebro to look for mutants, they showed Scott as practically the same age (or just a couple of years younger) he was in the Wolverine movie.
post #155 of 218
Awesome movie. The flying characters looked dorky, though. Magneto was so badass!
post #156 of 218
How did Jennifer Lawrence's butt look in this movie? Delicious, I hope?
post #157 of 218
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Not a butt shot but pic might still be worth posting for some.
post #158 of 218
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Not a butt shot but pic might still be worth posting for some.
She is so sexy that I want to stick my hard penis into her soft vagina. She has such a wonderful baby-birthin' figure. You just know she is capable of birthing some big, strong heirs to my fortune.
post #159 of 218
I liked everything that had to do with Charlie and Eric. Everything else kind of blew. The bromance was nailed. I was ready for them to start kissing. Made me warm and cuddly feeling after the bit with the giant dish.
post #160 of 218
Just finished seeing it. I'll be honest, I didn't have much hopes going into it, but I actually enjoyed it a lot more. Magneto was definitely my favorite in it, a serious bad ass. The Charles/Erik friendship was done very well. Loved Rose Byrne's first scene
post #161 of 218
really enjoyed it.
not perfect, but very solid.
post #162 of 218
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Forgot to mention that is SF related, Fassbender/Erik/Magneto was stylin in this movie.

Agreed. He looked great. Charles has a shawl sweater on for a goo.d portion of the movie that looked pretty good too
post #163 of 218
Saw it last night and very much enjoyed it.
post #164 of 218
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Saw it yesterday as well and enjoyed it much more than I thought I would. I liked McAvoy and Fassbender as casting choices and they developed much more chemistry than I expected. All in all it was better than I had hoped.

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Awesome movie. The flying characters looked dorky, though. Magneto was so badass!

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Just finished seeing it. I'll be honest, I didn't have much hopes going into it, but I actually enjoyed it a lot more. Magneto was definitely my favorite in it, a serious bad ass. The Charles/Erik friendship was done very well. Loved Rose Byrne's first scene

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really enjoyed it.
not perfect, but very solid.

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Saw it last night and very much enjoyed it.

All of this.
Easily one of Marvel's best films.
(Yeah, I know that's not saying much.)
post #165 of 218
I really disliked the film. I was extremely hyped for it and it was way below my expectations. I wanted more Xavier/Erik and less everything else.

Also I laughed really hard when shaw said humans would enslave mutants, and it cut to Darwin.

Shame because i really loved Kickass and Layer Cake.
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