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post #211 of 218
Good movie. Glad I watched this and not Green Lantern (based on reviews).

I would love to know where all those awesome shawl collar cardigans came from.
post #212 of 218
Was this not posted yet?

http://www.esquire.com/blogs/mens-fa...stumes-5847351
post #213 of 218
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
Good movie. Glad I watched this and not Green Lantern (based on reviews).

I would love to know where all those awesome shawl collar cardigans came from.

Oh God, Green Lantern was literally one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It was even worse than the trailer, which is a pretty massive feat
post #214 of 218
I just saw X Men First Class and have one question. Where was Stan Lee, did I blink and miss him? Or now since Disney took over is he written out of guest appearing?
post #215 of 218
see, i told you guiz that January Jones wouldn't be a good Emma Frost...we need a sexy badass, not Betty Draper
post #216 of 218
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Originally Posted by Geoffrey Firmin View Post
I just saw X Men First Class and have one question. Where was Stan Lee, did I blink and miss him? Or now since Disney took over is he written out of guest appearing?

I don't think he was. I remember reading a while back that he would not be. I do remember him in Thor though.
post #217 of 218
Alright, so I know I'm super late to the party but I found it up online this morning so I had to download and watch it for myself. Most of you guys have already mentioned all your gripes, praises, etc., so this will be purely random thoughts:

- Six year old Raven was adorable.
- January Jones was miscast but one scene where I totally bought her as Emma Frost was when she telepathically effed the Russian military guy (..kind of like she did with Cyclops in the comics).
- It's amusing how Hank was able to build Cerebro and the Blackbird but his serum was such an epic fail.
- I liked how Magneto clung onto Charles as the aforementioned jet spiralled out of control. It's the little things.
- As great as she is, I really, really hope Jennifer Lawrence loses some pounds.

I really liked it. Much better than Wolverine: Origins. Hmm, which isn't saying much so I will say it might be on par with the first X-Men if it had cut out the corny characters.
post #218 of 218
This was more enjoyable than I would have thought. One of the best in that series.
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