Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by RFX45, Feb 4, 2014.
Imagine if Gotham had gone with a tone similar to Daredevil. The show would have been amazing.
Passed episode five
no ninjas, fingers still crossed
Kingpin: great intro
Psylocke...oh wow brings back memories. And Olivia Munn of all people
I finished all 13 episodes of Daredevil last weekend and I have to agree with noob. In hindsight I think the show was okay. Not reading any reviews or previews prior, afterwards finding out that D'Onofrio is playing Kingpin made a lot more sense and made the experience more enjoyable.
I still like Flash a lot. I actually think it is better put together.
Gotham is pretty good regardless.
And in fairness, GOTHAM can't get away with too much unlike DD which has the freedom of being on a streaming service (read: 15+) as opposed to being on prime-time national TV.
About 8 episodes into DD at this point. I'm amazed at how good it's been. Not a single weak episode yet.
Looking forward to finishing the season up.
I am on episode 3. Do we still not get to see Jessica's tittahs?
It's rated 15+, dude. Not XXX...sadly..
Nah, Deborah Ann Woll has a lifetime contract of not showing her nips, just to cocktease the hell out of everyone.
Excited for Ultron
How would you all rank the 10 MCU films so far?
Was Googling around and found this list. Not sure I agree with ranking IM2 last. http://www.hitfix.com/awards-campai...alaxy-ranking-marvel-studios-10-films-to-date
Here's my list
3. Winter Soldier
5. Captain America 1
8. Thor 1
9. Incredible Hulk
10. Dark World
Wait, wait, wait. Mathew Vaughan's X-Men movies were about the best you could ever hope for. Those would definitely be in the top five for me.
Guardians, I felt, was an inspired choice from Marvel's available titles, and the way they fleshed out the characters was amazing (even if Ronan was originally a good guy ) Winter Soldiers was surprisingly classy and adult, and Avengers should get a medal just for maintaining a consistent tone with so many franchises in the mix.
The only ones that left me underwhelmed were the Spider-Man and Iron Man series. All felt kinda pointless.
(Maybe I'm misunderstanding the current def of MCU, though, 'cause there's way more than ten).
MCU = films, shows made by Marvel Studios
All the XMen movies are Fox
Spidey movies are Sony
My top MCU list changes from time to time but the top 3 remains consistent:
3. Winter Soldier
ridiculously late to all this but i just saw joss whedon's serenity, which i really enjoyed... so i need to watch firefly now, right? does it live up to the movie?
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