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The Fault in Our Stars
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(500) Days of Summer
#1 Comedy
Dark Knight trilogy
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Aliens
#1 Sci-Fi
A Nightmare on Elm Street
#1 Horror
The Fault in Our Stars
#1 Romance
The Nightmare Before Christmas
#1 Animated
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts 1 and 2
#1 Fantasy
Amelie
#1 Romantic Comedy
Ben Whishaw
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I realised something today. Aside from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (which I still need to see...I own it), I've seen EVERY Spider-Man film in theatres going back to the time I was twelve years old. Now that I think about it, Outside of X-Men, he was the only Marvel character I ever really cared about as a kid.
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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

I realised something today. Aside from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (which I still need to see...I own it), I've seen EVERY Spider-Man film in theatres going back to the time I was twelve years old. Now that I think about it, Outside of X-Men, he was the only Marvel character I ever really cared about as a kid.
Weapon X
Weapon X at 07:19 PM Jul 11

Same here, except I did see ASM2. The original Raimi Spider-Man came out the year I was nineteen. It blew my mind back then that a movie grossed over $100 million in a single weekend. Every X-Men movie too.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

I REALLY liked Spider-Man: Homecoming, but I didn't love it to be honest. First the good: Tom Holland was PERFECT. He came right off the comic book pages and he was the best Peter/Spider-Man we have had! The movie was well written with many funny lines and scenes. I found the characters super likable and the cast was great. Tom Holland was brilliant, Michael Keaton is the best Marvel villain since Loki, and Zendaya stole every scene (she has a very small role), while Marisa Tomei made for probably my favourite Aunt May yet (although Sally Field is right there with her). But I felt the movie played it a bit too safe. It follows the same Marvel formula which is getting a bit stale for me, and the action scenes didn't do much for me. I still had a good time. Verdict: 8/10
timmyd
timmyd at 08:27 PM Jul 12

loved Holland . loved Keaton . The Vulture just felt like another guy in a suit though , and the action WAS a tad underwhelming . I did have a great time , but it's far from the mega-hyped master work it's made out to be .

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 17 days ago

I would love to see Emma Stone play Spider-Gwen.
goNADSgo69 created a LIST: 17 days ago

Top 13 Live-Action Superhero Renditions

1. Gal Gadot - Diana Prince / Wonder Woman - Wonder Woman
2. Michelle Pfeiffer - Selina Kyle / Catwoman - Batman Returns
3. Christopher Reeve - Clark Kent / Superman - Superman series
4. Heath Ledger - The Joker - The Dark Knight
5. Margot Robbie - Harley Quinn - Suicide Squad
6. Christian Bale - Bruce Wayne / Batman - Dark Knight Trilogy
7. Robert Downey, Jr - Tony Stark / Iron Man - Iron Man trilogy, The Avengers, and...well all the Marvel movies
8. Hugh Jackman - Logan / Wolverine - X-Men and Wolverine franchises
9. Emma Stone - Gwen Stacy - The Amazing Spider-Man series
10. Helen Slater - Kara Danvers / Supergirl - Supergirl
11. Henry Cavill - Clark Kent / Superman - Man of Steel / Batman v Superman
12. Hayley Atwell - Peggy Carter - Captain America and Agent Carter
13. Grant Gustin - Barry Allen / The Flash - The Flash
14. Honourable Mentions:
15. Stephen Amell - Oliver Queen / Green Arrow - Arrow
16. Melissa Benoist - Kara Danvers / Supergirl - Supergirl
17. Chris Evans - Steve Rogers / Captain America - Captain America trilogy, The Avengers
18. Michael Fassbender - Erik / Magneto - X-Men series
19. Patrick Stewart - Charles Xavier - X-Men franchise
20. Jennifer Lawrence - Raven / Mystique - X-Men franchise
21. Michael Keaton - Bruce Wayne / Batman - Batman and Batman Returns
22. Amy Adams - Lois Lane - Man of Steel and Batman v Superman
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 21 days ago

Wow...just wow. While the villains were rather lackluster, LOGAN just left me so emotional. I've been following Hugh Jackman as Wolverine since the VERY first X-men film. I've saw that in theatres when I was such a small kid, so watching Logan, I wasn't expecting that ending. This is truly the end of an era, and Hugh Jackman should be nominated for an Oscar (along with Patrick Stewart). Masterpiece is the only word that comes to mind.
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 05:29 AM Jul 05

good movie

grelber37
grelber37 at 07:18 AM Jul 05

I thought that you might appreciate Logan significantly. 'Tis good that you got to see the movie.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 08:23 PM Jul 06

As good as this movie was for the Wolverine series....I agree, the villians were definitely bad.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 21 days ago

I am FINALLY watching Logan!
jeo4
jeo4 at 08:04 PM Jul 04

It's an awesome story. But that ending...bring your Kleenex.

sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 10:44 PM Jul 04

Great movie.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 08:05 PM Jul 06

the best of the Wolverine movies.

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goNADSgo69 created a LIST: 22 days ago

Top Thirteen Comic Book Characters

1. Harley Quinn - DC
2. Wonder Woman - DC
3. Midnighter - DC
4. Catwoman - DC
5. Batman - DC
6. Superman - DC
7. Nightwing - DC
8. Supergirl - DC
9. Spider-Man - Marvel
10. Wiccan and Hulkling - Marvel
11. Gwen Stacy / Spider Gwen - Marvel
12. The Joker - DC
13. Kevin Keller - Archie
14. Honourable Mentions: Apollo, Captain America, Gambit, John Constantine, North Star, Poison Ivy, Rogue, Mystique,
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 22 days ago

Who is your favourite superhero LOVE INTEREST (you can choose anyone from a movie, comic, or tv show)? Mine would be Peggy Carter, Gwen Stacy, and Steve Trevor!
XSsoCX
XSsoCX at 09:54 PM Jul 03

Death, Mera, Ramona Flowers and Selina Kyle.

cerealkiller182
cerealkiller182 at 10:37 PM Jul 03

Definitely Peggy, especially if exclusively movies

razgriz21
razgriz21 at 11:08 PM Jul 03

Daisy "Quake" Johnson, Wonder Woman, and Kitty Pryde.

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 24 days ago

I'm checking out GLOW, but everytime they call Alison Brie ugly, plain, or different looking, I can't help but think "Huh???"
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 24 days ago

Jane Levy as Batgirl? YES, MAKE THIS HAPPEN!
goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 27 days ago

While I still feel Superman is the BETTER movie, Man of Steel holds it's own. I hate to admit it, Superman also had some flaws (the original film totally skips a huge section of his life, such as his training, how he became Superman, and where he got the costume and whatnot, and the romance with Lois Lane wasn't developed enough, and the ending scene...).
Weapon X
Weapon X at 04:18 PM Jun 28

Donner's Superman is rightfully called a classic - and without it the whole landscape of superhero movies would be vastly different today - but I've never considered it some untouchable masterpiece. Even as a kid, I found parts unbearably cornball, and there are things I outright dislike about it, even where Christopher Reeve's performance was concerned (I NEVER was a fan of bumbling-doofus Clark Kent; there's mild-mannered and then there's just calling attention to yourself). I could honest to god watch Man of Steel and BvS about a dozen times each before I ever thought to revisit the '78 film.

BATeMAN
BATeMAN at 05:13 PM Jun 28

Dude, MOS is one the best Superhero films.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 27 days ago

I have to say Amy Adams is just PERFECT as Lois Lane. She actually feels like a brilliant journalist. As much as I love Margot Kidder as Lois, she never felt like a journalist. My feelings for Man of Steel has definitely gone up!
Weapon X
Weapon X at 04:19 PM Jun 28

Man of Steel instantly won me over the second Lois discovered what Clark was before he ever put on the uniform. Major checklist item fulfilled!

oscarxp25
oscarxp25 at 07:28 PM Jun 28

Loved adams are lois lane

WalkAway
WalkAway at 07:05 PM Jul 11

agreed!

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 27 days ago

I am re-watching Man of Steel, and I have to say, I'm REALLY loving it this watch. The only other time I saw it was when it first came out and I was disappointed. I still have some flaws though, mostly with the big finale, which is fun to watch, but if you think about all the debris and destruction, pretty much every character in Metropolis should have Cancer now. But there is a small sense of fun and wonder and Henry Cavill doesn't get enough credit for his brilliant work as Clark/Superman. I do have to say the movie is missing small moments of heroism (in the original, Reeves saved a cat from a tree for a little girl...moments like that would have been fantastic).
goNADSgo69
goNADSgo69 at 02:29 PM Jun 28

Oh and I don't like how they kill off Papa Kent! The tornado idea just doesn't work for me.

grelber37
grelber37 at 02:31 PM Jun 28

Man of Steel is exhilarating in all sorts of ways. It is a more fun movie than its reputation, IMO.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 04:28 PM Jun 28

The tornado scene and the aftermath of the schoolbus rescue in particular appear to be the starting points for the many dire misreadings MoS and its sequel have been subjected to. I was mildly confused by Pa Kent's exit myself the first time I saw it, but subsequent viewings have made it crystal clear - he knew Clark wasn't ready to be exposed to the world, and the whole "You're not my real dad!" argument in the car prior to the twister cements this. Kent gave up his life to give Clark more time to ready himself for the inevitable day the world would see him, a move that inspired him to travel the world and continue helping people. A number of thinkpieces have mistakenly labeled this a "selfish" moment, when really it showed Clark the power of self-sacrifice, something he'd take with him straight to the moment he ran the Kryptonite spear through Doomsday's chest.

goNADSgo69 created a LIST: about 1 month ago

Ranking the DCEU

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1. Wonder Woman (10/10) photo l41Yq5KYEmbxFaeVq_zpsdzhphtpw.gif
2. Suicide Squad (8/10) photo l41lPL0EF2uJgNsKk_zpspuy3iiid.gif
3. Man of Steel (7/10) photo 3ClSU1aTMnnOw_zpsi2mgopkg.gif
4. Batman v Superman - Ultimate Edition (7/10) photo xU67CtAMi8f5K_zpsugjc0fpp.gif

Based on a list by TreyTheMovieMan

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

While Superman is the BETTER movie, Superman II does some things better. The villains are better (and more threatening), the love story is better handled and Margot Kidder has a lot more to do this time around.
Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 10:32 PM Jun 15

Interesting view point.

goNADSgo69
goNADSgo69 at 11:45 PM Jun 15

Not that Lex is a bad villain in Superman, but it's hard to beat Zod and his cohorts!

Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 06:47 AM Jun 16

the superman movies are great

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