Highlights Of Seeing X-Men Origins: Wolverine (SPOILERS)

Posted by jakob187 (21671 posts) -

This will be presented in bullet form, and hopefully I can keep things short and concise:

  • Awesome trailer for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  • Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

That's about it.  Now, in all seriousness, another set of bulleted stuff to point out why this movie is not only a travesty, but it's a fucking injustice!
  • Wolverine and Sabretooth are brothers.  This is absolute horseshit.  Even then...the way they go about this at the beginning of the movie is an even bigger load of horseshit.
  • Silver Fox's role in things:  completely overplayed and overdone.
  • Deadpool:  Ryan Reynolds was perfect for the role...and he's only in the movie for a total of 5-7 fucking minutes!!!  It's a goddamn shame!!!  Well, take that back - he happens to be Weapon XI, who is the big fight sequence at the end.
  • Weapon XI:  Deadpool should NOT be Weapon XI!!!  NO!!!  Since they cut out all of Wolverine's Japan origins (but see the Easter Egg endings bullet for a little tip), he never had a wife and son apparently.  His son, Daken, is turned into Weapon XI.  To top it off...there was no Muramasa blade mentioned (which is the only blade that can decapitate and "kill" Wolverine).  Instead, they just lead you to believe that adamantium can go through adamantium.
  • Wolverine has his memories erased by being shot twice in the head with adamantium bullets.
  • Gambit:  *ugh*  While my friend was going ga-ga over him, I couldn't help but sit there and say "why does he sound like a retard trying to do a southern accent?".  That's when I realized that it was a lame attempt at a Cajun accent.  My friend then got thoroughly pissed by the end of the movie because he never said "au cher", his catch phrase.  She threatened to burn the theatre to the ground because of it.  This is on top of the fact that the movie makes it look like Wolverine and Gambit knew each other at least decently before he loses his memory.
  • Weapon X Facility:  First off, no...it wasn't at Alkali Lake.  That really cheesed me off.  Here's what makes it worse:  this movie makes it out like Stryker had, at some point, captured most of the X-Men (Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Iceman, etc) when they were children to fuse all of their powers to Weapon XI.  That's not all, because it gets worse than that:  Professor X shows up after Emma Frost escorts them out of the base so he can take them all to the Academy.  *ugh*  What a headache...
  • The Easter Egg endings:  The one that I saw was Stryker walking down the road after Silver Fox told him to walk until his feet bled...and then keep walking.  It was lame as shit.  The other ones include:  Weapon XI finding his decapitated head through the rubble and making a hushing sound at the audience, and Wolverine drinking in a bar in Japan.  Now, the first one was just dumb.  The second one...eh.  The third one leads me to believe that they are trying to acknowledge Wolverine's time in Japan...but regardless, they already fucked up the order of things.
  • Spectre:  Will.I.Am was great in the role.  Problem is, they didn't offer much development for him.
  • The Blob:  The dood that played him was hilarious and excellent for the part...but again, underdeveloped.
  • I understand that this movie is called WOLVERINE...but don't underdevelop those two characters when they are shining.

Now that I'm done ripping apart only a handful of the massive inaccuracies that destroy the story - HOW WAS THE M-O-V-I-E?  Well, not much better.
  • The CGI was HORRIBLE!  There's one part where Wolverine is in a bathroom with his claws, and they looked TERRIBLE!  They actually looked better in the FIRST movie!!!
  • So many movie cliches, cheesy dialogue, and poor acting quality from most actors.  Given that Ryan Reynolds is no stranger to comic movies, as well as a proclaimed hardcore Deadpool fan, he did a great job of keeping the sarcasm and humor dry as Hell.  Great job, and it makes me hope they'll forego the bullshit with Weapon XI and just make a Deadpool movie.  Nonetheless, outside of the guy that played The Blob and Will.I.Am, everything was swirling down the drain.  I blame the script more than anything, because even Danny Huston...who is a SUPERB actor (see 30 Days of Night)...was just wretched in the role.
  • The action sequences looked well-orchestrated and choreographed, but the editing was atrocious!!!  Too much quick cutting leading into unnecessary expositions leading into quick cutting nonsense.
  • The dramatic scenes stunk to high Heaven with overacting.  I've seen better drama on General Hospital, and that's nothing BUT overacting!!!  At one point, Wolverine pulls out a roar while holding Silver Fox in his arms that you saw Brando do better in Streetcar.  It was horrific.  Simply horrific.
  • The story - outside of all inaccuracies - could've worked well for the flick.  The problem is that things started off kind of smooth and moving along, but eventually, everything goes completely batshit nuts out the wazoo.  This eventually leads into too many plot twists at once, and in the earlier stages, characters being completely forgettable (I shit you not, I JUST remembered Dominic Monaghan being in the movie while I was writing this bullet out!).

Overall, the movie...just...flat-out...sucks.  It's no good.  It's washed-up.  X-Men III: The Last Stand deserves a goddamn Oscar compared to this filth.  I've never been a fan of Wolverine personally (as I consider him one of the two worst superheroes ever, only being outdone by the legendary cop-out named Superman).  Nonetheless, I somehow feel bad for him right now.  Dare I say it?  Yeah, I think I need to:

Maybe Uwe Boll could've done a better job.
#1 Edited by jakob187 (21671 posts) -

This will be presented in bullet form, and hopefully I can keep things short and concise:

  • Awesome trailer for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  • Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

That's about it.  Now, in all seriousness, another set of bulleted stuff to point out why this movie is not only a travesty, but it's a fucking injustice!
  • Wolverine and Sabretooth are brothers.  This is absolute horseshit.  Even then...the way they go about this at the beginning of the movie is an even bigger load of horseshit.
  • Silver Fox's role in things:  completely overplayed and overdone.
  • Deadpool:  Ryan Reynolds was perfect for the role...and he's only in the movie for a total of 5-7 fucking minutes!!!  It's a goddamn shame!!!  Well, take that back - he happens to be Weapon XI, who is the big fight sequence at the end.
  • Weapon XI:  Deadpool should NOT be Weapon XI!!!  NO!!!  Since they cut out all of Wolverine's Japan origins (but see the Easter Egg endings bullet for a little tip), he never had a wife and son apparently.  His son, Daken, is turned into Weapon XI.  To top it off...there was no Muramasa blade mentioned (which is the only blade that can decapitate and "kill" Wolverine).  Instead, they just lead you to believe that adamantium can go through adamantium.
  • Wolverine has his memories erased by being shot twice in the head with adamantium bullets.
  • Gambit:  *ugh*  While my friend was going ga-ga over him, I couldn't help but sit there and say "why does he sound like a retard trying to do a southern accent?".  That's when I realized that it was a lame attempt at a Cajun accent.  My friend then got thoroughly pissed by the end of the movie because he never said "au cher", his catch phrase.  She threatened to burn the theatre to the ground because of it.  This is on top of the fact that the movie makes it look like Wolverine and Gambit knew each other at least decently before he loses his memory.
  • Weapon X Facility:  First off, no...it wasn't at Alkali Lake.  That really cheesed me off.  Here's what makes it worse:  this movie makes it out like Stryker had, at some point, captured most of the X-Men (Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Iceman, etc) when they were children to fuse all of their powers to Weapon XI.  That's not all, because it gets worse than that:  Professor X shows up after Emma Frost escorts them out of the base so he can take them all to the Academy.  *ugh*  What a headache...
  • The Easter Egg endings:  The one that I saw was Stryker walking down the road after Silver Fox told him to walk until his feet bled...and then keep walking.  It was lame as shit.  The other ones include:  Weapon XI finding his decapitated head through the rubble and making a hushing sound at the audience, and Wolverine drinking in a bar in Japan.  Now, the first one was just dumb.  The second one...eh.  The third one leads me to believe that they are trying to acknowledge Wolverine's time in Japan...but regardless, they already fucked up the order of things.
  • Spectre:  Will.I.Am was great in the role.  Problem is, they didn't offer much development for him.
  • The Blob:  The dood that played him was hilarious and excellent for the part...but again, underdeveloped.
  • I understand that this movie is called WOLVERINE...but don't underdevelop those two characters when they are shining.

Now that I'm done ripping apart only a handful of the massive inaccuracies that destroy the story - HOW WAS THE M-O-V-I-E?  Well, not much better.
  • The CGI was HORRIBLE!  There's one part where Wolverine is in a bathroom with his claws, and they looked TERRIBLE!  They actually looked better in the FIRST movie!!!
  • So many movie cliches, cheesy dialogue, and poor acting quality from most actors.  Given that Ryan Reynolds is no stranger to comic movies, as well as a proclaimed hardcore Deadpool fan, he did a great job of keeping the sarcasm and humor dry as Hell.  Great job, and it makes me hope they'll forego the bullshit with Weapon XI and just make a Deadpool movie.  Nonetheless, outside of the guy that played The Blob and Will.I.Am, everything was swirling down the drain.  I blame the script more than anything, because even Danny Huston...who is a SUPERB actor (see 30 Days of Night)...was just wretched in the role.
  • The action sequences looked well-orchestrated and choreographed, but the editing was atrocious!!!  Too much quick cutting leading into unnecessary expositions leading into quick cutting nonsense.
  • The dramatic scenes stunk to high Heaven with overacting.  I've seen better drama on General Hospital, and that's nothing BUT overacting!!!  At one point, Wolverine pulls out a roar while holding Silver Fox in his arms that you saw Brando do better in Streetcar.  It was horrific.  Simply horrific.
  • The story - outside of all inaccuracies - could've worked well for the flick.  The problem is that things started off kind of smooth and moving along, but eventually, everything goes completely batshit nuts out the wazoo.  This eventually leads into too many plot twists at once, and in the earlier stages, characters being completely forgettable (I shit you not, I JUST remembered Dominic Monaghan being in the movie while I was writing this bullet out!).

Overall, the movie...just...flat-out...sucks.  It's no good.  It's washed-up.  X-Men III: The Last Stand deserves a goddamn Oscar compared to this filth.  I've never been a fan of Wolverine personally (as I consider him one of the two worst superheroes ever, only being outdone by the legendary cop-out named Superman).  Nonetheless, I somehow feel bad for him right now.  Dare I say it?  Yeah, I think I need to:

Maybe Uwe Boll could've done a better job.
#2 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

I think I agree with everything posted here besides for liking Will.i.am as I thought he was hilariously out of place in every single scene. I don't think i've been that disappointed by a film in a long time. One thing which especially pissed me off was how they faked Wolverine's wfie's death. In the flash back, is says they just used some kind of chemical and then Sabretooth is shown basically spraying her with blood. Now, Wolverine has been in fucking wars and has all his animal sense and yet he doesn't even detect the blood is fake and there isn't a single wound on her body? It makes Logan seem like the stupidest person ever.

#3 Edited by HykCraft (34 posts) -
jakob187 said:
"This will be presented in bullet form, and hopefully I can keep things short and concise:
  • Awesome trailer for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  • Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool

That's about it.  Now, in all seriousness, another set of bulleted stuff to point out why this movie is not only a travesty, but it's a fucking injustice!
  • Wolverine and Sabretooth are brothers.  This is absolute horseshit.  Even then...the way they go about this at the beginning of the movie is an even bigger load of horseshit.
  • Silver Fox's role in things:  completely overplayed and overdone.
  • Deadpool:  Ryan Reynolds was perfect for the role...and he's only in the movie for a total of 5-7 fucking minutes!!!  It's a goddamn shame!!!  Well, take that back - he happens to be Weapon XI, who is the big fight sequence at the end.
  • Weapon XI:  Deadpool should NOT be Weapon XI!!!  NO!!!  Since they cut out all of Wolverine's Japan origins (but see the Easter Egg endings bullet for a little tip), he never had a wife and son apparently.  His son, Daken, is turned into Weapon XI.  To top it off...there was no Muramasa blade mentioned (which is the only blade that can decapitate and "kill" Wolverine).  Instead, they just lead you to believe that adamantium can go through adamantium.
  • Wolverine has his memories erased by being shot twice in the head with adamantium bullets.
  • Gambit:  *ugh*  While my friend was going ga-ga over him, I couldn't help but sit there and say "why does he sound like a retard trying to do a southern accent?".  That's when I realized that it was a lame attempt at a Cajun accent.  My friend then got thoroughly pissed by the end of the movie because he never said "au cher", his catch phrase.  She threatened to burn the theatre to the ground because of it.  This is on top of the fact that the movie makes it look like Wolverine and Gambit knew each other at least decently before he loses his memory.
  • Weapon X Facility:  First off, no...it wasn't at Alkali Lake.  That really cheesed me off.  Here's what makes it worse:  this movie makes it out like Stryker had, at some point, captured most of the X-Men (Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Iceman, etc) when they were children to fuse all of their powers to Weapon XI.  That's not all, because it gets worse than that:  Professor X shows up after Emma Frost escorts them out of the base so he can take them all to the Academy.  *ugh*  What a headache...
  • The Easter Egg endings:  The one that I saw was Stryker walking down the road after Silver Fox told him to walk until his feet bled...and then keep walking.  It was lame as shit.  The other ones include:  Weapon XI finding his decapitated head through the rubble and making a hushing sound at the audience, and Wolverine drinking in a bar in Japan.  Now, the first one was just dumb.  The second one...eh.  The third one leads me to believe that they are trying to acknowledge Wolverine's time in Japan...but regardless, they already fucked up the order of things.
  • Spectre:  Will.I.Am was great in the role.  Problem is, they didn't offer much development for him.
  • The Blob:  The dood that played him was hilarious and excellent for the part...but again, underdeveloped.
  • I understand that this movie is called WOLVERINE...but don't underdevelop those two characters when they are shining.

Now that I'm done ripping apart only a handful of the massive inaccuracies that destroy the story - HOW WAS THE M-O-V-I-E?  Well, not much better.
  • The CGI was HORRIBLE!  There's one part where Wolverine is in a bathroom with his claws, and they looked TERRIBLE!  They actually looked better in the FIRST movie!!!
  • So many movie cliches, cheesy dialogue, and poor acting quality from most actors.  Given that Ryan Reynolds is no stranger to comic movies, as well as a proclaimed hardcore Deadpool fan, he did a great job of keeping the sarcasm and humor dry as Hell.  Great job, and it makes me hope they'll forego the bullshit with Weapon XI and just make a Deadpool movie.  Nonetheless, outside of the guy that played The Blob and Will.I.Am, everything was swirling down the drain.  I blame the script more than anything, because even Danny Huston...who is a SUPERB actor (see 30 Days of Night)...was just wretched in the role.
  • The action sequences looked well-orchestrated and choreographed, but the editing was atrocious!!!  Too much quick cutting leading into unnecessary expositions leading into quick cutting nonsense.
  • The dramatic scenes stunk to high Heaven with overacting.  I've seen better drama on General Hospital, and that's nothing BUT overacting!!!  At one point, Wolverine pulls out a roar while holding Silver Fox in his arms that you saw Brando do better in Streetcar.  It was horrific.  Simply horrific.
  • The story - outside of all inaccuracies - could've worked well for the flick.  The problem is that things started off kind of smooth and moving along, but eventually, everything goes completely batshit nuts out the wazoo.  This eventually leads into too many plot twists at once, and in the earlier stages, characters being completely forgettable (I shit you not, I JUST remembered Dominic Monaghan being in the movie while I was writing this bullet out!).

Overall, the movie...just...flat-out...sucks.  It's no good.  It's washed-up.  X-Men III: The Last Stand deserves a goddamn Oscar compared to this filth.  I've never been a fan of Wolverine personally (as I consider him one of the two worst superheroes ever, only being outdone by the legendary cop-out named Superman).  Nonetheless, I somehow feel bad for him right now.  Dare I say it?  Yeah, I think I need to:

Maybe Uwe Boll could've done a better job.
"

Obviously... you never read the origin story of Wolverine that was portrayed in the 6 part series. This is where the movie is coming from. All that stays true. Then, they take the other characters origins and tie them together. You obviously know it's not going to be exact. It's a frickin' movie. Calm down.

You also keep saying how "lame" everything is... with no explaination behind it. And some of your fact-checking is wrong. Go back and do a bit more research... and I'm sorry... Wikipedia is not considered a source.
#4 Posted by tekmojo (2302 posts) -

I agree with most of points you've made, but then again it's Hollywood so I was expecting fragments in the character development. Everything you ever knew about the marvel characters involved in this movie was destined to be turned upside down. It's a shame I know. Positives for me were some cool fight scenes and the beginning credits walktrhough.

#5 Posted by jakob187 (21671 posts) -

I remember the Origin series.  I have them sitting on my bookshelf at home.


@HandsomeDead:  I thought the same thing, as well as my friend.  This is a motherfucker THAT KILLED DEATH!  How the FUCK does he not know that?  Hell, he didn't even look for puncture marks on her clothes!!!

Also, is it just me...or is it funny that Danny Huston constantly talks about how Wolverine is "indestructable", then tries to have everyone decapitate him with lame weaponry?


#6 Posted by Claude (16254 posts) -

Sounds like a good review. My nephew just saw it yesterday and said. "Wait until it's free."

#7 Edited by jakob187 (21671 posts) -
tekmojo said:
"I agree with most of points you've made, but then again it's Hollywood so I was expecting fragments in the character development. Everything you ever knew about the marvel characters involved in this movie was destined to be turned upside down. It's a shame I know. Positives for me were some cool fight scenes and the beginning credits walktrhough."
Even the beginning credits walkthrough was on cheese-factor-alert-RED!  It was easy to tell the difference between set and location shoots in this entire flick, thanks to bad CGI work and an obvious lack of skills in designing the sets.  I'm not saying that I could've done any better, and by all means...all of the X-Men movies have this type of thing happening in plenty of points (Alkali Lake EASILY comes to mind).  Nonetheless, Hellboy did a better job of blending set with location and vice versa as well as blending in CGI...and they did it terribly too!!!  The WAY it was done was pretty neat, with the still frames hitting with cast names and such...but it just wasn't enough.

Also, I know that it's Hollywood and they are going to butcher the story.  Look at X2.  They killed the Phoenix Saga!  NONETHELESS, the way they went about it all in X2 was very well-played.  In X3, however, it all went to absolute SHIT!

My big issue is that this movie ABSOLUTELY felt like a cash-in opportunity on Wolverine's name rather than a film.  When you have someone as a main character whose origins are probably the most famous of ANY character in the comic book universe (only because they remained hidden for so damn long)...you would expect that SOMEONE would jump in (even MARVEL, for fuck's sake) and say "WHOA WHOA WHOA, what the FUCK are you doing?!".
#8 Posted by Hamz (6846 posts) -

After seeing one of the trailers for this film a few weeks ago where it name-dropped a lot of the leading and side characters in it. I got the impression they really just thought "Ok, lets put as many well known Xmen / Mutant characters into this film as possible and not care about continuity or any form of logical progression".

The story seemed bad. Even as a film, ignoring the fact it is based on a mass of comic book lore, its story was not good. General feeling seemed to be as I mentioned above they wanted to include far too many well known characters but didn't know how to combine them all to the plot in a logical format. It just felt like a roller coaster as things went up and down and up and down again. Just as you thought it was picking up it would suddenly drop to even lower depths.

SPOILERS BELOW! SPOILERS BELOW!





There is an ending to the film where a mysterious figure walks through the rubble and picks up Weapon XI's head and says "Who are you supposed to be?" and as the camera pans away we get to see it is Ryan Reynolds / Deadpool who is holding the head. So perhaps there is hope for something good to come from this shambolic film.

#9 Posted by jakob187 (21671 posts) -
Hamz said:
"SPOILERS BELOW! SPOILERS BELOW!
There is an ending to the film where a mysterious figure walks through the rubble and picks up Weapon XI's head and says "Who are you supposed to be?" and as the camera pans away we get to see it is Ryan Reynolds / Deadpool who is holding the head. So perhaps there is hope for something good to come from this shambolic film."
O . O  I hadn't heard about that ending yet.  Are you for reals?  I knew about the one where the head was on the ground and they break the fourth wall, which is typical of Deadpool comics.  However, the one you mention would mean that Weapon XI could've very well been either a clone or it could've been Stryker's son.
#10 Posted by Hamz (6846 posts) -
jakob187 said:
"O . O  I hadn't heard about that ending yet.  Are you for reals?  I knew about the one where the head was on the ground and they break the fourth wall, which is typical of Deadpool comics.  However, the one you mention would mean that Weapon XI could've very well been either a clone or it could've been Stryker's son."
I didn't get that ending when I saw the film. I got the "Shhh" one if you catch my drift. But I have heard people say the one I described above is in there somewhere. Whether it is true or not I'm unable to say having not witnessed it myself. But I swear to god if it is a lie I shall murder some nerdy teenage kid butchering Wikipedia's article and spreading lies over the internet about it!

That being said a Deadpool film would never work out. Never.
#11 Edited by jakob187 (21671 posts) -

Well, I'm trying to hunt them down online, but from what I'm hearing, the Stryker thing is actually on the work print of the film...which means EVERYONE will see that.  The real ending, apparently...I missed.  You have to go ALL THE WAY through the credits for the secret ending (ala Iron Man).


Nonetheless, I'm reading that there are only two endings:  Wolverine in Japan and the Weapon XI one FEATURING Deadpool?  I don't know.

Fucking internet...
#12 Posted by IVIorpheus (206 posts) -

The yelling at the sky is what did it for me. After the first incident I knew the movie would be atrocious, but I did like Liev Schreiber's portrayel of Sabretooth. I thought he got that part across fairly well....

#13 Posted by zityz (2360 posts) -

You know...to be fully honest. The whole reason I DON'T want to see the movie is BECAUSE Ryan Renolds is Deadpool. Just can't picture it. Unless he has the mask on the entire time, which I doubt he even has a mask on in the first place. The thought still bugs me.

I also want a deadpool movie, cause he's my favorite comicbook guy.

#14 Posted by ArbitraryWater (11739 posts) -

Well, it was the same guy who did the extremely terrible and disappointing X-Men 3, so hearing that Wolverine is garbage is unsurprising.

#15 Posted by jakob187 (21671 posts) -
zityz said:
"You know...to be fully honest. The whole reason I DON'T want to see the movie is BECAUSE Ryan Renolds is Deadpool. Just can't picture it. Unless he has the mask on the entire time, which I doubt he even has a mask on in the first place. The thought still bugs me.I also want a deadpool movie, cause he's my favorite comicbook guy."
Ryan Reynolds was perfect as Deadpool, and given that he is a huge DP fan in real life, it seemed to help a ton.

ArbitraryWater said:
"Well, it was the same guy who did the extremely terrible and disappointing X-Men 3, so hearing that Wolverine is garbage is unsurprising. "
NOPE!  Brett Ratner wasn't even close to this one.  This was directed by Gavin Hood, who did the horrible film Rendition.
#16 Posted by AgentJ (8778 posts) -

I wish Fox could be banned from doing Marvel movies (scratch that: all comic book movies) and just hand all of those properties to Marvel Studios. They actually take care of their characters.

#17 Posted by ArbitraryWater (11739 posts) -
jakob187 said:
ArbitraryWater said:
"Well, it was the same guy who did the extremely terrible and disappointing X-Men 3, so hearing that Wolverine is garbage is unsurprising. "
NOPE!  Brett Ratner wasn't even close to this one.  This was directed by Gavin Hood, who did the horrible film Rendition.
"
Oh. Dang. Well, I guess that's what I get for going off information that I can't source. Nonetheless, the director is still not the guy who did the first two (Brian Singer?), after which he made the somewhat bad Superman Returns and the somewhat ok Valkyrie. But, X-Men Origins is still crap, and that's what counts.
#18 Posted by MB (12416 posts) -

You seriously liked Ryan Reynolds? I thought Mary Kate Olsen would have made a funnier and much more badass Deadpool.

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#19 Edited by Jayge_ (10221 posts) -

The guy at the snack bar was telling me about the endings tonight and I was like "what... the fuck?" Unfortunately, I only saw the Japan one, where he apparently speaks one word of Japanese while the waitress magically becomes bi-lingual.


And I might just be confused from fatigue, but I could swear on a $50 bill right now that the entire timeline went off and fucked itself royally in the ass between the Vietnam near-rape, the firing squad, and Stryker's appearance. Were those scratches in the wall supposed to denote the amount of years they had spent in the cell? If so, why did Stryker explicitly refer to the firing squad as though it were recent? They totally fucked up that part. I was the only person who noticed it until I pointed it out to my friends.

Edit: I loved Ryan Reynolds though, just because I've never not liked Ryan Reynolds... he's just too Ryan Reynolds :-/ also, although I didn't state it, your entire list sums up my feelings so perfectly it's not even funny Jakob.
#20 Posted by akskiller (72 posts) -

The movie was fucking awesome and way better than the previous ones.

#21 Edited by JJWeatherman (14558 posts) -

I can see why you said everything you said. But when do you just have to sit back, relax and not worry so much about the story and such in a movie? I think if you can't enjoy a comic book movie purely based on the action then... well i don't know where I'm going with that but all I'm saying is you really can't expect a whole lot more than a good time out of movies like this.

#22 Posted by Rudigher (24 posts) -

Uwe Boll? Ouch! I agree that the movie was horrible (a freaking katana blade comes out of his hand! where the hell did that come from?!), but Uwe Boll doesn't make movies; he makes crimes against humanity.

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