Nöwheremän
(15000+ posts)
Wed Feb 19 2014 11:26 AM
Guardians of the galaxy trailer



the G-man
(15000+ posts)
Wed Feb 19 2014 08:46 PM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy trailer

Kind of funny in spots.

Stupid Doog
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Sat Feb 22 2014 02:27 PM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy trailer

Oh. My. God.

Fuck yes! \:lol\:


Pariah
(15000+ posts)
Sat Feb 22 2014 08:11 PM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy trailer

That looks really stupid.

Im Not Mister Mxyzptlk
(15000+ posts)
Wed Feb 26 2014 02:12 AM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy trailer

Episode VII is gonna rock.

the G-man
(15000+ posts)
Mon Apr 17 2017 10:41 AM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy Vol 2 trailer



Wonder Boy
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Tue Apr 18 2017 03:50 PM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy Vol 2 trailer




I have an aversion to most comic book adaptation movies.

But I watched the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie on cable about a year ago and loved it. It was a heck of a lot of fun. Satisfying not only for the humor, but also for all the great SF visuals, and for the 1970's nostalgic music.
I liked it enough to DVD record it and watch it again. Hope the second is as enjoyable.


K-nutreturns
(10000+ posts)
Tue May 02 2017 06:53 PM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy Vol 2 trailer

Wondy liking something that's cool is like your parents learning to use text messages. It just instantly makes things uncool

Wonder Boy
(15000+ posts)
Tue May 02 2017 11:23 PM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy Vol 2 trailer

I also enjoyed Sin City, 300, Hellboy and Hellboy II, The Golden Army.
And Man of Steel.

Feel free to add those to your uncool list.


K-nutreturns
(10000+ posts)
Fri May 05 2017 11:11 AM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy Vol 2 trailer

Outside of sin city and 300 they already were

the G-man
(15000+ posts)
Sat May 06 2017 11:58 AM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy Vol 2 trailer

MoS sucked ass but the Hellboy movies rocked

Wonder Boy
(15000+ posts)
Sun May 07 2017 01:07 AM
Re: Guardians of the galaxy Vol 2 trailer



The part I loved in Man of Steel was the visual effects in the first 30 minutes or so, of the city and technology on Krypton. Everything gray and shaped by magnetic energy, and kind of a vision of the future as was seen in many 1930's films. I also liked Jor-El played by Russell Crowe. Those were the parts that stood out for me.

I didn't mention it before, but the 300: Rise of an Empire sequel was also good.