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Old 12-30-2012, 03:34 PM   #81
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I may be the only one then, I guess, who plans on parting with The Avengers and its counterparts.
Aside from Iron Man, I really have no desire to buy the other Marvel films that are coupled with The Avengers.

I've rented The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, and Captain America, and found that these films all have the same weakness. The first hour of each film is brilliant, with the origin story and character development, but each film becomes painfully boring during the second half when each story falters into forgettable villains, underwhelming CGI effects, and anticlimactic underwhelming conclusions. Even the first Iron Man film suffers similar problems to a lesser degree.

The Avengers impressed me when I saw it in the theater, because it was the first of these films that interested me all the way through, from beginning to end. It does not reinvent the wheel, but it's a great popcorn movie in my collection that I'll rewatch over and over.

The only superhero films in my collection at present are:
Iron Man, X-Men: First Class, The Avengers (Blu-ray)
Superman, Superman II, The Dark Knight (DVD)

I'm showing my age here, but Superman II is still my all-time favorite superhero movie. I really hope that the theatrical version of Superman II is released as a stand-alone Blu-ray at some point, because I will upgrade it in a second.

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DO you have pics of your collection? I mean damn you have almost 2000 blus. Thats insane. Alot of ppl on here have over a 1000 but i rarely see pics.
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DO you have pics of your collection? I mean damn you have almost 2000 blus. Thats insane. Alot of ppl on here have over a 1000 but i rarely see pics.
They seem to be shy many of those over a 1000
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They seem to be shy many of those over a 1000
How does one easily post pics on here? I've never tried before


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How does one easily post pics on here? I've never tried before


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Take a photo, upload it to your computer, use a photo website (Photobucket, Flickr,....or my favorite, Tinypic, because you don't need an account there), copy the image URL from your photo on that site, and use the image icon to post that URL here as an image.
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Take a photo, upload it to your computer, use a photo website (Photobucket, Flickr,....or my favorite, Tinypic, because you don't need an account there), copy the image URL from your photo on that site, and use the image icon to post that URL here as an image.
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