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jfdavis 1/4/2010 12:43:29 PM

I saw the Cap movie on Hulu and actually watched it again. Given that the experiment was forced on him as a boy, having Skull not be German makes sense but it's still wrong.  Macking on your old girlfriend's daughter seems wrong to me somehow. (Your old girlfriend's niece is perfectly acceptable though...) Also, given he was just frozen in Alaskan tundra instead of a floating iceberg begs the question why no one found him in 50 years...

These are questions, particularly the last one, I hope the new film answers...

raynardmuldrake 1/4/2010 3:19:56 PM

Well...the 90's Captain America movie was NOT as bad as that Crappy Justice League live action movie they made..but it was close! I actually bought that off ebay for a couple bucks just out of curiosity. DAMN my curiosity.

AFWICK14 1/4/2010 3:28:27 PM

Yeah they man own those companies, but did the Magic kingdom logo show on them?  I don't know, I am just asking.  However, still feel properties such as Punisher ( I know it will be given a rest, just an example) not doing well, that is my concern.  What if they decided to do a movie trilogy based on " The Fall of the mutants, Infernio, or even Civil War.  I am just saying, I see the action and effects looking good, but the story I think will suffer.  Again, I hope I am wrong.  I know alot of people that share the same concerns.  Just thoughts

Mayhem101878 1/4/2010 4:05:18 PM

I for one am lookinf forward to the fruits of the Disney/ Marvel merger. I hope that they do bring some of the lesser known characters to TV. i know I would love to ones like Cloak and Dagger or even Power Pack. Hell even make a series out of the Avengers cartoon movies they put out or the "Next Avengers" (the movie the Marvel Animation put out that was the children of the Avengers being trained by Tony Stark and fighting Ultron) that would be very interesting to watch.

WOW I vaugly remember watching that crappy Captain America movie but totaly forgot about the Red Skull having the slicked back hair. Damn that was awful It's almost as bad as that Roger Corman Fantastic Four movie that was never released. I have not seen it but i've seen clips of it and wow was it bad.

movieboy 1/4/2010 7:42:32 PM

Red Skull as the Mafia Gangster with a botched face lift is killing me.

hulkster46 1/4/2010 8:41:11 PM

I don't think that Marvel was one flop away from closing their studio. With their antimated dvd movies, In my opinion, the live action dvd movies of Blade and The Punisher, Incredible Hulk, and Iron Man, and Spider-man were actually very well done in terms of Story, filming and special effects. Much better then the Spider-man tv series of the 70s and more realistic. The Thomas Jane version of the Punisher will always be one of my favs.

Dazzler 1/5/2010 4:34:47 AM

Hulk again?  They thought it was good?  They need to start from scratch again.  I hope the new smart Hulk toon makes it big enough to change their tune.  Hulk smash is lame and old. 

I was going to try and buy some Marvel Stock for fun, I guess I should wait now.

POW seems like a turkey of a co.  Prob not a good deal, good for Stan Lee however. 

axia777 1/5/2010 9:26:13 AM

YAH!  Now Disney needs to give Marvel two billion dollars and then they need to back the FUCK OFF.

panzerhd 1/5/2010 9:39:54 AM

I can't wait to see the new Star Blazer series!!!!   Marvel's expliots are goin rock during next 4 years...

Everybody need help triying to remember the name off an older horror/sifi film.  It was in a jungle setting, with creatures that came out at night, that looked like a goran(Star Trek) but it would wrap its arms around its victims and incasing them in a sac and disgest them in seconds, just leavin bones on the ground.  If any idea let me know.

Calibur454 1/5/2010 10:53:57 AM

Disney marvel and Pow marriage- Good for everyone involved.

Live Action Star Blazers movie- BE AFRAID BE VERY VERY AFFRAID!

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