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bigiff 5/25/2010 11:15:24 AM

Ms. Fox is a hottie to be sure, and I also don't care if she can't act. But I think most thespians posting here would prefer Meryl Streep as Witwicky's new love interest. Cuz, you know, she can act.

Duckbeaver 5/26/2010 10:32:41 AM

Captain America- as stated before, the film will be fine.  It's a really smart move budget-wise.

Smallville Season 10- looking forward to see how it ends.  The show has frustrated at times, but for the most part, it's been a fun and refreshing ride for me.  This past season finale was really cool and given the fact that they showed a glimpse of the suit and a future with Superman in action means the gloves are off for the last season.  To hell with "no flights, no tights"- cat's out of the bag, we saw BOTH of these things.  Get Clark flying in the first episode or two, suit him up, bring back Lex for the end and have Smallville soar out on a high note!

Green Lantern- Yeah, I saw Cooper as Hal Jordan more.  Reynolds will deliver, but they missed an opportunity to have him as the Flash and Cooper as GL if DC ever went the "Avengers movie" route and decided to tie-in their characters into that "Justice League" project that will probably be forever stuck in limbo.

Transformers- She's fun to look at, but I've never really cared enough to be a hardcore Megan Fox fan/hater.  From what I've seen so far, she gets paid to do nothing more than simply stand or run around in movies and look hot.  And that's not entirely her fault.  Frankly, I don't think anyone has actually offered up material that warrants her to delve into anything beyond eye candy.  Just looking at the "Jonah Hex" stuff reminds me of that.  It looks like she doesn't fit in at all with the rest of the movie, but the higher-ups know that she's a hot item that will pull in the "young male" demographic, so they throw her into the mix anyways.  If she ends up doing an astounding job in a serious dramatic/indy turn or as a capable romantic-comedy lead, then I'll take more notice.

As for her leaving TF3, whatever.  One less human in the mix is EXACTLY what that franchise needs.  Now, if we could get rid of Shia's character, his annoying-ass parents and John Turturro we'd be set.  The movie's supposed to be about a giant robot civil war, so why not focus more on that instead of all these 1-dimensional humans?  I'm not expecting robot Shakespeare, but I'd much rather see Optimus Prime being a kick-ass and capable leader for 2 hours instead of watching the "Even Stevens" kid stammer and run around only to stumble into saving the universe for the 50th time. 

I know this is kind of weird for an action movie/sci-fi/comic geek/buff to say, but...I think I'm growing up.  Does "not finding enjoyment in Michael Bay movies and moving on to films with substance" constitute as "growing up?"

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