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vitieddie 3/12/2012 3:18:52 PM

Wise, you love your I-Max ... i cant even stand 3D ... lol

wessmith1966 3/12/2012 4:17:01 PM

We live in amazing times. With all of the troubles Marvel had bringing their characters to the big (and small) screen over the years I never thought there would come a time when I'd be able to sit down in a theater and watch Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and finally the Avengers in something other than an animated form.

I read comments on other sites and a lot of people were hammering the Marvel movies. I can't say I was shocked, but maybe a little surprised. Have we gotten that spoiled that we've forgotten how blessed we are to finally see the characters we grew up with in movies? I'm 45, so I was around to see Superman when it first hit theaters back in the late 70s. After the success of that movie there was so much pre-internet buzz in trade magazines about what characters would be next. Batman got us even more excited in the late 80s. I even remember when James Cameron was looking at making Spider-Man in the mid-90s. Sure, there have been some less-than-stellar films (especially those made by other studios), but I still find them entertaining and still get excited to see them in the theater.

Wyldstaar 3/12/2012 4:21:11 PM

I'll pass.  It's a good idea, but I can't sit through that many movies in a row.  Besides, I don't want to watch it in 3D.  It's a waste of money, especially when the movie wasn't shot with 3D in mind to begin with.

therockdltj 3/12/2012 4:57:08 PM

I wish there was a I-Max near where I live. There was supposed to be one built 3 years ago in Sparks NV but it keeps getting delayed still! Its really pissing me off!!!

Wiseguy 3/12/2012 5:38:32 PM

Yeah wessmith people are jaded. Things that years ago would've blown people's minds are now passe. I look at John Carter as the latest example but not the only by any means. I would've died of joy as a kid to see something like that and not just for the f/x but the genre. Nevermind the thought of an Avengers film, that wasn't even given a thought as a possibility

Wyldstaar 3/12/2012 8:35:41 PM

I for one go to see almost every comic book related movie that gets released, even if I hear it's awful.  Just want to support the genre.  I even went to go see Dylan Dog and Green Lantern last year, even though I wasn't expecting much (and got even less).

I remember picking up my monthy issue of Wizard back in the day, and they always had a comic movie section.  There would be about half a page of rumors that never went anywhere, and all the rest of it consisted of- Wouldn't it be cool if... fantasy casting calls, etc.  The notion that there would ever be big budget movies based on comic book characters who weren't Superman or Batman was pure fantasy.  I remember renting Roger Corman's Carnosaur just so I could see the Fantastic Four trailer that was on the tape.  We were so desperate for a Marvel movie that we convinced ourselves that it might actually be good.  They publicized the Generation X TV movie in Wizard the same way The Dark Knight was covered.  It was a huge deal back then.

violator14 3/12/2012 10:24:11 PM

 I challenge anyone to actually watch all of these. The most I've ever theater hopped in one day was 4 movies and I had the biggest headache afterwards.

Wiseguy 3/13/2012 6:50:01 AM

The one thing giving me pause is that by the time The Avengers airs that's going to be one funky theater

monkeyfoot 3/13/2012 8:49:11 AM

Wiseguy & Wessmith, I'm in total agreement with you. For comic book/genre fans this is truly a magical time and I think some fans just don't realize it.

domino2008 3/21/2012 12:42:24 AM

ppl will go late just to see the AVENGER movie , no one can sit though 4 films in a theater , think about sitting with a bunch of geeks wearing outfits next to you  for 8 hours

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