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  2. Good first trailer. They certainly aimed for something atmospheric which focuses on Jean losing herself. Worked for me. I am suprised that it seems they went again with the plot of Charles locking the phoenix in Jean's mind when she's young. I think that's the main reason that's why it remained me of X3 more then I expected (that and no space stuff yet), but that doesn't make me worry yet. One of the big problems of X3 was the attempt to mix the plotlines of the "cure" with dark phoenix and at least we know that won't be an issue in this one. I'm looking forward for the next trailer - this time with outer space!
  3. Yes it was: http://ew.com/movies/2017/12/07/xmen-dark-phoenix-first-look-cover/ "Based partially on Chris Claremont’s comic, Phoenix will feature some of the series’ biggest set pieces to date, including the X-Men’s first trip to outer space. " Although, I assume they'll tone it down compared to the comics which is a fair thing to do in my opinion.
  4. This looks great, but Clooney's films always a little disappoint me when I watch them. Not that they're are bad but they give me the feeling they could be better. Still, I'm looking forward to this.
  5. I watched it yesterday. Great visual design that worths seeing on a big sceen, although nothing groundbreaking that I didn't see before. The CGI was a little obvious but it didn't bother me and the aliens that were made practically looked great. From the design it was obvious the movie comes from the same place The Fifth Element came from. The movie falls in the script. The world building is good and I loved the opening credits scene, but the plot is weak and the constant divergences hurt the main story line. The biggest problem of the movie is the dialogs, especially between Valerian and Laureline, which were terrible. The dialogs regarding the relashionship between them was cliched and very heavy handed. However, while Valerian is an unlikable character in general, Laureline is great when she's by herself and the best thing in the movie after the visual design. Good work by Cara Delevingne. The movie indeed should have been called Laureline and the City of a Thousand Planets. All in all it's a mediocre film but worths watching if you want to see some cool science fiction visuals.
  6. I just got back form the movie and wow, I didn't expect to like it so much. While I like Raimi's films, Spiderman isn't one of my top super heroes and the trailer's for this one were meh but this movie is great. I liked the high school stuff and Keaton's vulture is probably one of the best marvel villains. What I like most about it, and what I think distinct it from the other marvel films is that he mostly a small time hero, doing his patrols in the city. That's something we don't see anymore in superhero films and I missed that. That's true also to the vulture as the villain and his operation. The fact that in comparison to most of the other mcu villains he's just a small time criminal trying to make a living makes him work. On the negative side, the cinematography and the editing of the action was too choppy and it was hard sometimes to understand what's going on. Also Flash didn't work for me. But these are minor problems in the movie and I guess I'm still hyped from just seeing it, but I think this may be the movie I enjoyed most of this year so far. Maybe not the best one but the most enjoyable.
  7. It's gonna be an intersting weekend. I think it'll do about about 115 ow, based on nothing but my feelings.
  8. Surprisingly I really like this trailer. It's funny and looks fun. I like that it's not a remake but using the basic idea of Jumanji for a new take on it.
  9. I don't have a problem with Jeniffer's performance in the X-Men movies. She was great in First Class and they integrated Mystique well in DoFP, but in Apocalypse she had nothing to do and I fear she still won't and she'll be in the movie only because she's Jennifer Lawrence. Besides, this movie needs to focus on the young X-Men.
  10. I hope Jennifer will only be there for a small part, just to phase her out so it won't look weird she not there at all after 3 movies. Also I hope that Fassbender will be necessary for the plot and won't be a main villain or even a secondary one. Something in the same vein of Magneto's role in X2 will be good. The X-Universe is my favorite of the comics universes so for now I'm optimistic and will give Kinberg the benefit of the doubt.
  11. Nice teaser. Costume design and makeup look great but the environments so far, especially the city, look more of the same only a little more futuristic. Great music choice.
  12. I liked the trailer until that song started. What the hell?! That's so out of place. Still, I didn't care much before and I'm intrigue now.
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