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Pretty amazing that the conclusion to all of this is that it will go down as the movie that officially kicked off The Summer Movie Season That Wasn't To Be. What a journey it has been.

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1 minute ago, filmlover said:

Pretty amazing that the conclusion to all of this is that it will go down as the movie that officially kicked off The Summer Movie Season That Wasn't To Be. What a journey it has been.

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11 minutes ago, CoolioD1 said:

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Unhinged should've attempted to the be Fast Five to New Mutants' Thor and used "Summer Begins" as the tagline tbh. The opening would've tripled.

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Vulture reporter talking crap about EW.

 

Basically, EW got the script Vulture was talking about and confIrmed the Vulture reporting was a lie. Vulture dude doesn’t like it.

 

Bob replied to me on twitter saying he didn’t even see the movie. He has a right to be upset about the misspelling his name. He should keep the other stuff to himself. This wasn’t even his story the adapted. The Demon Bear arc was drawn by Bill Sienkiewicz. Who loved the cast.

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Strange, this doesn't open until 4th Sept here yet my local theatre is showing it all weekend.

 

Could have gone, but decided to cut my toenails instead.

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13 hours ago, Slicknickshady said:

Vulture reporter talking crap about EW.

 

Basically, EW got the script Vulture was talking about and confIrmed the Vulture reporting was a lie. Vulture dude doesn’t like it.

 

Bob replied to me on twitter saying he didn’t even see the movie. He has a right to be upset about the misspelling his name. He should keep the other stuff to himself. This wasn’t even his story the adapted. The Demon Bear arc was drawn by Bill Sienkiewicz. Who loved the cast.

you think there was only 1 script..? 

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On 8/28/2020 at 8:56 AM, Slicknickshady said:

I loved it! Brilliant cast. Critics gonna critic.  At least it will hit #1 at the Box Office. 

And Fanboys going to Fanboy.

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2/5

 

amazed it cost as much as it did. More entertaining than Dark Phoenix though that’s for sure. 
 

Some poor casting and bad performances. The CGI was actually quite good. It’s very small in scale, yet allegedly cost $100m. The reshoots aren’t obvious, like some films. 

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As someone who was adamant over several years that this was doomed for a streaming release, I would like to congratulate the true fans of this project for getting the opportunity to see this on the big screen. 

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The movie has an extremely slow first two acts, before the apocalyptic finish. Surprising, considering the movie is only around 90 minutes. 

 

Is this the final FOX movie, before Marvel Studios takes over? 

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1 hour ago, OdinSon2k14 said:

The movie has an extremely slow first two acts, before the apocalyptic finish. Surprising, considering the movie is only around 90 minutes. 

 

Is this the final FOX movie, before Marvel Studios takes over? 

It’s one of the last three Marvel movies that was produced by Fox before they were bought out by Disney. The other two were Deadpool 2 and Dark Phoenix. So, yes, it’s fair to say that this is officially the end of the Fox Marvel movies. 

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On 8/29/2020 at 6:10 PM, Krissykins said:

2/5

 

amazed it cost as much as it did. More entertaining than Dark Phoenix though that’s for sure. 
 

Some poor casting and bad performances. The CGI was actually quite good. It’s very small in scale, yet allegedly cost $100m. The reshoots aren’t obvious, like some films. 

There were no reshoots.  They never happened.  😎

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17 hours ago, Macleod said:

There were no reshoots.  They never happened.  😎

It could have been worse, but Disney will still lose money on this. Not a lot but still a box office fail. Sad end to the X Men Franchise.

 

SUrprised that anybody following the history of this movie needed this explainted to them. There were no reshoots, period. Almost everybody felt the film needed them, but both Fox and Disney decided the film was probably doomed , and did not want to throw good money after bad. NM's low budget actually worked against it here. Dark Phoenix had a "too big to fail" factor;with such a huge investment Fox felt compelled to spend money to try to save it. The small investment they had in NM made it expendable.

 

Going to amusing to see the resident fanboys try to make this into some great success. We are already getting the "critics suck" line from one of them. Which amounts to "How Dare ANybody Not Like Something I like?'.

And, yeah, even if there was no virus I think this would have failed.

But Disney can start figuring how big a tax write off  they can get for this.

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On 8/31/2020 at 6:22 AM, Macleod said:

There were no reshoots.  They never happened.  😎

 

17 hours ago, dudalb said:

It could have been worse, but Disney will still lose money on this. Not a lot but still a box office fail. Sad end to the X Men Franchise.

 

SUrprised that anybody following the history of this movie needed this explainted to them. There were no reshoots, period. Almost everybody felt the film needed them, but both Fox and Disney decided the film was probably doomed , and did not want to throw good money after bad. NM's low budget actually worked against it here. Dark Phoenix had a "too big to fail" factor;with such a huge investment Fox felt compelled to spend money to try to save it. The small investment they had in NM made it expendable.

 

Going to amusing to see the resident fanboys try to make this into some great success. We are already getting the "critics suck" line from one of them. Which amounts to "How Dare ANybody Not Like Something I like?'.

And, yeah, even if there was no virus I think this would have failed.

But Disney can start figuring how big a tax write off  they can get for this.

Whoops. That was the only way I assumed the budget got so high, if they had to completey re-do the full thing, several times lol. 
 

It looks like it cost $5-10m.

 

All in one location, terrible acting, terrible script. Every scene begins again with the same outside shot of the building they’re in. 

 

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17 hours ago, dudalb said:

And, yeah, even if there was no virus I think this would have failed.

If it had been released in April 2018 as originally planned it would have done well probably. The first trailer got some positive buzz at the time.

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