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just watched Pacific Rim uprising that's 2 hours I've wasted already this year :laugh:

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I thought Bumblebee was really good. It was one of the best Transformers movies. It certainly had more emotion than the others. The characters you could connect with and effects that were believable.

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4 minutes ago, Daniel said:

I thought Bumblebee was really good. It was one of the best Transformers movies. It certainly had more emotion than the others. The characters you could connect with and effects that were believable.

How was John Cena? I've heard mixed reviews.

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1 hour ago, natedammit said:

How was John Cena? I've heard mixed reviews.

He was in it? Didn't see him.

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7 hours ago, wjbleming said:

He was in it? Didn't see him.

Not that I'm going to see the film so can't help you, but IMDB says he's Agent Burns if that helps at all.

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56 minutes ago, Raylenth said:

Not that I'm going to see the film so can't help you, but IMDB says he's Agent Burns if that helps at all.

It was a joke alluding to his "You can't see me" WWE tagline...

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10 minutes ago, wjbleming said:

It was a joke alluding to his "You can't see me" WWE tagline...

This is me then......

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1 hour ago, VikingGrrrl said:

Everyone can't know everything.

*Gives @Raylenth a pat on the back*

But knowledge is power; and the SI Unit for power is the watt; and "watt?" is exactly Roy's reaction when told a joke about John Cena. 

*Gives self a pat on the back*

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8 minutes ago, natedammit said:

But knowledge is power; and the SI Unit for power is the watt; and "watt?" is exactly Roy's reaction when told a joke about John Cena. 

*Gives self a pat on the back*

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13 minutes ago, Raylenth said:

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2 hours ago, natedammit said:

But knowledge is power; and the SI Unit for power is the watt; and "watt?" is exactly Roy's reaction when told a joke about John Cena. 

*Gives self a pat on the back*

Watt to the people!

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Saw the new Mary Poppins, pretty good actually. A real ”feel good” movie, classic oldfashion Disney.

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Dogtooth and Mom and Dad: I massively recommend watching these two films back-to-back. Two very different films about family.

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The Incredible Hulk (MCU).  This one passed me by, when it came out after the other awful Hulk film I didn't watch it as I thought 'oh god, why have they remade that horrible film so quickly, it's going to be just as crap'.  As I was a bit of a late comer to the MCU films (and no, Mr Lemming, I didn't start watching them when Strange came out, it was way before that, just not from the beginning) I had forgotten Hulk was actually the first in the universe.  I've been meaning to buy it for a while, as it's never on TV or any platforms so buying it was the only way to see it, but it's just been on ITV, so yay for ITV and their good timing.

It was good, completely different from the previous Hulk film and much better.  It's a good start to the MCU though some stuff obviously doesn't carry over to the rest of the films - He seems to have forgotten the love of his life Betty pretty quickly and how Ross stayed in his position is anyone's guess.  Also Tony Stark approaching Ross to talk about putting a team together then wiping that and having Shield approach Tony about the same thing in IM, but small things really seeing as they would have still been figuring out where they were going to go with it.

 

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2 minutes ago, Raylenth said:

 I had forgotten Hulk was actually the first in the universe. 

Also Tony Stark approaching Ross to talk about putting a team together then wiping that and having Shield approach Tony about the same thing in IM, but small things really seeing as they would have still been figuring out where they were going to go with it.

 

Incredible Hulk came out after Iron Man

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1 minute ago, Wrong Name said:

Incredible Hulk came out after Iron Man

Ugh.  Makes a bit more sense then.  Could have sworn it was the first but there you go. :P

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3 minutes ago, Raylenth said:

Ugh.  Makes a bit more sense then.  Could have sworn it was the first but there you go. :P

Nope. 100% Iron Man was the first of the MCU films. IH might have been the same year I think, but it was definitely IM first.

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Just now, Wrong Name said:

Nope. 100% Iron Man was the first of the MCU films. IH might have been the same year I think, but it was definitely IM first.

Yeah, just looked it up, there was a month between them.

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29 minutes ago, Raylenth said:

The Incredible Hulk (MCU). 

I haven't seen it because the previous one was so bad. Just ignored it and forgot about it :lol:

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17 minutes ago, VikingGrrrl said:

I haven't seen it because the previous one was so bad. Just ignored it and forgot about it :lol:

That was my thought but I'd recommend it, it's nothing like that terrible one.

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2 hours ago, Raylenth said:

 (and no, Mr Lemming, I didn't start watching them when Strange came out, it was way before that, just not from the beginning) 

Just putting on the record I wasn't going to say this.  (And I'll add a "OI!" to this as well) Wouldn't have thought of putting that down, tbh.

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2 hours ago, VikingGrrrl said:

I haven't seen it because the previous one was so bad. Just ignored it and forgot about it :lol:

 

2 hours ago, Raylenth said:

That was my thought but I'd recommend it, it's nothing like that terrible one.

I saw it when it came out, mostly because I was a fan of Edward Norton. Enjoyed it though, definitely very different to the Eric Bana one so agree with @Raylenth, it's worth seeing :)

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