One major part that maid these character iconic was the actors that portrayed them, and maybe Han Solo would be a little different it would be another actor playing him xD Also, I heard there's gonna be film focusing on Han Solo? Wonder who's gonna play him, since I assume it's gonna be a prequel of some sort.
For a movie that basically sells it self with awesome giant robots fighting giant monsters this turned out really well. I thought it would be cliched, which it kinda is, but the execution for this movie was great. Oh and the male and female that work with each other don't have a forced romance. So yeah, that's great.
This was epic, doing kung-fu with a gun? Oh yeah! And the amount of head shots in this movie are too damn high (but in a good way). Kinda of a realistic take on a hitman, the part being where he mostly does head shots of course. And the the aspect where a bunch of hitman have neutral zone, that hotel thing forgot the name. lol
Yup, there were some scene that can make you laugh, but ultimately, this movie sucked so bad. I didn't even get the ending really, and the romance between the main girl and guy (forget their names) seems totally forced and out of place.
This was an awesome movie xD A bit in the artsy side, but whatever. The dialogue in this movie works really well for it's theme of... don't really know the theme, but you get the point. And the scene where Harry Potter (yes, I'll refer to Daniel as Harry Potter) has dinner with the girl and her boyfriend, man that scene cracked me up. Too bad it was the only funny part of the movie...
The only thing that I found bad (ok maybe not bad) uhmm lacking in this movie is a bigger scope. It would be cooler to see Dredd going around the chaotic city he lives in. Being the judge, jury, and execution of criminals that unfortunately meets him.
What's interesting about the idea of a Planet Hulk movie is that a majority of the movie will be done in CGI or some kind of motion capture. And I'm pretty sure we won't see much of Ruffalo on screen xD
I do wonder how the hell Hulk gets to Asgard, how much fuel was in that Avengers jet?!
The Force Awakens is supposed to be the "passing of the torch" to the new generation of main star wars character, so I can imagine that Han Solo would die, I hope it's in a heroic fashion fitting for the anti-hero.
I really liked how the villain in this story was portrayed. So methodical and calculating, plus the way he talks in just haunting. And I love how they just the let the story tell itself, the cinematography of this film is impeccable.
This is s gonna be cool. It's like having pacific rim and, I don't know, maybe G.I. Joe ( the first one with te suits) mash up together. However, hope this film knows what it is, and doesn't try make it dark or whatever. Like Marvel, making it for the children but also for us adults.
Before seeing this movie, I thought it was just some kind of sad and heart-warming story, which it still is--but I didn't expect the crazy adventure that forest had to go through. This guy was so lucky xD
I agree with "The Thing" being number one. That movies was just great, a classic horror flick! Body horror at its best and practical effects that are still pretty impressive even for today's standards. I even thought the remake was pretty good... and disturbing.