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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The 90's one had such terrible animation altho so many kids grew up with it there's a nostalgic factor. The Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends from the 80's was dope esp the music. The 60's ones not so much. This new Ultimate Spider-Man is garbage. Spectacular Spider-Man is still the best adaptation I've seen. Premier storytelling, dialogue, and stunning animation. The Venom symbiote arc was exceptional TV. Too bad Sony did jack that take for Spider-Man 3.
What??? It was 1 of the first Cartoons to feature computer animation (just backgrounds). You kids nowadays just don't appreciate how cool hand drawn animation is. I suppose you think 90s X-men was bad too Rolling Eyes

Well, I just broke down each Spidey cartoon (with the exception of MTV's with NPH) so there's that. Yes, the 90's X-Men was terrible too animation-wise. It was the same studio- Nelvana and they were AWFUL. The one thing going for both of those is how closely they followed the comics. The animation is so bad but nostalgia has clouded this. Amazing Friends had better animation and it was a decade earlier almost. I don't know of any "kids" who've seen that.

You want to see a better X-Men cartoon, find the pilot Pryde of the X-Men. Animation, story and casting were great. Duke from G.I. JOE was Cyclops. Cool
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I've seen the trailer for Now You See Me, several times now and everytime I do, I get even more excited to see it. It's probably my most anticipated film of the year. To me, it's like The Illusionist mixed with The Italian Job. Great ensemble cast.



http://youtu.be/UE5XcjTpsdo


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The 90's one had such terrible animation altho so many kids grew up with it there's a nostalgic factor. The Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends from the 80's was dope esp the music. The 60's ones not so much. This new Ultimate Spider-Man is garbage. Spectacular Spider-Man is still the best adaptation I've seen. Premier storytelling, dialogue, and stunning animation. The Venom symbiote arc was exceptional TV. Too bad Sony did jack that take for Spider-Man 3.
What??? It was 1 of the first Cartoons to feature computer animation (just backgrounds). You kids nowadays just don't appreciate how cool hand drawn animation is. I suppose you think 90s X-men was bad too Rolling Eyes

Well, I just broke down each Spidey cartoon (with the exception of MTV's with NPH) so there's that. Yes, the 90's X-Men was terrible too animation-wise. It was the same studio- Nelvana and they were AWFUL. The one thing going for both of those is how closely they followed the comics. The animation is so bad but nostalgia has clouded this. Amazing Friends had better animation and it was a decade earlier almost. I don't know of any "kids" who've seen that.

You want to see a better X-Men cartoon, find the pilot Pryde of the X-Men. Animation, story and casting were great. Duke from G.I. JOE was Cyclops. Cool


Batman: TAS, Teen Titans and 90s X-Men>>>>> any other superhero show

I also liked X-Men Evolution. Justice League was beast too.

The 90s Spidey was the best for me. I'll admit though that nostalgia plays a big part in it. However, nostalgia has nothing to do with me liking 90s X-Men. It was just awesome. We can all agree B:TAS was amazing.
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Batman: TAS was indeed awesome. Teen Titans? LoL hell no that was bad. Young Justice >>>>>>>


Best Batman cartoon: Batman: TAS

Best Spider-Man cartoon: Spectacular Spider-Man

Best X-Men cartoon: Wolverine & The X-Men

Justice League Unlimited & Young Justice are both great too.
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I loved the sound of Superman's punches in the cartoons. I hope to hear the same in Man of Steel ok not really
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Batman: TAS was indeed awesome. Teen Titans? LoL hell no that was bad. Young Justice >>>>>>>


Best Batman cartoon: Batman: TAS

Best Spider-Man cartoon: Spectacular Spider-Man

Best X-Men cartoon: Wolverine & The X-Men

Justice League Unlimited & Young Justice are both great too.

I am so sad they canceled Young Justice... I was loving it
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Warner Brothers Just gave the Entourage Movie a GREENLIGHT!!!! @mrdougellin @jerrycferrara @adriangrenier @jeremypiven #gametime



https://twitter.com/mrkevinconnolly/status/296452113570086912
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Warner Brothers Just gave the Entourage Movie a GREENLIGHT!!!! @mrdougellin @jerrycferrara @adriangrenier @jeremypiven #gametime



https://twitter.com/mrkevinconnolly/status/296452113570086912


Damnit! No. More. Entourage. Those last couple seasons were not very much fun. I suspect the movie won't be either.
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Superman(DH23) wrote:
thrILL! wrote:
The 90's one had such terrible animation altho so many kids grew up with it there's a nostalgic factor. The Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends from the 80's was dope esp the music. The 60's ones not so much. This new Ultimate Spider-Man is garbage. Spectacular Spider-Man is still the best adaptation I've seen. Premier storytelling, dialogue, and stunning animation. The Venom symbiote arc was exceptional TV. Too bad Sony did jack that take for Spider-Man 3.
What??? It was 1 of the first Cartoons to feature computer animation (just backgrounds). You kids nowadays just don't appreciate how cool hand drawn animation is. I suppose you think 90s X-men was bad too Rolling Eyes

Well, I just broke down each Spidey cartoon (with the exception of MTV's with NPH) so there's that. Yes, the 90's X-Men was terrible too animation-wise. It was the same studio- Nelvana and they were AWFUL. The one thing going for both of those is how closely they followed the comics. The animation is so bad but nostalgia has clouded this. Amazing Friends had better animation and it was a decade earlier almost. I don't know of any "kids" who've seen that.

You want to see a better X-Men cartoon, find the pilot Pryde of the X-Men. Animation, story and casting were great. Duke from G.I. JOE was Cyclops. Cool
I remember Amazing friends, and no its animation was not better than 90s spiderman. That's like saying SuperFriends was on par w/ Justice League. Its simply not true.

As for X-men, I've loved em all, but Evolution is probably my favorite as it did the best job of capturing the spirit of the comic. Wolverine and the X-men was good, but it was a bastardization of the cannon.
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RashaanSalaami wrote:
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Warner Brothers Just gave the Entourage Movie a GREENLIGHT!!!! @mrdougellin @jerrycferrara @adriangrenier @jeremypiven #gametime



https://twitter.com/mrkevinconnolly/status/296452113570086912


Damnit! No. More. Entourage. Those last couple seasons were not very much fun. I suspect the movie won't be either.


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Wolverine and the X-men was good, but it was a bastardization of the cannon.

It's a different medium so I'm not even slightly concerned about canon. It's a chance for new stories. I've been rereading a lot of old books I loved as a kid and let's just say the majority of Claremont's stuff doesn't stand up very well over time.
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My most anticipated film right now is easily The Place Beyond the Pines. I'm not sure a trailer has ever single-handedly grabbed my attention like that one did. Strong early reviews after debuting at the Toronto Film Festival too.

In other film news, PTA is close to getting Joaquin Phoenix for his lead role in Inherent Vice. He wants to start filming by the end of the year which is great news. RDJ apparently passed on the role. His loss.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/24/inherent-vice-joaquin-phoenix-robert-downey-jr_n_2545497.html
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In other film news, PTA is close to getting Joaquin Phoenix for his lead role in Inherent Vice. He wants to start filming by the end of the year which is great news. RDJ apparently passed on the role. His loss.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/24/inherent-vice-joaquin-phoenix-robert-downey-jr_n_2545497.html


Kind of disappointed its not RDJ. I like how every one of his movies (except Magnolia) basically feature a different a-list actor. Marky Mark in Boogie Nights (though he wasn't really a-list at that point), Adam Sandler in Punch Drunk Love, DDL in TWBB and Phoenix in the Master. I wanted that to continue.

I read about 3/4 of Inherent Vice and generally liked it, but for whatever reason I stopped reading it regularly and figured I'd return it to the library and keep the last act of the story a surprise so when I see the movie I don't know what to expect. I feel like Downey would have been a better fit for the role, though Phoenix is great and I'm sure he can figure it out. As long as he gets PSH in there somewhere I'm happy.
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RDJ is too busy making mediocre films that make bazillions.
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RDJ is too busy making mediocre films that make bazillions.

Phoenix is too busy being a rapper. Laughing
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