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For those that haven't seen this; it's going to be on the Velocity Channel next Sunday @ 8 p.m.
They've been around for 45 years and have evolved during that time. Their basically 3rd tier heroes not unlike Iron Man who was a 2nd stringer at best in the comics before the movies. His books were worthless before the movies. I found a mint copy of IM#1 for $20 in 1990 and it's been worth something only in recent years. You coudn't give it away before the movies came out. I also have the first appearance of GofG; worthless before the recent public awareness and it has...
Spoilered just in case. [[SPOILER]]
I hope they do a third one because the latest Kick Ass 3 comic will have an actual ending. At least according to the writer. http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=43638 Both the first and second film is very close to the comic book story combining the last three limited series they made. A third film shouldn't be out of the question to close it off. I actually liked the 2nd film better because the first film sort of took away the reality aspect by adding a...
It didn't feel like a reboot at all...the beginning credits pretty much rehashed everything from the 1st film and continued with different actors.
Those movies are hilarious; especially RM.
If you don't mind me asking...how old are you? I'm not making fun of you or anything but if you we're around back then you must of heard of LDs.
Hey, Good Lookin' http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084070/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
https://movies.yahoo.com/blogs/movie-news/former-child-star-shirley-temple-dies-at-85-120052604.html The good ship lollipop has sailed off for good. Shirley Temple Black, actress and icon of the 1930s, died Monday night at her home near San Francisco. She was 85. The pint-sized icon, famous for her ringlet curls and dimples, was 7 years old when she topped the likes of Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, and others to become America's No. 1 box office draw in 1935, and held that...
Make that a triple feature along with Hunt Vs. Lauda. ...and yes it is a fine movie. No need to be into F1 or into cars to enjoy this movie.
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