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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.39
    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    Josh Trank directed Chronicle, which I liked a lot (backofthehead.com), and got a pretty sweet gig to reboot Fantastic Four. He can't possibly do a blander, more banal job than Tim Story did with the previous Fantastic Four films* (which Oliver loved, for the record.) No cast has been announced yet, but I'm looking forward to a new, hopefully good Fantastic Four movie, as such a thing has yet to exist. Same with Daredevil. A good Daredevil movie? Currently unprecedented.
I have nothing to add, outside of, thank you for remembering me and my unabashed love of the FF movies.

Oh, and I liked Daredevil. Not *LOVED*, but liked.



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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.57
    Originally posted by dwaters
    Yeah, The Incredibles needs to be in the conversation when it comes to great superhero movies. I think Unbreakable does as well- though people seem to either love or hate that movie.


Yeah, those are pretty much my two favorite superhero movies of all time.
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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.27
    Originally posted by Oliver
    I have nothing to add, outside of, thank you for remembering me and my unabashed love of the FF movies.


Sure. You were the first person I'd ever heard/read openly profess gushing love for the Fantastic Four movies. Repeatedly. You don't forget a thing like that.

I liked Daredevil the first time I saw it in the theater and gave it a pass despite it's many deficiencies but the years and I have not been kind in hindsight. That includes the director's cut.

My personal opinion also is live action > animation as a general rule, but The Incredibles openly defies that rule and stomps a mudhole in it. Absolutely, The Incredibles deserves a spot when discussing Greatest Superhero Movies Ever.


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