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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate Grey View Post
    I kinda feel the same way about Elektra. Its a perfectly mediocre movie, but not bad. If it came on regular TV I wouldn't turn it off.
    I've actually never seen that Elektra movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERON View Post
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    This is what I’dput down, with the caveat that I think it was actually a very successful movie the vast bulk fo the fanbase really liked...

    ... But the divisiveness and storytelling decisions of The Last Jedi and The Rise Of Skywalker kind of retroactively damaged the main appeals of The Force Awakens, particularly where TLJ tried to handicap and dismiss some of TFA’s strengths.

    Like, flat out, Finn’s story in TFA is a hell of a lot better than most character arcs in the rest of the Saga... but TLJ was scared of him, and screwed him over to try and replace with Kylo. And there was no mistaking Rey for a fan girl of Neo-Nazi School Shooters in TFA.

    I honestly feel the ST might be best grouped as separate films in evaluation, instead of together.

    On a separate note...

    Thor: The Dark World.

    Even before Endgame “justified” it, it still struck me as an improvement over the first film, and it did a hell of a lot to make Loki shift into more of a morally ambiguous protagonist after The Avengers.
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    I feel the need to mention the usual Battlefield Earth and Ishtar. Kidding.
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    Return of the Living Dead Part 2 and Alien 3 are the ones that come to mind for me.

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    Are Steven Seagal's films "Universally Disliked..."?

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    Howard The Duck but I hear the media say its awful more than people. There seems to be more fans of that film than you'd think. I used to rent it on VHS quite a bit and I'm wondering if people even knew the original source material. I admit the scene with "Ducky" and Leah Thomson's character was a bit hard to take in, me included, but once I got over the shock of that one scene... I still kept watching.... so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    Are Steven Seagal's films "Universally Disliked..."?
    The Under Sieges at least would be fine for me, for siegeing purposes.

    But at this point in time and with Seagal's political views being known enough, artistic/general dislike might be the neighbor he looks at every morning.

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    I think that the Thor films were all pretty good, with 1>2>3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal Weapon View Post
    For the sequels. The original movie is the only one I ever see anyone talk fondly about.
    If you're referring to the movie from 1986, then you can count me in as one of its many admirers


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan2099 View Post
    I thought Street Fighter and G.I. Joe were good movies.

    Not "so bad it's good" but legitimately entertaining.
    What street fighter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    Are Steven Seagal's films "Universally Disliked..."?
    I can't imagine they are more disliked then the man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panfoot View Post
    Return of the Living Dead Part 2 and Alien 3 are the ones that come to mind for me.
    Hell yeah. The first 3 Return of tbe Living Dead movies might be the greatest horror trilogy ever. (Not that there are that many contenders imo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by choptop View Post
    What street fighter?
    The last movie that Raul Julia ever did with Kylie Minogue playing Cammy and Jean Claude Van Damme playing Guile...

    The animated Transformers move is one of my all time favorite movies, the soundtrack as well, always forgot that they curse one scene...

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    Of the ones mentioned above, I quite enjoy

    -Amazing Spider-Man 2
    -Iron Man 3
    -Daredevil

    as guilty pleasures Judge Dredd and Highlander 2

    also, I'm gonna throw in Sucker Punch

    I think Force Awakens had a good reception at the time it came out though of course people were split on it... but the general consensus was positive? and there was hope that this was gonna be a good trilogy
    It was Last Jedi that drew a lot more criticism... and I enjoyed Last Jedi a whole lot
    (I still haven't gotten around to seeing Rise of Skywalker XD)
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