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Mr Magic
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ThatDudeintheHoodie
I'm looking forward to this since it is based off of the Old Man Logan storyline and they want to send him off proper. 
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Vaporman87
I've been pretty bored of the Wolverine movies since the second one. This is probably a no watch for me.
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eddstarr
For starters, I haven't mentioned it much but you guys are constantly being exposed to what I call, "ass-kickin' school-girl" storylines. And it doesn't matter who the male lead character is because the movie is really about a girl, the smaller the better, that can kick every man's ass no matter how strong he is.

This is my personal observation, every "strong man" in a movie has to be outdone by a girl, again - the smaller the better. I have a sneaky suspicion that you guys may have noticed this too.  

It almost seems like gender is being used as a weapon - payback for all the years we've spent watching male lead characters in films and on television.
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Mr Magic
That's a good observation, edd.
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eddstarr
Sorry to be so negative. I want to see all my favorite X-Men characters again with thoughtful storylines.
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Rick Ace Rhodes
Ehh... don't care. I was never into the X-Men movies, or really the entire franchise in general. Aside from the 90's animated series, I never really liked the X-Men. The comic universe just seems so big and confusing with so many characters, so may different comics and so many different story lines. Plus, I never understood how the X-Men fit into the Marvel universe. Like there's so many other superheroes running around, but these things called mutants are having government laws put against them?
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Vaporman87
Rick Ace Rhodes wrote :

Like there's so many other superheroes running around, but these things called mutants are having government laws put against them?
 
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Like there is this bubble they exist in, but come out of from time to time to mix it up with other Marvel characters.

Maybe NLogan can shine some light on this mystery for us.
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jkatz
I sort of feel the same way Rick, but I also thought First Class was really good. 

This is going to be Hugh Jackman's last outing as Wolverine..I have to see it for that fact alone.
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shakin steak
>I think most comic book movies should be R. Wolverine especially.<
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vkimo
shakin steak wrote :

>I think most comic book movies should be R. Wolverine especially.<
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I feel this way with most things. It was always painful watching Wolverine as you just knew he was never going to use his claws, unless it was on a structure or robots.

Watching the old Masters of the Universe, same thing. Why He-Man carries a sword is beyond me, as he always ended up throwing the villain at a mountain or something. 
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