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Old 05-04-2003, 01:50 PM   #1
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Alrighty - X-Men2: X-Men United - Who Saw It?

The latest X-Men movie made $85 million smackaroonies.. who saw it and what did you think?
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There is already a thread about this in Zoo confessionals.

Merger anyone?

I saw the movie, it's a lot better than the first one!!
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I saw it Saturday night.....and I must say....it was awesome!

I might just go see it again. Very well done.
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I saw it Saturday night.....and I must say....it was awesome!

I might just go see it again. Very well done.
Yeah, I think I'd enjoy seeing it again too.
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I loved the little inside things only comic geeks, and fans of the cartoon would get....needless to say, I got most of them.

Dr. Hank McCoy anyone?
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I saw the movie yesterday and I really liked it, even though action films usually bore me to death.
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I loved the little inside things only comic geeks, and fans of the cartoon would get....needless to say, I got most of them.

Dr. Hank McCoy anyone?
That was a very Beastly comment Edgeman . Yes, unfortunately I caught those references too. The movie was very good... since it's left open for a sequel, hopefully the next will be just as well constructed.
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I loved the little inside things only comic geeks, and fans of the cartoon would get....needless to say, I got most of them.

Dr. Hank McCoy anyone?
How true! I loved it. Nightcrawler is the shit! *BAMPF!!!*
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I'm just back from tthe cinema...and the veredict is;
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Yes, saw it, it rawks. Just curious? When was Beasty McCoy in the flick, cause that's something I was actually looking for. I did notice that Remy LeBeau was in Stryker's computer system, hopefully that means Gambit will be in the next one. Also, anybody think they'll try to pull off the Phoenix saga in one movie?
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I saw it last night and loved it!!!

I have to admit, though, there was too much information. I think if you weren't a fan, you would have been a little lost. (I'm a long time X-Men fan.) I also wish they could have given more screentime to Nightcrawler and Cyclops (Cyclops is hardly in the movie.) Magneto and Wolverine were wicked cool, as always. And I was glad to see Storm step it up with her powers, she was really useless in the first movie, but not in this one.

I highly recommened it! (But be sure you've seen the first movie before you go see X2.)
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Yes, saw it, it rawks. Just curious? When was Beasty McCoy in the flick, cause that's something I was actually looking for. I did notice that Remy LeBeau was in Stryker's computer system, hopefully that means Gambit will be in the next one. Also, anybody think they'll try to pull off the Phoenix saga in one movie?
I didn't notice Remy LeBeau....must have been when the shape shifter (I know her name, but I can't spell it) was rooting around for the plans to cerebo.

Dr. Hank McCoy was mentiond in the bar scene with the security guard and a cameo by Rebecca-romain Stamos as "herself"....I thought that was very well done to get her some non blue time on screen.

About the Phoenix saga.....I think they might have to tweek it so that there is no space travel garbage to turn off the non book/cartoon fans. I however would love to see it....I was going crazy when I saw the flame in her eyes....then around her body...then swimming....loved it!

I read and article that said something about there being seperate movies...along with sequels. Something like that would be cool for wolverine (which would make major money) or maybe even the Phoenix saga. I think anything they do now is going to be gold....as long as they can keep up the quality they had in this one.
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I never read the comics but I really enjoyed the first film; even if it had a pretty tame storyline it was rescued by the characters I cared about and wanted to see more of. Well this new one was simply awesome! Not a single cringeworthy one-liner in sight, great special effects, no time wasted on introducing everyone, and did I mention how incredibly hot Wolverine is despite his ridiculous facial hair, ?
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Wolverine rocked! loved the movie, don't know what the hell you people are talking about with the whole Phoenix saga. whatever. still rocked!
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