DFW, TX X-MEN 2

Discussion in 'MidSouth Regional Discussion' started by Nabooty_Call, Apr 25, 2003.

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  1. Nabooty_Call Former RSA / Obi-Wan Impersonator

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    One week to go!

    >SNIKT<

    Everyone got their movie tickets yet ?[face_plain]

    >BAMF!<



  2. Starburstlvr Jedi Youngling

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    That's the beauty of working at a movie theater and being a manager - I get to preview it! (I'm not bragging I swear!) I'll make a quick post next week if I can and let you guys know exactly how good it is.

    I recommend everyone at least get a summer job at a movie theater - it really saves some money :)
  3. Darth_Chocolate Jedi Youngling

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  4. Nabooty_Call Former RSA / Obi-Wan Impersonator

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    Before the movie, I plan on stopping by Baskin-Robbins for a "Wolverine's Berry Rampage Sundae" :p

    [image=http://www.comicscontinuum.com/stories/0304/25/baskin1.jpg]

  5. Starburstlvr Jedi Youngling

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    Wolverine would seriously smack somebody for having a blue berry sundae type thing named after him, lol.

  6. Nightcrawler13 Jedi Youngling

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    I'M SO THERE!
    Took the day off and plabn on seeing it a couple of times this weekend. Anyone planning on seeing it Friday 1st showing?
  7. Darth_Chocolate Jedi Youngling

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    stone and i are going to the midnight show at the keystone on thursday night. but i know i'll be wanting to see it again on friday, so i'll go along with whenever/whereever you all plan.
  8. Nabooty_Call Former RSA / Obi-Wan Impersonator

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    Robert, Laura, Traci, me, and possibly others will be going to the UA MacArthur Friday night.

    Also, re-reading "God Loves Man Kills" Graphic Novel, which inspired some of the storyline for X2...and it's time to break out the X-MEN 1.5 dvd again :D

    Can't wait!!!
  9. Kurgan1 Jedi Youngling

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    I'll be there for that midnight show on Thursday.

    "Hey, bub. I'm not through with you yet." --greatness.
  10. stone Jedi Youngling

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    better get tix now

    http://www.fandango.com/movie_page.asp?distance=30&mv=40776&remoteFilter=&from=&refresh_date=5/1/2003
  11. THX_Jedi Jedi Padawan

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    See you guys Thursday night.

    :cool:
  12. Nabooty_Call Former RSA / Obi-Wan Impersonator

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    Anyone get into a screening yet ?[face_plain]

    Need some confirmation for all the glowing advance reviews that are making me giddy as Kitty Pryde on her first day at Xavier's school! :D

  13. Nightcrawler13 Jedi Youngling

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    Got my tix. Did you want to meet up around 1030? Or a little early to eat something?
  14. stone Jedi Youngling

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    i plan to be in line by 10p

    wanna eat, better make it around 8pm @ bone daddys
  15. Nightcrawler13 Jedi Youngling

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    I'll be there.

    and to get you in the mood for X2.

    http://www.x2movieauction.com

    No Nightcrawler stuff though. I would love to get the tail that Alan wears. Man, I would look cool with a tail!
  16. Darth_Chocolate Jedi Youngling

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  17. Nabooty_Call Former RSA / Obi-Wan Impersonator

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    LOL, we just got finished watching the first movie on the 1.5 dvd, now y'all are enjoying it on the big screen...POST YOUR OPINIONS ASAP!!!

    Dallas local [link=http://boards.theforce.net/message.asp?topic=1101509&page=230]B'omarr[/link] got to see an advance screening and said it was "very very good"...this bodes well :D

    Well, off to bed perchance to dream about androids dreaming of mutant sheep [face_mischief]

  18. ThreepMe Jedi Youngling

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    I thought it rocked! It seemed that Bryan Singer took up the action a notch. Which is a good thing.

    All things aside, I thought it was pretty sweet.
  19. Darth_Chocolate Jedi Youngling

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    see my post on the other msg board...

  20. ThreepMe Jedi Youngling

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    What other message board?
  21. Nabooty_Call Former RSA / Obi-Wan Impersonator

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    :D DAMN!

    Another hella-fine X-MOVIE!!!

    And a HUGE set-up for X3 :D

    I'm :D from ear to ear!!! :cool:

  22. super_hyper_melanie Jedi Youngling

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    X2 was flippin awesome. it seemed to move a bit fast though, but it was still great. yah there was a very nice set up and right as the credits screen appeared could have heard my shouts of 'damn!'
  23. Nightcrawler13 Jedi Youngling

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    Cople of plot holes but LOVED IT!!!!

    seen it twice and audiences cheered both times at the same scene. The one with Nightcrawler/Rogue and the Blackbird.


    2 thumbs and 1 tail up for X2.
  24. Starburstlvr Jedi Youngling

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    I used to think there was something wrong with plot holes until I had a professor who constantly got on me when I said something negative. His stance, and one I now take, is that plot holes are okay - great even, if the audience during the movie doesn't even think about them. You know you have a great film when you can pull off plot holes and a majority of the audience doesn't realize it. The films where the audience does realize massive plot holes are the one that don't do so well.

    I've heard a couple of so called plot holes mentioned, and if you consider them plot holes they certainly aren't big, they could be easily explained, and they work - because most of the audience doesn't even catch them.

    You know you're in the hands of a great storyteller when that happens.
  25. Skippy_The_Klingon Jedi Youngling

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    Except for finding out that Cyclops was a closet N* Sync fan, I'd say the movie was perfect...
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