Posted On:7/24/2011 11:29pm
No they had pictures online. I missed the time period I wanted to attend. Back when sketches were free and everyone wasn't trying to make a buck.
$175 next year? No way.
Originally Posted by doofaloofa
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Posted On:7/24/2011 11:34pm
The boy decided he wanted to go a couple of days ago. Bought some tix on Craigslist and just when we were wrapping up today, we got flagged as having counterfeit tickets and had to file a police report before we were booted.
But yeah, I hear you. I should message you a picture I have from my first SDCC of Mr. T.
Posted On:7/25/2011 6:51pm
I really enjoyed the movie also. Only thing I would have added to the movie would have been a little more with him waking up in the present, and him encountering some of the characters from his time in the present. Especially his love intrest.
Posted On:7/25/2011 6:55pm
I can't wait for The Smurfs!
Here to kick your ass.
Posted On:7/25/2011 10:07pm
Style: Jubo NOOB, BJJ
This comes out this week here (not the smurfs, Cap) and I'm excited. I've already lined up my siblings to come see it with me (Because I asked my uni friends if they wanted to come and they asked who Captain America was. Their reaction to a comic book adaption was less than pleased :(
I, however, can't wait.
Chaos? Panic?... Disorder??
.........................My Work is done here... ;)
Posted On:7/25/2011 10:09pm
if your friends like action movies, drag them along anyway, i think they'll be pleasantly surprised.
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Posted On:7/25/2011 11:21pm
Neal McDonough as Dum Dum Dugan made the movie
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Posted On:7/26/2011 4:27pm
Style: SAMBO/BJJ/Judo and others
I thought it was OK. I felt the pacing was up and down and "hail hydra" annoyed the crap out of me (damn you Disney!). Still, it was a lot better then the last Captain America movie......
Posted On:7/26/2011 4:30pm
That's for the fanboys. That's what they yell in the Comic Books you can't blame Disney for that one..
Posted On:7/26/2011 7:09pm
Glad to hear that it's a good film, I plan to see it when it gets released in the UK. I've always been interested in the character, however it was after his "death", when I started to get into and really appreciate the character. Cynics discredit him as just a Pro-US propaganda, which was true during WWII (then again, Hilter was an actual villain) and during the Red Scare (later retconned as an unstable replacement known as 50's Cap), but anyone who still think he's pure propaganda obviously never read his comics.
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