Thread: USA, 2011: Captain America
7/27/2011 3:14pm, #31
It was on Syfy. I tried and still can't make it through the movie.
7/27/2011 3:32pm, #32
With the source being VHS stock.
With a few additional 35mm shots added in.
He's planning on doing the same with Cyborg and a Christopher Lambert film he directed called Mean Guns.
7/27/2011 3:42pm, #33
Ha hahaha......Does that mean we will get the Dr. Strange BluRay edition?
7/27/2011 3:54pm, #34
7/27/2011 4:06pm, #35
Okay no. That Nick Fury was garbage. It wasn't the worst, but it was bad.
7/27/2011 4:19pm, #36
11/19/2011 12:16am, #37
Meh to this movie. Was okay, you didn't miss too much if you didn't see it.
Ending was stupid, Captain can fly that little bomb propeller plane, fly it accurately into the big ship. Then because the big plane is on autopilot he can only fly the plane into the ground.... Not to mention crossing the Atlantic from the Alps in a matter of minutes with WW2 space technology.Surfing Facebook at work? Spread the good word by adding us on Facebook today! https://www.facebook.com/Bullshido
11/19/2011 1:20pm, #38
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Second of all... the controls were smashed during the titanic battle between the two Super Soldiers, Captain America and Red Skull. Maybe he couldn't pilot the plane with the same precision he piloted the buzz bomb. Maybe all he could do was ditch the plane.
Maybe... Oh, hell. These guys had the same problem you did:
But how else was Cap going to end up on ice for 70 years so Nick Fury's MiB could revive him to lead the Avengers?
4/04/2012 11:30am, #39
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2/16/2013 2:13am, #40
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you know, going over the review section again, it occurred to me that the Avengers only came out this past summer, even if it feels like much longer than eight months ago. i was kind of taking a break from review movies, as you all noticed, but did really no one else bother to write up a review of one of the best comic book movies of all time? i bring this up only because Cap's arc does kind of finally close as he comes to terms with living in the present and it would have been nice to see someone else comment on that.
i don't really know how i feel about working on the backlog of films i missed while on hiatus. they're films that aren't close enough to be timely, but not really old enough to be considered classics either.