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    Necroth, also in my late 20s, and have seen both the live action and anime FotNS. Yes, the live action was cheesetastic. DBZ is always better subbed. I also liked Trigun and Cowboy Bebop. Never seen The Guyver.

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    I've not seen the Guyver anime, but I have seen the two live action movies ("The Guyver" and "Guyver 2: Dark Hero"). For what it's worth, they were entertaining.

    Fun Fact: The guy who played The Guyver/Sean Barker in "Guyver 2," David Hayter, is also the voice of Solid Snake in the Metal Gear Solid series. He also did the final rewrite for the first X-Men movie script.

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    According to wikipedia M. Night Shamalan is gonna write the live action version.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._Nigh...Last_Airbender

    I watched Lady in the Water last night and looked him up.
    "Its not important to be strong, its just important not to be weak."

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    Guyver 2 was the best of the live action versions.

    Their are some other good anime out there ...Air master is cool but rather short.

    Also if your going for just action gotta throw in Baki the grappler.

    If you want to try and show your age how about G-Force/battle of the Planets/Gatchaman/Eagle riders or whatever they are calling it now.

    And as for DBZ I agree it can drag a bit to much at times but it is stll a great series. My wife hated it a first but after being "forced " to watch it got into it. And my 3yr old daughter will sit there with me and watch it non-stop.

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    Hmm... I'm gonna have to disagree on Air Master. I watched three episodes, and I did not find it enjoyable. At all.

    However, I am willing to give Baki the Grappler a shot. Although I've heard that he actually doesn't do any grappling, which doesn't make any sense, 'cuz why would you call yourself a grappler if you're just a stand-up fighter and don't go to the ground at all, I mean it's just stupid, why would you--

    <head explodes>

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    It's become off topic now, but KempoFist just said Soul Calibur 3 was the best fighting game out there. This may degenerate into me bringing a copy of VF 4 Evo to a throwdown, and I will fail to see the irony, for my nerd rage will be boundless.

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    Baki starts off cool for the first few fights, but I thought once he became the champ, it got really lame.

    Oh yes, and should I mention I have seen the Live Action DragonBall movie, which was absolutely craptastic?

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    So I guess you are looking forward to the new one?

    http://movies.ign.com/articles/817/817539p1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by antman
    According to wikipedia M. Night Shamalan is gonna write the live action version.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._Nigh...Last_Airbender

    I watched Lady in the Water last night and looked him up.
    YA, Shamalam has been working on the project for quite some time. There is a conflict between him and James Cameron over the title since cameron is making another movie called avatar.( different movie) M. Night has a mixed reputation. He has made the 6th sense and signs, which are considered his best movies. But his latest films aren't as good. The village was really a lovestory / drama, not a horror film. lady in the water was just his ego at work. ( he plays a character whose book changes the world)

    What it really comes down to is how they are going to make the movies. ( there are going to be 3) Will it be simply a condensed version of the series or will it go deeper into the avatar mythology and show more of the characters background?

    As for the live action DBZ movie, I just hope that Hollywood doesn't **** it up like it did with doom. ( I mean, come on, genetically altered monsters! they are supposed to be bad ass demons from hell!)
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