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  1. I do like this idea, but if I'm honest, I'm not looking forward to the necessary sad soap opera necessary to set this up. On an up note, the women in our lives will be dragging us to theater see this!
  2. Keep these updates going, much appreciated! 😎👍
  3. That's just awesome! Very excited for this!
  4. I was more positive on the potential of the game, so I'm glad to see this progressing. Of course we all just watched Thor kill a bunch of bad dudes with that fucking hammer, that just happened!
  5. Congrats Carlos! 😎👍 That clip, yikes! That was like Madmen from Dover!
  6. As it stands, the only way I'd purchase a new Switch is by moving on from our current one. (Not happening for a Lite) Now if they figure out the notion of 'family library', we'd certainly be happy to add more devices, which in turn would increase our game purchases. I really do hope they get their shit together in this regard!
  7. This! Meh! I'm surprised anyone has an appetite for another Toy Story. I really enjoyed the first three, but a fourth film seemed unnecessary, and that trailer would seem to confirm it. The positive reviews are kinda surprising.
  8. The out-of-context possibilities with this statement are gold! Find your new forum signature!
  9. I think this game looks fine, needs a lot of tweaking it seems, but I rarely expect much from these type of adaptation titles. Spiderman was anomaly, but hopefully it's success inspires this game to get polished before release. All of this under the context that I have no clue when it's being released.
  10. This update/ event looks great, and the trailer is FANTASTIC!
  11. I've never seen John Wick, but I've been wanting to see them all now. That triple feature sounds like a great way to see them all for the first time. Enjoy the shit out of that, I'm jealous! 🙂👍
  12. It could have been fairly simple, I did agree with Joey's original assertion. But you are right Keith, the more they talk the more complicated things seem to getting. I kinda wish they at least had a unified 'official's vision before all of the interviews. It doesn't have to be all company line, but at least a consensus of time travel & multiverse structure. It hasn't even felt like they've been playing coy or subverting, it just feels like they are still in mid-conference on concepts.
  13. Haven't played Megaland, but but people seem positive on it. It's on sale at Target for $11.50. https://slickdeals.net/f/13076983-megaland-board-game-11-49-target
  14. Bumblebee - It was a good movie, nothing special, but enjoyable enough. The whole family enjoyed it! It's kind of a shame that it came at this point, it would have been magic had it been the beginning of Transformers in movies. (Animation withstanding). Imagine an alternate reality where Bumblebee was a small first Transformers movie ever, a testing of the waters to see what the public's appetite is for Transformers and the nostalgia surge it would surely produce. People would have enjoyed this movie, but more importantly the anticipation for where a future franchise could go and grow would be significant. Unfortunately we don't live in that timeline. We live in one where the Transformers brand was whored out, chewed up and pissed on. I can't imagine there's a lot of public energy/ interest left for the brand. Hell, everything like this also now must try to exist in the shadow of Marvel. It's good for us as consumers that the bar has been raised, but it's gotta be one hell of a headache for other similar studios/projects/franchises. We deserve Bumblebee, it's a great middle finger to the Bayverse shit. And Gen 1 is what we always should have gotten! It's easy to forgive Bumblebee's issues due to 'all the above", but sadly and to the contrary, it's also difficult to love the movie for much of the same reasons. As good as it is, it really should have been even better. Romier mentioned that John Cena basically sucks (paraphrase), and if this was the first ever Transformers movie not a single person would give a shit. But we've endured enough BS, so it's difficult to put up with him at this point, even given that this movie is still such a fresh breath of air for the brand. The rather lame storyline revolving around Bumblebee going to earth ahead of the other Autobots would have barely registered with a hungry audience, but history as it is, the story is eye roll inducing at times. I don't know how this is reading, but I did like Bumblebee, and I would give it a healthy reccomend. One must simply go in with tempered expectations and proper perspective.
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