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Do yOU EVER JUST SEE A REALLY ATTRACTIVE PiCTURE OF YOUR FAVOURITE CHARACTER AND YOU JUST

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Henry Cavill on set in Detroit, Michigan (Aug, 20,2014)  while filming “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice [via MTV News]

I don’t know. The truth is a matter of circumstances. It’s not all things to all people all the time. And neither am I.

Natasha Romanoff » Captain America: The Winter Soldier

“Acting with Adams was also really fun. Amy is the most unselfconscious actress I’ve come across in a while. She’s not afraid to make a fool out of herself. She is spookily talented.” – Emily Blunt.
I was immediately impressed at how much fun she was having while looking absolutely fabulous in her couture gowns. I don’t manage to do either of those things with much grace and was chastened into looking for a way to try and enjoy the ride.” – Frances McDormand.
Amy has a little light on inside her that burns — sometimes a soft light, sometimes a hot little blue flame, but you are aware always of the light. It is her immediacy as an actress, that present quality that makes her special.” – Meryl Streep.
[For about five minutes, he spoke of his admiration for Adams’s talent, generosity and work ethic. He spoke of how he believed people often misunderstood Amy. How in reality she was harder to pin down than she might seem. How she purposely kept a little mystery about herself.] “And for an actor that’s good,” he said. “More should do it.” – Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Happy 40th Birthday, Amy! (Born August 20, 1974)
Anonymous: if you're still having issues with itunes, close out of it then open it back up and restart the download

I was able to get the movie downloading again. Unfortunately, it had to start all over. Thanks for the advice. I’ll try it out first the next time I have problems.

"…Because the ugly truth of it is, Batssss >sigh< is that you love me more than them. You know it, I know it, and now they know it, too. They know how you want me to kill them.”

Batman: Death of the Family

itunes sucks. i bought a movie last night and it was downloading today. itunes froze, so i had to restart my computer, and now the movie’s no longer downloading. i try to resume it but all it says is “zero kb of 4.36 gb” and then i get an error message saying the network connection timed out. what am i supposed to do? 

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The difference between DC and Marvel

dicknightwingrayson:

just-whelmed:

grootsdabae:

How DC ends their movies:

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How Marvel ends their movies:

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This sort of just confuses me. What are you trying to say? That DC is wrong because they choose to have Superman kill Zod and then show how anguished he is over that decision? And by the way, Man of Steel didn’t end with that scene, it ended with Lois and Clark smiling at each other and a dorky “Welcome to the Planet.” How is that any less happy then a dancing tree or a schawarma date?

And over at Marvel, with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, they ended it by showing Steve’s solemn decision to go after Bucky with Sam’s help, with Nick Fury going into hiding to check out some fishy stuff in Europe, with Natasha having to make more covers because she blew all hers, with SHIELD down and out while HYDRA still exists. And to top it off, the after credit scenes include showing Baron von Strucker with Loki’s scepter and two people he turned into lab experiments, not to mention the fact that Bucky goes to the museum to see his own face on display with his life summarized and sealed off with a date of death.

Marvel isn’t always “happy, happy, joy, joy” and DC isn’t always death and destruction, though that’s usually what people tend to focus on. The Dark Knight Rises ended with a note of hope and the message that anyone can be a hero. Man of Steel ended with Clark finally figuring out who he is and who he wants to be. Just because you don’t like one doesn’t mean it’s any less right or good. 

Ok i’m going to preface this by saying I am a huge DC AND Marvel fan.
DC just has a far less enjoyable cinematic universe. Yes it is overly dark and that is something it can be criticised for. Superman (to me) is like an embodiment of everything we can be as a species. The very best that we can be. That means not killing your enemies. Yes he had no choice but did the writers have to write him into a situation where he had no choice? No they didn’t! It wasn’t a bad film overall it just wasn’t a good Superman film. 
So yes it was wrong for Superman to kill Zod. Because in no Superman origin story should he have to kill someone. 

Marvel does not have a perfect cinematic universe and diversity of all kinds is needed for both DC and Marvel. But Marvel movies have more variety of tone and are generally just more enjoyable if you aren’t in the mood for constant “Darkness is cool guys”. Yes Marvel isn’t always “happy, happy, joy, joy” but they are lighter in tone much more often. Sometimes I like to laugh in movies and I would love DC to make things a little less crazy serious. 
DC has animated series/movies 
Marvel definitely has the cinematic universe.

Just because you’re a fan of something doesn’t mean you can’t accept that it has its flaws. Because We all know DC has messed up a lot in recent years *cough* new 52 *cough*. I would love for DC to have movies as good as Marvel but at the moment…they just don’t. 

The thing is, DC doesn’t yet have a cinematic universe. The Dark Knight Trilogy was its own thing, as were the films before it. They aren’t crossing over like Marvel. DC is only now starting their cinematic universe with Man of Steel, going into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and all the other films they have so-called plans to make (Aquaman, Wonder Woman, whatever). 

Yes, their films in general are dark and I understand why some people don’t like it or would criticize it, but not being as enjoyable as Marvel isn’t a criticism that should hold up. It doesn’t have to be filled with jokes or dancing or witty one-liners to be a good movie. That’s not me saying that all their films are good regardless of this, it’s just me saying that I can find enjoyment in the dark and gritty world of DC just as much as the light and colorful one of Marvel. I’m sorry if you and other fans of both can’t.

I agree that Superman should be a representative of humanities best qualities. How does killing your enemies make you less of a person, though? Captain America is also an embodiment of humanity and he has no qualms about killing. He’s a soldier. That’s what he was trained for. Does the fact that he kills make him less? Does the fact that Batman doesn’t make him more? My answer is no.

The writer’s didn’t have to write MOS that way, but they chose to for a reason. They made it clear Zod couldn’t be sent back to the phantom zone (or whatever it was called) like the other Kryptonians. So how do you stop him from killing others? By killing him. And I bet that’s going to be what makes him decide not to kill again. Yes, it was wrong for him to kill Zod and he knows it; it was not, however, wrong for the writers to have him make that choice. And I also disagree about it being a bad Superman film. It had flaws, absolutely, but I still really enjoyed it and a lot of people did too. Of course, this is all subjective.

Marvel has the variety in tone, that’s very true. But DC could get there and people don’t think about that. I also like to laugh in movies and of course that’s one thing Marvel’s good at. DC could use a few lighter moments, but the last thing I want is for them to try and emulate Marvel instead of trying to improve on themselves. 

Like I said, it’s all subjective. Captain America: The Winter Soldier is my favorite superhero film of all time. My second is probably The Dark Knight. I can accept that DC has flaws. I just can’t accept that people seem to think they need to bash DC to make Marvel look better. Let’s be critical fans, not hateful and petty.

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The difference between DC and Marvel

grootsdabae:

How DC ends their movies:

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How Marvel ends their movies:

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This sort of just confuses me. What are you trying to say? That DC is wrong because they choose to have Superman kill Zod and then show how anguished he is over that decision? And by the way, Man of Steel didn’t end with that scene, it ended with Lois and Clark smiling at each other and a dorky “Welcome to the Planet.” How is that any less happy then a dancing tree or a schawarma date?

And over at Marvel, with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, they ended it by showing Steve’s solemn decision to go after Bucky with Sam’s help, with Nick Fury going into hiding to check out some fishy stuff in Europe, with Natasha having to make more covers because she blew all hers, with SHIELD down and out while HYDRA still exists. And to top it off, the after credit scenes include showing Baron von Strucker with Loki’s scepter and two people he turned into lab experiments, not to mention the fact that Bucky goes to the museum to see his own face on display with his life summarized and sealed off with a date of death.

Marvel isn’t always “happy, happy, joy, joy” and DC isn’t always death and destruction, though that’s usually what people tend to focus on. The Dark Knight Rises ended with a note of hope and the message that anyone can be a hero. Man of Steel ended with Clark finally figuring out who he is and who he wants to be. Just because you don’t like one doesn’t mean it’s any less right or good. 

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Heroes

Superman/Batman
This is done for CWT37(Comic World in Taiwan).

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battbaby:

With out sound his lips read
‘You piece..of poo poo’

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