clipsie: (boosh!fashionsmarmy)
Because I want to talk about Iron Man 3. I want to talk about Iron Man 3 so fucking much right now. A cut, because I don't know what all I'm going to say, so potential spoilers? )

And that's about it. Folks who haven't yet watched it, watch it. It's worth it. Also, this soundtrack. The piece for the ~fun credits~ (Can You Dig It (Click it, you know you want to.)) was seriously, it was so great and fitting, and I really loved the title credits (why, yes, I was aware they were called that, but ~fun credits~ is more fun to say). *-* The humour is also seriously on point.

On another note, this was my first outing to a movie by myself, ever, and it was so great. I might actually just go by myself more often. Fuck going with other people. I can totally deal and I rather liked it, since I could do my own processing on the way home (which was full of squeaks and squeals, and I just, yes).
clipsie: (v6!masaleanonhand)
So, I've forever had a love/hate relationships with comic books. Too expensive in my opinion (I am cheap), but something I've always been curious about (okay, so when I get my mitts on them, well, I get careful and in love), and thus it has taken form into loving all the comic movies! Except The Dark Knight, that shit was boring. I know that there is a division in the world of movie loving on The Dark Knight, but I still can't seem to see what is so great about it. It was decent in my opinion.

Anyway~ Yesterday, for the midnight viewing of The Avengers, I dragged off two co-workers (one I had gone to War Horse with (two Hiddleston movies) and the other I forgot had a really loud laugh...), one friend of a co-worker (and fellow Firefly fan), and my sister (who was clearly getting tired during the movie and thus I believe only normal viewing times for her from now on, but then again, it's a shock she even came, and I don't know if it is exactly her cup of tea, but now she wants to try and go again, so...). I do wish the others had done their research before the movie though. If you want a synopsis, look it up yourself. I stayed as far away from that kind of stuff as I could.

I will also note I do not understand and have quite the dislike for the phrase "the only person I could ever imagine in this role", especially when they're the only one who has played it! Just, who else would you imagine anyway? Now, if you can compare and contrast, that's an entirely different story, which brings me to this point, I have yet to see The Incredible Hulk, so I cannot compare and contrast, where as, if we're talking about Batman, I'd tell you right away my favourite movie Batman is Michael Keaton, but I love Batman Forever for Robin.

THE MOVIE IS MADE OF TEARS, HILARIOUS, AND FANTASTIC! Spoilers are likely. )

As this was my first midnight viewing ever, I must say, I rather enjoyed myself, being in a cheering crowd, and it was just an amazing atmosphere. I may have to make a habit of this. Definitely my most favourite atmosphere ever, though I do wonder if I'll drag people along again. I've never been this excited for a movie before, so I jumped on the chance of seeing the first viewing possible in town.

I WANT TO WATCH THIS MOVIE AGAIN! SERIOUSLY! I LOVED IT!
clipsie: (v6!masaleanonhand)
So, I've forever had a love/hate relationships with comic books. Too expensive in my opinion (I am cheap), but something I've always been curious about (okay, so when I get my mitts on them, well, I get careful and in love), and thus it has taken form into loving all the comic movies! Except The Dark Knight, that shit was boring. I know that there is a division in the world of movie loving on The Dark Knight, but I still can't seem to see what is so great about it. It was decent in my opinion.

Anyway~ Yesterday, for the midnight viewing of The Avengers, I dragged off two co-workers (one I had gone to War Horse with (two Hiddleston movies) and the other I forgot had a really loud laugh...), one friend of a co-worker (and fellow Firefly fan), and my sister (who was clearly getting tired during the movie and thus I believe only normal viewing times for her from now on, but then again, it's a shock she even came, and I don't know if it is exactly her cup of tea, but now she wants to try and go again, so...). I do wish the others had done their research before the movie though. If you want a synopsis, look it up yourself. I stayed as far away from that kind of stuff as I could.

I will also note I do not understand and have quite the dislike for the phrase "the only person I could ever imagine in this role", especially when they're the only one who has played it! Just, who else would you imagine anyway? Now, if you can compare and contrast, that's an entirely different story, which brings me to this point, I have yet to see The Incredible Hulk, so I cannot compare and contrast, where as, if we're talking about Batman, I'd tell you right away my favourite movie Batman is Michael Keaton, but I love Batman Forever for Robin.

THE MOVIE IS MADE OF TEARS, HILARIOUS, AND FANTASTIC! Spoilers are likely. )

As this was my first midnight viewing ever, I must say, I rather enjoyed myself, being in a cheering crowd, and it was just an amazing atmosphere. I may have to make a habit of this. Definitely my most favourite atmosphere ever, though I do wonder if I'll drag people along again. I've never been this excited for a movie before, so I jumped on the chance of seeing the first viewing possible in town.

I WANT TO WATCH THIS MOVIE AGAIN! SERIOUSLY! I LOVED IT!

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