It'd be interesting if an MCU X-Men movie had lesser-known and more recent hero Armor as Wolverine's sidekick, basically having their personalities and powers play off each other like the comics.
Doctor Doom should be a recurring villain like Loki, appearing in multiple movies with different starring characters, as either the lead villain, side villain, or greater scope villain, before setting up an adaptation of Secret Wars where he becomes the ultimate big bad.
Disagree. I think sitting and thinking of the best plan of action should be the first step for anyone. And the thing many people don't want to accept: sometimes doing nothing is the best plan of action, or simply waiting things out.
It is better to be lucky than good (ie: skilled, not good like a priest).
Agree to a point, if it is done well, it can be a fantastic complimentary sound, but it takes real masters to try and make things not sound generic, and you should have musical skill besides that.
Classical and Neo-Classical music is massively underrated in modern times.
Totally agree, it isn't entirely by IQ tests either, just to throw that out. Though both are solid indicators in most cases, they just aren't the whole story.
There is no such thing as 'superhero burnout' in the movies, it is just good movies or bad ones.
Even as someone who usually sides with Trump on a lot of issues... I would definitely agree with that, and one of the issues I do have with him.
Magik has a much more fun idea behind her teleportation than does the nuances of Nightcrawler's.
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