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March 4, 2016 8:11 pm  #41


Re: The Avengers

Well he was in love with other people and they couldn't stop him, he found his match I guess.

I love that quote: "Things started to change when I met my life partner, Mrs. Downey. She told me, ‘I’m not doing that drug dance with you. I’m drawing a line in the sand here.’ She was absolutely clear about it. That doesn’t mean that other women, business associates, movie directors, insurance companies, judges and law enforcement hadn’t been clear about it too. It was that, before I met Mrs. Downey, I just didn’t give a goddamn. What changed is that I cared.” http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/love.png

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March 4, 2016 8:32 pm  #42


Re: The Avengers

Aw.


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March 6, 2016 6:54 pm  #43


Re: The Avengers

I thought RDJ was brilliant in Chaplin. He has enormous talent and his timing is superb. I would like to see him stretch himself more though. Mark Ruffalo is just so lovely. I really admire Scarlett Johansson's work as well although I do wish Marvel movies had more dynamic and independent female roles/characters not ones that hang-off the male characters in one way or another.


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March 6, 2016 6:59 pm  #44


Re: The Avengers

After the SH films I binge-watched on RDJ films. He is excellent and I would wish to see him doing something different than Marvel. I really like his Iron Man but he can do so much more. "Fur" with Nicole Kidman is still one of my favourites. And I liked him very much in "Less Than Zero" even if the film was not very good as an adaptation. And, yes, there is of course "Chaplin" which is wonderful. 
 


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March 6, 2016 7:58 pm  #45


Re: The Avengers

Davina wrote:

I thought RDJ was brilliant in Chaplin. He has enormous talent and his timing is superb. I would like to see him stretch himself more though. 

SusiGo wrote:

After the SH films I binge-watched on RDJ films. He is excellent and I would wish to see him doing something different than Marvel. I really like his Iron Man but he can do so much more. "Fur" with Nicole Kidman is still one of my favourites. And I liked him very much in "Less Than Zero" even if the film was not very good as an adaptation. And, yes, there is of course "Chaplin" which is wonderful. 
 

Totally agree with both of you. 

Oh yes "Fur" that was fantastic. 

By the way I also liked him in "Home for the Holidays" and in "Ally McBeal" oh and in "Good Night and Good Luck" small part but still.
 

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January 2, 2017 9:04 pm  #46


Re: The Avengers

Not a Marvel fan, but being the mother to a 7 year old boy, I didn't really have a choice but to watch a lot of Marvel movies...

​Super heroes are not my thing, so I was more interested in Tony Stark as his super power is his brain and not some super strenght or whatever. I really like his personality. Like he pretends not to care when he's probably the most selfless character of MCU. He's not flawless of course, and he made some enormous mistakes, but all he wants is to help others. I felt so bad for him in Civil War.

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​ It does make the movies more entertaining though! lol


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January 3, 2017 8:54 am  #47


Re: The Avengers

Tony Stark/Iron Man is my fav Marvel hero/Avenger but that may change because Doctor Strange !!http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/love.png

I love the character development done with Iron Man and Hulk especially.
Civil War I didn't care for much because (don't hit me, please !) I HATE Captain America ! The one thing I liked in this movie was the fun new Spider-Man !
Anyway, I can't wait to see the next Avengers !!


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