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The four suggestions so far. Six numbers left, if anyone wants to suggest something.

3. Sam Vimes and Lady Sybil, repairing bicycle tires ([livejournal.com profile] vatine)
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4. Richard Jeperson and Barbara Corri, cooking a cake ([livejournal.com profile] john_amend_all)
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8. Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak, unblocking the drain ([livejournal.com profile] john_amend_all)
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9. Emmett Brown and Clara Clayton, dusting ([livejournal.com profile] lost_spook)
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I saw two films in the last week, and enjoyed one of them a lot more than the other. MASSIVE SPOILERS for both.

Batman vs Superman Dawn of Justice )

Zootropolis )
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Well, some of these got a bit away from me. One of them ended up a double drabble…

(Feel free to suggest some more; this was fun.)

Agnes Nitt (for[livejournal.com profile] john_amend_all)

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Black Widow (for [livejournal.com profile] vatine)
(I was really struggling with making them Tom Sawyer crossovers, and I just gave up. Sorry. Some are alternate comicverse, some are alternate movieverse, depending on what I had an idea for)

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MCU Captain America and SW:TFA Rey (for [livejournal.com profile] silly_swordsman)
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Yeah, okay, so it's just all going in one big post. As ever, spoilers ahead. Lets do this.

Husbands of River Song )

Star Wars: The Force Awakens )

Dickensian )

The Abominable Bride )


Jul. 22nd, 2015 03:49 pm
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I saw this yesterday, it was really good.
spoilers! )
daibhidc: (Sci Fi)
That was really good!
spoilers )
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Keep meaning to say -- shortly after seeing Muppets Most Wanted I saw two reviews claiming it wasn't as good as the last one. They are wrong.

The Muppets was good, but it was kind of "Hey, remember the Muppets? You liked the Muppets, didn't you? Okay, here's all the things you liked about the Muppets. Remember now?"

Muppets Most Wanted, IMO, was more "Okay, we know you like the Muppets. Now here they are doing something different."
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Just realised I've got out of the habit of doing a write-up of films I've watched. So here's a quick comment on the last three films I saw at the cinema. All contain spoilers.

Iron Man 3 )

Star Trek Into Darkness )

Man of Steel )
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(Contains very mild spoilers for Muppets Most Wanted; nothing you wouldn't pick up from the basics of the pre-publicity so far.)

So I've just learnt that back when The Muppets was still a vague idea Jason Segel had for a film called The Greatest Muppet Movie Of All Time!, Ain't It Cool got hold of a script. And one of the concepts that didn't make it into the film we eventually saw was "Ms. Piggy ends up in jail. In the cell next to her is Charles Grodin, still incarcerated after The Great Muppet Caper."

Now I can think of two reasons that scene didn't make it in. 1) The whole "Piggy in jail" storyline, whatever it involved, was apparently abandoned and 2) Nicky Holiday was arrested in London, so why would he be in jail in Hollywood? (Or Paris, if this scene was before they got the gang back together.)

Muppets Most Wanted is going to be set in London. And it involves Kermit being mistaken for a criminal.

daibhidc: (Sci Fi)
That was, well, amazing.
Spoilers! )
daibhidc: (Sci Fi)
Or, as it's apparently known in this country, Avengers Assemble (although they apparently didn't make that decision early enough to make an actual Avengers Assemble logo, or even borrow Marvel UK's one, so they just bashed it out in a metal-effect font and called it a title screen.)

Apart from that niggle (and a couple of other niggles), awesome!
spoilers )
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Having missed X-Men: First Class and Green Lantern, a quick check of my local listings confims that I've missed Captain America: The First Avenger as well...
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(Unlike the previous one, the title and default frame give it away...)
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So ... movieverse Prof X is still British, but Moria Mactaggart is now an American CIA agent?

The phrase "What the flip?" springs to mind...
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I'm not usually a fan of romantic comedies, but there's something about this one that interests me...


May. 28th, 2011 06:36 pm
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Hey, I saw this on Monday, and never posted a review!
I say thee SPOILERS! )
daibhidc: (Sci Fi)

Cool, it's got the Ultimates' "This-is-what-a-WWII-superhero-would-actually-wear" costume, which was probably the best thing in Ultimates! And it looks like it doesn't have Ultimates' "A-WWII-superhero-would-actually-be-kind--of-a-jerk" thing.
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Memed from [livejournal.com profile] tiggerallyn

Here’s how it works: go to Wikipedia (as the most convenient resource), and copy the list of movies that were released in the year when you were 12 years old. Mark in italics the movies that you’ve seen. (Not necessarily that year.) Mark in bold the movies that you own on video, DVD, Blu-Ray or whatever. If you’re not sure if you’ve seen a movie, you haven’t.

I was 12 in 1988.
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