Views of Alex

swatlock:

Pop Culture References in Shrek 2 (1/?)

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awkward-lee:

Achievement Hunter Presents: GO! #26 

My problems with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 aside, THAT scene that plays out towards the end is probably going down as one of my favourite cinema moments ever. Every time I watch it I flinch and dread the result even though I know what’s going to happen. On my initial viewing I just had my hand to my mouth as everything happened and it seemed to take an eternity.

You had faults Amazing Spider-Man. You had many a notable fault. But damn can you deliver memorable moments and continue to play in my mind a week afterwards and still dwell on those moments.

GTA V - Capture

boara:

game of LIES

ohai-mg:

I do like the new Spider-Man movies, but when people hail it as being more accurate to the comics than the Raimi stuff was, I’m just like “no”

This. Half the characters in the new movies are nothing like their comic counterparts- their 616 ones at least. Captain Stacy, Max Dillon, Dr Kafa, even Gwen to an extent. I get they’re going by the Ultimate Comics but Dr Kafka is the total opposite of his 616 counterpart, for several reasons.

Marvel Sequels: No One Ever Gets a Haircut

Let’s Play Minecraft - The Golden Hoe [Jack challenges an Enderman to a fist-fight and loses.]

letloosethekraken:

aloki:

queenqueercutie:

saintbucky:

Anthony Mackie being the first black superhero (and making Bill O’Reilly uncomfortable) on Jimmy Fallon (x)

The first African-American su—

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HANCOCK

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MR. AND MRS. MARSHALL

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BLADE

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CATWOMAN

Spawn Michael Jai White

SPAWN

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STORM

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STEEL

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NICK FURY

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BLANKMAN

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STEVE MONTGOMERY

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JOHN WRAITH / KESTREL

The 10 Best Black Superheroes In Movies

DARWIN

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HEIMDALL

Children calm down firstly Falcon is the mainstream first African-American superhero, he predates Storm by almost 6 years in comic book form. Also thats not from Hancock it “I, Robot” and Darwin was created for the movie and Nick Fury and Heimdall have always been white.

It’s almost as of there’s years of comic history that predates these movie superheroes.