Bring on Captain America - my childhood favorite
I once said something very similar to my dad about the computer, something he never misses a chance to remind me of. It is the height of ironic considering my current occupation. :kick_can:And now for my next prediction. The microwave oven is doomed to be nothing more than a gimmick. Real cooking will always be done using the conventional oven. And the 't-shirt' is a passing fad.
That is all.
Interesting - I never saw it, but friends who did all said it was one of the worst movies they've ever seen. I don't know if any of them were fans of the comic or not.The only real comic book I saw accurately translated was Watchmen and thats really just because they went strictly by the story and didnt try to put their own spin on it.
a cheaper option no doubt. problem is...we bought our daughter an Xbox for XMAS. we now have to reserve the big screen with her!Funny you say that FS. My wife and I were talking about this the other day. With the advent of the HD TVs and awesome home theater, I bet a lot of families are coming to the same conclusion you are. I wonder if movie companies will start allowing the option to view movies in our homes for $25-35? Instead of paying the crazy theater prices, why not stay home and enjoy it on your HDTV with a bowl of popcorn?
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