"Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

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"Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

Postby StrictlyCinema » Tue Apr 19, 2011 4:51 pm

How do the action figures for "Thor" measure up to the real thing? Take at look at the comparison pictures of Thor, Odin and Heimdall.
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Postby dayraven » Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:34 pm

he's comparing the thor figure to the actual norse god? i gotta call shenanigans right from the get go, since real thor was a redhead and well noted for his bristling beard.
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Re: "Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

Postby StrictlyCinema » Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:24 am

Ha! Well, the real movie thing ... and speaking of which, I've added two more figure to movie character comparisons -- Loki and Sif!
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Postby dayraven » Wed Apr 20, 2011 1:52 pm

StrictlyCinema wrote:Ha! Well, the real movie thing ... and speaking of which, I've added two more figure to movie character comparisons -- Loki and Sif!


you do know you're totally allowed to hang about a bit and chat, right?

for example... what's your preferred genre of film?
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Re: "Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

Postby StrictlyCinema » Fri Apr 22, 2011 11:41 am

Thanks for the invite to chat! I love all genres, but am partial to sci-fi and huge fan of the superhero genre. Also love horror, but mostly the classic Universal and Hammer horror stuff. Musicals are great, if they'd make more than one a year!
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Re: "Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

Postby dayraven » Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:01 pm

StrictlyCinema wrote:Thanks for the invite to chat! I love all genres, but am partial to sci-fi and huge fan of the superhero genre. Also love horror, but mostly the classic Universal and Hammer horror stuff. Musicals are great, if they'd make more than one a year!


bet your an anne hathaway fan. she's retardedly talented. i admit to being a complete fool for ella enchanted, in part due to the singing, and in part due to her awesome boobage. just saw "love and other drugs" a couple weeks ago and fell in love with her all over again.

the superhero genre has, up till what, three years ago, turned out a load of crap, generally, but we're finally seeing the spandex freaks getting their fair shake. i have this sinking fear that green lantern is going to be to be a CGI orgasm and little more. we'll see though. i must say though, most movie people credit x-men as the first real good superhero movie, and that's just not true... BLADE was the first good one. (though the Crow predates Blade, and was excellent, it was too much not the O'Barr Crow to really count)
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Re: "Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

Postby StrictlyCinema » Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:34 pm

Anne Hathaway? She's been hit and miss for me, but think she showed some guts trying to make something out of her hosting gig at the Oscars, so I respect her for that. Would have preferred Marion Cotillard as Catwoman, but won't second guess Chris Nolan after Heath. Besides, he got Marion in the film anyway!
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Re: "Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

Postby Lay Ze-Man » Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:28 am

Marion Cotillard as Catwoman? Sign me up!!!

Nothing against Hathaway, but on paper, she's more CatGIRL or something I don't know.

But I definitely trust Nolan in the casting department, so I'm not down on Hathaway or anything for that very reason.
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Postby TSR » Wed Apr 27, 2011 8:52 am

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Re: "Thor" Action Figures Comparison To Movie Characters

Postby dayraven » Wed Apr 27, 2011 10:47 am

bles you sir... she's gives great boobage from any angle really.
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