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Apr 12
10

Are you sure they were all white in Wrath of Khan? I’m watching it right now and they all have different division colors. The only white ones were command.

Apr 12
2

I originally had 7... but I think it’s 6.  ST 2-6 + Generations = 6.  Was it in any of the other movies?

Apr 12
5

My mind is blown. Yes, this must totally be it. “Let’s create a top 10 list of some fan-beloved property and leave out the most popular item! The comments section will blow up!”

Apr 12
13

Don’t forget Generations.  They were in Generations as well.

Apr 12
21

Ummm... how does this list miss the best uniform from any era? The Monster Maroons? It’s not like they weren’t used for 6 feature films.

Mar 11
16

Man, I loved this show when it aired.  I would love to see a series that picks up where the original story left of, 10 years later, rather than a completely new reboot.  Though I do understand how that’s a harder series to market.

Mar 2
2

I think they referred to him as a “Child of the Watch” which I guess could potentially be a subsect of Death Watch.

Jan 5
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From the trailers I totally thought that was how it was going to go down.  That Steve was some sort of illusion that Max Lord conjured to fuck with her and get her distracted and off balance.

Dec 30
1

FWIW, it’s set up pretty early in the first act that Lord’s orchestrating a Ponzi scheme which - last I checked - is a definite legal no-no. Read more

Dec 30
6

Totally agree, but really what repercussions could he have gotten? No legal repercussions at least, as it would be very difficult to prove that he was magically granting wishes to everyone. Movie suffered from lazy writing in my opinion.

Dec 30
4

Someone elsewhere in the comments mentioned how the ending is preposterous because there’s no way EVERYONE would take back their wish, which I pointed out as a way the DCEU can loophole any future changes/plot points. “Oh this person made a wish back in 1984...” Read more

Dec 29
3

More than that, it would have been interesting if one of the boys was Conner.

Dec 26
6

So, your argument is that it’s not really rape as long as the victim isn’t conscious of it or has no recollection of it? Or is it as long as they’re not conscious and someone else also says it’s OK to use their body? Not really sure what you’re getting at here.

Dec 26
9

One of the many things, yes. Lazy writing is lazy writing, no matter how you slice it. There are moral and ethical implications of just taking over someone body like that, but the writers didn’t even bother exploring that even a little bit.

Dec 26
16

Not to mention Diana and Steve have sex, right? That guy definitely didn’t consent to his body being used sexually. Read more

Dec 20
2

From what I hear it is not Mark Hamill de-aged. It is the actor Max Lloyd-Jones playing the part with Mark’s face “deepfaked” over his.  As for the voice, I’m not sure if they de-aged Mark’s voice or got a voice-a-like actor to do it.  Hamill was of course involved and credited because, well, it’s his face!

Nov 18
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Maybe this Imperial squadron had a few Defender prototypes on hand.