@OpenSorce: The bullet was the thing that made Xavier crippled in X-Men: First Class.
@Justin555666: You are absolutely correct about this learning, but I wan't to let you know, that this movie isn't tied to the others.
We don't know that the paralysis from the bullet is permanent. He could have lost his ability to walk later due to complications (like having the bullet removed years later). Also, Xavier often projected his image in the minds of others. He was usually walking upright in these projections.
I have a feeling few people knew who he is, but he's going to get a lot of people afterwards going "Hey, it's you! You're the guy that saved the el-train full of people I was in!" And he'd be like "Shut up shut up shut up!"
Cloverfield Somehow a giant monster running around New York decapitating the Statue of Liberty is not unrealistic in the slightest, but the fact that the damn camera battery lasted so freaking long really gets to people. (1) Comments
as someone with an actual stutter, I'll go on record saying that that actually works, believe it or not. There have been times when I've been stuck on a word and then repeatedly said shit in frustration and i didn't stutter when saying shit.
Predators If the black guy doesn't die first, he'll die second...ugh. (1) Comments
2012 Old white guys are racist enough to stop speaking with their kids because they married outside their race, but still open-minded enough to have close black friends and use phrases like "cramps my style." (1) Comments
I highly doubt the film makers were thinking "lets portray this kid as a metro-sexual" even though they didn't specify if the kid was gay or not they sure made it seem that way - his likes and dislikes, way of speaking and moving, fondness of sewing, etc. Who really cares, this site is supposed to be a funny site where we poke fun at movies and that is what I'm doing!
Yeah I've read those books, and you would THINK they would love it, but they really don't. They say it's just entertainment, and the only reason they added those references was to make a movie. I put this up to warn potential victims of philosophy teachers hehe. I for one really loved the philosophy in this movie and was actually very obsessed with this movie for a long time. I'm still kinda, sorta, obsessed with it...
Well right before Neo dodged bullets, he was shooting at the agent. The agent also dodged the bullets and it wasn't in slow motion
War of the Worlds (2005) Your son runs towards giant things killing the Army soldiers en masse with heat rays and lasers? 1. Don't do anything serious to try to stop him. 2. Don't worry, he'll be fine for no apparent or adequately explored or explained reason. (2) Comments
Um, it's not a true story. No one ever said it was
Law Abiding Citizen No matter how right the character might be in wanting revenge, the main star that sold him down the river and left the murders and rape of his wife unpunished will be the good, righteous guy and will win in the end. (2) Comments
Well to be honest, he killed a lot of people who had done nothing wrong and I think it shows that revenge is never the right solution. I get what you're saying about Jamie Foxx's character, but I'd like to think that he learned from his mistakes.
Hurt Locker, The If you decide to be a suicide bomber, be sure about it, it's going to be hard to change your mind. (1) Comments
Vantage Point When you're an American tourist in Spain getting away from your wife for a while, and the president gets shot, and you realize you have the shooter on camera, and you were in close proximity to a huge bomb going off, and you help chase down Spanish cops, and you witness said Spanish cop get shot by secret service agents, and you risk your life by diving into traffic and grabbing some little girl who completely f**ked up your pants with her ice cream, and your wife calls you back to see what's going on, the response "No, I'm OK" will suffice. No need to go into detail. (1) Comments