no one has mentioned it, but the original punisher movie with dolph lundgren sucked ass. i think it was made in like 1990-91. it was horrible, wasnt similar to the comic except his name and his family getting killed. he didnt wear the skull shirt even. its a complete waste of time for anyone who hasnt seen it, same with captain america which came out around the same time. the new punisher i thought was pretty good. i read alot of the comics when i was younger and thought it was pretty well represented.
i liked the hulk as well. it was more than just action, it had a story behind it too. the multi screen shots were cool too, just like a comic. i loved watching him rage out on the tanks. that was more like the comics there, unlike the tv show. i hope they make a second one, since they have the characterization done in the first one. i wish he would have said his trademark “hulk smash”
both x men were good. its a huge comic series with many characters, so its tough to pick which ones to have in the movie and takes a while so everyone knows their background. iam a bit disappointed about all the kids in the movie. iceman shouldnt be that young, same with rogue. i would have liked to see more of cyclops, he is in the comics alot more.
spiderman was alright, i dislike how they changed some of peter/spidey in the way he delivers his web. i thought tobey was too geeky to be peter parker. he is kind of a nerd, but not that bad. i heard somewhere that they are planning something like 6 spiderman movies. spiderman 2 wasnt as good i dont think. they had women screaming too much in it.
i read daredevil, he is pretty good. the movie sucked. i dont know how much to blame on ben affleck and how much on the story. it was hard to distinguish what i disliked more.
as for those coming up i found this
[quote]Marvel Character Feature Film Line-Up For 2005
-Elektra, New Regency/ Fox - Filming completed, Jan. 14, 2005 release
-Fantastic Four, Fox - Filming started, July 1, 2005 release
Marvel Character Feature Film Line-Up For 2006
-X-Men 3, Fox - May 5, 2006 release
-Iron Man, New Line Cinema - Script, Slated for 2006
-Ghost Rider, Sony - Script, Director, Pre-production, Slated for 2006
-Luke Cage, Sony/Columbia - Script, Director, Slated for 2006
-The Punisher 2, Lions Gate - Writer, Director, Slated for 2006
-Deathlok, Paramount - Script, Director, Slated for 2006
Marvel Character Feature Film Line-Up For 2007
-Spider-Man 3, Sony/Columbia - Director, May 4, 2007 release
-Namor, Universal Pictures - Script, Slated for 2007
-The Hulk 2, Universal Pictures - Development, Slated for 2007
-Wolverine, Fox - Development, Slated for 2007