Meh — I mostly enjoyed the first TF movie upon my first viewing, simply because of the novelty of seeing the robots blow shit up in their first live-action appearance, but it really doesn't hold up at all on repeat viewings. All the stupid dialog and lowest-common-denominator characterizations that could be tolerated… » 4/09/15 2:42pm 4/09/15 2:42pm

It seems they're not trying for the look of the old translucent head piece with the skull underneath, and that's fine. The final appearance of the Alien in the movie appeared to have an opaque head with no eyes or skull shapes visible, so there's really no need to simulate the Kenner Alien toy head from 1979. » 3/25/15 2:32am 3/25/15 2:32am

Yeah, it looks like the Enterprise frisbee probably doesn't fly too well, but honestly - do you think most Trekkies are going to spend any amount of time flinging this thing around the yard and scrambling after it, or will they set it quietly on a display shelf so it can remain in 'mint' condition? » 3/10/15 5:15am 3/10/15 5:15am

The thing that I don't get about the concept of oversized armor suits is, how exactly does the user "wear" the armor if it's so big? Where do Tony Stark's arms go inside that thing, for example? The shoulders are so wide, that Tony would have to hold his arms out almost perpendicular from his body just to get his… » 3/10/15 1:05am 3/10/15 1:05am

You make a valid logical point, but from an emotional standpoint, I think "cruelty" is part of the reason why so many fans feel justified in erasing the events of Alien3. After becoming so invested in the characters of Hicks and Newt in Aliens, having them unceremoniously die off-camera at the beginning of Alien3 » 3/02/15 6:58am 3/02/15 6:58am