The only way I'd ever buy a Madden game is if there's a rhythm mini-game of the Super Bowl Shuffle. Either a kinect swaying back and forth or uses Rock Band instruments or whatever. I'M NOT HERE TO START NO TROUBLE, I'M JUST HERE WANTING TO PLAY A GAME ABOUT THE SUPER BOWL SHUFFLE.
Also you're all abunch of lazy assholes in this thread! I Post abunch of nerdy shit about comic books and comic book movies and none of you jerks have the decency to post the Homer Simpson nerd clip for me? You all disappoint me! Especially you Tyler! You know the deal and the pattern! YOU KNOW I'D DO THE SAME FOR ANY OF YOU JERKS!
Sorry Captain America was overlooked. X-Men: DOFP was a complete mess and I could care less what critics say. Grammar obviously isn't my strong suit. I was going out on a limb by saying Superheroes are on the decline. Location, like what type of audience sees a particular movie designates what could be "high grossing". Anyways I'll agree I was wrong about CA: Winter Soldier but X-Men First Class far and away had greater twists with less plotholes than DOFP.
That's like your opinion, but a 92% Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and it making nearly 300 million dollars more than it's previous highest grossing title (X3) shows that superhero flicks haven't hit the wall. That and growing popularity of thing's like conventions (Salt Lake City Comic Con which is now in it's second or third year is expecting at least 100,000 people in attendance) and the fact comic book sales have seen an annual increase (13% I believe in the past year alone) in sales shows that superhero things if anything are only getting more popular.
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