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Pip the Troll
just got home form watchin daredevil
and i must say for everyone who thought that Ben Afleck couldnt do daredevil you were wrong
he did an aweosme job as did the rest opf teh actors
dam is michael clarke duncan big
really really big
it was an aweosme movie, only one part i didnt like but and it has ot do with the fight scene finale, (without spoiling anythin basically Daredevil gets hurt and then smokes everyone) with his injury it wanst super beilevable
also question?, now i m not a huge daredevil reader but what i have read suggests he never kills?
now ive alwyas viewed it as he never kills but in the first big fight scene he does?
anywyas i wont say anythin cause i dont want to spoil anything
the movie was awesome they did his radar excellantly and his jumping form roof top to roof top was aweosme too
In the comic where Bullseye kills Electra, DD goes after him and they duke it out for awhile until DD and Bullseye are hanging from a clothesline. Daredevil lets him fall with intent to kill him (he was only paralyzed).
In another comic, DD squares off against Punisher as PUnisher is about to take out a mob boss. He disables DD with a high-frequency sonic weapon and when he comes to He's tied to an AC unit on the rooftop and has a gun tied to his hand. Punisher is set up to take his shot at the mob boss and tells DD if he wants to stop him he has to shoot him.
The gun is empty, but DD pulls the trigger.
But in other stories he has refused to kill when given the opportunity, so it really depends on where the writer goes with it.
<<In the comic where Bullseye kills Electra, DD goes after him and they duke it out for awhile until DD and Bullseye are hanging from a clothesline. Daredevil lets him fall with intent to kill him (he was only paralyzed). >>
And this sequence of events is mirrored almost exactly in the movie, except for the specifics of Bullseye's fall.
To put it in Champions RPG terms, Daredevil doesn't have the Psychological Limitation: Code against killing. (In the way that, say, Superman or Spider-Man does). What he does have is the default "Reluctance to kill." Which makes sense. Most human beings who aren't psychotic are reluctant to kill. Even soldiers would be hesitant to kill someone in a non-warzone situation.
So I don't have a problem with DD killing someone, as long as he isn't doing it willy-nilly.
I think that this has the potential to be a really good film. But my attitude going into it is: I'm hoping for "Blade" quality. I'd be happy if I get "X-Men". And if it turns out to be "Spider-Man" I'll be ecstatic.
Pip the Troll
k i understand
as for siperman versus Xmen id take Xmen, i find i cnat watch spiderman multiple times i own it and have only seen it twice
i really hated mary jane, lol she was a slutin the move, dating like 4 guys in 1 movie
i also think that daredeil is a movie that i could watch over again as well
im not sayin spiderman wanst a good movie but i jsut cnat for osme reaosn keep watchin it, guess its missin somethin for me
Better than Blade (with debate, but I'm not fan of vampires).
More faithful to the comic books than Blade, Xmen, or Spiderman (or Batman or Superman for that matter).
Not as "fun" as Spiderman or Xmen, but still great.
It was a little too short-and-fast, but that didn't bother me too much.
I'll buy the DVD, and probably try to see it in the theaters again just for the visiuals.
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