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Subj: Re: What If: Marvel MCU Movies were made in the 90s?
Posted: Fri Dec 13, 2019 at 11:39:28 am EST (Viewed 394 times)
Reply Subj: Re: What If: Marvel MCU Movies were made in the 90s?
Posted: Fri Dec 13, 2019 at 03:43:51 am EST (Viewed 525 times)



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    Um... there was a Marvel (TV) movie in the 90s. It had David Hasselhoff as Nick Fury. It was not well received, mostly because Hasselhoff did not have the proper gravitas for the character.

When I finally watched it a couple of years ago, it actually wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Cheesy, sure.

Don't forget the Generation X TV movie. I just remember rolling my eyes when Banshee is trying to recruit a new kid to the school and he tells the parents "we're going to train your kid to be a superhero." I thought the idea was train them to use powers safely? Supposedly the plaque from the front gate for the Xavier Institute was the same one they used in the first X-Men movie a few years later.

Also, Captain America came out in 1990.

Blade, for that matter, came out in 1998 , the same year as Nick Fury. Quite a difference in quality.


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