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Silverlady



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2014 2:36 pm    Post subject: Wolverines claws.... Reply with quote

Wolverines claws in the latest Xmen movie caught me out in an embarrassing moment last night.
I came to the Xmen movies a tad late and was unawares that dear Wolvie's talons were his natural mutation. I had thought the titanium blades were added to him and so when he steps back in time in the latest film and appears in a 70's scene with bone/plastic looking extensions, I found myself innocently asking my friend, "Are they like some crazy hard Tuppaware plastic that was around in the 70's?" My friend did not answer me, but laughed heartedly instead.
It was a very exciting scene and I soon relaxed to the concept that they were his natural bone. Sorted.

The movie was funny, quirky, very exciting and had plenty of depth. I loved it. I totally recommend it for a great movie night.

Cheers, Silverlady
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 20, 2014 8:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you enjoyed that one, I would recommend the original X-men movie.
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