Looking over your movie list. Those are some gutsy views you have on the Hulk movies. Dangerous talk my friend, I'm surprised Edward Norton fanboys haven't dog piled you more for that. For the record, I do agree with you that the Ang Lee Hulk is underrated, but I also like the Edward Norton version.
well i have to say that if i know my man ridley well egnouh hes not going to do a remake of alien, it will be a whole new thing.
especially the thing i have read about the space jockeys beeing the gods that created human. Im looking really forward to it. Also i have seen some posts here on Spill that hes doing a movie based on Cormarc Mccarthys screenplay . And this really caught my interest.
I like the cast and the director of The Amazing Spider-Man.
I think the movie visually looks spectacular and mind blowing and I do like the fact that the movie is not a total rip-off of Sam Raimi's trilogy but I dont like the idea of the movie being dark with cops chasing after Spider-Man because it takes away the light and fun tone of the superhero I loved since I saw the first movie when I was 7 years old.
Plus I hate Andrew's Spider-Man suit.
I prefer Kirsten Dunst over Emma Stone as well but she's still very atractive in my opinion.
I never took it as an attack on anybody, I was just curious on where you were coming from thinking whedon's fans turned on him for the Avengers. Personally I agree with you about fanboys, but more then that, I think that can be applied to fans as a whole. We have a very, "what have you done for me lately" thing going on the internet. It doesn't matter how many great movies you make, if you do something a fan doesn't like, they will turn on you on a dime.