History Awesome / Blade

29th Sep '17 4:59:43 PM Saveelich
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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance the very year after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan'' -- the rest is history.

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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance the very year after the {{genre|killer}}-killing ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan'' -- the rest is history.
29th Sep '17 4:58:55 PM Saveelich
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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance the very year after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.

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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance the very year after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.
''Film/SpiderMan'' -- the rest is history.
16th Jun '17 6:55:54 AM Saveelich
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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance after the very year after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.

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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance after the very year after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.
16th Jun '17 6:54:49 AM Saveelich
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* Meta: ''Blade'' was the first bona fide success ''ever'' for a theatrically released movie based on a Marvel property, grossing three times its budget and garnering a cult following over the years. Previous attempts were best summed up as outright {{Box Office Bomb}}s like ''Film/HowardTheDuck'' or stinkers that didn't make it to theatrical release like ''Film/{{Captain America|1990}}'' or ''Film/TheFantasticFour''.

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* Meta: ''Blade'' was the first bona fide success ''ever'' for a theatrically released movie based on a Marvel Creator/MarvelComics property, grossing three times its budget and garnering a cult following over the years. Previous attempts were best summed up as outright {{Box Office Bomb}}s like ''Film/HowardTheDuck'' or stinkers that didn't make it to theatrical release like ''Film/{{Captain America|1990}}'' or ''Film/TheFantasticFour''.
15th Jun '17 9:44:57 AM Saveelich
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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.

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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance after the very year after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.
15th Jun '17 9:44:36 AM Saveelich
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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/{{XMen|1}}'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.

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** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/{{XMen|1}}'' ''Film/XMen1'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.
15th Jun '17 9:44:03 AM Saveelich
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* Meta: ''Blade'' was the first bona fide success ''ever'' for a theatrically released movie based on a Marvel property, grossing three times its budget and garnering a cult following over the years. Previous attempts were best summed up as outright {{Box Office Bomb}}s like ''Film/HowardTheDuck'' or stinkers that didn't make it to theatrical release like ''Film/{{Captain America|1990}}'' or ''Film/TheFantasticFour''.
** Not only that. It sorta kicked off the Comic Book Movie Renaissance after the ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' disaster, followed with success by ''Film/{{XMen|1}}'' and ''Film/SpiderMan''.
30th Jun '16 1:53:15 PM bt8257
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* It's a bit too long to be the subject of MemeticMutation, but: "Some motherfuckers are always tryin' to ice skate uphill." BAM!

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* It's a bit too long to be the subject of MemeticMutation, but: "Some motherfuckers are motherfucker's always tryin' to ice skate uphill." BAM!
17th Jun '16 2:43:25 PM Damar
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** One vampire even mutters "Oh Jesus it's Him!"
7th May '16 6:01:13 AM MHMhasf1998
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* Right after Blade escapes his bonds during the climax and Quinn attacks him, Blade pulls out a garrote wire from his vest and in one clean motion, swipes Quinn's head off and snatches his trademark shades from it in the air. Simple, but incredibly cool.
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