SR Geek Picks: Every Animated ‘X-Men’ Intro; 10 Major Movie Plot Holes and More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find the ’90s X-Men cartoon theme song played by Cyclops and Wolverine; some LEGO couch potatoes; the top 10 major plot holes in movies; a letter CinemaSins Jeremy wrote to the MPAA about the work they do; and a Tauntaun butcher shop poster. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post!

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SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY: Red Viper vs. The Mountain

Tonight on Game of Thrones, will it be a man made of rock or the Lord of Casterly Rock?

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All Animated X-Men Intros

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’90s X-Men Cartoon Theme Played by Cyclops and Wolverine

Wolverine and Cyclops play the X-Men theme on guitar an ukulele.

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10 Astonishing Facts about X-Men

To celebrate the X-Men’s return to the silver screen we’ve explored the truth behind the gates of Professor X’s academy. From Wolverine’s penchant for hot pants to the siblings with a questionable relationship, you’ll be astonished by what we’ve uncovered.

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Top 10 Major Plot Holes in Movies

Warning: SPOILER ALERT!!

When you pay close enough attention, some things don’t quite add up… Join WatchMojo.com as they count down their picks for the top 10 major plot holes in movies.

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LEGO Couch Potatoes 570x492 SR Geek Picks: Every Animated X Men Intro; 10 Major Movie Plot Holes and More

Aquaman, Optimus Prime, and Batman from Angus MacLane’s Lego couch series.

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Dear Hollywood – MPAA

A letter CinemaSins Jeremy wrote to the MPAA about the work they do. He hasn’t heard back yet.

NSFW Language.

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Top 10 Movie Opening Credits

Tauntaun Butcher Shop Poster 570x637 SR Geek Picks: Every Animated X Men Intro; 10 Major Movie Plot Holes and More

Perfect for a galactic butcher shop far, far away, the Tauntaun Cuts print highlights the choicest cuts of meat inside the furry snow-romping creature which, though they smell bad on the outside, are delicious on the inside.

Available June 1st, 12noon PST exclusively at super7store.com. $50 ea.

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That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.

Today’s picks have been brought to you by: CinemaSins Jeremy, Wooden Nickel ShortsSuperPunchWatchMojo.comMatthew ListerAnimation Guru and Alltime10s.

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  1. I rather liked the opening credits to Oz the Great and Powerful.

  2. The Japanese intro to Xmen TAS is phenomenal.

    • There was actually a Japanese intro for the early 90′s X-men series that’s not shown in the above video. It’s pretty cool because it shows Cable, the Brood and Omega Red. You can see it in Youtube by typing in “X-men animated anime opening.” It will be the first video in the list. CRY FOR THE MOON!

  3. Lol… I could talk all day about the plot holes in batman and man o Steele…

    • I couldn’t. I tried with my brother some time back but that conversation only lasted 5 minutes. I guess we enjoyed them too much to sit picking things apart needlessly and couldn’t think of many plot holes to discuss.

  4. It would be awesome to see the X-men films all done 90′s cartoon style. Someone please get on this could be awesome to see.

  5. I didn’t it realize this before the x men intros are all just roll calls reminds me of expendable trailers.

  6. The 2011 anime opening is reminiscent of the 90s cartoon opening, with similar intros to each of the main characters

    The best opening is the 90s anime opening, followed by the 90s original opening, the 90s original opening has the best music

  7. Movie opening sequences: The opening to UltraViolet (Milla Jovovich) is rather spectacular… should be atleast an honorable on that top 10