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 Posted: Mon May 6th, 2019 09:22 pm
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I have seen the movie a couple times. I really enjoyed it.  Some have complained that the first part of the movie dragged but I thought there was a nice build. I enjoyed watching how they were adjusting to how the world was. Some people wanted non stop action from beginning to end.

 I loved Thor. He has become my favorite avenger. I didnt see him as a fat bum. Just that he was messed up from what happened to him. He lost his whole family, he lost asgard, and he didnt kill thanos and prevent the snap. They may have played it a little too much for laughs but thankfully Chris Hemsworth has the comedic talent to pull it off. And I really liked his scenes with his mom. Call me a softy I guess. And he returned to being a badass by the end anyways. looking forward to what they do with him and the guardians in the future.

I am going to miss Chris Evans and Downey. It will be hard to replace those guys. And I liked how both of their characters ended up. Although I was not happy with Cap giving the shield to Falcon. Not a fan of his at all. He should have given it to Buck.

I dont mind what they did to Hulk. He is a one note character otherwise. I thought it worked. They probably should have let him have one battle with Thanos but whatever.

I dont really care about Widow or Hawkeye. I have had trouble warming up to Captain Marvel. Dont know if its the character or the actress. Dont find her that likeable. I really like Spiderman. Tom Holland is a good actor. He really got the audiences tears flowing just with his emotion he put to it.

Crowds I saw it with were so into it. There was clapping, cheers and tears. Never seen all of that together at a movie before. One of the great things about going to the movies if the movie really delivers.

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 Posted: Tue May 7th, 2019 09:40 pm
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Even if the Black Widow movie is a prequel and the end of the line for the character, the movie can be used to introduce other heroes and villains that can be used for later films as has been the case in various Marvel movies.

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 Posted: Thu May 9th, 2019 05:26 pm
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The Russo's say Black Widow is really dead. So unless they are just trying to hide a surprise return it would have to be a prequel.

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 Posted: Fri May 10th, 2019 04:38 pm
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I think it's safe to say that Batista has found his true calling and we're all better for it.

Thor's always been a little tough to handle and mesh with the other Avengers. The only thing that really kept him grounded was the Don Blake alter-ego...then Sigurd Jarlson, Jake Foster, etc. Jarlson was mostly Thor in jeans, but even then they would intentionally write him as an awkward "fish out of water" in his everyday scenes. The MCU Thor has no alter ego, so I'm okay that they've made him more of a comedic character.

Thor's "aye, verily" and nobility antics have always been kinda' cheesy. Example from the late 60's: "Balder! Whom I greet and embrace as a brother!" No way you'd expect movie audiences to take that seriously.

I totally missed Tobias Funke in "Infinity War", and I missed the Howard the Duck cameo, this time around. Thank you, Internets.

You mentioned Sif...and I can't stand "Agents of SHIELD", so has that show explained where she's been since "Thor: The Dark World"? Valkyrie kinda' took her place in the scheme of movie things.

Oh...for the underwater earthquakes thing: I was actually thinking MOSES MAGNUM. Magnum had a an arc battling the Avengers, circa 1999. Nonetheless, those few lines of dialogue seemed a little weird, in retrospect.

I've read some fan speculation about the final end-credits noise. I think there's nothing more to it that concluding Iron Man. That's it. For instance, it's NOT a set-up for Doctor Doom. Or Ultimo or any other villain that uses metal.



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 Posted: Fri May 10th, 2019 05:29 pm
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tamalie wrote: Even if the Black Widow movie is a prequel and the end of the line for the character, the movie can be used to introduce other heroes and villains that can be used for later films as has been the case in various Marvel movies.I   " think " they are gonna introduce Taskmaster to the MCU in the Widow movie.



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 Posted: Tue May 14th, 2019 06:31 pm
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I took my daughter to see "Endgame" last weekend. We both enjoyed it but also agreed we liked Infinity War better. Hey the heel won that one right?

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