Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by eagc7, Apr 22, 2018.
It’s in the post credit scene
The closing credits and Marvel logo supposedly has the sound of Tony Stark hammering. A nice touch IMO. What he made, or set in motion, will keep going on after him.
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I... really didnt like it. I'll write my thoughts when i get back home.
That will only affect movies if they set them in the alternate timelines, though. The main timeline wasn't changed by the time travelling.
Did they use the thank you Stan intro that was used in Captain Marvel?
Spoiler: My review
It started off so good in my opinion, but they tried to rush through the entire time travel plot right from when it was an idea to being a complete success in 15 minutes. It was so rushed and sloppy, and the editing was really off. Infinity War had almost no plot, but this one had too much. They should've made this into a two parter instead, 3 hours were not enough to tell this particular story. And they did a really sloppy job explaining the travel as well, it just didnt add up. I liked Infinity War better which is a shame, cause i don't even like that one very much to begin with. But it was more coherent and better made.
My son made a recap video real quick after watching it last night for those who crave spoilers:
My expectations were blown away TBH.
I don't like the ending.
They definitely underexplained that aspect, on how its mechanics work within the MCU. At least 2 incidents messes up things.
Also I thought it was hilarious that both
Ancient one and Frigga
had bigger roles than Captain Marvel.
Five years ago when we had the Phase Three announcement event, and they announced Infinity War Part 1 and 2, I added a calendar event in my phone to mark the date. I remember how it used to take a little bit to scroll to the day of.
And here we are. It’s in my phone notifications, “Endgame tomorrow at 7 PM”.
What a journey.
What ones were they?
It seems that state is temporary n more related to his state of mind (he is a ‘god’) since during the fight he looks ‘normal’.
One u mentioned (which i think is intentional), the other being the one involving 2 people because where the stone was kept i imagine its trickier to just ‘put it back’.
Too bad they wasted it on Captain Marvel.
I saw it on a weekday morning showing and the cinema was packed. Crazy. It was a very interactive young crowd, lot of fun.
You’ll cry, you’ll laugh, you’ll cheer (in this exact order). I was bawling every other scene. A lot of OH SHIT moments.
It really is amazing to see a decade of movies culminate like this, DC may be great with individual characters but i cant imagine their current team achieve this coherency in vision. When they talk about marvel universe, they mean marvel UNIVERSE - a believable reality where heroes n villains do battle. Thoughts on the original avengers arcs:
- banner finally learns to live with himself.
- nat and clint, both with dark past, both redeem each other.
- thor, burdened by responsibilty and expectation finally finds true freedom.
- tony proves he has a heart.
- steve finally does something for himself.
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