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Faelco said:


Amazing movie, made me cry a few times. Perfect end for several key characters, it will be hard to continue without Cap and Tony honestly. They need to find a great actor to carry the Avengers movies from now on, and they didn't find yet (Black Panther, Spiderman and Captain Marvel are very far from this level for now).


Chris Pratt, I think, is worthy of being the new front man of the MCU, at least for a little while.  Guardians are extremely popular and adding Thor in makes them that much more of a must see movie.

I actually think they might wait 5+ years until the next Avengers.  In the meantime they can use Guardians and Black Panther as the top box-office event movie of the year.  Both series are extremely popular.



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The_Liquid_Laser said:
Faelco said:


Amazing movie, made me cry a few times. Perfect end for several key characters, it will be hard to continue without Cap and Tony honestly. They need to find a great actor to carry the Avengers movies from now on, and they didn't find yet (Black Panther, Spiderman and Captain Marvel are very far from this level for now).


Chris Pratt, I think, is worthy of being the new front man of the MCU, at least for a little while.  Guardians are extremely popular and adding Thor in makes them that much more of a must see movie.

I actually think they might wait 5+ years until the next Avengers.  In the meantime they can use Guardians and Black Panther as the top box-office event movie of the year.  Both series are extremely popular.

Wasn't it said somewhere that they're pushing for Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) to be the new face of the MCU going forward?



I thought it was the serum that Cap stole! Lol! Well, now that Pym is alive and well and Tony perfected fucking time travel before he died, nothing is off limits.



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Heavy film for me...very heavy.

And I sat through and watched the entire film in one-sitting without any bathroom breaks. I was biologically and constantly dehydrated from the persistent sweat pouring from my facial orifices.



d21lewis said:
I thought it was the serum that Cap stole! Lol! Well, now that Pym is alive and well and Tony perfected fucking time travel before he died, nothing is off limits.

That's why I hate time travel.  It's one giant plot hole.



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For the movie to constantly bring up how time travel works, their excuse for sending the stones back was invalid, as there's always going to be an alternate universe that didn't get the stones replaced.  They could have simply taken them back to not be a target in the future, and gotten away with it.  Other than that, I enjoyed the movie.  Hated MK11's story so much I didn't even bother playing it, so to see avengers doing the same thing, I was thinking they were going to mess up really badly.

Movie was a 8.5 out of 10 for me.  That one issue bugged me, but the rest of the movie, I enjoyed.  Not even thor bothered me.



As a DC fan, I was gonna nitpick this movie to death, despite the fact that I really enjoyed it (for example, how did Scott Lang find his name amongst the BILLIONS of people who died--and how was he so sure it was him?) but one thing stopped me:

Kevin Smith.

I love that guy so much and his spoiler talk... It really made me less cynical and appreciative of just what Marvel had done. Now, I'll defend this film to the death.



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Mospeada21CA said:
Heavy film for me...very heavy.

And I sat through and watched the entire film in one-sitting without any bathroom breaks. I was biologically and constantly dehydrated from the persistent sweat pouring from my facial orifices.

I know man, there must have been someone chopping onions into the AC in our cinema during that 3rd act, very distracting!



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Just got back from watching this again tonight.  Parking lot was very full.  It felt like a weekend even though it was actually Monday night.  The theatre I went into was about 80% full and of course about 1/3 of the screens were showing Endgame.  


At the rate this is going it could be at 2 Billion gross by the end of next weekend.  It's kind of nuts.

Bristow9091 said:
The_Liquid_Laser said:


Chris Pratt, I think, is worthy of being the new front man of the MCU, at least for a little while.  Guardians are extremely popular and adding Thor in makes them that much more of a must see movie.

I actually think they might wait 5+ years until the next Avengers.  In the meantime they can use Guardians and Black Panther as the top box-office event movie of the year.  Both series are extremely popular.

Wasn't it said somewhere that they're pushing for Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) to be the new face of the MCU going forward?

I haven't heard that from any official source like Feige or one of the directors.  Do you have a source for that?



Burning Typhoon said:

For the movie to constantly bring up how time travel works, their excuse for sending the stones back was invalid, as there's always going to be an alternate universe that didn't get the stones replaced.  They could have simply taken them back to not be a target in the future, and gotten away with it.  Other than that, I enjoyed the movie.  Hated MK11's story so much I didn't even bother playing it, so to see avengers doing the same thing, I was thinking they were going to mess up really badly.

Movie was a 8.5 out of 10 for me.  That one issue bugged me, but the rest of the movie, I enjoyed.  Not even thor bothered me.

I think, it's more because of the explicit request of Strange's master to bring them all back to the place they got them, otherwise I don't think they would have bothered bringing them back at all.