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aye lads if you don't mind leaving the above discussion outta this thread.I would appreciate it. Take it to pms or make a thread idc just dont be having that here thanks.

Last edited by Ganoncrotch - on 26 April 2019

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Their take on time travel felt like a cheat tbh. Having their cake and eating it too.

In the grand scheme of things, it's not really important though. This movie was never going to be about the details or technicalities, but rather the emotional payoff from concluding this current run of the MCU, as they get ready to hand the baton to a new generation. In that goal, I'd say they succeeded with flying colors. It doesn't matter whether this is a great self contained experience - it's more or less as solid as one could have hoped from a movie juggling as much as it is - what's important is that they stuck the landing. Tony and Cap are forever cemented in movie history.

Props especially to Robert Downey Jr, who once again does all the heavy lifting here from an acting standpoint. The MCU is going to miss him dearly.



Angelus said:
Their take on time travel felt like a cheat tbh. Having their cake and eating it too.

In the grand scheme of things, it's not really important though. This movie was never going to be about the details or technicalities, but rather the emotional payoff from concluding this current run of the MCU, as they get ready to hand the baton to a new generation. In that goal, I'd say they succeeded with flying colors. It doesn't matter whether this is a great self contained experience - it's more or less as solid as one could have hoped from a movie juggling as much as it is - what's important is that they stuck the landing. Tony and Cap are forever cemented in movie history.

Props especially to Robert Downey Jr, who once again does all the heavy lifting here from an acting standpoint. The MCU is going to miss him dearly.

aye it was a great end to their stories. Icing on a decade of sweet cake.

The awesome thing about the end of this phase is that I cant wait for that upcoming spidey movie or asGuardians of the Galaxy 3

HHHHHYYYYYPPPPPPPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE continues, with each good movie I fear that the stinker has to come at some point though... when you're at the top there's only one way to go!



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I legit almost cried during that scene when everyone came back.

It was the same emotional high I felt when I saw "Everyone is Here" during that Smash Ultimate trailer except multiplied tenfold.



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Ultrashroomz said:
I legit almost cried during that scene when everyone came back.

That scene alone made the movie worth it for me. I had many issues with the time-travelling stuff and the power levels and the handling of some characters, but that scene alone made it all worth it.



Within the span of 24 hours I have seen Endgame twice. It blows me away that Marvel manage to pulled this off, this movie was 11 years in the making and having it succeed big time. Giving both Steve and Tony a great ending to their arc's, while setting up some big implications for future films like the 5 year time jump and Thor joining the freaking Guardians of the Galaxy.



Just finished it. I have to say it started off kinda....less than stellar. The time travel stuff seemed a little like cheating and really not that creative. A lot of the dialog and jokes felt less clever than in previous films, too.

From the moment they got all of the Infinity Stones (remember when, in GotG2 it was so amazing that Peter held a stone and lived so he had to be a God?) the movie kicked it into overdrive and didn't look back. It was poetry. I'm sure, given a couple of hours, I could nitpick it all apart but for now, nothing but satisfied. I don't need another Marvel film for a long time.



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Shaunodon said:
With all the time they spent at first going down nostalgia road and the multiple time-travel buddy trips, I was worried there wouldn't be much room for the epic climax but man they fucking nailed it. Amazing how they managed to juggle all those moving parts and make it a comprehensible package.

Iron Man is the GOAT Cinematic Super Hero.

I know Iron Man was the film that started it all and he was the one who basically saved the day but I kinda didn't think he deserved the "honor". 2/3 of his films were just okay to me. Not bad but not "Winter Soldier good". In history, his books were never the most popular. He wasn't a mascot like Spidey, the first like Cap, or the Fantastic Four. But I'm a jaded old asshole. Ignore me. The way they handled his character in Civil War and the Avengers films was great.



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