Marvel General: I love the Powerglove, it's so badorAfter The ApocalypseEdition Previous thread ==> >>46850 Remember to use spoilers. Is it all down hill from here? Has Disney's Marvel cinematic universe set the bar too high? Will audiences ever reach peak super hero fatigue? Is anybody actually watching the Marvel television series?
Random assored thoughts on Infinity War: That movie did not feel like a three-hour film. Every one of the major heroes got themselves a great moment, and that was just wonderful. Watching Widow, Okoye, and Wanda team up was such a great thing. Strange's Time Stone trip is going to play into the endgame in the next Avengers film and I can't wait for it. ROCKET YOU AMAZING ASSHOLE, WHY DOES THE UNIVERSE CONSPIRE TO MAKE YOU FEEL SO AWFUL. Thanos is the second-best MCU villain behind Killmonger, and neither one of those assertions are subjective. “You should have gone for the head” was such a chilling and perfect line. Ten bux says all the deaths caused by The Infinity Snap will be undone, but all the other deaths will be permanent. If Phase 3 does not end with Tony and Pepper’s wedding, I will be so nettled.
Until further notice, I'm just going to presume that Thanos's understanding of interplanetary resource management was shaped by Mojo somehow manipulating him his entire life, for the purpose of turning the wars against him into a television series. It'd both cover why he has such a bad grasp of how population growth works (Does he plan to keep snapping that finger every fourty or so years?) and be an excuse to have Mojo in a movie.
Saw Deadpool 2. Overall pretty good, but I have mixed feelings about it. Very weak first half, full of stupid bullshit, and the jokes were not funny. Actually the whole film isn't as funny as the first. But once Cable arrives it picks up and stays strong, and rockets to awesome whenever Domino is onscreen doing her luck hax. Also the post-credits scene is legendary.
(Meant for here but I accidentally posted this in Godzilla thread)