Avengers: Endgame **SPOILERIFFIC THREAD** Enter at your own risk!

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It's good. Not amazing..

The girl power moment was lame.

So long Tony
 

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Mixed bag for me. Some lame stuff. Some inconsistencies. Parts felt rushed. Some great moments.

Hate what they did with Thor. The stark difference between what they did with Tony after Avengers 1 and what they did with Thor just feels massively off.
The Vorimir soul stone stuff just felt off and rushed...especially the consequence of this scene. Seems this was why Barton was even in the movie, outside this scene he has no real relevnace.


Can somebody explain to me how all of a sudden anybody can hold an Infinity stone? Makes no sense.

Love that Thanos is a proper villain now. The charismatic noir character is gone.


There is a lot more to discuss, but will stop here for now.
 

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I'm not buying into any of the over hyped reviews coming from "influencers" about this movie, they hyped Black Panther and Wonder Woman so much that I was really let down with both movies when I watched them.
 

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Saw it, enjoyed it. Fun for the most part, but it lacked a certain something from the previous film. It all felt like different stories told into one. My biggest let down was that they made returning the stones into something that wasn't this big deal. In order for them to be properly returned, he'd have to go to Asgard, Avengers1 NY, Red Skull's planet, and his own original timeline. I did like the twist of him shacking up with Agent Carter though. Overall though, it was a pretty damn good with lots of fun moments. I kind of expected a second battle, but I didn't expect to look as cool as it did. It truly felt like a comic book come to life and really brought the nostalgia out of me. Definitely my favorite part. Also, I love their version of Hulk Banner.

Also, side note, see it the first day was a blast. Crowd was so into it and cheering/laughing for some many parts. Made the experience so much more fun and AMC were selling these cool little popcorn tins that looked pretty dope.
 

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Saw it, enjoyed it. Fun for the most part, but it lacked a certain something from the previous film. It all felt like different stories told into one. My biggest let down was that they made returning the stones into something that wasn't this big deal. In order for them to be properly returned, he'd have to go to Asgard, Avengers1 NY, Red Skull's planet, and his own original timeline. I did like the twist of him shacking up with Agent Carter though. Overall though, it was a pretty damn good with lots of fun moments. I kind of expected a second battle, but I didn't expect to look as cool as it did. It truly felt like a comic book come to life and really brought the nostalgia out of me. Definitely my favorite part. Also, I love their version of Hulk Banner.

Also, side note, see it the first day was a blast. Crowd was so into it and cheering/laughing for some many parts. Made the experience so much more fun and AMC were selling these cool little popcorn tins that looked pretty dope.
I think they kinda showed the stone returning difficulty in the scenes where they got the stones.

Isn't that the point with Avengers, to to bring all the solo stories together and ultimately converge them to completion.


Oh! One ghing I forgot to ask: Is Thor part of the Guardians of the Galaxy? As in he will play a significant roll in Guardians 3.
 

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I think they kinda showed the stone returning difficulty in the scenes where they got the stones.

Isn't that the point with Avengers, to to bring all the solo stories together and ultimately converge them to completion.


Oh! One ghing I forgot to ask: Is Thor part of the Guardians of the Galaxy? As in he will play a significant roll in Guardians 3.
Certainly seemed that way. Stoked about that, especially with James Gunn returning, though I could see Taika Waititi killing it like he did with Ragnarok
 
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Spoiler: Back to the Future was a lie!

Overall I liked it. Certainly the emotions pulled me in. From an actual plot point I would say it was ok.

I wished they stuck with the theme of the comics more.

Thanos basically overwhelmend by power to the point where he basically lets his guard down on purpose
 

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Movie ruled, got so hype when Cap picked up Mjolnir. Really felt like the first time in all of these movies that he was actually as powerful as they make him out to be in the comics, loved it. Thought the ending to his story was really great, lived a full life, and made out with his hot niece. Wins in the end for sure.

Was expecting Cap to be the one to die, so was very surprised when it was Iron Man. Tony was the real protagonist in all of these stories, so it makes sense that it had to be him that did the final snap. RIP

Fat Thor is best Thor. So stoked to see if they actually do a Asguardians of the Galaxy. Ragnarok and The GotG's were among my favorites of these movies, combining them will be magic if they decide to continue to make them (I think Chris Hemsworth's contract is up but I could be wrong).

Excited to see how Spider Man Far From Home ends Phase III of the Marvel plan, and can't wait to see what they come up for Phase IV

PS please make Dr. Strange 2
 
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Movie ruled, got so hype when Cap picked up Mjolnir. Really felt like the first time in all of these movies that he was actually as powerful as they make him out to be in the comics, loved it. Thought the ending to his story was really great, lived a full life, and made out with his hot niece. Wins in the end for sure.

Was expecting Cap to be the one to die, so was very surprised when it was Iron Man. Tony was the real protagonist in all of these stories, so it makes sense that it had to be him that did the final snap. RIP

Fat Thor is best Thor. So stoked to see if they actually do a Asguardians of the Galaxy. Ragnarok and The GotG's were among my favorites of these movies, combining them will be magic if they decide to continue to make them (I think Chris Hemsworth's contract is up but I could be wrong).

Excited to see how Spider Man Far From Home ends Phase III of the Marvel plan, and can't wait to see what they come up for Phase IV

PS please make Dr. Strange 2
They have to do Strange 2. He finally started doing cool stuff in Infinity War & End Game.
 

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Great movie - the biggest scene for me was when Cap wields Mjolnir. It all played out very differently from the old comic series (I need to read the more recent version).

I wonder where do they go from here?
 
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Maybe I forgot, but how did they get the mind stone? May have missed that as I did step out to use the bathroom really quickly at one point.
 

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I think they kinda showed the stone returning difficulty in the scenes where they got the stones.

Isn't that the point with Avengers, to to bring all the solo stories together and ultimately converge them to completion.


Oh! One ghing I forgot to ask: Is Thor part of the Guardians of the Galaxy? As in he will play a significant roll in Guardians 3.
I suppose so, but it just didn't jive with me that they didn't show anything. I would have liked to have also seen Cap and Carter actually see each other for the first time. Would have been a great scene imo.

As for Thor, he'll definitely be in GttG3. Probably play a vital role since Starlord has god genes himself.
 

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Saw it Thursday and thought it absolutely rocked! It's now my #1 superhero movie of all time, easily. Screw the haters! Movies were so much fun before the internet. Now everyone has a problem with something.
 

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Seems that way, especially with the stones being gone in their reality
Not so sure. Banners theory in Infinity War may still be in play. We have no real idea what happened in Wakanda...is very possible Vision wss downloaded.

Obviously the Stone situation means he will be a different Vision, though.
 

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Good movie. Really enjoyed it. Cap giving his shield to one of the 2 most useless Avengers puzzles me...