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Avengers EndGame discussion. SPOILERS! 1 month 4 weeks ago #25

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Avengers EndGame discussion. SPOILERS! 1 month 4 weeks ago #26

Its weird, first impression is I didnt like it. I'm not sure why, feels like I should have liked it. I think it was objectively good, but something feels off. Will need to mull it over a bit, maybe see it again before I decide anything.
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Avengers EndGame discussion. SPOILERS! 1 month 4 weeks ago #27

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This makes me wonder about Spider-man Far From Home... Did all of Peter's 'friends' get dusted? Or does it take place before Infinity War? Because Ned, Flash, and MJ all getting dusted seems like a bit of a probability issues/suspension of disbelief issue.

Also, I don't think Tony actually dusted Thanos and co. I think he sent them back to their original timeline with their memories erased.
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Avengers EndGame discussion. SPOILERS! 1 month 4 weeks ago #28

Xavon wrote: Also, I don't think Tony actually dusted Thanos and co. I think he sent them back to their original timeline with their memories erased.


Interesting theory. The timelines are messed up anyway so dunno why it would matter. Also Tony never claim across as that type of guy to me. If he would have the chance to kill Thanos I think he would take it, because he is Ironman.
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Avengers EndGame discussion. SPOILERS! 1 month 4 weeks ago #29

As I was watching it there were some parts that I thought were pretty bad. That didn't seem to fit or flow well. However it was easy to get wrapped up in the film and at the end I thought "that was pretty good". But thinking about it afterwards I'm coming back to it just being ok. Parts were choppy in the storyline, the time travel was just too easily done, captain marvel and thor should have easily smashed thanos without the glove, etc, etc. But do I care to see it again...not sure yet...
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Avengers EndGame discussion. I am sure spoilers 1 month 4 weeks ago #30

Jeff321 wrote: Also I was amused how Captain Marvel is so OP but was absent for most of the movie... seems like it would’ve been way easier if she were around the whole time. She just shows up at the key moment to ensure the victory. Thanks for being fashionably late.


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In the Lord Of The Rings novels it was Gandalf. Yada, yada, yada.
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Avengers EndGame discussion. I am sure spoilers 1 month 4 weeks ago #31

We saw it on one of the first showings Thursday night, I didn't want to take any chances of it being spoiled. I'm glad we saw it when we did, when we got out and passed the lines for the later showings, the lines were longer than I've ever seen for that theater, and every parking spot was taken with cars parked along the side of the road all the way to the stoplight.

I thought it was incredible, they knocked it out of the park. Lots of great humor, I think my favorite bit of humor is still when the younger Captain America says "I could do this all day" and the older one just brushes it off like he's heard/said it too many times before. So many other instances when the entire audience was laughing, crying, or cheering. Great ending for Captain America, as well as for Iron Man (obviously a lot sadder).

I doubt all the time travel stuff really makes sense, but I'm totally OK with that. I have a feeling they aren't going to be addressing that five year gap much in the future, or the impact of half the population just showing up five years later at the age they were at when they disappeared.

I was really happy with how they handled Captain Marvel, one of my all-time favorite characters. Since she sometimes went years between comic book appearances, it's pretty amazing she's now starring in the top two movies, one of which s blowing away all-time box office records. I'm pretty sure they make her less overpowered in her sequel (but probably still the most powerful Avenger), the director said as much after her first movie.

I wonder how many of the still-dead characters will stay dead. Vision is clearly coming back, in the Wanda Vision series. Loki may still be alive, or the version that got the Tessaract and disappeared may be replacing "our" Loki, since he has a Disney+ series, although that one could be just past stories of him. It does seem odd that Black Widow is really dead, if she really does get her movie (which seems likely since they've hired a Director and other cast members). It seems that even if it's a prequel, interest in it will be much lower if she's still "dead" in the current MCU time. Maybe they already have plans to resurrect her somehow before her solo movie comes out.

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Avengers EndGame discussion. I am sure spoilers 1 month 2 weeks ago #32

After some more time (and a second viewing), I strongly suspect that we won't see the results of the 5-year gap until we actually get to 2023. I suspect that the movies between now and then wind up taking place in the alternate timeline where Thanos disappeared in 2014 and thus the snap never happened. So Peter's friends are the same age, because the snap didn't randomly choose any of them. Same for the Black Widow movie, she never tossed herself off the cliff. And so on...

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Avengers EndGame discussion. I am sure spoilers 1 month 2 weeks ago #33

Fiddy wrote: After some more time (and a second viewing), I strongly suspect that we won't see the results of the 5-year gap until we actually get to 2023. I suspect that the movies between now and then wind up taking place in the alternate timeline where Thanos disappeared in 2014 and thus the snap never happened. So Peter's friends are the same age, because the snap didn't randomly choose any of them. Same for the Black Widow movie, she never tossed herself off the cliff. And so on...

Pretty sure they have already said most of Peter’s friends were part of the snap so they missed the 5 years as well.
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Avengers EndGame discussion. I am sure spoilers 1 month 2 weeks ago #34

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Fiddy wrote: After some more time (and a second viewing), I strongly suspect that we won't see the results of the 5-year gap until we actually get to 2023. I suspect that the movies between now and then wind up taking place in the alternate timeline where Thanos disappeared in 2014 and thus the snap never happened. So Peter's friends are the same age, because the snap didn't randomly choose any of them. Same for the Black Widow movie, she never tossed herself off the cliff. And so on...

Pretty sure they have already said most of Peter’s friends were part of the snap so they missed the 5 years as well.


I read that some of Peter's classmates (I'm guessing none of the main cast) weren't snapped and are in college.

I do think that the movies will largely ignore the impact of half of the population disappearing for 5 years though. I'm still a bit curious now Captain Marvel didn't age at all in 20 years, which they didn't address. Maybe it's a result of getting powers from an Infinity Stone, or maybe the Kree blood infusion, or maybe relativity effects.

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Avengers EndGame discussion. I am sure spoilers 1 month 2 weeks ago #35

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The question has been asked and official answered. Like Peter, Ned, Flash, and MJ were all caught up in the snap. And the new trailer confirms Far From Home (july 2nd release) is post Endgame. As in, starts less than an hour after.
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Avengers EndGame discussion. I am sure spoilers 1 month 2 weeks ago #36

Xavon wrote: The question has been asked and official answered. Like Peter, Ned, Flash, and MJ were all caught up in the snap. And the new trailer confirms Far From Home (july 2nd release) is post Endgame. As in, starts less than an hour after.


Starts less than an hour after...
1. The battle
2. The funeral
3. One of the other endings
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