Avengers:Endgame SPOILERS AHEAD

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  • Tue, Apr 30, 2019 11:16 PM

    I found the final battle a little disjointed and hard to follow with all the cameos.....felt a little forced, IMO.  Minor nitpick.

    I'm not at all a fan of comics, so the Captain America thing didn't bother me.  And I wasn't looking to dissect the time travel.  But I get it - that happens in A LOT of tv and movies where they are going for a certain outcome and are kind of ham-handed in executing it.

    It's theoretically impossible for everyone to think you did everything well.  And the better job you do, the more people you set-up for disappointment.  "Fan service" is probably a term that's thrown around far too liberally and loosely.

    Wed, May 1, 2019 8:12 AM
    posted by FatHobbit

    Logan was pretty bad ass. I think it would get even more respect if deadpool didn't come out at about the same time. 

    The current spiderman is my favorite spiderman

    I'm also curious to see what they do with captain america. I like that character but he doesn't have the super serum. So far he's just been a dude with wings. 

    Good call. Spiderman has a lot of potential too.  I have 0 confidence in the new captain america.  That character doesn't scream "must see" on the big screen. 

     

    Wed, May 1, 2019 8:33 AM
    posted by jmog

    But the world had just been completely saved along with all of the time lines. I guess I am “ok” with it I just thought you meant the fact that the way he appeared went against the rules of time travel that they had just made up in the movie. As soon as he went to marry Agent Carter he was now in a different reality and wouldn’t be able to just show up and wait. He would have had to show up on the platform with the wrist watch thing just old. 

    I'm not nitpicking the time travel thing per se, but it' plays into why it makes no sense. even in the alternate (new) timeline where he and the girl get married, post his transformation into CA mind you, he just lets Hydra run amok for 70 years while he's living his life. It doesn't go along with the 11 years of character development that had been done with him.

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