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  • CaptainFantastic01CaptainFantastic01 Posts: 8,813Member Member Posts: 8,813Member Member
    AAAAAHHH.
  • MikePTYMikePTY Posts: 2,633Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,633Member, Premium Member
    AAAAAHHH.

    AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
    Spoilers!

    You've been warned.

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  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
    I can't believe AntMan didn't do the trick.... it would of worked.

    Also, thank you Marvel for spoiling your own movie by announcing a Spiderman movie before End Game was released.

    Aren't they making a Black Widow Movie? I am not really big into prequels.

    I think the biggest shock was no Adam Warlock. I thought they alluded to him in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (did some reading and it's actually for The Eternals, Marvel's next big installment). I still haven't seen Captain Marvel, and kind of wished I did before seeing End Game but it didn't seem that important as I knew the character was going to be around.
    edited April 29
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
  • CaptainFantastic01CaptainFantastic01 Posts: 8,813Member Member Posts: 8,813Member Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    I can't believe AntMan didn't do the trick.... it would of worked.

    Also, thank you Marvel for spoiling your own movie by announcing a Spiderman movie before End Game was released.

    Aren't they making a Black Widow Movie? I am not really big into prequels.

    I think the biggest shock was no Adam Warlock. I thought they alluded to him in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (did some reading and it's actually for The Eternals, Marvel's next big installment). I still haven't seen Captain Marvel, and kind of wished I did before seeing End Game but it didn't seem that important as I knew the character was going to be around.

    I’d call captain marvel nonessential reading for this one
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    I can't believe AntMan didn't do the trick.... it would of worked.

    Also, thank you Marvel for spoiling your own movie by announcing a Spiderman movie before End Game was released.

    Aren't they making a Black Widow Movie? I am not really big into prequels.

    I think the biggest shock was no Adam Warlock. I thought they alluded to him in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (did some reading and it's actually for The Eternals, Marvel's next big installment). I still haven't seen Captain Marvel, and kind of wished I did before seeing End Game but it didn't seem that important as I knew the character was going to be around.

    I’d call captain marvel nonessential reading for this one

    I figured, however, I think it would of been more awesome if I was more familiar with her powers. I also didn't recognize her some at the beginning of the movie when she was in normal clothes.
  • MikePTYMikePTY Posts: 2,633Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,633Member, Premium Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    cee134 wrote: »
    I can't believe AntMan didn't do the trick.... it would of worked.

    Also, thank you Marvel for spoiling your own movie by announcing a Spiderman movie before End Game was released.

    Aren't they making a Black Widow Movie? I am not really big into prequels.

    I think the biggest shock was no Adam Warlock. I thought they alluded to him in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (did some reading and it's actually for The Eternals, Marvel's next big installment). I still haven't seen Captain Marvel, and kind of wished I did before seeing End Game but it didn't seem that important as I knew the character was going to be around.

    I’d call captain marvel nonessential reading for this one

    I figured, however, I think it would of been more awesome if I was more familiar with her powers. I also didn't recognize her some at the beginning of the movie when she was in normal clothes.

    I think the mos relevant part of the Captain Marvel movie for Endgame was the post credits scene (which was made available online by Marvel). (Minor Spoiler)



    It shows her showing up in modern day after the thanos snap to respond to Fury's hail. So you saw how she got there to be part of the team. Without it, she kind of just shows up randomly in Endgame and you're like "how'd she get there."

    But I overall agree it wasn't super essential for Endgame. It just gave more excitement for the times her character showed up. I felt like overall Endgame handled her right. Enough time to showcase her awesomeness and to set her up as key for the next phase. But not so much that she took focus away from the original 6 Avengers, who this story was always about.
  • GymGoddessGoalsGymGoddessGoals Posts: 140Member Member Posts: 140Member Member
    Eh, it was fun. The biggest highlight for me was the Cheetos popcorn. I would watch it again on pay per view.
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
    MikePTY wrote: »
    cee134 wrote: »
    cee134 wrote: »
    I can't believe AntMan didn't do the trick.... it would of worked.

    Also, thank you Marvel for spoiling your own movie by announcing a Spiderman movie before End Game was released.

    Aren't they making a Black Widow Movie? I am not really big into prequels.

    I think the biggest shock was no Adam Warlock. I thought they alluded to him in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (did some reading and it's actually for The Eternals, Marvel's next big installment). I still haven't seen Captain Marvel, and kind of wished I did before seeing End Game but it didn't seem that important as I knew the character was going to be around.

    I’d call captain marvel nonessential reading for this one

    I figured, however, I think it would of been more awesome if I was more familiar with her powers. I also didn't recognize her some at the beginning of the movie when she was in normal clothes.

    I think the mos relevant part of the Captain Marvel movie for Endgame was the post credits scene (which was made available online by Marvel). (Minor Spoiler)



    It shows her showing up in modern day after the thanos snap to respond to Fury's hail. So you saw how she got there to be part of the team. Without it, she kind of just shows up randomly in Endgame and you're like "how'd she get there."

    But I overall agree it wasn't super essential for Endgame. It just gave more excitement for the times her character showed up. I felt like overall Endgame handled her right. Enough time to showcase her awesomeness and to set her up as key for the next phase. But not so much that she took focus away from the original 6 Avengers, who this story was always about.

    I actually figured she got the page, just didn't know they had a scene for it. So I wasn't surprised when she was there, I just didn't know she was replacing Adam Warlock's role. Also, I know they gave her an excuse to not be around but she should of been around anyway, as stopping Thanos would trump what she was doing.

  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
    What did you all think of Capt's choice to pass the shield? I think it makes sense and was a good choice.
  • MikePTYMikePTY Posts: 2,633Member, Premium Member Posts: 2,633Member, Premium Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    What did you all think of Capt's choice to pass the shield? I think it makes sense and was a good choice.

    I liked it. I think most were expecting him to pass the shield to Bucky, but I think the films have done more to set up Falcon as the type of person who is a worthy heir to the Captain America mantle.

    Of all the shows they are releasing on the new Disney+ service, it is the Bucky and Falcon show that I am most excited for.
  • InkgirlKCInkgirlKC Posts: 243Member Member Posts: 243Member Member
    My son and I saw it last night. I really enjoyed it.
  • InkgirlKCInkgirlKC Posts: 243Member Member Posts: 243Member Member
    @cee134 wrote: »
    What did you all think of Capt's choice to pass the shield? I think it makes sense and was a good choice.

    We talked about that. What made Captain American different from all others was the serum they injected him with. His replacement does not have that so how will they address that issue?
  • cee134cee134 Posts: 31,918Member Member Posts: 31,918Member Member
    InkgirlKC wrote: »
    @cee134 wrote: »
    What did you all think of Capt's choice to pass the shield? I think it makes sense and was a good choice.

    We talked about that. What made Captain American different from all others was the serum they injected him with. His replacement does not have that so how will they address that issue?

    It is straight out of Marvel Comics history and also there have been a couple Captain Americas.

    But for the Marvel Cinematic Universe:

    Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will co-star in a series about the Winter Soldier and the Falcon, distributed on the upcoming streaming platform, Disney Plus.

    So that will be interesting. And Disney/Marvel already said they will tell stories only on Disney Plus, that will link to the new Marvel movies in the future.
  • thanos5thanos5 Posts: 373Member Member Posts: 373Member Member
  • InkgirlKCInkgirlKC Posts: 243Member Member Posts: 243Member Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    InkgirlKC wrote: »
    @cee134 wrote: »
    What did you all think of Capt's choice to pass the shield? I think it makes sense and was a good choice.

    We talked about that. What made Captain American different from all others was the serum they injected him with. His replacement does not have that so how will they address that issue?

    It is straight out of Marvel Comics history and also there have been a couple Captain Americas.

    But for the Marvel Cinematic Universe:

    Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will co-star in a series about the Winter Soldier and the Falcon, distributed on the upcoming streaming platform, Disney Plus.

    So that will be interesting. And Disney/Marvel already said they will tell stories only on Disney Plus, that will link to the new Marvel movies in the future.

    I am not familiar with the comics but I have heard from several people that the movies stay somewhat true to them, which I am sure pleases the comic fans. Do the comics have someone else stepping into the Iron Man suit? Maybe the boy from Iron Man 3?
  • J_NY_ZJ_NY_Z Posts: 959Member Member Posts: 959Member Member
    I saw it last night. OK movie, entertaining. I would have liked a better ending to the saga. I am not a comic book junkie I just like them for pure entertainment. Some good one-liners for sure.
  • thanos5thanos5 Posts: 373Member Member Posts: 373Member Member
    InkgirlKC wrote: »
    cee134 wrote: »
    InkgirlKC wrote: »
    @cee134 wrote: »
    What did you all think of Capt's choice to pass the shield? I think it makes sense and was a good choice.

    We talked about that. What made Captain American different from all others was the serum they injected him with. His replacement does not have that so how will they address that issue?

    It is straight out of Marvel Comics history and also there have been a couple Captain Americas.

    But for the Marvel Cinematic Universe:

    Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will co-star in a series about the Winter Soldier and the Falcon, distributed on the upcoming streaming platform, Disney Plus.

    So that will be interesting. And Disney/Marvel already said they will tell stories only on Disney Plus, that will link to the new Marvel movies in the future.

    I am not familiar with the comics but I have heard from several people that the movies stay somewhat true to them, which I am sure pleases the comic fans. Do the comics have someone else stepping into the Iron Man suit? Maybe the boy from Iron Man 3?

    iirc, rhodes was iron man for a spell before becoming war machine. i think happy hogan was on/off and i'm thinking march someone...was a boxer...damn 90s killed my memory lol.
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