- Avengers: Endgame
What can I say? I’m way more excited by this than Star Wars, by far.
Infinity War really raised the game with what you can do with a superhero movie and a blockbuster at the same time.
Just re-watching Infinity War now. It’s got a lot to live up to!
Russo brothers are excellent directors, and have increased their depth with each film.
Embargo on reviews lifted tomorrow.
Going Friday but out Thursday I believe with some back to back Infinity War showings.Posted 6 months agokimbersSubscribermogrimMember
Yeah, still haven’t seen Dr Strange (except for the first 20 mins). Utter garbage
Think I skipped the first 20 minutes until he started doing magic n stuff. Then the special effects and the fights were quite entertaining and I don’t ask for much more from a Marvel film tbh.Posted 6 months agoroneSubscriber
As a primer/refresher – we did Civil War / GOTG2 / Thor: Ragnarok / Infinity War.
You could add in Dr Strange / Ant-Man / Spiderman: Homecoming / Captain Marvel / Black Panther if you want the origins. However Captain Marvel and Black Panther whilst both contain interesting elements are very average films.
The top four get the plot to where it needs to be in my mind.
I do get a bit confused about Wanda and Vision though, can’t remember much about them.
Infinity War has just come down in price on VOD/Buy. It was sat at £14.00 for a while. £9.99 on HD with bonus shite.Posted 6 months agoTiRedMember
22 films and 18bn box office. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Marvel_Cinematic_Universe_films
No superheros and no children’s book adaptations is my rule. A tortured Peter Parker might be my exception.Posted 6 months agoeddiebabyMember
haven’t seen Thor: Ragnorok
One of the best ones, I reckon.
I had my doubts when I saw it at the cinema. Didn’t know if the humour ruined the action or vice versa. Saw it on BluRay and have since stuck right up there with Captain America, the first Avengers and Civil War.Posted 6 months ago
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