- Avengers: Endgame
Well just went to see it a bit earlier than I wanted as the internet chatter was getting a bit spoilerish. Good film and time went very quickly and I didn’t need my he-wee.Posted 4 months ago
I grew up with the comics so did them justice. Having a bit of a slow come-down now helped by the Tour de Yorkshire.aPMember
We went yesterday early evening. My thought…Posted 4 months ago
It was an hour too long.
Quite enjoyed it.
Felt a bit like watching a certain episode of Dallas.
I’d forgotten that modern people in shared public spaces have no concept of anyone else apart from themselves.
Thanks to the people who went out and back in 4 or 5 times with their phone torches shining in everyone’s faces.
Thanks to the family in front of us who’s dad went out 5 times to get more loud rustly food, and who’s 6 year old daughter had to be picked up and cuddled and sang at for about 15 minutes during a quiet bit.
The women near the end who wailed and cried very loudly for 10 minutes.
Yes! Exactly that. Phones, loud munching and constant chatter made the watching experience pretty unpleasant.
Oh! My comment about the high-fiving family went unnoticed on the previous page. Well, except by the high-fiver who thought it was perfectly ok…Posted 4 months ago
Our cinema was in Portsmouth and amazingly was pretty quiet through the film. I think sometimes you just get lucky and don’t sit near the arseholes.PrinceJohnMember
@Drac – I was about to ask the same question.
There were a couple of girls constantly chattering when we saw Infinity War, I turned round & told them to shut up, they did & I’m pretty sure I heard a small cheer from the nearby audience when I did. Although that could’ve been my self-righteousness.Posted 4 months agosurroundedbyhillsSubscriber
Saw it last week was not sympathetic to people who couldn’t/wouldn’t get a baby sitter for their small children – at least 4 kids under 8 in the audience – when the kids surprise surprise couldn’t keep quiet or still during the film. One of them started crying cause he was tired and couldn’t get to sleep! Other than that not too bad for pee breaks etc.
Film was very pedestrian at times, Capt Marvel not in it enough, otherwise it was a satisfactory wrap up of a pretty enormous set of story lines.Posted 4 months agoBruceWeeMember
New Asgard, aka Tønsberg. A town of 41,000 inhabitants that seemed to have shrunk a lot in the movie.
I’m hoping for a spin-off series that shows the Asgardians arriving and having to deal with Norwegian bureaucracy. Korg and Miek being interviewed on their education and employment history in the local NAV office would make me chuckle.Posted 4 months ago
saw it yesterday – i loved all the Cap. America movies more than most of the others, except Infinity War which i thought set the bar really high, Endgame really underwhelmed me, and i felt it lost all momentum and promise of what could have been a great film bogged down in Thor’s (badly acted IMHO) ‘crushed’ king/leader and “back to the future 2” dont interact with yourself or your mum gubbins….and for some reason i really did not like what they did with Thanos…
going to wrap the entire ramble of mine in spoilers (hopefully)Posted 4 months agoSpoiler:
It bothered me that the blue stone seemed to be in two places – the Tesseract and Loki’s sceptre – so I went and looked up what all the gems were. It transpires that the stone in the sceptre is in fact the yellow Mind Stone and for some inexplicable reason glows blue when in the sceptre.
Then I spotted this.
The Space Stone (blue) was in the Tesseract; Soul (orange) collected from Vision’s head; Reality (red) held in the Aether; Time (green) in Dr Strange’s necklace; Power (purple) in the Orb; and Mind (yellow) in the Sceptre.
Mind. Blown.Posted 4 months agoeddiebabyMember
Watched ‘Winter Soldier’ last night again (probably my favourite of the Marvels, that or Ragnarok). in light of Endgame I found the scene were Cap visits Peggy to be a bit ‘open to interpretation’. When did the full story arc of the last 6 or 7 episodes get pencilled in?Posted 4 months ago
Captain America in the end of the movie :
i’ve tried the <spoiler> thing but it doest work – dont read below if you not seen the Endgame movie!
‘parantly Russo brothers have said/suggested that Captain America going back to deliver the stones
he then met up with peggy which began an alternate timeline we have never seen*, so how did he get back to the “original” timeline we are viewing..? well they say perhaps he got help for a certain Tony Stark in his timeline.
*this would mean there would be 2 captain america’s in that timeline – given he would have to marry peggy after the real timeline version of him is frozen and then dethawed, and it means we can assume he helps stop anything of the original movies from happening in his alternate timeline.
</spoiler>Posted 4 months ago
” began an alternate timeline we have never seen”
I think that’s pretty open to interpretation- it could be cap’s own timeline, rather than a whole trousers of time different universe thing. There’s nothing really to stop him from just living a quiet life in the background and not affecting the main course, and that’d land him back at the end of the film.Posted 4 months ago
there is an entire series about Agent Carter where she is single and still pinning for Frozen Cap….so that wouldnt make sense…neither would any clips of her in the original Cap America movies as an old woman .Posted 4 months ago
plus – future-in-the-past-Cap america would just not stand around while all the movies are going on around him, that goes against his entire character/personality.
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