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  1. I agree. For Netflix, it has always been "Come for Friends and the Office, stay for Stranger Things." Netflix has been on the smart path. But in a world where Disney owns fucking everything and is coming out with their own service, they're fucked. They tried so hard to beat Hulu, CBS, and HBO. They didn't see Disney coming.
  2. Fuck, it was supposed to be an alternate timeline. Russos need to get their shit straight.
  3. How about I take these Pym particles, go back in time, and punch 10-year old version of you in the balls? Then your childhood is ruined too.
  4. I almost brought up the Jar-Jar comparison. And also the How I Met Your Mother theory that Johnny was the hero of The Karate Kid.
  5. I cannot recall. How much DID he interfere with everything? I truly do not remember. If his motivation was power and chose to interfere or not interfere in service of personal quest for power, then he's the bad guy. If however like Dr. Strange he let's terrible things happen in service of the best possible outcome, then he's a good guy. You really think it is the former? OR maybe his role was a bit more 'Let free will reign and let the chips fall where they may.' Him being King is just an extension of that. When he sat down at the table, he more or less told everyone that they could make the decisions, and then he left them to it. He truly is acting like god, letting men choose their destiny while he just nudges them here and there. I have a hard time seeing that he is the BAD guy. But maybe I'm missing something.
  6. Venom - Effects were kind of bad. Brock was weird. Kind of entertaining. Came off as a dummy, but we're supposed to believe he's some hard-hitting writer? Seems like a mis-cast in that regard. It felt like this needed to be hysterical but it was a few cents short of a dollar in that regard. Definitely had funny moments though. But what superhero movie doesn't. It was enjoyable. But I wouldn't watch it again. B-
  7. This season has had a lot of drawn-out shots and scenes. And I've liked that a lot. They hold on characters, in silence, in thought. However, this episode, in particular the wrap-up shots of characters taking their final places before we hit the credits... riding off into the sunset moments. They should have had a single dramatic shot for each character and then moved on. Less would have been more. I almost think in the table scene they didn't even have to have dialog, they could have all sat down, looked at each other, and then we could have zoomed out to a long shot as they started business. I thought they did less with more and not the other way around at the end of this episode.
  8. Keep your body-shaming to yourself Mr. Perfect!
  10. I will love to see the extra features for this film.
  11. That sounds pretty good...if the writers were some contractor work-for-hires that walked into the sunset after dropping off the script But these are writers for all four of the Russo's Marvel movies who are actively doing promotion for EndGame - answering questions about these movies on behalf of Marvel, Disney, and the Russos. https://www.slashfilm.com/endgame-time-travel-writers/ I'll buy that the Russo's have the final word. Strike that. Feige has the final word. But let's not pretend that the writers and directors contradicting each other about the most confusing aspect of their blockbuster movie is meaningless. In the end though, I agree with you that the Russo's take is the right one. But not with your trivialization of the confusion. This whole thing has been a bit bumpy.
  12. Joey, I just wanted to fight with you about time travel again. I think you were saying that the time travel stuff was pretty easy and straight-forward and people were making it more complicated than it needed to be. I think that was your sentiment. Correct me if I'm wrong on that. But if so, I just would like to point out that several articles over the last few weeks have juxtaposed the explanations from the script writers versus the directors with regard to the time travel plot in this movie. And they are very inconsistent. They are confused themselves. Despite all that, I have committed to a particular understanding of how it all works and am not confused at all about anything anymore. I think I can explain it to the Russos if they're still confused. I'm just not willing to say that it is simple, straight-forward, and well-established if that's what you were truly saying.
  13. This. They do a really good job letting the camera sit on characters for a really long time this season. Letting you soak in the moment. Letting the characters soak in the moment. That very long shot of Danny deciding whether she would go all MAD QUEEN was great. You'd think it would be drawn out, but it wasn't. I liked all of their very long moments from this season. I can totally see people not buying her turn, but I totally buy it. I really love the arc for her given the history. And I love how her army captain guy is all-in with the rage-killing. It puts one person in Danny's corner which I think is important. My biggest problem with the show, is so stupid, and comical, that it circles around and becomes fine. It is basically this. Every character in the show has the space stone, and can teleport to anywhere else in the world if it serves the plot. The writer's just don't care. Everyone is Thanos. Just deal with it fuckers. I'm fine with it. Whatever.
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