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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#181  Postby aban57 » Apr 25, 2019 8:29 am

tuco wrote:Captain Marvel is the guy the shield?


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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#182  Postby tuco » Apr 25, 2019 8:35 am

That is why I was asking .. wow .. I know Captain America? Alright.

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edit: oh they dont translate it in Czech - https://www.csfd.cz/film/393330-captain-marvel/prehled/ - that is unusual. The motherfukers translate everything and on top of it they change the meaning as they see fit, the distributors I mean.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#183  Postby Animavore » Apr 25, 2019 4:22 pm

So. Many. Questions....
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#184  Postby aban57 » Apr 25, 2019 4:32 pm

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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#185  Postby Animavore » Apr 25, 2019 4:41 pm

I knew that. It's the least of my questions.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#186  Postby aban57 » Apr 25, 2019 5:00 pm

What questions exactly ?
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#187  Postby Animavore » Apr 25, 2019 5:05 pm

So -


Why didn't the Avengers stand outside the blast doors when Hulk used the gauntlet?

I thought they were snapping everyone back to their own present time, the future so why was Spider-Man back in our present time at the end?

If Thanos left 2014 to fight the Avengers in the future then surely there's a parallel universe where none of the whole Thanos thing didn't happen?

Why didn't Captain Marvel just fly into space with the gauntlet?
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#188  Postby aban57 » Apr 25, 2019 5:36 pm

Animavore wrote:So -


Why didn't the Avengers stand outside the blast doors when Hulk used the gauntlet?


Moral support ? Quick reaction in case of a problem ?

Animavore wrote:I thought they were snapping everyone back to their own present time, the future so why was Spider-Man back in our present time at the end?


What you call "our present time" doesn't exist, to me. It's just everyone going back to their old life, as if nothing happened. I found it a little bit naive when I saw it, but it's a Disney movie after all.
Animavore wrote:If Thanos left 2014 to fight the Avengers in the future then surely there's a parallel universe where none of the whole Thanos thing didn't happen?

I'm not sure we can infer that, as the rules of time travel in this movie are not the ones we're used to. Also, the fact that they brought back the stones at the end ensured that the original timeline was secured.

Animavore wrote:Why didn't Captain Marvel just fly into space with the gauntlet?

Too easy. She's a tough one. Especially with that ridiculous haircut.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#189  Postby Animavore » Apr 25, 2019 5:41 pm

aban57 wrote:What you call "our present time" doesn't exist, to me. It's just everyone going back to their old life, as if nothing happened. I found it a little bit naive when I saw it, but it's a Disney movie after all.


I was more thinking of why hadn't anyone aged 5 years and moved on in Spider-Man's life? The next Spider-Man movie shows the whole same class.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#190  Postby aufbahrung » Apr 25, 2019 5:48 pm

Animavore wrote:
aban57 wrote:What you call "our present time" doesn't exist, to me. It's just everyone going back to their old life, as if nothing happened. I found it a little bit naive when I saw it, but it's a Disney movie after all.


I was more thinking of why hadn't anyone aged 5 years and moved on in Spider-Man's life? The next Spider-Man movie shows the whole same class.


Cost of movies are reduced when sequels are produced back to back with generic franchise winners? :?
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#191  Postby aban57 » Apr 25, 2019 5:51 pm

Animavore wrote:
aban57 wrote:What you call "our present time" doesn't exist, to me. It's just everyone going back to their old life, as if nothing happened. I found it a little bit naive when I saw it, but it's a Disney movie after all.


I was more thinking of why hadn't anyone aged 5 years and moved on in Spider-Man's life? The next Spider-Man movie shows the whole same class.


Hum true, they'll probably give an explanation in the following weeks. Or in the next Spiderman movie :)
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#192  Postby Animavore » Apr 25, 2019 6:08 pm

Over half the audience were waiting for after credits when I left. Obviously it was full of die hards.

I felt like telling them, but then decided not to.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#193  Postby willhud9 » Apr 26, 2019 6:49 am

Animavore wrote:
aban57 wrote:What you call "our present time" doesn't exist, to me. It's just everyone going back to their old life, as if nothing happened. I found it a little bit naive when I saw it, but it's a Disney movie after all.


I was more thinking of why hadn't anyone aged 5 years and moved on in Spider-Man's life? The next Spider-Man movie shows the whole same class.


Unless the whole class died in Infinity War, which is statistically probable.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#194  Postby willhud9 » Apr 26, 2019 6:54 am

Overall, I enjoyed it. I tried not to think too hard about some of the things like, "why not just do this?" or "why was stormbreaker so OP against OG Thanos, but barely doing anything against new timeline Thanos?" or "how are Nebula's brains connected? is it wifi?"

There were a few cheesy moments that made me roll my eyes, but plenty of heartfelt ones that moved me to tears. Tony talking to his dad hit me close to home.

Ant-Man felt out of place amongst the original line up, but I guess you need him for the time travel/quantum flux plot device
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#196  Postby Animavore » Apr 26, 2019 5:59 pm

willhud9 wrote:Overall, I enjoyed it. I tried not to think too hard about some of the things like, "why not just do this?" or "why was stormbreaker so OP against OG Thanos, but barely doing anything against new timeline Thanos?"


OG Thanos was both taken compkete by surprise and presumably weakened by the second finger click which was described as "nearly killing" him.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#197  Postby tuco » Apr 26, 2019 7:53 pm

Animavore wrote:Over half the audience were waiting for after credits when I left. Obviously it was full of die hards.

I felt like telling them, but then decided not to.


Merriam-Webster, the Oxford dictionary and other sources define "fan" as a shortened version of the word fanatic. Fanatic itself, introduced into English around 1550, means "marked by excessive enthusiasm and often intense uncritical devotion". It comes from the Modern Latin fanaticus, meaning "insanely but divinely inspired" - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fan_(person)

It probably would have no effect.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#198  Postby Ironclad » Apr 27, 2019 3:09 am

aufbahrung wrote:Son likes Marvel movies. But, sorry, it's a load of croc. Cardboard cutout characters go to war in a battle of black/white dimensions. Waste three hours on stereotype computer generated psuedo-eye-candy? Think I'll wait for the DVD and watch half whilst interpolating the remainder. Or might read the spoilers and watch the trailer. Seen it in three minutes. Life extension technique. Watch the trailer and read the spoilers....
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#199  Postby Ironclad » Apr 27, 2019 11:29 am

There was an after credits ending, btw.
I didn't sleep good after that, I really does haz a sad.
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Re: Avengers Infinity War

#200  Postby willhud9 » Apr 27, 2019 7:44 pm

Depends on the viewer I guess. I felt I could have skipped it and left the theatre sooner.
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