Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Commander Richard, Mar 4, 2019.
DVD and Blu-ray available today.
Picked up the Blu-ray this morning.
Not in England for a month. What the fuuuuuuu--?
Think that stings?
A similar delay is going to hold on Captain Britain in 2 years.
The Honest Trailers crew gives the flick a fair and balanced respectful shrug:
I never knew Clark Gregg wrote What Lies Beneath, that is such a random thing.
Reggie the cat answers your questions about Goose...
Yes, Goose could defeat Thanos and he wouldn't even need the Gauntlet to do it!
Just got done watching it for the first time.
.... So that was the movie that fired up so many Men-ist snowflakes over the summer?
Thought it was decent, probably not in the top half of the Marvel movies but not near the bottom. Good action scenes, thought Brie Larson did a good job (but she's kind of "cold" and awkward in interviews, so I'm supposed to hate her) and thought she performed good with the action and humor and stuff.
I mean, what was the controversy and problem with this movie again? Why am I supposed to hate it? Why am I supposed to not like her tiny appearances in Endgame and want to see the "cut" that removes her?
Nick Fury doing dishes is an affront to men everywhere.
I guess that I got affronted when I did the dishes tonight.
So, you get scratched in the eye by cat/alien monster thing.... Do you shrug it off and go do dishes, or do you go to the doctor because not only are you likely in a lot of pain but because a FUCKING CAT SCRATCHED YOUR EYE!!!
But...but...the dish washing is a woman's job! Doncha know!
Nick Fury is secure in his own manhood.
He can do whatever he feels like. Including helping to wash dishes for his host after a good meal.
My dad was downright possessive about the dishes. He liked washing them, and wouldn’t let anybody else help.
Was that even a thing out side of the internet? The only place I've heard about it is here on the forum. And it seems like about maybe half of the posts are about it or refer to it, which is a shame that it's as much a topic of conversation as the movie. Why do foolish internet ramblings mean so much to some people that they have to make threads or use half of other ones just to discuss it?
For my own part, except for here, I don't go to too many sites, I don't like knowing things before I see the movie and stay away from everything, also, 90% of the YouTube videos I watch were shared here so I'm certainly not searching out these things.
I gave this movie an A. I thought it did a great job filing in more of the MCU cracks that I didn't even know were there.
I never actually sat there thinking, how did Fury loose his eye, or how did Coulson meet Fury or several other things. I liked the little touches like the caption calling Hala the homeworld of the Kree Civilization instead of Empire because in that part of the movie Carol still thought she was a Kree and they were nominally the good guys vs the evil Skrulls. I thought they did a good job with Annette Benning as the original Captian Mar-Vell and Project: Pegasus. Plus I liked that this base was the same base that was at the beginning of Avengers.
It's mainly because Brie Larson said some stuff the thin skinned crybabies found offensive and threatening over how "Wrinkle in Time" was received, and because they disliked how Kevin Feige said she'd be the most powerful Cosmic character thus far as opposed to characters like Adam Warlock.
Plus it doesn't help that since the Civil War 2 even in the comics Carol had been portrayed in a less sympathetic and more villainous light. If the comic writers had known what the movies were planning they'd have not done those stories.
The sad part is this outrage is probably restrained compared to the rage and anger that would be going on if the movie showed a white man washing the dishes.
They did a lot of fuss about another (deleted) scene...
People are furious over this Captain Marvel deleted scene
Are they really though? Or are clickbait sites and a few loudmouths on social media just making it seem that way?
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