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Film ► Marvel Cinematic Universe - RIP Chadwick Boseman



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Favorite MCU film?

  • Iron Man

    Votes: 2 2.6%
  • Iron Man 2

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Thor

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Captain America: The First Avenger

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • The Avengers

    Votes: 10 13.2%
  • Iron Man 3

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Thor: The Dark World

    Votes: 2 2.6%
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    Votes: 26 34.2%
  • Guardians of the Galaxy

    Votes: 23 30.3%
  • The Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Votes: 9 11.8%

  • Total voters
    76

Absent

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Usually premiere nights are full of super fans and overhyped people. Think of people screaming and cheering for every reveal and/or easter egg. The best premiere I went was for the Force Awakens. Easily the best audience reactions, it felt like a family.

For No Way Home my audience barely reacted, it really bummed me out.
 

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Usually premiere nights are full of super fans and overhyped people. Think of people screaming and cheering for every reveal and/or easter egg. The best premiere I went was for the Force Awakens. Easily the best audience reactions, it felt like a family.

For No Way Home my audience barely reacted, it really bummed me out.

I wish we swapped. My screening was full of obnoxious rule-breaking blowhards.
 

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I had a pretty good balance. There were some cheers and applause for the big moments, but nothing too disruptive. Didn’t miss any crucial dialogue or anything thankfully, but still had the energy of an excited audience.
 

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I had a good balance as well. You can bet that when the second villain showed up I shouted. There was clapping and cheering involved which was much appreciated. I never got any of that when I went to see Endgame.
 

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I recommend"The Scarlet Witch" by James Robinson. It's a great take on Wanda for those who wanna more about the character. She becomes an supernatural Investigator and carves out her own little corner of the Marvel Universe. It's an episodic series that travels the world. It also has an overarching mystery about the previous Scarlet Witch and tackles why Wanda took the name in the first place. They should adapt this as the sequel to WandaVision. ;)

PS. The Multiverse of Madness Teaser trailer made me change from a skeptic to a believer.

I'm hyped.

 
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Spider-Man No Way Home was so much fun, it's easily my favourite MCU Spider-Man film and my favourite MCU film of the year.

I adored Eternals but Spider-Man beats it because the cast is filled with familiar characters instead of newcomers.
 

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Anyone watch the first episode of Moon Knight? It was wayyy better than I thought it was going to be. Trailers didn’t do it justice imo. Definitely give it a try
 

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Moon Knight was a fun show. It's a great introduction to an obscure character. I'm curious about what they'd do in a potential follow-up.
 

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Anyone here ever heard of a Marvel hero called Slapstick? He’s basically the joker if he was a good guy and had Cartoon Physics powers. He’s a friend of Deadpool’s but I feel like he would an interesting breath of fresh air to the usual marvel hero. I’m not honking Brandon Rogers of Helluva Boss and various YouTube stuff would be a good casting choice.
 

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Moon Knight was a fun show. It's a great introduction to an obscure character. I'm curious about what they'd do in a potential follow-up.
Agreed. I already miss it. These 6 episode seasons suck. Like, wtf is this crap? Give us 10-12 episode seasons pls
 

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Agreed. I already miss it. These 6 episode seasons suck. Like, wtf is this crap? Give us 10-12 episode seasons pls
People complained about the Netflix shows dragging itself out with 13 episodes a season. So I'd probably say 8-10 episode would be an ideal compromise.
 
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Logistically, longer seasons must be taxing on actors' career trajectories, especially for shows that focus on one or two characters as opposed to an ensemble cast. In the case of Marvel TV shows, it's further complicated by the possibility of committing to future movie roles (Elizabeth Olsen being the clearest example, her having recently lamented over her lost opportunities in other movies). On one hand, Moon Knight fucking slaps and has one of the best performances in the MCU; however, it really had the potential for a longer season.
 

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Moon Knight was the perfect length. I hate when shows drag on longer than they need to be.

I hope they do more shows like Moon Knight where there's one-off stories. The MCU employees talk like he will be back, but I'm glad Oscar Isaac said he will only return if it's something worthwhile. There's no point in having Moon Knight pop up randomly in the MCU with no purpose.
 

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I finally saw the Multiverse of Madness and I enjoyed it.

It reminded me of Civil War and I wished Strange got to have another movie before it.
 

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Finally watched Madness into the Multiverse. Idk guys, I thought the movie was pretty mid. Plot and story were mediocre. Some of the CGI was off. I thought the first one was much better.
 

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Ms. Marvel on Disney+

4 episodes in and I'm enjoying it. It's fun recognizing all the Indian songs. It ties in the Partition. It's surprisingly better than I thought it was gonna be.
 

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I’m a quarter ways into Love and Thunder and I gotta says it’s pretty bad. Sure it has its funny parts, but man, this is not a good quality movie.

She-Hulk is not bad. First episode was the best, second episode was cool with the Megan Thee Stallion cameo. Everyone loves Wong, but the rest is just meh.
 
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