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Discussion in 'General' started by rfx45, Feb 17, 2014.
Lol, this is me. I was just coming on to post this ironically.
Patty Jenkins was going to direct Thor: The Dark World, but she backed out during pre-production because she didn't she could make a good film out it.
Most people thought The Dark World was trash, so it looks like she was right.
This film should've been a thing awhile ago......If we're being honest...
Still don’t give me a ton of faith in her.. and I can’t really remember monster like that beyond the leads to say if that should cover for WW
I literally just watched 2 characters walk for 2 minutes +
I didn't know this. But all things considered, Ant-Man was self contained and not attached to anything else in the MCU (besides appearances from Howard Stark and Falcon). I think it could've worked.
Of course it could have worked.. all it takes a "shouldn't we call the avengers" joke and it's attached, which it had
Dude just had to play along
Marvel learned from IM2 they could be heavy handed with it
just came from watching Spider-verse and what a wonderful movie that was. Visually, that was easily one of the best movies I've ever seen with the animations. I saw it in regular 2D and I regret not seeing it 3D. There were some real emotional scenes too. Def recommend it
But then she'd take away attention from every other character
I think the intention always was for her to lead the next generation of avengers after A4. That's why her movie was so close to End Game.
All this hyping up marvel is doing for her is not for end game, but what follows after. They're trying to get as many ppl to buy into her character now so they won't have to promote her so hard in subsequent movies.
I think for end game itself she'll have cool stuff to do but the focus will stay on the original 6
Gotta be my favorite Avengers film.
I love the safe house scene.
Infinity War isnt far behind. But AOU felt more epic and all over the place. And i like that.
Been tried to preach to y’all about Age of Ultron
That opening was my favorite opening to any MCU film ever until IW.
I feel like AOU gets a ton of hate because they showed soooo much in the trailers and I think in one trailer they basically showed the order of how the action would go in the movie, film was marketed very poorly. I don't care for spoilers so my experience wasn't ruined but man oh man if they left the Hulkbuster fight as a complete surprise.
Movie set up a TON too. I love AOU but i completely understand the hate
AOU is also one of my best experiences and last one with dealing with a non reserved seating theater(it switched over shortly). I arrived a few hours early with my wife and her friend was meeting us for the showing. I went in the theater to wait in line and save seats, the guy I showed my ticket to clearly didn't realize there was a line on the other side of the theater and let me in an hour early, so I came in claimed the middle seats and was just chillin with a huge tub of popcorn and a cherry coke. Even the employees who came in to clean the theater didn't say anything.
And man the saltiness of the people when the line was actually let in the theater
I know everyone was wondering if I was a make a wish kid or somethin.
I agree a out hulkbuster scene.
Same thing with the football stadium scene in TDKR
Initially I thought AoU was too sloppy and all over the place, but to me its fantastic to watch and I appreciate more and more as time goes on.
Aou's pacing still bothers me. Stop and goes. Stop and goes. I wish it was a smoother movie.
Ultron should not have been a jokester.
The party will always have a special place in my <3 because it's rare to see superheroes mingling in their casual clothes, just shooting the breeze,and joking around. I don't think we'll ever see the Avengers like that again.
Ima watch Civil War when i get home. Havent seen it in a while.
A1 is damn near unwatchable to me now for some reason.
AOU needs a better editor or producer.. there is alot good there.. everything with vision is gold.. but the hulk buster scene doesnt feel as big as it should have been
IM3 had a ton of that, but worse.. cause with IM3 you just dont care when stuff is happening, even if it's cool.. but with AOU, you just dont fully appreciate some of the things happening
The Hulkbuster scene is hands down ridiculous. That’s why I look at IW and I’m just like “wtf” is this?! Iron Man piledriving Hulk through a skyscraper in the middle of South Africa Thor blowing up 1/4th of Sakovia in midair the movie from top to bottom from the humor to the action to freaking Vision being in an Avenger film is just comic book nirvana. AoU created all of phase 3. Movie doesn’t get the credit it deserves. EASILY top 5 MCU film
IW>The avengers>AOU imo
im surprised at how people view AoU tbh
I thought it was pretty cool
What was everyone's gripes about it?