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Old 12-07-2018   #1
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Default "Avengers: Endgame" (2019)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hA6hldpSTF8

First trailer is up and surprisingly as of this post, they didn't reveal the title of the movie just yet, saving it for the end.
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Old 12-07-2018   #2
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Default Re: Avengers 4 (April 2019)

We're in the end game now.
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Default Re: Avengers: Subtitle That Implies an End But We All Know That Won't Happen (April 2

I love the fact we're getting Farmer Thanos in the movie.

As well as Ronin Hawkeye.
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Default Re: Avengers: Subtitle That Implies an End But We All Know That Won't Happen (April 2

The teaser is cool, but after all the build-up, the title is little disappointing. Especially, since Russos pretty much lied to keep it as "suprise."

"Avengers: Forever is so far the closest guess."
Besides tons of people actually guessing Endgame, it's kinda a strech to say that "Forever" is close to it.

"It would be too big of a spoiler to reveal when Infinity War is still playing in theaters."
Not really. Engame is ambigious enought title that it could mean anything.

"It's not a line of dialogue from a previous movie."
Except it is.
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Default Re: Avengers: Subtitle That Implies an End But We All Know That Won't Happen (April 2

Just got back from seeing it, it's the perfect ending to the last 11 years of cinema.

The final battle is truly something incredible to witness on the big screen and just delivers on all fronts.
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Default Re: Avengers: Subtitle That Implies an End But We All Know That Won't Happen (April 2

Do you still remember the more innocent time when the first Avengers movie succeeding felt like a miracle? I mean, it only had to balance meager six superheroes and tie together five movies worth of stories

Seriously though, I won't go in-depth and will stay as vague as possible. I was personally lucky enough to only have one thing spoiled for me and I was able to convince myself that it was just a troll being a troll, so it didn't affect my experience in any way whatsoever. I'm not really a spoiler-nazi, but there is something about not knowing about those big moneyshots and dramatic turn of events before seeing them.

If you are a fan of these movies, this is exactly what you could want from the big finale and more. I'm still interested to see what the future holds, but at the same time I feel so satisfied that if they revealed tomorrow that Spider-Man: Far from Home trailers and the announced upcoming movies were all just April's Fools jokes and the saga of MCU was over, I would have nothing to complain about.

And I saw this movie with the most perfect audience possible. The whole theater was filled with geeks like me, I could sense the excitement while waiting for the movie to start, all the inside jokes made everyone laugh, one epic moment got huge *applauses (hint: "I knew it!") and I heard people sobbing during the sad moments.

I don't know if Marvel can ever top this, even with all the big guns they are getting with Fantastic Four and X-Men, but maybe they don't need to. This is one of those "once in the lifetime" - type of experiences that you will cherish later.



* That was a huge deal, since in Finnish movie theater culture you are supposed to enjoy the movie silently, unless laughing at its jokes, rather than constantly make noice and cheer. While I generally think that it should be that way (no offence, but I don't understand how you Americans can deal with people turning every movie screening into a huge frenzy), but I was so caught up in the moment that I couldn't help, but join them
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Default Re: Avengers: Subtitle That Implies an End But We All Know That Won't Happen (April 2

THAT scene man...
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* That was a huge deal, since in Finnish movie theater culture you are supposed to enjoy the movie silently, unless laughing at its jokes, rather than constantly make noice and cheer. While I generally think that it should be that way (no offence, but I don't understand how you Americans can deal with people turning every movie screening into a huge frenzy), but I was so caught up in the moment that I couldn't help, but join them
Oh my gosh, let me just say that you guys are doing things right over there as far as your theater culture goes. I understand cheering at really big moments and laughing at jokes, but if I had to sit through a movie with people just screaming their heads off at every "hype" moment it would ruin it for me.

If you want to lose your mind while watching movie, do it at home by yourself or with friends. Don't raise hell and distract people from the story they're trying to follow.
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Do you still remember the more innocent time when the first Avengers movie succeeding felt like a miracle? I mean, it only had to balance meager six superheroes and tie together five movies worth of stories

Seriously though, I won't go in-depth and will stay as vague as possible. I was personally lucky enough to only have one thing spoiled for me and I was able to convince myself that it was just a troll being a troll, so it didn't affect my experience in any way whatsoever. I'm not really a spoiler-nazi, but there is something about not knowing about those big moneyshots and dramatic turn of events before seeing them.

If you are a fan of these movies, this is exactly what you could want from the big finale and more. I'm still interested to see what the future holds, but at the same time I feel so satisfied that if they revealed tomorrow that Spider-Man: Far from Home trailers and the announced upcoming movies were all just April's Fools jokes and the saga of MCU was over, I would have nothing to complain about.

And I saw this movie with the most perfect audience possible. The whole theater was filled with geeks like me, I could sense the excitement while waiting for the movie to start, all the inside jokes made everyone laugh, one epic moment got huge *applauses (hint: "I knew it!") and I heard people sobbing during the sad moments.

I don't know if Marvel can ever top this, even with all the big guns they are getting with Fantastic Four and X-Men, but maybe they don't need to. This is one of those "once in the lifetime" - type of experiences that you will cherish later.



* That was a huge deal, since in Finnish movie theater culture you are supposed to enjoy the movie silently, unless laughing at its jokes, rather than constantly make noice and cheer. While I generally think that it should be that way (no offence, but I don't understand how you Americans can deal with people turning every movie screening into a huge frenzy), but I was so caught up in the moment that I couldn't help, but join them
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Oh my gosh, let me just say that you guys are doing things right over there as far as your theater culture goes. I understand cheering at really big moments and laughing at jokes, but if I had to sit through a movie with people just screaming their heads off at every "hype" moment it would ruin it for me.

If you want to lose your mind while watching movie, do it at home by yourself or with friends. Don't raise hell and distract people from the story they're trying to follow.
I usually like the front row to avoid the rest of the patrons. This is to avoid stuff ranging from constant talking in trailers with unnecessary comments, to kids screwing around, to people in their cellphone.

In horror movies I had the latter two happen. Kids laughing in a scary scene despite that they weren't supposed to be there due to them being underage and this was 1:00 on a school day.

And the cellphone guy...

Broadcasted a conversation irrelevant to the horror movie and I had to sit there and listen to it to avoid missing anything to report him, and heard someone whisper "Shut up" to him once

But rant over, seeing Endgame in about an hour so will post proper thoughts later

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* That was a huge deal, since in Finnish movie theater culture you are supposed to enjoy the movie silently, unless laughing at its jokes, rather than constantly make noice and cheer. While I generally think that it should be that way (no offence, but I don't understand how you Americans can deal with people turning every movie screening into a huge frenzy), but I was so caught up in the moment that I couldn't help, but join them
We don't scream in theaters as much as people say we do. In my lifetime, the only instances of extremely "active" crowds are on opening night for big event movies (like Infinity War or The Force Awakens) or showings of "geek" films with primarily "geek" audiences (the aforementioned films or the recent Dragon Ball films where the audience knows all the in-jokes). If anything, the theater room I was in wasn't hyped enough compared to the crowd on Infinity War's opening night. Probably because half the cast was dead and that casts a shadow on everything.

Anyway, the film was good. You should definitely have a good night's sleep before watching it, because it's an epic film in the classic sense of the word. Three hours of people in spandex trying to collect space rocks. If Marvel hadn't done the good work of making all of us care about said people in spandex, it would've never worked.
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