Marvel Media [Spoiler-Free Discussion]

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Thanks Clock. I'd checked out of the other thread because I was afraid of Iron Fist spoilers.

Confession: I'm only half way through season 2 of Daredevil. Still have Luke Cage and Iron Fist.

Tagging in for when upcoming releases start popping up.

I have to admit: I wasn't a fan of Guardians 2. It has some fun moments and thrilling sequences, but as a whole I found it clumsy, disjointed, and obvious.

ClockworkHouse wrote:

I have to admit: I wasn't a fan of Guardians 2. It has some fun moments and thrilling sequences, but as a whole I found it clumsy, disjointed, and obvious.

Whhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaattt? Clocky going against general opinion regarding a piece of entertainment? That's crazy.

It's not as nearly perfect as the first.

ClockworkHouse wrote:

I have to admit: I wasn't a fan of Guardians 2. It has some fun moments and thrilling sequences, but as a whole I found it clumsy, disjointed, and obvious.

So, just like Guardians 1, then?

:p

Huh, another thread. I could have used this when I took months to see Dr Strange.

bnpederson wrote:
ClockworkHouse wrote:

I have to admit: I wasn't a fan of Guardians 2. It has some fun moments and thrilling sequences, but as a whole I found it clumsy, disjointed, and obvious.

Whhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaattt? Clocky going against general opinion regarding a piece of entertainment? That's crazy. :)

I'd better be careful. If I keep this up, I'm gonna get a reputation.

Stele wrote:

Huh, another thread. I could have used this when I took months to see Dr Strange. ;)

As a side note I still have not but I am holding out until it's on Netflix end of the month.

Bumping this so that people can talk about Spider-Man.

Hey, how about those opening credits.

I didn't know there was opening credits. You spoiled the movie for me.

Baron Of Hell wrote:

I didn't know there was opening credits. You spoiled the movie for me.

Wait until Vulture asks Aunt May to the homecoming and she says no until she finds out Peter is Spider-Man and, in a fit of rage kills Peter, takes the suit, becomes Spider-Woman, and runs off with Vulture to live happily ever after at the end credits!

At Spider-Man now. Yay for reserved recliner seats.

OMG that was amazing. To the spoiler thread!

No, that was Homecoming. Amazing Spider-Man was Andrew Garfield in 2012.

Avengers. Friday. Whee.

Mark Kermode with an outstanding non-spoiler review of Infinity War. I love his reviews, because he always seems to be able to clearly elucidate how different people might experience a movie.

I'm so far behind with Marvel movies I don't know what year it'll be by the time I get to Infinity War.