Movie Section: The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Avengers: Infinity War, or Avengers: Endgame?
Which Marvel Cinematic Universe's Avengers movie do you think is better and why?
- Mr MonsterLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Avengers: Infinity War. The pacing in that movie is perfect. Despite having so many characters, every scene fits like a nice puzzle piece.
- ctc453Lv 54 weeks ago
Infinity War. Endgame and Ultron SUCKED
- Weasel McWeaselLv 71 month ago
Like Many........I thought Infinity War was just amazing, squeezing so many characters.....into one film, and yet, each had a good sized role......and the plot was excellent............
which is what made Endgame, so bloody disappointing........with it's lame "Back to the Future" rip off, uneven pacing, and I had no idea WTF Thor's MOOBS had to do with anything........but it was just........yeah, really not necessary, and not funny.
Not to mention just the really lame plot...........Oh, he destroyed all the stones? just like that ? for now reason? so these stones, that have lasted and existed for Millenia......he just "destroyed", because MEH, who needs them anymore?
and to do what? to become a potato farmer? WTF?
As EXCELLENT as Infinity War was........Endgame was literally at the END of the polar opposite of Excellent. It totally SUCKED.
I keep praying they will re-make Endgame, and give us the movie we deserved.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Ant-man and the sequel are the most entertaining and fun, but story wise Sam Raimi's Spiderman 2004 and Spiderman 2002 is still the most satisfying and involve.
Infinity Wars and Endgame may have been epic in piecing together various stories and films into 1 movie, but the whole infinity stone schemes is uninspiringly nonsensical and convoluted. Don't agree with the time travel infinity stone McGuffin scheme, and multiverse as it's a cheep cop out.
Thanos bloodlust, conquer, and cull only over populated being would be more epic, if it was all done in battle that is why war is ugly because many heroic soldiers and officers die in real life. All villains die and 2 or 3 heroes die after end game. War Battles lost or won are more epic when earned with huge sacrifice. It may take more than 1 film and many deaths but it will be earned and closer to real life.
The snap killed endangered species faster as it cut down their numbers in half. The unsnapped is 5 years later so they shouldn't come back, but if they do they would go extinct anyway because the endanger species that remained already went extinct.
The Thor films is the worst when it comes down to real representation. There were no real Scandinavians leading and supporting roles in Disney's Thor films. In the 80s there were a requirement to inject black faces in titular or supporter role in movies, after 2000s it was tripled down upon that Norse god (Heimdall) or Angel (Valkyrie) are played by an African and mix African descent without white ethnic phenotype makeup.
Disney is so obsessed with diversity that they are denying real diversity representation. In Black Widow there are No Real Russians, Ukrainians, Kazakhs, Siberians, Mongolian, Uzbeks rather they've been replaced by black Americans serving in the black widow corps. There were African elites (less than 100) studying in Russian Universities during the 2nd half of the Soviet Era, but they did not serve in the Soviet Army.
Frozen 2 felt the need to inject a black face in an era when African's did not migrate to Norway or Finland nor did they serve in the military. There were African Arabs, Moors (Arabize black or mix Africans), and slaves in southern Spain, Sicily, Turkey, Persia and India, (Abbasid, Ottoman, Mughal Empire), Scandinavia however, was too far off and very cold at the time for people from the tropics without the benefits of electricity oil and gas heating. A caravan or two numbering of 10 or 20 Persians traders did travel to Scandinavia during summer, but they did not stay. Siberians and Mongols had more encounters with the Rus and Scandinavia, but they were not represented at all in Frozen 2 which therefore was pushing fake representation and diversity.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Avengers 2012 was fun at the theater, I didn't pay much attention to the others