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I’d like to hear all of your reactions. I enjoyed it, though the ending was a downer. I appreciate that they were willing to do it though, and think it’ll make the duology of it and it’s sequel better for it.
The ending actually got me really excited, because it's very very rare to see a story turn out this way. It's a pretty big risk to take and I'm glad they were willing to take it. All in all, it's just a really well put-together story.
"I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific."
I tried really hard to enjoy the movie as a unit without thinking about the undoing they'll probably do. In that light, the ending was really exciting because, yeah, they went there. I thought the credit sequence, after the shock at the end, was a beautiful contrast to the credit sequence style that had been established in every Marvel movie until then.
I’d love to see a poll to find out just how common knowledge it is that a lot of the deaths won’t stick (seeing as Spider-Man has an upcoming movie, for example). I feel like there’s a chance that since I keep up on a lot of geek-related news, that I’m more likely to know that info than the general population. I know there’s a lot of people who are in the know despite being less into keeping up on the latest news who know the deaths almost certainly won’t stick, but I’m sure there’s some who thought it happened for real, and I’m just wondering how big the respective groups are.
So I haven't watched very many MCU movies (I've seen Avengers 1, Guardians of the Galaxy 1, Ant-Man, and Black Panther) and even with my tightly trimmed down social media feeds, spoilers inbtge form of memes started coming through so I went ahead and read the plot of the movie to see if it confirmed my suspicions of what happens.
I'd be willing to guess the size of the group that believes the deaths are permanent are larger than you think, but still also small compared to the general population. "Heroes back from the dead" is such a common storyline that I'm sure anyone with a little narrative savvy would find it at least plausible.
Or, anyone who's a little cynical. "They just had the top grossing movie and they killed off all their characters and they have another decade of movies to make? They'll be back."
"Sa taong walang takot, walang mataas na bakod." "To those without fear, there is no such thing as a tall fence." - Filipino Proverb