Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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Bucky was more worthy from a narrative perspective and he’s a character most people care about a lot more...and Steve does too..it’s quite obvious. Hate to agree with Skyab but it doesn’t feel quite right.

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I mean
Bucky is literally referred to as the White Wolf in Infinity War

Sounds like they're taking that approach with him

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Cilogy wrote:
April 27th, 2019, 8:06 pm
I mean
Bucky is literally referred to as the White Wolf in Infinity War

Sounds like they're taking that approach with him
That's exactly it imo. I think that would fit. I do think
Bucky is the better physical fit, but Sam is the better moral fit? I guess?

People kind of expected this from Black Panther
https://screenrant.com/bucky-mcu-phase- ... hite-wolf/
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Cilogy wrote:
April 27th, 2019, 7:23 pm
I don't get why people are arguing over the logic of time travel while the most unbelievable thing in this film is that
people are still playing Fornite 5 years in the future.
and they still dab apparently

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To those complaining about the ending.
Its’s Falcon because it’s comic books. Bucky is a better fit narratively.

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One of my favorite things here is the contrast of Thanos between IW & Endgame.
Best way I can describe it is we got 'Lebron-returns-to-Cleveland' Thanos in IW versus 'Young Lebron' Thanos in Endgame. The wisdom, sacrifice, and passion from the weary Thanos vs ambitious, overzealous, and brash Thanos was dope. Thought it was fantastic that we had two versions of him in this story. Russos did a great job overall

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Yeah I thought it strengthened his character and showed
just how much he cared about Gamora and how much losing her hurt.

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So I just realized

Doesn't this film sorta nullify the effect of Civil War?
Like, what Zemo did to split the Avengers is hardly addressed in this film

I mean I guess it makes sense if the stakes are higher, but still, it's like shit dude that was the most compelling storyline in the Avengers and it was sorta ignored altogether

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Cilogy wrote:
April 27th, 2019, 11:21 pm
So I just realized

Doesn't this film sorta nullify the effect of Civil War?
Like, what Zemo did to split the Avengers is hardly addressed in this film

I mean I guess it makes sense if the stakes are higher, but still, it's like shit dude that was the most compelling storyline in the Avengers and it was sorta ignored altogether
The whole reason Thanos wins in Infinity War is because the Avengers are split up.

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Bacon wrote:
April 27th, 2019, 11:23 pm
Cilogy wrote:
April 27th, 2019, 11:21 pm
So I just realized

Doesn't this film sorta nullify the effect of Civil War?
Like, what Zemo did to split the Avengers is hardly addressed in this film

I mean I guess it makes sense if the stakes are higher, but still, it's like shit dude that was the most compelling storyline in the Avengers and it was sorta ignored altogether
The whole reason Thanos wins in Infinity War is because the Avengers are split up.
This is correct. Not to mention
the animosity between these characters at the beginning of the movie. It's directly addressed.

-Vader

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