Discussion in 'Entertainment: Movies & TV Shows' started by BusSport, Feb 10, 2017.
Ha ha ha, the store manager understands:
So where was the Wakandan air force? Or even their missile defense?
Advanced tech and they had planes in Black Panther. Instead of opening Northwestern section 17 and committing to a ground fight, why not just carpet bomb the perimeter
Who would buy a ticket to watch that.
You’re the worst kind of movie goer.
People who are concerned about plot holes?
Yeah minor bitch because everything about this is awesome.
I spent a lot of time debating how this could have gone differently. Strange had the time stone and after Banner said Thanos has the space and power stones, he could have said hold my hoodie, collected and dispersed them and problem solved. But we suspend belief for movies because they are fun and aside from sex and sports its the best way to kill a couple of hours.
The Wakanda battle though. This movie had a dozen badasses vs 1 and the 1 wins. Vision and Hulk getting capped early were key plot points. Thanos using the stones, I'm cool with. No one snapping Quills neck-Strange has a plan that gets picked apart next May but for now it's cool. Thor being a complete badass but not going for the head-man I've jerked it to that scene a couple of times.
I guess what I'm trying to say is I had a random thought and was wondering whats up with that. I've never shit on this movie because I love this movie. My coffee cup has a picture of Thanos with a caption that says "Oh snap" So yeah I'm not shitting, just that popped in my head and thought this was a decent place to ask the question
pilots had the same confidence issues as hulk
I'm right and wrong. Wakandan air force was present. They were just ineffective.
In Black Panther 2 when a resurrected Killmonger goes batshit they better carpet bomb
Dat ending though
Half of everyone dies
1998 that gets an Oscar
but there's no way motherfucking Sam Jackson stays dead, so we know Dr Strange has a plan
Cover for Empire magazine's December 2018 year-in-review issue:
Empire magazine's Instagram account having fun with the placement of user labels on the image:
Main newsstand cover version of the above:
I just realized they had a fucking air force
1. When they are worried about being surrounded, instead of opening the perimeter why not expand the vanguard into a secondary boundary. The perimeter is 90% effective and you have thousands of trained fighters. They have blood to spare but they don't have infinite blood to spare
2. Yeah they have fucking Falcon and War Machine raining hellfire from above. Plus 15 minutes after they open section 17 a literal God shows up. Tney were smart by concentrating the enemy position but use your air superiority to your advantage
Cover of Art of Avengers: Infinity War by Ryan Meinerding:
Avengers 4 is currently 3 hours, says director
The live Q&A was frustrating for some who came only for movie news, as Russo mostly talked about his new bar, discussing drinks with Duello Creative Director Iain McPherson. But some Avengers gossip slipped in. And the biggest news came when Russo was asked how long Avengers 4 will be.
"It's currently sitting right at three hours," Russo said. "So we'll see if that holds, but it's sitting right at three hours right now."
with all the characters that are in it it makes sense that it is a long movie
Previously unreleased concept art, depicting Nebula spying on Thanos and the Black Order, for a scene that never ended up making it into the movie:
Per this concept art, originally, Groot was supposed to help Eitri forge Stormbreaker by extending his branches and sharing them with Eitri as pseudo-arms:
And the Oscar goes to... Thanos!
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