Idk what the solution is. Obviously some audience scores are being bombed but critic scores are also out of whack. See the Orville for example.
Well, in case you didn't know (which I know you do, as I'm very familiar with your posting history, but this is more for the benefit of other readers) both those sites have coordinated a negative campaign against Captain Marvel based on the lead character being female since long before the movie was released.No I just copy that what people who do post on other sites.
The idiots trying to tank it may have gave it more publicity lol. That old saying "there's no such thing as bad publicity".Captain Marvel is a smashing success at the box office. It has already made the same amount as Rogue One during the same time span, and 50% more than the Wonder Woman opening.
Nah man. I liked that big hammer. Pounding away at my emotional shielding. That was in my opinion pretty awesome. I mean sure. It's just us Humans pointing out how great we are... but we can be pretty great.Well the movie is out and while I found it entertaining its in my opinion rather far from being the best Marvel movie.
While most (but not all) gags were good many of the "though one liners" felt misplaced to me. And while the movie does start rather strong in my opinion it loses a lot in the last third where imo there is no real suspense when the bad guys are crossed off one after another.
And they could have used a bit smaller hammer to get the message of never giving up across. That was anything but subtle.
I thought it was a great message, and hammering it home was good by me.Nah man. I liked that big hammer. Pounding away at my emotional shielding. That was in my opinion pretty awesome. I mean sure. It's just us Humans pointing out how great we are... but we can be pretty great.
I prefer more subtle messages in movies. Even Zootopia wasn't that direct "in your face".Nah man. I liked that big hammer. Pounding away at my emotional shielding. That was in my opinion pretty awesome. I mean sure. It's just us Humans pointing out how great we are... but we can be pretty great.
More generally, I really liked the movie. I couldn't tell you which out of all of them was my favorite, but I would certainly watch this one again.
Before the net was really the net https://www.warnerbros.com/news/articles/2015/06/23/batman-26-years-later/If people were doing that with films before Episode I I'd like to hear about it, but I think TPM really hit at the time of the rise of the Internet, where people could discuss trailers online, and download them, and share info about which movies had which trailers attached.
I generally agree with you, but I didn't like this. The Skrulls are invading bad guys in the original Kree-Skrull war. If Marvel wants to do any more K-S, and I assume they do, we have to see more typically evil Skrulls at some point so that Earth can be a neutral 3rd party to all that. Now, we saw both admirable and evil Kree - obviously, CM had to break allegiance with them and find herself. The Kree being presented as complicated, future writers can use them in several ways.I even liked the Skrull twist. It was an interesting subversion of expectations. Clearly they couldn't have the Kree be the good guys, and needed to have some reason to have Marvel turn on them. But having it be the Skrulls was inspired: they have been refugees in the past (their homeworld being a victim of Galactus).