Trailer Eternals Movie

Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
Some friends and I are renting a theater for this, to which we can invite a safely-sized group of vaccinated-only folks, allowing us to share the movie in much-reduced anxiety.

I should note for folks, when spread over the group that's going, it isn't that expensive. For us, it averages out to about $13 per person.
 
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Zardnaar

Legend
Some friends and I are renting a theater for this, to which we can invite a safely-sized group of vaccinated-only folks, allowing us to share the movie in much-reduced anxiety.

I should note for folks, when spread over the group that's going, it isn't that expensive. For us, it averages out to about $13 per person.

Not a bad idea. Avoid the plague rats and make a night of it with friends.
 


Zardnaar

Legend
Yeah. We did it for Shang Chi, and had a blast.

It has other benefits. For example, if one of your friends is in tough financial straights due to the pandemic you can have them along and then just quietly forget to collect their share.

John Campea was raving about Shang Chi. What is it?
 

Sabathius42

Bree-Yark
And hopefully not like a particular module for TORG, in which a major thing was given away right on the front cover :ROFLMAO:
It was like naming a Citizen Kane module "Guy wants a sled".

The only defense I can think of for it was that MAYBE back then only the GM would have noticed it....there not being the web and all.
 





Wolf72

Explorer
Just got to see this. One of the best intro songs for any MCU movie!

the sex scene? meh, didn't need to see it, but I think it gave Ikaris a bigger cross to bear for most of the movie.

Thoroughly enjoyed the movie. Got to see Shang-Chi two weeks ago, too. Love both and think they are fun additions to the MCU. I want more story lines to be tied in or even some decent cameos.
 

Tonguez

A suffusion of yellow
Saw it and liked it, the mythology was fun (battle of Gilgamesh and Enkidu and Peter Pan reference made me grin) and would have been fun to see more adventures in history - but alas time constraints.

I really liked that it didnt feel like an Avengers movie and the story brought that soap opera sensibility and actual deaths.. Changing the origin of the Eternals and Deviants was an unexpected but imho great change that adds to the tragic nature of the group.

There were too many characters to really get attached though, and would have loved to have seen more of Kro (the deviant leader) and an insight into his psychology. He came across as similar to Ultron but ultimately with less screentime

I noticed the film was playing yesterday (the day before the release date) so I went and watched it last night. Really enjoyed the mythology and metaphysics of it.
 
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Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
Saw it last night, and enjoyed it.

As others have noted, this wasn't so much a "superhero" movie as it was an epic drama, whose characters just happened to have superpowers.

I was okay with changes to the Eternals origins, but... the "Celestials take energy from planets to make stars" or that Celestials are responsible for star formation in general is COMPLETE BUNK AND NONSENSE, EVEN FOR A SUPERHERO MOVIE!!!!ONE!

There, now that I got that off my chest, I feel better
 

Tonguez

A suffusion of yellow
Saw it last night, and enjoyed it.

As others have noted, this wasn't so much a "superhero" movie as it was an epic drama, whose characters just happened to have superpowers.

I was okay with changes to the Eternals origins, but... the "Celestials take energy from planets to make stars" or that Celestials are responsible for star formation in general is COMPLETE BUNK AND NONSENSE, EVEN FOR A SUPERHERO MOVIE!!!!ONE!

There, now that I got that off my chest, I feel better
I like that they essentially established that the Celestial are liars, so nothing they claimed should be taken as ‘gospel’ (ahem)
 

Umbran

Mod Squad
Staff member
I like that they essentially established that the Celestial are liars, so nothing they claimed should be taken as ‘gospel’ (ahem)

Arishem only spoke directly to Ajak and Sersi - and it told both of them the truth about their mission.
 

Tonguez

A suffusion of yellow
Arishem only spoke directly to Ajak and Sersi - and it told both of them the truth about their mission.
Possibly, but the whole introduction creates conflicts in the claim that Celestials predate the Big Bang and the Six Singularities (Infinity Stones).

We also know from Ego that Celestials arent trustworthy
 


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