I don't know why you guys are so hyped. They'r ejust going to pull the same "tell don't show" crap they did in the last movie.
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Flashpoint was infinitely better than War. War was atrocious.
@herokiller12344: I don't need a crutch. If you don't like it don't watch it. It's that simple. I can't wait for it and I love that it's not taking itself too seriously. We'll see what happens when it opens to judge properly. I have faith in what Marvel is doing people like you are in the minority when it comes to detractors.
1. I'm not some mindless hater, I'm making an observation. How the f*ck that makes me the bad guy, I will never understand.
2. Oh you have faith? Good for you. I'm sure you'll just love this film.
Anything above 38. Let's be real here, aside from the implications of still having to retreat to video games when your life is half over, when you get old your heart just can't take the stress and the excitement.
@lone_wolf_and_cub: Okay, no one is demanding that this film be grim and gritty. You can't use that as a crutch to beat detractors with.
There's more than just comedy film and grim/gritty drama.
Alright, I need to say something: Judging by these trailers alone, Marvel has made a serious mistake. Too much comedy. I'm sure no one has a problem with one or two snappy quips or lines of banter, but these seem constant. I remember hearing that all of Star-Lord's jokes and references will be 80s themes.
1. What the hell do you mean all? How many jokes and references does he need?
2. Oh wow, 80s jokes. Because things that happened 30 years are just as relevant.
This is an action film, right? Sell it as one. Too many jokes ruined Thor 2 and depending upon your viewpoint, Iron Man 3.