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  • Powder
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    Just the shear emotion of the movie made it great.

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  • Buzzard Guts
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    Definitely top 3. I try to refrain from judging a movie while still "in the moment", but Marvel once again proves themselves untouchable when it comes to handling a large ensemble. I've seen the movie and I still don't know how they managed to do justice to everyone shown in the trailers.

    As a side note I was astonished at how packed the theater was. We went to the 3:30 the day after the premiere and I'm glad I pre-ordered my tickets two weeks in advance.
    Last edited by Buzzard Guts; 12-19-2021, 10:29 AM.

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  • Powder
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    Greatest MCU movie.

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  • The Cook
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    Didn't see it in IMAX but I thought it was awesome, hope you enjoy it.

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  • Buzzard Guts
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    Driving 2 hours for my first IMAX experience to see Spider-Man. Very excited.

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  • meandi
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    Whenever Hawkeye debuts on Disney+, it’ll no doubt call back at least a little bit, and if the rumored ThunderBolts/Dark Avengers comes to fruition, this movie will at least kick start it a little bit. Other than that, though… yeah- complete stand alone flick. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Not everything needs to be a set up for the next movie all the time.

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  • The Cook
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    While I enjoyed it enough unless future MCU projects (other than the one teased in the post credits scene) callback to it then it's ultimately quite skippable.

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  • Powder
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    Black Widow was a lot of fun. It was a stand alone movie that had a few references to the larger MCU from Civil War and prior since this takes place right after Civil War. The post credits scene ties into the larger MCU future.

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  • Powder
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    Today's ep was so much better than last week's. So much info, with some good action. BUUUUUT, for someone who does not know Marvel all that well, I had to look up who some of the new characters were, and I hope they are who they are.


    And yes, Sam and Bucky in therapy is awesome!

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  • Buzzard Guts
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    I could watch an entire series of Sam and Bucky in couples therapy.

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  • Powder
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    Gotcha...I also love movies, and I love the theater for the big screen experience regardless of amount of people. I prefer less, but even if I had a 75inch TV, it does not compare as watching a Movie like Endgame on an IMAX3D. That you cannot replicate.

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  • meandi
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    I think we’re arguing the same point but from a different perspective. I love movies, but I hate going to the theatre. (Unless it’s a movie that’s about to leave the theatres and I can catch a matinee on a Tuesday when I’m pretty much the only person in there. A jam packed theatre? No thanks.)

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  • Powder
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    I completely get that, buy my point was that going out justifies the spending of money over staying in.

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  • meandi
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    And I guess that’s where we differ. Using your example of the bar, I’d much rather do that versus drinking at home because it’s more of the social interaction with people that I’m looking for. Whereas with a movie, I’m trying to focus on that and pay attention, therefore, I don’t want to be around a bunch of strangers at that point.

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  • Powder
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    I live on Long Island, NY where we have one of the most expensive cost of living in the US, so movie ticket prices range from $6-8 for the matinee (first showing of the day) to $23 for an IMAX3D ticket. But conservatively, a standard adult ticket is around $14-17 each. If you buy your ticket online or through and app, you would then have to add taxes and fees, which adds a few dollars.

    All in all, it is cheaper to pay the $30, but as I said above, it not the money, it's the experience. $30 to watch at home feels like a rip off vs $30 to go to the movies.
    Last edited by Powder; 03-25-2021, 10:14 AM.

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