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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe Discussion

They're way too easy to binge haha, Personally taking a week to go through each movie in chronological order, not release date but actual Story arc line ups, it does really well to paint a picture and to make Infinity Game and End War more heart hitting
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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe Discussion


@TheGreyApe wrote:
Honestly, I wouldn't waste time watching it. Its good for a bit of back story but overall the movie lacks heavy in the Wow factor.

I certainly will watch it. Having paid for the DVD, I'm not into wasting money like that. Also although I like Marvel movies, I can't say I am fanatical about them. I can 'pop in and out' when I feel there is one I'm interested in..

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe Discussion

I think it's always better to go against reviews and make your own mind up. People take different things from movies and all are worth watching to me.

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe Discussion

I like watching those with not-so-great reviews too if it's in the same franchise, so I'm not missing anything. nerd Also I'm easily entertained. laughing Having said that, I've only watched some Marvel movies, not all, but I intend on seeing all of them eventually! Just not in chronological order though. Really looking forward to the new Spider-Man! Thanks for hiding the spoilers. thumbsup I had plans to go a few days ago, but had a migraine the same day and had to postpone. Smiley Sad

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe Discussion

Seen them all apart from the 3rd Thor and the new Spiderman
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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe Discussion

Marvel unveils swathe of new superhero films:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-49060944

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There is a lot to look forward to there. Thanks for that @Ian_ 👍

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Yeah, thanks for that @Ian_, I'm looking forward to what they've got lined up, particularly Black Panther 2.

 

Just received Captain Marvel; must watch that when I've binged some of the series I downloaded from Prime. I've a few other Marvel films I've yet to watch, including Guardians of the Galaxy 2.

 

A big Marvel fan and DC Comics as well, though I tend to buy DC series like The Flash, Supergirl, Arrow and DC's Legends of Tomorrow. All coming in September, apart from Legends with a delayed release date in November.

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I've got Captain Marvel as well. Still to watch it. I've downloaded the first series of Life on Mars (loved that) Peaky Blinders, and the one recommended by @Ian_  Catch 22. Too much to watch smiling

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I see Avengers :Endgame is set to surpass all records as the highest grossing film

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-49063276

 

The weekend take of the Disney and Marvel Studios' sequel should push it past the record held by James Cameron's epic of $2,789.7bn (£2,231.3bn

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