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Old 05-13-2019, 02:42 PM   #171
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I think the handling of Thor and the Hulk, the usual confusion created whenever dealing with time travel in a story, and the decision to let important scenes happen off screen for the sake of run time all contributed to my enjoying the film less on the first viewing.

Not so much because I disagreed with these choices, it simply took me out of the film. On seeing the film for a second time, I was able to better navigate these elements and enjoy the story they had decided to tell.
Good to hear. Iím going back this week for my second showing.
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Old 05-13-2019, 03:28 PM   #172
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I think the handling of Thor and the Hulk, the usual confusion created whenever dealing with time travel in a story, and the decision to let important scenes happen off screen for the sake of run time all contributed to my enjoying the film less on the first viewing.

Not so much because I disagreed with these choices, it simply took me out of the film. On seeing the film for a second time, I was able to better navigate these elements and enjoy the story they had decided to tell.
Agreed. I was very disappointed at things either "missing" or being included when I saw the film for the first time, so much that I had a general indifference to the film overall. I enjoyed the film much more my second and third times seeing it, though still rate it below Infinity War.
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Old 05-13-2019, 10:38 PM   #173
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I think the handling of Thor and the Hulk, the usual confusion created whenever dealing with time travel in a story, and the decision to let important scenes happen off screen for the sake of run time all contributed to my enjoying the film less on the first viewing.

Not so much because I disagreed with these choices, it simply took me out of the film. On seeing the film for a second time, I was able to better navigate these elements and enjoy the story they had decided to tell.
I had the same experience in my first and second viewing as well. Galactus had mentioned this earlier in this thread, and I discovered that he was right.
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Old 05-13-2019, 11:10 PM   #174
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Dr. Strange 3 could be a Defenders team film along the lines of Captain America Civil war.

We already got Dr. Strange, the hulk and Valkyrie as established characters and the rights to Silver Surfer and Namor are back at Marvel.

I just want a dedicated Silver Surfer film first.
I'd welcome any SS done properly but the character is too epic and deep to just show up for a team up first in my opinion.
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Old 05-13-2019, 11:28 PM   #175
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Do you do a Silver Surfer origins movie before or after his appearance in Fantastic Four?
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Old 05-13-2019, 11:31 PM   #176
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Do you do a Silver Surfer origins movie before or after his appearance in Fantastic Four?

In comics of course FF/SS came first. But my heart wants SS first. Perhaps they won't go the FF/SS angle because of those, cough... "other" films.
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Just came back from my second showing. Much more enjoyable the second time!
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I understand Howard The Duck appears in the final battle toting a big gun. I’ve looked for him in the two times I’ve seen the film but couldn’t catch a visual, and have looked online and saw an image of him near The Wasp, but it looks superimposed. The scene has a dark aura but he’s too bright in the image. Any truth to his being there?
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Old 05-18-2019, 12:45 PM   #179
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In comics of course FF/SS came first. But my heart wants SS first. Perhaps they won't go the FF/SS angle because of those, cough... "other" films.
Agreed. He deserves his own movie. Heís easily one of Marvelís most important characters.
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I understand Howard The Duck appears in the final battle toting a big gun. I’ve looked for him in the two times I’ve seen the film but couldn’t catch a visual, and have looked online and saw an image of him near The Wasp, but it looks superimposed. The scene has a dark aura but he’s too bright in the image. Any truth to his being there?
He's in the actual movie in that single scene for about 2 seconds.

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