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Bret Hart

Infinity War

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I ended up seeing this last night (in a small theater sitting in the front row....). I knew people would "die" but was just rolling my eyes when I saw how they died. Seriously, is there any doubt that they're not going to come back? Why is everyone freaking out? Like, come on. There's no coincidence that the original Avengers are all still alive. The next movie will see them saving their friends.

One thing, though: Thanos did nothing wrong.

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21 hours ago, Entendu said:

I ended up seeing this last night (in a small theater sitting in the front row....). I knew people would "die" but was just rolling my eyes when I saw how they died. Seriously, is there any doubt that they're not going to come back? Why is everyone freaking out? Like, come on. There's no coincidence that the original Avengers are all still alive. The next movie will see them saving their friends.

One thing, though: Thanos did nothing wrong.

I agree with all of this. 

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Anyone watch Ant-Man and Wasp yet? Curious to know if it connects at all to Infinity War.

Supposedly it's not connected, but the ending has a 10-15 second clip that ties it in that's supposed to be 'crazy'. I'm scared to look it up on the internetz and read a huge spoiler that will ruin the movie for me so just looking for a 'nah it doesn't relate to Infinity War at all' or 'yea it's great, hold on to your butt'

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On 6/21/2018 at 7:10 AM, SilverBullet1929 said:

I agree with all of this. 

Check out the reddit stories about the /ThanosDidNothingWrong forum.

Fucking Hilarious and wish I had a account just to participate.

https://www.vox.com/2018/7/10/17553864/reddit-thanosdidnothingwrong-mass-ban-dusting

http://comicbook.com/marvel/2018/07/10/marvel-responds-thanos-did-nothing-wrong-reddit-ban/

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21 hours ago, Uncle Leo said:

Anyone watch Ant-Man and Wasp yet? Curious to know if it connects at all to Infinity War.

Supposedly it's not connected, but the ending has a 10-15 second clip that ties it in that's supposed to be 'crazy'. I'm scared to look it up on the internetz and read a huge spoiler that will ruin the movie for me so just looking for a 'nah it doesn't relate to Infinity War at all' or 'yea it's great, hold on to your butt'

The movie and the "Stinger at the End" have nothing to do with one another other than  simple plot device... HOWEVER- the end makes pretty clear where Ant-Mans world and himself stand after Thanos. There is some correlation. But Antman on it's own was pretty great. I enjoyed it.

With that said, if you haven't seen infinity war- you can watch antman until the stinger. If you prefer to skip antman- you can if you watch the stinger.

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Nah, I'm fully caught up. I've watched everything. I'll probably go sometime this week, was just curious. I have m o v i e pass and buy regular tickets for movies like Ant Man and Black Panther but I go on Wednesdays like two weeks after the opening so I just walk into pretty much empty IMAX theaters and it's great.

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On 7/10/2018 at 10:48 AM, Uncle Leo said:

Anyone watch Ant-Man and Wasp yet? Curious to know if it connects at all to Infinity War.

Supposedly it's not connected, but the ending has a 10-15 second clip that ties it in that's supposed to be 'crazy'. I'm scared to look it up on the internetz and read a huge spoiler that will ruin the movie for me so just looking for a 'nah it doesn't relate to Infinity War at all' or 'yea it's great, hold on to your butt'

I saw it two weeks ago.  Like others said, the movie otherwise unconnected to Infinity War aside from the end credits scene.

They do parallel each other, though, and the end scene explains where they are in the timeline of the broader MCU.

There is a second scene after all the credits too, but....meh is how I'd describe it.  You could skip it and be fine/not miss anything if you don't want to wait.

Hopefully that gives some insight without giving it away.

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17 hours ago, rmc523 said:

I saw it two weeks ago.  Like others said, the movie otherwise unconnected to Infinity War aside from the end credits scene.

They do parallel each other, though, and the end scene explains where they are in the timeline of the broader MCU.

There is a second scene after all the credits too, but....meh is how I'd describe it.  You could skip it and be fine/not miss anything if you don't want to wait.

Hopefully that gives some insight without giving it away.

Thanks. I watched it a week ago. One of my friends I went with got tired of waiting for the 2nd scene after the end credits and looked it up on his phone and was like "dude, let's go. It's stupid" and I was like "don't you dare!" and I shook my finger at him very threatening like. And then when I saw it... yeah wow. haha. Waiting 5 minutes to see an Ant playing the drums. Sigh. I gotta say though... *SPOILER* I can't believe Ant-Man was left inside meanwhile all 3 of Wasp, Pym and his wife were all disintegrated... one of them couldn't remain? How the eff does he get out now. Anyway. Really looking forward to Captain Marvel

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