Cool_Breeze
Cool_Breeze
Jul 21
1

You explained it better than anybody I know thus far 

Jul 20
2

I actually think the original MCU timeline is the one where AoS prevented the breakup. Robin showed the future in her drawings before the team was sent forward. So in this root timeline, the cracking of the Earth already will have happened. When the team finds their way back and prevents the breakup, that becomes the Read more

Jul 20
12

I think there are different types of time travel in the MCU (think of different levels of it).

May 27
1

I knew that Caity Lotz as Kirk would be perfection. I was more surprised by how funny and sexy Jes Macallan was as Spock

May 8
113

I like this idea a lot better than Boba getting his own show, but only if Temuera Morrison also shows up as old-man Rex in whatever episodes Ahsoka is in.

Apr 13
71

America is getting both more prudish and more prurient at the same time

Apr 13
10

I like to imagine Bones was one of the last “regular dudes” around by the time TNG brought us the Federation utopia.

Apr 11
2

I’m glad you posted this. I loathe when folks say things like, “How did you not know...” that isn’t good humaning. You, kind person of the internet, possibly prevented some other less kind people on the internet to fire their snark lasers at the person commenting. Read more

Apr 10
18

This. Setting aside any discussion of “let’s have the woman in the group of dudes be one of the ones to die,” her death wasn’t based on “the sentiment that her found family in the Avengers ... was neither important nor valid.” She believed her death was the only way to save those who were that important to her. I Read more

Apr 10
6

as an aside, i love this mindset. if you meet someone with something you can show them, the binary is either laugh at them or teach them, always go for happily teach. you build up, otherwise you are just tearing down.

Apr 10
9

but is the implication that Clint and Nat love each other more than Clint loves his family, or that Nat loves herself more than anything in the universe?
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Apr 10
54

It’s not subtext, this is straight-up said out loud by Natasha and Steve and maybe Clint too in this movie.

Apr 10
51

I wish the dialogue in the theatrical version was more explicit about what you said. It’s the bigass superhero finale. Show us big gestures. Just have her, for once, say out loud “Let me do this for my family: you and the Avengers.” or something to that effect so that it cuts through all the weird implications Read more

Apr 10
86

Yes this. By killing herself she gives up her found family. Natasha wasn’t the think Hawkeye loves the most. Her new found life was what Nat loved most and she gives that away.

Apr 10
10

Yeah. This feels a thousand times better. The theatrical version of the scene felt like writers verbally trying to justify her “sacrifice”, but it didn’t work for me probably because I didn’t really buy Hawkeye’s turn and redemption. (It’s also honestly different because Black Widow was raised in a brainwashing Read more