Although it shouldn’t, since the Punisher is the antithesis of what law enforcement and a regular armed service should be, and the fact that he once served in the USMC doesn’t change or excuse that
As Thufir Hawat or Dr. Yueh?
Okay... that’s 3 of us (a friend of mine hates Ragnarok, also).
PLEASE stop with this idiotic response.
This. So much this.
I am very whelmed.
“[W]hy is this even getting a look? this relationship is one of the worst things to happen in the MCU.”
I did one month on the Shanghai Metro during rush hour. One day I did a headcount estimate for the car I was in, multiplied it by the number of cars in that train.... and realized that that train was probably carrying a number of people equal to the entire population of my home town.
I guess I have a parmesan cheese addiction by those criteria.
Guessing you’re not a parent.
That’s not ironic. That’s the current state of politics in about half the world.
My only real issue with this episode is that, apparently, nobody on the writing (or directing) staff has ever been on the subway in Shanghai or Tokyo. They could have easily fit another 25-30 people on that shuttle. Probably all 75. They weren’t even trying.
I don’t think it’s appropriate for the swastika to be used today except in some rare circumstances.
And in only that film. In the others he was devious and interested in having fun. To him, “having fun” may involve bringing pain to individuals, but not engaging in the tedium of coordinating a full-scale invasion.
It’s a toy to be played with. How could he possibly leave such a fun toy sitting there unused?
Those two scenarios are completely different. And it makes perfect sense that he would do one, but not the other.
What is that? (I’m an old fart; not up on all the hip new ships).
The movie only barely alludes to racial inequality in America. When Cap puts together his crack team of commandos, they’re a rainbow coalition, and nobody acts like that’s weird. I wasn’t around in the ’40s, but given what I know, that seems unlikely.
I wasn’t going to comment on this thread (because I know nothing about the persons involved), but I have to speak up to this comment.