The Avengers: Endgame Review

How the Freak should I know?  I haven’t seen it yet.  I have to wait for it to come to HBO/Amazon/Hulu/Itunes.   There is no way I can sit through a three hour movie in the theaters.  That’s just insanity.

  1.  I hear there is a new character:  Ms Marvel.  W. the Actual F.  You spend 22 movies introducing us to all the characters you could ever need and then introduce a new one in the “Endgame”?    I would accuse them of insanity, but since people are buying the previous 22 movies, they could pretty much turn it into cat videos at this point and still make money.
  2. 1.2 Billion dollars in the opening weekend.  And that’s not even counting all those countries that pay one guy to go into the theater and film it on his phone and then distributes it to all his friends for pennies.
  3. I’m guessing it will have so much action that the audience will be begging for it to end at about the 2 hour mark, but will have to sit through it because they already paid for it and don’t want to waste their movie dollars.  The Human brain can only absorb so much  story, action, dialog and massive CGI.

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1 Response to The Avengers: Endgame Review

  1. Heresolong says:

    Speaking as a fan: I didn’t go see Captain Marvel after Brie Larson said that she wasn’t interested in the opinions of white men. Good enough for me, she presumably doesn’t need my $$ either. That made me less interested in seeing the new movie so I may or may not bother. I hate it when my comic books push politics on me.

    Oh well, finished reading Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell and am halfway through Vision of the Anointed, although I hear he has an updated version. This one dates from the nineties so that stats are a bit out of date. Bad Students, Not Bad Schools which is an interesting take on the problems that our public schools are having over the past thirty years or so. And Gary Sinise’s autobiography Grateful American is pretty good. I don’t read a lot of biography as I am not that interested in the personal lives of the rich and famous, even when I like what they do, but this one was interesting as he discussed how he came to spend most of his time helping veterans. Still need to get to Hayek’s Road to Serfdom and have been eyeing the copy of How the West Won by Rodney Stark that has been sitting on my bookshelf for a while.


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