it's the context that makes it perfect dummy
>I'm with you until the end of the line
But you wouldn't know good storytelling if it hit you in the face. You probably are one of those man of steel apologists
>Cap get's shot at the end of Civil War
>Steve is dying in Bucky's arms
>Bucky says "Don't worry pal. I'm with you till the end of the line"
I want to see this scene. I will be laughin when my friends are crying since I have prepared myself
It's a Marvel film, not a Disney one. Disney has no say in what is going to happen in the movie. Marvel even pays for it's films out of it's own pocket. There isn't even a Disney logo anywhere in the Marvel films.
>. Disney has no say in what is going to happen in the movie
pffffttt suuuuure buddie, that's why Tony Stark is not an alcoholic, fucked over Malakith and made Ultron into a joke, because Marvel wanted that!
All under Disney and they were the best that we've gotten this far. Unless you're going to try to tell me shit like the first Cap and Thor movies and IM2 were the peak of the MCU. You're an idiot.
Avengers is incredibly mediocre. It only survives on the hype of having everyone team up.
>Character drama is nearly all forced by the infinity stone
>Hawkeye written out so the writers didn't have to deal with him for most of the movie
>Build up to fight Loki, Hulk beats him in two seconds
>Coulson's death effects everyone on the same level for some cheap drama despite him only interacting with one cast member on a substantial level. Two are implied due to history, one has nothing, and the other two have barely a few minutes of screen time with him.
All it has going for it, all anyone ever says about it is "Everyone teams up!"
It's hands down the worst MCU film. Down there with the Thor movies.
Same here, yuropoor and Cap is my favorite.
>"People can interpret the relationship however they want to interpret it. For us, we’ve always interpreted the relationship as two brothers... We will never define it as filmmakers, explicitly, but however people want to interpret it."
Avengers was fine as a big action flick. It delivered on what it was meant to be. The Green Screen was shit though.
Age of Ultron was just boring. I barely remember the second half of the movie or why Ultron fell out of a helicopter
He's the best representation of the ideal of America in fiction. He's a patriot without being a jingoist, old-fashioned without being out-of-touch, morally righteous without being a white knight. Cap tells us that no matter horrors exist in America's past and present, there's still here.
Why the fuck those hot actors decided that it was fun to tease the fuck of everyone, I want this ride to end.
Speaking of fight scenes, found this short documentary about stunt work in superhero movies, focusing on TWS.
Pretty cool stuff.