And Captain Marvel is the exact opposite
@Sexy Homunculus, she's just terrible in every way and I do not like her
@WelI Obviously, Correct.
@WelI Obviously, Normally I’d rant about how Captain Marvel is a very misunderstood film and is in fact pretty damn good, but I don’t have the energy to right now. So instead, I’m just gonna say this: you’re entitled to your opinion, thank you for expressing it, and have a good day.
@Scott Sterling, I’ve yet to watch Captain Marvel but she seemed kind of full of herself and standoffish in Endgame... I’ll watch the film and give her a fair chance though.
@Blasphemy is Fun, Captain Marvel is similar to Black Panther in that while both films are good, neither one is the amazing, groundbreaking event that the trailers made it out to be. Having said that, I think Brie Larson is an okay actress. She’s not amazing, but she’s pretty good.
@Blasphemy is Fun, it’s an average to below average marvel movie which still means it’s a decent flick. It has some good moments like they all do but nothing terribly memorable just setting up captain marvel for endgame with some 90’s nostalgia
@Scott Sterling, see I totally get that! As someone who has only watched the movies, and read none of the comics, all I have to go on for her character is what the movie brought. I don't hate the character, but I think being so invested in the others and then she shows up as the essentially all powerful God Mode character just kind of falls a little flat for me at the moment. It'll probably change once she's around more, but we'll see.
@WelI Obviously, I just don’t get why everyone complains that she shows no emotion. One of the main things in the movie was the Kree training her to be an emotionless soldier, and her overcoming that and learning that her emotions can give her something of an edge against them.