Hmmmm Brie... smells like feet but taste delicious
@seeUpee, I assume you mean Larson ;)
@seeUpee, there is a level of kink where these are one in the same
@seeUpee, and the cheese is pretty tasty too!
@The forest, nah, she smells delicious but tastes like feet.
@Natural Sarcasm , it's called a foot fetish.
I’d let her sit on my face
I actually enjoy Brie Larson as Captain Marvel. I don't understand the hate
@Dr WillGood, it's because she has very stiff acting for a character who's meant to be quite a bit more expressive, because the way the character is written and acted makes her come across as more of a villain than a hero sometimes, and because the movie was released at a time where Captain Marvel was almost unanimously the most hated character in the comics.
@Dr WillGood, yeah. I watched this movie for the first time last night. And yes, she was extremely stiff and unemotional at the beginning. But the more she learned about herself and her origins, she began to loosen up. Especially after meeting her friend and her friend’s daughter. I thought she did fine. She was only stiff in the presence of the Kree which makes perfect sense. That said, I know absolutely nothing of the comic or the canon behind the character.
@Dr WillGood, agreed. I don’t like her personally but I thought she did a good job. If we’re gonna hold her to the standard of rdj who no one has convinced me is not actually tony stark she sucks. But then so do most of them at that standard. I really liked her getting the gauntlet from Spider-Man and the final fight sneak attack she used in her own movie. The character she plays just isn’t that good
@Dr WillGood, the hate comes more from what Brie did before the movie came out. She had a messiah complex, acted like she was the best thing in the MCU her movie came out, talked down about the other characters, talked down about white men, supported a go fund me to pay for little girls to go see the movie (not kids in general, just girls. A fund raiser that she would benefit from due to ticket sales instead of donating money herself), basically spat on the reputation of every strong female in movies that came before her based on how she talk about girls finally has a woman to look up to. In the movie she spoke down to people (like when she said to Fury something like "you finally ask an intelligent question").
@codyl, fair enough. I'll take that as an answer. I still enjoyed the movie and hope that she'll become more humble with experience.
@CaliforniaDuck, it’s almost as if that was the point. I don’t understand how people don’t get she was trained to be emotionless...that’s like one of the first things that she is told in the movie. But as the movie continues and she bonds with Fury you can see more emotion being shown..also if you see her other roles u can see she has range
@Dr WillGood, The simple answer is Brie Larson is a mega cvnt.
A man plays a cold calculating hero: everyone loves it! Amazing!
A woman plays that character: she can't act and is garbage!
@Sluggernot, I actually liked her before this movie and thought she did really well in Scott pilgrim. Captain marvel was not her best acting job. I honestly think it's the worst of the new line of marvel movies.
@Sluggernot, lol, you think Danvers counts as a cold and calculating character? That’s cute
@Sluggernot, it's not cold and calculating if the character is supposed to be be expressive but isn't. Then it's just bad acting. Cold and calculating doesn't mean emotionless.
@Your Waifu, the character wasn’t supposed to be expressive in this film though. Throughout the movie it is talking about how she needs to suppress her emotion and that she needs to be an emotionless kree soldier. So the fact that she played a stiff emotionless character for most of the movie makes sense...so if anything I would blame the writing
@xxTrashBoatxx, but she doesnt express any emotions even in the scenes where she is supposed to, in any of the movies. And suppressing emotions doesn't mean you have to always have the exact same expression.
@Your Waifu, Bruce Banber becomes a city leveling rage monster if he gets stressed and had more emotion than her. she starts to talk with her old friend, has the emotional range of a potato, learns she unwittingly took part in a genocide, potato (stark went into a mini breakdown after his confinment and learning what his weapo s were used for), she slaughters her former comrades that were possibly just as manipulated as her by the ship load, pretty much the only hime she smiles. How can people not see that is why people complain about her emotional range.
Uh. Kristen Stewart...
They explain at the very beginning of the movie that her character is told to be unemotional: “There is nothing more dangerous to a warrior than emotion.”
That wasn't really an issue with the movie. The big issue was that she had no real flaws