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Ant Man 3: Quantumania - Absolute Garbage
Ant man & The Wasp: Quantumania is a truly abysmal start to Phase 5. A stolen plot, appalling characters, derivative visuals, and a villain it is literally impossible to care about. The MCU is dying.
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Velma - Just the Worst Thing
Рет қаралды 377 М.Ай бұрын
Get Surfshark VPN at - Enter promo code PLATOON for 83% off and three extra months for free! You asked, I delivered: the final 6 episodes of Velma in ONE review. It nearly killed me, but I made it to the end. It actually got a little bit better whenever it wasn't being the worst thing on the planet. Part 1 (Reuploaded after HBO took down the original):
Avatar: The Way of Water - Really Quite Bad
Рет қаралды 250 М.Ай бұрын
Avatar: The Way of Water is visually stunning. It's also a terribly written mess of plot holes, cliches and contrivances. If this is the best cinema has to offer, then what's the point? *Support the channel!* Patreon: Subscribestar: Channel memberships are open! *More from The Little Platoon* LostChord (my second channel): kz...
Velma - A Crime Against Comedy
Рет қаралды 435 М.Ай бұрын
After the horror of its first two, did episodes 3 and 4 get any better? No, they didn't. This is anti-comedy. Nobody involved in this show should be allowed to work again. Part 1 (Reuploaded after HBO took down the original):бейне.html&ab_channel=TheLittlePlatoon *Support the channel!* Patreon: Subscribestar:
Velma - This Isn't Funny [Re-Up]
Рет қаралды 425 М.2 ай бұрын
Velma has debuted on HBO Max and somehow managed to fall beneath our lowest expectations. Besides being unfunny, its humour is fundamentally cruel, spiteful & bitter. If a teenage boy had written it, we'd call him an incel. [This is a re-upload of a video that got 250k views in a day. Someone at HBO manually copyright claimed a segment that was clearly fair use and got the video taken down. KZc...
A Critique of Star Trek Discovery - Part Three
Рет қаралды 129 М.2 ай бұрын
The concluding part of my critique series covering Star Trek Discovery Season 4. This is technically a very *old* video, 80% of it having been made way back in May 2022. Consequently it may be rather clunky next to my more recent offerings. I upload it now for the sake of completeness. Part One:бейне.html&ab_channel=TheLittlePlatoon Part Two:
Wakanda Forever - A Fitting End to a Terrible Phase 4
Рет қаралды 258 М.3 ай бұрын
Rounding off the Wakanda Forever critique with the film's third act - writing that's fairly typical of the MCU's Phase 4 sludge pipe. Non-characters, Nonsensical motives, non-existent worldbuilding; missed beats and wasted opportunities. But hey, at least we *survived* Phase 4. Part One:бейне.html Part Two:бейне.html Excerpt - The Trag...
Wakanda Forever - This Film Makes No Sense
Рет қаралды 317 М.3 ай бұрын
Continuing the three-part critique of Wakanda Forever this video covers the film's second act, from Namor deciding that he wants to nuke the whole world for no adequately explained reason, to Queen Ramonda's death. Part One:бейне.html My short review (with fewer spoilers!):бейне.html&ab_channel=LostChord *Support the channel!* Patreon:...
Wakanda Forever - It's a Terrible Mess
Рет қаралды 384 М.4 ай бұрын
If Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever seems like a more serious film than Thor: Love and Thunder or Multiverse of Madness, it's only because they stuck a funeral on the end. A memorial to Chadwick Boseman only sometimes interrupts the circus. The writing is the usual MCU mix of nonsense and silliness. Part two!бейне.html The Movie Cynic's review:
Rings of Power - Bad Lore, Worse Writing
Рет қаралды 449 М.4 ай бұрын
Rings of Power defenders (these people do exist) often claim that it doesn't matter if the adaptation butchers the lore because the show was good in its own right. This video (and future videos) explores some of the many ways the writing fails the most basic standards of competence. *Support the channel!* Patreon: Subscribestar:
She Hulk - The Big Fat Terrible Finale
Рет қаралды 293 М.4 ай бұрын
She-Hulk’s writers think they are very clever. They thought they were “trolling the trolls.” Because they are, in fact, incredibly incompetent, they ended up proving the trolls right. *Support the channel!* Patreon: Subscribestar: *Second channel!* LostChord: zWG2kCWKVA Twitter: @PlatoonPod Sub...
She-Hulk - From Bad to Worse to Terrible
Рет қаралды 467 М.5 ай бұрын
Not content with being oppressively awful in its own right, She-Hulk has breached containment and is now infecting the broader MCU. Daredevil gets the treatment in episode 8, but more importantly, its casual discarding of the Sokovia Accords proves just how bad is the decline in worldbuilding talent at Marvel. *Support the channel!* Patreon: Subscribestar: www.subsc...
Andor - Is this... good Star Wars?
Рет қаралды 171 М.5 ай бұрын
Some have called it slow, some have called it clever; some find it boring, others are intrigued. Is Andor any good? And, more importantly, is it even Star Wars? *Support the channel!* Patreon - *Substack - Bonus Content (from the other guy)* *Friends of the channel - go subscribe* @TheMovieCynic @MrBrownAlliance @GEEKWHATInc *The Critical D...
Rings of Power - Beautiful and Terrible
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Rings of Power - Beautiful and Terrible
House of the Dragon - Flawed but Fascinating
Рет қаралды 70 М.6 ай бұрын
House of the Dragon - Flawed but Fascinating
She-Hulk - Stunning and Brave and Narcissistic
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She-Hulk - Stunning and Brave and Narcissistic
She-Hulk - Nobody's Laughing
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She-Hulk - Nobody's Laughing
Prey - It's Actually Not That Good
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Prey - It's Actually Not That Good
Thor: Love and Thunder - This Film Hates You
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Thor: Love and Thunder - This Film Hates You
Jurassic World Dominion - Hilariously, Incomprehensibly Bad
Рет қаралды 428 М.8 ай бұрын
Jurassic World Dominion - Hilariously, Incomprehensibly Bad
Obi-Wan Kenobi: The Failure is Complete #RIPStarWars
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Obi-Wan Kenobi: The Failure is Complete #RIPStarWars
Obi-Wan Kenobi #5 - The Best is Still Awful #RIPStarWars
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Obi-Wan Kenobi #5 - The Best is Still Awful #RIPStarWars
Obi-Wan Kenobi - Somehow, Worse Again! #RIPStarWars
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Obi-Wan Kenobi - Somehow, Worse Again! #RIPStarWars
Obi-Wan Kenobi - It Gets Worse #RIPStarWars
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Obi-Wan Kenobi - It Gets Worse #RIPStarWars
Obi-Wan Kenobi - Cultural Vandalism #RIPStarWars
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Obi-Wan Kenobi - Cultural Vandalism #RIPStarWars
Strange New Worlds - The Best We're Going to Get
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Strange New Worlds - The Best We're Going to Get
A Critique of Star Trek Discovery - Part 2 #RIPStarTrek
Рет қаралды 59 М.10 ай бұрын
A Critique of Star Trek Discovery - Part 2 #RIPStarTrek
Was The Batman a Bad Film?
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Was The Batman a Bad Film?
He's Expecting: is this Peak Netflix?
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He's Expecting: is this Peak Netflix?
[Re-Up] A Critique of Star Trek Discovery - Part 1 #RIPStarTrek
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[Re-Up] A Critique of Star Trek Discovery - Part 1 #RIPStarTrek


  • Michael
    Michael 17 сағат бұрын

    For a show name, how about “A Platoon of Cynics” (APC) or “The Cynical Platoon” (TCP)?

  • Hostmann  Kotaku (Socrates) -47
    Hostmann Kotaku (Socrates) -47 17 сағат бұрын

    Anticipation: I am very much looking forward to this recurring series from my two favorite meatbags on the web

  • Liam Phibian
    Liam Phibian 17 сағат бұрын

    13:35 Hi Movie Cynic, for starters thank you so much for noticing my comment. When *I* noticed I was genuinely surprised and I was in pure joy when that happened. Except, I have something to make up for. The comment I quoted for Tom Cruise wasn't actually "the best superhero movie" no that was technically for James Gunn. Tom Cruise actually said: "'The Flash' is everything you want from a movie." Anyway, I have great respect and appreciation for both you and LP channels. Thank you again, gentlemen.👋🏻

  • Dan Rodrigues
    Dan Rodrigues 17 сағат бұрын

    Hugo Chávez. 😂

  • Poisyndart77
    Poisyndart77 17 сағат бұрын

    Enjoyed this! Looking forward to the next! Also, as a somewhat hard of hearing person, I appreciate everyone being at a good, even, volume level. Too often streams have one person raging loud or whisper quiet, etc. Cheers!

  • Ray Schweer
    Ray Schweer 17 сағат бұрын

    the just pushed back pretty much all programs except guardians and secret wars and echo i believe has something to do with the new female hawkeye...she might be deaf? those special presentations are gonna be better than everything else...gonna feature mephisto, surfer..and others

  • Cannon Father
    Cannon Father 17 сағат бұрын

    Cynic looks like scammer payback

  • Grand Muff Twerkin
    Grand Muff Twerkin 17 сағат бұрын

    Superhero fatigue is real. Sure, there will be superhero films that achieve box-office success, but the high days of the genre are definitely behind it. We're entering the '1970's Westerns' phase of the superhero genre.

    • Michael
      Michael 17 сағат бұрын

      Is it “super hero fatigue” or “bad writing fatigue””? I feel like evidence suggests the latter.

  • Grand Muff Twerkin
    Grand Muff Twerkin 17 сағат бұрын

    Star Wars hasn't died; it's been euthanized.

    • synetic
      synetic 17 сағат бұрын

      It identifies as popular. So everything is fine.

  • bookwrmsz
    bookwrmsz 17 сағат бұрын

    And I was 11 when Star Wars came out. And yes it was culturally significant and awesome. And yes... I'm old...

  • Erich Tomanek
    Erich Tomanek 17 сағат бұрын

    The Fearless Film Truth Teller Team.

  • bookwrmsz
    bookwrmsz 17 сағат бұрын

    I played ecco the dolphin on Sega when it came out. I guess I'm getting old...

    • The Little Platoon
      The Little Platoon 17 сағат бұрын

      I don’t think I was *alive* when that came out. So yes, I’m afraid you might be getting old. Then again, we all are.

  • The Little Platoon
    The Little Platoon 17 сағат бұрын

    Apologies for my temporary absence in this one - false Nan-had-a-stroke alarm. Next one should go smoother (unless she actually has one then).

  • Drew Hardin
    Drew Hardin 17 сағат бұрын

    As someone who was basically four when Star Wars came out (before they gave it a fancy name) it is simply impossible to properly explain how overwhelming it was at the time. The big modern theaters came around in my late teens, and so you had lots and lots of packed showings, at a time when my TV had basically three decent channels. Years later watching the The Phantom Menace was a miserable experience, like watching your childhood be destroyed before your eyes. My son, however, has a much more nostalgic experience with the prequels. The circumstances that created the original phenomenon are impossible to replicate. But, I as a fan of bad cinema, we look at the past with blinders. Much of what was available to watch throughout my childhood was truly unwatchable today. It is merely that the crap is lost to time, and the cream rises to the top.

  • Blipus
    Blipus 17 сағат бұрын

    Despite agreeing with the points, the accent is painful. Inconsistent affectations and elongations, sometimes using the northern 'u' from 'up', and other times the southern, whilst adding in certain 'flourishes' that just sound pretentious

    • The Little Platoon
      The Little Platoon 17 сағат бұрын

      Watch me live and I speak exactly the same way. I’m sorry you don’t like it, but it’s not an affectation. I don’t have the patience for that.

    • Blipus
      Blipus 17 сағат бұрын

      'Fasht Pashed' instead of 'Fast Placed', 'Plashtered Ahn' rather than 'Plastered On', 'Bahd' rather than 'Bad'. Incorrect, and Inconsistent, affectations

  • John Wolf2
    John Wolf2 17 сағат бұрын

    1) Truth Bombs 2) The angry centimeter 3) Operation Bite-down 4) Media Muggers

  • ned
    ned 18 сағат бұрын

    Cynical Unified Maniacs or CUM for short

  • MysterE
    MysterE 18 сағат бұрын


  • arghanothername
    arghanothername 18 сағат бұрын

    Every Frame a Platoon

  • OutOfThisWorld
    OutOfThisWorld 18 сағат бұрын

    The little cynic

  • The In-bed Gamer
    The In-bed Gamer 18 сағат бұрын

    Bro really said he hated shrek franchise 😢😢😢

    • James
      James 17 сағат бұрын

      It was meh

    • Daemondog
      Daemondog 18 сағат бұрын

      Can't believe this is the second youtuber I've heard say that recently

  • Brock
    Brock 18 сағат бұрын


  • ShinyCat
    ShinyCat 18 сағат бұрын

    I'm so sorry I've missed this amazing stream

    • Liam Phibian
      Liam Phibian 18 сағат бұрын

      You'll get a chance.

    • A Jaded Lizard
      A Jaded Lizard 18 сағат бұрын

      It had already started when I saw it, so I just figured I'd watch it once it was over.

  • Corey Ciepiela
    Corey Ciepiela 18 сағат бұрын

    The Cynic's Platoon

    • MysterE
      MysterE 18 сағат бұрын

      Now that's a badass name

  • Zee Threepio
    Zee Threepio 18 сағат бұрын

    Call the show "Strictly Platoonic"

    • Atom Gray
      Atom Gray 17 сағат бұрын

      ​@The Little Platoon Cultural Reviews And Prognosis...

    • The Little Platoon
      The Little Platoon 17 сағат бұрын

      I want an an acronym of some sort. Watching Asinine Nonsense… Kinema?

  • Valyr52
    Valyr52 18 сағат бұрын

    holy shit this review is just as long as the movie... i hope we get a blueray of Avatar 2 with your review while the movie runs in background.

  • Robert Ortiz-Wilson
    Robert Ortiz-Wilson 19 сағат бұрын

    Ah yes writing team, "Socialism will advance civelization because theory. Wow, we're so hip!"

  • Robert Ortiz-Wilson
    Robert Ortiz-Wilson 19 сағат бұрын

    I thought this would be the first Marvel film I go to see since No Way Home. Mostly because I like Scott and I thought his relationship with his daughter might be explored more, plus they were both very charming in their previous appearances. But I still couldn't bring myself to want to see it. Thank you, I'm now very glad I did not. I did however see Puss in Boots, I was incredibly surprised by how genuinely incredible that film was!

  • Kevin W. Clark
    Kevin W. Clark 19 сағат бұрын

    Lol the first Ant-Man movie did the sacrifice scenario way better because Scott was put into a situation where he has to shrink down to save the day and leave his loved ones behind. There's people in the real world that can mourn his lost. I think the major one problem with the mcu in phase 4 is they have hired mostly inexperienced writers who don't know the first thing about story structure or writing in general. We definitely saw that to be the case with Rings of Power. It seems to be a Hollywood trend. Part of it might be related to budgeting.

  • Kevin W. Clark
    Kevin W. Clark 20 сағат бұрын

    You forgot Bill Murray was in Ghostbusters 2016, didn't you?? Lol

  • AlphaOmega1237
    AlphaOmega1237 20 сағат бұрын

    24:00 The MCU's multiverse situation is significantly worse than you realize. There aren't just two distinct multiverses in the setting anymore... there's at least four by my count... I'm gonna go over them in roughly the order they're introduced. 1st is the Planar multiverse in the first Doctor Stange movie. It is comprised of other planes of existence where the nature of reality is fundamentally different from how the real world works (although conveniently never different enough to impead movie conventions like being able to talk and breath and see). Places like the Dark Dimension, the Mirror Dimension, and some unnamed locations from that one episode of She-Hulk are a part of it. It is explicitly referred to as The Multiverse in that first movie by The Ancient One and is treated like how things like DND handle the concept. 2nd is the Timeline multiverse introduced in Endgame and then expanded on / contradicted in Loki. This is a choice-based multiverse where the actions of individuals lead to the creation of alternative reality timelines that exist simultaneously in parallel. It is, in my view, the most complicated and broken multiverse in the MCU yet. This is because it is the one we have the most information on how it works and what it is. However, both Endgame and Loki establish different, serious rules (meaning not the jokes that Endgame spent way too much time on) both explicitly and implicitly that they then go on to break on their own, and that's not even addressing the fact that their individual rules seem to have no bearing on each other despite supposedly being the same multiverse. In Endgame, it was the simple (albeit still broken) idea that when you travel back in time, you create a new timeline rather than actually change your own past. This is based on both The Ancient One's explanation and observations from the plot, as her explanation unfortunately spends too much focus on the stones themselves to make sense without further extrapolation. This explanation helps explain why Past Thanos and Nebula's deaths didn't trigger any paradoxes (because they literally can't happen) but falls apart when Steve takes the long way back after supposedly putting the stones back. Loki, on the other hand, claims that timelines are created by Nexus Points where someone makes a different choice than they "should have." These points appear at random and have no stated reason to exist as far as I'm aware. Although time travel should theoretically create a nexus point, I'm not sure if the show ever directly addresses this interaction despite it being the inciting incident. Eventually, as timelines build up, something referred to as a "multiversal war" between the timelines becomes inevitable. In truth, I'm not even sure if the Timeline multiverse is only one multiverse. How the two media handles it is so starkly differently that I almost want to say that they are different entities entirely. For now, I'll keep them together, but the fact that it's even in question shows just how borked this whole thing is. 3rd up is the Multiverse of Madness one, or as I'll call it from here on: the Random multiverse. Yes, I'm counting this one as unique because it's presented differently from both of the previously introduced multiverses, it introduces new mechanics that have no bearing on the previous ones, and the older mechanics seem to have no association to these new universes. What is the Random multiverse? It's a strange collection of universes that aren't uniformly Planar or Choice-based like the previous two ones are. Instead, it is a mix of the two with the universes in which the plot is taking place, mostly being choice-based alternate realities, while some places we're briefly shown are so fundamentally different that it's more likely to assume that they aren't the result of a butterfly effect. Places like the ink dimension or the cube one appear to have fundamentally different physics to our world, much like the Planar realities of the first multiverse. The new mechanics are primarily focused around the difficulty of traveling this multiverse in the first place. Supposedly, only America Chavez is capable of opening holes to physically travel to other universes in this multiverse. However, others can transmit their consciousness across it through dreamwalking. Additionally, supposedly any sort of multiversal travel can cause something called an incursion, which is the merging of two or more universes, resulting in the destruction of one or all of them. These new rules and observations almost seem like the Random multiverse is a mix of the previous two multiverses and their details (for instance, incursions kinda sound like a form of multiversal war that would require erasing universes to prevent), but because that isn't established and doesn't make a whole lot of sense to assume that, I've chosen to treat it as a distinct entity. 4th and final for now is the Quantum Realm, as outlined in the video. It could be argued that this one is less a multiverse and more a massive expansion to the main universe (which is also really poorly explored) or that it's part of the 2nd one given how it enables time travel, but at that point we'd just be quibbling about minutiae. Also, I forgot about No Way Home. I'm going to assume it's a part of the Random multiverse given how I THINK that it's the one that most closely matches it, but I never watched the movie nor have I seen an in depth review on it yet. Although I could be wrong if it functions differently enough, and we might have a 5th multiverse here. So that's at least three definite, separate multiverses, one that's technically not a multiverse (but might as well be and facilities others), and two potential branch multiverses that might just be parts of one of the main three. This state of affairs is completely nonsensical and entirely the result of Marvel just throwing around the term "multiverse" without ever thinking about or planning what they were going to do with it. It's practically incomprehensible and requires a significant amount of intuiting to piece together the basic structure of the setting, all of which is inevitably rendered moot once the next movie comes in like a wrecking ball to cramm another stupid location, legendary character, or plot device into the setting with no effort to make it fit properly. If you've made it this far, feel free to correct me on anything I missed that might reduce (or more likely expand) the number of multiverses present in the MCU. All of this was just from memory. Most of these mentioned movies were garbage, and a lot of it just kinda blends together. Thank you for coming to my Ted talk.

  • WestCoast Review
    WestCoast Review 21 сағат бұрын

    I hate this foos farrie faggot accent it’s not that it’s British it’s that it’s so posh mf sounds like if those butt pillows had voices 😂😂😂

  • Peter Parker
    Peter Parker 21 сағат бұрын

    humor is fine and the first 2 are great.

  • Maria Chichilanova
    Maria Chichilanova 22 сағат бұрын

    3 hours lond video to explain why 3 hours lond CGI sequence is bad 😱 I wonder if Avatar 2 is actually a short version of that rant.

  • Kevin_Byrd
    Kevin_Byrd 22 сағат бұрын

    I agree with pretty much everything you said about the film BUT my dude…have you taken 5 grams dried mushrooms 🍄 and watched this film! Holy shit 😮 and be ready to hang the fuck on. I took them about 2 hours before the movie so I would be in PEAK trip to experience it and yeah, I couldn’t tell you anything about the stupid plot but if you are a fan of Aldous Huxley’s, “The Doors of Perception,” then you’ll completely understand what I’m talking about.

    • Kevin_Byrd
      Kevin_Byrd 22 сағат бұрын

      I should also note that I brought my DMT pen in with me as well and I can’t even begin to explain what I saw 👀 but it was fucking amazing! I think Aldous Huxley would be proud.

  • Matt McCormick
    Matt McCormick 22 сағат бұрын

    Absolutely spot on with respect to the problems with race/ region within this wet fart of a show I've STILL yet to watch. Even a second. 😎

  • NickDaWiz
    NickDaWiz 22 сағат бұрын

    As a South American, we usually refer to the colonizers as Hispanic - a lot of us are white, especially on my country since the Spanish mingled a lot with locals. So we just call them conquistadores, hispanic, spanish, or colonizers.

  • Dima
    Dima 22 сағат бұрын

    1:21:08 This looks like that symbol Gandalf left on Bilbo's door in the beginning of the Hobbit. Oh seems like they just took some characters and events from the LoTR universe and created something completely unrelated and awful, while completely unable to make their own fictional world

  • Caft Dynner
    Caft Dynner 22 сағат бұрын

    They're confusing their internet critics with KimiFarms, which is a separate entity that goes after Autists.

  • bill cook
    bill cook 22 сағат бұрын

    I took no offense to the first part of your review Of this awful movie you’re awesome keep doing what you do✊🏾

  • Sharkquisha ¡
    Sharkquisha ¡ 22 сағат бұрын

    A lot of your criticisms dont make sense. For example, you say why doesnt Quaritch hate Nitiri instead of Jake. Its pretty obvious, Jake is the one who betrayed Quaritch, Jake used to be a Marine and Quaritch offered to help him get his legs back. Nitiri is a Na'vi and Quaritch already knows that they are the enemy so why would he hold a deep grudge over the enemy he already knew was trying to kill him. Jake was the one who was human and betrayed him and assist in his demise so it makes sense why he would focus on Jake. As for the video of Quaritch referring to Sully and getting payback he was referring to when Sully betrayed him, not killed him. Because earlier in the movie Sully already had betrayed him and the RDA. Seriously, if you are gonna make a 3 and a half hour review calling this movie bad at least get the facts right.

  • Coffee break with Benji
    Coffee break with Benji 23 сағат бұрын

    1:08:07 thank you, this is such a great message. I truly hope more art becomes like this in the future.

  • Magnus
    Magnus 23 сағат бұрын

    they really do have too many geniuses in the mcu now. we having an iq bloat. Also, the badly rendered Thor character names is Axl. Though, I can't blame anyone for having their brains fried too hard by that shitshow of a movie to remember.

  • Mathias plays stuff
    Mathias plays stuff 23 сағат бұрын

    You don't seem like a very nice person, but you raise some good points

  • bill cook
    bill cook 23 сағат бұрын

    I’m black I didn’t like the first one and I hated the second one,I am so glad I did not pay to see that garbage.

  • Drebln893
    Drebln893 Күн бұрын

    No one called you a racist, stop lying you twat.

  • Yash Sawarn
    Yash Sawarn Күн бұрын

    this comment will recieve no traction since i don't think this belongs to this channel audience, but please do read if possible i mean, avatar theme if you can call it, was the preservation of life and nature. i mean, sure betraying humanity for some alien chick is bad, but what if for all purposes to protect sentient life from destruction. You can think of them as the untouched tribes of the world. they are content as they are whether due to fear of the unknown or something else, and killing them by destroying their ecosystem, let's say to mine uranium, will not be entertained by you(especially britain, france, Portugese and spanish) since i hope we have learned from history that nobody is superior.

  • isaiah
    isaiah Күн бұрын

    I agree but im not watching an hour of this

  • Cunning Villain
    Cunning Villain Күн бұрын

    I really like the "show, not tell" point. It reminds me of the idea sports commentators should shut up during iconic moments, such as Cal Ripken Jr. becoming baseball's new iron man.