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2 hours ago, Mario Kart said:

Wasp did a lot more fighting in this movie than Ant-Man. Kate has come a long way since leaving the island. I wonder when, in the Marvel timeline, Jack comes to take her back to the island.

Evangeline Lilly is so hot. I can't wait till they kill off Ant-Man and let Wasp run the show in Phase 2 and Phase 3. Captain Marvel who?

She is coming to the Comic Con in SLC in September.  You better believe I got a photo op. :bag:

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The guy sitting behind us was having one hell of an experience. He threw out so many "Oh my God"s that I was genuinely concerned for him. Then he loud cried for the last 15 minutes without pause. He w

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well done guys!  You had to pollute one of the few threads that is not stained with what ever political side you support.

16 minutes ago, Sebowski said:

Quantum energy vs. Thanos. 

Maybe that's what Strange saw. Need to trap Lange down there and learn all that quantum #### so he can come back and use it to save the day. 

the word "time" was used in reference to the quantum energy multiple times in the two ant man movies.

Given that the concept of time is very likely to come into play both via Captain Marvel and the need to fix the timeline to get the dusted back, I can see quantum coming into play in the next Avengers movie.

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By the way, we had mentioned earlier that they were not releasing the name of the 4th Avengers movie because it was rumored that the title was a spoiler for IW.  Has anyone read when they intend to release the title? 

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3 minutes ago, NewlyRetired said:

the word "time" was used in reference to the quantum energy multiple times in the two ant man movies.

Given that the concept of time is very likely to come into play both via Captain Marvel and the need to fix the timeline to get the dusted back, I can see quantum coming into play in the next Avengers movie.

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By the way, we had mentioned earlier that they were not releasing the name of the 4th Avengers movie because it was rumored that the title was a spoiler for IW.  Has anyone read when they intend to release the title? 

I thought I read sometime in the fall.

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1 minute ago, NewlyRetired said:

the word "time" was used in reference to the quantum energy multiple times in the two ant man movies.

Given that the concept of time is very likely to come into play both via Captain Marvel and the need to fix the timeline to get the dusted back, I can see quantum coming into play in the next Avengers movie.

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By the way, we had mentioned earlier that they were not releasing the name of the 4th Avengers movie because it was rumored that the title was a spoiler for IW.  Has anyone read when they intend to release the title? 

I don't think I caught the time references. I was actually surprised that the lady trapped down there for so many years aged the same as everyone else. I was expecting a twist there. 

I would guess they won't release it until after IW then? I'm fine with Avengers 4. Hate any sort of spoilers. 

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5 minutes ago, Sebowski said:

I don't think I caught the time references. I was actually surprised that the lady trapped down there for so many years aged the same as everyone else. I was expecting a twist there. 

I would guess they won't release it until after IW then? I'm fine with Avengers 4. Hate any sort of spoilers. 

Here is the key line from Ant Man 1

If that regulator is compromised, you would go subatomic. What does that mean? It means that you would enter a quantum realm. What does that mean? It means that you would enter a reality where all concepts of time and space become irrelevant as you shrink for all eternity. 

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I don't understand your second comment.  IW has been out for 2.5 months.  I don't think there is a person on the planet, who cares, who could have that movie spoiled for them at this point unless they just came out of a coma :)

 

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4 minutes ago, badmojo1006 said:

If you haven't seen Infinity War, the mid credit scene for Ant Man & The Wasp will be confusing

I thought the same exact thing and my son mentioned it to me as well.

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23 minutes ago, NewlyRetired said:

Here is the key line from Ant Man 1

If that regulator is compromised, you would go subatomic. What does that mean? It means that you would enter a quantum realm. What does that mean? It means that you would enter a reality where all concepts of time and space become irrelevant as you shrink for all eternity. 

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I don't understand your second comment.  IW has been out for 2.5 months.  I don't think there is a person on the planet, who cares, who could have that movie spoiled for them at this point unless they just came out of a coma :)

 

Then why did the lady age the same? Guess the body is the body...

Ah. I suck with acronyms. Hate them, to be tbh. Need to post that in the pet peeve thread. 

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1 hour ago, Sebowski said:

Then why did the lady age the same? Guess the body is the body...

In the end it sounds like the director chose cosmetics over the "science" since they did not have much to go on for the science part.  He talks about it here but in general he thought the movie would be better visually and reach people more if old Hank Pym did not suddenly find his young wife.  Stylistically he wanted to present an older couple and a younger couple together on screen.

https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2447990/ant-man-and-the-wasp-director-peyton-reed-discusses-what-happened-to-janet-in-the-quantum-realm

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On 7/11/2018 at 11:08 AM, badmojo1006 said:

If you haven't seen Infinity War, the mid credit scene for Ant Man & The Wasp will be confusing

Yeah, those two people watching ant man when it comes out after not seeing IW must be really confused.

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3 hours ago, -OZ- said:

Yeah, those two people watching ant man when it comes out after not seeing IW must be really confused.

Honestly there were more than a few people in the theater asking WTF happened when we saw it.

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Just got back from seeing it with he kids. They loved it. Personally I thought anything funny (especially Michael Pena) was great. Anything dramatic (especially Michael Douglas) was lousy.

 And whoever was in charge of makeup for the women should be tarred and feathered.

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20 hours ago, simsarge said:

Just got back from seeing it with he kids. They loved it. Personally I thought anything funny (especially Michael Pena) was great. Anything dramatic (especially Michael Douglas) was lousy.

 And whoever was in charge of makeup for the women should be tarred and feathered.

I didn't mind Douglas but he was probably the low point of the movie.

Fishbourne rocks. Ghost was a very good "villian". The lower level cast was great - Park, Dastmalchian, Greer, Cannavale (their exchanges with the cops were funny) and who wouldn't want Abby Ryder Fortson as their daughter?

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Enjoyed the movie. It was middle of the road for Marvel movies for me, which is still high praise.

Love Hannah John Kamen from her role in Killjoys so was great seeing her in it. 

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5 hours ago, -OZ- said:

I didn't mind Douglas but he was probably the low point of the movie.

Fishbourne rocks. Ghost was a very good "villian". The lower level cast was great - Park, Dastmalchian, Greer, Cannavale (their exchanges with the cops were funny) and who wouldn't want Abby Ryder Fortson as their daughter?

Yeah Pym/Douglas comes off pretty annoying. They saved it for me when Fishbourne and someone else kept busting on him for being an annoying ###. It's like "ohhhh he's suppose to be a #####. Ok. Well played, Douglas". 

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20 minutes ago, LAUNCH said:

I’m sure it has been said, but save 10 min of your life and leave after the first ending credit scene.

I had the 10 extra minutes to spare so I stayed.  You are 100% correct. 

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On 7/14/2018 at 7:57 PM, -OZ- said:

I didn't mind Douglas but he was probably the low point of the movie.

Fishbourne rocks. Ghost was a very good "villian". The lower level cast was great - Park, Dastmalchian, Greer, Cannavale (their exchanges with the cops were funny) and who wouldn't want Abby Ryder Fortson as their daughter?

It wasn't Douglas' dooshness that didn't work for me it was his part. Even his funny parts busting on Antman for shmoozing with his daughter seemed flat. The guy's no Kirk Douglas, but I've never disliked him in anything before. He just seemed wooden. Maybe it was the writing. "I'm coming for you honey" was eye roll out loud bad.

Agree on the supporting cast. I liked Sonny the gangster too.

Pfieffer is one of those beautiful 80s actresses, and Lilly is one of those iconic girl next door beauties and about the only reason I suffered through the last season of Lost. But their makeup was bad. Way too much and put on so that it distracted from their features. Especially Pfieffer. I get she's 60ish, but she looked hollywood 70ish. That second post credit scene seemed like a thumb your nose at the "You HAVE to have TWO post credit scenes in an MCU movie" executives.

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4 minutes ago, simsarge said:

It wasn't Douglas' dooshness that didn't work for me it was his part. Even his funny parts busting on Antman for shmoozing with his daughter seemed flat. The guy's no Kirk Douglas, but I've never disliked him in anything before. He just seemed wooden. Maybe it was the writing. "I'm coming for you honey" was eye roll out loud bad.

Agree on the supporting cast. I liked Sonny the gangster too.

Pfieffer is one of those beautiful 80s actresses, and Lilly is one of those iconic girl next door beauties and about the only reason I suffered through the last season of Lost. But their makeup was bad. Way too much and put on so that it distracted from their features. Especially Pfieffer. I get she's 60ish, but she looked hollywood 70ish. That second post credit scene seemed like a thumb your nose at the "You HAVE to have TWO post credit scenes in an MCU movie" executives.

2nd post credit? Crap. We left after the first.

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11 minutes ago, -OZ- said:

2nd post credit? Crap. We left after the first.

you should be thankful that you did. It was more like something that was swept up off the editior's cutting room floor, than a Post Credit Scene. Maybe the actor was a producer's nephew and this was his big break, or it was a charitable donation to the David Cassidy foundation or maybe it was Danny Bonaduce making one last public appearance :shrug:

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On ‎7‎/‎14‎/‎2018 at 11:29 PM, GregR said:

Enjoyed the movie. It was middle of the road for Marvel movies for me, which is still high praise.

Love Hannah John Kamen from her role in Killjoys so was great seeing her in it. 

Same here, not quite to the level of funny of the 1st Ant-Man, but pretty close and thought it was very solid. Especially the 2nd half of the film and the many jokes around Scott's malfunctioning regulator. Didn't mind Douglas or anyone else in the cast except maybe Park as the straight-laced FBI agent and that might be more because the character was dumb.

Was a nice breezy and light adventure after how heavy Infinity War was. Was awesome in 3D, the Ant-Man's are perfect for 3D viewing with changes in size and scale, unlike some of the other Marvel movies.

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The kid and I watched it over the weekend and enjoyed tremendously.  Around the same as the original for me.

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During the mid credit scenes my daughter stood up and loudly said "Oh my gosh they got THANOS'd".  I was laughing but also told her to saying more quietly.  She was in awe!

 

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On 7/16/2018 at 10:38 AM, simsarge said:

That second post credit scene seemed like a thumb your nose at the "You HAVE to have TWO post credit scenes in an MCU movie" executives.

It was funny the first time they did it in Spiderman Homecoming.  I laughed.  This one was more "WTF, I sat here for that?!"

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On 7/16/2018 at 11:09 AM, B Maverick said:

The kid and I watched it over the weekend and enjoyed tremendously.  Around the same as the original for me.

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During the mid credit scenes my daughter stood up and loudly said "Oh my gosh they got THANOS'd".  I was laughing but also told her to saying more quietly.  She was in awe!

Thanos did nothing wrong.

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5 minutes ago, badmojo1006 said:

James Gunn Fired From ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Franchise Over Offensive Tweets

Wow. Pretty offensive tweets. Not sure why they popped up now.

He went off on some Trumpies regarding old tweets so they went back 8 years and found them all.  

That being said, Disney had pretty much boxed themselves in here.  They fired Roseanne over offensive racial tweets, so they had not choice but to fire Gunn for offensive jokes about rape and pedophilia....

 

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On 7/15/2018 at 10:55 PM, cockroach said:

Antman 2 was okay, but not nearly as good as the first for me.  Not sure why. 

The made Scott more of an idiot and in the first movie they spent a lot of effort showing how he was an electronics expert and overall very bright person.  That was done to move the comedic effect, but was unnecessary IMO.

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On 6/25/2018 at 6:57 AM, -OZ- said:

Is this where we talk about Luke cage or in the Netflix thread? 

Is anyone else kind of cheering for Bushmaster? Not to kill cage but I don't think that's what he wants.

I just posted that in the Cage thread. 

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Thought Ant Man was ok. Not great. It was funny but just didn’t really love it. Fell asleep twice, but that’s more to movie theaters being so freaking comfortable now. 

Looking forward a lot to captain marvel. This is definitely one I’d never watch again if I didn’t have a kid I’m going to re-watch them all with. 

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superman would kick the hell out of thanos just so we are all clear on that thanos comes in with his stupid glove and sup would just rip it off and smash it and then throw thanos into the sun while bees ate him and you know who would not stop thanos batman thats who because he stinks the bag take that to the bank brohans 

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On October 17, 2017 at 2:33 PM, Statorama said:

Just an FYI, "The Gifted" is not all that great, but watchable. Right now it's all "Run Mutants Run", and the stories basically write themselves.  I was a fan of the whole "mutant registration act" comic storyline, so this is in my wheel house.  Can't put my finger on what's missing. 

There's an underlying lack of confidence in the show, so they try and squeeze in as much action as possible.  Everything rushes to the next action scene.  Wish this had been on a channel like FX where it could get a slow-burn and build an audience. 

Edit: Not officially MCU, but I think they mentioned the X Men in it once and there's a lot of "Sentinel" chatter

 

OMG did this show get HORRIBLE.  We're talking season 2 of "Heroes" terrible.

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On 9/6/2018 at 11:20 AM, GregR said:

Just checked out her Twitter and Instagram. I imagine they hit it off well, she seems to have the same kind of sense of humor as he. Also, lots of pictures of her fitting herself into tiny spaces.  I like the plane booger one.

NSFW - her last tweet.. a collection of terrible perv tweets she has been sent.

I repeat twitter will end us all.

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Started watching Iron Fist 2 this week.  Not worthy of its own thread, but it is better than season 1.  The martial arts are pretty entertaining and it is fairly gritty with a couple of good story lines.  I'm kind of a sucker for this stuff, though.

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32 minutes ago, Jayrod said:

Started watching Iron Fist 2 this week.  Not worthy of its own thread, but it is better than season 1.  The martial arts are pretty entertaining and it is fairly gritty with a couple of good story lines.  I'm kind of a sucker for this stuff, though.

I just started this as well.  Through the first couple of episodes, and not bad.  Much better than the first season.

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