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Great film - a lot to think about.
Really enjoyable. Great performances all round; especially Maisie Williams as Billy Batson.
It wasn't horrible.
There were several moments I liked, especially the comedic scenes with Thor, Hawkeye's family in the beginning, a certain scene set in New York (for me, the highlight of the movie) and some certain "blue armour".
Having said that, this film was thoroughly underwhelming with a boring, predictable story, a twist that was more of a plothole than a satisfying "subversion" and an ending virtually identical to that of another recent franchise-killing episode of a once-lauded television show.
In retrospect, the "snap" should have killed "the right Avengers" and this film should never have been made.
My 12 year old daughter insisted I take her to this. When Monica first appears, I turned to her to explain that she was the original Captain Marvel to find that she had fallen asleep (I did wake her up!). Obviously the 90s nostalgia was also lost on her.
Brie Larson is awfully miscast. If only Marvel had found its own Gal Godot it might have been passable. But Brie comes across as so unlikeable. The actor playing Talos was great though.
Story is a bit meh, amnesia has been done to death and a lot of the tesseract stuff felt like retconning.
Maybe it's me and I've grown out of comic book movies. I'm seriously considering skipping Endgame now.