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1569 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 25 Mar 2019 at 12:32 PM (11 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2019-03-25 12:40:21 PM  
Flerken spoilers.
 
2019-03-25 12:43:03 PM  
I did not see the movie yet, and that headline had me thinking other things...
 
2019-03-25 12:45:03 PM  
Great and next you'll tell me that Rocket wasn't played by a real Racoon.
 
2019-03-25 01:12:31 PM  
A cock is a rooster, an ass is a mule, but a cock in the ass is a goose. What?
 
2019-03-25 01:12:42 PM  
Goose is love.

Fury is love.

Goose and Fury are love.
 
2019-03-25 01:50:46 PM  
I'm still amazed it was Andy Serkis in a mocap green suit. He is a treasure.
 
2019-03-25 02:36:32 PM  

Millennium: Goose is love.

Fury is love.

Goose and Fury are love.


You can be my wingman anytime.
 
2019-03-25 02:53:56 PM  
Does this mean Salem the cat off Sabrina wasn't actually trained to act like he could talk?
 
2019-03-25 02:54:52 PM  

TheManofPA: Millennium: Goose is love.

Fury is love.

Goose and Fury are love.

You can be my wingman anytime.


No, you can be mine.
 
2019-03-25 03:42:33 PM  
Imagine training a cat for a movie.
 
2019-03-25 04:07:21 PM  

UsikFark: Imagine training a cat for a movie.


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2019-03-25 04:07:58 PM  

Bermuda59: Great and next you'll tell me that Rocket wasn't played by a real Racoon.


It's a Rabbit.
 
2019-03-25 04:08:43 PM  
The CGI was pretty good, but if you've ever been around cats, you could tell.
 
2019-03-25 04:53:20 PM  
Cats are dicks and don't take direction well.


Brent Spiner - Spot was stupid
Youtube _pEiLpxzuCY
 
2019-03-25 06:03:16 PM  

Snapper Carr: Cats are dicks and don't take direction well.


[YouTube video: Brent Spiner - Spot was stupid]


Fun fact: Did you know that when the TNG actors talk about "Spot the cat", at least half their stories are really about Wil Wheaton? The cast and crew had so much trouble distinguishing between the cat and Wil, both of whom were constantly napping and coughing up hairballs on set, the original Wesley sweater made by the costume department was cat-sized.

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2019-03-25 08:52:51 PM  
So I finally saw it and I wonder what simpletons  kept asking why Fury never called Captain Marvel before when she made it clear to only call if there was an earth shattering kaboom.
 
2019-03-25 09:03:57 PM  

Fano: So I finally saw it and I wonder what simpletons  kept asking why Fury never called Captain Marvel before when she made it clear to only call if there was an earth shattering kaboom.


The same people (perhaps a new generation of them) that kept biatching about the hole in the Death Star which ended up needing an entire movie to explain it.

They're also the ones who wonder why the eagles can't drop the One Ring into Mt. Doom.

Basically they ruin everything
 
2019-03-25 09:37:07 PM  

Millennium: TheManofPA: Millennium: Goose is love.

Fury is love.

Goose and Fury are love.

You can be my wingman anytime.

No, you can be mine.


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2019-03-25 11:25:17 PM  

Fano: So I finally saw it and I wonder what simpletons  kept asking why Fury never called Captain Marvel before when she made it clear to only call if there was an earth shattering kaboom.


Like the Earth-shattering invasion of the first Avengers movie that was entirely focused around the power cube that Captain Marvel could have carried off into deep space, but told Fury to hang onto?

You guys might be satisfied with just handwaving away all the obvious reasons Fury would have paged her earlier, but I doubt Kevin Feige is. There's bound to be a throwaway line or two explaining how she was called before but wasn't able to come.
 
2019-03-25 11:53:06 PM  

EdgeRunner: Fano: So I finally saw it and I wonder what simpletons  kept asking why Fury never called Captain Marvel before when she made it clear to only call if there was an earth shattering kaboom.

Like the Earth-shattering invasion of the first Avengers movie that was entirely focused around the power cube that Captain Marvel could have carried off into deep space, but told Fury to hang onto?

You guys might be satisfied with just handwaving away all the obvious reasons Fury would have paged her earlier, but I doubt Kevin Feige is. There's bound to be a throwaway line or two explaining how she was called before but wasn't able to come.


She doesn't have anything to prove to you
 
2019-03-26 12:32:34 AM  

Fano: EdgeRunner: Fano: So I finally saw it and I wonder what simpletons  kept asking why Fury never called Captain Marvel before when she made it clear to only call if there was an earth shattering kaboom.

Like the Earth-shattering invasion of the first Avengers movie that was entirely focused around the power cube that Captain Marvel could have carried off into deep space, but told Fury to hang onto?

You guys might be satisfied with just handwaving away all the obvious reasons Fury would have paged her earlier, but I doubt Kevin Feige is. There's bound to be a throwaway line or two explaining how she was called before but wasn't able to come.

She doesn't have anything to prove to you


The character doesn't, but Marvel Studios does. They have to prove they can retcon Fury's original inspiration for forming the Avengers as well as his backstory for first encountering the Cosmic Cube, and make it all seamlessly fit into the MCU's previously established continuity. And you know what? I'm confident they will. Pulling off these kinds of balancing acts is one of the things that's made the MCU such a remarkable and successful series. (Which isn't to say they're perfect. They took a serious mulligan on Iron Man 3.)

I know you're itching to dive in and defend a movie with a female star, but you've got some problems with that. One, I never said I didn't like the movie or the character, that's just you hearing what you want to hear. And two, you playing at being the brave knight, always at the ready to protect any fair damsels from having their movies face the same nitpicking as every other genre film? It's sexist to demean or dismiss women, but it's also sexist to treat them like they're fragile little things in need of your constant protection. Quit being such a reactionary jackass all the time.
 
2019-03-26 12:37:25 AM  

EdgeRunner: Fano: EdgeRunner: Fano: So I finally saw it and I wonder what simpletons  kept asking why Fury never called Captain Marvel before when she made it clear to only call if there was an earth shattering kaboom.

Like the Earth-shattering invasion of the first Avengers movie that was entirely focused around the power cube that Captain Marvel could have carried off into deep space, but told Fury to hang onto?

You guys might be satisfied with just handwaving away all the obvious reasons Fury would have paged her earlier, but I doubt Kevin Feige is. There's bound to be a throwaway line or two explaining how she was called before but wasn't able to come.

She doesn't have anything to prove to you

The character doesn't, but Marvel Studios does. They have to prove they can retcon Fury's original inspiration for forming the Avengers as well as his backstory for first encountering the Cosmic Cube, and make it all seamlessly fit into the MCU's previously established continuity. And you know what? I'm confident they will. Pulling off these kinds of balancing acts is one of the things that's made the MCU such a remarkable and successful series. (Which isn't to say they're perfect. They took a serious mulligan on Iron Man 3.)

I know you're itching to dive in and defend a movie with a female star, but you've got some problems with that. One, I never said I didn't like the movie or the character, that's just you hearing what you want to hear. And two, you playing at being the brave knight, always at the ready to protect any fair damsels from having their movies face the same nitpicking as every other genre film? It's sexist to demean or dismiss women, but it's also sexist to treat them like they're fragile little things in need of your constant protection. Quit being such a reactionary jackass all the time.


Why are you saying all these things? You sound like a junkie caught with bolt cutters in front of a copper wire storage unit.
 
2019-03-26 12:54:17 AM  

Fano: EdgeRunner: Fano: EdgeRunner: Fano: So I finally saw it and I wonder what simpletons  kept asking why Fury never called Captain Marvel before when she made it clear to only call if there was an earth shattering kaboom.

Like the Earth-shattering invasion of the first Avengers movie that was entirely focused around the power cube that Captain Marvel could have carried off into deep space, but told Fury to hang onto?

You guys might be satisfied with just handwaving away all the obvious reasons Fury would have paged her earlier, but I doubt Kevin Feige is. There's bound to be a throwaway line or two explaining how she was called before but wasn't able to come.

She doesn't have anything to prove to you

The character doesn't, but Marvel Studios does. They have to prove they can retcon Fury's original inspiration for forming the Avengers as well as his backstory for first encountering the Cosmic Cube, and make it all seamlessly fit into the MCU's previously established continuity. And you know what? I'm confident they will. Pulling off these kinds of balancing acts is one of the things that's made the MCU such a remarkable and successful series. (Which isn't to say they're perfect. They took a serious mulligan on Iron Man 3.)

I know you're itching to dive in and defend a movie with a female star, but you've got some problems with that. One, I never said I didn't like the movie or the character, that's just you hearing what you want to hear. And two, you playing at being the brave knight, always at the ready to protect any fair damsels from having their movies face the same nitpicking as every other genre film? It's sexist to demean or dismiss women, but it's also sexist to treat them like they're fragile little things in need of your constant protection. Quit being such a reactionary jackass all the time.

Why are you saying all these things? You sound like a junkie caught with bolt cutters in front of a copper wire storage unit.


I'm saying them because normally that's how conversations work. I say something, you say something related to what I said, I say something related to what you said, and so on it goes. But you're not a normal conversationalist, so whenever we have our brief exchanges they always quickly bog down on your end. Like just now.

Are you getting enough sleep? Maybe it's your diet. Something's certainly affecting your concentration, because it seems to struggle with keeping up for more than two posts in a row.
 
2019-03-26 08:36:31 AM  

namegoeshere: The CGI was pretty good, but if you've ever been around cats, you could tell.


I barely spend any time around cats and it was still painfully obvious.
 
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