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2021-01-15 8:16:20 PM  
I like audience reaction videos too

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2021-01-15 8:22:25 PM  
The moment when those portals open, and Thanos sees people he thought were dead and dust show up to kick his ass, is still an epic moment, and that should have been the moment that Thanos realized that his finger-snap was not the final moment in his saga, and that he might have let his ego get ahead of him.
 
2021-01-15 8:33:10 PM  
11 years of increasingly sophisticated, varied, and intricate movies interlinked, culminating in that epic moment. And it was absolutely worth it.
 
2021-01-15 8:35:14 PM  
Reaction videos are the worst. It is is attention whoring at its finest.

/unless we are talking 2 girls 1 cup
//that was a phenominon
///cause then you had to see for yourself
 
2021-01-15 8:37:18 PM  

ClavellBCMI: The moment when those portals open, and Thanos sees people he thought were dead and dust show up to kick his ass, is still an epic moment, and that should have been the moment that Thanos realized that his finger-snap was not the final moment in his saga, and that he might have let his ego get ahead of him.


That Thanos didn't kill those peoples. Not that epic.
 
2021-01-15 8:39:24 PM  

McGrits: ClavellBCMI: The moment when those portals open, and Thanos sees people he thought were dead and dust show up to kick his ass, is still an epic moment, and that should have been the moment that Thanos realized that his finger-snap was not the final moment in his saga, and that he might have let his ego get ahead of him.

That Thanos didn't kill those peoples. Not that epic.


He knew his future self had succeeded though.
 
2021-01-15 8:51:02 PM  
Never seen anything quite like it in terms of pop-movie cinema. I'm also not sure it can be topped
 
2021-01-15 10:34:57 PM  

Han Dolo: Never seen anything quite like it in terms of pop-movie cinema. I'm also not sure it can be topped


Just speculation on my part ATM, but WandaVision may have introduced a character that has the potential to lead to a big screen fight between the Avengers and the 'Justice League'.

All depends on if the character's name is intentional or coincidental
 
2021-01-15 10:55:30 PM  

RoyFokker'sGhost: Just speculation on my part ATM...

Never

go ATM.

But if you were a fan of the MCU and weren't moved to tears by that scene, you weren't a fan of the MCU.

I'm a Star Wars guy.  I saw the MCU films mostly for my kids.  But even *I* was OMG in that moment.

/in my defense, Star Wars hasn't had an OMG moment since Empire
 
2021-01-15 11:05:03 PM  
I like some reaction videos subby.

It can be a treat to watch other people respond in the "privacy" of their homes to the content I was too polite and enthralled to react to myself when sitting in the theater.

Nobody "reacted" in the theater when I saw Infinity War, which was the most telling response of all...  I sat thru the credits and watched people slowly and quietly sidle out like they were leaving a funeral, which was exactly the feeling the the original comics and creators of that film wanted for their audience.

And very few in my theater "reacted" when I watched Endgame.  They, like me, were too invested in seeing the end of that story to spoil it with side commentary.

So yes, I like seeing people watch the same content that thrilled me, when it seems like they are genuinely seeing that content with fresh eyes.  And I avoid those who seem more interested in being the spectacle than in sharing their experience.   It will be nice to someday see movies in a larger format, but for now this is a great way to bring back some of the thrill.  And it saves on popcorn and soda so...
 
2021-01-15 11:33:02 PM  
I like some reaction videos, but there's too many of them with people who have very, very shallow affect.
 
2021-01-15 11:44:31 PM  

ClavellBCMI: The moment when those portals open, and Thanos sees people he thought were dead and dust show up to kick his ass, is still an epic moment, and that should have been the moment that Thanos realized that his finger-snap was not the final moment in his saga, and that he might have let his ego get ahead of him.


Except that "that" Thanos had no idea who many of those people were. He was not the Thanos that did the snap.

/holy fark, I haven't felt that nerdy in a long time
 
2021-01-15 11:45:06 PM  
I must get the most boring audiences. I went to see End Game, and I was the only one who cheered when Captain America weilded Mjolnir. It was kind of embarrassing, actually.
 
2021-01-15 11:47:53 PM  
Those videos are addictive.
 
2021-01-15 11:49:50 PM  

Herr Morgenstern: I must get the most boring audiences. I went to see End Game, and I was the only one who cheered when Captain America weilded Mjolnir. It was kind of embarrassing, actually.


It might be your city/town, but I have found that watching on opening night results in better reactions.

Cap with mjolnir, "on your left"  ... even some of the better "hell yeah" moments in the LotR movies all got vocal reactions in my town on opening night. But, for various reasons, I had a reason to watch those in theatre a second time, and ... nothing
 
2021-01-15 11:52:03 PM  

buntz: RoyFokker'sGhost: Just speculation on my part ATM...

Never go ATM.

But if you were a fan of the MCU and weren't moved to tears by that scene, you weren't a fan of the MCU.

I'm a Star Wars guy.  I saw the MCU films mostly for my kids.  But even *I* was OMG in that moment.

/in my defense, Star Wars hasn't had an OMG moment since Empire


No, I was crying like a baby for that scene. No shame about it. I'm just pointing out that as incredible as that scene was, there's a potential for an even bigger scene in the future. Again, it all hinges on intention vs. coincidence. We shall see.

And there's been plenty of OMG moments in Star Wars, post-Empire.
-Mandalorian Season 2 finale
-Rogue One final scene
-Allied fleet jumping into Exogal in Rise of Skywalker (although it sort of feels like an Endgame Portals retread)
-Maul solidifies his control of Mandalore in Clone Wars, Season 5, Episode 16
-Darth Sideous versus Maul and Savage Oppress, same episode
-Ahsoka finally confronts Vader in Rebels, Season 2 finale
- Obi-Wan vs Maul in Rebels, Season 3, Episode 20
- Rebels Season 4, Episode 10
 
2021-01-16 12:23:37 AM  
I first read his last name as Fudge.
 
2021-01-16 12:49:34 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: I must get the most boring audiences. I went to see End Game, and I was the only one who cheered when Captain America weilded Mjolnir. It was kind of embarrassing, actually.


I'm told that other people cheered, but I couldn't hear it over me.
 
2021-01-16 1:32:53 AM  

Ghost Roach: Herr Morgenstern: I must get the most boring audiences. I went to see End Game, and I was the only one who cheered when Captain America weilded Mjolnir. It was kind of embarrassing, actually.

It might be your city/town, but I have found that watching on opening night results in better reactions.

Cap with mjolnir, "on your left"  ... even some of the better "hell yeah" moments in the LotR movies all got vocal reactions in my town on opening night. But, for various reasons, I had a reason to watch those in theatre a second time, and ... nothing


Saw it on opening night with Naido Jr, then 8 years old, on opening night.  The crowd was spectacular, went nuts in all the expected places.  Then complete silence as (SPOILERS!!) Tony is dying.  Which is when Naido Jr said "is Iron Man gonna die??" Only it sounded like "IS IRON MAN GONNA DIE???"

Yes, that was us.  I sincerely apologize.
 
2021-01-16 1:52:44 AM  
Not the best quality, but this is my fave.  Short and sweet:

Captain america entry in Avengers-infinity war(Audience Reaction)
Youtube ekmQJyRqx5U
 
2021-01-16 5:32:38 AM  
Wandavision is bad. It's really bad.
 
2021-01-16 7:50:26 AM  

RoyFokker'sGhost: No, I was crying like a baby for that scene.


I'm sorry, I was only making an ATM joke about your comment. The rest of my comment was just in general to anyone who says that they weren't moved by that scene.

And I don't think any of the scenes you mentioned in Star Wars compare to the Endgame scene.
Maybe Vader in Rogue One, but it would've been more powerful if you hadn't seen him earlier in the movie making goofy jokes on Mustafar
 
2021-01-16 9:58:27 AM  
I rewatched Endgame a couple of months ago, and watching the portals scene now kind of sucks, because the first guy to walk through them is Chadwick Boseman.

Totally changed the context of the whole thing for me.
 
2021-01-16 12:27:50 PM  
My favorite crowd reaction in the saga was in Infinity War when Rubberband Man starts playing and everyone knew it meant the Guardians of the Galaxy are coming in next.  There were cheers and you could see everyone bouncing to the music.  Those were the good times of the story, before it got dark...
 
2021-01-16 12:41:54 PM  
Marvel Studios/Disney should erect a giant Kevin Feige statue at the entrance to their building. Many people worked on the movies but he was the main guy with the vision in charge of the long-term execution of it and he pulled it off beyond all expectations.
 
2021-01-16 2:06:37 PM  

nocturn: Wandavision is bad. It's really bad.


It's weird. Really weird.
 
2021-01-16 3:27:14 PM  

nocturn: Wandavision is bad. It's really bad.


Your opinions are bad. Really bad
 
2021-01-16 3:52:13 PM  

richlip: My favorite crowd reaction in the saga was in Infinity War when Rubberband Man starts playing and everyone knew it meant the Guardians of the Galaxy are coming in next.  There were cheers and you could see everyone bouncing to the music.  Those were the good times of the story, before it got dark...


I still giggle with happiness bubbling over at that. SPACE
 
2021-01-16 3:55:22 PM  

nocturn: Wandavision is bad. It's really bad.


I think it'll have a very weird slow build and I love that. Lots of little crazy things right now that can be missed by people just looking to have their entertainment spoon fed to them. I think the MCU are still doing it mostly very right.
 
2021-01-16 4:24:22 PM  

nocturn: Wandavision is bad. It's really bad.


You've seen the foreplay and are ready to bail.  You suck at farking, and your media opinions are worth less than Ray Fisher's career.

Go away.
 
2021-01-16 4:47:03 PM  
My friend synched these audio reactions over the video and got retweeted by Feige. Better than video reactions:

https://twitter.com/scottgustin/statu​s​/1247364405597220865
 
2021-01-16 5:51:19 PM  

nocturn: Wandavision is bad. It's really bad.


I understand that the "shows" are in a pocket universe but the "shows" themselves are just not that entertaining. I know that there are a lot of references and call backs and I am sure it will pay off in the end.
 
2021-01-16 6:23:48 PM  

kibbled: nocturn: Wandavision is bad. It's really bad.

I understand that the "shows" are in a pocket universe but the "shows" themselves are just not that entertaining. I know that there are a lot of references and call backs and I am sure it will pay off in the end.


You don't understand the first fark-all of jack shiat if you're judging 2 measly episodes of D+'s WandaVision series against the Netflix MCU shows.  Like, there's *nothing* substantively in common between them aside from the properties are all from Marvel comics.  No storylines, no character team-up, no actors, no writers, no directors, no producers.

Like, farking nothing in common.

Christ, just shut the fark up with your shiat-eating ignorance; y'all.
 
2021-01-16 7:47:56 PM  

TappingTheVein: Marvel Studios/Disney should erect a giant Kevin Feige statue at the entrance to their building. Many people worked on the movies but he was the main guy with the vision in charge of the long-term execution of it and he pulled it off beyond all expectations.


While I still enjoyed the series as a whole, I have to wonder what Agents of SHIELD would have been if Feige were in charge of it instead of Perlmutter's people.
 
2021-01-16 9:34:05 PM  
Wow, ok, so...

They did two episodes of bad carbon copy silver era television shows and added nothing to it. They did nothing with the concept. So in the end the first two episodes were neither funny, nor interesting. And the "twists" red and bees, were stapled in.

There's no there, there.

First episode was 22 minutes of nothing and second episodes was 26 minutes of the same. No commentary, no twists organic to the show, no... anything... And with only 6 more Quibi quality episodes, there's not a lot of runway to tell a full story.  I'm not mad. It's just really puzzling what the thinking was behind the first two episodes.

So sling your arrows. But the first two episodes were Orville level amateur.

😐
 
2021-01-16 9:36:17 PM  

nocturn: Wow, ok, so...

They did two episodes of bad carbon copy silver era television shows and added nothing to it. They did nothing with the concept. So in the end the first two episodes were neither funny, nor interesting. And the "twists" red and bees, were stapled in.

There's no there, there.

First episode was 22 minutes of nothing and second episodes was 26 minutes of the same. No commentary, no twists organic to the show, no... anything... And with only 6 more Quibi quality episodes, there's not a lot of runway to tell a full story.  I'm not mad. It's just really puzzling what the thinking was behind the first two episodes.

So sling your arrows. But the first two episodes were Orville level amateur.

😐


I like Orville.
 
2021-01-16 9:36:56 PM  
P.S. It's's puzzling. I am puzzled. That's all.
 
2021-01-16 10:06:10 PM  

buntz: RoyFokker'sGhost: No, I was crying like a baby for that scene.

I'm sorry, I was only making an ATM joke about your comment. The rest of my comment was just in general to anyone who says that they weren't moved by that scene.


Null sweat.
 
2021-01-16 10:11:25 PM  

The Bestest: TappingTheVein: Marvel Studios/Disney should erect a giant Kevin Feige statue at the entrance to their building. Many people worked on the movies but he was the main guy with the vision in charge of the long-term execution of it and he pulled it off beyond all expectations.

While I still enjoyed the series as a whole, I have to wonder what Agents of SHIELD would have been if Feige were in charge of it instead of Perlmutter's people.


For all intents and purposes they were at least kind of working together for the first 2 seasons. It was after that (2016ish) when Feige got pretty much full control over the movies
 
2021-01-16 10:12:16 PM  

nocturn: Wow, ok, so...

They did two episodes of bad carbon copy silver era television shows and added nothing to it. They did nothing with the concept. So in the end the first two episodes were neither funny, nor interesting. And the "twists" red and bees, were stapled in.

There's no there, there.

First episode was 22 minutes of nothing and second episodes was 26 minutes of the same. No commentary, no twists organic to the show, no... anything... And with only 6 more Quibi quality episodes, there's not a lot of runway to tell a full story.  I'm not mad. It's just really puzzling what the thinking was behind the first two episodes.

So sling your arrows. But the first two episodes were Orville level amateur.

😐


Double down on those bad opinions! People might buy into what you're saying if you believe enough
 
2021-01-16 10:16:53 PM  

nocturn: Wow, ok, so...

They did two episodes of bad carbon copy silver era television shows and added nothing to it. They did nothing with the concept. So in the end the first two episodes were neither funny, nor interesting. And the "twists" red and bees, were stapled in.

There's no there, there.

First episode was 22 minutes of nothing and second episodes was 26 minutes of the same. No commentary, no twists organic to the show, no... anything... And with only 6 more Quibi quality episodes, there's not a lot of runway to tell a full story.  I'm not mad. It's just really puzzling what the thinking was behind the first two episodes.

So sling your arrows. But the first two episodes were Orville level amateur.

😐


Orville's still a better Trek series than Discovery or Enterprise. Also, they dealt with the idea of machine life developing emotions in a totally original, realistic, and plausible way without resorting to the 'emotion chip' trope, putting them one up on Trek.

As for your opinion of WandaVision...hey, if you can't see the clues they're laying down, that's not the show's fault. They can only dumb it down for you so much before things become obvious to even you.Nobody's forcing you to watch it.
 
2021-01-16 10:17:41 PM  

nocturn: Wow, ok, so...

They did two episodes of bad carbon copy silver era television shows and added nothing to it. They did nothing with the concept. So in the end the first two episodes were neither funny, nor interesting. And the "twists" red and bees, were stapled in.

There's no there, there.

First episode was 22 minutes of nothing and second episodes was 26 minutes of the same. No commentary, no twists organic to the show, no... anything... And with only 6 more Quibi quality episodes, there's not a lot of runway to tell a full story.  I'm not mad. It's just really puzzling what the thinking was behind the first two episodes.

So sling your arrows. But the first two episodes were Orville level amateur.

😐


Orville's still a better Trek series than Discovery or Enterprise. Also, they dealt with the idea of machine life developing emotions in a totally original, realistic, and plausible way without resorting to the 'emotion chip' trope, putting them one up on Trek.

As for your opinion of WandaVision...hey, if you can't see the clues they're laying down, that's not the show's fault. They can only dumb it down for your benefit so much before things become obvious to even you. Nobody's forcing you to watch it.
 
2021-01-16 10:54:39 PM  
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Ken: I retract that bit about your coont farking Orville
Harry: Insult my farking Orville. That's going overboard, mate!
Ken: I retracted it, didn't I?

So, yeah, apologies for the Orville comment.

But I stand by my opinion the first two epidodes of Wandavision were poorly planned and poorly written.
 
2021-01-16 11:12:44 PM  

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Ken: I retract that bit about your coont farking Orville
Harry: Insult my farking Orville. That's going overboard, mate!
Ken: I retracted it, didn't I?

So, yeah, apologies for the Orville comment.

But I stand by my opinion the first two epidodes of Wandavision were poorly planned and poorly written.


Yes. It's so poorly written that it provides 3 potential paths for the future of the MCU as a franchise with huge events.

1) House of M. Or a reverse where Wanda brings mutants into existence instead of 'No More Mutants'

2) Secret Invasion/Avengers Disassembled. People are so fixed on the first storyline, they forget that Avengers Disassembled is another major story arc that Wanda is key in. SWORD also makes appearances

3) Squadron Supreme/Serpent Crown: Subtle and a deep lore dive, but there have been a scattering of hints and callbacks over the years to suggest this could be possible. Really depends on how WandaVision progresses. And who wouldn't want to see the Avengers fight the 'Justice League'? Bonus: poking the eye of WB/DC. Also can tie into the first ever company-wide event story for Marvel, Atlantis Attacks, which involved every super team and could be a great way of introducing Namor and quickly binding in the 'new' teams to the MCU like Fantastic Four and X-Men.
 
2021-01-17 12:20:54 AM  
Some people here haven't seen WandaVision yet - including myself - so if you could please stop posting spoilers and instead go to the discussion thread for WandaVision which has just been created, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
 
2021-01-17 12:24:15 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: I must get the most boring audiences. I went to see End Game, and I was the only one who cheered when Captain America weilded Mjolnir. It was kind of embarrassing, actually.


My theater was PACKED with geeks, young and old, most of them sporting some sort of Marvel shirt or pin.  They erupted when Cap held Mjolnir but were fairly reserved during the entire portals scene.  After my husband & I watched a few reaction videos we realized that we were just blown-away speechless when Sam crackled through the radio and then just tried not to weep at the Wakandans "Yibambe!" chant.  

Maybe since most of us were geeks and knew how all this would turn out; we were just watching the movie to see what the new interpretation was, so none of us had this incredibly surprised reaction.  We were just so happy to be along for the amazing, well-done ride.

/I did absolutely geek out and scream, "THE WOMEN"! when all the female characters showed up to help Spiderman.  I don't care how staged and ham-fisted that might have seemed to some of you but to have all those strong FEMALE heroes framed like that--farking WOW.  That was nothing I'd ever seen in my half-century-plus on this planet.  Worth. It.
 
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