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  1. Also the tweets talking about the trailers are essentially correct. Marvel's marketing is absolutely on point. I just watched the trailers for the first time and they pretty much only showed segments of the first 20 minutes of the film. Lets just say you'll be happy, I don't want to get too specific with his movietime, but it was enough to leave me satisfied. I'll admit I may have wanted more.
  2. I just got back Imma spoil tag this in case you don't want to read any kind of impressions. No spoilers in it. I'll do a more coherent writeup for it later maybe after dinner.
  3. Seeing this later this week. My most hyped film of the year besides TLJ. Trying not to watch any trailers, but its difficult.
  4. Don't underestimate Tom Cruise + a monster movie. Going to be interesting
  5. The prison breakout scene was surprisingly cool. Other than that, your fairly entertaining movie Kind of funny they're suddenly bromances with Staham, especially after the last movie. B
  6. LOL. This isn't remotely terrorism related. An Airline fucked up counting how many seats they had with overbooking. I don't see how you could compare the two. Second, plenty of ways to defuse that. Could have kept upping the incentive to leave the seat. Could have asked somebody else. There was zero cause for violence against another human being WHO ALREADY PAID HIS FARE that the airline happily accepted.
  7. Pepsi: Nobody will beat us in stupidity this week right? United: Hold my beer
  8. And United could have avoided any potential lawsuits by not dragging him off. Very stupid to use force. There's zero need for violence. Not the guy's fault the airline apparently can't do basic math at figuring out how many seats there are.
  9. Its not like he was endangering anyone. Literally United could have gone, "Alright fine, we're gonna up the price to $1600, a full upgrade to first class free of charge". And I'd love to see what kind of computer program they used which somehow picked a elderly Asian guy.
  10. Apparently, the flight got overbooked. "Passengers were told that the flight would not take off until the United crew had seats, Bridges said, and the offer was increased to $800, but no one volunteered." "a manager came aboard the plane and said a computer would select four people to be taken off the flight. One couple was selected first and left the airplane, she said, before the man in the video was confronted." "Bridges said the man became "very upset" and said that he was a doctor who needed to see patients at a hospital in the morning. The manager told him that security would be called if he did not leave willingly, Bridges said, and the man said he was calling his lawyer. One security official came and spoke with him, and then another security officer came when he still refused. Then, she said, a third security official came on the plane and threw the passenger against the armrest before dragging him out of the plane." Guy suffered a concussion. Even somehow got back on the plane: Wouldn't surprise me if the airline gets sued. What a fuckup.
  11. That United Airlines story is pure WTF. What in the hell were they thinking? "No one will take 800 bucks, next step is violence!"
  12. I regret watching the trailer. Gave away a bit too much for my taste.
  13. Can't wait till the final trailer when they reveal Superman and spoil the villain!