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  1. That bolded part in spades! They should have made a comic book version of Bonnie & Clyde.
  2. Sorry! Had to do it. Oh, and the trailer was okay. Nothing special. Although I am intrigued by what little it showed of Harbor. It looks like he will be a fun character.
  3. This is chick-flick extraordinaire, along the lines of Mama Mia, but with a greater theatrical history. I think it will do Greatest Showman numbers at the very least.
  4. I agree, it is weird that I said that. And your response to my weird post is weird. The whole conversation is weird. That's the point.
  5. So they couldn't cast a full-blooded Puerto Rican actress to play this part? Hollywood racism persists.
  6. Aquaman is an intensely stupid movie, with what should have been wondrous world-building moments, undercut by said stupidity. But it's still engaging, as well as fun and beautiful. I don't know how Wan managed that, but he did. And Momoa strutting around in the traditional Aquaman duds is worth the price of admission alone. Numbers!
  7. NUH UH!!! Just kidding. Fortunately, I have tickets to see it again tomorrow. If I learn that you're right, I'll buy you a cupcake. Only thing is, I'll have to eat if for you.
  8. EDITH is based on BARF, which Beck accused Stark of stealing from him, before summarily firing him. At least that's what I understood from the heavy exposition during Mysterio's victory party. I'll have to watch it again to be sure.
  9. I don't believe for a single second that Beck is dead. He's the master of illusion and EDITH is his technology. I think he tweaked EDITH to have it tell Parker that what he was seeing, a dead Beck, was real. Beck will likely be phase four's, and maybe five's, Loki.
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