Everything Wrong With Avengers: Endgame In Time Travel Minutes Or Less

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We have been asked by a few people to sin this little indie film from the summer called Avengers: Endgame. And we had nothing else going on today, so we decided to cave to fan request for once. This movie was a crowd pleaser and currently stands as the highest grossing movie of all time. But it has plenty of sins, so buckle up, kids, let's go for a ride.
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  • Did the Hulk help in that final battle? And why didn't Thor just stop Thanos with his hammer. All he has to do is place it on thanos's chest and Thanos is stuck.

    myron Xmyron XVor Stunde
  • Hawkeye didn't sacrifice anything, the girl killed herself

    myron Xmyron XVor Stunde
    • myron X : Nope you missed it. Typical hopelessly lost and confused film viewing from Cinema Sins. Nat sacrifices herself - and - she gets Hawkeye to let her Sacrifice herself - which means he sacrifices her too. Whole scene is at psych 303 level and you are still at child psychology level - so there is little point in even trying to explain it any further to you. Go watch John Wick - it’s about a dog.... you might be able to follow the plot. ->. *Maybe* 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 29 Minuten
  • "as I see ant-man and the wasp smiling at each other and shrinking down, I'm once again compelled to ask why they can't fly into Thanos's ear conal or nostril, re-embiggen themselves, and explode Thanos into a hundred million balanced chanks of meat?" isn't it obvious? kids may be watching

    Olivia LatourOlivia LatourVor Stunde
    • “Isn’t it obvious” ⬆️ Are you referring to the lack of intelligence in your post?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 26 Minuten
    • Because they would be squashed like bugs.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 27 Minuten
  • multiverse theory's a bitch

    Aiden WalshAiden WalshVor 2 Stunden
  • Steve didn't live in an alternative timeline. He lived in the main timeline. You yourself mention several times that they avoid creating alternative timelines. Also why would Steve come back at the same age he'd be if he lived out his life if he was coming from another timeline? Literally ALL the evidence points to Steve living his life out with Peggy in the main timeline.

    Ty JamesTy JamesVor 3 Stunden
    • “All the evidence...” ⬆️ Says this - while providing bad math as evidence, and then forgetting to explain the most important piece of evidence - *the shield.* Where does that come from? We know what the filmmakers say - but hey - this is CinemaSins and we are ignoring them, in order to make fan fictions that make no sense...instead, so, go for it.....

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 14 Minuten
    • “Why would Steve come back at the same age he would be if he lived out his life in the main timeline” ⬆️ Because math. Which means your prospect of understanding is therefore infinitisimal. 😂 If Cap goes back to year he misses his dance with Peggy - then that is *the same year* ~ as he was frozen in the ice. If he lives out his life from that point to present then Caps time travel age = same ~ age as if he was never frozen in ice. Any other questions?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 16 Minuten
    • “You mention yourself - they avoid creating alternate timelines” ⬆️ That’s because Jeremy is as clueless as you. This film has multiverse time travel - the entire basis of multiverse time travel is that you can’t go back to the past - because it already happens, but you can travel back to an alternate reality based on your past. All the time travel is to an alternate reality. Every word you waste denying this - is time spent arguing over a film you don’t understand in the 1st place. 😂 How ridiculous is that?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 20 Minuten
    • “Steve didn’t live in a an alternate timeline” ⬆️ He did per the filmmakers: *The time travel in this film created an alternate timeline. Steve Rogers lived his life in an alternate timeline. He came back to the main timeline to give the shield from the alternate timeline to Sam.* - Case closed, for anyone with a brain...so in your case.... that means let’s continue pointless discussion.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 23 Minuten
  • Endgame was almost as bad as black panther

    • AMERICA FIRST : Both are better than any film you’ve seen in the past year, or any DCU film ever made, or any Star Wars film since Empire Strikes back. Both films received A+ CinemaScore from film viewers and 95% plus ratings from professional film critics, one was nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture and the other is the most popular film of all time in terms of box office. Against this - all you offer is an empty remark with zero substance.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 8 Minuten
  • 12:26 hey, portable WiFi 🤷‍♂️

    legendary brolylegendary brolyVor 7 Stunden
    • Spooky action at a distance. "One of the strangest aspects of quantum physics is *entanglement:* If you observe a particle in one place, another particle-even one light-years away-will instantly change its properties, as if the two are connected by a mysterious communication channel." www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/04/einstein-s-spooky-action-distance-spotted-objects-almost-big-enough-see EBONY MAW (2014): Sire, the file appears *entangled.* It was a memory, but not hers. There's another consciousness sharing her network...another Nebula. THANOS (2014): Impossible. EBONY MAW (2014): This duplicate carries a time stamp... from nine years in the future.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Stunden
  • Thor has a beer gutt

    Terry West GamingTerry West GamingVor 9 Stunden
    • Cosplay can now be accurate for a change.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Stunden
  • *Quantum Bridge Time travel is not a fountain of youth* You can't make Cap young again by putting him in the time machine. This is an example of wishful thinking sustained by broken logic + sheer desperation. Fountain of Youth is based on the idea of geriatric medicine, *not time travel.* You repair the damage done by aging - wrinked skin, arthritis, Alzheimer's, etc.. You don't literally turn back time. Time travel *turns time back* so that events (we call aging) never happened. That does not only include unpleasant or undesirable events - its all events. Time does not discriminate between events you want to keep - and those you want to erase. *Memories are events.* They are not magic, and they are erased chronologically like anything else. If you erase someone thru time for 24 hours - then they can't remember what happened today.....because for them - it never happened. When Scott is turned into a baby - he can't talk. Not only because he doesn't have trained vocal cords for talking, not only because the parts of his brain for verbalizing are *not there* [he has a baby brain physically - and can't function as an adult without an adult brain 🙄 ], but also because he was never taught how to speak.... he never learned how to speak because - for him - *that hasn't happened yet.* When Scott doesn't know whether he peed himself as an old man - the joke [going over CinemaSins heads as usual] is that this could equally be because baby Scotts brain has *not yet learned* to control his body functions, or because old man Scott's brain has forgotten {Alzheimer's} how to control said functions. As a matter of 'time' in the case of baby Scott the brain cell and neural connections have not yet been created. In the case of old man Scott the brain cells have died. Either way they are not there, they *can't* be. This a function of time. To make Captain America young again - is to *destroy* his mind - his life and his history. This is not something he would ever allow. And it's something that only Hydra would even try to do. [You are actually trying to invent the Winter Solider program - but you are being too dumb to think about the consequences of your own proposed actions]. Time Travel is not a Fountain of youth. And you know who told you this? Who agrees with this? Tony Stark and Steve Rogers that's who. ⬇️

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 9 Stunden
    • TONY STARK: Instead of pushing Lang through time, you might've wound up pushing time through Lang. It's tricky. Dangerous. Somebody shoulda cautioned you against it. STEVE ROGERS: You did. Case closed for anyone with an adult - as opposed 1/2 erased babies brain. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 9 Stunden
  • Imagine if thanos snapped and only bugs turned to dust

    Just a PianoJust a PianoVor 11 Stunden
  • Feige + Russo’s = High IQ filmmaking. CinemaSins = low IQ film reviewing. ⬆️ That’s the difference.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 13 Stunden
  • anyone remember the greatest of all watching trough over 14kk scenarios and giving the "time machine" stone to Thanos like he couldn't use it.. Dormammu knows.. just taking back that Peter's waking up punch would change everything.. he missed that scenario?..

    richard tousrichard tousVor 16 Stunden
    • Feige + Russo’s = High IQ filmmaking. CinemaSins = low IQ film reviewing. ⬆️ That’s the difference.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 13 Stunden
    • richard tous Can’t follow your broken English sorry. Dormammu doesn’t know anything. He doesn’t even understand how time works since he comes from a dimension with no time. But Thanos understand how time works, and controls reality, space and life and death (soul) with Infinite power. *Seems like you don’t understand that* 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 13 Stunden
  • I just noticed something odd. I'm referring to the scene with Captain America, when he'd traveled back to the New York war zone, and acquired the staff from the Hydra operatives in the elevator. After this he encountered himself. I think it's weird that the Captain America he encountered, who'd just gone through the battle, being all cut, bruised and battered, in this moment, suddenly looked pristine, without a single scratch, with a fresh new uniform. In the end credit scene of the original Avengers in the restaurant, they still looked torn up and tired. And that was way after this moment. So what happened here?

    Scott McDonaldScott McDonaldVor 17 Stunden
    • He changed his uniform. The real issue is how during Avengers 1 - the battle of New York had virtually no casualties - in order to keep the film family friendly. Only Coulsen died, and ABC even brought him back for TV (though he is still dead in the MCU).

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 11 Stunden
  • *Infinity Gauntlet and language of Cinema* The Infinity Gauntlet itself does not possess any known power. It’s the stones that have the Power. What the Gauntlet does is protect the user from the stones - thereby allowing the user to harness that power. The film represents that in visual language such as making a fist - symbolizing use of one or more stones while the gauntlet protects the user. Or... snapping and then making a fist - which symbolizes the use of all of the stones for some truly grandiose purpose - like eradicating or resurrecting 1/2 of the Universe. When the stones are utilized they glow. Each stone glows a different color. The language of film involves use of color and physical motion or gesture, to communicate action and intent. In the comics - there is no motion. Comics often use thought balloons to convey the same ideas. The reader of the comic is supposed to be smart enough to not take thought balloons literally. There are no balloons and words appearing in the air to convey the persons thoughts - > *of course.* 🙄 Likewise the use of light and motion to convey the Infinity Gauntlet is not meant to be taken absolutely literally. What is important to understand is the following. -> Any connection to the stones - visualized by putting on the Gauntlet involves danger and has a cost. That’s why wearing the Gauntlet is potentially deadly - whereas simply holding on to it is not. -> Any use of the stones potentially damages the user and the gauntlet. By using only one stone and closing his fist - Thanos minimizes wear on the Gauntlet and any damage to himself. -> Using stones without the Gauntlet - without closing your fists, or using more than one stone all increase the potential damage to the user. -> Using all the stones at once implies the certainty of damage to the Gauntlet and the user - and the risk of death to user, destruction to the Gauntlet and catastrophe for the Universe. The reason that Thanos typically uses one stone and always closes his fist is because in this way - he can use the stones over and over, and still have Gauntlet capable of snapping, and still himself be *alive* and strong enough to snap. The finger snap itself never had any particular meaning otherwise than an arbitrary symbolic gesture. There is a direct implied relationship between power and consequence in the MCU’s version of this story. This is different than the comics - which are inevitably all over the place, depending on the writer.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 17 Stunden
  • Sometimes i hate you

    valters Paulsvalters PaulsVor 18 Stunden
  • One of the worst movies ever

    Killa GorillaKilla GorillaVor 19 Stunden
    • Killa Gorilla : Wrong Forum. You are looking for Everything wrong with Justice League. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 18 Stunden
  • *Deconstructing storytelling cliches* Cliche # 1 - The superhero and his powers are a deus ex machina - (magical solution) to the films problems. Cliche # 2 - There should be an unambiguous *neat* solution to the problem - no matter how complex the problem appears to be. Endgame deconstructs both cliches by toying with the audience expectations and then pulling the rug out from under them. We think Thor and his hammer will solve the problem at the end of Infinity War. *Nope.* We are sure that after Hulk was beaten down by Thanos he will return for rematch in buffed up form and defeat Thanos. *Nope* We think Captain Marvel is being set up to be the savior of the Avengers, and to finally take down Thanos. *Nope* Each of these hopes is deflated spectacularly and much to the intended shock and surprise of the audience. Instead what really determines the outcome is something that is deeper and truer to the spirit of Marvel comics creator Stan Lee. Stan Lee noted: That heroes are *not* measured by their powers - but by their willingness to sacrifice for others. He knew that heroes who can win by virtue of power - risk nothing, are not real heroes and are worst of all, ultimately boring. In EndGame - it is the willingness of Stark and Natasha to sacrifice their lives, and the willingness of other characters to re-invent themselves, (Banner/Thor/Steve Rogers) or even literally destroy their past selves (Nebula) that defeats Thanos..... and *not* their super powers. Moreover even this sacrifice, like victory in war, doesn’t bring back *all* of the dead, heal all wounds, or solve all problems. Victory is ambiguous, leaving the audience with something to think about, and not triumphalist - leaving the audience with only self satisfaction and celebration of an unrealistic happy ending. To have such subversive story telling premises in such a popular film is very unusual and difficult to do.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 23 Stunden
    • Look no further than the great Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Rises - in order to understand how hard this is to do. At the beginning of the film Bane defeats Batman, and it’s clear BatMan is no match for him. But the filmmakers could not dare to challenge their audiences perceptions of the invincible BatMan in that way - so sure enough, by the end of the film - he gets his rematch, and defeats Bane. The tactical differences in the two fights (esp. given Bruce Waynes broken back) being an unconvincing excuse for the plot armor determined outcome. Zack Snyder’s Superman and Justice League work is even worse. They can’t even kill Superman in one film without reviving him in the end credit sequences to *groans* and not applause from the audience. You know it’s bad when even the cliche hungry audience is sick and tired of the condescensions and coddling. Then in Justice League the entire film amounts to “waiting for Surperman” to deus ex machina all over the film. {basically he might as well as literally urinated on it} He “solves” the film in a way that made the Justice League irrelevant and the villain pathetic, and the problem therefore trivial. *And WB couldn’t figure out why this bombed and led to cancelation of a sequel?* It’s hard to get past cliches. Some CinemaSins subscribers suffer from the same problems of sensibilities dulled by too many cliche ridden films. They want unchallenging cliche ridden tripe that coddles them and makes them feel smart because the film does their thinking for them.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 23 Stunden
  • 0:58 Narrator: "Wait, each of these sinks in this bathroom have individual shaving mirrors? Is that really necessary? Seems like the Avengers could divert their interior design budget to s*it like, I don't know, alien missile defense, which would come in VERY handy later in the movie." Clearly, you don't know. How do expenditures you've made in the present (or past) affect your future designs? Your logic suggests that no one should purchase anything, ever, because that money may be needed for future imagined emergencies. And you're presuming that a person cannot afford things in the future because they've bought things in the past. Dumb sin.

    Fred WrinkleFred WrinkleVor 23 Stunden
    • Fred Wrinkle Well he lives on the street while gofunding his website, so mirrors are not a priority - Just needs the 7-11 to let him use the restroom. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 18 Stunden
  • They killed him properly this time

    Chris AllieChris AllieVor Tag
  • In ragnarok Thor made a pun by calling himself,valkyri and hulk the revengers

    Chris AllieChris AllieVor Tag
  • 2:05 Narrator: "Do the Avengers have a quota of snarky wisecracks that have to be inserted within certain intervals? The delicious irony here.

    Fred WrinkleFred WrinkleVor Tag
  • Captain marvel’s power level makes absolutely no since. Her peer is the product of 1 Stone he has 6 including her power source

    R BR BVor Tag
    • Yeah, I thought so....

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 18 Stunden
  • 1:46 Narrator: "Pick a lane, movie. Either Tony is so upset that he can't think straight OR he's just light-hearted enough to make whimsical comments about Captain Marvel and call Rocket a Build-A-Bear. It can't be both." Thank you for your uninformed psychological opinion, Dr.

    Fred WrinkleFred WrinkleVor Tag
    • Dr. CinemaSins. For whom the complexities of human psychology - are a plot hole. 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • 1:31 Narrator: "Rando pop culture references don't ALWAYS equate to comedy, movie." Rando (random, I guess?) pop culture references don't always equate to comedy, cinemasins. Half of your "sins" involve pop culture references. You seem to be self deprecating.

    Fred WrinkleFred WrinkleVor Tag
    • Fred Wrinkle: His entire site is a random pop culture reference ragging on other peoples art, like the class clown who farts from the back row during English literature 101, because he can’t actually read. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • 1:12 Black Widow: "He did exactly what he said he was going to do, Thanos wiped out 50% of all living creatures." Narrator: "Even though the world governments are in pieces, they were able to take not only an impromptu census, but also a cat and dog census. Natasha wasn't being scientifically precise, she was just presuming facts based on observable evidence. Narrator: "And who cares if it was 50% or not? Apparently, you.

    Fred WrinkleFred WrinkleVor Tag
  • The Avengers cannot afford mirrors and missile defense? Explain.

    Fred WrinkleFred WrinkleVor Tag
    • Fred Wrinkle You know you’re out of ammo when you are critiquing furniture and decorum. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • Stayed on Titan to find supplies. On Titan.

    Fred WrinkleFred WrinkleVor Tag
    • Fred Wrinkle : Pep Boys Titan - we repair damaged alien space ships! Never mind lack of food, medical supplies and critical injuries due to your having been impaled by Thanos in the last film. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • What about Hulk's character ark being completed all off screen?

    3D Printing Professor3D Printing ProfessorVor Tag
  • some late info. at 8:28, banner's debunking of 'changing the past to change the future' strategy is Flawed/WRONG. why is this true. it assumes that one does NOT go back to their original timeline. googletranslate

    David DavidsDavid DavidsVor Tag
    • @Summer Tyme oh, no, so all the heroes NEVER CAME BACK, their original timeline. hmmm you musta seen a DIFFERENT version of endgame, than EVERYONE else. bonehead

      David DavidsDavid DavidsVor 12 Stunden
    • @Summer Tyme toolpinheadflake i will not waste any more time on you

      David DavidsDavid DavidsVor 12 Stunden
    • “Get lost” ⬆️ Sure, then your thread dies here with your incoherence because no one knows what you’re talking about - especially you. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • David Davids Effing the movie? Didn’t see it. Maybe you should try discussing Endgame - unless you didn’t see that. Seems like you didn’t. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • @Summer Tyme pinhead. i am talking about the effing movie. you seem to be talking about Something else. getlost

      David DavidsDavid DavidsVor Tag
  • Endgame is not only the *all time box office champ,* and per RT, the *best reviewed popular film of the year,* but also the undefeated champ of CinemaSins as 15K+ posts have failed to document a single plot hole in the film. 😂

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • Terrible movie. I loved the MCU up until the end of Infinity War. IMO it's been downhill ever since.

    Jason VoorheesJason VoorheesVor Tag
    • Jason Voorhees : Go back to Friday 13th part 14 then?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • The fact, they solved cliffhanger by time travelling which is a paradox is enough.

    AvonamsorgAvonamsorgVor Tag
    • Avonamsorg : There is no paradox in multiverse time travel, so not sure what your point is?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • Captain Marvel got her powers from...an infinity Stone. Thanos had the Infinity Stones. He could just...switch her OFF. But NOOOOO, let's just keep fighting because movie!!!

    Hugo AfonsoHugo AfonsoVor Tag
    • ​@Summer Tyme Hang on...so the Infinity Gauntlet turns you into God (it doesn't do it immediately, but let's assume so). Thus, a time/space-tethered living creature with limited intelligence (no matter how smart, on human terms, Bruce Banner is) suddenly has limitless power and knowledge and can instantly process and understand: 1) Where all living things were five human years ago, what they were doing and the ramifications of bringing half of them back into existence some relative time span later. 2) At that time, he can also decide where to put those that were in precarious positions, those dependent on the disappeared, regardless of where they were and what they were doing. 3) Conjugate their re-appearance with those lives that have in the meantime appeared, regardless of whatever conflicts that may create, all across the Universe. Remember it's not just Earth: it's everywhere there is (or could be, or could cease to be) Life. But he's still bound to a physical body that's subject to the rules of the physical world. And the Gauntlet burns his arm and there's nothing he can do about it. And he has to get rid of those god-like powers, otherwise he...dies? At least in the comics, it made sense: Thanos did indeed become God/The Universe, after having killed half of all Life and shed his physical body (thus becoming unbound by the physical worlds' rules). His only tether is the Gauntlet (which is removed by his daughter, forcing him back into the physical world). In the movie, Divinity powers are like a time-bomb: you can do whatever you want, you know everything about anything, but you have "x" amount of time to do whatever before you die, even though you are God. Why do you die? How much is "x"? How is all this processed at the speed of humans and not the speed of Titans (since Thanos is not human and is bound by different life rules)?

      Hugo AfonsoHugo AfonsoVor 16 Stunden
    • “You don’t know where they were or what they were doing” ⬆️ This just shows that you don’t understand the film, or the Infinity Gauntlet. *Hulk does know where everyone was - and what everyone was doing. He has the Infinity Gauntlet. His is all knowing - at the time of the snap.* He is the MCU”s God at that moment. You are telling him what he knows or doesn’t know?? Boo.... What is clear is that for for all your babbling you understand absolutely nothing about this film.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 18 Stunden
    • Hugo Afonso : You are murdering millions either way. ⬆️ Nope. But it is clear that you *admit* that you are advocating murdering millions yourself. Then rationalizing why you are doing it... as *all villains do.* Your position is *Thanos* position. I respect that in the sense that Thanos is a good villain so it’s to the film’s credit that you advocate for his madness. However- I am not distracted by the fact that your *Thanos is right* position has nothing to do with you parent post. Meanwhile You and RedSkull and Thanos and H1tler can be happy together, in Hell...or Vormir, in MCU Parlance. 😂 (No I don’t expect you to get the joke or make the connections - based on your unintelligible film commentary - *I’m sure you won’t* )

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 18 Stunden
    • @Summer Tyme You are murdering millions either way. You don't know where they were or what they were doing. After the snap, everything kept going, the survivors kept living, as they should. Half the Universe and then some did disappear. The lives created in the interim is the Universe re-balancing itself: life does go on! That's why messing with Time is always a bad idea. The way I see it, the "bring back those that disappeared only, but don't erase those that were born in the meantime" was a selfish move: he just didn't want to lose his daughter. Very emotional. Very human. Very stupid. Override Thanos's snap, and those that were born after that would never have existed in the first place. The same happens for every action not taken, every "could have been" that never did. You can't have it both ways and not expect consequences. What happened, happened. Reverse an event and something else will happen. Attempt to have the current event and the reversed event happen "in the same time", and you better know full well the effects of that choice, or you will have caos in your hands. And Jesus coming back from the dead is not half the Universe returning from the dead. Slight difference in numbers there.

      Hugo AfonsoHugo AfonsoVor 21 Stunde

    Aidan PerryAidan PerryVor Tag
    • Too late.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • 19:02 You didn't actually remove the sin

    ``Vor 2 Tage
  • It's funny how this three hour movie got a measly 104 sins while others are shorter in length and yet have more.

    Hedgehog JediHedgehog JediVor 2 Tage
    • Hedgehog Jedi It’s obvious that they really liked the movie but are providing ‘fan service’ for CinemaSins subscribers who expect them to provide ammo for hating on - whatever movie. The results were weak and disingenuous. Still good for baiting the haters into their own quagmire where they have to admit there are few objective errors in the film.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • Wait since they can time travel why did captain marvel, ant man, and maybe iron man go to the final battle in infinity war and kill thanos before he uses the stones and the one in the past wouldn’t question it.

    Pokemon champion DanielloperaPokemon champion DanielloperaVor 2 Tage
    • Professor Hulk: “Changing the past doesn’t change the future”

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • Raven Isabela moner Starfire rosa Salazar Robin Damián Wayne Jemery runner terra Madison Wolfe cyberborg Ray Fisher

    Axel RodríguezAxel RodríguezVor 2 Tage
    • Alita battle Ángel Rosa Salazar as Alita

      Axel RodríguezAxel RodríguezVor 2 Tage
  • Imagine if Pewdiepie makes a video called “Everything wrong with everything wrong with Avengers: Endgame”

    Flashstar 123Flashstar 123Vor 2 Tage
    • he won't go that low for few more views

      talkplstalkplsVor Tag
  • Think god i didn't went to go see the endgame because it sucks ass because Captain Marvel ruined it the movie

    Johnny GJohnny GVor 2 Tage
    • Captain Marvel 1.2 billion Endgame 2.8 billion = 4 billion. Just admit you couldn’t afford the tickets and be done with it. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • Chci Cz titulky

    Doktor MarvelDoktor MarvelVor 2 Tage
  • Ross and the US military should of been one of the army’s coming out a Dr. Strange portal

    Juke BoxJuke BoxVor 2 Tage
  • What the hell is with ur voice

    Phoenix MasamiPhoenix MasamiVor 2 Tage
  • *Time Travel Minutes or Less* 😂 Use the analogy of the phone system, to understand Time Travel in EndGame as it is modeled on that. Carrier = Quantum Tunnel = time machine (Quantum Realm is where the time vortexes are) GPS = cell phone Pym Particle = battery The Quantum Tunnel is where all the calls actually go. It's the part of the system that knows where you are, and connects you to someone else. Analogy: If you talk to someone on your cell phone - you can't see the phone company in the middle - but they are there and without them the phones don't work. Time travel begins with Quantum Tunnel. You enter the Quantum Realm. You signal the Quantum Tunnel, with the GPS, to inform it where to forward or transfer your (call) destination. When the Avengers travel from 2012 further back in time to 1970, the process is still the same. They still shrink into the Quantum Realm and the GPS is still a cell phone talking to the Quantum Tunnel at Avengers tower - again this is the service provider. But this time - instead of bringing them back to Service Center - it forwards them on - to the their next destination. Of course it's all SCI_FI silliness but just from watching the film with a functioning brain, you understand more about how time travel works in this one film from 60 years of Doctor Who. End Game has the smartest conception of time travel of any major Hollywood film, in history. 😂

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • How does he turn the stone back to the tesseract

    LugasLugasVor 2 Tage
    • Lugas : He doesn’t go back to anything as an old man. I’m going to quote the filmmakers themselves since it makes easier sometimes for everyone to stop arguing about it: *The time travel in this movie created an alternate reality. You can’t change the future by simply going back to past. But it’s possible to create a different alternate future. It’s not butterfly effect. It’s not a time loop. Every decision you made in the past could potentially create a new timeline. For example, the old Cap at the end movie, he lived his married life in a different universe from the main one. He had to make another jump back to the main universe at the end to give the shield to Sam.* He grows old with Peggy in an alternate timeline - he comes back to the main timeline after Peggy dies to give the shield from the alternate timeline to Sam. As far as we know - all the alternate timelines still exist.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme btw if all of those are branches, then how exactly does he go back to them as an old man

      LugasLugasVor 2 Tage
    • Answer in one sentence: Cap does not take back the tesseract or the scepter because he does not intend to, because there is no point in doing so.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • ”it’s more like that I understood my question” You still don’t understand it. You even said and I quote “tesseract basically create Scarlett Witch’s powers” -> *Wrong* Her powers come from the mind stone. You are really confused and should listen more carefully and stop trying to argue - then you might understand the answers to your questions. Otherwise you can just keep yourself confused. That’s no trick, anyone can do that.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • “How do they not make a branch time line” ⬆️ This is the *core* of your misunderstanding. They already created branch timelines when they went back to the past. They originally intended to be able to reconverge the timelines when they took the stones back. But - and this the part I’ve explained 3 times in this thread and you simply reply like you never read it: *The time travels all go haywire - creating branches in time that cannot be reconverged just by taking back the stones.* Taking back the stones - doesn’t change the fact that Thanos and Gamora and Nebula are dead in the 2014 timeline, or that Loki escaped from the 2012 timeline, for example. So the case is not that you can put the scepter back in the mind stone and give it back to Hydra (????) and that timeline disappears. That timeline still exists - the Loki Disney series is *based on that timeline.*

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • Thanos and his Hate boner caused all that? Damn.

    Marlon ElliottMarlon ElliottVor 3 Tage
    • Character is neither motivated by lust nor hate. And comment isn’t funny, just dumb.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • Maybe they could've time traveled to 2020 and got Black Widow from there. LOL.

    Marlon ElliottMarlon ElliottVor 3 Tage
    • This is a fallacy which people have a hard time coming to grips with because death is hard. Black Widow and Tony Stark *are dead* - you can’t make them be alive again by creating an alternate reality based on your past. The Black Widow and Tony Stark of this reality would still be dead. And in your alternate reality - if you remove the persons from that reality and bring them into this one - you have *killed them* in their own reality as well. In your 2020 reality - Thanos has snapped away 1/2 the population and on top of that, Black Widow is now dead. Let’s assume that Antman is released from the Quantum Realm in 2023 - - - when those Avengers try to travel back in time again - they will encounter the same problem with reviving Thanos *again* and this time there is no Black Widow to get the soul stone. The potential outcome of your action - is that *Thanos wins* in the alternate reality you created - and then proceeds to *wipe out the entire multiverse.* And for what - all because you had the misguided delusion that you could use time travel to cheat death. You *can’t* cheat death in multiverse time travel - period. Those who think otherwise - just aren’t thinking clearly.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • Half the beings in the Earth doesnt mean every planet gets cut in half in population so its actually very very very unlikely that Earth would get effected as much as the movie portrays.

    sIuethsIuethVor 3 Tage
    • No no -more would die or less would die because -> [exhibition of math skills that would make 3rd grade teacher weep] 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
    • sIueth No you are wrong. People reach all kinds of mind bogglingly wrong and contradictory conclusions from *everyone on the planet would die* to hardly anyone on the planet would die. It’s actually crystal clear that 1/2 of humanity would die. Why? Because that’s exactly what Thanos says he will do -> *When I’m done - 1/2 of humanity will still be alive.* - Thanos. And From Black Widow - > “He did exactly what he said he would do - he wiped out 50 % of living creatures.” Any other conclusion is based upon wacky assumptions from fan fiction + bad math + bad logic and has nothing to do with anything Thanos ever said he intended to do, or was shown to have happened in the film. Lol. Lazy film watching strikes again.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • *Plot Hole Thread* . Let's discuss supposed plot holes in Avengers EndGame. There are very few. Most of the ones named in the video and its supporting threads are not plot holes. They are *mistakes* of the film reviewer. Endgame is a film that is created at a high school and above educational level. This is unusual for a film based on comics - but the Infinity Gauntlet story, like Watchmen - is an unusually sophisticated story, and Feige and the Russo's are smart filmmakers. [unlike Zack Snyder - who's Watchmen was a dumbed down version of a brilliant story and so rightly *despised* by the original author] Unfortunately CinemaSins has many subscribers who are simply *not at educational level of the film.* So let's discuss, feel free to bring up any plot hole - real or imagined for discussion in the thread [I don't really expect any replies, due to -> 🐔🐔🐔🐔 , but the offer was made, so...

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
    • *Not a plot hole # 24 (Infinity War) -* “They should have cut off Thanos arm” That’s one of the 1st things Dr Strange tried to do. He used his most powerful cutting weapon the Sacred Sword of Vishanti: 66.media.tumblr.com/e82f38081ddc7b7d1a2a093782b941bb/tumblr_inline_phbocbUk1J1uyhiqa_1280.png Thanos caught it - with his bare hand. Pay attention CinemaSins.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • *Not a plot hole # 23-* “They should reset the timeline before the snap” ⬆️ Uh no, that would be *quite insane.* We’re talking Thanos level insane. 😂 Thanos wants to reset the time line to the very beginning of time, and remake the entire Universe per his image of ‘balance.’ The problem with this is - it means wiping out everyone who exists now. *They’ll never know because you won’t be there to tell them.* - Thanos. If you reset the timeline 5 years in the past you are *murdering* billions of humans and other beings who were born in the last 5 years. {heelllllo McCinemaSins.... anybody home!? 😂}

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • *Not a plot hole #22* - “People moved on in 5 years and got new families...” We are supposed to ‘guess’ why this observation is supposed to be a plot hole. (?) The answer of course is that yes - that’s exactly what happens in the film. Tony Stark and Pepper and Morgan moved on and got new families - Peter Parker was snapped and then came back. It’s as if the CinemaSins filmgoer cannot process mentally anything that is not designed to imply a happy ending with no consequences. Anything complicated, or ambiguous for them is a plot hole (??) That’s just sad.....

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • *Not a plot hole #21 -* “I want Thor to snap, I want Black Panther to snap, I want Iron Man’s drones to snap, so Iron Man doesn’t die!” 😂 The problem with Thor snapping has little to do with his body and everything to do with his state of mind. He was filled with guilt and rage and in no condition mentally to snap. Infinity Gauntlet is not a mindless automatic weapon - it is handing the entire Universe over to the person wearing the Gauntlet. Robots and remote machines without mind and soul can’t snap. Black Panther is just a normal man in a suit that absorbs and deflects Kinetic energy. That’s why the Avengers had to have Hulk do it. After Hulk brings back 1/2 the Universe, Thor was beaten to within and inch of his life by Thanos and would have been killed if Cap had not been able to wield Mjolnir. Finally the Gauntlet that Hulk had already used *was damaged* - remember the Gauntlet gets damaged - not just the person wearing it - that’s why the Original Thanos Gauntlet was trash when Thor cut Thanos arm off. It’d been fused to has hand in the 1st snap. This is the rule of the film - *every snap/permanent damage/gauntlet and bearer - 100% of the time - no exceptions* No one but Hulk could have survived the snap - and no one but Iron Man could have snapped the 2nd time, since only he had the nano gauntlet - and which was a part of Dr. Strange’s brilliant plan and Tony Starks masterpiece of improvised strategy. Like it or not - the film very carefully created a situation where the solution shown was the only one available. It’s one of the best endings ever for this kind of film. And makes fan fiction fake solutions seem brain dead and boring by comparison. Sorry...but it’s true. 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • It's when Thor has hit Thanos in the heart with the axe - that he pauses - to savor his revenge. Thanos - unconcerned *mocks Thor* -> "You should have gone for the head". Any time the film hands you an idea - you are wise to ask the question 'why'. [instead of crediting yourself for *finding* 🙄 a plot hole]. The most perceptive viewers of Infinity War did just that. "Why would Thanos stop to tell Thor what he should have done? He is hit in what would be for a human the heart, why is he not dead?" You should be able to now answer those questions having scene Endgame. But you should have always known it's a not a plot hole in the film - if the film's own dialog is baiting towards a conclusion. *It's a trap!* 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • Did he just sin the "Avengers, assemble" line?

    Mujahid SyedMujahid SyedVor 3 Tage
    • He's waiting for appreciate of his real humor ie fart jokes. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • There's a person called @SummerTyme going allll over the comment section tryna defend this movie... And while it's awesome there's plot holes If you're watching this I'm a Marvel fan calling out a dumbass Marvel Fanboy/Fangirl who's spreading the idea that fans can't take criticism

    The FowlThe FowlVor 3 Tage
    • “But there’s the butterfly effect” ⬆️ Wrong. There is *no butterfly effect* in this film or in multiverse time travel. Butterfly effect is impossible in multiverse time travel, because you are in an alternate reality so there is no effect whatsoever on the main timelines past which is *unalterable.* The filmmakers have specifically stated: *It’s not a butterfly effect.* - Russo. So what are you even babbling about. You have to address the theory of time travel that’s in the film - not apply a different one (which you also don’t understand) 🙄 Fowl you are hilarious. You are good at talking a lot while understanding nothing. 😂 😂 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • “Time in the Quantum REalm is shown to be relative” ⬆️ Time is relative period. Everywhere. Again - what of it? Where is the plot hole? Zero plot holes so far from all your rantings.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • “Every time you disturb something in the past you create a new timeline” Not quite - the point is that *you can’t change the past.* Therefore anything happening to you in the past is happening an an alternate timeline. Try to understand that this is multiverse time travel theory - and has nothing to do specifically with Endgame. Your method is to call anything that *you don’t understand* a plot hole. Sorry but that’s not the case. This is just a reflection of your sometimes wilfull limitations, and not those of the film.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • FUCK YEAH my favorite part is minus 5 sins!

    Benjamin TomlinBenjamin TomlinVor 4 Tage
  • 20:13 That’s a REALLY GOOD POINT

    Henry ParkHenry ParkVor 4 Tage
    • Henry Park : It’s a ridiculous point. It’s saying that Tony Stark can’t snark, or sarcast or salt. Anything involving humor that’s really anger - is impossible because humans aren’t intelligent enough to process human psychology. 😂 So much of CinemaSins junk commentary is like that. *You are requiring films to be written to the lowest common denominator intellect.* *DING*

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • Wow you just made a back to the future refrence without realizing it

    Parker KolacinskiParker KolacinskiVor 4 Tage
  • This was def worth the wait, this movie was total dog s*** biggest letdown ever for a sequel. Idk which was worse tho, meet the fockers was pretty bad too

    Anthony LoprestiAnthony LoprestiVor 4 Tage
    • Anthony Lopresti The video was a dud. The movie was brilliant. You’re late to a party that never happened. Lol

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • Tony told cap, ant man, and Natasha that he has already looked in to time travel and it won’t work... he even gives a few examples why... deutsch proposition (it can be misunderstood to mean he knows how Scott will fail, but in reality he is explaining the problems he’s already encountered... once Scott tell him about the quantum realm and he gets more info to work with, he figures out a way to work around the issues he was facing before. So yea, he solved time travel in one night... but it’s not like that’s the first time he started working on it... one night with pertinent info.

    AND MEAND MEVor 4 Tage
    • The reason people say Tony Invented time travel is because *he* says that. But Tony is both sarcastic and narcissistic - so he would say that, especially if he is building on Hank Pym’s tech, since it’s a common conflict in their story that Stark’s steal Pym’s work. No doubt Tony is a super genius - that’s his super power - but the point is, there is more explanation for how Time Travel is developed in the Avengers than in all of Terminator, and Back2theFuture, or X-Men for example. I get that it’s easier to drive your Delorian to 88 MPH, get hit by lightening and then say - $crew it...whatever. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
    • AND ME : He only solves *one* aspect of the issue - but he definitely doesn’t invent time travel. Time Travel in MCU is..... Hank Pym’s sub-atomic particles - which can shrink you into the Quantum Realm. Janet Van Dyne’s discovery of time Vortex’s within the Quantum Realm. Pym’s Quantum Bridge and suites which can retrieve a person from the Quantum Realm alive. Scott Lang’s experience with getting caught in a time vortex in the Quantum Realm from which he comes up with the idea of time travel. Professor Hulk who finds a way to send time (vortexes) within the Quantum REalm - thru people - so the that time can move *both forward and backwards* through the person. Iron Man then develops a space-time-GPS which can send people thru the time vortexes instead of time thru people. Finally - it’s possible that IronMan learns of how to build his space-time GPS from Nebula - as they use similar technology to send the Beacon thru space back to Earth, which is how Captain Marvel rescues them. In turn this explains why no aspect of this technology was esp. difficult for Thanos to reverse Engineer if Nebula/and therefore Thanos technology partly inspired Tony’s developments to begin with.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • *Honey I shrunk the Universe* Clearly the idea that there could ever be something like Pym particles which could allow you to shrink into a size so small that you basically fall out of our universe, then slip thru time vortexes only to expand into another universe, based on your past - but in fact consisting of an alternate reality, is the silliest idea ever. Right? And yet.... “Most physicists agree on the big-bang theory, which says that 14 billion years ago the entire observable universe was “roughly a million billion billion times smaller than a single atom” - Washington Post. All the MCU’s fantasy Universe posits on top of the already stranger than fiction big bang theory is the following. - > before the Big Bang there existed 6 singularities of space time “power” (ie matter and energy) mind, soul and reality. -> When these singularities came to together - they implicitly caused the Big Bang. -> It’s a fact that most of our Universe still can’t be seen or experienced directly - but rather only indirectly via Gravity (black holes). -> The MCU’s fantasy universe posits that there exists a form of dark matter or energy - ie Pym particles capable of shrinking into this ‘dark matter’ and expanding back outwards in the form of alternate realities rooted in - but distinct from - an originating reality. As a Sci Fi concept - the idea is really elegant.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
    • If the entire universe is born of something so small - that it barely even exists - something which even today - we could not detect as anything other than a gravitational anomaly - then how many other universes are there. And - how would we even know?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • Everyone else: Actually watches the movie for a certain price Me: Watches Cinemasins and Cinemawins and pieces together what happens in the film

    AlexSportsAlexSportsVor 5 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme Or have no interest in the movie. Not every film interests everyone enough to watch it.

      Samuel MowerySamuel MoweryVor 16 Stunden
    • So, then you’re broke and can’t afford a ticket. 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • We should give this 100 sins for existing.

    True_OneTrue_OneVor 5 Tage
  • Maybe I'm just dumb...but can someone explain to me how the time travel works? I think I kinda get it, but it's just so confusing for my average/below average brain.

    Laura BethLaura BethVor 5 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme Wow I just watched this video and it's super helpful! Thank you for sharing it with me it helped me understand a lot better

      Laura BethLaura BethVor 5 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme Thanks! You're the best!

      Laura BethLaura BethVor 5 Tage
    • This video specifically explains the timelines in Endgame: de-visions.com/detail/video-kn2IoDzI8L0.html It is consistent with the facts in the film - and the directors explanation and has been up for almost 1 year, and never failed to answer questions related to the film.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • Big sin you missed - how could Old Steve pass the shield on to Sam when it was destroyed by Thanos during the battle - did Old Steve have a new one built, did he steal the old one back in time etc.? Details man they are important!

    Stannis The MannisStannis The MannisVor 5 Tage
    • Stannis The Mannis That’s not a sin on the film. It’s a part of the story you just didn’t get, which is a sin on you. It’s been explained over and over in these forums - read it. Or you can beg for it to be explained again - in which case you get another sin for being a lazy film viewer and a lazy CinemaSins forum reader too. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • You missed the biggest blunder in the movie... 1 million sins...

    optimus primeoptimus primeVor 5 Tage
  • The on your left moment was amazing.. and I still...cant get through the ending without sobbing.. I've watched it so many times. And after going back and watching all of the films back to back it hits even harder.

    Blake BumbaloughBlake BumbaloughVor 5 Tage
  • Don't ask why Pepper needs to light a candle. You don't want to know.

    Martin PhippsMartin PhippsVor 5 Tage
  • I wish half the population would die.

    AdamAdamVor 5 Tage
    • ikr

      blue_pearl_22blue_pearl_22Vor Tag
  • *My favorite character was done dirty* One of the reasons why all of the characters have tough consequences is because the inevitable whining would be otherwise deafening from fan boys complaining that their favorite character was being unfairly picked on. Imagine if Tony doesn’t die - and Cap doesn’t get old - but Black Widow still dies for instance. Distributing consequences amongst all the OG Avengers effectively neutralized the majority of such whining.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
    • The film is about consequences, and sacrifice. Victory isn’t always possible, is sometimes incomplete, and comes at a high price. It’s not a comic book fairy tale - where things end up happily ever after - cuz - otherwise childish audience can’t take it. Grow up a little?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • “They could have literally used the time stone to revive iron man” “They could have literally gone back to when thanos had all the stones and took ‘em” “They could have literally sacrificed the red skull” “They could have literally gone back in time and grab Natasha and IronMan out of the past so they wouldn’t have to die” Translation: If you’re going to say something that makes no sense whatsoever..put the word *literally* in front of it. It’s like ketchup! 😂 It “literally” goes with everything.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • That lady is fucking Nick fury’s mum and I know it

    Harry ChenHarry ChenVor 6 Tage
  • they literally could’ve sacrificed Red Skull.... But nah

    KailumAsylumKailumAsylumVor 6 Tage
    • Red Skull: You must lose that which you love. Knucklehead: So....we can sacrifice - *anything* then? *Monty Python: Search for the Infinity Gauntlet* 😂 Oh, btw: This is the part where you reply back that you were only kidding all along, and obviously not *that stupid.* 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
    • KailumAsylum : ⬆️ Another knucklehead who can’t understand films. CinemaSins never fails...to fail. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • How dare you make this video

    Sam LenSam LenVor 6 Tage
Everything Wrong With Avengers: Endgame In Time Travel Minutes Or Less