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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  • You know, I never understand why Clint wanted to sacrifice himself when he was *a whole family* to come back to. Natasha has no one but the Avengers. The whole fight was just plain worthless.

    Michael DedeMichael DedeVor 2 Stunden
    • Your thought process vs. Hawkeye's thought process. *You:* It's all about me - and I need to get my family back. Nat, you don't have a family so you should die to help me get my family back. *Not only is this selfish - but it also means that you cannot get the stone.* *Hawkeye:* It's all about everyone else, including the ones I love - including Nat. She's his family too. She's all the family he has left. He does not want Nat to die so that he can be with this family. That's selfish. He'd *rather die himself* so that others can live. That's selfless. You don't understand because you are more like *The Red Skull* than you are like either Clint or Nat. The Red Skull is selfish and only values power and loves nothing. Like the skull you would never be able to possess the stone.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Stunde
  • Can you do rescuing the champ

    Chris MorrisChris MorrisVor 3 Stunden
  • *How to tell a story* Stories need to be about something and go some place. Characters should change. There needs to be stakes and consequences. Otherwise the result is as if the story never happened. Steve Rogers - who chose the path of the warrior - finally becomes the lover. His warrior's mantle is passed on to Sam - who will obviously have a very different relationship to the title of Captain America. Bucky has been liberated from Hydra mind control... *yes.* But now must face the *consequences* of that legacy. His story is different from Sam's and also different from Steve's. Most importantly - just as father's must ultimately pass on in order for their sons to grow up, Steve has to complete his story and step aside in order for Sam and Bucky to grow and not be trapped by the role of 'sidekick' to Captain America. There are stakes. There is change. There are consequences. This is just good story telling 101, and yet good story telling is the exception and not the rule.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Stunden
    • *How NOT to tell a story.* Lock the story in place. Repeat ad nauseam. Change nothing. Eliminate stakes. Insure that there are no consequences for any 'difficult' event. Here is how you do this: 1) Captain America cannot age. 2) He does not choose to keep his promise to Peggy, but simply goes back to the Avengers. 3) Or....if he does not come back as an old man at the end of the film - *he should just die as many expected him to.* 4) Or....if he does come back - he should give the shield to Bucky. Bucky should just be considered *cured* of Winter Solider, and both he and the world should just forget about all the horrible things he did, and that happened to him. *As if Winter Soldier and Civil War -> never happened.* For the sake of a 'happy' ending - his entire story and character are to be erased in order to avoid *consequence.* 5) Sam.... now has no story. In fact - his character might as well cease to exist. ⬆️ This is CinemaSins idea of 'good' writing. And that's why you have a website dedicated to showing clips from other peoples stories. Because you have no idea of how to create your own. 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Stunden
  • Who is Lizzie Thorden????

    Jefe CharlzJefe CharlzVor 10 Stunden
    • The funniest joke in the video - and even though I’ve had fun correcting the video - I give more props to them each time someone asks this question. *CinemaSins* - Now you know what it’s like to do something clever and watch it whoosh right over the heads of the audience. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Stunden
  • de-visions.com/detail/video-P-K2htKPgrM.html THis is why antman didn't age and Janet van dyne did

    Samin AhsanSamin AhsanVor 21 Stunde
    • Yes. And at a deeper level it's important to understand that the Quantum Realm is another dimension. If you were to define time - it would be defined as relative change for matter and energy moving thru space. Or - space/time. The Quantum Realm exists outside of all of this. The 'relationship' between our space/time and the Quantum Realm is *created by* the Quantum Tunnel. This why Scott's idiot/savant insight was on point. Scotts idea of a time machine was not only correct - but it was reasonable assessment based on his experiences. Endgame is an unusually smart film. CinemaSins always screams that something is dumb - whenever they don't understand it. All class clowns do that. 🤡

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 14 Stunden
  • Ryan has always had the best day in my world and it has a great day at the moment, and I’m always but I’m still in my but I’m

    Junior TuitomaJunior TuitomaVor 23 Stunden
  • Couldn't Scott have just googled his daughter?

    Mehmet JinaduMehmet JinaduVor Tag
    • Because nothing gives accurate information quite like the internet. I just googled today and found out that Elvis is still alive. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 14 Stunden
  • Hes is sooo close to 9 mil

    Henry HatfieldHenry HatfieldVor Tag
  • To the time variance authority: *You will immediately release my client Loki and clear him of all these false charges!* 😎 Loki did not travel thru time and attempt to bring back the dead - *The Avengers Did.* The space stone that Loki has in fact belongs to his time line and his reality. In fact - *he prevented* the Avengers from stealing the space stone from this Universe in an attempt to tamper with time in their own! It is the Avengers - and not Loki - who are *guilty* of violating the laws of space and time. Now please release my client - the God of Mischief - so that he may get about his business, immediately. 😊

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • Time travel is the ultimate trash... except Back To The Future ofcourse.

    Goi DogoiGoi DogoiVor Tag
    • "Back to the Future - is bullshit" - Actual Quantum physicist dialog in Endgame. Not the screen writers, not the directors. *Physicists.* Time travel just requires intelligence on the part of the viewers and CinemaSins doesn't have the intellectual resources to handle it. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • Who the fuck told u that mrs. Marvel was worlds stronger than Thanos that’s a fucking joke

    The This Guy Experience!!!The This Guy Experience!!!Vor Tag
    • CinemaSins is just making assumptions based on all the bad Superman comics they've read instead of paying attention to the film.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • *We are the Guardians of the Galaxy* Peter Quill: Dance-off, bro. Ronan: What are you doing? Peter Quill: I'm distracting you. Gamora: No! [Peter grabs the stone which then begins to destroy him] Peter! Take my hand! [as Peter turns to Gamora he has flash back to when his mother asked him to take her hand on her death bed] Meredith Quill: Take my hand, Peter. Ronan: You're mortal! How? Peter Quill: You said it yourself, bitch. We're the Guardians of the Galaxy. ----------------------------------------- What we don’t know at the time -> - Peter Quill is not mortal - he is 1/2 Celestial. - Gamora is destined to become the soul stone sacrifice (her link to the soul stone is what drew Thanos to her - and she would in fact find the soul stone...that was *her* destiny) The ultimate resolution to the story of Gamora won’t be known until GOTG3.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
    • Naturally CinemaSins applies 4 year old reading comprehension to any story, and so manages to falsely conclude... -> Anyone can harness an Infinity Stone as long as you hold hands. 🙄 -> Peter Quill can use the Infinity Gauntlet (He is no longer 1/2 Celestial as he used his power to kill his Celestial father) -> If you have the power stone - you can do anything - with no repercussions -> though we see that even 1/2 Celestial Peter Quill would have been killed without Gamora taking his hand. -> The power stone always kills whatever you use it on.....though we just saw Thanos take the stone and with his bare hands knock out *but not kill* Captain Marvel. So for example if you want to *write a fan fic* where Iron Man solves the film with only the power stone - then the question becomes - how come Thanos didn’t just kill all the Avengers instead of just knocking out Captain Marvel when he had the power stone to begin with??? Fan fiction tries to poke holes in a story - but Endgame is a smart film and fan fiction is never anywhere near as smart. CinemaSins Fan Fiction has more plot holes than even a poorly written film, because it’s written by the dumb, for the dumber, and vetted by no one. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • Il y a des points sur lesquels tu as raison, mais la grande majorité on dirait juste un frustré qui rage sur quelque-chose qu'il aurait été totalement incapable d'élaborer. Olala, regardez comment ils prennent trop la pose à 09:19 , olala et si c'était Rhodey et Ant Man qu'on avait envoyé chercher la pierre de l'âme vu qu'ils sont pas amis, oh et Tony il trouve la solution du voyage dans le temps trop vite c'est pas réaliste! On appelle ça du cinéma. On appelle ça un scénario. Si ils avaient envoyés Rhodey et Ant Man on se serait fait chier, faut pas chercher plus loin, il faut bien qu'elle avance cette histoire. Si tu veux aborder ce genre de film de cette façon tu peux simplement arrêter tout ce qui relève du fantastique ou de la science fiction, si tu t'attends à y croire absolument comme lorsque tu regardais ce genre de trucs à dix ans, c'est pas la peine.

    Marvin MMarvin MVor Tag
  • Ok so I can argue with so many of the sins but you are just so funny

    The Gamer WithinThe Gamer WithinVor Tag
  • I mean come on iron man . You could have held hands with everyone and used the power stone to defeat thanos . Like how roan dies

    Captain FortniteCaptain FortniteVor Tag
    • 1) Since the Infinity Gauntlet gives off deadly radiation which Tony cannot survive and the radiation is shown surging thru his body, then what is the point of Tony trying to use only the power stone? *He is dead in any case,* but Thanos in multiple timelines with forces numbering in the 10's of thousands would certainly *not* be dead, just because a dying man used the power stone. So why would Iron Man kill himself unless he had the guaranteed outcome of defeating Thanos? 2) Your fan fiction also runs into a massive contradiction - since Thanos already had the power stone. If - in your version - the power stone can be used with no repercussions and to unlimited effect- then Thanos would have *killed all the Avengers* with it immediately instead of knocking out Captain Marvel. ''In your story the power stone was limited when Thanos had it....but then unlimited when Tony gets it. That is an *actual gaping plot hole* in your fan fiction. How would your fan fiction account for this glaring inconsistency?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Stunden
    • What question

      Captain FortniteCaptain FortniteVor 4 Stunden
    • Nah, *but you must be* cuz you can't answer the questions but keep replying anyway. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Stunden
    • Yeah u mad lmao

      Captain FortniteCaptain FortniteVor 9 Stunden
    • #1 I'm not mad. Seems like you are based upon your childish response. #2 You didn't address the problems with your 'idea', you just hurled silly insults, which is typical of CinemaSins. #3 You *never will* answer the questions about your 'hair brained plan' because you *can't.* #4 "Too" not to. Anyone who writes the sentence 'to stupid' has mastered the art of making fools of themselves. #5 Case dismissed. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 14 Stunden
  • Bro why’d you murder the Mets like that

  • It Just has to be IN the world not in there bodies or shit, thay can Just toss them there

    Alx_ToxAlx_ToxVor Tag
    • @Summer Tyme omg a brain, its rare those days

      Alx_ToxAlx_ToxVor Tag
    • Basically correct. This is always going to be too hard for CinemaSins to understand. I mean it's like trying to teach a horse trigonometry when the best it can do is - stamp hooves. But it is explained in the film that the goal is to get the stone back to the same instant in time as the they were taken out of the timeline - so that chronologically they never left. -> If stone was taken from the living room at 5:01 - to another timeline, then return it to the dining room at 5:01. Therefore the stone never leaves the timeline. That's the idea, and that is the Avengers original intention.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor Tag
  • What if in the whole snap, half the universe gets taken, but some planets just get skipped over

    UltraDeath2uUltraDeath2uVor 2 Tage
    • UltraDeath2u : I assume you mean inhabited worlds. It’s a randomizing function so it’s mathematically possible, but unlikely.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
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    DJ N1K1DJ N1K1Vor 2 Tage
  • *re: didnt the storm breaker almost killed thanos* The whole film is a series of 'almost'. -> Gamora slit his throat and he bled out on Knowhere. They almost killed him. -> Dr. Strange and Starlord *almost* got the gauntlet off of him. -> Wanda *almost* stopped him from getting the mind stone. -> Thor *almost* killed him with Stormbreaker. ^ If you understand the Infinity Stones you'd see that none of the above could have defeated Thanos. That's why Dr. Strange having seen every possibility rightly concluded that Thanos has to be allowed to complete his destiny - to snap, and bring balance, as he saw it...and die. Only then could he be defeated. *StormBreaker is thrown right thru Thanos heart* *Then* he snaps (after that - so this ends any idea that he is weak - only the physically, mentally and spiritually strongest beings in the Universe can snap to begin with - so in fact - he is not weak). *Then the time stone REVERSES storm breaker out of his chest, and the space stone teleports him away to the farm.* *At the end of the film - HE HAS NO DAMAGE from Stormbreaker whatsoever.* Any damage done to Thanos by anything other than the Infinity Gauntlet can be reversed in time *Just like Dr. Strange does with Dormammu* during his film. Any damage done in one reality only is irrelevant as Thanos exists in multiple realities - *which is why Gamora failed to kill him.* He cannot be defeated with the full Infinity Gauntlet: *He's unbeatable* - per Tony Stark, per Dr. Strange, per the logic of the film. Some viewers of the film get it, and others don't...but that's how the story is actually structured.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • -> Use sling ring to cut Thanos arm off....with a portal ⬆️ Strange tried using the portal to the mirror dimension - Thanos used the space stone to shatter the mirror dimension and collapse it into a black hole. Strange tried to cut off Thanos arm with the Sword of Vishanti. He caught it with this bare hand., -> Use time stone to freeze time, reverse time advance time on Thanos. ⬆️ Thanos has the space stone and can move without time - or freeze all movement for eternity regardless of time (as he does to Loki). He has the reality stone and can create a pocket reality where there is no time. He has the power stone and can shield his body against attempts to manipulate time. (time would change for everything around him - but not him) -> Separate his soul from his astral form - like the Ancient one did to Banner. ⬆️ Thanos, has the soul stone, and trapped Dr. Strange's astral forms inside his body - Thanos not Strange controls the spiritual realm and with it, life and death - so mooting - actually the entire discussion, but let's continue anyway... ->Cut off his head with Stormbreaker. ⬆️ Any harm done to Thanos or the Gauntlet - can be reversed in time by the time stone. *In fact this is what happens,* since the Gauntlet not only reverses out of Thanos chest, but the damage to his chest and clothes is undone at the end of Infinity War. ⬆️ Any harm done to Thanos in 'this' reality is mooted by the fact that Thanos exists in multiple realities - and multiple points in space at the same time. *This is why Gamora could not kill him.* "Reality is what I want it to be" - Thanos. ⬆️ Any harm done to Thanos body - is mooted by the fact that his consciousness survives via the soul stone. Thanos control of the spiritual realm allows him to cast your spirit (Dr. Strange, Thor or anyone else) into purgatory and possess your body with his spirit. Even if you could destroy his body completely - you've accomplished nothing so long as he commands the soul world. Yes you can always have Thanos be *too stupid* to intelligently use the stones, but then CinemaSins is really deconstructing its own stupidity - accidentally. (which is exactly what many of you end up doing) Dr. Strange was right. His tactic, as painful though it was, and as far over the heads of CinemaSins as it apparently still is....was the only way.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • Here is a different question? Can you write the film so that Thanos effectively choses not to use the Infinity Stones to defeat the Avengers but effectively allows them to kill him? (this is basically what all the fan fiction does - it exploits the fact that the fan fic writer doesn't understand the stones anyway - so it's easy to write stories where *ant man explodes inside Thanos butt lol* ) Sure, anything goes... But in fact - Thanos does eliminate the stones, and then *allows* the Avengers to kill him - for his own reasons. Of course this doesn't give the audience the satisfaction of revenge, because they realize that the Avengers didn't really win. *This is the REAL reason why the audience wants a rematch in the 1st place!*. *Nor would they have...ever.* Which is of course why the AVENGERS don't want a rematch. Effectively the characters are behaving as if they are actually living the events. Whereas CinamaSins are just lazy film viewers who have lost the plot.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • thanos : kills 50 percent of all living things the very few trees and endangered animals : ADIOS global warming : still here

    Anonymous BlankAnonymous BlankVor 2 Tage
    • I guess not. Well that was easy. 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • So apparently you don't understand how global warming works?

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • I think they should have pointed out the fact that Hulk didn't give a thought about people like Vision, who died just while fighting Thanos. Poor Wanda got screwed over.

    Vance NeumannVance NeumannVor 2 Tage
    • You too. 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme Thank you have a nice life

      Vance NeumannVance NeumannVor 2 Tage
    • *How ad hominem whining works.* -> Person makes flawed argument. -> Flaws in argument are pointed out by others. -> Person cannot defend flawed argument. -> Person begins complaining 'about those' who pointed out flaws in their argument. -> The goal is to distract attention from the flaws in their argument which of course *will never* be addressed, because....they *can't* address them. -> Finally the person strikes poses, and ends the conversation because they are 'offended' by criticism. (again just another form of ad hominem) If you've ever seen a Donald Trump press conference- you will get a master class on ad hominem whining to distract attention from an inability to answer the questions. 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • re: an directed against a person rather than the position they are maintaining. ⬆️ Correct. My comments are specifically pointing out errors in your position. Your response does not address these errors. Instead you try to deflect by discussing "me". 🤣 And that is the only example of an ad hominem in this discussion. Thanks.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme ad ho·mi·nem /ˌad ˈhämənəm/ adjective (of an argument or reaction) directed against a person rather than the position they are maintaining. Don't you try to tell me I don't know what I'm talking about without checking your facts first. This conversation IS over.

      Vance NeumannVance NeumannVor 2 Tage
  • *Fan service* is not always compatible with good storytelling. Left up to some fans - Cap would not get old, and would not have decided to marry Peggy. He stays young and comes back. That means Bucky and Sam are still his sidekicks. Maybe we can bring the red skull back too. Now Cap with sidekicks Bucky and Sam can chase the Red Skull. 🤣 Wow, great writing there guys. It's toxic fans who kill characters, stories and Universes because they attempt to trap the story at whatever point they were comfortable with it. Any writer worth his salt can immediately see that if you don't let Cap move on - then Bucky and Sam can never grow. Trying to have Cap repeat his story ad nauseam - suffocates the story of Bucky and Sam. Likewise trying to fan fiction Cap giving Bucky the shield is pure B$, that aborts the real story of how his character deals with the legacy of Hydra - which includes innocent people that he has murdered, a brain washing which he may/may not ever be able to be fully free of, and a country - the United States - which reviles him as a murderer and terrorist. *This is his real and compelling and unpredictable story.* Not - i'm still the side kick for Captain America, or i'm Captain America now..... both of which are like a little kids wish fantasies given that they are not really following the story or understanding the characters to begin with, and likely never will.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
    • CinemaSins - is the scared kid who wants to stay in Kindergarten forever, because they are afraid of the bigger kids they see in 1st grade. lol

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 2 Tage
  • Red Skull being the one overseeing the Soul stone makes so much sense. The stone requires you to sacrifice something that you love to obtain. Red Skull has never loved anything, therefor has nothing to sacrifice, making him the perfect overseer of the stone. I love it.

    Kyle EvansKyle EvansVor 3 Tage
    • EXACTLY. He is in a purgatory perfectly suited to him.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • *CinemaSins Everything Wrong with God.* God is a simp. God could just make unlimited everything, and all good with no evil, all life and no death! DING 😂 God prefers good to evil. Yet has created a universe of good and evil. God created life - and yet everything that lives must die - *per God's design* There *is* a balance between life and death. It is the case that on Earth and (fictitious) Titan civilization has sought to end death. Humans seek to conquer death. By definition that effort does upset "God's" natural order. The optimist sees nothing wrong in attempting to conquer death. The nihilist sees nothing wrong with death. *Death is as fundamental to existence as life* A CinemaSins viewer has likely never considered philosophy - and that's fine, but you would *lose* any such battle with Thanos - who clearly has.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
    • Look - it's a fun comic book derived story about a purple space alien - but if you are going to take it seriously - then the obligation to make sense about it is 1st on you, and only then can you discuss the film in that context. IE -> Can't bring up serious topics and then crawl back to the shallow water - *when you can't hack it.*

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
    • In a metaphysical philosophical death struggle over the nature of existence: *CinemaSins - is an UNARMED man.* You can barely even get your minds around the issue - much less fight over it.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • Thanos literally could’ve just made their reality and resources limitless to prevent all of this

    GhostGhostVor 3 Tage
    • CinemaSins Everything Wrong with God. God is a simp. God could just make unlimited everything, and all good with no evil, all life and no death! *DING* 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
    • So could God. Why didn't s(he)? Have to bring your adult brain to philosophical issues such as nihilism vs. optimism or spiritualism vs. materialism.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • Captain America putting back the stones is the biggest sin... Wish they could make a stand-alone movie for captain America like "Captain America - infinity war "

    Guru PraveenGuru PraveenVor 3 Tage
    • So the sin is that they don't make another movie? Some sin. The real sin is when you don't care and don't want to see anything related to a story again - ever. That's what happens - with most films. lol

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • "how did the story of Thanos looking for infinity stones elude you in your travels" that is worth an "infinity" of sins buddy. You are growing soft, you know... There is no way in hell that this scenario is even possible. All worlds would immediately go after Thanos the moment they knew what is he up to. Decimating planet by planet. Rememer WW1 and WW2 ? No ? ... worst plot I have ever seen. well, maybe second worst. Game of thrones is probably worse... in the end

    Raging VoiceRaging VoiceVor 3 Tage
    • "Rememer WW1 and WW2" ⬆️ You obviously don't. (US only enters WWII after Pearl Harbor is attacked - did little to nothing to stop Hitler before this) This site is a den of imbeciles. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
    • Actually you don't know what you're talking about and neither does Jeremy. *Go back and watch Infinity War again.* No one knows the full story about Thanos seeking the Infinity Stones other than Gamora. Even when Thor is found by the Guardians - Gamora explains Thanos plans to Thor. *He didn't know.* There is no reason to expect Captain Marvel to know, and no reason to think she can do anything about Thanos even if she does. Thanos has conquered entire worlds and all their heroes. He isn't just a villian - he rules an intergalactic empire. *He already had the mind stone before Avengers 1* He gave it to Loki just to have him conquer the Earth and then acquire other stones. The Avengers didn't even understand that Thanos sent Loki until Banner told them in Infinity War. Even Dr. Strange didn't know. You guys just absolutely suck at film reviewing. You have low attention span, and poor critical thinking. You can't sin anything because you lack even the ability to review a film or book - at a high school level.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • So did anyone else notice that in the part where Cap says the most satisfying line ever (18:50) the sound of then removing a sin goes but they don’t remove a sin?

    Anthony SchenemanAnthony SchenemanVor 3 Tage
  • *Character ages and the weird psychology of toxic fans* 27 year old Tobey Maguire playing high school Peter Parker was ridiculous. Yet not only did audiences accept it, but it created a weird sense of delusion and expectation around the character - who *never* looks or acts his age in those films. When introduced in Civil War - Tom Holland's SpiderMan is a 15 year old kid, who has powers, but no experience, and so no real confidence. When he gets into the fights with the other heroes he is actually allowed to be scared out of his mind. Finally in Infinity War - he is allowed to be afraid to die. "I don't want to go." Yes he's scared. He's a child, dying in his father's arms - his father, who is unable to protect him. Naturally toxic fans can't accept this teenage character who actually behaves like what he is. *They want to see 30 year old Tobey Maguire from SpiderMan 2. - acting like an experienced and fearless superhero - never mind that he is still supposed to be a teenager.* The point is - learn how to follow the story you're in. Don't project comic books or other versions of the story on to what you're watching as the results would make no sense. Having SpiderMan of Civil War and Infinity War act like Tobey Maguire in SpiderMan 2 would not only make little sense, but it would take something that was already broken (the ridiculousness of an obvious grown man playing a boy) in the original SpiderMan films and make it even worse.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • bro. when he said that and his wife could've flown into ' nose or ear and then just explode his head. .

    Adrian BarretoAdrian BarretoVor 4 Tage
    • Hope is not Scott's wife. You obviously can't explode thru impenetrable matter just because you're small. Understood that it's supposed to be funny - but it's not - if you take it seriously. The funny part is how CinemaSins can't even follow simple plot points like who is/is not married, or understand physics at even a school kid level. The dumbest guy in the class runs around correcting 'sins'. That's funny. 😄

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
  • Like i said in the other video lmao why say bad things about a billion dollar movie just so you can make money? its not that easy for film directors and producers to make these movies might i add bashing people creations dosent do anything so like *bruh*

    Amyr BrooksAmyr BrooksVor 4 Tage
  • I loved how I heard Jeremy say "YES!" instead of Thor screaming his head off.

    Quang-Long DinhQuang-Long DinhVor 4 Tage
  • *I hate fat depressed Thor that they made fun of!* 😡 Thor Ragnorok - the entire film played out as a brilliant tragic comedy. Including even the destruction of Asgard, which is played both seriously and for laughs. Dark Comedy or tragic comedy requires a sophisticated audience. Some folks can't hack it and there's no point trying to teach duality of sensibility to a moron. (A guy called Bill Shakespeare was fond of tragic comedy - and had the same problem with some audiences, his work still does.) Which brings me to....why some hate bro Thor: What was weak was when Thor had no tragedy and no comedy. (pre Taika Waititi/Russo brothers) He was simply a one dimensional self serious bore, fan-boy-crushed on by little boys and middle aged slackers. But the result were the MCU's weakest and least successful films. Yet it soothed the fragile egos of fan boys, who really want video game avatars, not characters with emotional or psychological complexity. This was the Thor they wanted to pretend to be. Naturally they subliminally *resent* finally seeing something of themselves in the character. (the only Thor they could possibly ever be) Chris Hemsworth says that Endgame is his favorite Thor role to date: He was ready to quit after Thor II. Sorry but.... *Any actor* would choose Russo and Taika (tragic/comic/Shakespeare) Thor over "Shakespeare in the Park" Thor that Tony Stark mocked in Avengers 1. Toxic fans view *actors as the problem.* 😂 Actors ruin characters! Who knew? The problem with 'that' Thor is that he had the stilted language and corny costumes- but lacked all the wit and humanity. No one believed that character - *and no one cared.*

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
    • Farewell Morons! - 😎

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • Missed sin opportunity: It’s been 5 years. Was Pepper pregnant before they went to kill Thanos? And that child does not in any way look 5. 7 at least. Cast your f*king movie appropriately, please! *ding*

    Not a MemeNot a MemeVor 4 Tage
    • CinemaSins - can't even count to 5. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 3 Tage
    • Yes she was pregnant - before they went to kill Thanos. That was established in Infinity War - so you missed it. *ding* The actress was born in 2012 and Endgame was shot in 2017 so she was the same age as character. *ding* Next time do your research before you make a fool of yourself. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • Oh how about, the gang with Captain Marvel Time travels to Thanos ship and kill him right there, would’ve save more lives too.

    Andriod KhanAndriod KhanVor 4 Tage
    • Boooo..... "Changing the past doesn't change the future" - Hulk.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • *Teaching CinemaSins how to tell time* 😂 TONY: Instead of pushing Lang thru time, you were pushing time through Lang. It’s dangerous. I probably should’ve cautioned you against it. STEVE You did. ⬆️ Clearly CinemaSins does not know what this means. It simply whooshes over your heads, so you ignore it. Don't worry..... *You've got help.* ⬇️

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
    • *But* - When Lang says.... SCOTT LANG *Somebody peed my pants.* *I don’t know if it was baby-me or old-me. Or just me-me.* ⬆️ ....it proves that he *does* remember! Of course he does, this happened to him *today.* At the end of the scene Scott has been returned to the present and his confused memory works like his. -> At 12PM i'm a man -> At 12:01 i'm a boy -> At 12:02 i'm an old man -> At 12:03 i'm a baby -> At 12:04 i'm a man again, and i'm so confused that I peed my pants and i'm not clear on whether this was at 12, or 12:01, 12:02, 12:03, or 12:04. Scotts time-stamp is now 12:05 - and he remembers *everything* that occurred *today* up until this very moment. 😂 When he is a baby his time time stamp is several decades earlier - he does *not* remember anything that happened *today* or in any of his post baby years as those years have not happened to him yet.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
    • Send the person back thru time - and they go back in time and remember everything, while the Universe remembers nothing. Send time thru the person and the Universe remembers all - and their life has been erased so they remember nothing. Baby Scott can't speak - for the exact same reasons that the original baby Scott couldn't speak. *He does not have an adult brain.* He never learned how to speak. He does *not* have neural connections for non existent brain cells for non existent memories which have never happened to him. Steve does not want his mind wiped (like Winter Soldier) - for what? There is a way to make babies - which would give essentially the same result - and it does not involve time travel. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • Oh and add one more sin if they can turn ant man back into a baby why can’t they turn captain America back into..... captain America and because it’s moving time throw people they could even bring some one back to life so why is iron man still floating in that box

    Chuckaroo 123Chuckaroo 123Vor 4 Tage
    • I don’t think you guys even know how to tell time - with a Mickey Mouse watch. No wonder you hate time travel so much. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
    • This isn’t a sin, and it isn’t original. It’s been debunked a dozen times just like the rest of the lameness that is CinemaSins discussants failure to understand a film. From Tony Stark: *Sending time thru people - instead of people thru time is dangerous, someone might have cautioned you against it.* Steve Rogers responds: *You did.* When you send time thru the person you are erasing that persons life. The baby in the scene you mentioned for example - can’t talk - of course it can’t - because it never learned how. Steve would never want his life erased and reset. It’s immoral, insane, and stupid. Like CinemaSins. Sin yourself, and think a little bit harder about what you write in the future.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • Ok fair enough for all of this and usually I will get this is basically a meme channel but how are you put down hawk guy he is the coolest

    Chuckaroo 123Chuckaroo 123Vor 4 Tage
  • Did anyone else notice Natasha" Romanova’s hair. First movie it was fully red, then all blonde and now in End Game it’s Red that turns blonde at the bottom. Just a bit symbolic you think.

    Christian KnightChristian KnightVor 4 Tage
  • why do ppl like this poo? even the 90's power rangers seem more realistic

    priv1legedpriv1legedVor 4 Tage
    • To an idiot, power rangers is more realistic than Saving Private Ryan. People don't like Power Rangers because the story, acting and FX is horrible, not because it's not not realistic: www.rottentomatoes.com/m/mighty_morphin_power_rangers_the_movie Realism is not the basis for successful fantasy - so your post is an *unrealistic* pile of poo that makes no point in contention. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • *MacGuffins, Maltese Falcons and Motherboxes* "MacGuffin is usually revealed in the first act, and thereafter declines in importance. It can reappear at the climax of the story but may actually be forgotten by the end of the story." Motherbox and Ring of Power from DCU and LOTR are good example of MacGuffins. If you are literally asked to describe their logical function in the story - the answer is - who cares? It's not really important to understanding the story. It's laughably said of Justice League that it's about Steppen Wolf's mommy issues, whatever those may be. 😂 The thing is - the Infinity Stones are not really MacGuffins - even though the writer McFeely refers to them that way. Or -if they are MacGuffins they are really *bad* ones. A good MacGuffin should eventually be forgotten about after setting the story in motion. It should also be simple, and not invite too much theory crafting. But the Infinity Stones have specific function, there are *six* of them, and they are not only key to the plot mechanics but also the overall themes of the film, and they are *metaphysical* and non trivial. CinemaSins doesn't understand the Infinity Stones - at all. And unfortunately without understanding them - you can't really understand the film. Unlike Maltese Falcon - which has the best MacGuffin ever, because the very pointlessness of the MacGuffin imparts the meaning of the futility of avarice and greed.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • *Why are they talking in the middle of a battle?* Funny thing is - in a deleted scene there is tons of this nonsense - which they left out precisely because it destroys any actual tension in the battle. When 'fans' saw the deleted scene naturally they complained about all the 'good stuff' that was missing from the theatrical release. It's clear that all exposition in the final battle is reduced to what is vital from a narrative/thematic and character pov. 1) Stark needs to see that Peter (basically his son in the MCU) is alright, this will factor into his decision - and it is the last chance for Peter to see his 'dad'. 2) The audience needs to see Gamora *reject* Quill to reinforce for the audience that this is *not* the Gamora from Guardians of the Galaxy. Has to be done narratively because the audience wants badly to believe this story has a happy ending, which it doesn't, and likely won't in GOTG3. Notice 'needs' to see, not wants to see. Needs is storytelling. Wants is often fan service. 3) We need to see Dr. Strange and Iron Man 'spar' verbally. This reminds us that what is happening here is a part of a strategy. This is what finally explains *why* things happened the way they did in Infinity War. We also need to see that Dr. Strange does not know, and cannot control the outcome. He can only lead things to the point where Tony makes a choice of his own free will. I've said before the filmmaking here is just better than LOTR - Return of the King - for example, which has all kinds of flab and fan service, and never for once convinces you that any of the plot armored characters are in any danger from the mass of completely anonymous red shirt villains they are fighting.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • *MCU-2023* - sports stadiums are empty, why? DING *Covid-19* - oh.....never mind. 🤣

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 4 Tage
  • 20:11 a comical answer to your question is because Josh Brolin trained to prevent that threat...... well maybe only the “anal” possibility. instagram.com/p/BvkbvZSAFq9/?igshid=ds6ock5xhh7a

    SnK4228SnK4228Vor 4 Tage
  • Its funny how dumb you are

    Rolando TolentinoRolando TolentinoVor 5 Tage
  • the movie and the society is kinda same where people thought the people that vanished died.

    Youtube. comYoutube. comVor 5 Tage
  • Does anyone else just watch CinemaSins to watch movies u like again but quickly

    Pierce DuhePierce DuheVor 5 Tage
  • *Have Banner snap again - and bring back Tony!* 🤣

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
    • ^ Do you really want Banner to risk his life and lose his other arm 😱, in order to try to bring Tony Back to life? Do you think that's what Tony would want? That's pretty sad, but fine, here is the end result: Banner, if he lives has now permanently lost both arms - and Tony -----> *is still dead.* Tony sacrificed himself to the Soul Stone - the whole point of his character arc, the theme of the film, the mechanics of the Gauntlet are all to the effect that Tony falls on the Grenade [like Cap was always bent on doing]. *He has specifically sacrificed himself to save everyone else.* As with Natasha: "It can't be undone." Therefore: Banner can't bring back Tony for the same reason that he couldn't bring back Natasha. "I tried, i really tried" - Banner The logic of the film is as follows... -> Thanos sacrifice Gamora -> Banner sacrifice Natasha -> Tony sacrifice *himself.* There is no snap without sacrifice. There is no cheating or loophole around it. [where someone else takes care of the sacrifice so you don't have to] That's why Tony chose this path to begin with. There was no other way. *CinemaSins subscribers are just being little 👶 babies about it.* Which is ironic, because the film can handle death, but you can't.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • Did you not get enough attention as a child? I feel like you didn't. 3 sins for that.

    Immortal_50Immortal_50Vor 5 Tage
  • 2:38 "I don't know what I'm gonna do, if it doesn't." Go back to the Fantastic four ?

    Filthy BastardFilthy BastardVor 5 Tage
    • Chris Evans: Or Knives out, or SnowPiercer....meanwhile Jeremy can't even parody films properly, much less star in or write them. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • *Hello McCinemaSins!* Helllloooo!? Anybody home? Several different idiots keep trying to sin the scene where Banner interacts with the Ancient One- because he interacts with the magic constructs of the ancient one, representing the time stone. But the Ancient One is interacting with Banner's sub conscious while his physical body (Professor Hulk) is lying on the ground. She separated his body from his sub conscious or astral form. So yes...his mind *can* interact freely with her mind. Helllo!? But no one can interact with CinemaSins mind if its brain is broken. 🤣 *Like class clowns, they try to convince themselves that they are smart and the filmmakers are dumb, when the exact opposite is the case.*

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • Steve: I don't know what I'll do if it doesn't work. Jeremy: *Go back to the Fantastic 4?*

    abitextraabitextraVor 5 Tage
    • "First of all, I'm not a comedian" ⬆️ Agreed.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme First of all, I'm not a comedian. And I was talking about Steve Rogers/Johnny Storm, NOT Chris Evans.

      abitextraabitextraVor 5 Tage
    • That's what all bad comedians say. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme I feel like you didn't get the joke.

      abitextraabitextraVor 5 Tage
    • Chris: Or Knives out, or SnowPiercer....meanwhile you can't even *parody* films properly, much less star in or write them. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • Sin Count 71: Perhaps you did not notice that when Nebula tries to bring Thanos into the future, her hand is covered with some kind of a cloth to hide the non-damage.. // There's more of stuff you missed but I'm not gonna bother, this one was just a bit too obvious.

    Amer HodzicAmer HodzicVor 5 Tage
    • Correct. His video was really sloppy and made more mistakes than most of the films he parodies. The sites discussants are even worse. They are trying to find errors in films, but they are often too dense to understand the simplest things. Or they are lazy dumb and base their critiques on Jeremy's out of context clips since they forgot or never saw the film.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 5 Tage
  • Question right now. Would it really be that bad if Thanos snapped away half of living things? Either you're alive with 3.5 billion people left on the Earth which is amazing, or you die fast enough to where your brain can't even comprehend what's happening? I don't know about you all, but I would take that coin flip any day of the week.

    Dickie GamingDickie GamingVor 6 Tage
  • *Moral Intelligence* Morally intelligent films pose interesting questions which test a viewer’s value system. Endgame is such a film. But CinemaSins mostly wallows at a level beneath engagement of any intelligent moral or philosophical issue. The questions: *If you could change the past, do you even have a right to?* Some have argued that Tony is *selfish* because he doesn’t want to erase his daughters past 5 years, by resetting time. He tells Professor Hulk: “don’t change anything from the past 5 years...just bring everyone back, to now” But actually the desire to erase the past 5 years - is what is morally selfish. This would mean that billions of beings - born in the last 5 years would be erased and would never exist. Taking time back 5 years itself - is just another form of what Thanos originally did. It’s genocide. Partly due to a lack or moral intelligence, and partly due to a lack of ability to understand the logic of time - CinemaSins doesn’t get this.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Tage
  • 19:24 it's actually not stupid because they didn't know for sure if they were gonna beat Thanos, so they had to get the stones back to make sure that they got the stones back to their original timeline so no branch timelines get involved

    Dark_Dinosaur YTDark_Dinosaur YTVor 6 Tage
    • Correct. With perfect execution of their plan they put the stones back at the instant they got them, meaning chronologically it never happened. Then the timelines reconverge so there are no branch timelines. Of course this is not the way it happened and that's the reason why The universe is still in peril. The longer this goes on the greater the danger becomes. So Professor Hulk is right in terms of the Avengers objectives. CinemaSins is being way too dumb to understand this film.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Tage
  • 20:06 No, thanos wouldn’t explode into meat He is a grape, so he explodes into pieces of grape.

    Cheesy BeansCheesy BeansVor 6 Tage
    • lol. Except Thanos is invulnerable and antman is just a man the size of a bug and would be squashed accordingly. 🤣

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Tage
  • *CinemaSins doesn't get what Tony does when he says - he solved - time travel.* CinemaSins apparently thinks the space/time GPS is the time machine, which Tony invents by himself. It's not. -> The Quantum Tunnel becomes the time machine because space/time vortexes exist within the Quantum Realm, which is another dimension of existence altogether. -> Banner figures out how to connect Scott to the vortexes and send him backwards and forwards in time. -> Tony anticipates the problem with this, (sending time thru people instead of people thru time) and solves that specific problem thru engineering, like the genius he is. But Tony doesn't know how to isolate Pym particles, and he didn't build the original Quantum Tunnel, or Quantum suits. Hank Pym did. Nor did he discover the time vortexes, Dr. Janet Van Dyne did. Nor did he experience the time vortexes and intuit that it could be turned into a time machine - this was Scotts idea and Tony was skeptical. Nor does he find a way to connect a traveler to the vortexes within the Quantum Realm, reverse time on them, and then bring them back to the present unharmed, that was Professor Hulk's absolute win! 😎 When Hawkeye completes the 1st 100% successful experiment they are using... -> Pym's Quantum tunnel (the time machine), Pym particles and suits, Banner's programming, and interface, with Tony's GPS, and based on Dr. Van Dyne's scientific discoveries, which Banner and Lang validated.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Tage
  • *Majority of 'sins' are direct and indirect variations on same CinemaSins mistake* -> Why does Tony and Nat die? -> Why does Cap grow old? -> Why is Thor depressed? -> Why is Banner no longer Smash Hulk? *The answer is because this is a film that has consequences and stakes.* Most of these films really don't.

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Tage
    • For example - in DC based films Batman and Superman and Joker and Lex Luther have plot armor.... forever. Consequently nothing really happens. Even in the Nolan trilogy - what really happens to Batman/Joker? Nothing. You would easily resume with a 4th film where Joker escapes from Arkham asylum... *again* and Bruce Wayne then comes back to Gotham. There is only an illusion of narrative and character arc. This is secretly what some 'fans' want. *They want nothing.* Same with LOTR trilogy. It has perhaps the most illogical big battles ever fought. In the final fight the heroes allow themselves to be surrounded, then promptly begin to trash talk, while we cutaway and back again. This goes on for more the 5 minutes of screen time, until the heroes charge into an army that surrounds them. *They still win and none of them are hurt in any way.* This is considered classic, because it gives the audience the happy ending they want. George RR Martin essentially created Game Of Thrones as a polite way of calling B$ on Tokien's Lord Of the Rings. (of which he is nonetheless a huge fan I should note) So... *no* the Avengers could not easily solve the film - by - using time stone to bring back the dead, or body snatching dead folks out of alternate timelines, or cutting Thanos hand or head off. *That's what would happen in all the other action films - based on plot armor enforced happy endings, which deserve 1 million sins.* CinemaSins - sins - are themselves, *sins.*

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Tage
  • I hate this 3000

    Bruh_moment420Bruh_moment420Vor 7 Tage
  • You forgot a sin Stark and nebula playing flick football in space

    SaimaSaimaVor 7 Tage
    • CinemaSins doesn't understand double entendre. *DING*

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 6 Tage
  • “Go back to fantastic 4” 😂😂😂

    Kaya 222Kaya 222Vor 7 Tage
    • Knives Out. 😂 😂 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
  • He messes up one of the sins kinda The whole baseball thing remember thanos wipes out Half the life in the universe that didn’t mean that half of every planets life was killed there could potentially be only like a thousand people left on earth since it didn’t say we can’t really know

    Alpha PackAlpha PackVor 7 Tage
    • The idea that the number of people on the planet directly tells us about baseball stadiums being full or empty is goofy to begin with. Baseball stadiums have been largely empty all summer long. Stadiums are also empty most of time time even mid season. The assumption that the stadium should be crowded is just dumb, period.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
  • *The time stone* “Mordo: Temporal manipulations can create branches in time. Unstable dimensional openings. Spacious paradoxes! Time loops!!! You want to get stuck reliving the same moment over, and over, forever, or never having existed at all? You weren’t manipulating the space-time continuum, you were wrecking it. *We do not tamper with natural law. We defend it.”* ⬆️ One of the requirements of using the time stone is to understand the logic of time. For example: Understand that in Dr. Strange - he does not loop Dormammu in time - he loops *himself.* The action is - upon my death - reset to this moment. This is done before Dormammu is present on the scene. Logically it is nothing to do with Dormammu. He only ends up looping due to causality. He is the *cause* of Dr. Strange’s death. To undo Strange’s death - is to undo Dormammu killing him. Dormammu comes from a dimension without time. He offers the misled Sorcerers the ‘gift’ of immortality. The *genius* of Dr. Strange’s action is that he turns Dormammu’s power of eternity against him. *It’s a super sophisticated scene, not fully understood by many who site it.* If they understood this they would better understand the time stone in Infinity War and Endgame. They would understand that you can’t use the time stone to make Tony Alive again - you are just creating a loop where you take the TimeStone from Tony’s dead body, then give it right back to him, because in fact the act of taking it from him is exactly what you just reversed. Once he has the time stone again - he is still dead of course so you *cannot make him alive again in this way.* LikeWise - the notion of going back in time to when Thanos has all the stones and is now *unbeatable* [stated flatly by Tony at beginning of Endgame], to take the stones from him becomes completely laughable. Kill Thanos, cut off arm, cut off head, all equally futile as whatever you do would be reversed. The notion that Thanos won’t do this because he won’t be prepared for it- is even *dumber.* He has the time stone - he has seen his future. You are not going to surprise him. This is a genius level character obsessed with fulfilling his destiny and who now has the time stone to *see the future,* and the mind stone whereby to know it. *All CinemaSins ever does is mirror their own stupidity, because they don’t think about any of his and therefore neither do any of the characters in their fan fiction.* CinemaSins can’t understand Baron Mordo’s warnings on time because there is an intelligence gap. CinemaSins, can’t even follow the logic of why Peter’s friends are still in school, so, good luck with causality and temporal paradox. 😂

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
  • Wait cap should be dead because he killed his past self

    Train FanaticTrain FanaticVor 7 Tage
    • Cap doesn’t kill has past self (lazy film viewing) and wouldn’t be dead anyway even if he did. *Changing the past doesn’t change the future.* It’s like CinemaSins is learning disabled. 😂

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
  • I feel like it would’ve been appropriate for a “they survive this” moment when thanos’s ship bombs the f*ck out the avengers headquarters

    Nicholas WiesingNicholas WiesingVor 7 Tage
    • This film has the best strategies and tactics and most grounded consequences of any superhero film. It just all goes over the heads of CinemaSins. It's always so obvious that you guys don't get it, and then get frustrated when your mistakes of *lazy film watching* are pointed out.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
    • Of course they survive - they are the Avengers. 😎 Thanos isn't trying to nuke the place. His ship could destroy the whole planet if that were the goal. His goal is to separate the Avengers from the stones, and then pull Thor to him. [that's why he waits for Thor - and note that sure enough - Thor goes right out to meet him - but to his credit *waits* for Tony and Steve to back him up before taking Thanos bait] Now with the only threat [as Thanos sees it] baited away from the stones - Nebula can wade right in and snatch the stones. They would never suspect. *He needs to not - kill Nebula in the attack, and he needs to not so devastate the building that you can't find the stones.* Finally the Avengers *only survive* because Hulk prevents the building from collapsing on them. The building burning and collapsing is the main reason why people inside a [fortified] building die from external explosions - that's what killed most of the folks who died on 9/11 - 19 years ago almost to this day.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
  • Thanos: Impossible This guy: Thanos would be excellent at CinemaSins. °Ding°

    Michael BlackMichael BlackVor 7 Tage
  • *Smart Endgame continues to destroy not-so-bright CinemaSins.*

    Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
    • "I feel kinda bad, you spent like what seems like an hour writing sentences only for nobody to even notice." I feel bad for you, because you apparently consider yourself to be a nobody. 🤷‍♀️

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme Get a hobby or something

      KickspamKickspamVor 7 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme I feel kinda bad, you spent like what seems like an hour writing sentences only for nobody to even notice it... or even care

      KickspamKickspamVor 7 Tage
    • *How to understand what the Infinity Stones are.* Pay attention to the film and don't be an idiot. 🤣 In Infinity War when the Guardians fight Thanos - you see Gamora kill him with her magic sword which was given to her by Thanos. He is stabbed thru heart and his throat is slit. He *bleeds out* on the ground until he is dead. *But then he's not dead? How is this possible?* Thanos then explains what he just did: *Reality is whatever I want it to be.* We then see Starlord fire his blaster at Gamora. The result is not a gun-blast. The result is bubbles. These things happen because Thanos controls reality. *It is not an illusion.* If it were an illusion than Starlord would think his gun fired bubbles but *in reality* he still would have fired his energy blast and *Gamora would be dead.* Thanos is controlling reality - not just creating illusions. Illusion is actually a trick on the mind and best related to the mind stone - as was shown repeatedly in Avengers, and Age of Ultron with Wanda who has mind stone related powers. Later in the film Thor tries to kill Thanos with Stormbreaker, but we see that Thanos snaps anyway, then the Stormbreaker reverses out of his chest and falls to the ground as he teleports away. When we next see Thanos - there is no damage from Stormbreaker, because the timestone reverses the damage. The only thing that can harm an Infinite Gauntlet powered Thanos is the Infinity Stones. Stormbreaker was made to *kill Thanos* not defeat the Infinity Gauntlet. When Thor set out to get Stormbreaker Thanos had only 2 stones. His real problem as not about going for the head, it was about the fact that he was simply too late. Once Thanos controls time - Thor can't kill him for the *same reason that Dormamu could not kill Dr. Strange* , plus other reasons, which we will discuss later. The point is: *The Guardians tried to kill Thanos but couldn't because he had the reality stone and reality is what he wants it to be. Thor tried to kill him but couldn't because the time stone reverses damage done by Stormbreaker, which is why the damage is gone at the end of the film.* You can't understand the film if you don't understand the scenes in the film showing you what the Infinity Stones do.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
    • "Why not go back to when Thanos has the stones and take them?" This comment is oft repeated, despite its staggering stupidity. 🤣 So let's remediate.... 1) The Avengers goal is to get the stones from the past, and return them to when they got them so that -> "chronologically speaking it is as if they never left". Per this suggestion the Avengers actual plan would have to be to take the stones from Thanos...... and then give them back. (!) 😱 There is goal is *not* to create alternate realities with unknowable outcome. Of course they do anyway, accidently - that's what the final act of the film is about. *You mess with time, time messes back.* CinemaSins can't even *tell* time, much less make recommendations on how to mess with it. 2) The Avengers goal is specifically *not* to fight Thano again. This is stated by IronMan - *There was no fight....he's unbeatable.* You might want them to go back and fight Thanos again, because your thinking 7 year olds reading comic books. No sane adult would intentionally advise this. Case is... - You fought Thanos and lost. He destroyed 1/2 of all life in the Universe. You're only even alive because he allowed you to live. The one saving grace is that now he is dead. *You don't want to time travel to the past effectively bring the devil back to life.* No one would. This ideas only contains the logic that the plot armored characters would win the second battle due to plot armor. Fan fiction at its worst. 3) The goal is this suggestion is supposed to be to make 'easier' to get the stones. Well it's definitely not easy if Thanos already has them, at which point he is.... a) Immortal (soul stone) b) All seeing (space stone) c) All knowing (mind stone) d) Eternal (time stone: ie - sees and knows all- of past present AND future) e) All Powerful f) Controls reality (This is relevant because your strategy goes back to an alternate reality, to a point in time, and a point in space - all of which he absolutely controls) ------------------------------------------------------------------- It's very clear that the 3rd point goes completely over the heads of much of CinemaSins - they do not even seem to be able to understand what the stones do. Even though the films have shown them. Which brings me to.....

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
  • The biggest fuckup is with Thanos. A 2014 (Guardians vol.1)Thanos travels to 2020 by the help of still-evil Nebula. And he dies in 2020, which means he cannot come back, which that none of the stories AFTER beginning of GoG1 that were driven by Thanos do not happen. Also, you need to have a GPS to navigate through the quantum realm. Evil-Nebula has one from the Good-Nebula, but the ship itself does not and Nebula has no way of navigating that ship to 2020 just by trying to select it. If it was that easy, Avengers would just teleport the stones to their timeline ;) The same applies for PYM particle. No way how to shrink Thanos' ship to bring it to 2020.

    Malisman77Malisman77Vor 7 Tage
    • @Summer Tyme Whoa, look, braindead, I made a mistake with 2020. Its supposed to be 5 years after infinity war, so 2023, but that does not change anything. The flaw still remains. You clearly did not watch the film. Because when The Ancient One speaks with Bruce, she specifically says that she will not help him, becuase her timeline will be broken. To which Bruce replies that they will bring the stones back (and they are doing so) BECAUSE they do not want to screw with multiverses and alternate timelines. So please, educate yourself, watch the film and then argue. Because you are making it soo easy to break your arguments.

      Malisman77Malisman77Vor 5 Tage
    • You are screwing up and also do not understand a single thing about this film. 1st: None of this film takes place in 2020. *You can't even tell time correctly,* so how can you comprehend time travel? 🤣 2nd: The time travel in the film is multiverse time travel. That means *changing the past doesn't change the future.* So Thanos from an alternate timeline dying has no effect on the past of the main timeline. *The real reason CinemaSins hates time travel is because they are too dumb to understand it.* All these fake sins are like frustrated screams of r#tarded children.

      Summer TymeSummer TymeVor 7 Tage
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