Yup, very good episode. Great action at the start, lots of impressive character work and good acting performances.Great episode (5), love the bro-chemistry between Sam and Bucky and Wyatt does a great acting job.
The scene with Bradley and Sam was fantastic and heavy.
Yeah it was great but I cringed so hard at the character, so try hard wannabe captain America, think its super interesting and sad at the same timeI loved the reference to the first Iron Man. Instead of a hammer building something great, that sound is completely perverted and sounded creepy as hell. Amazing audio design work.
For me I can pretty much only enjoy a movie in the cinema, when I'm home I can't concentrate on a movie, I can't resist being on my phone all the time. Except when I watch with someone then it is easier. But in the cinema I have no choice but to enjoy the movie.It looks great! I don't usually go to the cinema for non-Avengers MCU films so I hope the theatrical window is much shorter than it used to be. I don't much enjoy the theater experience anymore.
Yeah it should have been longer, I had a great time with the show and I wanted more. I get the feeling that Marvel Studios listened to the criticism that Netflix Marvel shows got for being too long (I believe each had 13 hour-long episodes) and kinda went too far in the opposite direction. Both TFATWS and Wandavision were about six hours in total, credits included, while I believe they would be much more satisfying with eight total hours of runtime.Whaaat it was only six episodes! Really could have used a few more, Falcon becoming Captain just went too fast. But still great episode.
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