The first Iron Man movie is fascinating to me because it very precisely follows the conventional “well-meaning but sheltered prince betrayed by evil wizard” arc, except the prince himself is also a wizard. I don’t think I’ve seen that one anywhere else.
Robert Downey Jr. now has a goatee and it sort of works
The Incredible Hulk:
remember that 2003 Hulk film with Jennifer Connelly? this isn't it
Iron Man 2:
He's Back and Very Tired of This Shit
Tell your kid he's adopted and then hibernate to avoid your problems
Captain America The First Avenger:
arguably, could one insert their dick....into the tesseract? asking for a friend
remember loki? ha that wild son of a gun sure loved trying to kill his adopted father. what's he been up to?
Iron Man 3:
Tony Stark Collects Science Kids
Thor The Dark World:
Why do Asgardians have such weird fucking names? Just have a normal name.
Captain America The Winter Soldier:
Just give Natasha Romanoff her own movie already
Guardians of the Galaxy:
Put This Film in the Library of Congress
Avengers Age of Ultron:
Clint Barton has a line in the script!
Paul Rudd is like the hot dad of your friend and it's really obvious but you don't want to say anything about it in case that friend stops inviting you to their house so you sit there at dinner and try not to stare at their hot dad but eventually you just have to say something and then you stop talking to that friend a month later for totally unrelated causes
Captain America Civil War:
Bucky Barnes is not straight part 2
you could have literally cast anybody else in this role and you chose Bendydick Crackrock. other than that, great film
Guardians of the Galaxy 2:
currently still sobbing over this
Tony Stark Continues To Collect Science Kids
The success of Wonder Woman this weekend even impressed John Fithian, National Association of Theatre Owners CEO & President who exclaimed, ““I want to congratulate Patty Jenkins, Gal Gadot and Warner Bros on the terrific opening, but Wonder Woman’s success is everybody’s success. AT NATO, at CinemaCon, we have for years called for diversity in movies that match the diversity of our audiences, not just because it’s a good idea but because it’s good business. What we really look forward to is the day when a movie directed by a woman and telling a woman’s story is no longer news because it was successful – or even that it was produced at all – because such movies should be a matter of routine. We will grow our audiences by telling more stories that tell their stories.”