tbd movie

someone, pre-cacw: wow i can’t believe they’re making stark Suddenly Care about accountability. that’s so ridiculous and out of character and there’s been zero indication of that in canon

me, in a monotone: “And I saw that I had become part of a system that is comfortable with zero accountability. I had my eyes opened. I came to realize that I had more to offer this world than just making things that blow up. And that is why, effective immediately, I am shutting down the weapons manufacturing division of Stark International”

someone, pre-infinity war: wow i can’t believe they’re making stark Suddenly Concerned about an alien invasion. that’s so ridiculous and out of character and there’s been zero indication of that in canon

me, in a monotone, now physically on fire: “A hostile alien army came charging through a hole in space. We’re standing 300 feet below it. We’re the Avengers. We can bust arms dealers all the live-long day, but that up there? That’s the endgame. How were you guys planning on beating that?”

imagine your otp buying a house together and the first few weeks are great and nothing out of the ordinary happens but once they are settled in and the “wow our first place together” excitement dies down, they start hearing strange noises and things mysteriously go missing then one night, one of them never comes home from work and the other starts smelling rotting meat and wow, they find their love’s lifeless body rotting in the attic because ghosts and demons and stuff

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ANYWAY, STEVE ROGERS IS ACTUALLY STILL ALIVE & WELL AND A TACTICAL GENIUS, AND THE PIECE OF THE PUZZLE RE: CACW THAT I WAS MISSING IS THAT MARVEL WAS ACTUALLY 100% BANKING ON CEVANS’ ACTING TO CONVINCE ME THAT THESE ASSHOLES CARE ABOUT EACH OTHER (also: don’t befriend me unless you want 1.5 billion text messages re: my sudden discovery that steve might actually give a shit abt tony)

Mother! is by far one of the laziest biblical allegories I’ve ever seen, but what made this terrible movie worth it was the fact that when it ended, the whole audience was literally like: “… What the fuck did I just watch.”

People were laughing as they exited the cinema, something I don’t think was entirely intended, lol. And some were complaining to the staff about the movie, until one of the staff literally went: “We can’t do anything about the content of movies!”


All in all, very memorable because the audience suffered through this shit together.