Instead of killing people in his house, Sangwoo kills people in his flower shop which he owns because who the fuck will notice that a bunch of dead bodies are kept inside the basement downstairs, you’re more worried about your flower delivery.
Humans will do some very random things when they’re bored. I like to imagine that such things would completely baffle an alien species. Like they wouldn’t know what is happening to this strange human, that started acting so erratically. Never mind the concept of daydreaming which is just staring into nothingness for long periods of time.
That's why I asked you here to fix this.
And risk my entire career in the process. Did you really think I would do that? That I wouldn't remember how familiar this all feels. You don't get to do this anymore. You don't get to use people and expect them to stick around. Maybe this is who you've always been and I've been too blind to it. All that ambition to make up for the fact that you knew that deep down there is nothing good inside of you. Shame on me for expecting more. I won't do it again, Connor. Stay away from me or I'll scream bloody murder.
I honestly find it ridiculous how conditioned general audiences are to Marvels way of making movies. I mean it’s not like ensemble movies have been being made for decades, but I guess they needed stand alone films for every character so the audience could care about what happens to them. Does every X-Men character need their own movies to make them good? The Oceans franchise? Fast and furious? Movies like The Hateful Eight and The Magnificent Seven? Lord of the Rings? Star Trek? What about Rogue One? Hell even Guardians of the Galaxy made a group film work without solos.
Justice League only has three of its main characters who haven’t had their own movie, half of the team will have already been in at least two movies before JL comes out. And you fucking know that if dc had done individual films first everyone would just be bitching about how they’re copying Marvel.
And honestly having the Justice League early on makes a shit ton more sense business wise because if you look at marvels box office, most of phase 1 and the latest origin films are the ones that make the least amount of money. But, if say Antman had come out after his appearance in Civil War, you can bet that it would have made a considerable amount more money. People would have already seen him in a huge movie that everyone was going to see no matter who was in it. Like it’s such an easy concept, you have a huge group movie, that people will see just because it’s an event film, give characters super cool moments and make them really likeable in the group film and then people are more likely to want to see the character in theatre when their own movie comes out.
Marvel is great at what it does, there is no denying that. But can we stop trying to make everything the same? That’s how superhero fatigue starts. If every single superhero movie that comes out is the exact same tone and format as the others people are going to get bored eventually. At the moment we have such a wide array of styles but people just can’t seem to accept any differences. Why do people constantly need to tear one universe down to prop another one up?