Stating The Obvious 0560 – Snowday Rantfest Episode I: Infinity War. A Movie So Gay I Nearly Turned Into A Homosexual.
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The ranting begins!
Gayest movie of the year.
I’ll never get that two and a half hours of my life back.
I’m pissed off, this movie makes no sense and Scarlett Johansson is hitting the wall hard.
Did Infinity War almost make you gay as well? You can purge the gay by spending money via my Amazon affiliate link at cls.link/amazon. Then I can buy yet another Supergirl statue I don’t need.
Send some commies to Canada. They said they would go if the Trumpenfuhrer was elected President but they are too dumb to figure out Canada is to the north and too poor to get there ’cause they have liberal arts degrees. Commies To Canada.
Speaking of Canada, if you hail from The Great White North and want to support my Supergirl habit I now have a Canadian Amazon Affiliate link which you can find at cls.link/canada. I have embraced diversity and will now take your Canadian Cuck Bucks.
Bitcoin me bitches and bitchettes. It’s the only crypto-currency that can be used to buy anything.
From what I gathered Thanos refuses to create new planets because they would eventually get overpopulated as well which is why he plans to kill half the population of each world every few thousands of years until the end of time, except there probably won’t be an end of time because one of the stones has some kind of weird time manipulation powers so he might be able to conserve his reality indefinitely. My only question is; how the fuck are you supposed to defeat a baddie that’s essentially a god and also make it make sense? You can’t. They wrote themselves into a corner.
And you hit upon the real problem. They did write themselves into a corner. The problem with always having to make the threat in movies bigger and bigger and bigger is that eventually defeating these giant threats becomes unbelievable.
It reminds me of the transition Doctor Who (the original/real series) underwent. In the early days the average plot was “how do we get back to the TARDIS and get out of here.” Twenty years later half the episodes in a season had a plot of “if we don’t defeat the bad guy the entire galaxy will be enslaved/destroyed”. Less if more.