Captain Marvel: An Unbridled Meh

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Captain Marvel: An Unbridled Meh 4.5
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Well, it looks as if the MCU has out done itself, like this ended up being double the length of the normal rant breakdowns but there is so much to lay out, hope you enjoy it folks ;) /

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The rudimentary research into space travel at light speed, amounts of solar systems and planets and all that is totally something I recommend people look into to get more accurate numbers, I just did a few google searches with Fringy and checked a couple of websites. It seems I might have underestimated the distances and made a few mistakes that makes it all seem smaller than it is but that would only make the overall point more relevant;

Light speed just aint gonna cut it, not by a long shot when it comes to travelling between galaxies.

Author — MauLer

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My favorite part of this movie was when I was daydreaming about watching a different, better movie instead.

Author — Rags

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When he said “let’s just call her plank” I knew I stumbled upon a gem

Author — Robert Randolph

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Turning Nick Fury’s eye mystery into a joke was the worst decision ever.

Author — Aidan Hall

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The only positive about this character is that people hated her so much that Thanos managed to punch her completely out of Endgame

Author — Vincent Torrijos

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Nebula has a bigger character arc than a character who got their own film. Boo for Plank.

Author — Richfits

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I was 58 minutes in when I realized this isn’t a ten min video

Author — Michael Haskins

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She's literally arrogance personified.

Author — Jru XO

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Surprised why they didn't just rename the character "Karen Danvers"

Author — Just Some Guy without a Mustache

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This video criticizing the movie is more interesting than said movie

Author — Kathryn Randall

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Do you want to know how to write a "strong female character"? Look at the original Alien movie. I don't know anyone who had a complaint about Ellen Ripley being the hero. It was natural and made sense, and didn't have political propaganda designed to belittle men planted throughout it.

Author — EyeBitten

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"part human, part Kree, part tessaract, part wood." 😂😂😂

Author — Orcinus Rex

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It's sad about how Fury really lost his eye, they had the perfect set-up with a Skrull being able to trick him and then lost his eye because he put his trust in someone that he could.

Author — Morien ForeShadow

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When I think of a super powerful person dragging someone through the dirt then throwing them out because they were too weak, I think of a villain. You know, the one who doesn't have the morals and respect for their foe and just drags them through the dirt, or in this case sand, and tosses them away because they couldn't be bothered to murder them because of just how weak they are. Carol literally has 0 reasons to be a hero and instead is just an arrogant jerk because she didn't actually have a moment. You know, like how Peter Parker is stupidly powerful yet understands that if he doesn't help people, bad things happen. Because you know, he didn't do the right thing once and his uncle died for it? That's missing from this supposed origin of Carol. Her action or inaction have literally 0 consequences to her and those around her, giving her no reason to be humble and helpful with her powers. It's just silly.

Author — Sir Minty

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I've literally watched this more times than the actually movie

Author — Armand Starkks

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I said hi to brie larson on the street yesterday

My court date is next tuesday

Author — DrViperVideos

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Tl;dw: This movie doesn't feel like an entry in the MCU, it feels like a feminist power fantasy.

Author — Spieler Subliminals

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Just love the nicknames for the “characters”

Plank
Best friend
Science lady
Bad guy

In movie-blockbuster

Author — Dreadwing2029

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I die every time he says, “Youngledor”

Author — Zach German

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13:51 "... But also, also, also, also..."

Author — Mecharnie Dobbs