4: Fat Thor. Fat Thor gets literally one good moment and that's when he's overjoyed to find out he's still worthy of Mjolnir even though he's a fat, pathetic loser. If you hated how much he was joking around in Ragnarok, you'll doubly hate how he was turned into a joke here.
5: Hulk dabs. I hate.
6: Captain Marvel was in the film. They even take away the one time anyone gives her any sass by having my boy Rocket not only say that her fucking off from Earth makes sense, but having him go "Oh yeah!" when she solos Thanos's ship. Seeing her get punted with the Power Stone was admittedly cathartic.
7: That fucking girl power scene. Why. This Gamora doesn't even know these people, why is she also helping them out?
8: Doctor Strange said there was only one possible outcome where they won and that's blatantly not true. If Nebula wasn't there to collect the Power Stone, the exact same story happens with no finale and no sacrifice by Tony, but Strange fails to mention this. Bringing everyone back 5 years later also results in untold hardships and suffering across the entire universe when they could have stopped him in Infinity War without these consequences if Strange had said something about Starlord sperging out. His line in Infinity War made it seem like there was some kind of logical plan when there really wasn't. Outside of a new, grumpy Gamora, the only thing you gain from letting Thanos win is a worse off world, stakes destroying time travel, and no Tony and Natascha. I really feel like he just said that because he didn't like Tony and wanted to get him to kill himself. This movie makes Infinity War actively worse which fucking blows.>>123066132
Makes no sense plot-wise, but it's sort of an "I have nothing left to lose so I'm going to get my revenge" moment that fit the emotions. They absolutely should have kept him alive for the sake of the plot, but it fit Thor's character.>>123066161
I'm not even surprised that they had no fucking plan.