Strange really had no reason to give up the time stone. The damn thing controls time. The odds of beating Thanos are <14, 000,000:1? Dr Strange literally had the liberty of undoing events as much as he wants for ever until they got it.
Banner was ultimately inconsequential. Hulks been super powerful in recent films, but we didn’t really see him. Banner was more of a liability than asset, given that Friday could have done more with Hulk buster than Banner.
I think I need someone to explain what was up with Vision. He’s got an infinity stone in his head, but was clearly weakened by something. I think I missed what.
Tom Hollands acting is so fucking good. Not much more to be said.
It’s nice to have a genuine non-puppet villain with an actual concern as a motive and the greater good at heart. But he’s not very smart. With the infinity gauntlet paired with the 6 stones he could pretty much control the whole universe. Thus making him essentially unstoppable and giving him the power to erase half of life. But why didn’t he just double the resources and space? Or triple it? Or make it more self sustainable?
Also interested in the symbol in the post credit scene. Captain Marvel?
And the “THANOS will return”. Are we getting a prequel or an orgy of ex machinas? Don’t see what we can see in his earlier life considering all he’s seem to have done is send failures to collect the stones. Obviously the ones that faded away have to come back, but the others better stay dead, and I’d like to see maybe 1 or 2 other die. The best thing about the film is that no one every felt protected by the invisible shield of luck that is bestowed upon all protagonists. Would hate Avengers 4 to go back to “It’s fine. Everyone is fine. The goodies will save the day.”