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The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)

Discussion in 'TV + Film' started by Shockbox, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. She reminds me of a Sim sometimes nn
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  2. I loved Orphan Black and am familiar with Tatiana through that but it still kind of gets me every time I see the She Hulk because she just looks like green Marina.
  3. Really enjoyed episode 2 as well! I think the show overall will be really fun, but I've really enjoyed most of the Disney+ shows anyway.
    Wait what?? I missed it.
  4. [​IMG]
    and the end of Eternals too
  5. Ahhhhhhh oh my God!!!! That's like, pulled straight from the first X-Men.
    And finally!
  6. The iffy CGI was most noticeable when she was in the bar holding her glass. The hand didn’t even close around it properly, as well as when she was walking into her parents house. Very stilted.

    However, the content of the episode was brilliant, building on and improving so much from Episode 1. Not sure who mentioned this earlier, but this should have aired alongside Episode 1 as a forty minute episode rather a 22 minutes, as it would have added so much more depth rather than a rush job.
  7. The Wolverine easter egg was very cute. But to be honest, I was more floored by this being the first time anyone else in the MCU has mentioned a giant fucking man sticking out of the ocean, after Eternals.

    Thank you She Hulk.
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  8. The fact that the article mentions Wolverine in conjunction with the giant Celestial at sea means the X-Men will exist in the same mainline universe. Hopefully the theory that the Emergence (from Eternals) could have activated the X -gene also comes to fruition.
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  9. Well in the current comics, Druig is hunting mutants because he believes they’re Deviants, sooo….maybe that’s where they’ll take it in the MCU?
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  10. I’ve enjoyed both episodes so far and am excited to see how it unfolds.

    One thing that confused me was how Bruce received her phone call while he was on a spaceship?! I can barely get signal in my local Lidl and he’s getting 5 bars in deep space.
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  11. This week’s episode of She-Hulk was so good.
  12. The sweaty neckbeard misogynist reference. GET THEM!
  13. Oooof, this show has rapidly gone downhill.

    I don’t want to be one of those people that bangs on about CGI, but why god did they decide to have Walters as She Hulk in every office scene? It looks she was made with Microsoft Paint.

    This is the first BIG misstep for the MCU in my eyes. Ms Marvel wasn’t great, Moon Knight was flawed but this is the first thing they’ve done that is, in my opinion, awful.
  14. It wasn't great it was excellent
  15. Iman was great. The actual show was not.
  16. I can forgive some iffy CGI because I'm really enjoying the series overall.
  17. The She-Hulk episodes just need about 10 mins extra running time.
    Feels a little like it's made for someone with a small attention span.
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  18. I really enjoyed this episode. Tati is eating this role up.
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  19. CGI humans have always looked questionable. Especially if they're not in a CGI environment or with other CGI actors. The technology is honestly just not there, and usually for Marvel's dodgey CGI there's other factors to blame. But, in this case I just truly believe there's nothing they can do to make it look any better. So yeah she does stand out as clearly CGI - but I have to just let my imagination go a bit. I'm watching this show to be entertained by the characters and the story, not to be blown away by some next level visual effects. So I can overlook it, personally. I can't name any other show that does CGI human characters and has it pass that uncanny valley test of sorts.

    This episode was a lot of fun. The post credits scene was hilarious. It's light hearted in all the right ways.
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