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  1. I saw it yesterday. Had pretty high hopes but honestly it was one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen. I wanted to leave after about 20 mins. I’m really not understanding all the praise everyone’s giving it. The plot and script were garbage and the “charming” Pokemon filled world they built was incredibly creepy and irritating. Such a let down.
  2. I just realised, when Thanos does the snap he has a little moment with baby Gamora presumably in the soul stone. I wonder if Banner and Tony got one as well with Nat. That would have been a niiiice touch.
  3. After the endgame fight in 2021 Thanos doesn’t know where all the stones are. He just knows that he has managed to gather them and do his snap. He goes back to 2014 with that knowledge. When he gets hold of the stones/gauntlet in 2021 he doesn’t know where they all necessarily came from.
  4. The multiple timelines overcomplicates things. Tony sending Thanos back to 2014 repairs the complication.
  5. I think the ancient one is representing how we experience time.
  6. Time isn’t a linear sequence of events. Viewed from a higher dimension it’s an object with a specific shape. Tony calculates a 3D representation of this higher dimensonal shape/object we see a diagram of. Thats how he knows what to do.
  7. Also Steve has to replace the stones so that Thanos can find them.
  8. IW Thanos is indeed much stronger because of the events that he had been through since 2014. They teach him how to wield the stones much more effectively. In the 2021 fight, 2014 Thanos experiences the power of all the stones for the first time and doesn’t know how to use them in quite the same nuanced way. He has to rip out the power stone to smack Marvel. The events of IW teach him stone by stone how to use each power. That’s why he knows he can just turn people to rubber or things to bubbles, or alter time.
  9. Also look at the difference in how Thanos weilds the infinity gauntlet in Endgame as his 2014 self vs how he uses it in Infinity War as his more experienced 2017 self.
  10. Yes, Captain America undoes all the weird timelines, and the ONLY way that happens is if thanos wins, and they lose that one time. That sets them off on the whole journey. If Thanks hadn’t won, the time would have been messed up, and Dr Strange did what he did to protect time as a whole.
  11. I think the ancient one was saying that time exists as a specific configuration/whole entity. So was Bruce. It’s not as simple as linear cause and effect. They even say it doesn’t work like how Back to the Future works. The only way to win and close up any potential weird timeline business is to send Thanos back.
  12. He says “It’s the only way.” It appears that he’s saying giving Thanos the time stone is the only way. Really what Strange is saying is that Thanos winning this round is the only way, and so he gives up the time stone to make sure that happens.
  13. Remember, Dr Strange literally tells Tony that the ONLY way they win is if Thanos gets all the stones.
  14. If he destroys Thanos, who has travelled from 2014, then as of 2014 in that timeline Thanos ceases to exist. So they don’t lose. So he doesn’t have his kid. Sending Thanos back to 2014 was the only way he got to keep his kid.
  15. I think it’s done subtly on purpose. It’s there to see for the people who look for it.
  16. Tony isn’t changing the past with his snap. He’s ensuring the sequence of events that leads 2014 Thanos to 2021 happens. It’s like a recursive time loop that has to happen and is meant to be part of our/the timeline.
  17. In Infinity War Thanos has three scars on his face. I’m wondering now if he got those scars in Endgame. What does his face look like before the battle in 2021?
  18. I have. It’s you that needs to watch it again, then you’ll see it.
  19. They can’t go back and kill baby Thanos because if adult Thanos hadn’t existed they wouldn’t even be going on the time heists. They need adult Thanos to have won once.
  20. Think about it again. Like people have said. Exactly what banner says happens uhhhh, happens. Thanos HAS to go back to 2014. If he doesn’t: - Infinity War doesn’t happen. - He doesn’t destroy 50% of earth (remember he was planning on destroying ALL of earth). - If 50% of earth isn’t destroyed and the avengers don’t kill him and find out the stones are gone, they don’t do their time heists. - If they don’t do their time heists, nebula doesn’t send the message back to 2014. - If Nebula doesn’t send her message back to 2014, Thanos doesn’t fight them in Endgame. If Thanos hasn’t seen evidence that he is able to successfully collect the stones and use them for his plan then why is his whole attitude and character in Infinity War all about enacting this grand destiny he now assumes he has?
  21. Yes, he finds out about the Avengers in 2012 via the whole Loki/NY thing. That’s why the 2014 Thanos says he’ll honestly enjoy destroying Earth, because they had dared mess with his plans by fighting back. Then 2014 Thanos gets smacked hard by them, and bested by Tony. This is why the second time Thanos encounters Tony in 2017 in infinity War he tells him he’s earned his respect. He’ll save half of earth’s population. Thanos knows just how hard they’ve tried to stop everything and how hard they fought him before. I think this is why Thanos doesn’t even fight them with his armour and his sword in Infinity War. He has evidence that with the stones he’s so much more powerful than pretty much all of the avengers that they pose no threat. That’s why he’s so arrogant and calm in Infinity War. Also it’s his second time wielding the stones. This time he knows how to wield them against the avengers much more effectively. Also probably why he’s so shocked by Thor’s strength at the end of IW. Thor was paradoxically weaker in 2021.
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