• Marvel producers when they put
the all-female superhero scene
into endgame:
VVV
Well boys, we did it. Sexism is no more.
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    • I mean, equality is cool as shit, but like don’t over do it ya know?
      Knutt 18 may
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    • I thought all the women were going to the bathroom together
      blu2rain a month
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    • the attempt was appreciated but it felt way too unnatural
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    • Trying to be “equal” is bs. People try to be equal with race and gender, but they over do it. Like they make a only black show and no whites are allowed on. Or a only women show and no men are allowed on. They become what they try to destroy
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    • Dude I cringed so hard at that scene. Like, you’re fighting for the earth, I really don’t think girl power should be your biggest priority.
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    • It was really forced and super cringe...and they did it in infinity war as well....with the same fucking line...
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    • In endgame, when all the females teamed up together, it didn’t accomplish anything. Much like feminism in real life...
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    • Isn’t an all female scene sexist in itself though?
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    • Scarlet witch is how you do a powerful female character. Shuri, Pepper pots, and The Wasp aswell. They arent forced, the characters are cool and likeable. Captain Marvel is a just a cocky little shit who got her powers in a dumbass way. Captain Marvel is the worst hero in the MCU, no debate
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    • It didn't really make any sense why all the women grouped up. Was there any real reason for it?
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    • Until captain marvel got yeeted out of the movie by thanos power punch
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    • I mean it would’ve been way more epic if they had the team ups and combos like pepper and tony so it would be the point of feminism to be equal lol
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    • It didn't feel nearly as forced to me as everyone claims. A bit improbable and unlikely? Sure. but I'll take a scene featuring women with actual growth (apart from C.M.) Over a scene featuring a room full of Mary sues. I just think that toxic feminism left too shit of a taste in y'all's mouth.
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    • I thought endgame was great except for that one scene. It was very forced and honestly cringey. There is no way all the female characters would be in the same place at the same time lmao, it was very forced
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    • Like half the people in the movie theatre started laughing when that happened
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    • They haven’t even had an all male one yet
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    • It was so forced we get it women exist
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    • I can't be the only one that thinks captain marvel is just stupid fucking op. Like she can just tear through those ships with literally no problem? Yeah fuck off we all know that's bullshit, everyone else gets nerfed, but captain marvel stays the exact same
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    • I thought it was cool in infinity war with like three people because they didn’t really need an explanation for it and it was more subtle but in this they just have like twenty people and no logic behind why it’s happening plot wise
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    • If it was all Male nobody would say a thing but because it was all female everyone hates it
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    • It was a reference to A-force. I know not all of you guys are aware of it but if you were, then that scene was actually pretty cool.
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    • Or we could just enjoy a movie for entertainment and not have to have a political agenda
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    • It completely ruined my immersion, yeah all of these women who have never met eachother all decided to just show up at this one spot
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    • That was the cringiest scene in the movie
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    • I dont think that anyone realizes that this is a canon thing in the comics it was specifically named something and as a straight white male I actually enjoyed seeing them put it in the movie. Trust me they all could have made a few more sandwiches but it doesnt tale away from it
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    • They did it way better in Infinity War with the “She’s not alone” scene.
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    • I honestly thought Scarlett witch fighting Thanos was way more empowering than that forced cheesy shit
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    • When I first seen that scene I was like is this really necessary we know the women of the avengers contribute 😐, it was just to forced
      1RAWD5 a month
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    • Hear me out, but if all the women could show up like that, and the men couldn’t, does that mean the men were busy doing all the work, and the women were slacking off?
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    • Oh yeah, having a scene that puts women in the limelight and above everyone else is totally equal, definitely not putting women on a pedestal and ruining what equality actually means
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    • The reason this scene is so forced is that none of these female characters actually knew each other, or hardly knew each other, the only thing driving them to work together is the fact that they are female, the legit definition of a forced scene.
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    • I really wish the strong woman scene would of been on scarlets shoulders. She was the one with the most personal reason to fight compared to the others. Most were fighting for their people but she on the other hand was fighting out of pure revenge.
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    • Tbh I thought the scene was kinda cool and didn't really think about all the political stuff
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    • Hey Peter Parker. GOt SoMeThIng FoR me? 👉🍑😩
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    • The girl power scene wasn't bad but it was clearly forcing an agenda; I'd much rather see more "you took everything from me", now that's a powerful female charector
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    • I always tell people that the mcu did sex equality so right. There was never any “Well I’m a WOMAN.” Or “you’re right... no MAN, could do this”. They just showed females kicking ass like it was part of their everyday routine and it worked. But in endgame they forced that scene too hard
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    • That endgame scene was overdone and forced and super cringy, Infinity war made it so much more natural
      howabtno a month
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    • I don’t care about them wanting a feminism thing in the movie. It just ruined my experience. It made me go from so invested in this story to taking me out of the movie and realizing that it’s just a movie. It really did ruin that whole scene
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    • They did it in Infinity War too, except there they weren’t thrown together for utterly no reason just to show off. And in Infinity War they actually accomplished shit too, killed Proxima Midnight. In Endgame they killed a few screebs and then got they asses beat, except Scarlet Witch
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    • Then thanos fucking yeeted captain marvel
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    • Nah, they just proved you need like 5 women to do a one man's job
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    • But by giving the women that much focus ( like in endgame) goes against all the character development the girls went through. They don’t need a special moment to be shown of because that’s still treating them differently than men. Don’t write for feminism, write for equality.
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    • They nerfed Hulk and Thor to make Captain marvel look better even though she was already deus ex machina strong
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    • Brie Larson brings down the whole movie, why can’t you just have focused on the Valkyrie girl, or the wakandan queen???
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    • I heard so many people say girl power in the theater it was actually annoying. Like they stated cheering over a forced scene. It didn’t empower women and was just a garbage scene. Probably worst in the movie
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    • Infinity wars feminist scene with scarlet witch, black widow, and black panther lady was way better
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    • Why didn't they just have a mix of some of the men and women avengers lining up and displaying they are a team?
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    • I have said it before and I will say it again. Coming from someone who is a writer and loves to analyze things, story should come first. Art is meant to take you out of the real world, not remind you about petty politics. Keep the "Girl Power" and all that other stupid hand fisted "inclusion" out.
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    • I thought the scene was pretty cool. Especially because some of them are powerful as shit. Like Scarlett witch could kick anyone's ass. However, mantis was in the back doing her weird mantis pose. Like, what the fuck is she gonna do?
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    • That scene was only good because peter was just in the background like “the fuck”
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    • This scene wasnt needed and kinda took me out of the fight until it ended
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    • When you over do it like that, it doesn't look like you actually care, it looks like you're just adding it in to shut everyone up.
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    • 1-Lets put all the female characters into one scene...2-Yeah it will be like a cool girl power moment like they are just as important.1-Lets kill off our longest leading female super hero before this scene and before she gets her own solo movie when every other male character has had a solo movie
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    • And then some guys desperate for sex shout out, “Girl power”. If you’re going to shout something, say it properly. It’s Femme Fatale.
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    • That scene was awful gay. It felt so forced. Stupid virtue signaling bs. I go to the movies to be entertained, not patronized.
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    • Marvel now has to say the n-word
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    • Okay but honestly, poor fucking Mantis, and I love Mantis in the Comics and their portrayal in the MCU. Here’s the thing, she isn’t physically strong, she’s an empath who can sense/control emotions and the state of mind of her enemies, but they have her running in like she’s about to bitch slap
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    • Feminism ruins movies
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    • It’s cool and all but very forced, super cringe and captain marvel didn’t need anyone to help her
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    • Its almost like brie larson saw infinity war and was like, they better do that for me or i quit, which honestly, wouldve been for the best.
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    • I loved it except for captain marvel, glad she got decked by thanos.
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    • Honestly I feel like I'm the one person who didn't mind it. Is it forced? Yeah, of course, but the scene lasts,at most, one minute in a three hour movie. If it was an entire hour of the movie I would understand, but the scene is a minute long scene it's not that important
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    • It was too forced. I really love the females of marvel (excluding capt marvel) but it would’ve been nice to just have moments here and there where they’re doing cool shit and mix in what the Male avengers are doing too
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    • Instead of having the female characters be evenly dispersed through out, they were held back the entire movie and at the very end they threw them all in your face like, "See? Women!" then put them back on the shelf. It was very obvious they did that so they wouldn't get yelled at by Buzzfeed.
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    • Scarlet Witch is more powerful and badass than Captain Marvel
      Defnotshady a month
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    • So fucking forced. Leave movements out of movies
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    • Okay but where tf were all the female characters before that scene? Like if you want to end sexism it begins with equality not feminism.
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    • Cmon guys, marvel didn’t have to put this into the movie. Marvel is already diverse enough, they don’t have to throw their political beliefs into the movie. Keep politics out of my movies please. It’s just cringe
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    • Unpopular opinion: yes while the scene was clearly meant to push some agenda, it was also a nice little chance to have a moment of representing all the female characters that have developed along the series of movies. Let’s just enjoy the fact that it was a moment where people band together.
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    • The biggest problem with that part was how forced and awkward it was. If they didn’t say anything it would’ve been a bit better
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    • I liked that scene, only because there was Captain Marvel, and a dozen other female charcters who were leagues better than her, a nice contrast.
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    • Gratuitous and pandering. Exactly the type of thing libs love. The rest of us were like, "everyone is fighting together as equals, cool." And then here comes a gratuitous scene to make a tired political point that actually detracts from that equality because the writers felt the need to include it.
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    • i wasn't a fan of brie larson in endgame, nor in captain marvel but i liked the all woman scene, it wasn't even that long so i don't get the hatred for it
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    • Why wasn’t there a scene with all the male avengers if you want it to be equality
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    • I didn't mind the scene, it seemed like the female heroes had like a "motherly" or "big-sisterly" instinct to help my man Parker who was swarmed but doing his very best, I mean it at least made me smile
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    • Imagine having to constantly validate yourself and pat yourself on the back for not having a dick. Penis envy is a real thing
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    • For barely a minute clip of the movie I really don't mind.
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    • I didn’t care that they did an all female scene...I’M JUST PISSED OFF BLACK WIDOW WASN’T IN IT!
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    • True equality is having strong female characters without having to point it out. If you can just incorporate it into the movie, and you dont have to say "hey look, see these female characters?" Then you've done it right. If you have to point it out, then you're not.
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    • Imma say it, that scene sucked
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    • if you want it to mean something, don’t force it
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    • The all women scene is the one scene that is acceptable to take a bathroom break during
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    • Are we gonna ignore the fact the The Russo’s were thoughtful and had an LGTBQ person but the community still bashed them for not having enough representation. They always have to make a problem don’t they
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    • Remember, gender equality means get rid of men.
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    • It was a forced feminist scene
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    • As a woman, that scene made me cringe and i wanted Thanos to win.
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    • The funny part is they were all doing nothing unlike the male characters who were ALREADY fighting
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    • Endgame has infinity war spoilers
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    • The scene was ok just felt a little forced
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    • Now they gotta make the lgbtqspamdbaisb+ community happy cause they crying about not having any gays or trans in the movie smh
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    • Next they're gonna make a couple of gay superheroes just to please all the stupid millenials
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    • My big question is where was literally everyone else during this sequence? Name of the game is GUARD THE GAUNTLET, so you'd think once they had it Thor and everyone else would be somewhere covering who's carrying it
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    • When they had that scene all I was seeing was them checking a box off the list
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