Yeah the amount of characters was part of the appeal for me w/ the first 2
Posted by Pugeye on May 1, 2018, 9:22 am, in reply to "It's probably the best one"
Even though each character basically has their own film series at this point, most of them arguably aren't interesting enough to carry their own films (the obvious exception being Iron Man, mainly because there's a *real* actor in the role) but when they're sharing screen time w/ the rest they're more tolerable. And though I'm not a huge Whedon fan, I like his approach- he doesn't take anything too seriously and makes the characters flawed and has them bicker, which reminds me of the early Marvel comics I grew up on.
"Literally a device that can alter reality"
LOL. How are there any real stakes then? Whatever, I'm sure I'll have a good time.