Zero desire to see any others. I'm not a comic book person to begin with. But all I need is to get a whiff of a movie that eschews subtlety and nuance and that is so afraid the audience might not pick up on certain details that they simplistically spell everything out, and I'm looking for the remote. I certainly wouldn't spend $20 and 2 hours in a theater to see it.
I guess my ability to suspend disbelief for these types of movies just isn't there. As an older friend of mine used to say, "Everybody's entitled to their own stupid opinion." And that's mine. :-P
That being said, I still enjoy watching these movies, and there are definitely some that stand out in my mind. The "Guardians of the Galaxy" movies are hilarious and have a great soundtrack. "Ant Man" is also pretty funny and I really love how Scott Lang is the relatable, everyman hero in the franchise. "The Winter Soldier" and "Civil War" both had some interesting political/societal implications, "Black Panther" was all around a great movie, and, as mentioned above, "Thor: Ragnarok" was pretty witty and felt very different from the other movies.
Having said that, a coworker told me how excited he was to see Black Panther the day it was released, and I responded that I have always wished I knew a little more about Huey Newton. So...
It's not only good for us, it's good for your health.
They only show spider-man
^ the number of MCU films each year since 2008. Pretty soon there will be one coming out every month and updates for this will get harder and harder to keep up with. :)
I didn't like Captain Marvel... it was badly written, the lead was terrible in it, the plot made no sense, just a very very mediocre movie. And I *do* understand the Brie Larson hate if you have seen some of her social media posts you might understand where it comes from. But as for the movie itself being "woke"... not really. There were 3 or 4 obnoxious throwaway lines in it that were obviously intended to get applause from the angry feminists in the crowd, and at the end when they started playing that No Doubt song that was a bit on the nose, but other than that it was not a political or agenda-driven movie, really. The marketing for it was. And the social media accounts of some people who worked on the movie including Larson's. but the movie wasn't like that; that's not the reason it was bad.
Although I think I'm going to adopt "Sliderman" and write a story that some day may start its own cinematic universe of superheroes!