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i know nothing about marvel so here is a guest review from my frat kid brother home from college for spring break: “captain marvel was dope. brie larson was great. um, i dunno! it was good! i don’t know what to say. brie larson was really good. uh, yeah. i’d give it 3 1/2 stars and a rotten tomatoes score of 82%. [pause as he as zelda demolishes olimar in smash] i personally just really like brie larson. her name…
I really, really, really enjoyed this film. But as I left the theatre, I had so many more questions than I entered with, and the more I talked about it with a friend the more I realized that it is a complete inverse of the structure in Get Out (which tightens to a conclusion, as opposed to unraveling as you get more answers) which set me up to be disappointed. My fault!
I’m confused by so much of what happened…
From “Watchmen” to “The Incredibles” and most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there have been any number of movies set in a world where the general public knows about the existence of superheroes. The common folk in these films refer to such enhanced (and sartorially flamboyant) individuals as “mutants” or “paranormals” or “Avengers,” but the terminology doesn’t really matter because the basic dynamic is always the same: Regardless of whether they’re thought to be threats, saviors, or something in between,…
“what do you want?”
its been over an hour and i can’t think of anything else except whatever this was. simplistically sinister, maybe more comparable to something like the shining instead of get out. i first thought i was somewhat unaffected, but now my mind is clouded with a mild thudding anxiety that won’t go away. this is ridiculously fine tuned to creep under your skin without you noticing. i have to go to sleep now but i doubt i’ll have much success. wish me luck