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    [–] Tight Dress BlueLivingAbandon 3 points ago in STPeach

    She has the best ass I've ever seen. Not even an exaggeration.

    [–] MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order – Nintendo Direct 2.13.19 – Nintendo Switch BlueLivingAbandon 2 points ago in NintendoSwitch

    Nah, they always had the game rights, they had only sold the film rights, with X-Men and FF to Fox, and Spidey to Sony. They still had the rights to everything else. I think the reason we haven't seen a lot of X-Men and Fantastic Four in recent Marvel games until recently was because they just didn't want to give any advertisement to the Fox films. But now that Disney's buying Fox anyway, it doesn't matter anymore, so they're all about adding them now.

    [–] hmmm BlueLivingAbandon 29 points ago in hmmm

    "Did you fix it?"

    Bob: Yes.

    "What did it cost?"

    Bob: Everything.

    [–] hmmm BlueLivingAbandon 5 points ago in hmmm

    No, how about I dare you? You won't.

    [–] If Time moves way faster on Sakaar, and Hulk was there two years our time, he must of been there a hell of a longer longer Sakaar time. BlueLivingAbandon 317 points ago in marvelstudios

    Well, Loki says "weeks ago" so that probably could mean about 3 weeks, or 21 days, but since it's not specified that much, we could probably safely round it down to 20 days. So 20 seconds = 20 days, which means 1 second = 1 day. There are 63,070,000 seconds in 2 years, which means its been 63,070,000 days for Hulk. That's equivalent to 172,794 years on Sakaar. Still though, they did say time acts strangely on Sakaar so I'm sure that's probably not how long it should be in canon lol

    [–] Go home. Put disk in. Start up a base. Unleash a days worth of stress from work onto minions. BlueLivingAbandon 9 points ago in SpidermanPS4

    Holy shit this is amazing, the fast paced movement in the first one is so smooth and the fighting style is just perfect and flows really well

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon 1 points ago in marvelstudios

    Yeah, that's what we were disputing the whole time... In any case, if you sincerely think that he did say "Mr.", I just disagree plain and simple, as non-impacting as the difference in the line might be. I don't hear it, and I don't think Nebula believes he said it either, unless of course, she watched Infinity War with subtitles.

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon -2 points ago in marvelstudios

    your theory about him not focusing on formalities doesn't like up with him calling him sir just a few moments later.

    Yeah, my point was that in a moment of extreme tension, it wouldn't be unrealistic for him to be inconsistent with things that are arbitrary, or don't really matter, like formalities. I'm assuming what's going through his head is "something incredibly strange is going on, and I have to get his attention ASAP" he's not focusing on addressing him formally, so not calling him Mr. in the moment would make sense. Even from a writer's point a view it could make sense, because by making a character say something that he might not normally say, you're trying to tell the viewer that this characters feels like something is really off.

    And yup, I triple quadruple checked through VLC and MPC-HC, and I don't hear a Mr. in there. I'm not hearing 2 or 3 syllables, I only hear 1 "Stark".

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon 1 points ago in marvelstudios

    I dunno man, even in your video, I still only hear 1 syllable even at max volume, and even in slow-mo. He says it right while Strange is disintegrating, and I only hear an uneasy "Stark...?".

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon -6 points ago in marvelstudios

    Maybe because he's not so focused on something as arbitrary as formalities in that situation perhaps? He's in a situation where he's on an alien planet, he just witnessed 4 people disintegrate, and his Spider-Sense, something that he probably doesn't even fully understand yet, is going haywire. Maybe he even intended to say 'Mr.', but the writers could have wanted to illustrate that he was going into full panic mode, and it's realistic that he would probably be a little sloppy with his words there.

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon 0 points ago in marvelstudios

    I know you can see it in the subtitles, but when you listen in again (assuming you have access through Netflix or something), do you still hear it? If everyone does I must be some kinda lunatic!

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon -4 points ago in marvelstudios

    Yeah, I still don't hear it. Even after slowing it down to .25 speed, I only hear "Stark". I honestly don't see how anyone could re-listen and clearly hear a "mister" in there. ¯\(ツ)

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon -4 points ago in marvelstudios

    A movie's official home release and its contents are double and triple checked through several distribution companies. It would be stupid of you to think an incorrect subtitle could possibly make it all the way through to release.

    Was able to happen in Korea for the same film. Pretty crazy, isn't it? Only this time, for our English version, it's one line that isn't so extreme. Wouldn't be too out of this world for it to actually be a tiny little mistake.

    Pretty useless thing to point out. Everyone says "Mr. Stark" because that's how Peter addresses him in all three movies. It makes no sense for him to address him as just "Stark".

    Yeah, that's how he addresses him regularly, but the kid's literally about to die, and his Spider-Senses are going haywire. Why would he be so caught up in formalities? After all, I thought they were supposed to be kind of close at this point, so what would be wrong with him just saying 'Stark' for once? It's so minor lol

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon 0 points ago * (lasted edited 10 days ago) in marvelstudios

    Doesn't really prove too much. The people who write the subtitles are separate from the people who create the dialogue. They're people who do it professionally and it's their job to interpret dialogue, but perhaps they could make the same mistake that everyone else is making. I'm just pointing out that it's not audible in the film itself. Using the YouTube video, you can even slow it down and you still can't hear even the slightest hint of a "Mr.". Everyone's brain just sort of inserts it in. That's what I'm pointing out.

    [–] Nebula probably thinks Spider-man was Ironman's son BlueLivingAbandon -9 points ago in marvelstudios

    Is it just me or have I never actually heard him say "Mr."? I thought he just says "Stark... I don't feel so good." When people started quoting it I thought they were just misquoting it, but then it started to seem like I was the one that might be getting it wrong. So I looked at the clip, and there is no audible 'Mr' anywhere in there, as far as I can hear.

    [–] So cute BlueLivingAbandon 6396 points ago in pics

    It just looked so 1995.