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Hear me, and rejoice. You are about to die at the hands of the children of Thanos. Be thankful, that your meaningless lives are now i...
I'm sorry! Earth is closed today. You better pack it up and get outta here.
Stone keeper. Does this chattering animal speak for you?
Dr. Stephen Strange:
Certainly not, I speak for myself. You are trespassing in this city and on this planet.
He means get lost, Squidward!
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Keep in mind that just because s movie makes billions, that does not make it a good movie. Like most of Marvel movies this is an insipid mess. The entire plot took 10 years to develop and is summed up in this latest entry in 4 or 5 sentences. Acting isn't necessary or required, just grimace and look sweaty and vacant. Meanwhile we'll fill the screen with 50,000 CGI lights and explosions and convince you what is happening matters. Well it doesn't.
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