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The Asgardian ship at the beginning of the movie is the same ship from the ending of Thor: Ragnarök (2017), an example of how directly the movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe connect. See more »
According to the end credits, one of the production units filmed both in the United Kingdom, and in Scotland. Since the United Kingdom includes Scotland, that would be like having a unit that filmed both in the United States, and in Missouri. See more »
Asgardian Distress Call:
This is the Asgardian refugee vessel Statesman. We are under assault. I repeat, we are under assault. The engines are dead, life support failing. Requesting aid from any vessel within range. We are 22 jump points out of Asgard. Our crew is made up of Asgardian families. We have very few soldiers here. This is not a warcraft. I repeat, this is not a warcraft!
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SPOILER: There is a scene at the end of the closing credits: Nick Fury and Maria Hill are erased, but Fury manages to contact Captain Marvel. See more »
In the theatrical version released in India, some profanity has been muted. Also, the middle finger of Star-Lord during an action sequence has been blurred. See more »
I'm probably going against the general reception for this film but for me this film was just too much and not enough at the same time. Marvel fans will probably disagree with me. There is a star studded cast and clearly a lot of money has been spent to make this film a real spectacular.
However, for me there were too many obvious special effects, too many leading characters and far far far too much action. It just keeps coming at you relentlessly.
At the same time there's not enough real story and characterisation, not enough time to take in what's going on and definitely not enough warmth or comedy which is the hallmark of many Marvel films I've seen before.
I just wanted it to end but it kept dragging on for yet another battle... When it finally did end I felt cheated of the time.
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