“Don’t be so hard on yourself,” they say, (they, meaning the psychiatrists and psychologists) when you fail or don’t get things right, but, having to constantly deal with the deterioration of your mind, having very real things happening up there that warrant expected failures. How can you not be hard on yourself when life always is?
So in this post, I will be talking about Lebowski Thor from Avengers End Game. While some of you who have seen the movie may be a little offended by some of the “fat jokes” that were thrown at him and the “movie makes fun of mental health part.” I’m here to explain some context of what I believe the situation is among the Avengers. This post will contain some spoilers.
I’ve already given my first impression thoughts of Avengers End Game and had planned to see it the following Sunday. Unfortunately, being the mega-blockbuster it is, it was still sold out and just way to busy, and considering it’s already broken and it’s set to break all other kinds of records so I won’t get peeved at it for drawing a crowd.
I did, however, get a chance to see it again today and my thoughts have changed for the better but that will come in a separate post. I realize now, my enjoyment for this film was hampered by the crowd that I was with on opening day.
Off the bat, this is not a review and there will be no spoilers. You have my word. This is just my first impressions of the movie. Disclaimer, I am a Marvel Fan and have thoroughly enjoyed the Marvel Cinematic Movies since its introduction with Iron Man. This is just one fan’s opinion at the time of writing.