>>88733019>He literally did nothing wrong
No, he failed in the worst trope possible of "to allies fight each other" and it's one of the reason I dislike Civil Wars
He fell for the
-Someone is pulling the strings behind us, if you take five seconds to listen
-I am not listening, I am to angry to listen even though we are just talking right now and if I did we couldn't get into this super fight the audience I paid to see.
If you want two allies to fight, you write a good reason for them to fight and actually address why other alternative couldn't exists. You don't make asspull like that.
Also, Not Toney's direct fault, but
-What about a Lawyer
NO! You don't laugh it off. That's a fucking valid point. You don't laugh it off in an other shitty writing asspull.
-Antman in the antman movie try to make a better name for himself and be back with his daughter
-Civil wars? Lets go back to Jail, I don't fucking care.>>88733416
You forget>I know he was brainwashed, but I am going to pull a tantrum anyway. I am totally not falling for Zemo's plan.
one of the best fight ruined by this premise.
When I see how many ways all this mess could have been prevented, I consider both Tony and cap at fault. But more at fault are the writers.
Did I complain yet about Spiderman? Not that he was completely bad but the "We planned Spiderman from the start in the movie, it was him or nothing, he is an integral part of the movie" bullshit they fed us is nauseating. Anyone who look at this movie can see it for clear that he was a last minute edition, with his dialogues with Cap "have you seen how cool we are with each other, despite being opponent, look at this new character we are introducing to the MCU, aren't we all cool" being Kranked to the max.
fuck, this is the Worst MCU movie so far. And not Worst as in "not as good as other, but still good" like Age of Ultron, I mean actually bad.
So much is forced in CW.