This movie is absolutely packed with symbolism. Was that not clear?
We never got that Rocket Raccoon/Kingpin fight because of some petty drama.
This feels like Shyamalan all over again, but it doesn't have to be.
Sometimes, a finale is just a desperate attempt to tap out.
Finally a ‘90s sitcom reboot that doesn’t sound terrible
The real Dude abides, too.
This is not that complicated a franchise to wrap your head around.
The world could have been Gunther's if only he had learned to move on.
Sometimes the character that's on the original page is ... bad.
Sometimes, it’s best to scrap the whole thing and move on.
Sometimes the folks behind the scenes can get a little too carried away.
Should the '90s X-Men continue to stay our ex, man?