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16 Tweets To Go Over If You're Booking Your Tickets For 'Captain Marvel' This Weekend
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsTweet on social image: THANOS! COUNT YOUR FUCKING DAYS BITCH! THE strongest, most powerful woman is coming for you. #captainmarvel pic.twitter.com/AZ253NU5sq — uhlEEsa (@alisawhat) 8 March 2019 While we've been eagerly awaiting 'Avengers: Endgame' in April, Captain Marvel's already made her way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and we can't wait to watch the most powerful superhero in the MCU in her full glory! While the movie will primarily be about the origins of Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel, she has a significant role to play in 'Avengers: Endgame'. If you've seen the 'Avengers: Infinity War' end credit scene, you will know exactly what I am talking about. © Walkt Disney Studios Motion pictures But since you're done contemplating when and where to catch this show, here is something to put your restlessness at ease. Some Twitter reaction sans spoilers to feast on, before you go watch the film. You won't regret these reactions or the film for sure: (1) Just A Little Know-How Of The Tonality #CaptainMarvel has a great '90s sci-fi vibe w/ a tone unlike any other Marvel movie, really. It's retro & trippy, mysterious & dorky. It's funny in surprising places & badass in all the right places. It remains entertaining because it's always changing. It's got the right stuff pic.twitter.com/o7AvqYY63x — Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) 20 February 2019 (2) Well, A Little About The 'Grossing' Factor #CaptainMarvel (English) - Interval - Entertainment is the main factor 'Marvel' targets at and it is achieved in an effortless way by neat making, proper script and engaging progress. 'Enjoyable' so farð¤ @captainmarvel @Marvel_India @disneyfilmindia — Review Ram (@MovieReviewRam) 8 March 2019 (3) ...And Here's Some Extreme Feedback Instant reaction: #BrieLarson was poorly cast, the plethora of writers led to a haphazard story, there are several feminist Easter eggs throughout, and the relationship between Carol and Rambeau was excessively overrated...lots to say...C- #CaptainMarvel #CaptainMarvelreview pic.twitter.com/gnha09S8MS — Odin's Movie Blog (@OdinsMovieBlog) 8 March 2019 (4) Well, This Is A Given Fans of #CaptainMarvel comics are going to love the movie. Plain and simple. — Brandon Davis (@BrandonDavisBD) 20 February 2019 (5) Here's A Happy Fan @captainmarvel was full of so much girl power I almost cried. So fantastic and empowering to see! Loved the Easter eggs and the #stanlee tribute. #captainmarvel #CaptainMarvelreview — Chantalle (@channy_cas) 6 March 2019 (6) What Did You Think About The First Half? #CaptainMarvelreview [3.75/5] #CaptainMarvelâ â kicks ass! Although this origin story does not deviate from the MCU formula, it surprisingly feels fresh. Films first half could have done with more 'excitement' that the latter parts of the film had. Overall a fun film! #Marvel — Adarsh Kandy (@Akfilmreviews) 7 March 2019 (7) Happy Women's Day Indeed! THANOS! COUNT YOUR FUCKING DAYS BITCH! THE strongest, most powerful woman is coming for you. #captainmarvel pic.twitter.com/AZ253NU5sq — uhlEEsa (@alisawhat) 8 March 2019 (8) Is The Post-Credit Scene Related To Endgame? @CaptMarvelNews An absolute great movie, great chemistry between Fury and Carol, action, humor and a pumping post credit scene! #CaptainMarvelreview #CAPTAINMARVEL #AvengersEndgame — Fer (@d5wna) 8 March 2019 (9) Only One Way To Find Out The best scene was the last one @marvel #CaptainMarvelreview — Ibrahim Nwiran (@Ibrahim_Nwiran) 6 March 2019 (10) Here's An Insight @brielarson is absolutely awesome in @captainmarvel . Her Carol Danvers is funny, sweet, charming all at the same time plus she can take down bad guys like its nothing. #CapitanaMarvel #CaptainMarvelReview — Sehbyyyman (@lazybanz) 7 March 2019 (11) Thank God For That! I saw Captain Marvel tonight, and while it may not be groundbreaking, it was fun and the personal stakes felt real/earned. Plus, it didn't have the usual 3rd act bloat that weighs down most action films today. So, yeah. Thumbs up. #CaptainMarvelreview — Evelyn Anne (@evelynanne) 8 March 2019 (12) This Is A Popular Opinion Just saw Captain Marvel. I only have to say one thing: THANOS. IS. F***ED. In all seriousness though, a hilarious, empowering, amazing film. Lots of twists and turns, an amazing end credit scene, and a beautiful tribute to the late Stan Lee. #CaptainMarvel #CaptainMarvelreview — Kyle Sandino (@KyleSandino) 6 March 2019 (13) How Many Do You Have? Everybody walking out of #CaptainMarvel reassessing their Endgame theories pic.twitter.com/6ScrfakFcz — francesca ð (@francescaaahhhh) 8 March 2019 (14) Why Would He Tweet About His Friend Though? My friend was bored through the movie, stiff acting, bland cinematography nothing vibrant, coolest shot was in the trailer, and fury loses his eye in the dumbest way possible and Brie's human character isn't that likeable. — yah (@_TheRealJerome_) 8 March 2019 (15) Touche! #CaptainMarvel's awesome. Brie Larson is wonderful as Carol Danvers, her character is beautifully realized, and her chemistry with Samuel L. Jackson is pitch-perfect. Ben Mendelsohn's Talos makes for a solid villain. It's very funny, it's wildly energetic, and it's full of heart. — DEJ #TimesUpForBryanSinger (@john_tyler646) 8 March 2019 (16) Okay, That's It, We're Booking Our Tickets #CaptainMarvel is a blast! It moved along at a wonderful pace, and introduced us to a POWERFUL new hero. Brie Larson shines, and the supporting cast Is stellar. The hype is real about Mr. Ben Mendolsohn. probably my favorite story marvel has done. So Great! endgame here we come! — Dan (@MrOptomisticrit) 8 March 2019 Also, if you are a 90s teen, you'll definitely love the soundtrack! Well, any Superhero movie first boasts of its soundtrack, doesn't it? This one's gonna be good. I FUCKING LOVED #CAPTAINMARVEL Its very different than most of the MCU films and so very 90s. It's funny and fun and super empowering. It made me feel proud to be a woman. Also, as a 90s teen, the soundtrack....oh, the soundtrack â¤ — Yolanda Machado (@SassyMamainLA) 20 February 2019 And, the movie opens with a Stan Lee tribute right in the beginning. Oops did I say too much? Well, time to book them tickets because it's going to be one hell of a show!
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsIf you're a preacher of football, you know there are two kinds of fans: Real Madrid fans and people who hate Sergio Ramos. Needless to say, the majority of us belong to the latter category. No matter how good a defender Ramos is (probably the best in the world), he has proven time and again to be a total sh*thouse. From leading Spain to its maiden World Cup to winning three consecutive Champions Leagues, the Real Madrid icon has done it all, but all of that stands for nothing when Ramos shows the not-so-beautiful side of his game. From his cynical foul on Mo Salah to the infamous antics to stop Lionel Messi, we've seen it all. Often considered as 'The Master Of Dark Arts', Ramos boasts of a trophy cabinet like no other in the world of football, but to have more red cards than trophies, is a bit of a stretch. © Reuters This time, the Los Blancos skipper got into headlines after the UEFA's Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body held him accountable for getting a deliberate yellow card for a foul on Ajax striker Kasper Dolberg, in the 89th minute. This yellow card means Ramos will be suspended from the home leg of the fixture. By picking up a suspension at this stage, Ramos has reduced the risk of missing a potentially more important match later in the competition, as all bookings are wiped following the quarter-final stage. However, a player who is found to have obtained a booking deliberately can be banned for two games. Ramos, who has been handed a one-game ban, has a hearing on February 28 where he might face the same consequences as Valencia's Geoffrey Kondogbia, who after the same actions was banned for two matches. © Reuters There is a strong possibility that the foul Ramos committed was a deliberate one. Considering he wanted to go clean for the latter stage of the competition plus his own admission saying, “be lying if I said I didn't force [the booking].” Ramos later clarified his post-match comments, saying, "I was referring to forcing the foul, a foul that was inevitable. Not to forcing the booking. It was a very dangerous counter-attack in the 88th minute, with an open match and the tie as well." UEFA will definitely see this as an opportunity to send out a message to other players, thus, safeguarding the ethics of the game. This might finally be the time when Sergio Ramos will not get away with murder.