I left the movie feeling super unsatisfied, but now that I've thought on it longer, I realized my unsatisfaction was simply because it's part 1 of 2 and the story didn't finish yet. The movie itself was amazing, they did a great job of giving the enormous cast a fair amount of screen time each, all while incorporating a lot of action and suspense. It's certainly not as good as Spiderman or Black Panther, but it's a well put-together movie, though I suspect the sequel will surpass it by a lot.
A lot of people have felt the same way, but what some don't realize is that this movie is really centered around Thanos, he's the unifying character, and when you look at the movie that way, it makes a lot more sense.
Here's a theory/paradox I thought of while coloring,
What if the color we know is different from what others see! HEAR ME OUT... K so what if the same color we both know like "red", we both call it a warm color, color of fire, bright..
but what if another person actually sees it as a dark purple... they would still call it warm and bright and color of fire even though you would actually call it a dark cool purple, they just never ever knew from the beginning that the thing they call red is different from yours
Lets flip the situation, say red's is actually seen as a light blue in other's eyes but you see it as the red you know.. they's still call it red and warm but in reality you have a flipped color pallet.
keep trying to wrap your head around it, what if every one sees a color differently but just knows what they see and call it... You all call a certain color green, but one person actually sees it as pink and another as yellow.. BUT you all call it pink.
why is the sky blue? well we all know and call it blue but do we see it the same? for all we know one person would call it blue but actually sees it orange but it's called blue.. and none of us knows this because its what we know it is. It's a color! but is it?
I think that we collectively as a whole agree on what color something is like the sky. People do have altered levels of color recognition but not to where the majority may perceive it as a different color not knowing any better. Fun fact I have what is called Hunters Vision meaning that my warm colors like red, orange, and yellow are compromised while I see greens and browns in a wider range than most people. It is called Hunters vision because it is a genetic trait that gave people back in the day when people hunted an advantage. O_O Boy only reason I know it is a red light is because it is not green LOL. I am like hm is it shining or not...because reds and oranges are not vibrant or that different to me.
If I rememeber correctly this is in fact the case in some parts of Asia for example their idea of green and blue is not the same as most other places (my source is an Asian friend maybe he is just crazy)
Big gross brown silverfish with big clamps/forceps on their back so they can pinch you.
But in medieval times they thought earwigs burrowed into your ears at night, ate your brain and then they would lay eggs there so they can feast on your brain.