- Apr 3, 2002
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It's not just you. It's cheap fan-service with little to no value beyond scrapping the barrel of nostalgia. I had a fun time with No Way Home and under the right circumstances I wouldn't object to seeing something similar again, but overall it has happened a lot and mostly poorly. What's done is done, trying to relive past days of glory prove that you have nothing interesting to show in the present and it won't even feel the same now.
I just don't see the point of constantly rehashing things and versions we didn't even like all that much. Maybe some were OK for their time, but I want to move on and get to the new things. New characters and actors.
Listen, I love Hugh Jackman and everything, but I want to see the MCU's version of the X-Men. I don't want all this Multiverse crap.
Even the scene in Marvels didn't get me excited because it was just so confusing and the CG in that post-credit scene looked AWFUL.