My 14 year old daughter is OBSESSED with this movie. She texted me the link to the trailer literally five minutes after it aired for the first time. Pretty good feeling that I will be taking her to this...or at least funding her trip to the theater. Depends on if I am still cool enough to go with her by then.I think my daughter is going to have a new favorite character.
Vulnerable was the word I was thinking of for Nick Fury. He's timidly asking someone if they know how to fly a quinjet instead of walking onto one with someone and just expecting it to be flown for him. The last few seconds of the film in space have me pretty geeked.That actually did more to sell me on this movie than anything I've seen so far. I have little interest in Carol Danvers, but if you're pitching me something that's at least partially Kree-Skrull space opera I'm down for that.
I also like how Jackson is playing a less jaded and paranoid Fury here. He's just an agent at this point, not a guy with the weight of the world and countless secrets both mundane and intergalactic eating away at him.
Marvel has earned my trust. I have a hard time imagining that they'd completely botch a movie to the point I wouldn't like it. This one looks fun.I don't know how I feel about it yet. The trailers look interesting, but if the movie lives up to what Marvel has been putting out in recent years, I'll be pretty happy.