I am only one man. With one dinky little blog that I write purely as a hobby. And if you take nothing else away from my ramblings, know that I don’t like it when the How It Should Have Ended cartoons cut to their inane Batman/Superman cafe scenes.
It totally ruins an otherwise awesome Aquaman parody.
These animators have a great gimmick. They are often very funny. And the animation is killer. But stop shooting yourselves in the foot by making every superhero episode cut to Batman and Superman saying the same catch phrases over and over in a cafe! Especially stop making it the bulk of your gorram episode!
There I was, waiting to see how they planned to “really” end Aquaman…only for Batman to swoop in and make their jokes and ruin the moment. Not cool, people.
Once upon a time, I was going to write a post about how Newt Scamander doesn’t actually do anything in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. Rewatch the film and you’ll see. He doesn’t impact the main plot until maybe at the very end.
Either way, the new sequel is out today! So let’s enjoy the video.
Solid How It Should Have Ended. Thankfully, when they don’t do superheroes, they don’t go to their Batman/Superman cafe scenes. I like that.
Incredibles 2 was so bland that I don’t actually remember how it ended, or how this video changes that ending. Honestly, based on this How It Should Have Ended for the movie, I’m rather shocked that this isn’t how the movie ended.
Did Incredibles 2 seriously do something other than Dash and Violet using their actual powers to save the day? What did they even do in the climax?!
The How It Should Have Ended people have finally come out with their Ant-Man and the Wasp cartoon, which should have come out on Tuesday! What the heck, guys? You gotta be quicker on the SEO draw! Anyway, watch and enjoy.
Though I would be remiss if I didn’t point out that there are valid reasons why Ant-Man and the Wasp didn’t rush off to help out at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. I mentioned them before, but you gotta remember, the alien attack on New York City lasted all of a half an hour, and then Tony Stark went missing. Then everything else happened in secret in Wakanda.
There’s no way Hank and Hope would let Scott run off chasing alien rumors, and there’s no way Scott would just take the suit and run off again without permission. So it’s perfectly reasonable that Scott and Hope didn’t rush off to help. How would they even get to New York City or Wakanda?
Unfortunately, the sequel to Jurassic World was not called The Lost Park: Jurassic World. The movie will never live that down. But how about also never living down the…
And the How It Should Have Ended:
In the end, we’ll all forget this movie until the next one comes out, then it will just serve as a middle movie that nobody particularly cares about in the end. Made a lot of money, though.