One Marvelous Scene - Teach Me
So, hopefully it isn't too late to get into the One Marvelous Scene playlist. Here is a link to it so you can see the other videos by over 100 video essayists, some more talented than others, but all equally deserving of your time and attention.
The One Marvelous Scene I have picked for this project (and I know, my video is late) is the beautiful "Teach me" moment in Doctor Strange. Back in 2016, my life was being built from a dark place, and being able to go see the Marvel movies in theaters on premiere night was one of the things that made me feel like a responsible and financially independent adult. Probably largely due to this, but also because this movie is just great, Doctor Strange became my favorite Marvel movie in the entire MCU. And this one marvelous scene, the "Teach me" scene, has got to be my favorite part of it. Now let me tell you why.
Avengers Endgame had some incredible moments in it. Captain America Lift Mjolnir, which had every single person in the theater (mostly me) screaming. Iron Man snaps the nanogauntlet and dusts thanos. Spiderman comes back. Clint Barton, AKA Hawkeye goes crazy after losing his family, and Bruce Banner and the Hulk have somehow become Professor Hulk off screen, and also we got to see Professor Hulk dab ... so yeah, there's that. But prior to Avengers Endgame, there were 21 incredible movies full of superheros of all kind that made up the beautiful intertwining narrative come to be known as the MCU .
Now, an amazing team of video essayists have come together to talk about their favorite scenes from the MCU.
Also, Thor . Not just Thor. Fat Thor. That was pretty funny, I guess
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