@indomitableregal: Also I used the word “troll” correctly in this instance, so you bringing up past incorrect uses is completely irrelevant to the discussion at hand.
Spelling? Grammar? Your really trying to find everything you can possibly criticize about my posts, and your likely just dodging the fact that you were wrong.
You are 100% wrong and I can’t see how you can say otherwise. You said “I’m not interested in Black Widow at all” (which is completely fine), then you also said your “not interested in the movie at all”. Your follow up to this comment was that your “interested in Taskmaster” (who is in the movie). So which is it? Are you not “at all” interested, or are you interested in an aspect of the movie. You can’t say your not at all interested then say your interested in a part of the movie.
@indomitableregal: No I’m not upset that you don’t want to see Black Widow, and never tell another person what they are thinking. I saw you contradicted yourself with your own post so I just wanted a clarification on weather you were interested in Taskmaster (who is in the Black Widow movie) or not.
Ahhahahhahahhahahahha wrong again. I said people were trolling when they tried to say Widow “never developed”, or “was never a character”. I never said “if you don’t think her performance was Oscar worthy your a troll”, so don’t put words in my mouth, and that sir (you putting words in my mouth) is trolling (practically begging me to correct your extremely false claims)
Also I tagged you just to correct your statement, and instead of answering you chose to search through my past statements in an attempt to cover up that fact that saying your not “interested at all in something” then following it is by saying your interested in a certain aspect of the movie is 100% faulty logic. If your interested in Taskmaster, then your at least a little interested in the “movie” itself, whether you like Nat or not.
Don’t tag me again if your going to twist my words and lie about my past statements
Wanda can read minds without moving her hands, many people forgot this. In AOU she says “I can read him, he is dreaming” while she is reading the soon to be Vision’s mind, and earlier in the film she attempts to read Ultrons mind (before realizing he is a robot), and she also tries to read Klaw’s mind. She can thus read Mysterio’s mind and figure out the tech, then release an AOE blast. Wanda wins this only if she fights like how I said, if not she gets one shot.