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Which character were you most invested in watching The Falcon and The Winter Soldier?

Which character were you most invested in watching The Falcon and The Winter Soldier?

Sam

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Bucky

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Sam

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John
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John

I love his struggles more, he has a personal struggle when it comes filling Cap's shoes and an external struggle when it comes to taking the colors of a nation who was anything but kind to people who look like him, fantastic character work + a brilliant performance too.

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Christopher Garrett
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Christopher Garrett

I completely understand his struggles as a black man in America

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Bluedragonfive
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Bluedragonfive

Much as I loved seeing bucky adjust to civilian life as man outta time w/ a chip on his shoulder, Sam Wilson's story is very compelling. Particularly w/ the Isiah Bradley element of the story and having classic marvel troubles to overcome.

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Joshua Russo
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Joshua Russo

Sam's plight feels more visceral. I'm not a black man but I'm friends with one, one day we were walking down the street and arguing about something stupid regarding a TV show, and cops pull out and they were a lot more hostile towards him than me even thought we both were making noise.

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Acer
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Acer

I love Sam. I love that he always tries to deescalate a tense situation, I love that he is full of empathy, even for people others write off as terrorists, I love that he is not a glory hog, he sees the shield as a colossal responsibility and not a way to get acclamation and fame.

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Acer
Acer

I love that he doesn't give up on people, he attempts to save Isaiah from his bitterness (which is justified but it is poisonous to his soul). He also attempts to save Karli from her anger and resentment, sadly he fails with her but he never gave up. I love Sam, he is the best MCU character.

Acer
Acer

I love that he is not bitter, he is not filled with resentment over how he has been treated. I love that he is an optimist, always striving to do better and pushing other people to do the same.

SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

Nothing against Bucky, but Sam's struggles were more real and relatable.

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James Gibbs-G
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James Gibbs-G

He was given the shield

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rockmanlp
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rockmanlp

Bucky didn't have a character in the movies, but I won't watch this show because Disney is evil, racist, communist, etc.

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Ren Davis
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Ren Davis

I feel like you have to say Sam since he had more of an arc whereas Bucky kind of got shafted again. They’ve gotten closer with Bucky, but they aren’t quite there yet on having a take on him.

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Bucky

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Alex007
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Alex007

I think that the show does a great job with both of them but I like Bucky more. He feels very protective of Steve's legacy and needs Steve to be right about Sam because he want's Steve to be right about everything, including him and his own redemption .

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Gregor Tolyns
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Gregor Tolyns

The race relations exploration with Sam and Isaiah is fantastic, but I like Bucky's escape from the past more. He starts the show unable to fully confront his past, his attempts being misguided and half-hearted but in the end he is able to break free, to rip off the band-aid & leave the past behind.

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Ellie Guzules
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Ellie Guzules

I watched it for Baron Helmut Zemo, but Bucky was second.

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Brian Klein
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Brian Klein

I love the Winter Soldier. No other reason than that!

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illuminatedi
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illuminatedi

sam made all the wrong choices,

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Amelia Carcamo
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Amelia Carcamo

Because if he wasn’t right about Sam then he wasn’t right about him

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kenzie hardesty
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kenzie hardesty

They both had amazing roles and did amazing in their roles but I feel like bucky was protective in a good way and loved alot less then everyone else in the film.

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IamTheGuamGuy
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IamTheGuamGuy

Bucky is just overall more compelling as he’s like Steve in that he’s a man out of time but with even more baggage. Plus I feel the more we learn about Bucky we indirectly learn more about Steve as they were basically brothers to each other.

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Waira
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Waira

Bucky’s character development is a long time in the making. It was great to get a deeper look into his mind and see him overcome his internal battles. I’m excited to see what’s next for the evolution of his character.

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Jedi Knight
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Jedi Knight

What Standard Tom said.

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Does the latest Sonic 2 trailer have you worried, or are you excited about seeing it?

Does the latest Sonic 2 trailer have you worried, or are you excited about seeing it?

I'm leery of it

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I think it looks great

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I'm leery of it

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I think it looks great

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What is your preferred era of Power Rangers?

What is your preferred era of Power Rangers?

Mighty Morphin Era

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Disney Era

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Mighty Morphin Era

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Bob Garlen Sr.
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Bob Garlen Sr.

I love the MM Era and with the recent comics I think a lack of an Animated Series is a huge, missed opportunity.

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Disney Era

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VideoGameSecrets
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VideoGameSecrets

Dino Thunder’s great, S.P.D. is the best show ever, Jungle Fury is amazing, and when Sagan comes back with Samurai and Megaforce, it just appeals to kids more, and I like the edgy feel of the Disney era without it being to edgy.

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Justin Riley
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Justin Riley

The MMPR era was fun, but the Disney era was arguably the most consistently entertaining and at times mature that Power Rangers has ever been.

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