This is amazingly detailed. One theme to add would be Marvel Avengers Endgame I love you 3000 Iron Man shirt theme, first heard in “Red ledger” in Avengers Assemble when Nat is talking with Loki. I don’t know if it appears anywhere else, but its also played at the very beginning of “I was made for this” before the Solemn Death Theme (Coulson’s sacrifice music) is played. Someone else has also pointed out that a variant of Starks sacrifice theme, first introduced in Avengers assemble when he flies the nuke through the wormhole (One-way trip), is played during “The One” after Dr. Strange gives the signal to Stark.
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This is great stuff. I prefer this over IW because IMO Silvestri really nailed the intimate moments here. Thank you for bringing to my attention the fact that I hadn’t been listening to the full version of ‘Totally Fine’… for some reason the version posted in the MarvelMusicVevo channel is less than 2 minutes long and, among other things, omits the ‘Porch’ statement at the beginning. Everyone was saying that track was at the beginning of ‘Totally Fine’ and I tried SO hard to hear the theme in it, I was sure either I was crazy or everyone else was… This is closer to what I wanted from the Marvel Avengers Endgame I love you 3000 Iron Man shirt avengers ost, with multiple characters themes appearing from previous movies. It’s a shame they either aren’t on an album or they’re just brief snippets.
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One possible detail. Essentially showing how the revival is his plan Marvel Avengers Endgame I love you 3000 Iron Man shirt. I think it is close to an inversion but not quite. Honestly, I’m trying to figure out which one I prefer, but it’s hard for me because I really hated his needing for a variety of reasons, and each option has its pros and cons for why I dislike it. Because even though it’s way simpler to handle than typical movie time-travel, split timelines are still ridiculously complex and it’s not obvious how they interact from a local perspective. Technically the Russos are right, but also technically Old Steve should have appeared on the platform. But that would’ve ruined the dramatic moment so. Yikes, what kinda Game Of Thrones episode is this.