25 Things Only Adults Notice In Marvel Movies
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There are some moments in the MCU that kids just won't pick up on... And for good reason! Subscribe to our channel for more awesome videos: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant

Did you ever watch a movie as a kid and have your parent laugh at something that you didn’t get? We’ve certainly been there. It was often the case that when someone older would laugh, you would decide to laugh along rather than pausing the movie midway to figure out what the joke meant. As we get older and watch movies, we have started to notice more and more adult content is peppered throughout popular films. Take Shrek for example. That was a classic case of a kids movies that appealed greatly to adults as well. Movie producers understood that often guardians accompany children to movies, so if they like it as well and are laughing at more adult jokes, then they are more likely to buy a ticket to the sequel. Clever! Whether it’s an old movie reference or an innuendo, adults love having specific content tailor made to get them chuckling. Marvel movies are no exception. Today we will be looking at 25 things only adults notice in Marvel movies and will be covering everything from dirty jokes to deeper meanings and metaphors behind films. We’ll explain how Black Panther tackles bigger issues such as race relations in North America and while a child may just see T’Challa being the all powerful head of the nation Wakanda, an adult see’s a character that is free of Western colonization. We’ll also be covering all sorts of adult jokes such as the moment in Avengers: Age of Ultron when Tony Stark chimes saying “Clint, you’ve had a tough week. We won’t hold it against ya it you can’t get it up.” We hope you enjoy this topic as much as we do. Come along for the ride!

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