I love this movie, but you couldn't pay me to watch that ending without covering my eyes ever again.
There just aren't enough LGBTAQ+ movies like this, where the central conflict isn't necessarily about how everyone else will react to the main character's orientation, but rather the character himself and his longstanding insecurities and issues.
It's a sweet movie that I didn't even know I wanted to see, but now that I have, I'm glad.
The problematic element in all this is Joss Whedon -- a super-nerd who's been given all the freedom to do what he wants, and done that he has.
For starters, it's practically inaccessible to anyone who's not familiar with the comics or hasn't at least seen the entire Marvel roster, which is expansive and not really worth sitting through in full anyway.
That seems to be a tactic of his, appealing to the fanboy crowd as to shield himself from…