The Avengers Movie


This is a one explosive movie.

Marvel has taken years of preparation and years of building the anticipation for this movie.

It started with the “Hulk” movie and then one after the other, Nick Fury and the other Avengers cast just kept on showing up at the end of each “Marvel” movie.

First off, if you haven’t heard of “The Avengers” then I’m sure you’ve been living under a rock – Just kidding! Seriously, if you haven’t watched it, you should. If you don’t get the chance to see it on the big screen, then you’d better watch out for the DVD version.  If you’re going to wait for the DVD version though, I suggest that you watch the individual movies of each Avenger.

If you are not very familiar with Marvel’s The Avengers, basically, it’s a sci-fi movie about a group of superheroes which are members of a peacekeeping agency called S.H.I.E.L.D. Nick Fury, a.k.a. the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. formed The Avengers which will be the peacekeepers of the Earth but from what I’ve seen in the movie – it appears that it’s mostly just New York (or was it NY? – NOT SURE). Lol!

The Avengers consist of a group of superheroes which come from Earth and “some” particularly, “Thor” who is of another Universe. Aside from Thor, the other members are Iron Man, The Hulk, Captain America, Hawk Eye and Black Widow who by the way, is my new favorite girl superhero. Well, she’s not the hottest but she is certainly is my favorite as of the moment.  If you want to know why, watch the movie and then ask me if you still haven’t figured it out.

The effects are superb, except one itsy bitsy part. There’s this part when New York (or was it? – again, I’m not sure, all I know is it’s the place where Stark Tower is) was under attack and Captain America was surrounded by the enemies from another planet. Iron Man lands beside him (or something like that) and shoots some off the enemies and jumps up for flight again. It looked a bit rubbery; I mean that scene, because Captain America was moving too fast and too flexible as well as Iron Man. I’m not sure how exactly to describe it but that’s just a minor thing. Everything else in the movie- I loved. I loved it because I knew about each of the characters personality and watched each “individual” movie of the heroes that were there. Although for someone who have not read or have been told who each character was and what they actually do, they would just love the effects but not the story itself. Oh hell, it’s not even about the story anymore, IT IS about the effects.

Here is some major spoiler alert – if you haven’t watched the movie and if you DON’T WANT TO GET PISSED, SKIP THIS PART:  “Phil” dies in the movie who is also known as Agent _____________ and that gives willpower to The Avengers to fight when they were just losing hope. That part got me a bit teary eyed, but don’t tell anybody! I liked Phil a lot.

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For the effects I give it a 9.5, if it wasn’t for the “rubbery part”. For the actual story, I give it a 6.5 since not all folks who watch this would understand nor know each history of the members of “The Avengers”.  All I can say though is that Marvel did not disappoint and undoubtedly prepared for this one.

Oh and here are some points, if you want to know, Loki plays the “bad guy”. If you’re wondering if there will be a sequel, there is a chance since at the end, you get to see another “Marvel “character (ehm… that’s “Tanus”).

Also, my favorite part is when Iron Man died. Again, just kidding! But you got to wait for the part before Hulk says  – “Puny God”. I won’t tell you what it’s about but it was hilarious!

Lastly, watch out for Cameo appearances of other actors and “Stanley” (as usual) in the movie.

If you want to know more about the cast, director and creators of the movie, follow this link:

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/marvels_the_avengers/

If you want to check out the movie straight from Wiki, use this shortcut:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Avengers_(2012_film)

TTFN!

 

 

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~ by akasha824 on April 29, 2012.

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