Marvel's The Avengers
Academy Award® Nominee
The Super Hero team up of a lifetime, featuring iconic Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. When an unexpected enemy emerges that... View more >
intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, and a mild drug reference
Starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo... View more >
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The Avengers did not disappoint. I thought it was everything I was hoping that it would be. Each of the character's individual stories were woven together very well to make them the team that they became.
I'm glad the movie was longer because it allowed for some necessary character and plot development that made the whole thing work better. I liked how the heroes dealt with both conflict amongst themselves as well as with their foes. Loki was an impressive villain.
If there was one drawback it was when the larger battle happens later in the movie and a generous amount of CGI was used for the enemy forces. It was well done, but the movie shifts a bit at that point. It all comes around well though and Mr. Whedon earned another big feather for his cap.
I loved this movie! You have to see this on the big screen at least once because of all of the action scenes. Very impressive! Thank you.
This is about the best movie you'll probably see all summer. It lives up to it's hype. I was hoping it would be a longer movie as all these super hero movies tent to be just over and hour and this one is over 2 hours which helps the plot develop.
And there are some good laughs along the was due to the type of characters involved. And of course lots of action. Some may complain of the CGI, but without it, you couldn't have the great special effects that this movie presents.
'Marvel's The Avengers" is a movie worthy of mention because how can you get at least six superheroes in the same movie? Not easy, but it's worth the payoff. The Avengers came from the mind of Stan Lee who may have created The Avengers as Marvel's answer to DC's The Justice League. Of the six, three of them has their start in a comic called Tales of Suspense with Captain America getting a restart. Not bad for a title that started out as a horror comic in the 1950's. The Avengers were banded by Nick Fury who has been talk of a Avengers for many years is such titles as "Iron Man" and "Thor." The villain Loki is no pushover villain. He's a villain for one reason and oner reason only to destroy the world. He and his ary of darkness in one scene has turned New York City into a battle zone. I like that scene where the Avengers get together to kick butt just to save mankind. What I liike in the movie that the heroes have great chemistry. This is probaby the coolest superhero movie ever. But don't take my word for it. Go see it. Oh yes, my favorite superhero is tghe Black Widow, played by Scarlett Johansson. I'm glad they added a woman to the group.
Hate to be buzz kill but I was underwhelmed by this movie. The story was weak and the action became tiresome after a while. And it made me not want to see Battleship which is coming soon as that movie looks like the same action scenes as this movie.
Easily the best movie of the year so far. Joss Whedon is a master and given an opportunity to shine, he excels, at the top of his game. Quite possibly the perfect summer movie.
Its a great movie and it has alot of action I just loved it.
The best superhero movie ever made. Let's put it this way: the clapping was loud at the end, both times I went to go see it, and the laughing at times still obscured some of the dialogue. This may be the best movie of the summer. If it isn't, we're in for one helluva summer.
Every aspect was good, from the special effects, to the acting. The humor was perfect: subtle, perfectly timed. The story was amazing, the characters all flawed and interesting, and the 3D was not gimmicky. I've seen it twice - in 3D and 2D and this is one of the few times I think it actually worked better in 3D (like Avatar did - it added the dimension without being annoying and hurting the eyes). Loved it, loved it, loved it!
I'd say that was the best movie I've ever seen.
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