April 26, 2012

THE AVENGERS movie review

it was just really exciting scene after scene watching the collective Avengers in one screen. Thor, Ironman, Captain America, Black Widow, the Incredible Hulk, Hawkeye and Nick Fury giving us a serving of what they can do in the (hopefully) first installment of The Avengers by Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Pictures.
even not as a comic fan, i just enjoyed the whole movie with all those not-Michael Bay blasts and action. the more interesting execution of the characters by Robert Downey, Jr. (Ironman) and Chris Evans (Captain America) is that in spite of their superhero abilities, the more human persona gets out of their wits. even gods Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) were even deceived by the earthlings in their stay. the mission is to acquire the Tesseract, a strong mineral from space capable of producing power for living or to destroy. aimed to be protected by S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), he secretly forms a plan of bringing together incredible humans to resist evil plans when the Tesseract was acquired by other individuals.
my only thing from the promotions and movies produced that Black Widow and Hawkeye were not given as equal billing like Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and the Hulk which weve known the origins from previous movies. but they were given equal shining opportunities throughout the movie. what i mean are the stunts and fighting techniques that they all used. everything is super though maintained to be human: Hawkeye recycles his arrows, Captain America and Tony Stark's funny dialogue and the Hulk -- just smashes! Mark Ruffalo, by the way, did a splendid job on the character. even the graphic Hulk is incredibly fascinating, the closest modifications to Mark's face.
seeing it in 3D is ok with those pointing things coming out of the screen. you can maximize the great movie experience with the good quality of sound from the cinema. but all in all, the movie isn't too stressing from all the blasts and violence. but parental guidance is still recommended.

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