When an unexpected enemy emerges and threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, director of the international peacekeeping agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D., finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. Spanning the globe, a daring recruitment effort begins!
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Nick Fury of S.H.E.I.L.D. has been forced by the Asgardian Loki to enact the Avengers intiative. The members slowly learn how to work with each other, even though Loki's meddeling had almost destroyed their ship. The way the avengers attaked and got revenge agaianst Loki was the reason this movie was so good. It characterizes the belife to never stop fighting, and it also had great action scenes as well.
What an incredible, wonderfully-done film!!! I absolutely love the Marvel Universe, and every character in it! This movie restored my faith in superhero movies, and led me to believe that things can get better with Marvel. Captain America and Iron Man are my favorite characters, and Chris Evans along with Robert Downey Jr. did extraordinary performances. The Avengers was one of my absolute favorite movies of 2012, and I can't wait until the second one is released! My brother, who is seven years, thoroughly enjoyed this movie, and told me after, "That was my favorite movie! Let's see it again...get me the DVD for my birthday!" My father who is a tough critic also fell in love with this film, and my mother is quite taken with Chris Hemsworth! Loved it, bought it, worth watching!
i really love this film and love the way they brought all the characters together. everythink fits in well through out the film and is action packed. its also great how they link the other super hero films into it and i love they super heros they have choosen. i am a great fan of this film and would like to see marvel making more films.
If you haven't seen Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Thor, and Captain America... WHERE THE HELL HAVE YOU BEEN!?!?!?!?!?!
Seriously... those movies are a MUST for you to understand the entire story of The Avengers.
Now anyone who knows me knows I am a huge Marvel junkie... was from way back in the day when I collected comics. I am VERY PICKY about the way the Marvel superhero movies are done.
I was extremely please with all the Iron Man movies, Thor, and even the 2nd Hulk movie... not a huge lover of the first Hulk movie or Captain America but at least Captain America was tolerable compared to that first Hulk movie (Eric Bana is bad Hulk!)
I love Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark aka Iron Man. Every movie he plays this role in seems to me he's getting better at being Tony Stark. I love Chris Hemsworth as Thor. I can tolerate Scarlett Johansson as the Black Widow and Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury. I like Chris Evans... that's why I saw Captain America even though I am not a huge Captain America fan. I am extremely delighted in Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye cause he really looks the part and his acting is always spot on. Tom Hiddleston as Loki... flawless as always (I just wanna hug Loki for some reason).
Where my major concern was ... was of course, where most fans concern was, THE HULK aka BRUCE BANNER. Mark Ruffalo plays this part... and he NAILS it. I mean, he reminded me of Bill Bixby in the original TV version of The Hulk. I was SO pleased that the Hulk finally got someone RIGHT to play his part. And then ... HULK SMASH... and The Hulk says some stuff... I was SO pleased that someone finally got The Hulk right on screen.
Even if that someone was someone I am essentially mad at... by the name of JOSS WHEDON. Ah, Joss Whedon, he who killed BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER for me by season 4 of the series with all the story line BS of "the key" and Buffy going all psycho... yes... THAT Joss Whedon. So, he is behind one of the BEST Superhero movies I have ever seen. Gah. And I have to ADMIT THAT? Ok, Joss, you win this round. Still mad about some things from Buffy... but when it comes to Superhero movies... you did the Avengers some TRUE justice... so thank you.
This movie is everything that a MARVEL/AVENGERS fan would want. And with the ending... a promise perhaps of a sequel?!?!? *crosses fingers*
I saw The Avengers in 3D (it's my first EVER 3D movie since I was 3 and saw King Kong). I recommend seeing it this way because it was totally awesome from start to finish... a little hard to keep up with SOME of the action in some parts but it was WELL worth it for the effect of it all.
Overall, I think this is the Superhero movie of the year... if not DECADE. We superhero fans have been waiting for this... and it's everything promised and then some (great awesome HULK funny moments too). I won't ruin the movie AT ALL for you... SEE IT... SEE IT NOW!!!!
I hesitated between giving this movie 3 or 4 stars. The reason is it takes a little while for the pace to pick up, and if you haven't seen the Hulk, or Thor it can start very slow. With that said, once the action picks up-this films a rockin! Excellent special effects - great cast - and family friendly storyline. I would definitely recommend!
I first went to see this film in cinemas when it was first released and I am so glad I did, every single minute of the film was enjoyed and it was shot perfectly. The special effects used throughout the film are made so seamlessly that its hard to spot whether or not its CGI (Computer Generated Images) or practical work. Also throughout the film they're are so many different feelings for it. One minute it could be smooth and calm, then the next your smashed into action. Or it will be a deadly fight with something and it will end with such a great laugh. The film adds a lot of comedy into the film, but it works so well and the film keeps its seriousness through the entire length. The Avengers is such a pay off for the many years of waiting and build up for it from previous Marvel films such as Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Incredible Hulk. I did only watch the film once, but I will be sure to buy it on Blu-Ray as soon as I can. Because really, the best way to watch a brilliant film such as this is to watch it on Blu-Ray...
"MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS", The perfect recipe comprised of every iconic, universal savior: "The Iron Man" (Robert Downey, Jr.; "Captain America" (Chris Evans); "The Incredible Hulk" (Mark Ruffalo); "Thor" (Chris Hemsthorth) the Norse god of thunder and lightening, wields his anvil and fells countless villains. My favorites were "Loki" , the Norse god of fire and trickery (aesthetically, beautifully mendacious portrayal by Tom Hiddleston) and the "Black Widow" (red- headed, buffed, lethal combination of "Lisbeth Salander and "Evelyn Salt", Scarlett Johansson). The 220 million dollars spent on this visual extravaganza guarantees a good time for both audience and actors!