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Zaxxon

4,057 posts

66 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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In that case.......awwwwwwwww yeeaahhhh.

Have yet to watch the other superhero movies as I am not a film buff, loved Iron Man 1 & 2 though. I'll watch them soon to get a bit of back story. The trailers look brilliant.

Civpilot

5,781 posts

146 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Zaxxon said:
In that case.......awwwwwwwww yeeaahhhh.

Have yet to watch the other superhero movies as I am not a film buff, loved Iron Man 1 & 2 though. I'll watch them soon to get a bit of back story. The trailers look brilliant.
Thor is the one to watch for backstory here yes as his Brother Loki is teh main baddie (not a spoiler, it's in all the trailers!!) and you need to understand why this is.

slipstream 1985

5,124 posts

85 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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loved the lord of the rings link.

Halb

31,007 posts

89 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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I don't think you really need to watch the previous films, they are no integral and you won't have missed much, Thor was pretty wk, and Cap USA was so-so. They come across as rushed jobs just to set up The Avengers.

bexVN

12,777 posts

117 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Having seen all the films introducing all the characters we finally got to see Avengers Assembled on Thurs. I was not disappointed. Didn't bother with 3D though. Good action adventure with some good humour thrown in. It's a bit slow to start with but all good. Good to see Joss Whedon at the helm of a film like this smile
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Dakkon

6,714 posts

159 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Superb film, hulk steals the show

bexVN

12,777 posts

117 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Dakkon said:
Superb film, hulk steals the show
yes he was very good, yet out of all the films his is my least favourite. I said to Hubby after seeing it that I really liked Hulk in this.

PeXy

1,744 posts

77 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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bexVN said:
Dakkon said:
Superb film, hulk steals the show
yes he was very good, yet out of all the films his is my least favourite. I said to Hubby after seeing it that I really liked Hulk in this.
But I think I like this hulk better than the other two, I did like the Eric Banner hulk though....

I rember reading comics (in fact they may be inb my loft!!) but I remember spider man coming in to the avengers and having a massiv e scrap with Hulk(who had been possesed by an alien spore thing) Nick Fury was in it. Wonder if we will see spiderman come into it in the future.

Is there any talk of a new hulk film with that actor?

curtisl

1,355 posts

112 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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I saw this last night. My mate filled me in on the Thor/Loki story and captain America having not seen those and I loved the film. I saw it in 3d which was my first 3d film and the effects were pretty good. They managed to cram everyone's story in, all the avengers got good screen time. The hulk had the best moments for me.

I am not a massive comic film lover but I really enjoyed this. I would recommend it. 7.5/10.

Vytalis

1,299 posts

70 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Sooo happy with that film. I'm embarrassed to say I didn't get the character reference at the end though. Any hints without spoiling it for those who haven't seen it yet please?

VinceFox

20,190 posts

78 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Vytalis said:
Sooo happy with that film. I'm embarrassed to say I didn't get the character reference at the end though. Any hints without spoiling it for those who haven't seen it yet please?
It's Gollum. Big crossover coming up in the sequel.

Alex

8,081 posts

190 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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It took a long time to get going.

Alex

8,081 posts

190 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Zaxxon said:
Does widow get a great fight scene like she did in Ironman 2?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OJqPJRjHkE&fea...


DJRC

23,563 posts

142 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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I AM A GO............

  • some time later*
Puny God

and the Thor punch

quite possibly the funniest things I have seen in a film in a long long time. Can Joss Wheedon do any wrong?

Ace-T

6,164 posts

161 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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DJRC said:
I AM A GO............

  • some time later*
Puny God

and the Thor punch


quite possibly the funniest things I have seen in a film in a long long time. Can Joss Wheedon do any wrong?
Fixed that for you dude...

bexVN

12,777 posts

117 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Vytalis said:
Sooo happy with that film. I'm embarrassed to say I didn't get the character reference at the end though. Any hints without spoiling it for those who haven't seen it yet please?
I need a bit more info on what you are referring to. Just asked hubby who usually seems to have a photographic memory re: films and he couldn't recall the scene either. Sorry

Ace-T

6,164 posts

161 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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bexVN said:
Vytalis said:
Sooo happy with that film. I'm embarrassed to say I didn't get the character reference at the end though. Any hints without spoiling it for those who haven't seen it yet please?
I need a bit more info on what you are referring to. Just asked hubby who usually seems to have a photographic memory re: films and he couldn't recall the scene either. Sorry
It is a character called Thanos. http://nerdreactor.com/2012/04/25/avengers-end-cre...

Trace smile

MigX

785 posts

85 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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bexVN said:
I need a bit more info on what you are referring to. Just asked hubby who usually seems to have a photographic memory re: films and he couldn't recall the scene either. Sorry
Thanos

Mutley

2,991 posts

165 months

Sunday 29th April 2012
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DJRC said:
I AM A GO............

  • some time later*
Puny God

and the Thor punch


quite possibly the funniest things I have seen in a film in a long long time. Can Joss Wheedon do any wrong?
Had the audience laughing quite loudly, and the guy next to me chuckling for a while after.

Excellent film, and possibly the best of the Marvel films to date. I think the Hulk was the best adapted (probably as the others have had their films recently) and was more like the later cartoon/comic version.

I'm now looking forward to Avengers 2, IronMan3, Thor 2 and Captain America 2. Since taking control of their own work, the 'brand' keeps improving.


Guffy

1,973 posts

171 months

Sunday 29th April 2012
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Saw last night, great Saturday night flick, action packed, great cast and loads of humour, gets 8.5/10 or me.

Didn't think 3D added anything though.