|Marvel's Comic The Avengers|
The wise once said that, "too many cooks spoil the broth", meaning that too many experts doing something, they may end up messing it. Well, it just turned up otherwise for Marvel's The Avengers (also known as Avengers Assemble in the United Kingdom).
Seems like The Avengers wave hit world wide and even crushes box office the Hulk-style! It was reported this morning that the worldwide haul for The Avengers estimated to be a staggering $641.8 Million!
So, let me share my humble opinion of The Avengers (2012).
The Star-Studded Casts:
Robert Downey Jr as Ironman / Tony Stark
Chris Evans as Captain America / Steve Rogers
Chris Hemsworth as Thor
Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow / Natasha Romanoff
Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton / Hawkeye
Mark Ruffalo as Dr. Bruce Banner / Hulk
Samuel L Jackson as Nick Fury
Synopsis (The MsXeRoZ's Version):
The story begins with Loki (adopted brother of Thor, a God who was banished in the movie Thor), meeting a freak-looking alien race Chitauri and made a pact with their leader, The Other. The Chitauris wants the powerful energy source, the Tesseract, while Loki wants to rule Earth. So Loki emerged in S.H.I.E.L.D's secret research laboratory, destroying it in the process and fled with Dr. Erik Selvig (researcher) and Agent Brenner. Knowing that Earth is in the brink of devastation, Nick Fury tries to get hold of the superheroes. Collaboration doesn't seem to go well because each heros have their individual egos; A man in his superior iron suite, A God of Thunder, A Super Soldier, and a Green Monster..Hmm.. a disastrous combination all by itself. One thing led to another and the Avengers must overcome their differences and work as a team.
The Uummmph factor:
- Humour - Rather than portraying these superheroes as serious, no-nonsense type of person. The Avenger's brings loud laughters in the cinema.
- Chemistry - With 4 BIG, muscular guys together, the first thing that would come across my mind is WWE Wrestling. However, the sight of Thor, Captain America, Hulk and Ironman together is very refreshing and i like how they argue.
- Can't Get Enough of Them - After watching the movie, the next thing that I told myself is "i will watch again".
- End-Scene - The strategy of placing the end/final scene after the credits is really good. Besides diverting traffic to the exits of the cinema (sarcastic), it makes us crave for more actions in the upcoming sequel.
I may be too late to post a review, but I enjoy the hype of The Avengers that fans created over the internet, such as....
|Miao-vengers by Akiraceo.com|
And did you know that the fans even created facebook conversations of them?
|Facebook of the Avenger's from 9gag.com (read the whole post is really funny)|
Oh ya, so do you know what's coming up in the final scene? Who was the creature that The Other was talking to?
He was talking to Thanos, the most evil, and scariest villian ever created (lol i exaggerate this). Well, I am just a recent fan of Marvel's The Avengers, so yeah, Thanos can't scare the wits out of me. But for Marvel heroes fans, the mention of the word T H A N O S will cause their eye to bulge in fear. Yups, thats the deadly aura that Thanos possesses.
Unfortunately, there's no indication when Avengers 2 will be released. But I heard (read, literally here) that Ironman 3 will be out in May 2013, followed by Thor 2, and then Captain America 2.(This is so unfair, where is Hulk 2?) Well, will Spiderman come to help in the not-so-soon sequel? I hope that they can bring forth the release of the Avengers 2 because I can't wait for more!
Another hero is also coming to town in his Batmobile, yeah, I'm talking of The Dark Knight Rises.
So, do you still have space in your heart for Batman???
MsXEroZ wishes to be a superhero too!