• The Avengers - Directed by Joss Whedon / Starring an ensemble cast
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Went to see this on Wednesday, absolutely awesome I want Avengers 2 right now! After watching it I decided to watch the other Marvel Studios movies because I hadn't seen them yet and watching Avengers made me think why have I not seen them. Watched Thor and Captain America so far, both I thought were great, I loved Thor because I love the character and more than anything I have a big interest in Norse Mythology. And I really liked Captain America too it was a unique pace for a superhero movie, I liked the setting and story. It was nice to see the links between those films and the Avengers too and get a little backstory. Need to watch the Hulk and Iron Man films now.
[QUOTE=TunnelSnake;35825035]i mean it'd be better if maybe you spoiler tagged that shit or just linked it or something but whatever man you can just post it thats cool i guess[/QUOTE] the movie's out, spoilers are free to go, fuck off. [highlight](User was banned for this post ("Rude" - Craptasket))[/highlight]
[QUOTE=Rage.;35826461]Went to see this on Wednesday, absolutely awesome I want Avengers 2 right now! After watching it I decided to watch the other Marvel Studios movies because I hadn't seen them yet and watching Avengers made me think why have I not seen them. Watched Thor and Captain America so far, both I thought were great, I loved Thor because I love the character and more than anything I have a big interest in Norse Mythology. And I really liked Captain America too it was a unique pace for a superhero movie, I liked the setting and story. It was nice to see the links between those films and the Avengers too and get a little backstory. Need to watch the Hulk and Iron Man films now.[/QUOTE] I'd say you should watch IR1 right about now, considering it's the best of the Marvel movies. [editline]4th May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=TunnelSnake;35825035]i mean it'd be better if maybe you spoiler tagged that shit or just linked it or something but whatever man you can just post it thats cool i guess[/QUOTE] Loki kills Ironman [sp]but suffers from sudden erectile dysfunction and fails.[/sp] [highlight](User was banned for this post ("Spoiler Misuse" - rilez))[/highlight]
[QUOTE=Pops;35826604]the movie's out, spoilers are free to go, fuck off.[/QUOTE] It's called being considerate, [sp]shitbag[/sp]
[QUOTE=Pops;35826604]the movie's out, spoilers are free to go, fuck off.[/QUOTE] a bit harsh, but yeah, you shouldn't come to the avengers thread and not expect spoilers for the movie
This was a fun film to watch. Shame I walked out for the toilet right before the Hulk & Loki scene which was hilarious apparently.
[QUOTE=Pops;35826604]the movie's out, spoilers are free to go, fuck off.[/QUOTE] I havent seen the movie yet, dick.
After watching this last week I felt that I had to watch the few pre-Avengers movies that I missed to fill in the gaps (I missed Thor and Captain America). I have to say after watching both of them it has really changed my opinion on the happenings in Avengers, especially what I think about Loki. The Avengers makes him out to be a complete mad cunt but he is so much more compelling of a character after seeing Thor.
[QUOTE=AaronM202;35826844]I havent seen the movie yet, dick.[/QUOTE] -im gay- [highlight](User was banned for this post ("Trolling with spoilers" - Craptasket))[/highlight]
Really guys, these spoilers are fun. [editline]4th May 2012[/editline] I wish [sp]Redskull would be in it.[/sp]
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35826892]im gay[/QUOTE] Shut the fuck up, seriously, im containing myself from reading these but holy shit dude.
[QUOTE=Pops;35826604]the movie's out, spoilers are free to go, fuck off.[/QUOTE] Yes post spoilers to get banned.
Going to see this tomorrow, psyched for it after all the positive reviews I've seen!
Watching it in 3 hours, going to ask one last time. On a scale of one to ten, thoughts?
Amazing movie! One of the best. Of course 14 hours straight of the marathon made it better [editline]4th May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=KabsIsBack;35827746]Watching it in 3 hours, going to ask one last time. On a scale of one to ten, thoughts?[/QUOTE] 9.9
I really enjoyed Avengers. I watched almost all of the previous movies in the last 3 weeks, so they were all fresh in my mind. I want to go back and see it again, because we didn't expect so many people to be there and ended up having to sit in the front, craning our necks to look at the screen. It was very disorienting at times, especially with the 3d. I gotta see it from a decent angle, and preferably in 2d. The 3d was really well-done, though.
[QUOTE=ZF911;35825234]I've seen all the recent Marvel movies except for the latest Hulk film. Should I bother watching that today before I see the Avengers this weekend? Out of the Avengers origin films my favorites would have to be Captain America then Thor. The main thing I liked about Iron Man 2 was the way they starting bridging it to the Avengers. Looking back it seems maybe the Avengers writing and planning started to take off, and they realized Iron Man(possibly Hulk, never seen it) didn't really lead into the Avengers. [/QUOTE] Iron Man was the first one to link into Avengers. After the credits Nick Fury asks Tony Stark to join The Avengers. The whole film has Agent Carlson following him around like a lapdog and then reveals he's from Shield. It was Carlsons first appearance before Iron Man 2 and Thor. Iron Man links into the Avengers way more than Cap and Thor. Also Hulk has a scene after the credits with Stark. [editline]5th May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Rage.;35826461]Went to see this on Wednesday, absolutely awesome I want Avengers 2 right now! After watching it I decided to watch the other Marvel Studios movies because I hadn't seen them yet and watching Avengers made me think why have I not seen them. Watched Thor and Captain America so far, both I thought were great, I loved Thor because I love the character and more than anything I have a big interest in Norse Mythology. And I really liked Captain America too it was a unique pace for a superhero movie, I liked the setting and story. It was nice to see the links between those films and the Avengers too and get a little backstory. Need to watch the Hulk and Iron Man films now.[/QUOTE] Hulk was largely missable in my opinion as Hulk was hugely under powered and Norton did Banner all wrong in my mind. It was okay, better than Iron Man 2 which I really don't like but it seems somewhat popular here. In my opinion Iron Man 1 is the best of the bunch. Apart from Avengers.
[QUOTE=Dan2593;35828340]Iron Man was the first one to link into Avengers. After the credits Nick Fury asks Tony Stark to join The Avengers. The whole film has Agent Carlson following him around like a lapdog and then reveals he's from Shield. It was Carlsons first appearance before Iron Man 2 and Thor. Iron Man links into the Avengers way more than Cap and Thor. Also Hulk has a scene after the credits with Stark. [editline]5th May 2012[/editline] Hulk was largely missable in my opinion as Hulk was hugely under powered and Norton did Banner all wrong in my mind. It was okay, better than Iron Man 2 which I really don't like but it seems somewhat popular here. In my opinion Iron Man 1 is the best of the bunch. Apart from Avengers.[/QUOTE] I quite enjoyed Nortons Hulk, even if the film itself was pretty meh, his Banner wasn't the useless nerd he's so often made out to be.
good movie
I hope Marvel got a fuckload of money from this, I want to see Avengers 2.
The part when [sp]Loki shouts at Hulk to try and belittle him[/sp] had me in tears.
I was going to watch it but my friends ditched me :(
I went to the theater, it had two screenings. Guess what they did. They cancelled one of them, meaning the other was sold out. I get to go back in 2 hours to actually watch it. I'm not happy
[QUOTE=Nemisis116;35830153]I hope Marvel got a fuckload of money from this, I want to see Avengers 2.[/QUOTE] They already made i think 400 million on this in 3 countries.
[QUOTE=Zukriuchen;35826892]-im gay- [highlight](User was banned for this post ("Trolling with spoilers" - Craptasket))[/highlight][/QUOTE] according to zuk in sf, they were fake spoilers. either way, just saw the avengers. best film i've seen in a while
[QUOTE=Soleeedus;35830479]according to zuk in sf, they were fake spoilers.[/QUOTE] That is not the point, he was misusing Spoiler tags.
Came back from it, tonight. I came to the following conclusion Hulk is the King of Not Giving A Fuck [sp]Loki: I AM A GOD, AND SHOULD NOT LOWER MYSELF T-" Hulk then beats the shit out of him[/sp] Easily one of the best movies I've seen in a while.
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/JEYbp.jpg[/IMG] [I]Industrial Light & Magic relied on Ruffalo's performance in animating the Hulk, down to the pores of his skin and gray temples. [/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Gz08e.jpg[/IMG] [I]Mark Ruffalo got inspiration from the original Incredible Hulk TV series and his 10-year-old son as a force of nature with regard to temper tantrums.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/PD0BY.jpg[/IMG] [I]ILM used a new procedural shading program that provided the the designers greater control of skin qualities.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/EGvOM.jpg[/IMG] [I]This was Weta Digital's first crack at Iron Man and they redid the ILM textures using the proprietary Udim.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/zh5jG.jpg[/IMG] [I]The mountain top battle between Iron Man and Thor was the biggest sequence, utilizing fractured and prefractured destruction. Image courtesy of Weta Digital.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/z7bR8.jpg[/IMG] [I]Iron Mans simulations were done in Maya, Houdini and the in-house Synapse. Image courtesy of Weta Digital[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/uuHju.jpg[/IMG] [I]Big explosions were simulated with Maya fluids. Image courtesy of Weta Digital[/I]
[QUOTE=LegndNikko;35831415]Came back from it, tonight. I came to the following conclusion Hulk is the King of Not Giving A Fuck [sp]Loki: I AM A GOD, AND SHOULD NOT LOWER MYSELF T-" Hulk then beats the shit out of him[/sp] Easily one of the best movies I've seen in a while.[/QUOTE] that scene is going to make a great reaction gif. I loved the movie and the balance it had with all of the characters roles. Just great.
[QUOTE=Rong;35831520][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/JEYbp.jpg[/IMG] [I]Industrial Light & Magic relied on Ruffalo's performance in animating the Hulk, down to the pores of his skin and gray temples. [/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/Gz08e.jpg[/IMG] [I]Mark Ruffalo got inspiration from the original Incredible Hulk TV series and his 10-year-old son as a force of nature with regard to temper tantrums.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/PD0BY.jpg[/IMG] [I]ILM used a new procedural shading program that provided the the designers greater control of skin qualities.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/EGvOM.jpg[/IMG] [I]This was Weta Digital's first crack at Iron Man and they redid the ILM textures using the proprietary Udim.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/zh5jG.jpg[/IMG] [I]The mountain top battle between Iron Man and Thor was the biggest sequence, utilizing fractured and prefractured destruction. Image courtesy of Weta Digital.[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/z7bR8.jpg[/IMG] [I]Iron Mans simulations were done in Maya, Houdini and the in-house Synapse. Image courtesy of Weta Digital[/I] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/uuHju.jpg[/IMG] [I]Big explosions were simulated with Maya fluids. Image courtesy of Weta Digital[/I][/QUOTE] I can't wait to get the blu-ray, I just love seeing the BTS of movies like this.
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