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  • My only gripe with the movie is that the 30 minute climactic showdown during the final act has our heroes pit up against generic and almost boring aliens instead of the shape shifting skrulls that were intended, but that's a minor complaint

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      “The Avengers” is directed by Joss Whedon and stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, and Samuel L. Jackson. This superhero spectacle is centered on the assembling of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) is the head of the secret agency S.H.E.I.L.D and must form a league of superheroes to take down the mischievous Loki (Tom Hiddleston); a god who plans to rein terror on Earth. One by one,

      the heroes are gathered to form the ultimate team up but complications between each of them intervene in the process. When things go terribly awry, the team must set aside their differences and take on Loki to save the world.

      “The Avengers” is an overwhelmingly impressive superhero flick that contains high-octane action, masterful special effects and well rounded performances from its ensemble cast. Sci-Fi/Fantasy storyteller Joss Whedon is brought on board to direct this superhero outing and his presence really helps the film as his trademark style and understanding of the source material makes this movie his own creative brainchild. Robert Downey Jr. brings his usual charm to the Iron Man character as does Tom Hiddleston who was as villainous and likable in this film as he was in “Thor.” Mark Ruffalo steps into Edward Norton’s shoes as Bruce Banner and his performance was so grounded and balanced that ...


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      not only did he exceed expectations, he may have even surpassed Edward Norton.

      The performances are important in this movie because when the heart string tugging death happens in the middle of the film, the actors have to make the audience feel that these heroes need to come together for redemption and Joss Whedon does such a good job of making sure the cast can make that work. My only gripe with the movie

      is that the 30 minute climactic showdown during the final act has our heroes pit up against generic and almost boring aliens instead of the shape shifting skrulls that were intended, but that’s a minor complaint. With enough energetic action to please the summer movie going crowd and faithfulness to the comics that will please comic book fans, “The Avengers” is Marvels best effort yet and this superhero masterpiece is going to be tough to beat.




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