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RE: Avengers Assemble - 13/5/2012 1:43:26 AM   
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Didn't know any of that. Thanks!!


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RE: Avengers Assemble - 16/5/2012 9:37:09 AM   
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I think The avengers deserve to be the best movie of this year, and Hulk is really really stunning

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 16/5/2012 1:39:22 PM   
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Definitely way too early to say, but i'm sure it'll be high on a lot of peoples lists

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 16/5/2012 8:32:03 PM   
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As fun as Avengers Assemble was, it will be pretty much forgotten when The Dark Knight Rises comes out which is sure to be the film of the year,

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 16/5/2012 9:03:19 PM   
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As fun as Avengers Assemble was, it will be pretty much forgotten when The Dark Knight Rises comes out


Not by me


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RE: Avengers Assemble - 16/5/2012 9:24:07 PM   
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quote:

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As fun as Avengers Assemble was, it will be pretty much forgotten when The Dark Knight Rises comes out


Not by me



Me neither. Im sure batman will be awesome (rewatched DK recently, great stuff) but I cant see myself smiling my way through like through Avengers.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 16/5/2012 9:49:23 PM   
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Finally saw this today, I bloody loved it! So much fun, the first half is a little slow but I didn't really care, I was enjoying the banter between the cast, everyone gets a moment to shine. The final battle was awesome, loved the way the action flowed between the characters. Only thing I wasn't too keen on was Caps costume, it didn't look all that useful for battle compared to the badass soldier look from The First Avenger.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 18/5/2012 3:00:32 AM   
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RE: Avengers Assemble - 21/5/2012 10:54:05 PM   
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RE: Avengers Assemble - 24/5/2012 12:06:41 PM   
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RE: Avengers Assemble - 24/5/2012 12:18:33 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: kumar


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ORIGINAL: Shifty Bench


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ORIGINAL: Cool Breeze

As fun as Avengers Assemble was, it will be pretty much forgotten when The Dark Knight Rises comes out


Not by me



Me neither. Im sure batman will be awesome (rewatched DK recently, great stuff) but I cant see myself smiling my way through like through Avengers.



Nah: it won't be forgotten at all. Whether or not DKR is better or not is still to be seen, but The Avengers we know to be a bloody fantastic summer film.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 25/5/2012 11:48:45 AM   
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quote:

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As fun as Avengers Assemble was, it will be pretty much forgotten when The Dark Knight Rises comes out which is sure to be the film of the year,


I'd rather watch The Avengers again than either of the two previous Batman films so TDKR would have to be pretty special to make me forget The Avengers.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 25/5/2012 1:07:07 PM   
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Just wondering here, and maybe this has been answered before, why didn't Loki's staff work on Tony Stark? Was it because his arc reactor in his chest was made from Tesseract stuff?

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 25/5/2012 4:37:47 PM   
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Just wondering here, and maybe this has been answered before, why didn't Loki's staff work on Tony Stark? Was it because his arc reactor in his chest was made from Tesseract stuff?


Cause he has no heart to control innit?*



*Actually has a heart but somehting about the chest peice provents Loki

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 26/5/2012 2:11:23 PM   
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Um... because it hit the chest plate instead of him. Hence the metallic twang noise.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 26/5/2012 3:10:14 PM   
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Um... because it hit the chest plate instead of him. Hence the metallic twang noise.


But if that was the case,any of those Shield agents wearing body armour or whatever protective covering they had wouldnt have been effected also.The arc reactor definetly gave Stark some protection as Loki just doesnt bother spearing another part of Tonys chest and throws him out the window.

Doesnt the ending of Captain America seem to imply that Howard Stark used the Tesseract as a basis for his arc reactor technology?

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 27/5/2012 11:49:32 AM   
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quote:

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quote:

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Um... because it hit the chest plate instead of him. Hence the metallic twang noise.


But if that was the case,any of those Shield agents wearing body armour or whatever protective covering they had wouldnt have been effected also.The arc reactor definetly gave Stark some protection as Loki just doesnt bother spearing another part of Tonys chest and throws him out the window.

Doesnt the ending of Captain America seem to imply that Howard Stark used the Tesseract as a basis for his arc reactor technology?


This is what I took from the end of the Cap movie, that Tony Starks dad reverse engineered the tesseract and ended up with an arc reactor. I was thinking that was how it would play throughout the movie (based purely on the colour!!) but I think its pretty nice that the films tie in together like that and it makes sense then that Loki's mind control thing wouldn't work.
I think generally it is brilliant how each film has some connections with the others, it really ties their universe together. The only thing I may be slightly unhappy with is the massive power difference of Cap from Stark, Thor and Hulk. Yes essentially he is just a strong man and the Avengers did a better job at showcasing his abilities but I would have preferred him to be stronger, or show some similarities to hulk given they share similar backgrounds. Whatever though, that is only a minor issue, I could have easily seen Cap play along Spiderman with the way he moved in the Avengers- shame that wont happen for a long long time!

I cant wait to see this bad boy again!!


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RE: Avengers Assemble: Director's Cut - 13/6/2012 10:45:32 AM   
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A 3 hour cut of The Avengers may get a release in cinemas before the Blu Ray - http://www.superheroauthority.com/2012/06/marvel-and-disney-rumored-to-be.html

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RE: Avengers Assemble: Director's Cut - 13/6/2012 6:03:10 PM   
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A 3 hour cut of The Avengers may get a release in cinemas before the Blu Ray - http://www.superheroauthority.com/2012/06/marvel-and-disney-rumored-to-be.html


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RE: Avengers Assemble: Director's Cut - 4/8/2012 2:46:11 PM   
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So has everybody forgotten about The Avengers now that DKR has been released? Personally I've found myself really wanting to watch this again. It is just so much fun and the action is superb, and as much as I love DKR I think I personally prefer this film.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 4/8/2012 3:08:24 PM   
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For me it was a repeat of 2008

May - Walks out of seeing Iron Man: Wow that was a really fun film, really enjoyed that

July - Walks out of seeing The Dark Knight - Oh My god, that was incredible. I had no idea you could do that with a comic book film.

Now 2012

May - walks out of seeing The Avengers - Wow, that was so much fun, better than i expected! Really enjoyed that.

July - walks out of seeing The Dark Knight Rises - Oh my God, that was incredible. I had no idea you could do that with a comic book film.

Both films extremely good, The Avengers was your standard summer blockbuster yet done at it's very best but Rises just offers that much more.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 7/8/2012 11:19:47 PM   
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Joss Whedon's on for Part 2

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 1/9/2012 12:31:43 PM   
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To be honest, both The Dark Knight Rises and Avengers Assemble were brilliant films, but my heart really is in the latter. I can't see myself liking the former more than that, because when I re watched it a second time with my sister, somehow Bane didn't live up enough to my expectations this time. Of course, I can't doubt Christian Bale's acting in this film, but Avengers Assemble just felt intense, there were more cool characters to choose from, yet there was more chemistry and it was a lot funnier (although that doesn't really count considering it wasn't supposed to be funny, I just think with a group of people that have extraordinary talents like that managed to humour each other in the best possible way without being cheesy). Contrary to popular belief, it feels more difficult when there's only one superhero because you have to adapt them to fit them in the surroundings without feeling like anything is lacking, so they kind of have to compensate, which I don't think managed to give The Dark Knight Rises enough power for me to give it five stars.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 10/9/2012 10:17:26 PM   
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RE: Avengers Assemble - 10/9/2012 10:25:36 PM   
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Got the 3D blu ray on pre-order, although with HMV's delivery of late, i'll be getting it release day at the earliest.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 10/9/2012 10:31:24 PM   
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I've gone with the Collector's Edition (standard DVD though) with all the Avenger individual films plus Assemble. Hopefully it'll be here for the weekend - cannot wait,

You'll have to give us a review of the 3D version though, Don.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 10/9/2012 10:36:20 PM   
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I'm Hoping mine will arrive at the weekend. Looking forward to seeing it in crisp HD. Only saw it once in the cinema and found the 3d pretty blurry most of the time.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 10/9/2012 10:44:38 PM   
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I've gone with the Collector's Edition (standard DVD though) with all the Avenger individual films plus Assemble. Hopefully it'll be here for the weekend - cannot wait,

You'll have to give us a review of the 3D version though, Don.


I'll definitely let you know my thoughts after watching it in 3D! Only saw it in 2D at the cinema. Hope you get your set for the weekend!

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 10/9/2012 10:45:51 PM   
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I'm Hoping mine will arrive at the weekend. Looking forward to seeing it in crisp HD. Only saw it once in the cinema and found the 3d pretty blurry most of the time.


I've heard nothing but good things about the 3D conversion for this (apart from your post obviously!) on the blu-ray.com forums so i'm really looking forward to seeing how it looks.

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RE: Avengers Assemble - 10/9/2012 10:51:24 PM   
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It doesn't have the Joss Whedon commentary! Banish this unworthy thing to hell.

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