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Loki, Thor’s half-brother, returned, and this time he was not alone. Earth on the brink of enslavement, and only the best can save humanity.
Nick Fury, head of the international peace organization S.H.I.E.L.D, gathers prominent advocates of justice and goodness, to repel the attack. Under the leadership of Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Incredible Hulk, Hawkeye and Black Widow go to war with the invader.
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The Avengers Movie Review
For the past four years, Marvel Studios has been building a cinematic mythology based on their comic books, for the first time combining different franchises into a single canonical movie-universe. Starting in 2008 with “Iron Man” and “The Incredible Hulk“, to 2010’s “Iron Man 2” and finally last year’s “Thor” and “Captain America“, there have been five movies building in anticipation to this result – the ultimate crossover experience. In addition to those four heroes, we are also given Black Widow, Hawkeye and Nick Fury, bringing our team of heroes to about seven. (Although Fury isn’t a direct player, so I suppose the team stands at six) The Avengers movie had a lot to live up to. It succeeded. By god, this was an awesome movie!
Directed and co-written by Joss Whedon, 2012 The Avengers movie is perfect payoff for fans who have been anticipating this film for over four years now.
Beginning with Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) arriving at a SHIELD HQ, the Tesseract (the Asgard artifact used by Red Skull in last year’s “Captain America), which has been under lock-down for testing, opens a portal, allowing Loki (Tom Hiddleston) the outcast brother of Thor to arrive on Earth. He steals the Tesseract and uses his powers to brainwash several SHIELD members (including Hawkeye, portrayed by Jeremy Renner). It is revealed that Loki needs to the Tesseract to open a portal to allow an alien race to invade and conquer Earth.
Realizing they are in over their heads, Fury calls out to unite the three Earthly heroes – Tony Stark – Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Bruce Banner – Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Steve Rogers – Captain America (Chris Evans). After the team apprehends Loki, his brother Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is sent back to Earth, completing our team.
When Loki escapes and is finally able to open the portal, the four heroes (joined by Scarlet Johansson as Black Widow and a redeemed Hawkeye) must band together, despite their differences, to defend the world in an ultimate battle.
The acting in this film is outstanding. This really begins with our four leads. There is no need to speak about Downey, he continues to play the role to perfection. Hemsworth and Evans also are given a lot of good material to work with. In particular Evans, who gives the character of Steve Rogers subtle pain and pathos this time around despite having to be strong. But the real revelation is Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner. I thought both Eric Bana and Edward Norton had given fine, first-class performances. Particularly Norton, who really made the role his own in a big way. But Ruffalo surprisingly blows them both out of the water. He makes the role of Bruce Banner (and the Hulk thanks to motion-capture technology) his own, giving him humor and an incredible depth. Ruffalo is OWED his own Hulk movie now.
In addition the supporting performances are incredible. The gorgeous Johansson is given a lot more to do in this film, and she breaths a great life into Black Widow. To be honest, Black Widow was at times more compelling than our four leads, and Johansson proves once again to be a phenomenal actress. Clark Gregg reprises his “Iron Man” and “Thor” role as SHIELD agent Phil Coulson, and provides some great comedic moments, in addition to being the shady government type. Hiddleston is menacing and dark as Loki. Stellan Skarsgard and Gwenyth Paltrow return in small roles as Erik Selvig and Pepper Potts, and although their scenes are minor, both ground the film emotionally. The only slight problem I had was with Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye. I will say, he gave a fine performance, but his role seemed… somewhat underwritten in comparison with everyone else. He felt a little too expendable a character and shoe-horned in. But Renner was still good in the role.
The script by Whedon (from a story he co-wrote with Zak Penn) is tight, concise and an absolute blast. There is a lot of humor (and I do mean a lot) and a ton of action, although it never feels forced, contrived or unneeded. As fantastical as the story is, it is grounded in it’s own sort of reality and logic, and feels natural. This is an extremely well-written, fun and generally light-hearted film.
The visuals are a blast. Whedon’s direction and camera placement is fun, kinetic and serves as a good companion piece to the other four directors who had previously helmed the individual films. The effects are outstanding. The sound design is great. The score by Alan Silvestri is fun and memorable.
This is just a competently made film, and a darned-fine piece of entertainment!
I will say that this isn’t necessarily the best film in the series (I think the first “Iron Man” felt a tad more fresh and unique), but this is still an absolute blast, and you cannot afford to miss it on the big screen!
I give The Avengers Movie a near-perfect 9 out of 10! Assemble in line at the cinema and see it, now!
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