end of spoilers
jane foster really get decaptitated?
I'm joking by the way. I wouldn't give up a spoiler like that. Someone dies though.
They donīt even need to say his name or refer to the Hulk, just have him working on a lab helping with something energy/radiation-related.
Something to make viewers go": - OMG ThatīsīDr. Banner!"
I can guarantee thereīll be non-comic readers geeking out like nerds.
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There's not much to talk about with this movie is there? People on threads are now talking about what could happen in a sequel, or how much money it is making. This is kind of what I am talking about when it comes to repeat viewings, there isn't much of a story to get your hooks into.
People have been dissing the X-men films now in comparison, saying things like 'the Avengers is the ultimate team up movie! that all others pale in comparison to!', but the X-Men films had stories and were chock full of character moments and development, lots of emotional stuff. The Avengers is more like the ultimate punch up film, rather than team up.
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Show me an X-Men or Batman movie thread where they don't talk about the box-office or what could happen in a sequel? That happens every time they do one of these moves. And people have been talking about character moments in the Avengers in this very thread.
Last edited by GRANT!; 05-08-2012 at 12:27 PM.
The reason people are talking about the box office more is because frankly, it's insane.
And it is the ultimate team up movie. The X movies are good, well, X2 and First Class. But they're not team up movies. Too many characters are relegated to scenery. First Class is a fantastic film, but it might as well be called "Prof X and Magneto: Origins".
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Last edited by GRANT!; 05-08-2012 at 12:23 PM.
I think the Stark and Banner relationship is really interesting. I heard someone commented the dichotomy is reverse where Banner turns into uncontrollable Monster, Stark is an uncontrollable monster when he was out of the suit.
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