In that picture Robert Downey Jr. looks a lot like a really skinny Kevin Smith.
Maybe it's just me.
There were two.
The after the cool 3D credits scene
where it shows Thanos
And after the black and white normal credits where it shows
Basically them sitting around eating
I guess the second one is what they filmed like three hours before its international release. Which Robert and Mark were talking about.
I'm gonna say Downey told a joke at Sam's expense just before the camera clicked. It's why everybody but him is laughing and smiling and Mark and Jeremy are looking at a hysterical Sam to gauge his reaction.
Lack of Black Widow at this table upsets me.
Lack of Black Widow at any table upset me.
I didn't stay for the credits/post credits. Can anyone [sp] what happened?
Basically, that monsta from earlier meeting with Loki reported to his leader (Thanos) that they failed and that they underestimated human power...Thanos then said something and laughed and thats it...inb4avengerzthanosrevenge
Movie was fucking crazy! I saw it in IMAX 3D last night. It's got incredible, long lasting action scenes. You'll also find yourself laughing your ass off a good bit of the movie two. I love how they mixed action with comedy, but with those actors it's bound to happen. 10/10.
If you stayed until after ALL the credits, it shows them all eating at the place called "Shawarma". If you remember, when Iron Man (RDJ) fell from the portal and landed, he said he wanted to try this new "Shawarma joint" about 2 blocks from there. Then Thor said they hadn't won yet, and RDJ said "after that". It literally just shows them quietly eating and it's hilarious.
Man I loved everything about this movie.
Also Stan Lee made me laugh.
Is the Hulk in the Avengers the same character as from the last Hulk movie only with a different actor?
The movie was incredible
I was sad though that Agent Colson died.... Almost made me cry ;___________;
Also, this movie was fucking epic. I wouldn't change a single damn thing, even Phil's death had meaning behind it.
didnt think we were using sp's since movies out. hid that.
Despite having the worst seats in the house and the most annoying middle school commentators sitting behind me, this movie completely exceeded my expectations.
One thing I don't get: Why does Tony take Agent Colson's death so personally?
considering he's known the guy for the last few years, i think a lot of folks would. that, and coulson was part of the upper cast.
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Eh I guess that makes sense. But it's a comic book movie so I won't argue.
Also, your picture hardly fits at all.
He's still some random agent dude that he barely has contact with.
Coulson knew potts and stark personally, he may not have known him well but you can't help get attached to people you are around for awhile if you like them in anyway
Hulk stole this movie, he had all the best fighting and all the best funny parts.
I enjoyed the bit where captain america gives fury 10 bucks due to his bet . I like long running gags like that in a movie, where there's setup and payoff.
Probably the best movie i've seen in a long time. Stark really pulls off his role well.
Just got out from seeing it a second time. I gotta say seeing it from IMAX then regular theater made a big difference. (duh obviously but just sayin)
That was a really good mix of comedy and action, 9.5/10, can't wait for the next movie.
Favorite part? when hulk punches thor out of nowhere
Pretty good movie, there was some plotholes and things that just didn't make any sense. Also the womans only superpower was that she had a gun and cam shaky, blurry combat moves. Same thing with the bow guy.
Edit: Their characters didn't even have a relevant role in the plot and could have been easily replaced by statists. Even the hulk advances the plot.
Captain america was in the middle ground but he was still somewhat useless compared to the other guys who could all fucking fly and smash concrete walls, he seemed to be there mostly as a way to bait viewers I guess.
Captain America was great and it came across that they needed a leader of the same calibre of the heroes of WW2, that dedicate themselves and get it done. That is the vibe I got from him especially when he Took command of the group at the end .
I think black widow and hawkeye were badass enough to be relevant regardless of any analysis. I mean Hawkeyes Not even looking behind him shot was sick.
They make a bet that Shield will surprise Rogers after he says there's nothing left to surprise him. Then the flying base takes off later, and that surprised him.
Hold on he cried? What I missed this?!
And the second. Infact when Whiplash phones Tony he assumes it's Coulson straight away.
And in Thor Coulson relaxes when he thinks The Destroyer is a stark toy.
And there's that short movie thing where Coulson sends Stark to stop the Army signing up Abomination for The Avengers.
And it's implied that Coulson visits them a lot when Pepper called him Phil.
In general I always assumed Coulson was closest to Stark out of all of them.
1) What plotholes?
2) None of them have super powers. This isn't DC. Hulk is the only one you could call a super power but that's more of a illness. One took super steroids who happens to be a loyal guy, one built a flying suit who happens to be smart, one's a god who happens to like humanity. So why is it a shame Black Widow doesn't have one? Neither does Batman?
3) Hawkeye and Blackwidow didn't have a relevant roll? As in, y'know, Hawkeye was a fucking villain for most the film who came up with the whole idea to destroy the Hellacarrier and then blew up Loki with an explosive arrow.And Black Widow is a master of how he works and fights so she was drafted in to help stop him. Yeah as if they could've been replaced. A statists (whatever the fuck that is) could easily replace a ninja master and an expert marksmen. Shit wait, they couldn't.
4) Yeah they should have left Captain America out. Afterall it's not like he is the leader of The Avengers in all the source material and then the leader in this. But you're totally right, leaders aren't important and they were doing fine before they had one. Oh wait they nearly all died.
5) Bait viewers, wha? You are aware it's based on a comic book right? They didn't just add him for funsies.
I'm not so mad there's an idiot on the internet, yet you can guarantee there's people who think like this guy and agreeing with him every day.
Just went to see it loved it one of my favorite scenes? when phill shoots loki
When he realizes he might die from the nuke/space, He calls Pepper but she doesn't pick up the phone and there is tears in his eyes. I felt the emotion most from that scene because You never see Stark truly care for someone
Tried seeing this yesterday, but the entire theater was FULL CAPACITY, literally every seat was filled. Yet they kept selling tickets. Dozens upon dozens of people were lined up and complaining to the staff.
Gonna try to see it early today, hope I can.