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The Avengers (2012)

The Avengers (2012)

How is it that Marvel manages to make great movies out of everything they invent? Seems like all they touch turns to gold. This is no exception. The mixture of digital effects and real filming maybe works even better when the characters are taken out of a comic than if real people are supposed to be portrayed. It doesn't all need to seem realistic, it just needs to seem awesome. Though I must admit it does seem pretty realistic, not in terms of plot but in terms of atmosphere, movements; how the gravity affects the different characters.

It feels like iron Man has the biggest screen-time in this one, the biggest role, maybe because his movies were the newest? Most popular? Or was he the main character even in the comics? I'm not ashamed to say I've barely read any of the Marvel comics. I live in Sweden and we don't get those here; in fact, there's more Manga (Asian comics) than there are comics from America or any other countries of the world. Not counting Donald Dunk and Co. But yeah, this was a good movie. If you're a fan of marvel, sci-fi, fighting or just want to be entertained by another good guys/bad guys movies with a sinister apocalyptic plot, you better watch it!

 rated 4/5: fo shizzle

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