Avengers Assemble (2012) Review

When the world needs them The Avengers will . . . Assemble!

The film with the most build up in recent years, due to 4 different films being linked to this one. Which just helps show the success Marvel have in the films, as if they didn’t do well in the box office we wouldn’t have gotten the Avengers! I for one am so pleased that they done so well, as I loved this film from start to finish.

Let’s face it before the film starts we know exactly what to expect, we’ve seen the main characters before and we no what they are capable of, but most importantly we know that we are going to be entertained from start to finish. Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark/Iron Man has never disappointed us and he really does add such a brilliant comedy value throughout. A surprise for comedy moments also comes from the Hulk (which lets face it hasn’t worked too well in it’s own film outings) and Mark Ruffalo was just fantastic too! Surely deserves his own film?

Nick Furry is trying to help save the world from Loki who has threaten to bring an army down to destroy everything. By saving the world he must get the Avengers together to give everyone even a small chance. But will people with such big egos and used to working alone really be able to unite and help save the world? Well there’s only one way to find out!

The fight scenes are just brilliant, especially when the climax of it all ends up in Manhattan, NYC. Which leads to some very good scenes. You just have to love superheroes working together and becoming a group. The audience is made to feel like Nick Furry and wanting them to all succeed together.

I had been looking forward to this film since it was first announced really! But then with all the advertisement it just really grew the expectation up even more. Which could often be a difficult thing as it builds up the film so much, but the excitement was so much when I was sat in the cinema ready to watch the film. I can honestly say that I was not disappointed at all, this film really does live up to all of the hype surrounding it.

I went to see the 2D version as I am really not a fan of 3D films. I don’t really think the 3D version would have added very much extra to the viewing experience.

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