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Surprisingly good movie! Some freaking hilarious bits and CGI graphics to boot!! One for the guys and the girls :)
This has already become one of my absoloute favourite movies - brilliant mix of action, comedy, and some of my favourite superheroes. Amazingly done, the characters all fit together so well and were... Read more completely badass. The Hulk had some especially hilarious moments, a must watch! I'll be buying this one!
Really enjoyed it - far better than I expected given it's an mashing together of previous films and lead actors.
I really watched this just to see what all the fuss is about. Great to see a movie with all the superheroes coming together to save the world. I did enjoy it but probably wouldn't see it again. Special... Read more effects were quite good and the acting not too bad either. But if you are not a Marvel Comics Superhero fan, then don't bother, because you probably won't enjoy this.
Buckle in and forget the real world for 137 minutes. I love this Franchise of movies.
I had heard this was good, but I'm not really into superhero movies .... it was an unexpected pleasure. After a daft first ten minutes, it really picked up and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Really loved this movie; good adult humour along with a good storyline and brilliant actors. the hero's are humanly flawed and its easy to follow even if you know nothing about the avengers.
Great action movie from the get go, nice mix of character introduction/development and kicking bad guy butt. Character interaction is well thought out and the acting is top notch. Good mix of levity... Read more and food for thought moments. Best HULK to date. Want more. Puny Gods.
Enjoyed this movie immensely, I was surprised at how good it turned out to be.
Watchable without requiring huge amounts of attention. Definitely better than Cpt America (which pretty much sucked), and probably better than Thor, but I think not as good as the Iron Man films. I... Read more did find myself thinking 'this is a bit unlikely' a lot, which was probably a bit silly given the premise, but is maybe an indication of how difficult it is to get lost in the 'reality' of the film.