The Avengers

The Avengers
US Theatrical: May 04, 2012

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said at 2:47 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
 3 Shout Outs!
Best Superhero movie Ever. The casting & plot were excellent. Hulk completely stole the show making him my favourite character in it.

Man it was all just sooooooooooooo good. Can't wait for the sequel "Age Of Ultron" in 2015. LOL.
said at 1:02 PM on Tue Jun 11 2013
 4 Shout Outs!
Hulk looks constipated.
said at 2:06 AM on Fri Dec 13 2013
@VctrBnsn HULK SPLASH (the toilet water from taking a massive dump)!
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:18 AM on Fri Dec 13 2013
@VctrBnsn He does, ha ha.

It was one of the few good, steady close-ups of him in the movie, though. :( I wanted to get a good close-up of him in the light, with a good "angry" look, but there's a surprising lack of headshots like that in the movie. They're either not angry, in the dark, TOO close-up or too FAR AWAY.
said at 11:28 PM on Mon Oct 1 2012
Lou Ferrigno sounded too high-pitched as Hulk when he said "Puny God".
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 4:34 PM on Wed Jan 2 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight It wasn't actually Lou who said that line, it was Ruffalo when he provided the motion capture. Lou was apparently only the "growling and roaring" and whatnot.
said at 9:32 PM on Wed Jan 2 2013
@TylerMirage Yeah, I didn't know that when I posted that.
said at 5:04 AM on Mon May 21 2012
Greatest. Superhero. Movie. Ever. I can't get enough of it. Ir exceeded my expectations in every way!
said at 10:33 PM on Tue May 22 2012
@SparklyShake12 It rather, not ir.
said at 1:02 PM on Sat May 12 2012
Best Marvel movie ever made!! The Hulk was very impressive as well, powerful and funny!
He is now one of my favorite Avengers :)
Nightmare Crusher
said at 7:03 PM on Wed May 9 2012
 8 Shout Outs!
This movie was everything that Transformers should have been and MUCH more.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:07 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@Nightmare Crusher Except for, you know, the whole GIANT TRANSFORMING ROBOTS angle, yeah. ;)
Nightmare Crusher
said at 8:10 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@TylerMirage I mean as a movie. Transformers big problem was that it didn't have enough of the giant robots.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:29 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@Nightmare Crusher And that it was kinda racist
Nightmare Crusher
said at 8:31 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@Music Meister I've been trying to block that out of my memory.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 9:44 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@Nightmare Crusher No, I get what you were saying. ;) And I agree. On paper, they share a lot of similarities, it's the execution that's vastly different.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 10:38 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@Nightmare Crusher And also, keep in mind on the "not enough of the giant robots"-thing, the fact that those robot characters (the dozens that each movie had) had to have hundreds of people spend months and months and months creating them. Lots of manpower, lots of time and lots of money means that they have to try and limit how much the robot appear. And for all of those constraints, I'd say that the trilogy did fairly well.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 11:24 PM on Sat Sep 29 2012
@TylerMirage I'd say two of them did pretty well given the cost. As for the other one, let's just say that Devastator should get something to cover up his wrecking balls.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 12:24 AM on Sun Sep 30 2012
@Nightmare Crusher Oh good, I was hoping this wouldn't devolve into an argument. :) And you basically read my mind on the matter - not just about Devy's constructicles. ;) The first film used any lack of robots to its advantage: It's an origin story (to an extent), that has to set up an entire universe and keep these characters very mysterious and ambiguous until their big reveal. It is a human story that just happens to involve the Transformers. They were treated like the mysterious, god-like aliens that they are. Keep them hidden, keep them in the shadows, don't oversell them, etc.. "DotM" had, no question, the most robot scenes/most robot screentime of the trilogy, and I think that had a lot to do with the increasing establishment that these robots ARE characters. The audience is getting used to having these characters speak and act as if they were legitimately on set with the actors. No need to try and hide them; the audience knows the schtick and we want to see them, and "DotM" offers us the most we've ever seen. Meanwhile "RotF" sort of drops the ball on that one. :( Lack of "robot time" in "RotF" is basically due to poor editing, poor character continuity, and just plain lack of "hey let's actually put some Transformers in the shot". Which is unfortunate. I find that each movie improves upon a lot of things as they go on, but they also drop the ball on a lot of things as they go on.
Foxwolf (Admin)
said at 3:58 AM on Mon Oct 1 2012
@TylerMirage given the cost to render the bots in CG, I hope with TF4 and the supposed redesigns that they'll be less complex (less moving parts), which should result in lower CG and rendering costs and I hope that results in more bots and more bot screen time!!:D
Nightmare Crusher
said at 11:14 PM on Wed Oct 3 2012
@Foxwolf Definitely. I always thought the designs were too busy anyway.
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