Evie Totty: “It ruled.”
I don't have enough good words to describe this movie. Run, don't walk to see this.
Steve West: To see the Hulk's response to Loki's insults was worth the price of admission plus the popcorn. Some liberties were taken from the comic with new original members and the deletion of others that is an improvement. Captain America joins earlier than the comic but seems a natural for the movie. Iron Man holds a patent for snarkiness that works. The villain merits the formation of a super team of heroes. My only complaint (and it's a minor one) was the war-like level of violence (a huge chunk of New York is demolished) without a realistic number of casualties. There is almost no onscreen deaths despite violence on par with the opening sequence of Saving Private Ryan. Because it's a movie that includes attention to younger viewers it's understandable but still... This movie is fantastic and delivers on all its promises. − May 12, 2012 more by Steve
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Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”
Great entertainment! Mark Ruffalo's Hulk is the surprise delight of the film, transcending the ambitious misfires that preceded this. Loki is improved too. Black Widow gets more action than Cap? I really enjoyed this, and didn't want this movie to end.
Mike Eberhart: “It ruled.”
I've liked all of the Marvel movies so far. Iron Man, Thor, Captain America. This one, however, is probably number one on my all time list of awesome movies. It was non-stop action. The teaser at the very end of the movie definitely makes you want to see the next installment. I'm ready to see the next batch of movies next year to see where the story lines go.
Erik Bates: “It was ok.”
I know I watched the movie. I know I enjoyed it. However, months later, very little has stuck with me, hence my "OK" rating.