Road to Avengers Infinity War | The best and worst of The Avengers


It was only the death of Agent Coulson and a little bit of canniness by Fury that the Avengers finally united to defeat Loki and his Chitauri army. I suppose they were trained soldiers considering they were Thanos’ own army, so how come Black Widow and Hawkeye – people with no superpowers – were able to handle multiple Chitauri so easily? Eye-popping visuals
The Avengers was an incredibly good-looking film in the sense that it employed a seamless combination of computer generated and practical visual effects that worked well. Characters
The Avengers had interestingly sketched characters that made the world of the film a believable construct, which in turn made the experience of the film immersive and the stakes real. Of course, Bruce Banner had extreme anger issues. It was a delight to finally watch the superheroes fighting together as a team to protect the planet. Loki
The Avengers had an extraordinary villain with a master plan. Banter
Avengers are not Avengers without making fun of each other. There was a reason Nick Fury brought together many people with special abilities. Tony Stark got to ridicule Thor (“Doth Mother know you weareth her drapes?”) and Cap (“Everything special about you came out of a bottle”) and frankly, even while being a little rude, it made us like Tony even more. Like the threat of otherworldly beings like Loki and Chitauri. And of course, the alpha males Captain America and Iron Man did not get along initially. Most of all, the film had an intelligible plot with a solid reason to bring multiple metahumans together to form a team
And it was great that the superheroes did not instantly gel together. But Chitauri felt like cannon-fodder. Five best things about The Avengers
A solid justification for team-up
The Avengers was not a superhero team-up film just for the heck of it. Loki, played by Tom Hiddleston, was an impressive villain. It was a treat for comic-book fans and delivered in almost everything. Of course, they had egos, disparate personalities just like normal people, and altercations were only natural. Related News
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Published: April 21, 2018 2:59:13 pm

Before Avengers Infinity War releases, here’s looking back at The Avengers. The Joker wanted to make Batman insane like him, Loki just wanted to rule the earth. Loki managed to manipulate genius-level minds like Nick Fury, Tony Stark, Bruce Banner and so on. The film had loads of action, fun, humour and a smart, eellike villain in Loki. Chitauri was another disappointing MCU villain. No backgrounder
There should have been more information for those who had not seen previous MCU movies. Two not-so-great things about The Avengers
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The Avengers had many things going in its favour. They were standard CGI armies that seem to be made up of straw by looking at the ease with which they are destroyed. Also Read: Road to Avengers Infinity War | The best and worst of Captain America: The First Avenger
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Sure, it seemed a little derivative, what with Loki deliberately getting caught – like the Joker in The Dark Knight – but the desired result was different enough. The reason was threats that conventional soldiers could not handle. The Avengers had some really special cinematic moments. The Avengers must have been a little confusing for them.