Bit Shot Superhero Peoples

Okay, yesterday saw the first PDR/Kiiip teamup in apparently forever. We saw the Avengers. I will talk about it now.

First I will talk about the fact that we saw it in 3-D. I have never before seen a 3-D movie, but we would have had to wait about two hours to get a proper viewing. Here is my thoughts: 3-D works a lot better than I was expecting it to. I won’t go so far as to say it was a big improvement on the movie or that it was necessary to the enjoyment of the thing, but the technology works better than I expected from what I had pictured after hearing about it all this time. So, I guess, good job to the people whose job it is to carve movies into three dimensions or whatever.

As to the movie itself, I thought it was quite good. I don’t even know what else to say. This is, pretty much, how superhero movies have to be if they’re really going to stick around. And, I can’t say this for sure, but I don’t think any of the other Marvel Studios flicks were set in New York, so having a superhero adventure set there, where they belong, was just correct. I doubt anyone cares, but I’m not going to go into details of the movie here. Just let me be one of the last people on the Internet, probably, to say, “Yeah, that’s a good movie.”

I left the theatre just thinking of all the other Marvel properties that ought to get moviefied and I must say is that if we don’t have a Damage Control movie at least in the works by five years from now, something is definitely wrong.

  1. Hmm. Now that I think of it there isn’t any straight up Marvel Studio movies that take place in NY except maybe parts of the Incredible Hulk. That’s kind of surprising. If you count movies they co produced there is a few more but they are really lacking NY in the movies.

    • Bits of Captain America were there too, I think, but this is the most we’ve had by far. I’m confident that will change as time goes on.

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