J.M. Hunter wrote:Mark Ruffalo vs. Ed Norton vs. Eric Bana who's the best Banner?
I'd have to say Norton. Ruffalo is a bit underutilized here because there simply isn't time, so it's a bit unfair to compare him to 2 guys that had entire films. I think he does a good job for the time he's given.
Is the Hulk really worth the hype everyone says he is? People are saying he steals the show?
Depends. The animation on the Hulk is not great and I think they did it better in the Incredible Hulk. It does look like Ruffalo, though. Character-wise, the Hulk steals the show in the final 30 minutes and gets the best laughs in the film.
Any Antman or Henry Pym references?
Not that I caught.
Villain at the end of the credits?
I really don't want to spoil this at this moment unless people really want to know. I think it's a pretty big deal.
How does this Whedon film compare to the other Whedon films?
I think Serenity was the better film. The plot was tighter and the pacing was way better. It seems in the Avengers, that Whedon may have been trying to throw in too much and it ended up being a bit uneven at times.
How does it compare to the other Marvel movies?
How does it do up against the other Super Hero genre films?
I would say this depends on taste. I think that the plot for this was so bare bones that I don't know if it even cracks my top 10. There are moments in the film that are absolutely awesome, but all put together, it just doesn't feel very epic. I think films like Hellboy 2, X-Men 2, and X-Men (among others) are better.