The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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They aren't sanitized for Saturday morning broadcast, and they aren't meddled with as the feature films still tend to be.
It probably ranks higher than either of the live-action Hulk movies: at once humbler in its aims and keener in its understanding of the character.
Marvel's new deal with Madhouse Studio bodes well for the future. The Japanese animation giant...has the chops to produce spectacular, dynamic, colorful, stylish animation (or, rather, anime) that's an evolutionary leap for Marvel on the small screen.
HULK BEATS EVERYBODY! I love this stuff and I guess its easy to chew since I am a fan of the mean-green madman. Awesome animated action and cool interesting enough story to keep me in.
WOLVERINE and HULK. Two animalistic maniacs. An awesome match! "Pure Rage" versus "Balls Of Steel"...
THOR's power versus HULK's rage! Another catastrophic rumble between two supernatural beings, toe to toe and head to head!
Fantastic double feature for Marvel junkies and Hulk fanatics.
Two superb mini movies including the Hulk, Thor and Wolverine and many more marvel characters. To me both were good but the Hulk and Wolverine one was the best to me or that I like more. Great times!!!
First: Vs. Wolverine, Hulk has been tearing a line across the Canadian countryside, leaving a swath of destruction in his wake. He has to be stopped, and there's only one man up to the job. He's the best there is at what he does, but what he does isn't very nice. He's Wolverine, an elite agent of Canada's top secret Department H, and he's been put on Hulk's trail with a single objective: stop the green Goliath...at all costs. Hulk and Wolverine are about to enter the fiercest battle of their lives.
Second Part: Vs. Thor: Asgard, realm of the gods. For ages, Loki the trickster has sought a way to bring defeat to his accursed stepbrother, Thor. But for all the battles Thor has fought, in all the nine realms, only one creature has ever been able to match his strength - a mortal beast of Midgard known as The Incredible Hulk. Now, with Odin, the almighty king of the gods, deep in a regenerative sleep, and the forces protecting Asgard at their weakest, Loki is finally ready to spring his trap. In an epic battle that will pit gods against monsters, that will test a hero's limits more than ever before, only The Mighty Thor can hope to prevail.
It's essentially geared toward a young audience that loves seeing endless and brutal fight scenes. That part of me loved it, as well as the John Romita Jr style animation. However, this is nothing great in terms of storytelling or characters. It's pretty corny at times, especially in the Thor segment, and things seem incredibly rushed.
The Thor section had great animation while the Wolverine side was pretty shotty. Story wise they both got the job done but I can say if you arent a fan of these characters or slug fests its just not for you.
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