The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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Two of Marvels biggest superheroes team-up for a super-charged adventure in Iron Man/Hulk: Heroes Unite. When a Hydra experiment to use the Hulk to power a new reactor goes awry and creates a being of pure energy called Zzzax, who then attacks the power-grid, the Hulk and Iron Man team-up to stop him. The plot is a little thin and is patted out with superfluous fights that go nowhere. Still, the fights are pretty entertaining and allow each character to show off their powers. And the voice actors do a good job, and the score brings a lot of energy to the film. The animation, however, is a little rough; particularly in the texturing and fluidity of movement. Yet despite its problems, Iron Man/Hulk: Heroes Unite is a fun animated feature that Marvel fans will enjoy.
I don't think it needed to be CG animated as it just come across cheap but I did enjoy the story and it had some ok action scenes, It's made for kids more than anyone else with lots of silly humour so they will enjoy it but anyone older than 6 years old will soon forget this film exists.
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