The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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| DVD (4)
Average animated action tale features troubled superheroes.
It gave me what I wanted, in terms of entertainment, acting, animation, and sheer style...
It's too violent for younger viewers, but not mature enough for older ones. It's a movie trapped in between target audiences.
Fast-paced, action-packed, and really fun to watch, "Ultimate Avengers: The Movie" may not be the most sophisticated Marvel film out there, but as their first kick at the can in returning to animated films, they definitely did not disappoint. Now don't get me wrong, as much as I enjoyed watching this film, it almost feels too short for the amount of substance lingering around the film and a lot more that was brushed over felt like it needed to be explored. The main goal of this film was to bring together all of the classic and well-known characters to fight an enormous threat, and while that aspect of it was awesome, I felt like they were too afraid of The Hulk for me to care about the main threat that had been set up. At times the script goes all over the place, but when it's on track, it hits every mark that it should. Overall, it's not a great film, but it is a blast to watch!
The Ultimate comics were a great re-imagining of the Avengers in a gritty, more plausible and realistic universe.
Unfortunately, their animated counterparts always lack the sophistication, depth and maturity to communicate any of that.
So here we have this little abomination. It's kind of disheartening to see a cast that has such potential distilled and simplified into a brainless extravaganza of explosions and contrive drama for "young viewers" but here it is.
2 stars instead of 1 because god knows this is as good as an adaptation of these characters in animated form are going to get for decades to come.
More like an episode of the animated TV series, rather than a movie. It's rushed, not much story, but there is a lot of action. This doesn't even compare to the DC Animated movies(and I've always been a marvel guy myself). Those movies feature great animation, and solid storytelling. This showcased lackluster animation and a story that shouldn't have been crammed into 68 minutes. Captain America's origin starts the movie out, then we get just a couple minutes with the rest of the Avengers. Luckily with the live action movies, we've gotten each characters back story out of the way. Here, their all just thrown together at random. While the action is what you would expect, don't expect much more from this. I just hope, and pray, that the live action movie next year is far better than this.
It was good and entertaining cartoon movie, love the voices, the story is great!
In 1945, Captain America, U.S. soldier created with a Super-Soldier Serum, is fighting the Nazis during World War II, and after averting a nuclear disaster, he falls into the icy waters of the North Atlantic, and frozen in suspended animation, only to be revived in the twenty-first century by the American military, who are hoping that they can recreate the serum in Captain America's blood in order to create more super-soldiers. But now, with the world facing the very same evil, Captain America must rise again as our last hope of survival, and lead a strong-willed team of today's superheroes.
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