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View Poll Results: How do you grade The Avengers?
A+ 149 46.42%
A 102 31.78%
A- 30 9.35%
B+ 17 5.30%
B 11 3.43%
B- 5 1.56%
C+ 0 0%
C 4 1.25%
C- 1 0.31%
D+ 1 0.31%
D 0 0%
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Old May 14 2012, 08:14 PM   #961
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Yup, the smaller frame "pocket glocks" are terribly uncomfortable (not that the 17 is much better) and have poor accuracy.

The 1911 range is much better, my 'Baby Hi-Capa" (a 2011 Colt model) is far more comfortable and from what I've read, the real steel version is far superior in most ways to the Glock series of comparable size and weight (26, 33 etc) with .45 ACP as standard.

I'd have much prefered her to use something more like that, but her weapons were probably the least important of any of the main 6 so guess it didn't matter.
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Old May 14 2012, 08:39 PM   #962
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Yeah, I wondered about the woman's reaction when he got unmasked.
I just attributed that to what I'd think a persons reaction would be to someone being unmasked. "Let me get a good look at mystery person."

So in the deleted scenes is a moment where she serves Steve coffee it seems? That's fine but I don't think it's a plot hole it just imo changed the perception of the unmasking.
I never said it was a plot hole. I just wondered at the focus on her reaction.
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Old May 14 2012, 09:05 PM   #963
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Yup, the smaller frame "pocket glocks" are terribly uncomfortable (not that the 17 is much better) and have poor accuracy.

The 1911 range is much better, my 'Baby Hi-Capa" (a 2011 Colt model) is far more comfortable and from what I've read, the real steel version is far superior in most ways to the Glock series of comparable size and weight (26, 33 etc) with .45 ACP as standard.

I'd have much prefered her to use something more like that, but her weapons were probably the least important of any of the main 6 so guess it didn't matter.

SHIELD has been using rayguns since the 60s, they are as powerful as the plot demands. If we can have Tony blasting everything in sight with lasers and repulsers, surely SHIELD agents can have rayguns!!
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Old May 14 2012, 09:23 PM   #964
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But they had Cap going WTF when he found what looked like Hydra weapons to him
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Old May 14 2012, 09:31 PM   #965
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Which is strange if you think about it. He hasn't seen a weapon fired and has been hanging out alone in a mock-up 40s gym. Why wouldn't he think that everyone had a raygun by now if Hydra had them in the 40s and he'd turned them over to the U.S. military?
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Old May 14 2012, 10:14 PM   #966
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Without the power from the cosmic cube to power the ray guns they're pretty much useless. And I thought Fury said that the cube had been inactive for years.
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Old May 14 2012, 10:19 PM   #967
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Which is strange if you think about it. He hasn't seen a weapon fired and has been hanging out alone in a mock-up 40s gym. Why wouldn't he think that everyone had a raygun by now if Hydra had them in the 40s and he'd turned them over to the U.S. military?
He was one of the guys who actually did some homework.
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Old May 14 2012, 11:25 PM   #968
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Which is strange if you think about it. He hasn't seen a weapon fired and has been hanging out alone in a mock-up 40s gym. Why wouldn't he think that everyone had a raygun by now if Hydra had them in the 40s and he'd turned them over to the U.S. military?
But then there was also the issue of that Hydra helmet. That can't be explained away that easily.
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Old May 15 2012, 03:47 AM   #969
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The Hulk wins out as my favorite character. Is he (The Hulk) going to get another movie with MR as The Hulk? I have never had any desire to see a Hulk film until now.
Hulk was amazing in this movie. It was because of all the funny scenes with the character that was lacking in the previous two Hulk movies.

Whedon just GETS all the characters. I really hope he will be back as director and writer if we get an Avengers 2.
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Old May 15 2012, 03:50 AM   #970
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I'm sure they'll at least make him an offer. After all he made them a mint.
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Old May 15 2012, 04:01 AM   #971
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The Hulk wins out as my favorite character. Is he (The Hulk) going to get another movie with MR as The Hulk? I have never had any desire to see a Hulk film until now.
Hulk was amazing in this movie. It was because of all the funny scenes with the character that was lacking in the previous two Hulk movies.

Whedon just GETS all the characters. I really hope he will be back as director and writer if we get an Avengers 2.
Avengers 2 isn't a matter of an "if." It's a "WILL" considering Avengers made a billion dollars in one week.
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Old May 15 2012, 04:12 AM   #972
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$1 billion already...crazy, sick, amazing success! The sequel has now been announced by Disney.

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Old May 15 2012, 04:15 AM   #973
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$1 billion already...crazy, sick, amazing success! The sequel has now been announced by Disney.

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Old May 15 2012, 04:21 AM   #974
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Trekker4747 wrote: View Post
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The Hulk wins out as my favorite character. Is he (The Hulk) going to get another movie with MR as The Hulk? I have never had any desire to see a Hulk film until now.
Hulk was amazing in this movie. It was because of all the funny scenes with the character that was lacking in the previous two Hulk movies.

Whedon just GETS all the characters. I really hope he will be back as director and writer if we get an Avengers 2.
Avengers 2 isn't a matter of an "if." It's a "WILL" considering Avengers made a billion dollars in one week.
It took more than one week to make a billion dollars.
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Old May 15 2012, 05:00 AM   #975
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It took more than one week to make a billion dollars.
The point stands. Its a MARVELous achievement for a CBM. I never thouhgt I'd live to see the day when CBMs are going to be the normal staple for summer movie frenzies.
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