Mom: I won't lie. I was jealous. I loved Thor, Ironman. I used to collect Marvel comics.
Angelique: I really felt bad that I couldn't take you Mom.
Mom: Don't worry. You'll be taking me Thursday at midnight when it opens. Now tell the people what they can expect.
Angelique: You can read below or LISTEN HERE.
The first thing I love about "The Avengers is we finally find out what Sam Jackson is up to. His character Nick Fury comes out of the shadows, reveals his plan, assembles the team and they whoop behinds. These characters are so different that just seeing them trying to interact creates comedy. This is not your typical non-stop action flick. You get lots of action, lots of laugh and real insight into who these people are and what they stand for.
Robert Downey Jr. is his usual brilliant self, but an unlikely new favorite is Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk. Marvel has swung and missed a few times with The Hulk, but I like Mark Ruffalo. The approach is a bit different, but his quirky, pensive nature works well for Bruce Banner. It is high time Ruffalo was plucked from the land of evolved indy films and tossed into the pit of blockbusters. He's earned it.
You will want to see this film twice. The kids will want to see it 5 times. I saw it in 3D, but with the exception of a few moments, I don’t think it’s worth the extra money. My other tip is to make sure you watch "Thor" because "The Avengers" revolves around his story. And most importantly, stay till the end where they reveal the next chapter in the saga. Muah ha ha ha ha.