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One Star 2 3.23%
Two Stars 2 3.23%
Three Stars 16 25.81%
Four Stars 23 37.10%
Five Stars 19 30.65%
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Old Today, 02:33 AM   #5821
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For me, and I truly hate ranking them, but here is my shot at ranking the ten I've seen.

1. Iron Man
2. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
3. Guardians of the Galaxy
4. Captain America: The First Avenger
5. Avengers
6. Thor
7. Iron Man 2
8. The Incredible Hulk
9. Thor: The Dark World
10. Iron Man 3

Honestly, beyond the top three and the bottom two, the rest are interchangeable. It just depends on the day and my mood. And I'd still argue that the worst of the Marvels is better than a lot of other movies these days.
Mine are

1. The Winter Soldier
2. The Avengers
3. Iron Man
4. Guardians of the Galaxy
5. The First Avenger
6. Iron Man 3
7. Thor
8. The Incredible Hulk
9. Iron Man 2
10. The Dark World.

Hoping Ultron can at least make it in the top 5.
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Iron Man 3 would like a word with you
I LOVED the beginning of Iron Man 3, sadly the Mandarine was just a joke.

The final battle is a mess.
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Old Today, 03:50 AM   #5824
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The Avengers
Iron Man
The Incredible Hulk
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Guardian of the Galaxy
Captain America: The First Avenger
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Thor
Iron Man 3
Iron Man 2
Thor: The Dark World

4 have been awesome. 4 have been meh. And the middle 2 were decent. Hopefully AoU is in the top group. I only own the top 4 films.
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Old Today, 04:38 AM   #5825
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There's already a cam version online. Marvel is dumb as hell for not releasing it here first
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There's already a cam version online. Marvel is dumb as hell for not releasing it here first
They've been doing it the same way for literally years and for the first Avengers movie, which still made $1.5 billion. Clearly they think it's worth it, but it must completely suck for you guys not being able to see it yet and with spoilers everywhere. I was getting scared just having to put up with it for a few hours when a couple of European countries had it before we got it, I would probably end up not even going on the internet for a week if that were the case for me. Not that I could handle being off the net for that long due to my addiction, but I'd think about it seriously for at least 4 minutes. :P
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My Rankings

1. Guardians of the Galaxy (8/10)
2. The Avengers (8/10)
3. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (8/10)
4. Avengers: Age of Ultron (7/10)
5. Iron-Man (7/10)
6. The Incredible Hulk (7/10)
7. Iron-Man 3 (7/10)
8. Thor (6/10)
9. Captain America: The First Avenger (6/10)
10. Iron-Man 2 (5/10)
11. Thor: The Dark World (5/10)
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There's already a cam version online. Marvel is dumb as hell for not releasing it here first
Yeah, but who wants to watch a crappy hand cam though? Something this big needs to be seen on the big screen.
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I don't get why this wasn't released simultaneously across the globe or at the very least in the top countries worldwide. It's just a shame your guys over in Canada/US have to wait (what seems like forever) before you can taste this enjoyable movie.
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I don't get why this wasn't released simultaneously across the globe or at the very least in the top countries worldwide. It's just a shame your guys over in Canada/US have to wait (what seems like forever) before you can taste this enjoyable movie.
Ah the poor US makes a nice change if you ask me
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Ah the poor US makes a nice change if you ask me
Amen!
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Saw it last night. It was ok, a total CGI fest of course which isn't always to my liking, but never really expected anything different.

What I struggle with is keeping up with the action. Every split second there is a head being smashed into a wall or a car being used as a weapon etc and my eyes and brain failed to keep up at times and I had to figure out who was pummeling who in like 1.2 seconds before the shot switches, but maybe that's just because i'm not 16 years old and am actually a man in my early 30s.

I found it fairly enjoyable, the endless speeches got a little tiring for me, but there was good humour in it and i'll probably buy the disc version when it appears.

My friends persuaded me to go to a 3D showing, which I regretted. Still don't like 3D, I felt it added nothing and if anything contributes to the "WTF is happening" feeling I get during action scenes.
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