I don’t know about all of you, but I’m seeing The Avengers tonight at a midnight release. But here’s one better: I’m not going as an average Joe. Nope, somehow I convinced a group of friends it would be a great idea to see the movie while wearing Avengers costumes. It’s going to be amazing!
And according to Rotten Tomatoes, The Avengers is now sitting at a 93% approval rating, which is only one percentage point lower than Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, a movie that revolutionized comic book films. Does this mean The Avengers is as good as The Dark Knight? Ask me tomorrow and I’ll give you an honest answer.
As a guy who doesn’t love comics, though, I’ve found myself pondering over the inclusion of Scarlett Johansson’s character, Black Widow. Where did she come from, and why did they not feel the need to give her a movie? I mean, I’d watch a Scarlett Johansson movie, even if it sucked. I’d watch it a dozen times.
But then the Internet answered me question:
Anyway, I’m all kinds of excited now and I still have a handful of hours until the movie drops. Guess I’ll go do something, like read or write or watch a horror movie. Actually, I’d rather watch another trailer. How about one with Loki and Tony Stark? That sounds good. Let’s hit it: