The Avengers Movie Better Make Me Kak With Joy

201203231226395261919.pngHas there ever, EVER been a more highly anticipated movie than the Avengers?

I mean besides the trailers, teasers and general hype, there have also been no less than six movies produced in the build-up to this undeniably brobdingnagian (yes, that’s an actual word, look it up) cinematic event.

To put it bluntly, if watching this movie doesn’t make me actually see God himself, if it doesn’t send me into violent paroxysms of sheer joy while choirs of angels descend to sing the end credits, I am going to track down Joss Whedon and co. and kick them so hard in the balls, their grandchildren will walk funny.



Problem is, it’s highly unlikely that the movie is going to live up to people’s expectations given how much it’s been hyped up over the last SEVEN YEARS since Marvel Studios received the original grant to produce the movie back in 2005.

Sure, it took awhile for the rumour mill to start churning, but I can remember hearing about The Avengers well before the first Iron Man movie came out in 2008.

And now here it is, and SA fanboys the country over are literally having romance explosions in their pants because for some bizarre reason, it’s opening here TODAY a week before it opens in the States.

So to celebrate, here’s a trailer I’m pretty sure you won’t have seen for this explosion-packed action-fest, just to make sure you will have already seen ALL the good parts before you actually watch it.



Not sure if I’ll be posting tomorrow boys and girls with it being a public holiday and all, but stop by anyway and maybe I’ll surprise y’all.


1 Response to “The Avengers Movie Better Make Me Kak With Joy”

  1. 1 Seerower
    April 30, 2012 at 6:25 am

    I can without a doubt say that it is my 2nd favourite superhero movie of all time. It is that awesome because has so many of the best elements from the preceding superhero movies. It’s still unable to best The Dark Knight but others have (vehemently) disagreed with me.

    You should have watched The Hulk, Iron Man, Thor and Captain America before you watch The Avengers. I would almost go as far as saying you HAVE to watch them if you don’t want any “eh?-wtf-is-going-on?” moments. If you have not watched the easter-egg scenes after the credits of these films then do so before you watch The Avengers. You can catch up on them here:

    I watched it last week on opening day (in Oz) in 3D and it is definitely worth the 3D outing because of the wow-factor some of the scenes have in 3D.

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