The Avengers

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By Mark Ramsey | 2012/05/08

Earth is under attack!

This is a job for as many B-level comic book heroes as we can contractually lock in, all under the direction of Samuel L. Jackson as the aptly named “Nick Fury,” a leader with no depth perception and a tendency for the kind of colorful language that a PG-13 washes out of his mouth with a bit of soap.

Saving the world is one task – making it safe for a Scarlett Johansson performance is quite another.  In The Avengers Scarlett must not only act, she must act Russian! Listen, I wouldn’t trust Scarlett to save the world if it only meant saving the world’s very last issue of Vogue.

So let’s assemble our team:  Who better to defend Earth from armageddon than a guy from the ’40′s with a sturdy shield, a Dolce & Gabbana spokesmodel, a lifeguard with a really big hammer, a guy with anger issues, and “Shecky” Stark, a wise-cracking man in iron whose suit is 100% heckle-proof.

And while we’re at it, let’s include an archer, because what could be more effective against interstellar battle than a bow and arrows? “You never know when an alien invader is the Sheriff of Nottingham,” warned Jackson.

The problem begins when a cube – the doorway to the other end of space – is stolen from a presumably secure government location.  Why do we need a doorway to the other end of space?  “To find a place where The Housewives of Orange County has never aired” replied Jackson.

That’s good enough for me.

The evil Loki returns from Marvel movies past to steal the cube.  So Earth must face its most potent foe – a spear-carrying guy dressed like a gold antelope who seeks to free us from our freedom.  Bring on the extraterrestrial petting zoo!

“My horns are huge and so I must be compensating for something,” acknowledged Loki, who was nevertheless spotted with a Kardashian and introducing his own line of girly hair products.

Warfighting ensues.  Time to cue our archery team from Dolce & Gabbana.

Enter The Hulk, as played by Eric Bana…I mean, Edward Norton…I mean, Mark Ruffalo…I mean, who really cares who plays The Hulk? We’re talking about following in the big green footsteps of Lou Ferrigno, after all.

So our heroes must recover the cube because it is the secret to sustainable energy.  “The less detail I go into there, the quicker we can get to the action and sustain our international box office,” explained Sam Jackson.

But first, our heroes must battle each other and learn to get along while dodging Robert Downey Jr.’s, gamma-ray powered one-liners. “I’m the Jamie Kennedy of the Avengers,” said Downey, “and I’m here all week!”

Scarlett Johansson’s secret power is her sheer Johanssonness, and the sheerer the better.  “In my skintight catsuit, my power is to make high expectations disappear,” said Johansson, without moving a single facial muscle.

“You mewling quim!” Scarlett shouts at Loki using the kind of language that Scarlett could only have read one syllable at a time and practiced in front of the mirror when she wasn’t otherwise shooting self-pics.

“So we’re using Jeopardy-style insults are we,” replied Loki “in a movie featuring a flying aircraft carrier?! So be it, you breezy squib!”

“I have to wipe out the red in my ledger,” explained Scarlett, “although red is the new black, so assuming we mean the ledger between my butt and my thigh maybe it’s an improvement.”

Enter giant flying tadpoles from a hole in the sky!  They’re set to destroy Earth – slowly and evidently one building at a time.

“At this rate we shall control this planet in two-and-a-half centuries!” said Loki.  “And that’s one century quicker than CBS can control Two and a Half Men.

The Avengers is everything it was intended to be, which isn’t much more than a warm-weather kickoff.  So check your big green troubles and your bow at the door, slip on your 3D eyepatch, slide into your catsuit, and get ready for your rimshot cue.

“Target acquired, target engaged, target angry….” Target tired.

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433 Responses to “The Avengers”

  1. Alison Ordonez says:

    Yuck, I stumbled upon “Mark Ramsey” on Rotten Tomatoes and had to see what fool would actually employ him as a movie critic. My search lead me here. Dood. Disable the comments. It just makes you look even more pathetic. You’re not funny. You’re not inciteful. You REALLY suck at this. You should work for the Red Eye.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    I don’t know what the Red Eye is, but if it’s the same as the Evil Eye, I’m giving it to you right now.

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    Stewart Reply:

    Excuse me, Mark. I don’t get this. I have not yet seen this movie, so it’s hard for me to discern whether or not I should see it based on your review. Can’t tell if you’re just trolling fan boys or not.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    The “Rancid” stamp on my rant should be pretty unambiguous. But short of that, I recommend that you make up your own mind.

  2. Alison Ordonez says:

    TROLLJUICE!

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Good use of caps.

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  3. DanielWay says:

    You’re a pretty awful critic and a worse human being. Consider a shotgun enema.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    You seem to have an anal fixation.

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    Xephon Reply:

    I guess he does, since he’s talking to an asshole.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Cue rimshot.

    Audience ripples with chuckles in response to obvious punchline.

    Eh... Reply:

    Funny you should say “rimshot” when making a response to a comment about anuses… Oh well makes sense since the review was shit. See what I did there?

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Step away from the tights, ma’am!

  4. Blake says:

    I can’t tell if you’re serious or if you’re joking. Either way, your writing is terrible and isn’t funny either way.

    I’m wondering when we’ll get an actual review of the movie and not just some guy playing Mad Libs.

    “This character looks like a (Animal) wearing (Clothing Line) while saying (Pop Culture Reference)”

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Yes, because reviews of this film are so hard to come by, aren’t they?

    I think your Mad Lib construction is too constraining: “This character looks like a White-faced Saki Monkey wearing Anna Sui: “Let’s shoot arrows at aliens,” he said, sniffing a big green butt.”

    Nah, too constraining.

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  5. Stephanie says:

    Wow, Mark, I guess the secret to getting comments is criticize the superhero movie. I’m a little late to the party – but it always amazes me how the trolls come out of the woodwork when you hurt their feelings by making fun of the silliness of a silly movie. Good “review” as always; and I enjoyed your retorts to the stupid complaints. Fun!

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Stephanie, thanks for the note. Now get your force field ready! The “underwear on the outside” bombers are about to attack!

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  6. Amit Kumar says:

    Good review.. funny thing is that the entire city is destroyed and u see a girl interviewed by tv news saying ”thank god im alive! ” WTF

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    I only wish there were more funny things.

    Thanks Amit.

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  7. Rotato says:

    I clicked on your review while visiting rotten tomatoes; I was interested to see what a detractor had to say about The Avengers.

    Reading your review was a huge waste of time, there was just nothing worthwhile.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    And you’ve made your investment of time all the richer by adding your two cents.

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  8. TheQ says:

    Not really a review, more like an example of detached irony. Infotainment-lite?

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    That about sums it up.

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  9. Mr.SteveBob says:

    Damn, was this movie terrible. I can’t believe anybody liked it – even children. Do summer blockbusters now have to have boring CG action set-pieces by law? Even looking at the most wooden performances from the less-talented leads, it’s hard to tell if anyone could pull off all the cringeworthy dialog Whedon and the hacks they hired to help him have packed into this ‘epic’ movie (e.g. is guy who plays Thor terrible or is it just impossible to say those lines and not come off like a douche?).

    Thanks for the review, good buddy.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Thank you!

    And yes, the summer tradition of boring CG action set-pieces is indeed ordained by law.

    You can thank our do-almost-nothing-but-this congress.

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    Steve C. Reply:

    Amen! Three cheers for the 7% (of RT reviewers who know poop when they see it)

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    We are the 7%!

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  10. Xephon says:

    Sorry to hear you disliked Downey’s performance and Whedon’s dialogue. They could give you lessons in being funny.
    Lord knows, someone should.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Last I checked, the goal of this movie was not to be a comedy.

    Unless it wants to be taken seriously. Because THAT would be hysterical.

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  11. Tron says:

    Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and Hulk are “B-level comic book heroes”? O…kay…

    Seriously though, I wish I could even pretend to be as jaded as you. Well done.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    You’re welcome!

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  12. Angela B. says:

    Hi Mark,
    This was my first time to Rotten Tomatoes and I had to read your review – it was really funny and with plenty of ironic truth to it, and this is coming from one who loved the movie (and will go see it again). Yep, plenty of faults, plenty of not so explained story lines, or even completed ones – and yes, Hawkeye and BW (oh my) – she starts shooting randomly without aiming (with 9 mm or 40?? really?) and is a remarkable shot for some odd reason. I almost have to give poor Hawkeye more props at this point, at least his arrows were all high-tech.
    A bonk on the head cures the brain takeover? The old, fat scientist was able to fight the mind control, but not our superhero archer??
    Thought the same thing about Loki’s helmet…compensating for something…
    BUT – overall, I went to the movie hoping to be entertained with something that I hope I never outgrow, a youthful imagination and a love for comic book legends and heros. I was not disappointed!
    I love that today, I can watch a CG decked out movie of my favorite book/fantasy/comic characters come to ‘life’ in ways much better than 20 years ago.
    Yes, the adult in me saw the mistakes, wished for more development, thought some parts were just not plausible.
    But the child in me laughed and clapped and cheered. And I have to admit, I don’t think I have ever laughed at someone getting slammed into a floor – Hulk smash, that was funny.

    Loved the review!

    Angela

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Thank you Angela!

    And I love your perspective!

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  13. Raj says:

    I’m not offended by your opinion so much as the fact that you’re getting paid to write this tripe.

    It’s clear you weren’t interested in actually reviewing the movie, but even comedically this thing is really a mess. Hackneyed zingers using “smart” pop culture references like Two and A Half Men and Real Housewives. Weak, unfocused, snarky quips instead of actual jokes (“Bring on the extraterrestrial petting zoo!” must have sounded funnier in your head than it did on paper). And a weirdly ironic obsession with Scarlett Johansson’s body that’s worse than any objectification you could claim the movie employed. Not to mention those strange shifts between present and past tense in your writing.

    The only thing I’ve found truly funny is that you respond to comments the same way you responded to the movie; with faux-clever dismissal instead of intelligent engagement.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Heckle all you want, Raj, because I will continue to faux-cleverly dismiss you.

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  14. Carlos says:

    Congratulations for your negative review, the only thing I regret is that you actually felt short! It is such a bad movie, maybe I had unrealistic high expectations, maybe both.

    Absolutely agree with the arrows against ultra-advanced magic and/or technology. Scarlett Johansson superpower?… well, it should be paralize men while they are delighting her beauty. The Hulk is irrational, uncontrollable and angry one second and sarcastic and noble later. Finally we realize that he can even control his anger, BS.

    I disliked the bad humor of this guy almost declaring his love to Captain America, it was so dumb that could not believe it. And later when died almost got the A-team crazy/depressed about it, they were expecting some deaths, weren´t they? ohh they need a push to behave properly get the little cards painted with blood, problem fixed. Corny. (By the way what kind of material is Captain America shield, it seems to resist even a nuclear bomb).

    Two and a half centuries to conquer earth, hahahaha, that was funny, completely true… well maybe we didn’t see the rest of the army.

    The super ship of our heroes wasn’t that high tech since was not capable to prevent a few arrows to destroy it. Also nobody of the whole team didn’t see a threat coming.

    The less detail the better. This movie has no substance, basically resume something like this: loki wants earth, the avengers will prevent it, so … lets fight, the good ones win.

    One irrational beast, two gods, and fight-trained mortals = bad combination.

    Keep up your good work.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Thanks. I agree!

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  15. Tim says:

    Hey Mark,

    You’re wrong. Sure opinions and whatever, but no. You managed to somehow provide and incorrect opinion.

    After wading through your cringe-inducing unfunniness I was dismayed to find that all that remained of your review was that you didn’t like the movie for some reason.

    Just a tip from someone who has zero experience writing reviews, you may want to look into how all other movie reviews on the planet are constructed so you have the tools to actually convey the message you’re trying to send. Without having to sift through your poorly written filler I mean.

    Thanks!

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Well with zero experience you obviously know best. Is there anything else you have zero experience in that you could advise us all on?

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    Tim Reply:

    That’s the funny thing Mark, I shouldn’t know best. You should be worth your salt in writing reviews. Sadly we can all see that isn’t the case. Perhaps you should look into another line of work? Maybe that guy that people throw stuff at to try and dunk at carnivals? You would be perfect for that.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    I appreciate the career advice, coming as it does from the bearded lady.

  16. Haithem says:

    What were you expecting from this movie? I think it achieved what it set out to be: a movie that entertains people. It could be no more or no less

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    It could be much more. Instead it’s much less.

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  17. Eric says:

    Did I just read a review that didn’t think a movie about superheroes was realistic enough? Why can’t some people just enjoy things that are made for enjoyment?

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Not unrealistic, just dumb.

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  18. Tim says:

    I just got back from watching this movie. It was really, really dull – I can’t believe all the hype?! I’d compare it to the Transformers movies – just CGI on steroids for (in this case) 2.5 painful hours, which felt like longer. And the acting was wooden, almost without exception. There were a couple of very funny moments with the Hulk; the only redeeming feature as far as I could tell. I like a popcorn action flick like the next man, but this was charmless pap.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    They should have subtitled this “a.k.a. Transformers 4.”

    Or, for the illiterate in the audience…”Transformers Fore.”

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    jason Reply:

    shouldn’t the illiterate version be Transformers 4 not Transformers Fore seeing as if your illiterate you have trouble reading

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Touché

  19. Joseph W. Rinn says:

    This review truly shows a much deeper issue than the basic dislike of this amazing movie. It shows you have massive confidence issues. You must reply to every post that’s on here, classic behavior. Your replies are trollish, childish, and show clearly you are trying to defend your opinions. Why? That makes you an extremely bad movie critic. How can you criticize such a great film when you yourself possess an infinitely larger amount of flaws yourself? This movie was exactly what it was meant to be. An action packed, witty super hero movie that delivered the goods. And since the VAST majority of your colleagues agreed. I’d say this is just the rant of a lonely boy who didn’t get enough attention as a child.

    And please, spare me the little girl response, it’ll just make me chuckle and further strengthen my views (and many other fine folks’ as well) about you.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Flawed I may be, but is a hero’s flaws that make him meaningful to us.

    Unless of course he’s too busy shooting arrows at alien spaceships.

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  20. Jody says:

    Eventhough I do not agree with your review of the Avengers, I found it entertaining and even laughed. I enjoy your review and will have to read your others. Thank you! :)

    (And that was not meant in a sarcastic way)

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Thanks for the clarification, Jody. You are a woman of great taste!

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  21. Nicholas says:

    Ok apparently my first comment didn’t go throuh. Or something. Either way odds are you probably didn’t read it so:

    May I kindlly ask that you a more in depth reveiw, covering what you really did or didn’t like about the film. From this reveiw I can gather that you dont like Scarlett Johansson, didn’t like Hawkeye, and had some issues with the plot. This reveiw, aside from those tidbits is 90% pop culture references, and about 10% actual opinion. Assuming for a second you actually read my first comment I’ll spare you from repeating myself, and I really dont have a problem with you not liking the movie, but I think you would get a lot less hate for your opinions if you jst reveiwed the movie.

    Kim Kardashian? Two-And a Half Men? Orange County? What do thoes things have to do withthe movie? or your opinion of it? Just some constructive criticism, cut that crap out next time you reveiw something.

    Also, one minor note:
    “Enter giant flying tadpoles from a hole in the sky! They’re set to destroy Earth – slowly and evidently one building at a time.”
    Yes…..as opposed to…what?

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    Nicholas Reply:

    Also, don’t compare this to transformers. Five seconds of this movie is Citizen Kane to anything Michael Bay’s put out.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    This movie is more Danity Kane, less Citizen Kane.

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    TommyB Reply:

    Danny Kaye would have been enough for me.

    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    What part of “slowly and evidently one building at a time” sounds either efficient or entertaining to you?

    PS You’re right, I probably didn’t read it.

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  22. On with the Fuckening!!! says:

    If you woke in the wee hours of the night with a pain up your bum and a rubber sticking out of it, would you tell anyone?

    I’m thinkin’ judging from your thirst for defending yourself at every intimate angle, the answer is a big “mayyyybe?”

    Am I right?

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    There’s a difference between being defensive and answering a question.

    Don’t answer this comment, or you will risk being perceived as defensive.

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  23. jason says:

    From reading your review I am guessing 1) you have no knowledge of the Marvel universe outside of the movies released in the last few years. I will grant you black widow and hawkeye can be considered B-list superheros but Hulk Ironman Thor and Captain America are some of Marvels biggest. 2)if you are gonna review the movie review it properly tell us what you like and what you don’t like. I don’t need bad one liners from my movie reviewer I need well thought out critiques of the film. 3) if you don’t like a certain movie genre then don’t review those types of movies. If a reviewer goes in hating a type of movie then gives it a bad review then that review is useless to anyone looking for actual thoughts on a movie.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    You want well-thought-out critiques of a movie featuring a Norwegian God with a magical hammer, a dude with alien-killing arrows, a wise-crack powered man of iron, a big green doofus with infinitely expanding pants, a guy out-of-his-time whose greatest power seems to be his ability to hold a shield in front of trouble, and a women who can barely act let alone act Russian?

    You want that, really?

    You’re lucky I didn’t do the whole rant in a pair of mouse ears and a high-pitched falsetto.

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    Nicholas Reply:

    “You want well-thought-out critiques of a movie featuring a Norwegian God with a magical hammer, a dude with alien-killing arrows, a wise-crack powered man of iron, a big green doofus with infinitely expanding pants, a guy out-of-his-time whose greatest power seems to be his ability to hold a shield in front of trouble, and a women who can barely act let alone act Russian?

    You want that, really?”

    Yes, or else you’re not a critic.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    And suddenly the Heavenly Choirs of Angels sing out, the bells ring far and wide across the land, and the Holy Spirit descends upon Nicholas as he achieves enlightenment.

    RG Reply:

    So if you think a movie is ridiculous, you don’t have to write an intelligent review?

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    jason Reply:

    Yes I do really want that. Don’t just give me snarky comments give me an actual review. Let the readers know are the fight scenes good is the CG decent or so bad it distract’s from the movie. Is it worth paying the extra few bucks to see in 3D or imax or does it not matter and should I see it in 2D. You know basic info you would tell a friend if they asked you if they would go see the movie. Just because you don’t like this genre of movie is no reason to bash the concept of it. If you don’t like the style of the movie then don’t review it.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Well it’s too late now, isn’t it?

    Tim Reply:

    Yes. We really want that. That’s your job. Review movies regardless of their content. The comments by Jason and Nicholas were accurate.

    So was mine my the way. You should work at a carnival.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    My job would be to make your life miserable, whether here or at a carnival.

    You would definitely not be taking home the stuffed animal.

  24. Nicholas says:

    Also, do I really have to post my page long molouge again?

    *sigh*

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Nope.

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  25. Lee says:

    Good review!!
    It was pissy Scarlett could not even feign a Russian accent, or at least make some vague russian phrase…something…
    and Chris Evans’ bottle blonde dye job looked horrible!!
    But this is the one review I’ve read, where the reviewer isn’t burrowing his head up Whedon’s ass, so kudos!!

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    I’ve been up that ass (so to speak) and it’s pretty much what you’d expect! Thanks!

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  26. Brendon says:

    Funny stuff. I enjoyed the movie, but I definitely don’t understand the hype (and surpisingly, post-hype) surrounding the movie.

    I think maybe people didn’t want to admit that they had spent so much time anticipating Avengers (thanks to Marvel’s 2 hour info-movies made leading up to it), only to witness an average superhero movie with a good script.

    And you have to admit, there were some pretty good one-liners; I’m sure you had some appreciation for those. Anyway, I’m glad to see I’m not the only one who wasn’t blown away.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    You bet I did.

    I wish it added to more than those!

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  27. Steve C. says:

    Came across your existence b/c I was looking for any negative reviews on RT after seeing this $250 million piece of shit. Fight the Good Fight, Mark. Take this planet back from these middlebrows who lose their shit when someone taunts their favorite $1 billion grossing comic book movie (like its a scrappy underdog?). Are the adults ever going to make a come back in our pop culture?!?

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    “Middlebrow” would be a brow-lift, I’m afraid.

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  28. Transvengers! says:

    Your review points out the faults of the movie, while amusing.
    Some of us got it.

    The trail of hypervigilant defenders of the movie are not writers, or readers. Just fanboys.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    You’re telling me!

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  29. Muhabba says:

    I’ve been reading all the negative reviews on Rotten Tomatoes and yours is the only one I’ve felt the need to comment on. While with other negative reviews I read I could see the reviewers point (regardless if I agreed with it) yours made very little sense. Are you playing like you’re interviewing the actors, or… I don’t know. There is very little information on the movie. Your entire review seems to be based on what you have written the actors having said, not the actual movie. I’ve read negative reviews of the movie and some had very good points and some were actually funny. Your review was neither. Please try to take greater consideration in making a actual point to a movie and less time trying to be… funny? Were you trying to be funny? Was this a ironic hipster thing where you were pretending to do a interview and a movie review? In that case you are hilarious. Keep up the good work.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    I got bored so I focused only on your last two sentences. Thanks!

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  30. Umadbro? says:

    Have you ever even read a comic book? You sir are a worthless hack in dire need of an education in cinema.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    No, but I have looked at the pictures.

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  31. Ally says:

    My kids just dragged me to this movie. I thought it would have some redeeming features. It had almost none. Perhaps Hiddleston deserves a little love as evil incarnate.

    Otherwise, it was just violence, face shots of beautiful people, quips, confused plot, stupid costumes. I laughed at certain one liners or allusions, but was mostly bored by the “action” scenes. A shame.

    I think the review is spot on.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Finally, a person of discerning taste. Thanks!

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  32. Bermea says:

    There are reasons to not like this movie. But your review is so busy being completely unlikable itself, you never seem to actually get to them. Trust me, the movie was not as bad as your writing or your self-reverential sense of humor. Ugh.

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    If I don’t revere myself, who will?

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  33. nick says:

    Mr. Ramsey, you’re funny with your reviews and comments. Thank you

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Hey thanks.

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  35. Rach says:

    It was Loki who called black widow a mewling quim not the other way around. Did you intentionally switch it and I just didn’t get it? IDK. Just thought I’d post the comment anyway

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    It would have played better the other way around.

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  36. OG says:

    I love how you complain about the one liners and yet you consistently make one liners in your entire shitty review. You sound like that weirdo at school that interrupts conversations with exclamatory remarks to try and get a laugh in,

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    Mark Ramsey Reply:

    Those are the best weirdos.

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