Look, rule one of dealing with the Incredible Hulk (at least, before he started doing yoga and meditation and getting that weird kind of half-transformation from the last few movies) is don’t make him angry.
It seems like a pretty stupid thing to do to a guy or monster or whatever that can and will very easily rip you in half if you make fun of him, like Tony has done here. It’s a good thing that Tony can fly, or we might not have gotten “Iron Man 3.” And what a shame that would have been.
Time to Discombobulate These Fools
There are lots and lots of very fast jokes and gags in the "Avengers" movies, but we don't think that they ever brought up that two of the principal actors portrayed Sherlock Holmes in various media. As an additional nod, we think that both of their Watsons are also present in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Jude Law, the Watson for Robert Downey Jr., plays Yon-Rogg in “Captain Marvel.” Martin Freeman, the sidekick to Cumberbatch's Holmes, plays Everett Ross, first introduced in “Captain America: Civil War.” However, neither of these two appears in any of the Avengers movies, as far as we can tell.
Fighting Side by Side
We didn't realize that black cats can grow so large, or are able to wield the power of a vibranium suit to fight against an extraterrestrial madman bent on unthinkable genocide. We just didn't think about it! But clearly, Tony Stark was working on building an army of allies long before Thanos ever reached Earth.
We just hope that Thanos doesn't discover Black Panther's weakness for catnip, belly rubs, and warm blankies. Otherwise, the final fight at the end of “Avengers: Infinity War” might not go the way the heroes want. Oh, well, it might go even worse, is what we're saying.
It's a Pretty Good Movie
The first Avengers movie was an incredible event. It brought together superheroes that we knew and loved (and also Bruce Banner) and gave them an incredible danger to fight off as a unified team. The jokes were on point, the action was great, the acting was amazing, and it was a non-stop ride from start to finish to wrap up the first phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It's the kind of film that people can, and clearly do, watch over and over until they can close their eyes and see the whole thing in its two-hour and twenty-three-minute entirety.
Loose Lips Sink Ships
What a good guy. Doctor Strange watched the last movie of the Avengers that many times (or something like that) and couldn't tell a soul, because then it wouldn't have happened. It wouldn't have meant as much to anybody that he told.
We're long past the spoiler territory for “Avengers: Endgame,” but there will always be more big movie events where it's best to keep your mouth shut until you're sure that everybody has seen it all. Just imagine if you had gotten a twist from a new "Star Wars" movie spoiled, or if someone spoiled the end of “Smile” or something like that. Well, there goes wanting to see that movie.