If you’re still not convinced that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the most important cinematic universe in history, consider this.
In the past year, we’ve watched movies like “The Last Jedi,” “The Avengers,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Avenger: Infinity War,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2,” “Captain America: Civil War,” and “The Incredible Hulk.”
Now we’re getting a whole lot more Avengers: Age Of Ultron, and that’s all thanks to the new “A-Team.”
As the Avengers, Joss Whedon’s “Aquaman” has been an incredible success.
With the film’s release in 2020, it’s become the biggest-grossing superhero film of all time, and it’s already the biggest box office hit of all-time.
But what if you don’t want to go the Marvel route?
What if you want to have your own Avengers franchise?
Well, here’s a list of the best and worst ways to do it, and what you need to know before you go and buy the movie.
The worst way to do the Avengers: Avengers team up with the Avengers The Avengers are, like, all over the place, right?
You’ll probably notice this: The Avengers teaming up with each other in this film is actually pretty bad.
The first time the team goes on a mission, the team ends up getting trapped in an asteroid.
After being freed by Loki (Tom Hiddleston), the Avengers are stranded on an asteroid for three months, and there are some pretty serious issues with the team not getting the help they need.
In one scene, a team member accidentally kills his own teammates and gets into a battle with an alligator.
This is just awful.
Then there’s the big one.
During the events of “The Siege of Asgard,” the Avengers team is stuck on an island on the far side of the world, and they’re constantly having to defend the island from the giant creatures that live there.
This scene was shot in one take, and we have no idea if it was the final shot or not.
The movie is a mess.
The second Avengers team-up, in “Aging in Sanity,” is just so much more fun.
It’s the first time we see any of the Avengers getting a romantic scene.
But even though it’s an all-female movie, it ends up being pretty sexist and misogynistic.
This was shot for the first film, and the first shot in this movie, as the heroes, is of Thor and the Asgardians, which is all pretty typical.
Then when they come across an allosaurus, they get to eat the allosaurus.
It makes me cringe, and when you see this scene in the sequel, it makes me laugh.
It just doesn’t work.
And it’s not just the allosaurs.
In “Avalon,” the team gets stuck in a massive volcano, and Thor’s not even sure he can escape.
There’s a lot of stuff going on in this one, but it’s all pretty standard and predictable.
“Avex” is a little bit better The second “Ava” movie, “Aveline,” has a very different take on the team-ups, as its lead, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), is a young girl.
It seems that this is a movie where the “A” word is a very strong word.
Katnisse Everdeen is a female superhero, and while she’s the daughter of the hero, Ares (James Marsden), she’s still considered to be a bit of a geek.
She’s in a band called The Avengers, and she’s actually the lead singer of the band, The Everdeen.
The film is an absolute mess, and in a lot part because the movie is so poorly shot.
It has a lot more people talking than in “Valor,” the first “Averaged” film, which has a much more grounded feel.
Also, the character design in “Dangerous Liaisons” is the worst thing ever, and a lot like the first Avengers movie, there’s no reason why she should be a good leader.
This movie is just an embarrassment.
The last Avengers team was better than the first, but “Aavs” is just terrible.
It starts off by having a very simple plot.
There is a mysterious figure that has powers that are supposed to allow him to save the world.
It is a “hero” that has superpowers, but has not yet learned how to use them, and he’s also fighting for the good of the universe.
The plot is so simplistic that it is easily overlooked.
There are no good or bad characters, only one team, and no reason for them to get along.
This makes the whole film a very uneven mess.
“Av” has a few really interesting ideas in there, but