Critics Rave: The Avengers Assemble 2012 Reviews.

So the big day of the release of "The Avengers Assemble" movie is nearing, and  no matter how fanatic you are, it is always nice to know what privileged folks who saw the movie already think about it. This should psych you up a bit more for the movie, or it may just kill your spirits entirely. However I dare you to read the reviews of "The Avengers Assemble" Enjoy :)

Below are some reviews of the movie by sites that you know and trust:

  • "The Avengers is humongous, the film Marvel and its legions of fans have been waiting for. It's hard to imagine that anyone with an appetite for the trademark's patented brand of fantasy, effects, mayhem and strangely dressed he-men will be disappointed," writes the Hollywood Reporter's Todd McCarthy, heaping glowing praise on the blockbuster. "Director Joss Whedon has adroitly balanced the celebrity circus to give every single one of the superstar characters his or her due. Worldwide box office returns will be, in a word, Marvelous."

  • "As the first of this summer's three superhero blockbusters (the others are The Dark Knight Rises and The Amazing Spider-Man), Avengers sets the bar impressively high, and that it does it with a smile is all the more refreshing. A lot of this stuff has been done before, and recently—but never quite as well as this," says Robbie Collin of the U.K.'s Telegraph.

  • "The Avengers have been assembled and, for the most part, they fit together superbly. A joyous blend of heroism and humour that raises the stakes even as it maintains a firm grip on what makes the individual heroes tick," offers James White of Empire Magazine.

  • "Crucially, the wise-cracking id of Robert Downey Jnr's Iron Man is balanced out by instilling a hearty dose of fear in one of the team's central figures, thanks to a beautifully honed performance by Mark Ruffalo. He plays Bruce Banner—the brilliant scientist who turns into the uncontrollable colossus Hulk when angered—as a man afraid of himself," opined The Guardian's Henry Barnes.

  • "The end of the world may loom but Whedon creates a good time atmosphere, seeming to take inspiration from old WWII capers like The Dirty Dozen where the fun is as much derived from the rat-a-tat banter between the guys as it is from the big explosions and the butt-kicking," wrote Digital Spy's Stella Papamichael.

  • "The first half contains too much laboured exposition, and even the action-packed second half may not convert every-one who finds superhero movies immature. But this is a superior example of its kind, with sequences on a par with the best Spiderman and Batman movies. And technically, it's a real marvel," raved Chris Tookey of the Daily Mail.

Hey it's me again. Are you more psyched to see the movie or have these reviews killed your spirit? I don't think that it could possibly kill your spirits unless you read something entirely different from what I did. I simply just can't wait to see this movie. I'm beginning to get impatient..............................