An Amazing 'Avengers' 4' Fan-Made Cartoon By James Schramko
A lot of people are upset with the new 'Avengers 4' movie. They're not happy that Tom Hiddleston is returning as Dr Doom, and they aren't happy that Dr Doom is taking over the world. What is the deal? Is there a bigger conspiracy going on? Well, let's take a look at this amazing 'Avengers 4' fan-made animation that took a lot of time and effort to make.
First of all, we need to talk about Spider-Man. It looks like Sony Pictures hasn't found enough talent to replace Tobey Maguire. Maguire plays Spider-Man and has brought a lot of younger viewers into the comic book realm because of his portrayal of this incredible hero. But with the casting of Robert Downey Jr. as Spider-Man and Holland Mcochetz as Peter Parker, it seems like Sony Pictures has done a lot to revitalize their superhero movie franchise. While there isn't much new in the trailer for the movie, I can say that the visual effects are a huge improvement over the last film.
The story line of the movie revolves around a billionaire who makes an experimental chemical that when injected into a human body gives the person super human powers. Of course, he makes a bunch of other people wealthy, too. One of these new wealthy individuals is Dr. Curt Connor, a brilliant inventor. He creates an experimental serum that gives the human brain the power to become a robot. This robot then goes on a mission to save the world by destroying a villain called The Leader.
Now, this may sound like a cheap animated cartoon movie, but it isn't. It's an amazing film. It's full of humor, and there are enough heart-pounding moments to make you forget about the storyline. The music in the movie is also top notch. It's catchy and has that "cool kids music" taste that everyone has come to love from Disney and its other animated films. It fits the characters and the situation perfectly.
When you watch the trailers, you get the sense that the movie is just going to be another superhero movie with the same generic superhero origins. That's not the case at all. What separates this movie from the others is the way it's told. No one says, "hey, watch this movie and you'll get to see Spiderman rip someone's throat out!" Instead, they give us clues and build up the characters and situations so you understand how they become what they are. You feel for these people, and you root for them.
It's an amazing thing to watch, and if you're a diehard Spiderman fan you'll love it. If you're not a comic book and Spiderman fan, you might skip the whole Spiderman part because it seems like a pointless, poorly acted the part of a movie. But overall, you should see this amazing fan-made cartoon. It's not the most interesting movie of the night (that would be the movie), but it's definitely worth a look.