Shadowman wrote: headsortails wrote:
Again I say people should just get over it and enjoy the movie for a change. Sorry to offend the "movie critics" around here.....
I seriously don't know who you're talking to. One guy had a minor gripe about the movie and he loved it despite that, so, seriously, who is this directed at?
Go back a page, all the talk of "Banner can/can't control his Hulk transformations". Overcracker's posts, this is what I am guessing it is directed to.
This is the explanation as to whom headsortails was referring to so everyone else move along to the next part of discussion in this thread thanks... I am really sick of the constant pissing contests around here as to who is right and who is wrong and who thinks they are smarter than everyone else.
Do NOT quote this to keep this part of the discussion going. Only warning about this, DROP IT
Now something I have been trying to figure..
The exact chronological order of these movies..
I was originally thinking
Iron Man 2
But after re-re-re-re-re-re watching all of them again there are periods of time that are interlaced..
Cap would be first until he crashes.
Iron Man 2 and Hulk are interlaced time wise as well as Thor..
In IM2 Stark and Fury talk while in the background on a video screen is Hulk's rampage on Cambridge..
At the end credits of IM2 there is the Hammer of Thor which actually takes place sometime towards the end of IM2 so those movies are interlaced..
At the end of Cap they are in present day..
Unfortunately the best way to watch them would be piece by piece, Captain America up till he crashes, beginning of Hulk (credits), Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Hulk, Iron Man 2, Hulk, Thor, Iron Man 2 and finish with the rest of Thor followed by the end sequence of Cap after he wakes up..
I know I have my DVD's in this order on my shelf (and this is how I have watched them)
Iron Man 2
Did anyone go to the all day marathon on the 3rd? if so what order did they play the movies?