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Plot: In 1945, Captain America, U.S. soldier created with a Super-Soldier Serum, is fighting the Nazis during World War II, and after averting a nuclear disaster, he falls into the icy waters of the North Atlantic, and frozen in suspended animation, only to be revived in the twenty-first century by the American military, who are hoping that they can recreate the serum in Captain America's blood in order to create more super-soldiers. But now, with the world facing the very same evil, Captain America must rise again as our last hope of survival, and lead a strong-willed team of today's superheroes. Runtime: 72 mins Release Date: 20 Feb 2006
Ultimate Avengers Near Perfection ... GREAT Animated Film (by shacklefort)
I like the fact that jealous DC fans are trying their frustrated best to find flaws and bash this instant classic. It's a sure fire sign that Marvel did their job and gave us one quality animated feature.I do agree that the movie wasn't as "complex" as the Ultimates in that it did not have the heroes intermingled with politics like the comics did. That's a good thing, however. Infusing politics is going to divide your audience because not all of them are going to agree. Quite frankly, I get tired of movies that preach politics to me and would prefer sometimes to be <more>
transported into another world that doesn't lecture to me. Most moviegoers seem to agree, as the highest grossing movies of 2005 were STAR WARS, NARNIA, HARRY POTTER, FANTASTIC FOUR, etc. All fantasy films.Some fools are trying to complain about this masterful animation? What are they talking about? Did they want a CGI movie on par with FINAL FANTASY from a few years ago? That's very unrealistic and that movie bombed bigtime. Personally, I thought the animation was excellent. I loved the way Cap's shield seem to glimmer in almost every scene. The battle sequences were phenomenal. I watched the movie with those "factoid" bubbles activated and they mentioned some interesting items about the complexity of the animation. The characters looked great. Iron Man looked ten times better then he does in the Ultimates book. Attempted bashers of this film should move on to another item. The animation is anything but a weakness.I thought Ultimate Avengers was near perfect and really couldn't have expected more. Keeping the "Ultimate" BS to a minimum was a SEVERE improvement in my opinion.A very good effort all around here and I hope they don't change one thing for Avengers 2.
One extremely satisfying thrill ride! (by youyouaction)
The action is spectacular and the storyline keeps you riveted from start to finish. This movie grabs with its cinematic lead in and flashback to World War Two. Complete with throwback radio broadcast From there, it's one big roller coaster ride to the pulse pounding finish. The battle sequences are some of the best ever animated. I think the PG-13 rating really helps. Soldiers die and heroes bleed, that completely draws the viewer in to the feature. I think movie fans of all ages will be stunned at how many levels this movie delivers upon. This is a smart and surprisingly interesting <more>
film that really delivers. Calling this movie a cartoon doesn't really seem right or do it justice.Like my title says, one extremely satisfying thrill ride!
I just read a review that declares Ultimate Avengers the "Best Animated Superhero Movie of All-Time!" I'll go one better. It's the best animated action movie of all-time, beating big boys like Titan AE, Transformers and The Iron Giant. Most sane people agree that it certainly beats any single episode of Justice League, X-Men Evolution, Batman or Spider-Man. Some want to compare it to these TV series and their entire run but that's apples and oranges. If Ultimate Avengers spins off in to a series, then there can be discussion.As it stands now, Marvel's first animation <more>
effort set the bar quite high, not only for its future endeavors but for other companies and other studios. Ultimate Avengers proves that animated features don't have to talk down to a presumably child audience. You can set up characters and develop a story just like a live action film. The bonus being that once it's time for action, animation offers no limits. Ultimate Avengers proved this in spades. The alien battle and Hulk brawl were intense and spectacular. Setting them up, though, was what elevates this film past the other movies mentioned above. Marvel's live action movie experience bringing the likes of Spider-Man, X-Men and even Daredevil to the screen must have given them the edge. They've brought a remarkable animated world to life with Ultimate Avengers.
I had reservations on buying this DVD, even though I enjoyed the Ultimate books. I didn't think it would translate very well to TV, but I was pleasantly surprised. This was well worth the 14.00 price tag, and my 6 year old even got into it and wanted to watch it again immediately after seeing it. I thought this was a fair reflection on the quality of the work, as she cannot sit through Justice League or Spiderman cartoons, she finds them boring. But this one held her attention, probably because the artwork was good, the story was complex with a lot of nods thrown to us old comic book <more>
fuddies and readers of the original Ultimate books while still being able to convey the story effectively and be very enjoyable to those who never got into the characters in other formats. It's rare for a project dealing with characters who have such a long history with many to be so well received by hardcore fans and people introduced to the Marvel Universe for the first time as well. It isn't an exact reproduction of the first Ultimate Avengers line, the story is very similar but the scenes, actions and character interactions are almost all different. I say that so you won't worry that you are watching the same panels/actions/lines/ of the comics, but rather a new take on the same story of origin in the Ultimates books. I am already looking forward to the next installment and I'm pretty sure that this is going to start at least a dozen or so animated movies with the Ultimates themes. If the quality of the first stays consistent for all of the future installments, this will be a very successful line. Go ahead and pick it up for 14 bucks, it's worth it.
As a fan of comics and of the Avengers I would say that this was a great first effort. The folks at Marvel ensured that the story and the characters stayed true and the Lions Gate people did an excellent job with the production. Although the runtime was short, all 71 minutes was very entertaining. A nice job of team introduction. The animation was "good" but I would like to see it improve some in future efforts. The extras were scarce, but they were interesting to watch. There is a nice preview of the upcoming Ultimate Avengers 2 as well as a DVD-ROM extra. Overall, I would give <more>
this effort an 8 out of 10. I see continued success with this co-venture. Nuff Said!
If you are an Ultimate Marvel fan, this film is a must see! (by Hazzer_99)
Being that I am only 18, I arrived after the era in which X-Men, The Avengers and other Marvel classics made their debuts. I picked some up here and there, but only when the Ultimate Marvel remakes arrived on the scene a couple of years ago did I become a dedicated Marvel fan.Most of the new Marvel products available these days are generally Ultimate Marvel associated, those including Games and even the live-action movies. But of course, when converting a graphic novel to the screen, nothing better captivates a character than merely a moving comic - that being a cartoon! I was ecstatic when I <more>
found only a few days ago that this film had been made without my knowledge, so I immediately got hold of it and watched it - and I was NOT disappointed! The film is basically the first Season comprising of I believe 13 comics of The Ultimates, which was the "Ultimate Marvel" version of Marvel's original Avengers comic. All the characters bar, unfortunately, Hawkeye for unknown reasons appear in this comic, and not only do they bear as close a resemblance as a cartoon-film can to carefully drawn captions of a graphic novel, but the also wear the costumes found in the Ultimates comics. Too often do you find details missing in film adaptations, but despite the changes that were made to compress 13 comics into an hour and ten minutes of film time, I noticed nothing significant to annoy me.So, as I said earlier, if you are one of the Ultimate Marvel fans, you have nothing to lose from watching this - if you find it too different from the original, then who cares? There are so many different versions of all the Marvel comics around these days, what's one more to the total on the off-chance some don't like it? I give it eight out of ten merely because the animation was good, but just not the best there are some better quality cartoons out there, but there always will be. It is certainly better quality than the Saturday morning cartoons that we have all come to love, and if we can watch them, we sure can watch this! So, I hope my opinions have helped you. Now go watch and enjoy!
I disagree with an earlier comment. The story was quite enjoyable and was quite true to the Graphic Novel called "The Ultimates". If you enjoy this feature length story and cannot wait to see the second half of the story, then I recommend reading both Graphic Novels to get a sneak peak at the storyline thus far. I realize the characters involved were created 40 to 50 years ago, but this story does an excellent job of making these characters appeal to a newer generation. The animation is up to par with what is being produced in Japan, and opens up the world of Marvel to a global <more>
audience. Any fan of Anime/Manga or Animation/Comics would be very entertained by this.