#5737017 - 06/02/1206:09 PMRe: Just saw "The Avengers"
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Originally Posted By: Logan510
Originally Posted By: sufunk
Originally Posted By: Erndog
Originally Posted By: chrisco37
Did he fall in middle America? Maybe he was outside the city? There has to be some rural areas in NY, right?
Or maybe he turned into the Hulk, jumped his way to NYC, turned back to Banner, stole a mo-ped and rode in for dramatic effect?
To your second point, he definitely didn't Hulk up because he drove in on the same clothes the old guy gave him. So if he Hulked up they would have been torn up and when he rode in, he would have been naked. I guess, he couldddd have got naked THEN hulked up, but somehow I don't think when he was the Hulk he would have been worried or had the where with all to carry his clothes around.
I gotta say, I find these discussions hilarious! I posted earlier how my best friend just couldn't get past how Hawkeye didn't run out of arrows. It wasn't realistic and ruined the movie for him. Superheroes and alien invasions- totally believable Amount of arrows in Hawkeyes quiver- totally unbelievable
This is the same thing to me. People can believe that a guy turns green and gets strong enough to toss a building into outer space but can't get past how he got to NYC so fast!
While I don't agree with your friend in the sense that it's something that would ruin the movie for me, I can understand his point...it's kind of annoying. Maybe Hawkeye gets his arrows from the same dimension Cyclops gets the energy for his eyebeams
This was answered later in the thread.
Hawkeye did in fact run out of arrows, and there was a steady dwindling of his supply. So all in all, it was pretty accurate. It even showed him recovering arrows close by on occasion.
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