Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow

Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow

The children of the Avengers hone their powers and go head to head with the very enemy responsible for their parents' demise.

A battle with Ultron leaves The Avengers defeated, with six of the heroes killed during the fight, and the world at the mercy of Ultron's machine army. But all was not lost as Tony Stark keeps the children of the Avengers safe and raises them to become the teenage heroes of tomorrow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow torrent reviews

Alexandria J (br) wrote: I took an instant dislike to the girl.The film is full of meaningless scenes, overracting, and off emotions. Chandler has a bit of a southern voice even if she is Ohioan. The dog, Shakey is overly loyal.The humor is flat. The movie is predictable at some points.The movie is boring and a waste of time. Behr probably was the best at it and so was her character but though, her acting was mediocre... pretty much like everyone else. And the character was pretty annoying and bad.

Hans H (nl) wrote: Easily the best one out of the newest trilogy, Saw VI makes me feel confident that the series still has enough inventiveness in it to strive forward, and leaves me excited to see the final installment in the franchise.

Korry S (nl) wrote: I missed this one & forgot all about it until I was cleaning up an old "I Want to See..." list on some website. I LOVE YOU PHILLIP MORRIS is a perfect dark, romantic comedy...and I didn't even know that was a genre. Both ?Jim Carrey? & ?Ewan McGregor? are in top form here, playing totally believable characters, and it's quite refreshing.

Nicole K (kr) wrote: I wish the ending was better, but the story is very believable and I enjoyed the chemistry(:

Jimmy C (it) wrote: Didn't find the point, didn't find it good. Boring, maybe ?

Chris (es) wrote: Tadanobu Asano is a brilliant actor, and he was a big part of what made this film great!

Kevin B (au) wrote: Lots of belly laughs mixed with a little darkness. Great performances including Allen's cameo. And it is very Welsh.

Edith N (kr) wrote: Less Tarantino-y Than It Could Be This is another film where I'm not sure how it ended up on my list, but I can tell you how it didn't. What I discovered as I started watching the movie was that it was executive produced by none other than Quentin Tarantino. Had I known that, the movie probably wouldn't have ended up on my list. I really dislike him, though it's much more on a personal level than a cinematic level. I would have been afraid going in that he would have played a major character somewhere, or even a minor one. Had he directed, I don't think he would have been able to resist casting himself in the Barry Corbin role at least, if not the William Baldwin role. It's true that he technically has a cameo in it, in that the Gecko Brothers (of [i]From Duck 'Til Dawn[/i]) are mentioned and have their photographs shown on TV. But other than that, there is no Tarantino to be seen, which is a great relief. Actually, one of the other ways you can tell it isn't Tarantino per se is that it's about a woman, Gabriela (Angela Jones). She was born in Colombia and emigrated to Miami. Ever since she was a very small girl indeed, she has been fascinated by murder. She collects clippings and has ever since a man was killed in front of her grandmother's bakery. Currently operating in Miami is a serial killer called the Blue Blood Killer (William Baldwin). Gabriela is fascinated by him, and she feels she's really lucked out when she gets a job cleaning crime scenes for the very company which cleans the houses of his victims. What she didn't know was that his most recent victim managed to scrawl his name on the floor in permanent marker before she died. No one else knows it, either, because her blood covered it. But he is trying to clean it up when Gabriela and one of her coworkers arrive at the crime scene to clean it. He accidentally locks himself in the wine cellar, which ends up being the beginning of a perversely erotic game of cat and mouse. I think this is one of perhaps three things I've ever seen Jones in, and that's only if I saw the episode of [i]ER[/i] she was on in 1995, which I only would have done in reruns. She was the cab driver in [i]Pulp Fiction[/i]. I was impressed, when I saw her in that, with how lovely she is, but what I found almost more impressive here was the expressive nature of her face. We are told that Gabriela is like a child, and I think that is also true in the sense that she doesn't really have much ability at hiding her thoughts. The only thing which saves her is that no one quite believes that anyone would think the kind of things which Gabriela thinks. There is a scene where Gabriela is dancing around the crime scene, imagining what she thinks happened during the murder, and she's absolutely breathtaking if you ignore the content a bit. She's wearing this gorgeous green dress, and she has beautiful hair. And there's a look of utter concentration on her face. I wouldn't say this is a good film, exactly; it goes on a bit in places and relies on several great improbabilities. (Like that Paul leaves no fingerprints, and no one ever mentions that he was seen with the victims.) However, it's moderately entertaining, if it's the sort of thing you're interested in. Gabriela believes some truly ludicrous things, but one gets the feeling that she'd be eager to learn if she could do so without fearing for her life. Maybe if she could hook up with Dexter Morgan for an educational experience--she's an innocent, so he's not interested in hurting her. I felt a little more needed to be mentioned about exactly why he didn't take his last victim's head; everyone seemed confused, but it was obvious that it's because he was interrupted. While we know that it's because her husband, I guess, was coming home, he's never mentioned again, and it's clear that no one else is living in that house. Though of course they couldn't until after it was cleaned. I watch a much greater variety of movies than I did before. I now have two methods of discovering movies I'd never heard of, one of which allows me to see some right away. I'm grateful for it, of course, but a brief glance at my reviews will show that some of these finds are better than others. Still, I think it's one of the least considered changes in life since my childhood. When I was a kid, we got our first VCR, and very few movies were available on home video. Now, of course, there are several different ways to watch a film from the privacy of your own home, most of which are legal, and more is available than ever has been before. Yet I find that most people watch the same general assortment of movies. It isn't even just the perverse refusal of some people to watch older movies, though I think that's a terrible shame. It's that few people seem interested in exploring their options, which is probably why I'm one of the only people on Rotten Tomatoes to review this.

Terri C (br) wrote: Ustinov's Poirot doesn't compare to David Suchet's, but this adaption is still amusant.

Bill B (gb) wrote: Possibly the second or third Peckinpah film I've managed to squeeze in over the years, despite the man's obvious reputation as a great filmmaker. This was no exception, and really draws you into the sleazy, sweaty down and dirty reality of Warren Oates' world as he goes in search of one Alfredo Garcia South of the border.Recommended.

Joseph N (jp) wrote: one of Ray Harryhausen's best movies, real classically done 50's monster movie.

Gregory W (gb) wrote: way better than the lame Brad Pitt remake

Marcio J (mx) wrote: Eu amo este filme, o roteiro um dos melhores que eu j vi, assim como a dura crtica perante ao rumo onde a sociedade est tomando.

Iain B (ag) wrote: I hate these open ended films! Did he do it? Yes I think he probably did

Michael T (ca) wrote: Confusing and a bit tedious.