(This review may contain spoilers).
Since my niece and I both enjoy the Avengers (and this film was really cheap in the place where I work), I got this for me to watch with her.
It was an interesting concept to see the children of the Avengers. The very beginning, where the children are being told the story of the heroes, sounded more like a fairytale… which was probably the point.
It was interesting to see the similarities between the children and their parents. One could hardly fail to realise whose kid was whose. What did confuse me at first was that Hawkeye’s kid was called Hawkeye… but there was an explanation provided for that, which was good.
I liked the opportunity to see Tony and Bruce as older. I know bits and pieces of them from the comics, but it was a bit strange to see how mature Tony was, in comparison to his movie counterpart.
I think my favourite character in this was probably Pym. He was really amusing and it was fun to see the way he was with the others. Although he seemed a bit ditzy at times, I thought he was quite sweet.
It was interesting to see Torunn dealing with being the daughter of Thor and that her father was gone and hadn’t been killed. I couldn’t help feeling sorry for her, even though she was quite a strong character.
Despite this movie being aimed more at children, I felt there were some sad moments in this. The movie was fairly simple and straightforwrd. There were recognisable characters from the comics, even if they were technically older. Not a lot of background was given, but there was enough to know what was going on.
Both me and my niece found ourselves laughing at various points in this and when I asked my niece what she thought of it by the end, she gave a thumbs up.