The Avengers was a good film.
However, it was not the greatest superhero movie of all time as has been suggested.
And believe me, I have seen some superhero movies.
Not much thought went into Hawkeye's costume.
It hardly resembled his ensemble from the comics.
The aliens were less than impressive and, along with the wormhole portal opening above a skyscraper, the sequence seemed nearly interchangeable with last year's Transformers: The Dark Of The Moon.
As often as films depict such anomalies manifesting in the vicinity of the Empire State Building with non-terrestrial entities pouring through, that is likely a warning placed by occultic elites to those of sufficient discernment that such an event is prophesied for some point in the future.
Sort of the way all manner of ghoulish symbolism is dispersed throughout the Denver International Airport subtly informing how the facility will be used as a command center by the forces of the New World Order when that tyranny is implemented.
In one particularly reflective scene, the assembled heroes flew into a moral outrage when Nick Fury admitted to plans to develop weapons based upon the tesseract technology.
Thor portends that such research will usher mankind to the next level of warfare as forces beyond humanity from that point onward will take notice of the threat posed by the Earth.