At the end of a 2 and quarter long film you probably feel that you deserve something of a real popcorn munching ending. In the first Avengers film where the team initially “assembles” you certainly get that. Loki, the evil brother of Thor, has managed to use a glowing blue block of infinite power to open a portal to the otherside of the universe. He has been able to release an army of unpleasant looking super soldiers with flying bikes, laser blasters and weird armourer giant space eel like beasts. They are pretty much hellbent of leveling everything and only the Avengers can stop them!
To give you something of a spoiler alert, the Avengers win. There is a very funny scene where the Hulk literally uses Loki as a way of demolishing Tony Stark’s office floor, making it almost worth watching for that alone. The moment when he knocks out Thor for good measure, even though they are now on the same side, is also priceless.
However the wanton damage that occurs to the city does make you wonder what the aftermath of this all was. New Yorkers are not known for being backwards in coming forwards when voicing a complaint. The cost in new Roof sealant alone must have been astronomical. Perhaps they should contact https://www.ct1.com/product-applications/ct1-the-ultimate-roof-sealant/ to save themselves a bit of money at the very least.
Whatever the outcome it wasn’t enough to bankrupt the secret organisation SHIELD or Stark Industries and there are a further 14 films in the series after this one, (plus the 5 before that) so there must have been a bit of cash sloshing around. No wonder Samuel L Jackson’s Nick Fury looks so annoyed.