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  • Actors: Justin Gross, Grey DeLisle, Michael Massee, Olivia d'Abo, Marc Worden
  • Directors: Bob Richardson, Curt Geda, Steven E. Gordon
  • Writers: Boyd Kirkland, Bryan Hitch, Craig Kyle, Greg Johnson, Mark Millar
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Blu-ray, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: April 24, 2007
  • Run Time: 163 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (213 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000NIVJGS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,043 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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ULTIMATE AVENGERS 1 - A world in crisis. Age-old enemies on the verge of attack. A mighty team is recruited, and Earth's ultimate hero is sought to lead them- Captain America. Unfortunately, he's been frozen in ice for over sixty years. Inspired by Marvel's best-selling books, "The Ultimates," this is the extraordinary story of six very independent heroes who, like it or not, must fight as one to save the world. Little did they know that their biggest threat would emerge from within their very own ranks- The Incredible Hulk! ULTIMATE AVENGERS 2 - To save humanity, the Earth's mightiest heroes must reunite for a rematch of heroic proportions. Mysterious Wakanda. It lies in the darkest heart of Africa, unknown to most of the world. An isolated land hidden behind closed borders, fiercely protected by its young king - the BLACK PANTHER. A king who holds the fate of the entire earth in his hands. Because brutal alien invaders are coming, soon to fill every sky and control every land, seeking what is buried beneath ancient Wakanda. That leaves the Black Panther with a single option, one that goes against the sacred decrees of his people - to ask for help from outsiders. And so he turns to The Avengers - Captain America. Iron Man. Thor. Giant Man. Wasp. And the Incredible Hulk. These mightiest of heroes have battled the aliens before, and barely survived. They thought it was over. They were wrong.

Customer Reviews

Voice acting was great and had good action.
K. Q. Jackson
The details and the thematic elements that make Millar's "Ultimates" series sensational are all but completely dropped from the screenplay.
Dreggor Gade
First of all it changed characters in a way that I really didn't like.
John Doe

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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Ken Jensen on April 2, 2008
Format: DVD
I tell you what...get this if you're a fan of the Hulk alone. That in itself is reason enough to see this movie. I have forever loved all that the Hulk represents and how he rolls. But he about lost his mind in this movie! I loved it!!! Beyond that, good plot, beautiful fantasy cartoon babes abound, and as a Marine, I appreciated how Captain America and the military were portrayed as they went into battle against Nazis and space aliens in WWII. C,mon...space aliens, dream babes, Nazis, and the Hulk...what're you waiting for? Relax the literary critic inside you and have some fun. Go. Rent.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Wolfe on March 8, 2006
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I don't know what some of these people are whining about. This is a great product with excellent animation and a compelling story. I suspect this flick will suffer review-wise from fanboys with an imaginary stake in the final product who are groaning because they would have changed some aspect or another if--magically--Marvel had only let THEM do the movie instead of Avi Arad and friends, who have consistently brought us some truly great superhero material over the past several years.

It's an animated superhero flick. It harkens back stylistically to the Spiderman the Animated Series, though it's more crisp and the colors are more vibrant. It's not Japanese anime art, though, I'll give you that. It's American cel animation and it looks on par with anything impressive that's come out of that market. It's about 70 minutes long, but it is satisfying and doesn't leave you feeling like you got short-changed. There is a lot going on and quite a few characters to bring together--all while ramping up the conflict in this story. They do a good job multitasking with these challenges so the film doesn't suffer from boring beginning syndrome. The fight choreography is exciting and the sparing use of integrateed CGI in the 2D cel animation that dominates fits right in.

I haven't read comic books in many years, so I'm sure that this movie creates something of a new continuity in some ways (I know Nick Fury of SHIELD was not a black man, for one thing--one thing which, while possibly an unnecessary change obviously meant to inject some diversity, really didn't bother me). So if you're all about the Ultimates comic this is supposedly based on, I'm sure you'll find some offense.
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Seteger on February 28, 2006
Format: DVD
The Ultimates comic is an excellent revamp of the classic Marvel title. The Avengers was a favorite of mine throughout my childhood, but recently, with the popularity of the Justice League comic and cartoon, it was hard not to see the Avengers as a weaker JLA.

What the Ultimates comic did was resurrect the team with grittier, more cinematic, more realistic angles: Captain America as the tough-as-nails but assinine patriot, Iron Man as the frivolopus alcoholic, Thor as the possible schizophrenic merely pretending (perhaps) to be a Norse god, etc. It's interesting, it's dramatic, and the concept of creating a PG-13 version for a straight-to-DVD release is promising.

The promise goes unfulfilled. First of all, only the bare structure of the Ultimates is followed. I can accept that; it's an adaptation, after all. But what is most missing is what was most vital, and that's the gritty characterization. In the "Ultimate Avengers," Captain America is the same boring hero we've already seen a million times. Thor and Iron Man are themselves, no more and no less. We get no new insight in their lives, we see nothing new about them, and they do what generic Marvel characters seem to do best: punch people and get thrown around.

So what we get is the worst of both worlds. We get the generic characterizations of these Avengers, except without the comic book fantasy and flourishes that could possibly compensate. And then we get SOME realism, but without the full depths and subtleties that such realism requires to turn into actual drama. The result is a bland story filled with boring characters--when they're not being outright annoying, as is the case with Banner and Pym (why "annoying," and ONLY "annoying," passes as "realistic" to so many writers escapes me).
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22 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Steven Beckmann on April 27, 2006
Format: DVD
I grew up during the 70's and was an avid comic book junkie (as weere most kids my age). The kid in me still gets excited to heard about a new Marvel movie. That's probably why I liked this movie even though there were a few things that bugged me:

- Bruce Banner was potrayed as an whiney, little rat-faced man. He wasn't like this in the comic book, why now?

- Thor seemed more like a alchoholic hippie. Always drinking his mead and trying to save whales. A "Hero" not interested in the wars of man. What's with his hammer having a blade on one end? I know Marvel revamped most of it's characters quite a while back, but if I remember correctly it's referred to as the HAMMER of Thor, not the AXE of Thor. This makes me think of how DC ruined Aquaman.

- Henry Pym was about as arrogant and self-centered as they come. He blamed everyone else for his mistakes. While I remember him as being arrogant this was went overboard. I did though, like the part of the movie where he puts on his old Ant Man helmet.

Overall, it's worth getting if you do not expect it to strictly follow the comic books of your childhood.
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