FEATURE: CAPTAIN AMERICA Leading In THE AVENGERS---Spoiler Warning
A collection of the orders Steve Rodgers issues while defending New York City in battle. Enjoy(SPOILERS)
One of the BEST things of THE AVENGERS is when CAPTAIN AMERICA finally leads evryone in battle. Here is Cap's orders to the NYPD and to his fellow Avengers.
Captain America: Sergeant! I want you to station your men in all these buildings, and I need a perimeter all the way down to 39th.
Police Sergeant: Why should I take orders from you?
Captain America: [kills a bunch of enemies]
Police Sergeant: [on radio] I want men posted in all these buildings! And I want a perimeter all the way down to 39th!
Tony Stark: Call it, Captain.
Steve Rogers: All right listen up. Until we can close that portal up there, what we need is containment. Barton, I want you on that roof, eyes on everything. Call out patterns and strays. Stark, you've got the perimeter. Anything gets more than three blocks out, you turn it back or you turn it to ash.
Clint Barton: Want to give me a lift?
Tony Stark: Right. Better clench up, Legolas.
Steve Rogers: Thor, you've gotta try and bottleneck that portal, slow them down. You've got the lightning; light the bastards up.
Steve Rogers: [to Natasha] You and me, we stay here on the ground, keep the fighting here, and Hulk,
I already have so much of this movie memorized it's endless just how many quotes people will be reciting for years to come. What are any other perticular parts of dialogue people here found special?
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