Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Review

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With all the hype surrounding the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie that premiered this weekend, it is a wonder how it didn’t break major box office records in The United States. Despite this fact, the Avengers sequel is 100% worth seeing, and you will be pleased with the execution of the story plot, continues with a finishing thought of the first Avengers movie.

The action continues immediately as the opening credits rolled, with graphics that were top of the line. The Hulk, played by Mark Ruffalo, appeared unnervingly realistic and could put any throwback Hulk versions to shame. Black Widow or Natasha Romanoff, played by the pregnant Scarlett Johansson, was executed perfectly and leaves me in awe of her diverse talents. My attention was quickly stolen by the Avenger newcomers, twins Pietro and James Maximoff; played by Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. The twins come with a troubled background that leave them as unwanted orphans with freaky physical and mental abilities; stemming from their background they are taken in by Ultron with the ultimate goal to destroy the Avengers.

The huge question throughout the bulk of the movie is: Who is Ultron? and What does he truly want? These ideas are explored through a series of trial and error experiments performed by “mad scientists” Bruce Banner and Tony Stark, played by Robert Downey Junior, with the help of computer program Jarvis.

Throughout this action-packed, plot-twisted movie a pleasant recurring theme is the ever present humor. It was almost magic the way director Joss Whedon was able to fill in the blanks with jokes. The movie contained a classical inside joke that endured the whole movie with Captain America, played by Chris Enas, enduring the brunt of the laughter.

I highly suggest anyone to go see this movie, it is action-packed and full of hilarity. This will not disappoint the comic book readers, or those who loved the first Avengers movie.