When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and it is up to the Avengers to stop the villainous Ultron from enacting his terrible plans.
The good thing with this movie is that’s it’s a sequel, so there is no need for most of the movie to be spent introducing main characters or how they met.
Age of Ultron starts straight away and starts with action.
The cast is back and better than ever and that seems to stem from the friendship between all of them that is evident in all the press they do together.
There are old characters returning and new ones making their first appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen were awesome additions to the cast that I hope to see more of in future Marvel projects.
After seeing this film, I like this version of Quicksilver better than the one in X-Men: Days Of Future Past. Everything from the actor playing him, to his look and the look of his speed blur.
I found Ultron, voiced by James Spader, to be absolutely captivating; his voice, his quirks and mannerisms.
There are some flashback scenes that give a little more depth to some characters, characters that we may not know a lot about including Hawkeye and Black Widow, who get a bit more of the spotlight in this sequel.
One thing I love about all the MCU projects is the ability to be funny without losing it seriousness or without being tacky and there are so many funny moments in throughout this film.
There are moments and glimpses of future MCU projects in this movie – not a lot of the ones that have been floating around on the Internet i.e. Spider-Man.
If you love the Marvel Cinematic Universe then you will love this! Will not be the only time I see this in the cinemas, will probably see it at least two more times!