ByFAT Mike (TPK), writer at

When Tony Stark and Bruce Banner try to jump-start a dormant peacekeeping program, things go to hell and it's up to the Avengers to stop the villainous Ultron from enacting his terrible plans.

The first Avengers movie was awesome! Guardians of the Galaxy was amazing! So how do you top those two juggernaut movies? You make the film a little darker, make it a bit more mature, add more comedy and funny banter between the cast and amp up the action to 11.

By now it's no surprise that the cinematography was stunning and the action scenes are amazing. You are going to want to re watch this film a couple of times, the action is so overwhelming and fun, your going to miss a lot. One thing I love about Avengers Age Of Ultron is the banter that goes on with the cast. It keeps you smiling throughout the film and the one liners stick with you for days.

As you know the cast is amazing and work spectacularly together so let's talk about the four new members. Aaron Taylor-Johnson who plays Quicksilver is funny and a bad ass while Elizabeth Olsen who is Scarlet Witch is more mysterious and spooky. These two work really well together as a brother sister team and balance each other really well and makes you want to see more of them. Paul Bettany who voices Jarvis finally makes his physical daybue as Vision. We don't get to see much of him but as with the rest of the cast he's funny, bad ass and we want to see more of Vision. Last but not least is Ultron, voiced by James Spader. I was thinking he was going to be more of a dark and scary villain. It turns out he's funny and lovable in a bad guy way. It makes sense because he is made from Tony Stark and as the movie goes on Ultron loses his charming self and turns into a evil mad man. This blend leaves you wanting more. I really enjoyed that Avengers Age Of Ultron focuses a bit more on the other Avengers like Hawkeye, Black Widow and Hulk, it really rounds out the universe and gave these characters a chance to shine.

Marvel Disney hit it out of the park once again and I kind of underestimated this film because of the first Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy. I didn't think they could top those films, well Joss Whedon proved me wrong and is making it harder for me to write these Marvel reviews. From start to finish this film is a fun ride and doesn't feel like a 2 and a half hour long movie. Keep your eyes peeled for Stan Lee and SPOILER ALERT there is no end cutscene. Cheers and remember life won't suck as long as Joss Whedon keeps doing this amazing job.

10 out of 10

Edited by Samantha Locke


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