If you've seen Avengers: Age of Ultron, you're safe to read this article. If you have not yet seen the movie, DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE! THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD!
Avengers: Age of Ultron was a movie like that could crush its predecessor. With all the action and drama, and a little bit of comedy in between to sweeten the deal (and one exclusive ending to make it as sweet as it already is), it was a movie worth seeing.
I think my favorite part of the movie was the ascension of the Vision, the famous synthezoid from the Marvel Comics played by original JARVIS voice Paul Bettany. But if you remember, after Vision gave a very noble speech and as he was ready to head into battle against Ultron, he wanted Thor to be ready for the battle so he did the unthinkable......he picked up Thor's hammer. THOR'S HAMMER! As in the mighty Mjolnir, forged from the finest metal of the Nine Realms and remember, "He who lifts this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor." Well, I guess nobility is a form of worthiness. And as you can tell, the theme of the movie was all about worthiness. Whether Bruce Banner felt he was worthy of being called a hero after his little skurmish in Wakanda or not. Then again, that was not his fault. Whether Hawkeye was worthy of being called an Avenger or not knowing that his next child is on the way.
We know that Ultron was not worthy to be called a peacekeeper. All he did was create chaos, not peace. That's why he was punished the way he was.
But was he worthy to do what he did? Leave a comment and tell me what you think!