ByVicki Mallinson, writer at

This is quite possibly one of the best films I have ever seen. I was worried they weren't going to be able to top the first Avengers film, but how wrong was I?! It absolutely blew me away!

I may be slightly biased because, in my opinion, Chris Hemsworth and Robert Downey Jr. are two of the greatest people on this Earth! Once again, the Avengers team is put to the ultimate test when the balance of the Earth, literally lies in their hands.

Instead of a battle with Loki (Thor's brother), this time it's with a hugely powerful robot that goes by the name of Ultron and recruited two newcomers that go by the names of Pietro (Quicksilver) and Wanda, who, like the Avengers, have their own special abilities. To put it simply, 'he's fast and she's weird'. Although it doesn't go to plan for Ultron when Pietro (Quicksilver) and Wanda find out his true intentions and the future that lies ahead for the human race.

Unlike Ultron, J.A.R.V.I.S. becomes a singular consciousness; he doesn't seem interested in replicating himself. J.A.R.V.I.S. has gone in a way, but technically he has now become Vision. When Vision is "born", you may notice he has some similar features to Iron Man (e.g. same colours), which is because Stark is the one who helped bring him to life.

The big question is, is Vision really worthy of Thor's hammer?

Although there were some pretty amazing graphics and effects in the film, it was sometimes a bit too much with everything all happening at once, but I suppose that's what makes it so action-packed! I didn't really like the idea of a new Avengers team either; probably because you grow so fond of the original, but I suppose that's just the way it goes!


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