ByCarson Reneé Welch, writer at

So today my four year old son and I went to see Avengers: Age of Ultron. It's 2 hours and 21 minutes long. It's definitely worth watching, just not with a four year old that wont sit still that long.

In this we are introduced to three new hero's. You meet Scarlet Witch (played by Elizabeth Olsen) , Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), and Vision (Paul Bettany). Personally I would love to have any of the powers shown.

The movie starts right off with a fight. For our Avengers it's not much of a battle until they meet Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. After this battle is finished and they are having a little party you are introduced to the very first sighting of ultron as a type of program.

Stark decides he wants to upload the program and use it as a type of expendable soldier but things go horribly wrong. Ultron corrupts and, as he thinks it, kills Jarvis. In doing so he was able to hack anything on the internet and was able to start making his own army after creating a very jumbled sort of body for himself. He and two of his soldiers attack the Avengers and that is the first glimpse of how the rest of the movie will go.

After losing the fight Ultron then goes off through the internet and is able to create a better body for himself, more indestructible if you will. He takes over a ship with Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch where he takes a very large supply of Vibranium. Stark and the rest of the Avengers meet up here with Ultron and his crew where once again they fight. Stark refers to Ultron as "junior" in a mocking sort of way. Again Ultron escapes as he will do through out the rest of the movie.

Ultron decided the human race needs to 'evolve' and that he can lead it into doing so but to do it he needs a body. We are introduced to a new character who does this for him while under some mind control. Dr. Helen Cho (Claudia Kim who is met earlier) starts to create a body for Ultron and while uploading his consciousness into it Scarlet places her hands on the casket where the body is being made. Immediately she regrets her choice to help Ultron as he plans to bring and end to the world. While Ultron isn't looking she releases Cho from the control. The Avengers then enter the building and Cho, no longer under control, stops the transfer of consciousness. Ultron shoots her and her staff in retaliation.

The Avengers are able to take the casket where stark has an idea. He decides to upload a no longer corrupted Jarvis into the body. He becomes Vision. He is also a part of Ultron so he doesn't want to kill him exactly but he knows he must be stopped.

The final battle starts to take place when Ultron decides to rip a city in half and use half as a means to end the world. The Vibranium he took earlier acts as a core and tears the part its attached to upward into the sky. The higher it goes, the worse the impact will be. The Avengers fight with the help of Quicksilver and Scarlet. They refuse to leave the raising city until every citizen is off and safe. How will our hero's fare? I guess you'll have to watch and see.


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