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Avengers Age of Ultron is a fun film with again a great and amazing cast with this movie introducing a great new villain and 2 great new characters Quicksilver and Wanda. This movie can be very emotional with Quicksilver and Wanda killing Ultron. Sure its not on the same level as the original Avengers movie it still is good.
This is a better film than other people say it is. That said, it's annoying to see Scarlett Johansson and her character be objectified in certain scenes. Still, this film is better than 2012's Avengers.
Some stand out moments and some excellent dialogue and sequences twinned with bland action, mark-missing gags and extraneous nonsense. This film is a finely tuned $10000 watch that's been rendered useless by being run over by a Ferrari. It's perfect parts lay splayed and although each one is worth a mint. The whole can't tell the time any more - it's useless. Shout out to Ultron's James Spader and his overall design.
Just as muddled and overstuffed and cringey as it is brimming with creativity, in-jokes and references and creative action sequences.
It's hard to love this move but it's hard not to admire it. Had it come in two parts with some more relaxed pacing, it would have been heralded a triumph.
While not living up to its predecessors' standards, Avengers: Age of Ultron still makes for a pretty entertaining movie with its ever-present humour and visually stunning action scenes.
Although it does disappoint after the first Avengers, it is not short of great sequences and action (especially the Hulk vs Hulkbuster fight) and adds to all the character interactions we loved from the first film. It can drag on a bit on Hawkeye's farm and the Bruce-Natasha storyline is odd, but overall Josh Weedon manages to pull it off again.
the movie and the script are really good. The actors did a very good performance but the avengers box office ran out of money to make the final Ultron. that robotic monster was ultron prime and he had the power to kill every avenger in one optic blast. otherwise very good.
Good movie overall. But not as great as the first avengers
Avengers age of Ultron doesn't get enough love from its mcu fan base. I really enjoy the hell out of this film. The action is fantastic and the character connection between them is absolutely perfect. The plot is pretty decent but the villain is a little weak. James spader in a incredible actor but the character he portrays in this just is missing something. Overall I think that's why it just gets a ok with a lot of fans but imo it's a fantastic mcu film
Feels like a sequel but it gets the job done
Maybe this is the worst avengers, but this movie is still good, and Ultron is amazing too.