Avengers: Age of Ultron – Review

The Avengers return with another heart stopping, jaw dropping and good looking mens. This time they return to battle the bionic machine called Ultron. Not only they have to battle with Ultron, the Avengers will be apposed by the Maximoff twins; Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.


Stark as always, finds a way to minimize human casualty or save lives as he puts it. After the incident in New York, he constantly preparing for the¬†uncertain; in which the alien life forms. That’s when he and Doctor Banner stumble upon Strucker’s work and found out that could be possibility to have robot army that could decide whether good or bad.
But as usual, Starks meddling only invoked the worst and so Ultron was born. Ultron’s concept for peace is easy, the total annihilation of human kind. His idea is that we human has to be destroyed in order to gain peace. Ofcourse the idea is directly rejected by the Avengers and the Maximoff’s who is just looking at settling a score with Stark joined Ultron side.
The twins capability was nothing like the team seen before and the Avengers, had to take a step behind before moving forward to kick Ultron’s metal buttock.


Quite a lot of surprises from this time around. Director Joss Whedon really took into account of each characters affect on each other.
Captain America(Steve Rogers) was more funny compared to the previous movie. He had better punch line which is good. It brought more life to his character. Iron Man aka Tony Stark was more less the same. His character was more towards the mechanical side which focused on his ability to built and repair.
Hulk and Black Widow(Natasha) both are now in a ‘on off’ relationship which is surprising. Totally a The Beauty and The Beast concept going on but with the Hulk aka Bruce Banner more sensitive.
We learned the Hawkeye(Clint Barton)is married and is a rabbit. Also he has more dialogue compared to the previous movie. In this movie, he acts as the big brother and advises some of the Avengers team along the way.
Thor this time is more masculine in which pulls a certain effect towards women. He also will learn about the stones and notices that someone else is at play beside Ultron.
Like I mentioned before, each of the character has their own role this time around and quite surprising how Josh managed to pull all that together.
If asked what’s my personal favorite scene on the movie, it would be The Hulk vs The Hulkbuster. There will be someone dying in this movie but far off from expected.



Rating 7.0/10
Honestly, you would understand more if you would have read the comic. It felt that the movie is meant for the comic fan rather than the public. If you’re a comic fan, you will definitely love it.
P/s: Look out for some clue on what to come next under the Marvel cinematic universe.

Release date: 23th April 2015

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