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Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)


Directed by Joss Whedon

What a boring movie, I had expected more after seeing Winter Soldier, but I guess Disney and Joss Whedon are finding it hard to work out a perfect blend of The Avengers as this movie had the introduction of more characters, and they all seemed to be struggling to have screen time.

It was done better in TheAvengers (2012) when Joss Whedon blended the characters well and made it fun to see The Avengers assemble. Here with the introduction of more characters like Vision, Scarlet Witch, Falcon and Quick Silver. The movie was packed full of people and at a time I forgot Thor was in the movie, until he helped in the completion of Vision.

The movie appeared to have had so much mixed up and leaving many strings dangling that the introduction of Ultron was an anti-climax.
Ultron appeared to be an overgrown toy, who was meant to be one of the smartest A.I. in the world, but in the movie he appeared to be dumb.

How they were able to foil his plans had nothing to do with the addition of Vision from what I saw, but more like the guys sucking up their craps and facing him head on and bringing Ultron down.

I guess this movie is just meant to be a prelude to Civil War and Infinity War and nothing else because I didn’t enjoy any part of this movie, and I can’t sit back and think of a memorable scene. The whole fantastic cinematography of the first is buried by lame lines and dull scenes.

The movie starts with the Avengers going to retrieve the scepter wielded by Loki in the first movie. The scepter had fallen into wrong hands who are using it to modify humans.

After the recovery of the scepter which houses one of the six infinite stones, Stark and Banner discover an artificial intelligence within the scepter's stone and used it to create a global defense program named Ultron.

The birth of Ultron caused the A.I. to see the human race as uncontrollable and the solution to saving the Earth is to wipeout humans.

Ultron starts this process by shutting down Stark's other A.I., J.A.R.V.I.S., and attacking the Avengers to get away with the scepter, which he needed to create a synthetic body to upload himself into.

The Avengers stole the body while Stark and Banner secretly uploaded J.A.R.V.I.S into the body, the act caused a division between The Avengers who wanted to stop Stark until Thor came in and activated the body named Vision, and the infinity stone from the scepter being present on his forehead.

Well, for the rest you will have to see the movie, which I do not advise.


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