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Avengers: Age of Ultron in 3D
The Marvel Universe's biggest heroes together again to face one of their biggest villains. When Tony Stark tries to jump-start a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth's Mightiest...  View more >

Starring Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner...  View more >

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Apr 30, 2015
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" is the follow-up to one of the biggest films of all time, which is basically universally loved by everyone. Therefore, going into this film, I was filled with so much excitement and pent up energy. I've seen the film twice now, and it is safe to say this movie is awesome! If you are a fan of the other Marvel films, you will eat this movie up.

This film is an event. The set pieces are huge and explosive, and the action is unbelievably entertaining. However, at the core of this film, are the characters. Once again, Joss Whedon does an amazing job at making these heroes grounded and believable. The chemistry between all of the Avengers is spectacular, and it is that chemistry that carries the movie through its lengthy run time. All of their performances are noteworthy, especially James Spader, and Paul Bettany.

Some other positives are Ultron himself. Ultron is the first real formidable foe for any of these characters since Loki. He is sinister, brooding, and just a joy to watch on screen. Another positive, without going in to too much detail, is the Hulk VS Hulkbuster Iron Man scene. Let's just say, that scene was a great ride. Marvel also delivers another stellar post credits scene that has me itching for more. Also, for you Marvel fans, The Vision is awesome.

There aren't many negatives in this film for me, but if I had to choose one, I would go with the overall abundance of accents. The two new characters, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, had pretty lame accents, but that is the definition of nitpicking.

Overall, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" is a dang good time at the movies. This film is an event, and I implore you to see it in theaters.

4&1/2 Stars for "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
May 5, 2015
After weeks of enduring Avengers TV ads which feature ceral, soda, subs, cars and beer (just kidding about the beer), I finally got to see the second of the Avengers series, and it may not be as good as the firast, there is enough stuff to like and I what i like is plenty. First all the popular superheroes; Captain America, iron man, Hulk, Thor, Black Widow are back. No problem with that. We got a compelling villain from Ultron. The movie introduce us to three new superheroes; Vision, Quicksilver and the Scarlett Witch. Of the superheroes in the movie, I was impressed with the performance from Elizabeth Olsen as the Scarlett Witch. Olsen gave an impressive performance. her costume was much better than the cocktail dress she wore in the comic version. The first hour is more talk and less action, but when things take off, they take off. A lot of people will see this film as much better than I me and they will the movie more than once. But for me, watching the Avengers sequel once and rated it good is good enough for me. Back in 2012, I saw the first Avengers movie three times on the big scrteen. If I see this sequel only once, I can live with that.
May 6, 2015
It's been quite some time since that I have said "I want to see this again!" right after walking out of the theater. This movie is one of the best sci-fi action movies I have seen in years. Usually I don't expect a sequel to be better then it's original. But I think Age of Ultron is a better movie than Avengers. The fight scenes were refreshing to watch as opposed to most movies of late.
May 14, 2015
While I'm not a huge comic book fan, but I have enjoyed many of the movie adaptations, especially those done by Marvel. Iron Man was great, Captain America was good, and Thor was watchable. When Marvel's The Avengers came out three years ago, it set a new standard for the genre by bringing together an entire team of characters and getting them to work well on screen with a great combination of likable characters and a good story. By doing so, it set the bar of expectation really high, and perhaps to an reachable level. Needless to say, Age of Ultron was highly anticipated by fans, and I was looking forward to it.

After reading some of the critical reviews, I lowered my expectations. Viewers were more kind, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect.

Fortunately, I really enjoyed the movie. Was it as good as the first? No, but I don't think it could have been, given that the team has already had a chance to assemble, and Captain America and Thor had movie installments in the meantime, which featured additional team members. The originality present in the first (it introduced Black Widow, Hawkeye, and rebooted Hulk) wasn't possible in the second, so the emphasis has to be with bringing the audience back into the familiar dynamic and have them go up against a new enemy.

While the movie does suffer from hero fatigue at times, it manages to balance them well enough to keep the viewer from getting confused and/or impatient. We even see some backstory to one of the Avengers and I was very happy that the filmmakers avoided the temptation to manufacture tragedy in the storyline by killing that character off.

If you are a Marvel superhero fan, you should see this movie if you haven't already done so. If you enjoyed the combination of action and comedy that was present in the first installment, I think you will enjoy this movie. If you are expecting something that eclipses the first, you will likely be disappointed, but keep your expectations realistic and it will be money and time well-spent.
Jul 29, 2015
I'm not at all what you would call a hard-core Marvel fan (having only seen the first Captain America and now both Avengers), however I can confidently say that this movie was amazing!

It traveled away from the cliche "aliens are out to destroy the world", which was very refreshing. I spent some time feeling a bit confused, but upon watching further, that confusion was mostly cleared up.

There were some very strong characters, along with a nice bit of backstory along with it. The humor continued, which I really liked in the first movie and loved in the second.

Overall, I would definitely want anyone who hasn't seen it yet to take some time and watch a humorous and not to mention altogether awesome superhero movie.
Sep 28, 2015
I would have given this a "Wait for Rental", but the action shots have to look a lot better on the big screen! I loved the 1st Avengers movie, but I found this one too slow moving at times. Sure it had lots of good guy/bad guy fighting, but there were a lot dull moments which almost put me to sleep!

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