Avengers Age of Ultron Review (Spoiler Free)
Avengers Age of Ultron is the next big Avengers movie to tie up the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe in one epic movie, and this film definitely accomplishes that goal. It starts off right away with some really big plot points and fast paced story telling. The references to the past movies are heavy and the sense of despair and hardship the team is feeling from events such as the Battle of New York and Hydra’s takeover are a major theme of Age of Ultron.
I wasn’t totally sold on Ultron going into the movie based on the trailers I had seen. He looked and acted different than in the comics and I wasn’t sure I would like him. After seeing the movie I am completely sold on his character in the movie and wouldn’t have changed anything about him. Ultron delivers some really meaningful yet evil points of view on not just the Avengers team but the human race as a whole and is one hardcore evil villain. His story was clear and tone was perfect for the role of the big bad guy of the movie.
Character development and writing was my favorite part of this movie. Not only did we see the same familiar faces but we got a variety of new characters such as Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. The newer characters really made this movie feel fresh and I am glad they chose who they did for this movie. Avengers Age of Ultron also goes heavy in the story lines of the Avengers, most notably Hawkeye whom I always thought was an underdeveloped character. The writing of this movie was very witty and humorous and times but then that was quickly pulled out of you by the very sad moments of the film
Joss Whedon really knocked it out of the park once again with Avengers Age of Ultron which is now probably my favorite Marvel movie or at least tied with my current one, Winter Soldier. Avengers Age of Ultron delivers a solid cast performance with non stop action, humor, and despair. You will not regret going to see this one on the big screen
Written by: Spencer
Posted on May 1, 2015, in Movie News, Reviews and tagged age of ultron, comic book, comic books, comics, geek, marvel, movie, nerd, review, scarlet witch, ultron, vision. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.