Age Of Ultron, The New Marvel Movie

Age Of Ultron, The New Marvel Movie


There is no denying that the first Avengers movie was quite popular, generating 187 million dollars over its opening weekend ( Ranking as nearly as high as the first Avenger movie filled with comedic scenes such as everybody trying to pick up Thor’s hammer and daring acts such as jumping over flying cars, it captured the attention of many.

Avengers: The Age of Ultron successes its first release, Avengers. The sequel was released May 1, 2015 and was shown in 4,276 theaters on its opening weekend alone.

The movie features several Marvel characters including Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and War Machine (Don Cheadle) while introducing a few new characters such as Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and the Vision (Paul Bettany). The movie features a multitude of humorous scenes, epic backstories, fun with Thor’s hammer, witty one-liners, entertaining love stories and a generally good plot.

The movie starts off with all of the heroes attempting to ambush the enemies’ base to obtain Loki’s staff, taking down any soldiers who stand in their path. The camera zooms to Iron Man, who is attempting to infiltrate the base. When he acquires the staff, he gains the ability to create a machine called Ultron by using the staff’s power. Ultron’s original purpose is to act as a mobile peacekeeping unit that is built to be there when the Avengers are not. However, this goes horribly wrong, and Ultron believes the only way for there to be peace is by destroying the human race. In order to prevent the destruction of mankind, the Avengers must find a way to defeat him.

The movie features a cameo of Stan Lee because, after all, it is a Marvel movie. Without revealing too many spoilers, Stan Lee’s scene is very humorous even if it only is a couple seconds. The soundtrack to the movie is brilliantly composed, rendering gut-driven laughter one minute and throwing the audience to the floor in tears the next . Visual effects are a must in any Marvel movie, and this movie’s effects depict a very realistic quality. Also, for all the hopeless romantics out there, yes, there is romance—but you will have to watch the movie to find out. Altogether, the movie is brilliantly directed and contains a little bit of everything for all audiences. It is definitely a must-see.

As for my personal opinion of the movie, I believe it was very well-produced, but some of the scenes were too dragged out for my taste and the romance was a bit awkward — but other than that it was an amazing movie (