“Avengers: Age of Ultron” Movie Review.

May 24, 2015

Movie Reviews, Reviews

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“Avengers: Age of Ultron” unifies slapstick comedy and intimate interplays to the festivity of adrenaline pumping conflict, while combining muscle and magic into superhero combat. Facing their own insufferable nightmares and past fears, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, the Black Widow, and Hawkeye grow stronger, learning to accept themselves as luminary and their heroic lifestyles as gifts rather than nuisances.

After discovering an artificial intelligence, Stark (Iron Man) and Banner (Hulk) plan to make use of this new power to conclude Stark’s global defence program. Convinced eradicating humanity would assure the continued existence of Earth, a truly noble nemesis, Ultron, hacks this new artificial intelligence in hopes of reaching his objective.

Led by Stark (Iron Man), The Avengers continue to protect the people of Earth while Ultron aims to preserve the environment of Earth at the expense of the people.

The handling of personal matter is phenomenal. Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo execute the romantic hardships of their characters in a way that influences the audience to desire the couple’s wellbeing. Claudia Kim plays naturally into the role of Dr. Helen Cho, embracing her character’s charisma and captivating intelligence while consistently giving the audience a break from the action rich plot. Similarly, the casual interactions among the Avengers team allow the audience to laugh even as mayhem erupts, proving these actors are capable of creating comfortable relationships on camera.

As expected of a superhero film, this movie lacks plot and gives no definite moral. Being all rush and sensation, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” adds to the “adventure experience” by travelling through several countries including Bangladesh, South Korea, Italy, and England.

For an audience devoted to humour and action, this film will not fail to entertain.

By Erica Won.

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