Monday, May 4, 2015

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Earth's mightiest heroes return for their most gruelling and most intense challenge yet as the sequel to the hit 2012 movie, Avengers, promises to deliver more thrills and spills for the comic book fans of all ages until it hits the turning point where one of the Avengers face death.

It all starts when our heroes landed in a fictional nation of Sokovia, they've attacked the secret base of the evil organization known as HYDRA and snagged the scepter of Loki, Thor's evil brother. After the retrieval mission, wealthy extraordinaire and Iron Man himself, Tony Stark, envisioned a global catastrophe and to counter this fateful moment, he takes full advantage of Loki's scepter to create a peacekeeping AI known as Ultron (not to be confused by the motor oil of the same name that you get from your local Petron gas station), but instead, he unleashed a weapon of mass destruction that could threaten not just his colleagues but also the world. With Ultron wrecking havoc, it's up to the Avengers to stop this threat and stopping it could come with a big price.

When the first Avengers film in 2012 ended with a big teaser, we are expecting bigger threats to come in Earth, and as a result, that's where Ultron comes in. For a supervillain, it was really bonkers, but the movie never felt like it's showing its full potential, maybe it was the actor who played it known as James Spader, but anyway, while not focusing on the new threat, onto the film.

The film is more of a so-so at the start despite the opening sequence where the Avengers attacked a secret base in some made-up nation in Eastern Europe, but when the film reaches its turning point, that's when this movie kicks in to its peak because when we hear about one of the Avengers will die, we were kinda shocked about it and for obvious reasons, I'm not going to tell whose one of the Avengers will die on the film and it might be best for you to watch it yourself to find the answer.

Age of Ultron may not be one of the coolest films to watch this late spring but it sure is more than enough to blow everyone away with everything a Marvel fan can imagine and this sequel is just the dawn of the endless war that we might expect in the future installments of the Avengers movie.

Rating: 4.1 out of 5

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