Quick Rating: 3 clicks out of 5
The world of Marvel Cinema is made up of its own federal constitution with its loyal audience and worldwide admirers.
It is the combination of these two that makes the marvel flicks sell like hot cakes and better.
Avengers: Age of Ultron, follow-up to 2012’s Avengers, springs no surprises.
It takes less than five minutes before “Avengers: Age of Ultron” reveals its glamour shot of its six main heroes barreling forward in glorious slo-mo and then the same thing repeats at regular intervals.
It is an overload of heavy fight sequences, emotional situations, crowd of superheroes and the fresh need to save the world because Iron man decided to save the world by creating ULTRON – the renegade sentinel bent on wiping human beings off the face of the earth.
Destruction is the keyword here: the more the merrier. Indeed, Avengers: Age of Ultron is a non-stop carnival of devastation. Flying rubble, collapsing buildings, exploding vehicles: mayhem assumes varied forms here.
Avengers: Age of Ultron has two new additions, the twins Pietro and Wanda Maximoff (Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen), who start off as adversaries (they have a score to settle with Stark) before joining the team as the lightning fast Quicksilver and the fire-hurling Scarlet Witch.
Much of Avengers: Age of Ultron is the handiwork of digital artists, who have obviously worked very hard on the project. Unfortunately, there is nothing in the script that is remotely original.
Avenger Fan, Marvel fan, VFX Fan, Larger than Life fights, enjoy cities being reduced to rubble, like technology, liked marvel comics.
If you haven’t seen the majority of previous Marvel flicks cos the story is heavily interlinked, if you are expecting something entirely new in terms of story, acting or climax, if you like your climaxes precise and short.