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    Avengers: Age of Ultron
    This sequel to the smash-hit comic-book epic The Avengers finds the iconic superhero team dealing with a threat of their own making: a sentient robot called Ultron (voice of James Spader), who was originally designed as part of a peacekeeping program. Since the events of the last film, Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) have been working to take down various cells of a secret society of villains known as HYDRA. Their zeal to make the world a better, safer place inspires Tony Stark, genius billionaire and alter ego of Iron Man, to create Ultron in order to respond to additional threats that the Avengers aren't able to handle. Ultron, unfortunately, takes this directive way too seriously -- he believes that world peace can only be achieved by exterminating humanity, and he'll stop at nothing to accomplish this goal. The battle between the Avengers and Ultron is further complicated by the appearance of superpowered siblings Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), who ally themselves with the homicidal android. Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders co-star as, respectively, S.H.I.E.L.D. operatives Nick Fury and Maria Hill. Joss Whedon, writer and director of the previous Avengers movie, returns in both capacities here. ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

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    • Robert Downey, Jr.
      Robert Downey, Jr. - Tony Stark/Iron Man
    • Chris Evans
      Chris Evans - Steve Rogers/Captain America
    • Mark Ruffalo
      Mark Ruffalo - Bruce Banner/The Hulk
    • Chris Hemsworth
      Chris Hemsworth - Thor
    • Scarlett Johansson
      Scarlett Johansson - Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow



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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Marvel Just Keeps Getting Better

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      chrislegacy
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      Avengers: Age of Ultron was an excellent movie. I would absolutely recommend taking the time to see it, especially if you happen to be a fan of the Marvel movies that have been released to date. I've seen a lot of mixed reviews, the complaints mostly focusing on the fact that there was a lot of story and a great deal of activity shoved into a package that was just shy of two and a half hours. Maybe it's because I spent a lot of my life reading comic books, but I didn't feel at all like the narrative was rushed or unevenly paced at all. Personally I felt that there was a terrific balance between well choreographed action and well-written character development...though I might have liked to see a little bit more of the story dedicated to The Vision, Scarlet Witch, and Quicksilver depending on how it was managed. The introduction of those three characters was fantastic though, and I thoroughly loved the change in dynamics that they forced upon the existing Avengers. One of the other negative things that I saw frequently expressed was disdain for the segment of the movie that took place on Hawkeye's farm, with the introduction of a secret life that only he, Black Widow, and Fury were previously aware of. I couldn't disagree more with those who complained about that bit of story arc, or any of the other sections of the movie that focused on fleshing out the characters who haven't had the benefit of multiple movies establishing the more human, non-hero sides to them. Ultron was handled better than I went into the movie expecting, AI is always a bit touchy for me because it is handled so poorly in almost all cases. Ultron, however wasn't necessarily an AI, not in the sense that The Vision was at least, basically amounting to little more than a trap waiting for an individual or society technologically advanced enough to assemble it. The results would likely have been the same or at least similar if Hydra had completed the project instead of Banner and Stark doing so, the only real aspect of Ultron that was provided by Stark was the name and a sort of substrate into which the AI was dumped. I get the feeling that people who claimed that the character arc was basically little more than an AI being created, accessing the internet, and deciding that humanity was something that needed to be eradicated weren't paying altogether too much attention to the fact that the AI template for Ultron was already present, within the Mind Gem, and Tony was essentially stealing that blueprint and hoping to embed it into his Ultron project...at least that was what I gathered from the dialogue between he and Banner. I honestly didn't see any of the flaws that I heard people complaining about at all, and I loved the movie. I don't know that I would trust anyone claiming to have liked it more than Guardians of the Galaxy, but it comes a close second to that as far as the Marvel cinematic universe is concerned, edging just ahead of Captain America: The Winter Soldier as my second favorite of these movies. I tried to avoid any spoilers, but some tiny ones were necessary in order to counter the criticisms I've been reading from those who disliked the movie or at least aspects of it. Ultimately you're going to have to make up your own mind though, see the movie (if you haven't already), and decide for yourself whether it was great or just good...I am leaning towards great.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Marvel Just Keeps Getting Better

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      Mrprettyboii87
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      Avengers: Age of Ultron was an excellent movie. I would absolutely recommend taking the time to see it, especially if you happen to be a fan of the Marvel movies that have been released to date. I've seen a lot of mixed reviews, the complaints mostly focusing on the fact that there was a lot of story and a great deal of activity shoved into a package that was just shy of two and a half hours. Maybe it's because I spent a lot of my life reading comic books, but I didn't feel at all like the narrative was rushed or unevenly paced at all. Personally I felt that there was a terrific balance between well choreographed action and well-written character development...though I might have liked to see a little bit more of the story dedicated to The Vision, Scarlet Witch, and Quicksilver depending on how it was managed. The introduction of those three characters was fantastic though, and I thoroughly loved the change in dynamics that they forced upon the existing Avengers. One of the other negative things that I saw frequently expressed was disdain for the segment of the movie that took place on Hawkeye's farm, with the introduction of a secret life that only he, Black Widow, and Fury were previously aware of. I couldn't disagree more with those who complained about that bit of story arc, or any of the other sections of the movie that focused on fleshing out the characters who haven't had the benefit of multiple movies establishing the more human, non-hero sides to them. Ultron was handled better than I went into the movie expecting, AI is always a bit touchy for me because it is handled so poorly in almost all cases. Ultron, however wasn't necessarily an AI, not in the sense that The Vision was at least, basically amounting to little more than a trap waiting for an individual or society technologically advanced enough to assemble it. The results would likely have been the same or at least similar if Hydra had completed the project instead of Banner and Stark doing so, the only real aspect of Ultron that was provided by Stark was the name and a sort of substrate into which the AI was dumped. I get the feeling that people who claimed that the character arc was basically little more than an AI being created, accessing the internet, and deciding that humanity was something that needed to be eradicated weren't paying altogether too much attention to the fact that the AI template for Ultron was already present, within the Mind Gem, and Tony was essentially stealing that blueprint and hoping to embed it into his Ultron project...at least that was what I gathered from the dialogue between he and Banner. I honestly didn't see any of the flaws that I heard people complaining about at all, and I loved the movie. I don't know that I would trust anyone claiming to have liked it more than Guardians of the Galaxy, but it comes a close second to that as far as the Marvel cinematic universe is concerned, edging just ahead of Captain America: The Winter Soldier as my second favorite of these movies. I tried to avoid any spoilers, but some tiny ones were necessary in order to counter the criticisms I've been reading from those who disliked the movie or at least aspects of it. Ultimately you're going to have to make up your own mind though, see the movie (if you haven't already), and decide for yourself whether it was great or just good...I am leaning towards great.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Not NEARLY as good as the first!!....

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      LimitedVision

      Although the movie was entertaining, it was a mere shadow of what it could and honestly SHOULD have been... a lot of the previous reviewers got it partially right.. Ultron is/ was one of the most powerful and diabolical villains the Avengers ever faced... this rendition... laughable at best! From the voice acting to the look of his armor to his nefarious plan... nothing comes close to what he was in the comics. And i'm not trying to come off as a fan boy... I don't mind poetic license but I would have enjoyed the movie better if they called him "Armor Suit" or anything but Ultron. There was... to me.... never a sense that the Avengers could actually lose to this clown. I say clown because he was voice acted as some weird Joker wannabe. Though, far less interesting a psychotic, and far less menacing. Really, when a sentient robot can't be as menacing as a flesh and blood person... there is no need for the robot. In the comics, Ultron is essentially indestructible (Adamantium) and although I know Marvel could not use THAT metal they do already have vibranium at their disposal... which would have made Ultron as strong as Captain America's shield.... and as such.. a true challenge. He was also much smarter in the comics and would not have been so easily defeated.. unless defeat was part of his ultimate plan... let's say to believably slip in a mole.. (Vision anyone?) into the Avengers midst. From the opening sequence which felt very "Capcom Avengers gamish" the movie felt half baked AND overdone at the same time. TOOOOO much action without enough care or concern for plot, direction or that something special that would help it stand up to the hype. It could easily have been more than it was.. it was easily outdone by the original Avengers and the Winter Soldier and sadly/ surprisingly given a run for the money by none other than Ant Man... and that quite simply should NOT have been the case. When all is said and Done it IS a Marvel movie and it IS an Avengers movie so I have to like it... I only wished I could love it... and sadly, I can't! :(

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Solid, not spectacular follow-up

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      doc8998
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      Really need 1/2 star options in here, Best Buy! Rounding up on this, only because a 3 star review seems to be a disservice, but a four star review is a touch high. After the original Avengers, the bar was set pretty high for the follow-up, and unfortunately, Ultron doesn't really come close to its own lofty ambitions. Don't get me wrong, there's lots to love in this movie. Ultron is cool, but I'm not certain I felt as "threatened" by him as the movie would have liked him to be. The twins are fun throughout, and a lot of the funny banter back and forth is still prevalent throughout the movie. The Hulkbuster vs Hulk fight was, without a doubt, pretty epic... And in a semi-unfortunate way, it might have been the best fight in the movie. Ultron's minions attack in swarms, which seems to be the only way the Avengers can be threatened (so far) in their movies, but they come across rather generically. Whereas the invaders from the first film had some measure of "differences" in the way they attacked, the Ultron copies just seem to come non-stop like an army of ants. But, perhaps my two biggest disappointments were in never hearing Hulk utter a word, or if he did, it was so unmemorable that I'm not recalling it. Whereas he almost stole the show with some of his limited vocabulary in the original, here he's just a rampaging creature that can only be calmed by Black Widow. And even that would be fine, if they were showing a regression of sorts in him with some measure of backstory to show it taking place. As he doesn't have his own films, seeing him becoming more brutish and forming the bond with Natasha would have been preferable to some of the other time spent in Age of Ultron... Where the first movie's runtime was hidden behind some really great stuff, AoU does have the occasional drag to it. The original Avengers felt epic, felt special... Ultron feels like... well, a sequel. It never recaptures the magic of seeing these heroes together or shows us much in new teamwork that adds a new taste of uniqueness to the series. With Whedon bowing out of the next (2 part) Avengers movie, and being replaced by the directors of Winter Soldier, I'm kind of glad to see it happen. Whedon is spectacular, particular with his humor, but perhaps fresh blood will return them to "Earth's Mightiest".

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Paves The Way For Future Marvel Events

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      Following the destructive events of the last film; the Avengers have now rebuilt a new headquarters and Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are in the process of programming a global peacekeeping machine program called Ultron. Things seem to go well at first, until Ultron becomes self-aware. With Ultron now sentient, he does the opposite of what Stark and Banner wanted and develops an evil philosophy that in order to save the earth, he must exterminate mankind. He takes the powerful duo of Pietro “Quicksilver” and the beautiful but sneaky and psychological manipulative Wanda “Scarlet Witch” Maximoff under his leadership to carry out his plan to first kill every Avenger and then humanity. With the fate of the earth and all who inhabit it in grave danger the Avengers must reassemble to prevent Ultron and his minions from destroying the planet. Along the way, the Avengers will face the ultimate test as their trust and friendship with each other is put on the line all in the middle of battle Overall: Avengers – Age of Ultron was a major success and was just as great as the first film. Action packed with a well scripted plot to keep your attention beginning to end. One thing I loved about this sequel was the focus of the bonds with a lot of the characters involved in the film. Throughout you’ll see bond developments—good and bad, minor and major with Hulk/Banner, Iron Man and Ultron, Wanda and Pietro, and even Hawkeye and his wife. Hulk fans will be disappointed to know that the Hulk’s appearances and on-screen time in this installation of the film are kept to a minimum but in a way it all has to do with the story. I don’t want to spoil anything but I’ll just say that the ending leaves the viewer asking a lot of interesting and exciting questions about what the future holds for a few different Avengers in particular. All in all, it just leaves you wanting more! I was extremely satisfied with Avengers: Age of Ultron and I can’t wait for Infinity War to see what happens next. Any fan of the Avengers or any hero in general involved in the Avengers needs to add this one to their collection

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Paves The Way For Future Marvel Events

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      kenn
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      Following the destructive events of the last film; the Avengers have now rebuilt a new headquarters and Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are in the process of programming a global peacekeeping machine program called Ultron. Things seem to go well at first, until Ultron becomes self-aware. With Ultron now sentient, he does the opposite of what Stark and Banner wanted and develops an evil philosophy that in order to save the earth, he must exterminate mankind. He takes the powerful duo of Pietro “Quicksilver” and the beautiful but sneaky and psychological manipulative Wanda “Scarlet Witch” Maximoff under his leadership to carry out his plan to first kill every Avenger and then humanity. With the fate of the earth and all who inhabit it in grave danger the Avengers must reassemble to prevent Ultron and his minions from destroying the planet. Along the way, the Avengers will face the ultimate test as their trust and friendship with each other is put on the line all in the middle of battle Overall: Avengers – Age of Ultron was a major success and was just as great as the first film. Action packed with a well scripted plot to keep your attention beginning to end. One thing I loved about this sequel was the focus of the bonds with a lot of the characters involved in the film. Throughout you’ll see bond developments—good and bad, minor and major with Hulk/Banner, Iron Man and Ultron, Wanda and Pietro, and even Hawkeye and his wife. Hulk fans will be disappointed to know that the Hulk’s appearances and on-screen time in this installation of the film are kept to a minimum but in a way it all has to do with the story. I don’t want to spoil anything but I’ll just say that the ending leaves the viewer asking a lot of interesting and exciting questions about what the future holds for a few different Avengers in particular. All in all, it just leaves you wanting more! I was extremely satisfied with Avengers: Age of Ultron and I can’t wait for Infinity War to see what happens next. Any fan of the Avengers or any hero in general involved in the Avengers needs to add this one to their collection

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      GREAT MOVIE

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      NYCUBAN212
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      Following the destructive events of the last film; the Avengers have now rebuilt a new headquarters and Tony Stark and Bruce Banner are in the process of programming a global peacekeeping machine program called Ultron. Things seem to go well at first, until Ultron becomes self-aware. With Ultron now sentient, he does the opposite of what Stark and Banner wanted and develops an evil philosophy that in order to save the earth, he must exterminate mankind. He takes the powerful duo of Pietro “Quicksilver” and the beautiful but sneaky and psychological manipulative Wanda “Scarlet Witch” Maximoff under his leadership to carry out his plan to first kill every Avenger and then humanity. With the fate of the earth and all who inhabit it in grave danger the Avengers must reassemble to prevent Ultron and his minions from destroying the planet. Along the way, the Avengers will face the ultimate test as their trust and friendship with each other is put on the line all in the middle of battle Overall: Avengers – Age of Ultron was a major success and was just as great as the first film. Action packed with a well scripted plot to keep your attention beginning to end. One thing I loved about this sequel was the focus of the bonds with a lot of the characters involved in the film. Throughout you’ll see bond developments—good and bad, minor and major with Hulk/Banner, Iron Man and Ultron, Wanda and Pietro, and even Hawkeye and his wife. Hulk fans will be disappointed to know that the Hulk’s appearances and on-screen time in this installation of the film are kept to a minimum but in a way it all has to do with the story. I don’t want to spoil anything but I’ll just say that the ending leaves the viewer asking a lot of interesting and exciting questions about what the future holds for a few different Avengers in particular. All in all, it just leaves you wanting more! I was extremely satisfied with Avengers: Age of Ultron and I can’t wait for Infinity War to see what happens next. Any fan of the Avengers or any hero in general involved in the Avengers needs to add this one to their collection

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Best Marvel movie yet

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      CRBONES
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      This is a super must have for any Marvel comic fan! It's more of a psychological movie experience then previous movies from Marvel. I found it too be quite exhilarating, & took me for a ride I wasn't expecting from Marvel! Those who seem to say they didn't like it, seems to be from they weren't smart enough to understand it. I'm not being mean when I say that! It's just, not everyone is smart. That's sad too me! Because we all have the same chance in school. So with that said, it's not action packed every second, like some would want it too be. But if you like your movies to spark your mind, as well as a smash em up? Then this movie is for you! You do however need to see almost all of the previous Marvel films to understand the dynamic of this one. A great film all around too me! I preordered the deluxe version of this film. You had two choices. Of either Ultron or Vision. I chose Vision. I'm so happy I did! They are collector's editions. They have exclusive color artwork on the outside steel case, & on the inside as well. I picked it up the day it came out on 3-D Blu-ray. & on my curved Samsung tv, it's breath taking! I've already watched it 11 times or more since buying it! So run too Best Buy, & get a copy today. You won't be sorry!

      I would recommend this to a friend



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