‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ exceeds high expectations


Earth’s mightiest heroes assemble once again.

Weeks prior with television commercials being full of “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” trailers and our Doritos bags being plastered with the beloved superheroes, it’s finally here.

Ever since “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” was released last year, it’s vehemently obvious that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been incredibly improving. “Avengers”, the first film released in 2012, is just a sneak peek of how the team started off and “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” absolutely shows what the avengers can do.

The film dives straight into action. (To understand the full concept of the beginning you would have had to watch “Agents Of Shield.”)

You’re met with the team’s cooperation as they fight off an enemy base. There isn’t catching up with the characters or any reunion involved. It gets straight to the point, which is a smart move considering how much content the movie has. There’s always something going on, making the 2 hour and 30 minute long film worth the sit.

Upon the old gang, there’s also a set of new significant characters that viewers get introduced to: The Maximoff twins (Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Vision (Paul Bettany), Helen Cho (Claudia Kim), Ulysses Klaue (Andy Serkis), and our iconic new villain who’s voiced by James Spader – Ultron! All of these new characters that are being brought into MCU are from the comic books universe.

The film is packed with action, humor, foreshadowing, thrill and even some romance! The plot is simply amazing, it all fits so well.

Marvel fans are gratified with going more in-depth with their favorite characters, the several Easter eggs and Marvel’s traditional post-credit scene that gives you chills.

It’s a team effort, there isn’t a character that is more prominent than the others. It really symbolizes that in order to fight any foe, it must be done together.

“Avengers: Age Of Ultron” is a movie you definitely want to watch ━ dedicated Marvel fan or not. Being that AOU is the second-to-last movie of Phase Two in MCU, I’m very certain Phase 3, which begins with ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ is going to be amazing.