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Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

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By Zuvin MaharzanPublished 5 months ago 5 min read
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But in the real human beings playing God, Ultron looks at Stark's pursuit of peace differently and decides that the only way to save mankind is to destroy the Avengers. What happened was that Ultron accepted James Spade’s voice (and a low-hanging smile) and Mr. Cosmic Robot’s absurd physique, and decided (I think it was too fast for the narrative) that this was the only way to save This planet wants to kill all, its creatures. People, this means starting with their protector, the Avengers. But the mind he created, Ultron (James Spade) decided to best ensure safety by destroying the Avengers and humanity with their help. Infected with insanity from the beginning, Ultron (James Spade) appeared, hated his creator, and believed that the best way to save mankind was to destroy it.

This is followed by an attempt to travel the world, uncover Ultron's goals, and stop him, a quest of significant difficulty and endless material damage (there is additional income Marvel about what the era of superheroes has done with insurance premiums around the world).

It all started when the Avengers once again teamed up to steal Rockies' cane from the latest movie in a crazy robbery. When the Avengers—Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and others—try to snatch Rockis’ scepter from the leader of the Hydra, Baron Straker, Ultron The era has begun. The Avengers attacked Ultron and the Maksimov family, but Wanda subdued them with disturbing visions, causing Banner to become a Hulk and become crazy until Stark used his anti-Hulk armor to stop him.

The fate of the earth is hanging in balance. The team has accepted the ultimate test in the battle with Ultron, a technological horror aiming to exterminate mankind. Along the way, they met two mysterious and powerful newcomers, Petro and Wanda Maximov. Their task is to return Lokis' magic scepter, which has indomitable power.

The Avengers fight each other when Stark and Banner secretly attack J.A.R.V.I.S. - which still works after hiding from Ultron on the Internet - in a synthetic body. Completely shocked by the extraterrestrial invasion of the first Avengers, Stark tells Dr. Bruce Banner, also known as the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), that he will create an interface between the almighty Infinity Stone Lokia and the computer program, thereby spawning Ultron. the latest planetary protection system.

Ultron uses the chamberlain's polite phrase "the world is in our time" to describe his planned totalitarian rule, Pax Ultronica, and that irony is unlikely to elude WWII veteran Captain America. When Tony Stark tries to launch a dormant peacekeeping program, things go wrong and the Avengers must stop the evil Ultron from carrying out his dire plans. Faced with the daunting prospect of overcoming the surprise and excitement of 2012's The Avengers, the third-highest-grossing film of all time, writer and director Joss Whedon combines a brooding time with an abundance of entertainment.

Between Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Hawk (Jeremy Renner), and Thor; several support players and cameos; and several new protagonists, including Ultron's minions, the Quicksilver twins (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), characters might be too many, even for two and a half hours of film. Compared to the last great Marvel movie I've seen - Guardians of the Galaxy - Age of Ultron simply pales. I love Netflix Original Marvel's Daredevil much more than anything I've seen today, although Ultron is much more fun.

Age Of Ultron looks like a real Marvel comic game in a way that few Marvel films have been willing to accept until now. Now that Marvel Studios is an institution, it's easy to assume that the Avengers movie could be as good as Age Of Ultron. Age Of Ultron is not exactly an Avengers event, and some fans will have enough to call it a flop, which it isn't. Age Of Ultron makes its predecessor look triumphant and dizzyingly funny to be the product of our city's high school.

The Avengers once again come together under the capricious and possibly controversial leadership of Tony Stark (aka Iron Man) to play Robert Downey Jr.'s usual one-off joke. At the beginning of Ultron, the Avengers—Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hulk (Makrofalo), Black The Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner)-seemed to block their main enemy, letting them breathe a sigh of relief. And wait for the much-needed downtime.

In the film, the Avengers fight Ultron, an artificial intelligence obsessed with the extinction of humanity. At San Diego Comic-Con International 2013, Whedon announced that the film would be titled Age of Ultron. Feige explained that they just love the title Age of Ultron, but the plot was drawn from decades of Avengers story arcs. Whedon updated Ultron's origins for the film to include the MCU's Avengers and introduced the characters Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, which Marvel has shared with 20th Century Fox.

In December 2012, Wheaton said that he had completed the sketches for the movie. In October 2011, Marvel Studios President Kevin Fitch stated that the studio will begin screening the second phase of the movie, starting with Iron Man 3 and ending with the second Avengers movie.

No one has ever put a team of superheroes on the big screen before, and the epic blockbuster has become a cathartic award for five produced films. The fight between the Hulk and Iron Man reminded me of the best fights from the last movie, in which our superheroes often fought each other.

Indeed, as Ultron's top aides, they could easily defeat the Avengers. Unfortunately, about an hour after the start of the action, dramatic events occur that change their loyalty. Instead, the team soon found themselves face to face with the star Ultron.

Interestingly, Whedon does his best with the characters when he puts the Avengers in the middle of a lengthy battle with Ultron in Act 3, where the very fate of the planet hangs in the balance. Rather than engaging in the jaw-dropping dialogue that may dominate the early parts of the film, The Avengers showcases themes of self-sacrifice and courage through bold action towards the end, and Ultron completes an exciting, intuitive, and extremely emotional note as a result.

But even with billions of lives hanging in the balance, Age of Ultron takes (coveted) time to show us what our Avengers are doing when they're not in revenge. And if we have to look again at the end of the world - or get dangerously close - Age of Ultron will at least give us a more convincing (and believable) destroyer than another galactic supervillain seeking domination. Whedon is serious enough about the Avengers universe to fill Age of Ultron with great themes.

When Ultron's character first appeared in the Avengers comics around 1968, he was not a Frankenstein-like creation of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), but Hank Pym from Anthills. Joss Whedon is a fan of The Vision as a character, as he has been blessed with many of the film's best moments (including one that rivals the pitiful God of the first film).

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Zuvin Maharzan

Always have been a MCU lover.

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