MOVIE REVIEW: AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON
Age of Ultron, was to serve two purposes, one, to lay the groundwork for the next Captain America film, Civil War in which Cap (Chris Evans) and Iron Man find themselves at odds against one another. I don’t think it went far enough though in doing that. Secondly, it also continued the Infinity stone story arc that will conclude with the two-part Infinity War due out in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Ultron is very different in that regard. You’ll never have that “first time” feeling again but the thrill of being them fight will always be there. It’s bigger, bolder and brasher in scope and presentation than the first and in between the humor, there’s a serious tone at its core. Ultron is also more personable as we see a side of certain characters that we didn’t know existed. Hawkeye is given a much more deeper role that many would be able to relate to. Then there’s the Hulk-Black Widow, Beauty and the Beast-type romance that comes to light that feels real if not tragic.