Review of Avengers Age of Ultron

I watched Avengers Age of Ultron as part of my Bronze Art Award and below is a my review of the movie.  Please be aware there may be spoilers.

Avengers Age of Ultron was written and directed by Joss Whedon and produced by Kevin Feige.  It is based on the comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.  

This movie is part of my favourite movie franchise and I really enjoyed watching it. The basic premise of the movie is that the Avengers are wanting to disband and commence a more normal life.  They find an A.I. that Hydra was developing and take it back to headquarters in order to complete it so that the A.I. can do their job for them. Unfortunately the A.I. gets the wrong idea and decides instead of keeping the peace he will exterminate humans.  The Avengers are now in a situation where they need to stop him.  The story line was very interesting and succeeded in creating a feeling of tension and anticipation throughout the movie.

I think they made excellent use of CGI in this movie.  They use CGI in many aspects of the film and it definitely helped to create a more realistic visual impression, especially in things like the Iron Man suite or Captain America's shield where they added reflective elements.

The cinematic shots they used were also really interesting and effective.  They did many shots from a first person perspective which gave you the feeling of experiencing the scene yourself.  This added to the suspense and action in the film.

I would definitely recommend watching this movie as it is both visually and theatrically interesting and entertaining.


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  • Carol Leach

    On 25 June 2020, 10:15 Carol Leach commented:

    excellent review, lots of details of the plot and of the special effects in the movie

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