Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron (Theatrical)

7.32 h 21 min2015X-RayHDRUHDPG-13
Marvel Studios unleashes the epic follow-up to Marvel's The Avengers.
Joss Whedon
Robert Downey Jr.Chris HemsworthMark Ruffalo
Science FictionActionAdventure
English [CC]
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4.7 out of 5 stars

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QReviewed in the United States on October 28, 2018
3.0 out of 5 stars
Should have been a great movie.
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It was because of how unimpressive this movie is that I almost skipped seeing Infinity War. Good thing I didn’t.
The editing in Ultron is terrible. The conversations often seem out of place. Ultron as a character should have been built up more. There is almost no proper set up. Both Ultron and Vision turned out to be boring to me.
The weakest of the Avenger movies by far.
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joel wingReviewed in the United States on July 8, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
A film about unintended consequences
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Age of Ultron is about unintended consequences. When powerful people like the Avengers take action there is no way they can tell how they will affect others and the world. There are two such examples in the movie. First, the Maximoff twins of Pietro played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Wanda played by Elizabeth Olsen lost their parents to a Stark munitions in Sokovia which left with them extremely bitter and angry, and was why they were working with Hydra. Second, Tony Stark played by Robert Downjey Jr was still traumatized by his near death experience saving New York City from Loki and the Chitauri with a little boost from Wanda Maximoff. He convinces Bruce Banner played by Mark Ruffalo to help him create an artificial intelligence defense system for the world. That backfires however when it gains its own consciousness and becomes Ultron the antagonist in the film. The fact that both of these events were linked to Tony Stark showed that his ego could lead to as much bad as good.

Like the best of the Marvel movies there are great action scenes. My favorite is when Wanda drives Banner crazy and Stark has to bring in a super suit to try to subdue the Hulk in Kenya.

As usual there are a ton of Marvel Easter Eggs in the film. For example, Ultron goes to Ulysses Klaue played by Andy Serkis to buy vibranium which he stole from Wakanda. This was the first hint of the Black Panther. Ultron also cuts off Klaue’s arm which in the comics becomes his sonic cannon. In the Black Panther movie it’s replaced by a Wakandan ray gun. The film was also setting up the Infinity Wars films with Loki’s scepter having one Infinity Stone which was placed inside the Vision. Then Thor goes to a magical pool and sees all the Infinity Stones. At the end, Thor warns that someone was manipulating events with the Infinity Stones. That was Thanos. At a party at the start of the film the Avengers each try to pick up Thor’s hammer. Captain America played by Chris Evans is the only one that can make the hammer shift. That actually plays out in Avengers End Game. Wanda also gives each member of the Avengers a nightmare. For Thor he’s warned that his power will lead to the destruction of Asgard. That’s foreshadowing Thor: Ragnarok. For the first time the name Hawkeye is used when the Avengers hide out at Barton’s home and his wife calls him that. The Black Widow also calls Iron Man Shellhead which was how he was referred to in the Avengers’ comics.

Don't forget the secret endings as usual.

Overall, one of the best Marvel releases.
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EEReviewed in the United States on May 21, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
The one with the robot.
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I watched this during my Avengers a thon. I forgot Iron Man basically invented the floating guy. I didn’t realize it wasn’t James Spader who voiced the bad robot guy. He’s got a great super villain voice. Good movie overall, plot was a bit weird but they made it work.
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HoneyNita01Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great Movie for a Marvel Fan!
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We love Marvel and we really enjoyed this movie. I love how all of the movies are connected. There are really good stories behind the movies that you have to follow along to understand what is really going on but it is a must have to our collection of Marvel movies. I would definitely recommend this movie.
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King MeReviewed in the United States on October 17, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
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Wow, I loved it! This is a really solid followup to Avengers 1. We get more character development, a good villain, and some great action and special effects. I really liked the personality of Ultron. He's funny, intelligent, deadly and crazy. Very different from the usual emotionless evil robot. I didn't like the idea of the Romanov/Banner romance, but the actors actually pulled it off pretty well. Loved the Scarlett Witch and Quicksilver, and I was thrilled to see Vision on the big screen. I never thought THAT would happen. Paul Bettany was perfect in that part. The only thing I didn't like was the death of a particular character that has been one of my favorites in the comics. I really hope they pull an "only MOSTLY dead" deal, and bring him back. Anyway, I loved this film! Keep 'em coming Marvel! (and DC!)
23 people found this helpful
Marko JankovicReviewed in the United States on May 29, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
More fun than I remembered in the movies
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More fun than I remembered in the movies. I thought it was kind of dark, and though the kids wouldn't like it, but it was fun. Everything I want in an Ultron movie. I still can't get over that they have an Avengers movie where they fight Ultron! Awesome. Who knew the comic books I was reading 40 or more years ago would be turned into such great movies!
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Daniel HollocherReviewed in the United States on February 13, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
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It's avengers. Some decent action sequences, but I personally find the characters really boring.

Like, what was the philosophical challenge of the movie? The question that the movie asks? Well, it's should the Avengers save the world? We have to ask, because the way the Avengers typically save the world is quite destructive to the world, as well. So much explosion. And then this question is continually answered by Ultron being so comically evil and destructive. The heroes don't have to give this question much thought at all. And then there is Vision, the ambiguous character of the movie... but only for like 30 seconds.

Hulk Smash!
Mr. Buy AlotReviewed in the United States on October 4, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Good Movie, Great Value!
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This is a good movie, but not a great one. All of the elements are there for it to be great in terms of plot, yet somehow it doesn't quite execute. I think perhaps it never gives the viewers a sense of impending doom and without more drama it's tough to get emotionally invested in what's happening. This is still a solid effort with great action, acting, and characters. The action may tie that of the first film, but I don't think it tops it. As a film I give this 3.5 to 4 stars.

The blu-ray presentation is solid, but not as good as the first film. Specifically, I found the use of 3D in this movie to be underwhelming. The effects were minimal and sometimes it didn't even look like 3D. Considering how good the 3D was in the first film, I was very surprised that it wasn't better here. Maybe it isn't fair to judge them against each other, but it is difficult not too and the first movie set a very high bar. I would also give the 3D presentation 3.5 stars and 2d gets 5 stars.

So the question you're probably asking is how I give an overall rating of 5 stars when I've rated the individual parts lower. Simple: this movie is priced to be an INCREDIBLE VALUE! A 3D collection for less than $30 on release day is unheard of! I've been buying 3D movies for 4 years and this one cost the least by far. At $20 it is a no brainer and worth every penny. It's almost like Disney understands the small shortcomings in the film and went overboard by pricing it accordingly.

This is a good movie and a great value! I would encourage anyone that likes action or superhero films to pick it up. It makes for a great evening of movie watching and the price is right!
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