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An Exceptional Marvel Film

By AceofSwrds
Written October 18, 2015
Once again, Marvel gets a summer blockbuster right. Avengers: Age of Ultron was enjoyable from start to finish, mainly because of the story. The team transforms throughout the movie in ways that are logical and believable, which helps make the team members seem human as well as superhuman. The film also focuses more on Hawkeye's personal life more, which is a stark (if you'll pardon the pun) contrast to the way he was handled in the first Avengers movie. Plus, we get to see more of the Hawkeye from the comics, with the development of his wise-cracking ways. The only complaint (which is a minor one) is the lack of involvement of Falcon. He showed up only a couple of times, and not at all in the main battle scene against Ultron. Overall, I highly recommend Avengers: Age of Ultron for comic book fans and non-comic book fans alike This is one of the most "human" superhero movies I've ever seen.
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Age of Ultron

By qudusmoney
Written October 18, 2015
This movie blew my mind away. Hands down movie of the year! Much, much better than the first Avengers movie. Watched the movie twice because that's how good it is. Full of humor in all characters in the movie. Might have to watch it again...
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Mind Blown!

By jolieliviboots
Written October 18, 2015
What an AMAZING movie! Amazing isn't even the word! Congrats to anyone and everyone involved on the film. Fantastic work, and I can't wait for the next one! ??????
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Amazing!

By songbirdhutton992
Written October 18, 2015
Loved every second!!! Definitely worth going to the theater for. Don't leave immediately when they start listing the cast.
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AVengers: Age of Ultron ZZZZzzzzz

By Jbatts608
Written October 18, 2015
I took my daughter to see the latest installment of the Avengers and it's the same story with the same cast of characters albeit a different twist. Hollywood needs to smell the coffee and stop making the same movie over and over and over etc... I've lost track of the number of Fast and Furious. How many now, 8 or ?. How many different Spiderman ad Superman's have their been ? Let's not forget Batman 12 and 14 episodes of Star Trek. But as long as American movie goers are willing to fork over the bucks to see the same old story told again and again, Hollywood will continue to feed us crap. Movie attendance continues to decline and I just can't figure out why .
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