Age of Ultron is way more fun than its predecesor. Just its first scene is as exciting as the climax in The Avengers, however all the simplicity is gone and we’re left with an over saturated film in every form but somehow that is its strength and logical evolution. Too many characters yet all are interesting and all of them have their shining moments. Too many presentations for future Marvel films yet that made me excited for what’s coming in the next years. Age of Ultron is a disappointing sequel to The Avengers but it’s a funny, exciting and satisfying sequel to the Marvel cinematic universe.
By Enrique López Oropeza
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” is full of action and funny lines. The movie takes off amazingly, like a Bond film, in the middle of the action; but as it moves on, it begins to lose its track. It looked like if Marvel had to set up specific things for future movies that didn’t fit quite well in this one. They were trying to compress so much information and plot point in a very tight amount of time. The paced was not right; the editor really screwed it up. The final battle is terrible: the CGI looks fake, and characters appear and disappear from the battle randomly – like Tony Stark floating below as he tries to figure out what to do next. I think that Joss Whedon did the best he could with his hands tied to Marvel’s agenda.