Tony Stark makes the Ultron Program to secure the world, yet when the peacekeeping project ends up threatening, The Avengers go energetically to attempt and thrashing a basically outlandish adversary together. Earth’s mightiest saints must meet up indeed to shield the world from worldwide termination.
What I loved best about Age of Ultron was the way that all our most loved saints get equivalent screen time to show of what they can do. In spite of the fact that the activity scenes are incredible (Iron Man in the Hulkbuster versus Hulk!) what truly makes this film work is the collaboration between every one of the general population included. Distinct and Banner, Banner and Black Widow, Hawkeye and Black Widow, Thor and Captain America… like, all things considered, you can see with whom every one of them get along best. It’s likewise decent to see that Hawkeye gets a great deal of screen time. He even gets the most fascinating foundation story of the bundle. Mercury and Scarlet Witch make an incredible expansion to the group (kind of) and there are significantly more appearances in the motion picture (in spite of the fact that I don’t think anyone spotted Lou Ferrigno!).