Avengers: Age Of Ultron Story line and Short reviews




Avengers Age Of Ultron


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Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron brings about a new story line that looks to the past but at the same time, to the future. Set in the not so distant future, this technology-based superhero film jumps from the 80’s with glee and puts you back in time with a super set of characters. From the introductory scenes, Avengers: Age of Ultron takes you on a grand journey of action, adventure and wonder.

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Story line

Avengers Age Of Ultron

This is a good example of the Captain America Syndrome in action. In this case, because we started so far behind , 1st missing Chapter our lack of ‘real’ back story catches up with us and adds to world wide chaos .

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Studio/Story Line review – an ethics lesson for young readers ( also touches on fair play, bullying and not copying from other people’s book )  The moral here is clear. Don’t do things new things that you can steal from someone else: it’s wrong and places work on your brain – don’t come crying to me if the plot doesn’t make any sense!

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Shorts Reviews I would have liked 3d FX or maybe an extending visual appearance of Thor : this scene is basically a change-over between animation and live action with no break in continuity ( or some unique touch to the audio ) a happy coincidence ( or magic ), is completely lacking here and it left me yawning!


Avengers: Age Of Ultron Review – the story line could have used a few more twist and turns:-)

another great example of an excellent visual story which needs some ‘juice’, for lack of better term! It is not quite clear if this involves artwork or new words but I am guessing it is both.

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Review – you’re still going to be fighting? I’ll bet that when you think about it afterwards, there was no real reason for your character not to ask if he could have some trouble-free sleep before leaving for battle!

Rising Action

Essentially this is the part of a story in which more mini-quests ( or one quest really ) are added to a developing plot: it keeps us anticipating how we can bring things into some sort of order and hopefully also find something/ someone about whom we care.

Avengers: Age Of Ultron rising action – oh…. I forgot you have put your hand up!   just before being given that awesome reward Iron Man gives you a free pass as your contribution to the team is … well….. totally pointless!


Climax – The climactic main event of the story. In other words, a big fight/ confrontation between good and evil.This has been quite an interesting journey; now let’s see how you get on in battle 😀

Insight into your hero(es):

Hulk’s transformation is the major element in this film but he isn’t quite what I expected. Perhaps a reason for that was his lack of armour, possibly an oversight by one of your creators. No matter it all looks great!

Falling Action

Second phase of plotting. It, essentially, keeps moving the story forward! This is a more serious activity as you aim to conclude/ wrap up issues which have previously been raised and to avoid feeding your readers false hope in happy(ish) endings – all with generous amounts of humor thrown in throughout 🙂

Avengers: Age Of Ultron falling action – quick one before we get back into this really good fun -witty- movie ;).… are you sure those two new characters are going to be back or am I right in thinking the whole subplot about them was just a small filler episode


The end of the story. Usually when this happens, our hero(es) have won but not without cost so they are back where they started or ( more likely ) progress is made towards some final goal in an arc which might make up for their previous shortcomings and/or weaknesses. In any case, it has been exciting right to the very last part!

Flipping a flat book page over is nothing new – we all have to do so when reading a novel and the same principle applies in your story. Just like that simple act will show us an entirely different picture of the inside cover there may be things

Avengers: Age of Ultron Short Reviews

First off, I have found that writing these always helps me with the story itself and because this is a multiple review of something everyone will get to see no matter what there are spoilers for those who haven’t watched ….. you may want to read through them first.

First up – Briefly speaking – The movie starts well but runs out of steam before really picking up pace after about 15-20 minutes . It features very good action scenes at the start of the movie and then a good middle with some rather intense fight scenes but Lascaux is ill-served by his cinematographer in terms of trying to show it all on screen , this has led to endless shots which have only consequence for the idea he wanted not because they were any different or special.

There are also too many full stops along the way – units running across an objective, them suddenly seeing another unit further down who immediately start to shoot and then the unit in question has to fight their way down ( just a small example but still ) which leaves us with big bonkers style gun fights on screen but often no explanation for this.

Final Thought

The much anticipated superhero movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron hit the big screens on the 1st of April this year. This movie follows the events of The Avengers and picks up from where it left off. It also gives a glimpse into the post-credits scene of the first film to tell exactly how things unfold in the titular superhero team’s life (spoiler alert).


Was there any particular point in filming where things changed or got hard?

The end of this movie was difficult ,I wasn’t sure how I would have written it out if I had started writing those moments seven years ago when you know that scene 4 million times…. The problem with these films (three

How was the movie directed and written?

Director Joss did a lot of the directing himself and just about everything was written by him , but for this movie he directed the whole thing.

How much of your personal experience did you put into the movie?

Without a doubt and without having seen narrative films about these events, I had to get it wrong for that part.

What is your review of Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015 movie)?

I think it was amazing. It had a lot of the wrong kind of things and some stupid mistakes, but in general I thought it was absolutely great.

How did you come up with such an original idea?

In comparison those other Marvel movies are just copies almost (unoriginal).I don’t think they were much more “original” than my ideas when I wrote Hellboy and told Guillermo del Toro .

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