Can you guess where Tyrell Williams spent her Friday evening? Here's her spoiler-lite review of Avengers: Age Of Ultron...
I have just got back from watching Avengers: Age of Ultron with some friends of mine. I am not able to function properly anymore. It was utterly freaking awesome!
Some might say that it'll be just like the first Avengers movie; all action. But let me tell you, this movie, yeah it had action, but by God did it have comedy too. The amusing lines and quotes just played on the whole teamwork aspect in which, yeah we're working and fighting bad guys and that, but damn if we're not to have a good old time doing it.
Plus the cast is just perfect. It's an Avengers movie, so you can't really get away from the fact Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans are in it, so I'm happy anyway. But what I liked about this movie more than the last; the amount of girls in it. We got Black Widow - obviously -as well as the awesome Scarlet Witch, and let's not forget Agent Maria Hill. I think if we could have a movie with Maria just hopping around the world, working with Stark and Fury and Coulson and giving them snarky little comments, we'd be happy. Heck, I think we'd be good with any heroine, so long as they were the lead and not some secondary character.
The other great thing; HAWKEYE ACTUALLY SPEAKS! As one half of the two Avengers that have not yet gotten a movie narrating their back story, this film certainly clues us in to more of the man behind the bow; to Clint Barton himself. Of course some fans aren't too happy about the Clint and Natasha romance - or lack thereof - and the path that Joss Whedon has decided to venture down with Natasha and Bruce, but as a Clintasha fan I must admit; it was kind of cute the whole Bruce Nat situation. Until the end, but... spoilers.
I think what I loved most about this film, wasn't the comedy (though that was pretty high on the list) but the Wanda and Pietro Maximoff relationship, not only between them but between the siblings and the rest of the Avengers. After watching X-Men Days Of Future Past I thought there wasn't going to be a better Quicksilver than Evan Peters, and I was very, very, very wrong. Aaron Taylor-Johnson played the part brilliantly, and I must say he does a very compelling Eastern European accent.
Well to end the rave without spoilers, I loved this movie, and I'm sure most Avengers fans will, so for them this is an 8 out of 10. But what about those who aren't Avengers fans? For them I'd say it's a 7 out of 10.
Having grown up in a dungeon it isn't any wonder that Tyrell is a little bit weird, though her mother (Gail)
would say she's a big part of the occasionally wonderful too. Knowing
her ranking against the world's most demanding cat, Tyrell manages to
slip the manacles off to run barefoot through a world worth ranting at.