Joss Whedon is back in the business with his mammoth Hollywood franchise Avengers and this time also he gets it bang on. Filled with delightful coolness, witty conversations and a darker tone with certain intellectual layers, this segment of Avengers, titled Avengers Age of Ultron is an entertainer that is worth every penny. Let’s look at the 6 factors that makes this extravagant project an excellent superhero movie.
- It is undoubtedly Joss Whedon the winner here, who succeeds in handling a gigantic task of assembling the avengers. A director should know the pulse and expectation of the audience that will come and watch this sort of a movie and with his uncompromised and innovative making, Mr. Whedon makes the movie totally enjoyable. On a time when the superhero stuff is becoming repetitive and clichéd, Whedon succeeds in giving his movie a genuinity.
- The screenplay is also a well written one. Unlike the first part, this time the movie offers a lot for each superhero and the icing of the cake was seeing the associated characters of each superhero in various scenes and thus making it a movie that looks linked to the rest of the solos Marvel do.
- The cast undoubtedly is a really awesome one. Robert Downey Jr. handles the genius billionaire playboy philanthropist role with his typical coolness. Chris Evans gracefully dons the role of Captain America. The dilemma of the doctor was nicely portrayed by Mark Ruffalo. Chris Hemsworth was good as Thor. Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner get a fairer share of screen space this time and a bit of their character’s background display.
- The Visual effects of the movie are really stunning on many levels. The first fight that introduces the superheroes has some really breathtaking uncut shots. As it is a magnum opus production, Marvel has pushed the envelope considerably. The destruction sequences were conceived very nicely. The quintessential team work was also visualized strikingly by the visual effects people.
- The edits of the movie were also really good. As it is a racy film with terrific quality fights and set pieces, keeping it sliced perfectly is a difficult job and Jeffrey Ford and Lisa Lassek has executed that task very effectively.
- The background score becomes an integral part of the franchise as it is a mass appealing comic stuff. Brian Tyler’s background scores have nicely captured all the highs and lows of emotions in the movie.
With no other technical department failing to accomplish the assigned task, the fun filled atmosphere of the Avengers franchise is retained and now the gang is more elaborate. With a darker tone offered with some considerable variety, Avengers Age of Ultron is indeed a treat for the marvel fans.