This film is the cinematic equivalent of a child slamming two plastic toy dinosaurs into one another.
Marvel Comics has often used its fictional universe as an allegory for real-life politics.
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This show has something to prove, to viewers and critics, but it looks like great things are coming.
The movie is a decent enough popcorn flick, but its narrative weaknesses and hit-or-miss jokes don't help it much.
To me, "Age of Ultron" had all the charm and insight of a fireworks display.
Though it shares a name with a saga from the comics, director Joss Whedon gives the film its own story, much more to offer than the previous outing.
The series, a spinoff of "Arrow," is all about the fun, and putting the "comic" back into "comic book."
The showrunners have painted almost every character into a corner around which it seems impossible for them to ever again emerge.
This is a movie about returning to the past, and indeed, in the end, all it really does is tread the same old ground.