Avengers: Age of Ultron opens to a hot welcome.
It?s the regular fare for a movie that?s been waited for as long as it had been. There will always be a difference in opinions?depending on the person, the movie is either good or typically bad. Here we take a look at Telegraph UK?s take on the movie. For them, it?s typical Avengers fare: completed by the visuals and the bangs, the movie ranks high within Avengers movies.
Speaking of Avengers, it?s such a hot movie right now that even Lego decided they?d join in the fun. A Lego trailer was shown on C|NET where the first trailer was re-done in true Lego fashion. It was by the good folks at Brotherhood Workshop, which gave the trailer a truly whimsical fashion.
Expectedly a Comic Book Film
Have you watched a Marvel film lately?
Marvel?s films are exactly as the Telegraph UK review described the latest Avengers movie?fun, action-filled, and fast-paced. Avengers: Age of Ultron is no different, managing to cram a lot of details into a two hour joyride through destruction and mayhem, according to the Telegraph UK article.
If people are looking for a deeper and engaging story, they?d better look for it somewhere else. Despite the lack of a sense of acting as the review says, Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner have their moments as Hawk-Eye and Black Widow, the two remaining human-like members of the Avengers without a superpower (Captain America, with his Super Soldier serum, barely counts).
The wide-spread destruction in cities is deservedly seen, and this Avengers film definitely belongs alongside its Marvel stablemates.
Joining in on the Avengers fun
In this C|NET report, Lego cashes in on the Avengers, thanks to the work of the Brotherhood Workshop.
That version puts the first Avengers trailer side-by-side with the Lego remake. It?s definitely a joy to watch, what with the stop motion sequences providing a different look at the otherwise-serious trailer. Being a stop motion trailer, however, it took the crew about 5 months to finish with each motion carefully video-taped. The result is pretty awesome, and can definitely be made into a short film of some sort.
A High Mountain to Climb
Fast and Furious 7?a movie that premiered before Avengers did?accounted for $1 billion worldwide. That?s definitely a difficult challenge to take on, although will Avengers: Age of Ultron be able to succeed? Knowing the relationship between people and superhero movies, it might not be too difficult to pull it off.
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