Avengers: Age of Ultron


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anthony_may

I thought I'd fall asleep watching it!

What's your opinion?

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I enjoyed it as i did with all the super hero movies, although i find marvel movies more exciting than dc as marvel seem to go for epic action and fast moving plots, where as i think dc go for slower moving, darker plots.

 

JS did a great job voicing ultron and the acting of the other characters was good.

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