“Avengers: Age of Ultron” could’ve been called “Avengers: It’s Complicated.”
Not that there should be anything simple about a group of people who fly, pound buildings into dust and otherwise juggle the fate of humanity in their hands. The sequel to 2012’s “The Avengers” needed to advance the story to keep things fresh (and not get lost in the logjam of 21st-century superhero movies) — and it did. We get increased depth in the characters, making them more likable. There’s even a bigger theme at work about the inevitable fall of a society that’s too smart for its own good.
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