Age of UltronDVD - 2015
When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth's Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. As the villainous Ultron emerges, it is up to The Avengers to stop him from enacting his terrible plans, and soon uneasy alliances and unexpected action pave the way for an epic and unique global adventure.
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Thor: No one has to break anything.
Ultron: Clearly, you've never made an omelet.
Ultron: When the earth starts to settle, God throws a stone at it, and believe me, he's winding up.
Tony: I get first crack at the big guy. It's Ironman he's after.
The Vision: (walking past) That's true, he hates you the most.
Ultron:[to Black Widow] "I wasn't sure you'd wake up. I hoped you would. I wanted to show you...I don't have anyone else. I think a lot about meteors...the purity of them. BOOM! The end. Start again. The world made clean for the new man to rebuild. I was meant to be new. I was meant to be beautiful. The world would have looked to the sky and seen hope...seen mercy. Instead, they will look up in horror because of you. You've wounded me. I give you full marks for that. Well, like the man said: 'What doesn't kill you, just makes me stronger.' "
[Found the "I AM" line interesting.]
Vision: "You think I'm a child of Ultron? I'm not Ultron; I'm not Jarvis either. I AM."
Bruce Banner: How's he [Hawkeye] doing?
Tony Stark: Well, unfortunately, he's still Barton.
Bruce Banner: That's terrible.
Natasha: Thor, report on the Hulk?
Thor: *passionately* The gates of Hel are filled with the screams of his victims.
*Bruce looks more depressed*
Thor: But not the screams of the dead, of course. No, no…wounded screams, mainly whimpering, a great deal of complaining and tales of sprained deltoids and, uh…and gout.
Ultron: I know you're good people. I know you mean well. But you just didn't think it through. There is only one path to peace... your extinction.
Rogers: We can still find a better way to achieve peace?
Ultron: I can't actually throw up in my mouth, but if I could I would do it!
Ultron: Worthy? How could you be worthy? You're all killers. You want to protect the world, but you don't want it to change. There's only one path to peace... your extinction.
Rogers (Captain): You get hurt, hurt 'em back. You get killed... walk it off.
Vision (Jarvis:) Humans are odd. They think order and chaos are somehow opposites and try to control what won't be. But there is grace in their failings. I think you missed that.
Ultron: They're doomed!
Vision: Yes... but a thing isn't beautiful because it lasts. It is a privilege to be among them.
Ultron: You're unbelievably naive.
Vision: Well, I was born yesterday.
Other: There may be shots of people drinking or smoking but if there are they are not memorable. It may be problematic to some parents that there are many God references, some positive, some not so positive. The not-so-positives all come from Ultron but a young child might not grasp that distinction, they'll just hear someone misquoting God.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Duh. this is a superhero movie. The notables are that Ultron is quite creepy looking, and actually karate chops someone's arm off. It isn't graphic but is...a little startling. A major character is riddled with bullets and blood is on his\her (I'm not giving any clues, people!) clothes. A child is threatened.
Violence: Again, typical Marvel. The violence is ridiculously large scale, but the injured parties are buildings, not people. LOTS OF BUILDINGS! In fact, the central plot involves lifting an entire city thousands of feet into the air and dropping it like a meteor, wiping out humanity like so many dinosaurs. There are however a few bloody wounds, but not particularly bad ones.
Coarse Language: Typical Marvel movie cussing. No obscenity but quite a sprinkling of expletives\profanity. There's even a running joke about swearing.
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