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The Avengers Age of Ultron (if you can even call this cringefest such without putting prefix "Fail" somewhere into the title) is one of if not the most overrated, lackluster, contentless, and uninspiring pieces of rotten cinematic vomit that was ever put on the screen in recent years.
That's because this piece of vomit does not deserves anything from what was ascribed to it. It was poorly scripted and had poorly realized plot that gives no investigation to the actual story. Poorly written and acted characters. Captain America is the most uninteresting and uninspiring character in a whole film, even considering the fact that he is supposed to be a leader and the core of the group.
But it doesn't say much, since every character in that film was bland and uninspiring. It had overused and formulaic humor that most of the time feels out of the place. Bland, uninteresting villain (which is a standard for any MCU movie). List goes on and on. And there is no excuse for this schlock, like, for example, "This movie was meant to be fun", "It's not supposed to be taken seriously".
Well, I'm taking seriously the fact that most people overacting and overpraising dull and uninspiring garbage product that this movie was. Burn in hell, Crapvengers! I'm ashamed that I was reading comics with you when I was a kid. You're bunch of frauds. Hopefully, Russo brothers will make the Avengers great again.
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