|Age of Ultron|
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The Avengers 2 was perhaps the best in terms of casts, CG, story, dialogues. But that doesn't mean it is without flaws. For me, logical flaws are the ones that get onto my nerve the most, luckily, this movie has done enough to cover my logical senses.
|Paul Bettany's Vision|
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What made Stark think and Banner agree that they should put an evil-minded stone-powered AI, something even more powerful than the well-developed JARVIS, into the Ultron program? It doesn't take a genius to recognise the danger of this.
|Agent Maria Hill and Agent Phil Coulson in The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.|
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|Black Widow's lullaby for the Hulk|
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|Captain America's vibranium shield|
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Now that the team has defeated Ultron, the Avengers should have confiscated literally tonnes of Vibranium. So logically speaking, Iron Man should be able to create the world's toughest suit very soon. Or will he? I suppose nobody wants even the slightest piece of Ultron or Vibranium to be left scattering around Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch's home country Sokovia, right?
|Broken shield and dead Thor?|
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|Elizabeth Olsen in Age of Ultron|
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|Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow|
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PS: And yes, if you do find the lifting hammer scene funny, how about knowing how heavy Thor's hammer (Mjölnir) really is?
Ultron @ Marvel Cinematic Universe Wikia
The Vision: Everything you need to know before seeing 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' @ Mashable
Elizabeth Olsen Says ‘No’ to More Nudity @ Fleshbot
Sam Explains The Duct-Taped Shield @ The Sundry Times
How Much Does Thor's Hammer Weigh? @ YouTube
AVENGERS 2 Age of Ultron Movie Clip "Lifting Thor's Hammer" @ YouTube