It’s been almost a month since the North America release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, and the movie is still going strong — it’s raked in almost $400 million in the US for a total of over $1.1 billion worldwide. I, personally, have seen it twice already — the first time at the IMAX Premiere Double-Feature Event, and the second time two weeks later. On my latter viewing, I took notes on each scene while re-watching this awesome spectacle. Afterwards, I went home and chose twenty-five scenes/sequences that I thought were the greatest in terms of drama, humor, action, excitement, and emotional weight.
So here they are in chronological order. Let’s see if you agree that these are the 25 Greatest Moments in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
SPOILER WARNING: If you haven’t seen the film, this article does contain spoilers
Watch Your Mouth
There’s no doubt that Steve Rogers is an old man. And with that, he also holds on to some old values. During the opening scene, Iron Man says a curse word in frustration when he runs into an energy shield protecting Baron Strucker’s fortress. Captain America hears that and scolds Iron Man with the interjection “language” — much like a schoolteacher disciplining an unruly student.
However, the one that takes the brunt of the punishment is Steve. Throughout the film, everyone jokes with Steve about his prudishness. The real payoff is at the end, when Captain America himself uses some “racy” language to thank Nick Fury for his save. Fury, always knowing the right thing to say, replies with, “Whoa ho … You kiss your mother with that mouth?”
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