/Video Review – Avengers: Age Of Ultron **SPOILER FREE**

Video Review – Avengers: Age Of Ultron **SPOILER FREE**


Morning folks! Well, yesterday we trekked to our local cinema to take in the latest offering from Marvel, Age Of Ultron. Directed by Joss Whedon, this blockbuster tentpole film regroups the entire Marvel Avengers cast, plus a few newbies. We thought it would be cool to do a video review of it immediately following the screening, to get our initial thoughts of what we thought about the movie. I’ve combed this review to ensure no sneaky spoilers appear, and I’m confident you can watch this video without having the magic and surprises of Age Of Ultron ruined for you. It’s a rare this to have the key elements of surprise not in a film’s trailer, and that’s the case here. Even so, my attempt at looking and sounding professional are still limited by my utter inability to form coherent thoughts whilst on camera.

Check it out below, and don’t forget to look for our written review, up tomorrow here at the site![Edit: That’s April 24th, folks]

 Astound! As I completely mangle the English language.

Behold! The time I utterly forget a key cast member’s name (Elizabeth Olsen).

Wonder! At my inexplicable decision not to talk at all about Chris Evans as Captain America!


I forgot to thank them in the video, so I’ d better give special thanks to Michael Kubler and Flik Shemmer for their work in production on this video.


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Normally detesting these kinds of bios, Rodney's keen love of film more often outclasses his ability to write convincingly about them. Never blessed with a body worthy of a porn star, nor being the heir to a wealthy industrialists fortune, nor suffering the tragedy of having his parents murdered outside a Gotham theater, Rodney is, contrary to popular opinion, neither Ron Jeremy, JD Rockefeller, or Batman. As a serious appreciator of film since 1996, Rodney's love affair with the medium has continued with his online blog, Fernby Films, a facility allowing him to communicate with fellow cineasts in their mutual love of all things movie.