When they came together for the first time, they created a milestone; this time they are back to push everything beyond limits and set a new example. Yes, Avengers: Age of Ultron is everything a superhero fan desires and deserves to watch: a good story line, unimaginable action, great VFX and last but not the least, a deadly non-forgiving villain.

In this edition of Avengers, they are in a fight against supreme artificial intelligence called Ultron, who ironically is Iron Man’s creation gone wrong. Iron Man makes Ultron protect the world, but the whole plan backfires and what lies ahead is an interesting face off of the good versus the evil.

Avengers believe the human race should be protected and thus Iron Man attempts to create a superior artificial intelligence which can protect humans from anything on this planet. Ultron believes that the human race should be improved and if they can’t improve, they should be wiped off from the face of the earth and a new species should take over.

Avengers Age of Ultron is a grander, more explosive and louder successor of the Avengers legacy and this time, everything is taken to the next level including the jokes, which have increased in quantity. Also for a change, this superhero movie seems to be high on emotions, a rarity in superhero movies.

The dialogues of this sequel are crisper and more entertaining.

While the cast remains the same, two new characters are introduced; Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Johnson). Their journey starts with being the villain's left hand and it takes them to that soul searching process which reveals them their true calling. While these two keep up the emotional tension high throughout the movie, Iron Man, Hulk and Thor deliver their best to save the planet from Ultron and promise us a new Marvel’s marvel team that won’t ever quit.

While the movie has some spectacular scenes, the ones that need a mention are when Hulk loses his cool and turns green, scene where Iron Man and Hulk have an action packed face off and not to forget the scene where Ultron is introduced.