Cooking with MouseVENTURES! Movie Recipes….
Hey there MV’er!! Like the title says, today we’re gonna do a little cooking. SO let’s just jump right in. First thing you wanna do is get you a great big bowl to mix everything in, I’d say to use one as big as a small chair perhaps. Next you’re gonna add in the ingredients, which are simple. So start adding in some action, some drama, a little romance, a bit of comedy, and add some suspense, throw in a little tension. Next you’ll want to add in a good plot, some good character development, incredible directing, a bit of amazing cinematography, and finally add a whole lot of excitement and surprise. Now you’ll want to stir all of that together until it is well blended. Finally, once that is done, throw it in the oven at 2,000 kelvin for two and a half hours. And what are we making you might ask? Why, once absolutely incredible movie, that’s what!!
The movie I’m speaking of, of course, is none other than The Avengers: Age of Ultron. This next installment of the Marvel universe continues the story after not only the last Avengers film, but the additional, individual films for our heroes that were released after the first Avengers movie. I won’t give away too much here about the film. You’re just gonna have to get up right now and go out and watch it. Go on. I’ll wait. In the mean time, this movie from start to finish, and I mean literally from start (as soon as the comic reel at the beginning is finished “start”), it’s a nonstop thrillride of action and adventure and all those other ingredients we threw into the oven.
This is a great movie to watch for kids of all ages, from 1 to 1,000! I loved watching it and seeing everything going on. The addition of a few other Marvel characters also made the movie that much better for me. It was pretty awesome to see Ultron come to life so well, thanks to the great acting of James Spader, as well as Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. There was also one other character that they brought to life in this movie, that was REALLY awesome to see, but I won’t spoil who that character is.
Overall, I think this is a great film for you to take you little ones to see. There’s nothing more than just plain fighting and violence in this film, but none more than any of the previous Marvel films, so feel free to bring them along. It’s a great movie to see, and dreadfully terrible if you miss it. Joss Whedon is my favorite director, and once again he delivers another golden goose egg of a movie. So go on and enjoy it! And don’t be too quick to leave the theater when the credits start rolling. I won’t say why, I’ll just say stay.
That’s all for now on this great recipe. I hope you enjoy going to see this movie. This is MV’er numero Uno Zach signing off saying “Have a great day at the movies!”