Another year and another set of Marvel films.
Marvel Cinematic Universe Movie The “Avengers: Age of Ultron is it’s eleventh and 41st movie stemmed from Marvel Comics. It is, in fact, the follow-up to the third-biggest money-earning film of all time.
Just what is Marvel movies’ message to all its fanatics all over the world? Just what are its ideological and ornate objectives? At face value, the intent looks to be that the manufacturer of the comics for the sole objective of thoughtless enjoyable (and also probably earning billions here and there).
After re-watching the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe; i.e. anything made under Marvel’s Kevin Feige’s alert auspices), there is an unusual pattern. It first emerged in “The Avengers” when Tom Hiddleston’s lawless Loki began belittling Scarlet Johansson’s Black Widow’s ethical ideal of “sentiment.” This very same dynamic was duplicated in the recent “Guardians of the Galaxy” when Michael Rooker’s Yondu, a criminal, scolds the major personality for indulging in altruistic “view” for intending to save the galaxy.
In nearly every movie, the adjustment is portrayed as a scary force that endangers to weaken a noble, pre-existing establishment. Basically, Marvel has old-fashioned systems that are depicted as correct, tried and tested items, while change is presented as a disgusting, disruptive evil.