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Avengers: Infinity War Review

Avengers: Infinity War – supremely entertaining showdown in grand Marvel tradition.

The summer 2018 film season kicks off in a big way with “Avengers: Infinity War” and it is one of those rare summer films that exceeds its high expectations and delivers a crowning achievement for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

When Thanos (Josh Brolin), embarks on a deadly campaign to find and possess the Infinity Stones, he leaves a path of death and destruction in his path. When his pursuit leading him to Earth, Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), who enlists a reluctant Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) to the cause just as the minions of Thanos arrive.

Josh Brolin as Thanos in "Avengers: Infinity War"
Josh Brolin as Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War

With The Avengers fractured and scattered following the events of “Captain America: Civil War” the teams find themselves dealing with the threat in various groups as fate steps in to divide many key members of the team. This allows for a great entry by the Guardians of the Galaxy and allows the film Avengers: Infinity War to take a very enjoyable path.

Essentially the movie weaves separate storylines into one cohesive and very satisfying epic. You have a story with the Guardians as well as one with many of the key Avengers, as well as others with characters old and new. As such it is like a Guardians, Avengers, and Marvel film all rolled into one. And each one supports the other very well, yet it has the charm and identity you would expect.

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While the tone is very dark as you would expect with literally half of the known universe facing destruction and as shown in the trailers. There is also some solid humor in the film that never once undermines the story or pacing.

Naturally, the effects are stunning as you would expect. Marvel has put a significant amount of money into the film and it shows in every eye-popping action sequence. Russo Brothers never let the FX of the film overshadow the characters and with a very large cast, it was nice to see everyone got their moment and you did not see members of the cast trying to one-up each other.

From the trailer, I wasn’t really very sure of how well will they portray Thanos and was reluctant about the VFX. But I must say I was surprised by how well Thanos was portrayed.

I am really looking forward to seeing what comes next and make sure you stay through the credits for a bonus scene. “Avengers: Infinity War” is an epic not to be missed and is an example of what a summer event film should be.

What do you think of “Avengers: Infinity War“. Is it worth the hype or just another summer flick?

 

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