After years of waiting and Marvel teasing Thanos’ arrival, fans couldn’t wait to see the most powerful villain come to life. Finally the day came when Avengers Infinity War released and wasted no time with its stage setting.
The film starts Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) on the ship last seen at the end of Thor: Ragnarok, facing off against the big purple villain. Thanos is after a powerful crystal called an Infinity Stone, and he suspects Loki has one in the Tesseract — the glowing cube that served as a key plot device six years ago in The Avengers infinity war.
If Thanos acquires them all, he’ll have the power to wipe out half the universe with a snap of his fingers. Still, if you want to know whether the movie is worth your wallet first check out the trailer below:
The film tracks Thanos’ quest as he moves from stone to stone, while various superhero factions attempt to stop him. Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Spider-Man (Tom Holland), and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) are attacked by several of Thanos’ henchman, who are eager to get the green Time Stone that Strange protects within the mystic Eye of Agamotto. Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), who have gone into hiding to nurture their burgeoning romantic relationship, are attacked by minions seeking the Mind Stone that’s integrated within Vision’s brain. Along the way, the Guardians of the Galaxy team up with various heroes, a bearded Captain America (Chris Evans) comes out of hiding, and Black Panther’s home of Wakanda becomes ground zero for a central conflict.
With so many characters in play, writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely made sure to give every character a place in the story, without letting anyone other than Thanos dominate the larger narrative. You have to hand it to Markus and McFeely’s work as the film never feels crowded, even though it’s juggling such a massive number of movie stars. As a result, it often feels surprisingly earnest and emotional. It pays off the emotional investment movie audiences have been making in these characters for years, sometimes in genuinely heart-wrenching ways.
Even so, Avengers infinity war belongs to Josh Brolin’s Thanos. The visual effects undeniably capture the nuances of Brolin’s facial tics and mannerisms, allowing the actor to shine through all the CGI wizardry. The biggest surprise even the most fearful Marvel villain has complex feelings. Without the film’s synthesis of script, direction, performance, and visual effects the characters wouldn’t have left such an outstanding performances.
The Avengers Infinity war’s sparkling sense of humor works amazing in balancing the weight of the heart-wrecking scenes. As if to soothen the audience. By the time the credits roll, audiences are left with jaw-dropping astonishment and mixed feelings. Even though Infinity war leans so excessively toward darkness, hope still remains with Stark as the genius savior as the film shows a sequel coming in next year.
So if you ask us whether or not Avengers Infinity War is worth your peny? Well, it’s a thousand times yes!
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