‘Avengers: Infinity War’ stands tall as fan-favorite heroes fight Thanos

Carlos Ruiz

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has finally brought an ending to a 10-year connection within the MCU films, which began in 2008 with “Iron Man.”

With the most recent installment of the MCU being “Avengers: Infinity War” it undoubtedly deserves a 4/5 star rating because this movie embodied great artistry, had funny, thrilling, shocking and spine-chilling moments.

The buildup to this long-awaited movie seems to revolve around six infinity stones, that the movie’s villain Thanos is on a mission to acquire.

Thanos, played by the actor Josh Brolin, brings an outstanding performance to the screen, one in which was not expected and holds this movie high with his infinity gauntlet.

“Avengers: Infinity War” included an abundant amount of your favorite superheroes on screen at once.

This movie serves as a crossover introducing new heroes into the mix, it’s always nice to see new hero interactions you would’ve never imagined taking place, “Infinity War” makes that dream come true for the Marvel fanatics.

You may assume that with so many heroes and with so much action all happening at once, it would ruin the movie, but on the contrary it worked well with the story of the movie.

This movie embodied great artistry, also had funny, thrilling, shocking and spine-chilling moments.

The story ends on a must-see gasping moment, that was unexpected by those in the audience.

It seemed to have an emotional impact on the audience throughout the runtime with certain events in the movie hitting home for some viewers.

Although there were new interactions in the movie, it would’ve been nice to see longer interactions between some of the established superheroes.

The interactions between some characters were great, but for others it seemed like the communication was too fast paced, for a viewer to intake correctly.

For some moments of the movie, it seemed as if some were even out of character, or were just not acting like their usual self.

“Avengers: Infinity War” has you sitting for two hours and 29 minutes, that may rest well for some movie goers and not so much for others.

Although running for such a long time, the time passes well with the storytelling the directors Anthony and Joe Russo provide.

The Russo brothers brought a interesting and very different idea to what we normally expect from Marvel films.

They will be directing the film’s sequel, which is set to release sometime next year in May.

“Avengers: Infinity War” set a box office record, grossing in $630 million worldwide, in the movie’s opening weekend alone.

It is now the second highest grossing film of 2018 behind the MCU’s “Black Panther” which released in February.

It’s safe to say, with the ending “Avengers: Infinity War” was left on, everyone who’s seen the movie already is hungry for what’s next.

“Infinity War” will truly have you at the edge of your seat, throwing unexpected moments at your eyes.

If you’re not a fan of a substantial amount of craziness happening on screen at one time, this movie may not be for you, but everyone in the world should witness the Avengers’ most tenacious battle yet.

You may think you know, but you have no idea what “Avengers: Infinity War” has in store for you.

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