Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
Title: Avengers: Infinity War
Genre: Action| Adventure | Fantasy|
Runtime: 149 min
EMOTIONAL, ENTERTAINING AND HIGH-STAKES
Finally, a movie that violates the norm of a mediocre Marvel movie. Finally, a film that violates everything what the MCU actually stands for. This is the film of the year, perhaps the decade’s film. It is so incredibly överhypad that it almost becomes excessive. Marketing has come to a whole new level. It is found on every street corner in the larger towns. Rolling posters are in focus as much as the effective short trailers before an unnoticed film appears in the cinema. This is the case and it is now as it should be. After a long number of released films depicting a universe of magic, Sci-Fi together with a chatting tree and an intelligent raccoon. This is also where everyone gathers, even though the majority is not present, such as Hawkeye.
The slow and protracted scene sequence at the airport at the end of Captain America: Civil War (2016), do not have the same effect in this film. For everything happens at once. Everything should be done at once. It cross-cuts between each individual scene and sometimes it can be difficult to navigate between each element as each sequence has clear and sharp events. The characters interact with each other in an extremely interesting way as their attributes seem to act as a ticking clock. Everyone will agree with each other, unusually fast. There is much to suggest that there is something big waiting, there is something big and terrible that is about to happen. In the end, it will be so. Finally, the majority gather together. And then more from more massive fight-scenes towards the end where the last few seconds have a big impact on the next scenes.
It does not have as much personality and heart as Captain America: The civilians were, where it was built up gradually in the course of the film and acted a personal tragedy. In this massively long film, it anchors more thoroughly how Thanos is and an introduction of the character is quickly established. In the course of the film, we get an insight into what his relationship Gamora And nebula means to him. There are many pages with him that are introduced to him where he is emotional. In a neat way, this is built up to the third act as we have already come to know him as a character, as the father and conqueror of the universe.
Russian-Brothers try to establish a relationship between Thanos and Gamora While he is looking for the remaining “Infinity-Stones”. With an initial and dramatic scene, it sets a tone that has not previously occurred in this film series, such as Loki (Tom Hiddleston) brutally dies just as Gamora. In this way it is more innovative in how it anchors itself in the great universe that it has previously established itself in, it is a new kind of style. These are the Russian third film Brothers with a new Avengers next year. They broaden the scope and burn the budget considerably to make the dreams of all Marvel geeks fulfilled. It is just like all the other Marvel movies a good tone and suitable for some older children. It is an adventure where a lot is at stake and something that has not previously appeared in the series, is how the relationships are connected to each other. The future visions and dreams of the characters are being erased due to the Thanos arriving. It will be their situations after the situation that gets affected in the end, however, it does not feel quite unique when it appeared in similar ways in the first Avengers (2012), in which all the characters were collected and summoned by agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
It is a strong candidate for being one of the best superhero films. But to me personally, who have seen all the released films within the MCU did not really involved in the characters. There was a certain break in the relationship between me and the characters. There was something missing and something else that was annoying was how obvious the storyline it followed. Despite its cliffhanger, it felt markedly obvious how it would end, mainly based on what the trailers showed. There is material that is waiting for it to happen. If it hasn’t happened in the movie yet, you sit as keen cinema visitors and search for a specific scene you found in the trailer. And another trick that the brothers Russian used was also to include scenes in the trailer that did not follow with the final version.
The CGI effects, at least some, where the background can be felt flat and unfilled, are strongly implied that production has relied too much on computer-generated effects instead of practicality. The 3D version also did not bring as much depth to the picture though. They also have an effect via music, emotional effects. When sad scenes appear, a piece of suitable music is played. The movie is supposed to be popular for a good while and has beaten many box-Office records already. But it has a strong heart and an emotional tone that makes it easy to engage in these characters.
A strong entertaining superhero movie that would have been much longer due to a large number of characters. There are a few times for these characters to evolve in their new roles after past events, which is a synthesizer. It is a movie that many elder people should see if you want to experience true bio-magic when it is at its best.
After nineteen films in the MCU, the question remains; Is this all?