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Avengers: Infinity War

2018  149 MN


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Anthony Russo
  Director
Joe Russo
  Director




As the Avengers and their allies have continued to protect the world from threats too large for any one hero to handle, a new danger has emerged from the cosmic shadows: Thanos. A despot of intergalactic infamy, his goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones, artifacts of unimaginable power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality. Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment - the fate of Earth and existence itself has never been more uncertain.

 Release Date

April 25, 2018

 Runtime

2h29m (149 min)

 Budget

$ 300,000,000

 Revenue

$ 2,046,239,637


 Top Billed Cast

 Robert Downey Jr.
 Tony Stark / Iron Man
 Chris Hemsworth
 Thor Odinson
 Chris Evans
 Steve Rogers / Captain America
 Scarlett Johansson
 Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
 Benedict Cumberbatch
 Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange
 Tom Holland
 Peter Parker / Spider-Man


 Written by

Christopher Markus Screenplay
Stephen McFeely Screenplay
Jack Kirby Comic Book
Jim Starlin Comic Book

 Tagline

An entire universe. Once and for all.

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 Cast

Robert Downey Jr.
  Tony Stark / Iron Man
Chris Hemsworth
  Thor Odinson
Chris Evans
  Steve Rogers / Captain America
Scarlett Johansson
  Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Benedict Cumberbatch
  Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange
Tom Holland
  Peter Parker / Spider-Man
Chadwick Boseman
  T'Challa / Black Panther
Don Cheadle
  James "Rhodey" Rhodes / War Machine
Zoe Saldana
  Gamora
Karen Gillan
  Nebula
Elizabeth Olsen
  Wanda Maximoff
Paul Bettany
  Vision
Anthony Mackie
  Sam Wilson / Falcon
Sebastian Stan
  James "Bucky" Barnes / Winter Soldier
Tom Hiddleston
  Loki
Idris Elba
  Heimdall
Danai Gurira
  Okoye
Peter Dinklage
  Eitri the Dwarf
Benedict Wong
  Wong
Pom Klementieff
  Mantis
Dave Bautista
  Drax the Destroyer
Vin Diesel
  Groot (voice)
Bradley Cooper
  Rocket (voice)
Gwyneth Paltrow
  Virginia "Pepper" Potts
Benicio del Toro
  Taneleer Tivan / The Collector
Josh Brolin
  Thanos
Chris Pratt
  Peter Quill / Star-Lord
Sean Gunn
  On-Set Rocket
William Hurt
  Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
Letitia Wright
  Shuri
Terry Notary
  Cull Obsidian / On-Set Groot
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor
  Ebony Maw
Carrie Coon
  Proxima Midnight (voice)
Michael James Shaw
  Corvus Glaive
Stan Lee
  Schoolbus Driver
Winston Duke
  M'Baku
Florence Kasumba
  Ayo
Kerry Condon
  F.R.I.D.A.Y. (voice)
Monique Ganderton
  On-Set Proxima Midnight
Jacob Batalon
  Ned Leeds
Tiffany Espensen
  Cindy Moon
Isabella Amara
  Sally Avril
Ethan Dizon
  Brian 'Tiny' McKeever
Ariana Greenblatt
  Young Gamora
Ameenah Kaplan
  Gamora's Mother
Ross Marquand
  Johann Schmidt / Red Skull / Stonekeeper
Michael Anthony Rogers
  Secretary Ross' Aide
Stephen McFeely
  Secretary Ross' Aide
Aaron Lazar
  Dr. Stephen Strange Double
Robert Pralgo
  Thanos Reader
Olaniyan Thurmon
  Teenage Groot Reader
Blair Jasin
  Street Pedestrian #1
Matthew Zuk
  Street Pedestrian #2
Laura Miller
  Scottish News (STV) Reporter
Kenneth Branagh
  Asgardian Distress Call (voice) (uncredited)
Samuel L. Jackson
  Nick Fury (uncredited)
Cobie Smulders
  Maria Hill (uncredited)
Harrison Osterfield
  Boy on Bus
Gary Peebles
  Kingsguard (uncredited)
Marija Abney
  Dora Milaje (uncredited)
Zola Williams
  Dora Milaje (uncredited)
Marie Mouroum
  Dora Milaje (uncredited)
James Siderits
  NYC Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mark Ruffalo
  Bruce Banner / The Hulk

 Crew


Alan Silvestri
  Original Music Composer
David Farmer
  Sound Designer
Tom Johnson
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sarah Halley Finn
  Casting
Beat Frutiger
  Art Direction
Christopher Markus
  Screenplay
Stephen McFeely
  Screenplay
Stan Lee
  Executive Producer
Kevin Feige
  Producer
Shannon Mills
  Sound Designer
Shannon Mills
  Supervising Sound Editor
Juan Peralta
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Judianna Makovsky
  Costume Design
James Gunn
  Executive Producer
James Gunn
  Additional Dialogue
Daniel Sudick
  Special Effects Supervisor
Jeffrey Ford
  Editor
Daniel Laurie
  Supervising Sound Editor
Jack Kirby
  Comic Book
Jon Favreau
  Executive Producer
Anthony Russo
  Director
Joe Russo
  Director
Dave Jordan
  Music Supervisor
Charles Wood
  Production Design
Lisa Tomczeszyn
  Assistant Costume Designer
Louis D'Esposito
  Executive Producer
JoAnn Perritano
  Unit Production Manager
Danielle Legovich
  Visual Effects Producer
Alan Fine
  Executive Producer
Victoria Alonso
  Executive Producer
Shelley Roden
  Foley
Geoffrey Haley
  Camera Operator
Dylan Goss
  Aerial Director of Photography
Alexander St. Pierre
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Kent Harvey
  Camera Operator
Charlie Dicus
  Set Costumer
Trent Opaloch
  Director of Photography
Mike Stallion
  Art Direction
Russell Bobbitt
  Property Master
Erica Rice
  Assistant Costume Designer
Mike Lutz
  Set Costumer
Vivian Baker
  Makeup Designer
John Roesch
  Foley
Mitchell Bell
  Co-Producer
Eli Sasich
  Script Coordinator
Pat Sweeney
  Gaffer
Sarah Stuart
  Draughtsman
Jeff Murrell
  Gaffer
Ken Fisher
  Camera Operator
Nick Scarano
  Costume Supervisor
Jann K. Engel
  Art Direction
Thomas Brown
  Art Direction
Anthony Almaraz
  Set Costumer
Charles German
  Boom Operator
Kate Morath
  Boom Operator
Dan O'Connell
  Foley
David M. Roberts
  Boom Operator
Chase Paris
  Casting
Tara Feldstein Bennett
  Casting
Matthew Schmidt
  Editor
Russell R. Anderson
  Leadman
Tricia Yoo
  Set Costumer
Maurice K. McGuire
  Camera Operator
Russell Earl
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jim Barr
  Art Direction
Theresa Greene
  Art Department Coordinator
Andy Stevens
  Visual Effects Editor
Jeremy Braben
  Aerial Director of Photography
John H. Samson
  Construction Coordinator
Lorelei David
  Visual Effects Editor
Conor McCullagh
  Key Makeup Artist
Ronald Hersey
  Camera Operator
Nia Hansen
  Sound Designer
David Richert
  Camera Operator
Dan Riffel
  Gaffer
Jamie Lengyel
  Production Manager
Sian Richards
  Makeup Designer
Christopher Raymond
  Camera Operator
Matt Aitken
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Deborah Rutherford
  Makeup Department Head
Janine Rath
  Hair Department Head
Nick Dacey
  Visual Effects Editor
David Butler
  Set Costumer
Lauren Abiouness
  Assistant Art Director
Andrew Morley
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Annie Hill
  Costume Supervisor
Branden Marks
  Set Costumer
Lori Grabowski
  Script Supervisor
Sean Ryan Jennings
  Art Direction
Sean Ryan Jennings
  VFX Artist
Tom Barrett
  Visual Effects Editor
Kelly Port
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Kate Abraham
  Set Costumer
Chris Castaldi
  First Assistant Director
Steve Orlando
  Sound Effects Editor
Natapon Huangsakuncharoen
  Creature Technical Director
Eric Dvorsky
  Aerial Camera Technician
Kevin Gilbert
  Assistant Art Director
Jamie Hallett
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Ellen Hoffmann
  Lead Animator
Sheena Wichary
  Costume Supervisor
Laura Steinman
  Costume Supervisor
Tamar Shaham
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Mary Castor
  Makeup Artist
Elizabeth Shelton
  Assistant Costume Designer
Jason B. Stamey
  Casting Associate
Michelle Diamantides
  Key Hair Stylist
Jason Tamez
  Production Supervisor
Christopher Flick
  Foley Editor
Rhys Ifan
  Assistant Art Director
Gourdal Sebastien
  CG Supervisor
Margaux Peach
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Ashley Marie Parker
  Set Costumer
Varun Hadkar
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jan Philip Cramer
  Animation Director
Michael Crow
  Assistant Costume Designer
Matthew Lloyd
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Samuel Perkins
  Visual Effects Editor
Jen Underdahl
  Visual Effects Producer
Dan DeLeeuw
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Cassie Dixon
  First Assistant Editor
Serena Reichenbaugh
  Sound Mixer
Todd O. Russell
  Boom Operator
John M. Pisani
  Unit Publicist
Craig Anthony
  Set Costumer
Aoife Warren
  Draughtsman
Javier Arrieta
  Key Costumer
Eric Scott
  Visual Effects Producer
Laura Holeman
  Digital Intermediate
Christopher Finley
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Yen Do
  Set Costumer
Lee Maher
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Molly Doyle
  Casting Assistant
Hannes Poser
  CG Supervisor
Samson Neslund
  Sound Effects Editor
Doug Spilatro
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Kevin Houlihan
  Assistant Art Director
Johnny Gidcomb
  ADR Voice Casting
Michael J. Coo
  Key Grip
Fliss Jaine
  Art Department Coordinator
Ben Wiggs
  Animation Supervisor
Jim Starlin
  Comic Book
Henry Wan
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Daniel Baker
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Andrew Cheng
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Jared Slater
  Aerial Camera Technician
Jeffrey Steven Brink
  Aerial Camera
Michael Craig Ferguson
  Drone Operator
Lara Lom
  Visual Effects Producer
Louie Northern
  Drone Operator
Robert Vardaros
  Boom Operator
Andy Park
  Conceptual Illustrator
Jennifer Bash
  Assistant Art Director
Charles Crivier
  Key Grip
Darin Devonshire
  Rigging Grip
Sarah Ginn
  Assistant Art Director
Caroline Whitehill
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Katia Muscariello
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Asha Joseph
  Visual Effects Producer
R michael Sasser
  Rigging Grip
Mark Rossini
  Third Assistant Director
Jackson Spidell
  Stunts
Jason Rainey
  Ager/Dyer
Sean Ricigliano
  Epk Camera Operator
Isona Rigau
  Draughtsman
Salvatore Valone
  VFX Editor
Jacob Riehle
  Foley Editor
Peter Ayriss
  Drone Operator
Benji Dove
  Makeup Artist
Lulu Morgan
  Production Supervisor
Simon Downes
  Second Assistant Director
Scott Dwyer
  Pyrotechnician
Aaron Colman-Hayes
  3D Artist
Brian Rosso
  Dolly Grip
Sarah Stauffer
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Will Loftin
  Boom Operator
Gildardo Tobon
  Ager/Dyer
Javier Meroño
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Greg Teegarden
  CG Supervisor
Sean Devine
  Dolly Grip
Josh Methven
  Creature Technical Director
Georgina Street
  Visual Effects Producer
Stefanie Blatt
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Oliver Ferguson
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Tony Murima
  Rigging Grip
Joseph Kendrick
  Rigging Grip
Rodney Fuentebella
  Conceptual Illustrator
Keith W. Smith
  Lead Animator
Ian Creed
  Marine Coordinator
Marla Neto Henshaw
  Visual Effects Coordinator
German Lee Castillo
  Ager/Dyer
Jessica T. Stone
  Digital Intermediate
Tracy Nicole Irwin
  Creature Technical Director
Simon Fraser
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Santosh Kumar Dey
  Matchmove Supervisor
Erin Langford
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Agnes Toomus
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Jackson Sze
  Conceptual Illustrator
Fernando Zorrilla
  CG Supervisor
Luke Whitelock
  Assistant Art Director
Alex Bowens
  Draughtsman
Tommy Janulis
  Property Master
Carolina Grisorio
  Art Department Coordinator
Ross Coscia
  Camera Operator
Chris Milani
  Best Boy Electric
Tiko Pavoni
  Camera Operator
Henry Bridges
  Drone Operator
Shane Detwiler
  Rigging Grip
Sam Haynes
  Rigging Grip
Mitchell' Bird' Hobby
  Rigging Grip
Nolan Jenkins
  Rigging Grip
Steve Pittman
  Rigging Grip
K.C. Roballo
  Rigging Grip
Adriana Del Valle
  Casting Assistant
Sebastien Jutras
  Ager/Dyer
Travis Scott Merrill
  Ager/Dyer
Mhairi Gibb
  Costume Coordinator
Jason Blackman
  Set Costumer
Kevin Boyett
  Set Costumer
Hajar Mainl
  Script Supervisor
Robin Buday
  First Assistant Editor
Erik Christensen
  3D Modeller
Kevin Martel
  Animation Supervisor
Steve Sauers
  CG Supervisor
Yogesh Bhavsar
  Creature Technical Director
Bjørn Blaaberg Sørensen
  Creature Technical Director
Chay Johansson
  Creature Technical Director
Matthias Zeller
  Creature Technical Director
Giedre Balseviciute
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Jake Delaney
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Rebecca Fair-Lien
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Brendan Grady
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Kotamraju Karthik
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Kelani Lim
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Gareth Pearce
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Caitlin Thornton
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Wenjia Zhao
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Alison Luong
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Katherine Farrar
  Visual Effects Producer
Swen Gillberg
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Greg Steele
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Johnny Roek
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Gareth Wingrove
  Special Effects Supervisor
Nick Ray Harris
  Boom Operator
Matt Aston
  Boom Operator
Benjamin Farthing
  Boom Operator
Marcus Petruska
  Boom Operator
Harrison Osterfield
  Actor's Assistant
Alex R Wagner
  Production Secretary

 Trivia

- Stan Lee can be seen at 18 minutes into the movie, driving the school bus where Spiderman is.

 Quotes

 New Quote

Wong: At the dawn of the universe, there was nothing. Then... boom. The Big Bang sent six elemental crystals, hurtling across the virgin universe. These Infinity Stones each control an essential aspect of existence.
Dr. Strange: Space. Reality. Power. Soul. Mind. And Time.

   


 Reviews


 New Review

Marvel spirit
By Gruic on May 1, 2018
 7

AN ACCURATE WORK
This film is a game changer because now, everything is possible. Now, authors have enough balls to do whatever they want, to follow the amazing Marvel legacy and the extremely rich mythology of this universe.
You can now have a Norse God in space or a magician teaming up with a human in a high-tech suit on the screen. AT LAST.

Avengers: Infinity War is an accurate adaptation of the traditionnal big crossover we have in the comics universe, finally on a big screen.

And it works. Because, why not ?

Of course, you can dislike that kind of film, no problem at all, but it's still an important reward for all the Super Hero fans who dreamed of that since their childhood.

VERY ACTION PACKAGE, BUT NOT ONLY
After 10 years of events and 6 knowing Thanos as the main villain, it was important for Infinity War to offer a dynamic start and plot, and that's exactly what we have. There's a lot of action BUT the best thing about that is the conclusion of each fight. The winner is oftenly not the most powerful but the most smart. All the Thanos minions are defeated with a strategy and the winner is the most astute, not the most powerful. It is a proof that the writing and the choregraphy are mastered.

THANOS
Each character follows his path, each one making choices, good, bad but always humans. But the true central character of the film is the antagonist : Thanos. I think he is the main character and he has a lot of scenes explaining who he is and what he believes. There is one scene with his daughter I really loved. Very powerful.

Infinity War is an excellent Marvel and a good film, as well as a phantasm for all the Super Hero fans around the world. It may be bad for spectators who does not love Super Heroes movies, but it's kinda innocuous for them, so let's just the fans enjoying the conclusion of 10 years of hope and passion.



My favourite Marvel movie so far
By Carry9 on May 4, 2018
 8

I just went to see this movie and I must say that it was the best Marvel movie I have seen so far.
It mixed a lot of different universes. Every character had its time on the screen and there was not too much of just one super hero.
The construction of the sequences was just great.
Now I'm waiting to know what will happen next...


Avengers: Infinity Stones
By Jack Anderson on May 4, 2018
 8

THE BEGINNING OF A BAD WEEKEND
It all started like this. At 5 o'clock. The weekend was starting with a very negative feeling. During the drive, I think aloud and mention to my dear and tender girlfriend that a very bad weekend is coming for me. I compare and wonder what is my preference. A 30-minute appointment at the hygienist or 2h30 in front of a new Avengers adventure? I wonder if the first option would be the most valuable. But there may be a simpler and more drastic solution. Do we suffer when we open our veins? It will probably be less painful than two-and-a-half hours of Captain America's hollow quotes, Black Widow's grim mimicry, horrifying acting from Loki or foolish postures of Captain America (him again). But either way, my sweetheart loves Marvel movies. Ergo, I accompany her and make sure not to sigh at every grotesque appearance or painful dialogue.

THE FILM STARTS
The film starts and it's already beyond me. The second hand on my watch did not even make a single revolution, that already, I sigh. Loki appears and it is my whole being that disintegrates. Here we go again. A new stupid adventure, produced and marketed for five-year-olds, big enough to understand the dynamics on the screen but still conspicuous enough not to have the quality of mind to judge. Loki begins and everything starts again as usual. As I predicted a few minutes ago in the car, "the bad guys will steal a source of energy to the good guys". I did not see the trailer. And it starts exactly that way. My God. As Jane Birkin sang, "Hang up, it's horrifying." Worse than that, our dear friend Loki brings out the Tesseract, for the countless time. It's as if the writers really did not have an ounce of imagination. Help me. And of course, Thor is once again in the game. It's decided, I would suffer less if the hygienist planted scraps of steel under my gums.

A GLIMPSE OF HOPE
But suddenly, a vague glimmer of hope. Loki is dead. And the Tesseract, in a way, too. An important character dies in Avengers. Wow. But here too, my hopes found melt immediately. Because we find Tony Stark and our dear Pepper. And their dialogues are grotesque. We do not understand anything, it's long. It begins badly. And suddenly Tony Stark is at Dr. Strange and his Asian sidekick. It's arguable. The actor who plays Hulk plays very badly. All this is very boring.

BLOWING IN THE WIND
And then suddenly. Suddenly, the wind blows. The characters turn around and approach the door to put their nose outside. What is going on ? What happens is simply the film that starts. And the film is masterful. I loved it wildly and I guess this line surprises many. From this moment, the film is a puree festival. A kinematic series. This is how I will summarize the film.

A SERIES
If there is one thing that binds many of us on this site, it's our love of television series. We all love sagas with many characters, turnarounds, cliffhangers. Well, this film is like a series. It contains not just scenes, but real episodes, each time with a different place, different characters, a different underlying story but at the same time part of the same series and the same general story.
Note that I almost loved each of the "episodes". The one I liked least is the fight in "Africa". I have seen these group fights too often and I do not feel any emotion across the board. Nothing will ever be worth a unique emotion (between two characters). That's why we are moved for Jack and Rose in Titanic. We saw a group drama through some characters. Here, it bombardes everything and then good, whatever. But let's move on.

CAPTAIN AMERICA
Captain America is fabulous. Honestly, you should have enjoyed these last days to bet with me. For I never thought one day to write these words. His appearance behind the train was simply sublime. And, you're going to make fun of me, but I would easily pay for a second movie ticket just to see this short appearance again, with this beautiful theme, which I mocked not long ago.
Captain America hardly ever speaks and that's fine.

BLACK WIDOW
Black Widow does not speak either (almost). And this is also very good. Because what is really boring in the first two Avengers, it is simply these innumerable scenes of well-coiffed heroes who organize federal police missions. We are bored stiff. We have seen all this a billion times in the cinema, on TV.

THOR
If I had bet, I easily would have lost both my hands. Thor is fantastic. The actor is great and offers a great performance, well helped by great dialogues. It helps. We're way beyond Robin Scherbatsky who's chatting with him at Tony Stark's gala evening. Sudden, Thor is no longer that smooth and boring character. He misses an eye, he lost his long hair. In short, he has nothing to fuck and it feels good. (Note that I did not see Ragnarok and unless I was wrong everything was already in this movie, so see quickly).

DR. STRANGE
I had not seen the movie Dr. Strange (indeed, I had missed some films) and the first appearance of portal, I was conquered. As a big fan of the Portal video game, I could spend 90 minutes watching characters open and close portals. It's so exciting. So the projectiles that arrive in a portal and go out by another, I look at it with the eyes of a child.

THANOS
It only took me a few minutes to recognize Josh Brolin. I propose a series of superlatives, to switch according to your desires of the moment. Fantastic, excellent, awesome, cult.If there is something I do not know, it's the bad guy in CGI. We've seen it so many times and it's mostly so bad that I hate this string. Well, I find that in this film, the character of Thanos is really great. Every scene with him is excellent. And this is the first time I see a character of this kind (the archetype of the villain in CGI) with cracks. It's not just the traditional villain who wants to destroy the Universe "and then that's all." This is where his relationship with Gamora is very useful scriptually speaking. It is through him that one understands who he is. It's so rare to have a villain with an ounce of soul and an interesting project, even if classic.

HUMOR
The film has a very humorous "I talk to the viewer". Although it's easy, the humor of this film works pretty well and pretty much every time. Certainly, some jokes are too often used ("rabbit"). Watch out for the rule of three times (never repeat the same joke more than three times on the screen). Of course, the gang of Guardians of the Galaxy is the most likely to laugh.

THE DWARF
Other than the battle, another scene did not really please me. That of the giant dwarf (the actor Nip / Tuck for connoisseurs and Game of Thrones for the less connoisseurs). I found the game of the forced actor (his voice) and in the end his role does not work.

HAWKEY
No appearance of this Hawkeye character turd. Do you remember when Captain America was cutting wood beside Hawkeye's house, who was talking to his wife between the pear and the dessert? Thank God, the writers have sent him to the trash box, he and his arrows (he can get into the ass, it will make him a place to carve them).

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF BOREDOM
This film is totally different of his two predecessors. To know that it is at no time boring. Why ? Some tracks. The first, in this film, there is no unnecessary and stupid one hour fight between Iron Man and Captain America. Hulk does not hit Thor's head for ten minutes, so the writers do not play with us. Because there are three ways, in my opinion, to play with the viewer. There is the way "circle". It's LOST. "We'll put you in the sights, you'll see!" "There is a magic box from which to get what you want." Two episodes later: "The box was a metaphor, circulate, there's nothing to see." There is the way "we take people for idiots." It's Captain America: Civil War or Batman v Superman. "Prepare your popcorns, we will give you the poster of the century!" But these stories are knitting. Superman hits Batman and even the writers do not know how to explain that. Iron Man taps on Captain America. But as we know that no one ever dies, we get bored and we leave before the end of the projection, so as not to miss the next train.And there is the third way. The best. The truth. The one that has all its interest. It's amazing people but with real material. When Thanos goes back in time to kill Vision, it's not dabbling. It's logic. It's the story that wants that. It is up to the writers to obey this action. Not the opposite. And this film is full of scenes of this ilk. I really found that the writers did a remarkable job. And so, nothing is boring anymore.

SCIENCE FICTION AND UNPREDICTABILITY
One of the fundamentals of this film is science fiction. The film even starts in space. And that is, here too, the great difference between Avengers: Infinity War and its two predecessors. In the first two, we had a totally classic story. In Infinity War, I could not predict what scene would follow. The possibilities of the movie were suddenly unlocked.

VISUALLY STUNNING
Visually, the movie is stunning. The vivid colors in front of the deep blacks make the movie visually great.

THE END
My God, what an end. What an end! The atmosphere of this end was really phenomenal. I loved that end, which only makes me think of one thing. I will invite my girlfriend for the second part of this film and I can tell you that we will see it the day of its release.

SUMMARY
So yes, I had a blast, and beyond that, it made me very happy to be able to share a moment of joy with my girlfriend and not to play once again the party pooper role. I rate this movie 8 out of 10 and count down the days before the sequel, set to be released in May 2019.


Screen-Space

"It is a bold undertaking, to readjust what is expected of the MCU/Avengers formula, and there are moments when the sheer scale and momentum match the narrative ambition..."

Read the full review here: http://screen-space.squarespace.com/reviews/2018/4/25/avengers-infinity-war.html


furious_iz

Amazing. Visually stunning. So much going on, but somehow also clear and easy to understand. A little flabby in the middle third, but given the huge cast and story to cover it is very understandable. The highlight was the parings of characters from different stories and their interactions.

If you aren't a Marvel fan this film won't convert you, but if you have liked any of the previous films you will like this too.

10/10


Gimly

Just a very short, NO SPOILERS review I wanted to get down while it's still fresh.

For a movie with this much riding it, to come out not feeling disappointed, is a **massive** achievement. While I absolutely do love it I had some things that I felt were maybe imperfect about _Infinity War_, but my biggest concern was that it seemed like it would be absolutely meaningless to somebody who didn't put in the effort of watching the 18 movies leading up to it. You can probably assuage that fear though, because I went to see it with two people who had only seen _Black Panther_ at this point, and they both loved it, with minimal confusion.

Personally? I can't wait to see it again. This is probably the most excited I've been about the second watch of an MCU film since the first _Avengers_.

_Final rating:★★★★ - Very strong appeal. A personal favourite._


Law

The third act turns on a character being an idiot. That story beat renders all that the heroes do before and after it immaterial. That moment so preoccupied me that I couldn't enjoy the rest of the story, and made it impossible to ignore the flick's other glaring flaws anymore: the villain's motive makes no sense, the glove exists only to produce plot contrivances, the score is so obvious it might as well be cue cards on screen ("Feel sad now") ...

The first half is some of the best action in a Disney Marvel entry yet, and the other half is so stupid that it sours the whole MCU experience.


Ch Walid

Best MCU movie, more than that.... BEST SUPERHERO MOVIE EVER. Hands Down


hs.rohit

Nice Movie.


Movie Queen41

Massive, epic movie. I'm so happy that Marvel is stepping up their game with their villains. For too long, MCU villains have been too bland and generic. But lately, the villains have improved with Michael Keaton's Vulture, Michael B. Jordan's Killmonger, and now James Brolin's Thanos. Thanos has appeared in several other MCU films, but he seemed rather flat in those movies. Here, he's allowed to be fully developed as a character. Especially touching is his relationship with his adoptive daughter, Gamora. It's actually surprisingly tender and moving. Thanos is the actual main focus of the film, and if he failed as a character, the entire movie wouldn't have worked. So bravo, Marvel!


jmquint00

Best Movie Ever...


Wuchak

***Moving ending, but the least of the Avengers movies IMHO***

RELEASED IN 2018 and directed by Anthony & Joe Russo, "Avengers: Infinity War" chronicles events when the Avengers team-up with several allies to defeat the cosmic despot Thanos, whose goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones to attain unimaginable power and radically solve one of the Universe's most challenging problems.

The story focuses on Thanos, Thor and the Guardians of the Galaxy, especially Gamora, as well as Iron Man, Doctor Strange and Spider-Man. The rest of the cast members are more peripheral, e.g. Black Widow, Captain America, Black Panther, Vision and Scarlet Witch.

This is easily the least of the Avengers trilogy. Not to mention "Captain America: Civil War" (2016) and "Thor: Ragnarok" (2017) are significantly more compelling and all-around entertaining. Actually, all three Thor flicks are palpably superior, as is "Iron Man 2" (2010). If you haven't already, I encourage you to watch these movies prior to viewing "Infinity War," as well as "Black Panther" (2018) and the two "Guardians of the Galaxy" flicks (2014/2017); otherwise you'll likely be lost because all these movies lead up to this one.

"Infinity War" is certainly an ambitious comic book movie in that it notably juggles so many super-beings, but this lack of focus isn't conducive to suspense or great drama. It's merely decent with overkill CGI. The big battle in the closing act with the easily slaughtered four-armed dog-creatures is curiously dull; moreover, the attempts at humor sometimes feel forced and fall flat, but several jokes are laugh-out-loud funny, e.g. "Rabbit." Thankfully, the film adds moving drama and gets extra points for a bold, poignant climax, which sets up the 2019 sequel "Endgame."

THE MOVIE RUNS 2 hours, 29 minute and was shot in New York City, Scotland and Philippines with studio work done in Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayetteville, Georgia. WRITERS: Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.

GRADE: B-


Santosh

I Love this movie.


uridon

It's the epitome of superhero trash and the franchise of manchildren. The ultimate smashing your toys together to battle only this time it's for the world to see.


tmdb44006625

In 2012, Marvel Studios changed the cinematic landscape with a payoff that was five films in the making, proving a linked universe of movies could work.
In 2014, they proved to be one of the finest purveyors of entertainment by releasing two of the best genre films of all time back to back.
In 2018, Avengers: Infinity War is the culmination of ten years of narrative buildup. All the pieces were patiently put in place. The payoff? Never did my inner 8 year old think he would ever be watching a movie with Iron Man and Spider-Man sharing the same screen together, but here we are. Avengers: Infinity War is a very fine piece of 'turn your brain off' storytelling, except it actually goes the extra mile to have some intelligence.

We all know the film isn't the Endgame, but we're primed and ready for Part 2. Shut up and take my 💰 Marvel!


sandrakuc

One of the best Marvel Movies!


StevenGarcia

Josh Brolin portrayed Thanos really beautiful. He was an amazing villain that kept all the Avengers on their edge and made them think it was a bit hopeless to really go against him.


AndrewMartinez

This is a blast of a Marvel movie and I can't wait to see what will happen next. You are clueless and you don’t know what will happen, keeping us all on the edge of our seats. Fascinating!


KennethRobinson

Here we are 10 years later with one of the most anticipated movies of all time! The CGI was much better, the story was better...everything about the Infinity War was great!


GeorgeClark

It is unlike anything ever done in the history of cinema. This one is masterfully woven from the culmination of Marvel movies throughout the years. Truly amazing!


KevinRodriguez1

The character development for Thanos was so good that it made me think that maybe he was right. He was the villain that surpassed all the other villains from the past Marvel movies. Trust me, this is the movie that might have changed the MCU.


BrianLewis

GOOSEBUMPS! Infinity War is worth watching. The usual comedic banter between the casts, the awesome CGI, amazing plotline, the results did not disappoint.


EdwardLee

Avengers: Infinity War was clearly much better than Avengers: Endgame in the sense that 1) it was better in terms of writing, 2) it is the true culmination of an entire decade of MCU films, and 3) Endgame gave me more questions than answers.



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