Russo Brothers Break Down Avengers: Infinity War Scene
03 May, 2018, 13:32 | Author: Lula Armstrong
It is really hard to discuss this movie without talking about spoilers, so I will keep this brief and to the point. I will, however, keep everything as vague as possible, allowing for general thoughts about the film itself. The more Strange appears in films the more I want another Doctor Strange solo film.
If you're not up to date on her comic-book adventures, she's a deep-space hero with cosmic/alien powers - exactly the type of hero the Avengers need right now.
Let's start at the beginning. Could the most anticipated blockbuster of the year deliver, despite all of the pressure that's been building for 10 years inside a franchise that's accomplished something no other will be able to replicate - in spite of many companies trying to create their version of the MCU?
Avengers: Infinity War is the third instalment in the Avengers series, preceded by The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron. I have a feeling that the people behind these things may just be too busy as they're instead spending all day, every day watching Avengers:Infinity War over and over again.
The movie was two hours and 43 minutes, so it had time to include everyone and explain what was happening. Captain America's squad is able to save the pair, and they regroup at the Avengers headquarters when they learn about the massive attack on NY.
For the record, Infinity War is apparently playing on an astounding 85 percent of the nation's movie screens, which includes 978 from CGV, 773 from Lotte and 577 from Megabox. But the Russo brothers deliver an engaging film that effectively follows numerous plotlines, giving each character their chance in the spotlight. Each main character gets the opportunity to do something pretty cool. He's complicated yet thoughtful; emotional yet ruthless.
"Sometimes I get impulsive..." he says, as he lowers his head in to his hands in anguish. It marks the nineteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
The moderator mentioned that "someone always bites the dust" in Marvel movies, to which Ruffalo replied: "Wait until you see this next one, everybody dies!" Still, "Black Panther" remains the biggest superhero movie of all time and audiences are still racing to theaters to see it, as the film is still being shown alongside "Infinity War".
These would give you a good enough base.
Even with this better rendered villain, the story is much the same as previous Marvel films of a major, earth-shattering villain the heroes must confront.
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