Avengers: Infinity War
In Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War, the Avengers – torn apart
after the events of Captain America: Civil War – join forces with the
Guardians of the Galaxy to confront Thanos.
The deadly showdown – ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe – will force the super hero allies to sacrifice everything in the face of Thanos' blitz of devastation.
Critics Reviews for Avengers: Infinity War:
- “Never has the "Marvel Cinematic Universe” seemed like more of a universe, in ways both good and bad. Infinity War-the title is almost too apt-is far from a perfect movie, but it is probably close to the best movie it could have been." – Christopher Orr, The Atlantic
- “Maybe the quips and the punch-ups are there because they have to be, what with the film's steady parade of failure and even death. Plans fail. Character fails. Even sacrifices fail. It's not exactly refreshing, but it is bracing, and even gratifying.” – Matthew Lickona, San Diego Reader
- “Infinity War's place in the Avengers saga is much like that of the middle chapters in the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars: It's chief purpose is to leave you hungry for next summer's finale. And that much, it does.” – Bob Mondello, NPR
- “Roaring through 160 minutes of action, humor, character development, epic evil and moving nobility, it is darker and edgier, yet lighter and more stirring than anything offered in another superhero franchise.” – Colin Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune
- “There are some decent laughs before things turn serious, and the deft timing that has always been one of the sneakier pleasures of this multi-chapter behemoth is in evidence as heroes collide in attitude and physique.” – Ty Burr, Boston Globe