Avengers: Infinity War (3/3 Hats)


Kelvin Says Hats Off:

Just saw “Avengers: Infinity War” – A Thor to End All Wars. Conclusion: 9/10. For as long as I’ve anticipated it, I was still not prepared for this movie. Ten years and eighteen films later, everything has culminated, built, and collided into what amounts to an unrelenting and captivating pageant. Certainly, it ranks near the top of the Marvel franchise. The directing duo, the Russo brothers, masterfully juggles a cavalcade of cast and characters with everyone receiving their proper billing. Equally well done is the pacing of the movie, which does not feel bloated despite it’s near 150-minute runtime. The previously hyped but seldom seen Thanos, deftly played by Josh Brolin, is prominently featured as one would expect. However, unlike other Marvel villains, he carries with him enough of a balance of charisma, noble intention, and menace to make him one of the best superhero villains we’ve seen on screen. Across the board, the performances are superb and it’s clear that everyone has grown into their role. A large part of the emotional stakes of the movie are founded upon the bonds built with these characters over the past decade. The payoff leaves you wanting for more. Only another year until we get it. #StoneColdKiller #ToInfinityAndBeyond #AllLivesAreMatter #RememberTheTitan #GrootOfAllEvil #TheTrollingStone #KillQuill #ThorDegreeBurns #DrStrangeLoves #WandaWoman #ModernMarvel #TheBuckStopsHere #AxOfTheApostle #VisionImpossible #SweeterRabbit #SherlockHolmesReunion

Adam Says Hats Off:

Saw Avengers – Infinity War: Thanos and the Glove of Many Colors

Rating as follows:

Total: 7.9/10 (Hats Off!)

Cinematography (1.7): 1.5
Overall Acting (1.6): 1.4
Writing (1.5): 1.3
Cohesion of Story (1.2): 0.9
Score/Sound Mixing (1.1): 0.9
Best Category – Cinematography (1.0): 0.9
Depth of Plot (1.0): 0.7
Character Development (0.5): 0.2
Overall Message (0.4): 0.1

The latest episode in the Avengers saga did not disappoint. It was visually stunning, as expected, and pretty well written. I really enjoyed the comic relief in this movie. It didn’t feel super cheesy or forced like in some other Marvel films. There is A LOT of ground to cover in this movie so it skipped around quite a bit, which felt a little choppy to me, but I kind of expected that. There were so many big names in this cast and the directors did well to make sure they didn’t overpower each other. And the ending just made me go “no wayyyy”… in a good way. I’d highly recommend seeing it on the big screen soon – it’s well worth it. Excited for the next installment!

#AvengerIHardlyKnowHer #FollowTheSweetRabbit #PurplePeopleKiller #LoveDoesNot

Austinn Says Hats Off:

‘Avengers: Infinity War’: Glove Wins (9/10)

Oh how I loved this movie. Writing and directing a movie with so many big characters, things going on, and having to remind people what has happened in the 18 prequels, is no small task, and the Russo brothers did a great job. The movie’s greatest strength (literally) is the villain, Thanos. I loved his character, as well as his henchmen, and he had clear and reasonable motives and emotions behind the things he did. He is also super cool. There are a lot of great performances, despite no one getting a ton of time on screen. The humor actually worked really well, which is something that Marvel has struggled with recently, and it helped to lighten up what could have been a super dark movie. The main flaw in the movie is that aside from a couple moments, there isn’t a ton of emotional connection built with most of the characters. Almost every scene ends up being an action scene, which was freaking awesome and I’m not complaining, but it left me wanting more emotion. The effects were mostly spot on and created some incredible battles and environments… The ending is the best ending I’ve seen in a film in a long time, and I’ll leave it at that.

#youdonthavethestones #collectorsaddition #theInaccessibleHulk #Thorloser #Lokiafterbirth #praisetheStarLord #DoctorStrangers #takeyourtime #Wandaforever #IfoughttheMaw #youdontknowthehalfofit

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