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Avengers: Infinity War

2018
Sci-fi
Fantasy
2h 29m
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Rated 28 Apr 2018
96
90th
I left this movie speechless and emotionally drained. I had to watch it twice just to take everything in and process it. The Russo brothers definitely weren't messing around with this, and everyone who says you aren't ready for Thanos is right. This is HIS movie. This movie is done exceptionally well, from the brutal beginning to the ginormous, heart-wrenching end. For sure a game changer and for sure the biggest superhero movie ever. Period. If you're invested in the MCU, you'll love it
Rated 27 Apr 2018
65
42nd
Brace yourself for another 2.5 hour long who fucking cares we know there’s like 10 more of these coming extravaganza.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
9
91st
Infinity War is gigantic in every sense of the word and I applaud the Russo's. It was some task to bring all of these characters together and some of the most enjoyable moments are seeing characters either reunite or meet one another for the first time. But ultimately this film belongs to Thanos who is an incredibly well realised villain and the best in the MCU to date. As expected the set pieces are frantically enjoyable throughout and it will be interesting to see how Part 2 concludes.
Rated 27 Jun 2018
88
95th
"Infinity War" is the culmination of a decade of world building. Long haul payoffs is what Marvel has that DC just can't commit to. Alone, this one is awesome, there are dozens of familiar characters, great action, and plentiful laughs. It's enough to instill great confidence that part two can't possibly disappoint.
Rated 16 Aug 2018
40
26th
Another lengthy corporate product featuring a large cast of characters and mega-big fight sequences. But the "scale" of the proceedings means very little if it is all just pictures drawn on a computer screen. Given that these films are really just big budget sitcoms, where nothing truly matters and the glib characters successfully bicker their way through various troubles and dilemmas, everything depends on the level of humour the writers are able to generate: here there is but a smattering.
Rated 05 May 2018
37
34th
stop talking about corporate synergy as though it's an aesthetic achievement
Rated 29 Apr 2018
82
89th
Ambitious and entertaining, much more than a MacGuffin hunt, and the stakes felt more tangible than other entries in the series. It is relentless, and just about succeeds at pulling its various strands and characters together. Genuinely intrigued to see how they wrap this one up.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
9
95th
This movie deserves a high rating simply for not being a clusterfuck despite the crazy size of the main cast. The two and a half hours of the movie don't feel like a drag either. They found themselves an interesting villain and a decent plot, and ran with it to the point where it's more a Thanos movie than an Avengers movie (that's a good thing). A breath of fresh air in Marvel's cinematic universe (to be fair GotG 2 and Thor 3 recently were quite good). I'm very excited for next year's sequel.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
85
95th
Such a gigantic movie with so many characters & so much going on, it's hard to talk about without spoilers. I really enjoyed it. It was continually exciting to see all these characters returning & some meeting each other for the 1st time. And you know who's really great in this? Thanos. If you're already invested in these movies, I'm pretty sure you're going to enjoy it. I don't know if it's the best one yet, but it's up there, & certainly the most impressive, in a lot of ways.
Rated 03 May 2018
85
92nd
...Okay, hear me out on this: if 10 years of continuous, somewhat repetitive yet always pleasant Marvel movies can be equated to a nerdy tantra sex orgy, then we finally reached the long delayed but epic climax. And though I can't remember who did what in the heat of the moment and it may have been a bit painful to some, I'm left completely satisfied. Only problem is, now this big bloke with a bedazzled glove is asking me if I'm ready for round two, when I really just want to stop here.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
88
79th
I've always had issues with the Avengers Universe as the movies feel more like television shows--moving from one episode to the next--rather than actual cinematic & self contained films. But this one uses that to an advantage, as it is constructed as a season finale, and ends with a sense of a cliffhanger. There are some good emotional through lines, but the best goes to Thanos. I just wish he had one speech to explain how his plans went from theory to emotion to execution. Still, recommended.
Rated 28 Apr 2018
99
98th
Although the film's scale requires no small amount of set-ups & prevents some heroes from getting their own arcs, nothing here is lacking since the truth is (unlike many blockbusters) we're really here to watch characters we've been given years to get to know bounce off each other physically, verbally &, most importantly, emotionally. This also manages to humanize a villain who should be as unrelatable as God. It's taken 10 years to build this epic but thankfully, the characters still come first
Rated 04 May 2018
70
60th
For me it actually felt small vs its ambition. The entire universe condensed down to a handful of places/moments/characters; and ultimately one silly decision from Star Lord (that was predictable and a bit much). What this film had in spades though was thrilling action and strong, threatening villains dishing out mayhem and racking up win after win. The ending surprised me and this works as a blockbuster. It's hard to be disappointed (or deeply affected).
Rated 03 May 2018
80
73rd
Plot: Don't let Thanos get more Skittles stuck to his hand. He did. Oh shit.
Rated 29 May 2018
70
65th
A for effort. 'Avengers: Infinity War' masters the feat of effortlessly giving every Marvel hero a moment to shine, while keeping the overall momentum. It makes me wish I weren't so jaded, but I have watched all these heroes fight enough now, and as the storyline ups the ante, the internal logic falters. From what I understand some fans had complaints about where this first installment left things. I'd be fine if it was the ending altogether.
Rated 28 Apr 2018
94
99th
It's difficult to put into words the massive, gigantic achievement this movie is and represents. That the Russos managed to tell a coherent and gripping story while juggling such a humongous cast, and still paying good service to every character (although some more than others) cannot be understated. Thor in particular continues his streak from Ragnarok and is now firmly my favorite character in this franchise. Don't go to the bathroom for this one, every single scene is key.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
93
90th
Long and incomprehensible if you haven't been following the franchise. Like Dark Knight Rises it is so epic sized that it's too big to take in, but any flaws are forgiven because Marvel has by now earned the right to make a big bloated beast of a movie just for the fans (like me). The critical acclaim is a surprise to me, and gives hope that the public might be able to navigate it. If so, then it's the true heir to the original Star Wars trilogy. A pop culture epic that will inspire generations.
Rated 10 Apr 2019
68
48th
It's just kinda... I mean, you know... I was kinda.., let down? Sure, juggling such a huge cast and keeping things understandable for general audiences is commendable, but it feels hurried and too artificial; floating heads on CGI bodies in fake looking scenes with no extras, battles are just bland punchups, Thor's sidequest was an utter waste, so many character interactions were lazily written, and nothing feels like it has consequences until the end. Ehhh. Maybe it's me. (It's probably me)
Rated 28 Apr 2018
80
69th
Everyone notices Thanos could simply double the resources instead, right? I guess he's not the smartest guy in the universe, just the strongest. I had fun, it was a good time.
Rated 21 Mar 2019
88
92nd
The biggest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to date is bursting at the seams with superheroes. How the movie manages to use so many characters so well, while ultimately bringing all of them together for Thanos and his story is an impressive feat by the Russo Brothers and Marvel. After a decade of films building to this conclusion, and while it feels like realest threat yet, the "two-part" nature of it really makes the "finger snap" feel more like blue balls instead of a kick to the dick.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
95
81st
When I sat down to watch "Infinity War", I wasn't particularly excited. It just didn't feel like the cultural moment it truly is. But in the moment, in every second of its 149 minute runtime, I was absorbed, enraptured by the sheer amount of care and time it's taken to reach this point. It's not flawlesss, but I'll be damned if it isn't the best cinematic blockbuster in years, a risk-taking, joyously cluttered, and truly daring culmination to a decades worth of stories. Full marks, all around.
Rated 11 May 2018
87
82nd
More accurately titled "Thanos: Infinity War," the third Avengers film goes places the MCU has not gone before. It constructs a truly terrifying and psychopathic villain and somehow manages to balance all of these varying characters in a way that doesn't make any of them ever feel left out. It does rely a lot on the universe into which it fits, but if you've followed these heroes this far then it could be one of the most rewarding movies of the summer.
Rated 01 May 2018
85
82nd
Regardless of any ponderous opining on artistic fidelity, the MCU was, and is, a remarkable achievement in the history of filmmaking; a rarity in blockbuster cinema; the height of cutting edge creative synergy; and perhaps a reincarnation of the studio system of old. And even by this measure, Infinity War lives up to its hubris of a title: a huge movie with huge stakes and huge consequences. The film embraces its madness with integrity, which by no coincidence is also why Thanos is terrifying.
Rated 01 May 2019
83
79th
The fact that it's not a convoluted mess is nothing short of a miracle with as many vital characters that get screen time. The fact that the Guardians are head and shoulders above everyone else reiterates my own waning interest in this billion dollar cookie cutter franchise. It's pretty damn good though. I went bananos for Thanos.
Rated 05 May 2018
75
66th
This really is an incredible feat of filmmaking. The universe-trotting concept allows for interesting combinations of characters without complex (or any) exposition and the solitary, one-track villain makes the thrust of the plot pleasingly uncomplicated. It's where the filmmakers don't miraculously make it all feel simple that it frays, but remarkably, despite its thousand-and-one headlining cast members, genre-shifting sources, and questionable prequels, it never falls apart.
Rated 10 May 2018
8
80th
Thanos' villain still felt a little familiar with his twisted "for the greater good" motive, but he remained an intimidating presence-a good match for the huge cast of heroes which is balanced remarkably well throughout and contributes to plenty of amazing moments both of comedy (see Thor meeting the Guardians) and action (see the Titan attack; Thor's arrival in Wakanda). With all the superpowers going around some snags in the plot arise but its massive stakes and solid execution overwhelm them.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
100
99th
This gave me exactly what I wanted, the culmination of 10 years; an event that is bombastic and exciting. But it also solves some MCU flaws: great villain (the best so far) and actually has some stakes. The ending is beautiful, somber and quiet; a perfect ending, a scene I will remember. Great action, characters get their shit in.
Rated 15 May 2018
76
63rd
Like a true crossover event, Infinity War is among the more "comic book" comic book movies, for better or worse. What it absolutely gets right is the juggling act required to bring 40-odd characters together in a single film, and Brolin nails it as Thanos. He definitely goes down as best MCU villain who isn't Loki. However, there is a hollowness at times that is hard to dodge, bringing this down quite a bit. At least Endgame manages to tie it all up nicely.
Rated 28 Apr 2018
82
65th
This entire movie is a juggling act. So many characters on so many planets all at the same time, and yet at no point was there narrative or temporal confusion. The choice to make Thanos the main character is essential to this - his motivations couldn't be more simple. Brolin owns this movie. The ending is bold (although the effects will only last for a year before the next). Great job making millions of children sob uncontrollably, Marvel.
Rated 01 Jun 2018
70
52nd
Plays out like going to a music festival only to realize that there are too many new bands that you're haven't really heard because you've been out of the loop for a few years and the headliners all play those short 1 hour sets and don't really play the hits. And in the end you end up wondering: "That cost me lot of money, am I really doing this again next year?"
Rated 30 Apr 2018
80
63rd
Is it the best Marvel movie? No. Is it the funniest Marvel movie? No. It is however the most ambitious movie of the MCU BY A LANDSLIDE. The only really bad thing to say about Infinity War is that it does not fully succeed in it's own ambition. Marvel almost seemlessly ties +50 different Marvel characters into the same movie without it feeling forced and THAT is the strength of the movie. It probably could have been a lot more, but at this point of the MCU I'm okay with this... Well done Marvel.
Rated 11 May 2018
55
30th
It's 3 hours of rinse & repeat while thor and thanos jerk together their ultimate plot device, which, not unlike the writing, falls short of any emotional weight or consequence, although it blows a whole lot of dust your way. If there was any justice in this world, a bunch of disney execs would turn to ash right about now, but instead we're all waiting for "avengers: the great cop out".
Rated 09 May 2018
12
1st
MCU has created a world in which nobody dies and nothing happens. In IW still, nothing happens. But people die and the audience is 'shocked'. You all deserve to believe that this movie is funny or creative, in which multiple couples say at one point to each other 'you have to kill me'. You all deserve 2,5 hrs of exposition dialog and lazy one-liners. You all deserve Gwyneth Paltrow. You all deserve to interpret your existence as consumers as joy. You all deserve this world we live in!
Rated 01 May 2018
7
84th
If there's a weakness for me it's how freakin' much of the film's plot revolves around, of all MCU characters, Vision. I don't care about Vision. But on the whole I can respect the crazy juggling act they had to engage in to work the already-established Avengers, the Guardians, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Doctor Strange and Thanos all into one film that actually coherently flows together and calls to mind Return of the King's sequence of escalating, interconnected climactic events and battles.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
100
99th
Avengers: Infinity War has set the bar really high for Superhero movies. The amount of discussions I had with friends and families after coming out of seeing it was insane. Depending on how invested you were into the Marvel characters in previous movies will affect how you feel. Avengers: Infinity War has exceeded what I can hope for. It had action, emotion, comedy, and is pretty close to a perfect package you could expect from one of these movies. Hopefully part 2 will live up to expectations.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
100
97th
21st century, meet your "Empire Strikes Back". My opening night audience was losing their collective minds. Wild cheers, wild applause, wild laughter, gasps, cursing, tears. A perfect film.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
40
23rd
The third act turns on a character acting like an idiot. That story beat renders all that the heroes do before and after it immaterial. That was when my disbelief kicked in and I could no longer ignore the stupidities of the movie, of which there are many: the archvillain's motive makes no sense, his powers have the consistency of plot convenience, why didn't Strange just do what he did to the first baddy to everyone else ...? Half of this is very fun, and the other half of this is far too dumb.
Rated 28 Apr 2018
92
98th
This is the perfect Popcorn Movie. I can't really describe how overwhemeld I was after I left the Cinema but you should watch it. Watch it and love it. The whole thing they builded up over so many years and movies comes to a big conclusion and it hits the spot just right. Thanos is the best villain I've seen in years and he lives up to the expectations. This movie is dramatic and not just your tipycal comicbook-movie but really full-ass grown, with suspense and oh shit i ran out of characters.
Rated 06 May 2018
3
24th
Thanos u idiot read Das Kapital
Rated 29 Apr 2018
95
95th
They've done it, finally an Avengers worthy of following the original,after the bad taste left from Ultron.Judged as a solitary movie,this probably does work and would be incomprehensible for someone whose not seen the other MCU films. This isn't in isolation though, as the first part of the end cap for an entire universe it's amazing what they managed to pull off over 10 years.I only hope the next movie can live up to what they've started here.
Rated 14 May 2018
100
99th
Exceeded my expectations. I was a bit apprehensive seeing as this was the first Avengers film no by Whedon. Infinity War is the most epic Marvel movie in scale, and possibly the darkest. It’s thoroughly entertaining and usually gives a decent amount of screen time to each character, although there are a few exceptions. Still the movie is so much fun it’s hard to truly notice small things like this at times.
Rated 09 Jun 2018
85
98th
I've been waiting for this film to be made since I was 14 years old. Way back in 1992 when I first read the "Infinity Gauntlet" comic series, I could have never imagined that a film version would ever come to fruition, seeing as comic book films were few and far between: Batman (1989), Howard the Duck (1986), TMNT (1990) I can easily say that the wait has been worth it and I want even more. "Superhero Fatigue" is not part of my lexicon.
Rated 06 May 2018
69
31st
C - I find it almost impossible to rate this film without getting into spoilers. The biggest knock against it is that we end in the middle of a story, and it's utterly clear things will be undone. So what is the point of any of it? Well, I'm not sure. However, bits of it are good.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
80
95th
The best yet.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
90
97th
It might very well be the greatest superhero movie ever made.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
100
99th
This movie is for the 12 year old me who never thought this movie, and the scale of the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe, was even fathomable. It does everything and leaves you wanting more (wait next year for that). So, this review is biased for the joy I felt watching it and the joy of the kid in me who also watched it.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
76
78th
More of a season-finale than an actual story of its own, but well made considering what they were attempting to do.
Rated 28 Apr 2018
75
89th
* If you haven't seen most of the movies, just stay away, you won't understand shit. But for a Marvel fan, I just can't even understand how they managed to bring it together this well. Such an outstanding achievement of serialised film. And what a shocking ending, ı Just couldn't believe it. An amazing amazing watch for a Marvel fan, I just hope it doesn't turn into a comic book in the final film with ressurrections.
Rated 29 Apr 2018
79
72nd
Solid stuff, enjoyed it. Spidey and Guardians are highlights for me. Action is wonderful, music is great and only thing that bugs me is bit of too much "childish" reactions at times that there shouldnt be one and some developments in story are bit illogical. But all in all, really solid stuff.
Rated 28 May 2018
86
92nd
Truly colossal in absolutely every respect. It’s a massive mish-mash of hugely entertaining set pieces, which some may criticise structurally, but it totally worked for me. I found the runtime flew by, & as someone invested in many of these characters since childhood to see them realised so succinctly on screen was great. Thanos is a fantastic villain, with the Black Order menacing back-up. It’s got a few issues no doubt, but IW is a breathless non-stop genre and generation defining picture.
Rated 29 Apr 2018
86
83rd
I should become a brain surgeon because I think I'm more clever than Dr. Strange. Straight up, maybe I don't understand the implications of messing with time, but I could've solved that shit. Then I'd call Thanos a soy boy and drop some dank memes on his ass. This is the kind of language you pick up from highschool kids when you coach an activity. Society is dying.
Rated 07 May 2018
12
10th
If you have watched nearly every MCU film thus far, and are already emotionally invested in the characters, then this might be the movie for you. Otherwise, prepare for a very long film where a bunch of characters you don't care about fight over some random sounding mcguffins for reasons that are explained in movies you didn't watch. I have seen a fair number of MCU movies, but apparently not enough of them . . .
Rated 30 Apr 2018
81
57th
Mostly good stuff, with the large cast juggled very well. Much as I would have liked to be cynical it really was enjoyable as hell seeing like, what happens when Rocket Raccoon and Bucky meet. Brolin was great as Thanos, the visuals were nice, it had maybe the best score of any of these movies so far, and Rocket Raccoon and Bucky were a really fun combination. I'd totally watch a Rocket Raccoon and Bucky movie.
Rated 02 May 2018
78
95th
Infinity War is a thoroughly entertaining landmark in modern filmmaking. The film's biggest strength is the interactions between all the characters, we've grown attached to, in a single universe that feels organic. There are issues with pacing and a lack of distinct tone, with one action set piece after another, but any flaws are easy to overlook thanks to the Russo's technical prowess. Thanos doesn't disappoint, as the only character with an arc. Ambitious, satisfying and bring on the next one.
Rated 30 Apr 2018
95
85th
{possible spoilers} Marvel has really outdone themselves with Thanos, I love how he is being portrayed, the decisions being made in this movie I couldn't be more happy with. all of the characters are evolving in some way and I feel like they and the marvel universe will be entirely changed by the time part 2 comes around and this finishes up. Thanos is a beast. The movie is filled with great humor. I'm happy the hype didn't overblow what the movie was able to offer
Rated 23 Jun 2019
75
77th
It's impressive how many characters they were able to cram into this without making it feel overbloated. There were some story lines that felt rushed or underdeveloped, but it wasn't enough to drag down the bigger picture. If you've watched more than a couple of the other MCU movies, you'll definitely enjoy seeing how things are all starting to come together.
Rated 11 Sep 2018
82
87th
Infinity War is amazing for two reasons. First, it includes almost every pre-established Marvel hero and introduces and establishes one of the best Marvel villains without being a complete mess. Second, it is actually a good movie. Maybe even a great one. It sports a tight story and a fasted-paced plot with lots of action and a surprising amount of emotional resonance. The Russo's really went for something different and completely nailed it.
Rated 04 May 2018
89
67th
Does a decent job bringing all the characters together finally, with the main character being the best Marvel antagonist so far.
Rated 15 May 2018
95
84th
Not as convoluted as I thought it would be with so many characters. Great action and plenty of funny lines. My only criticism is the main villain is a CGI character. I liked that it ended with a major cliffhanger. That's old school!
Rated 09 Jun 2018
100
51st
very good comic book movie
Rated 07 May 2018
16
89th
W4E2P2S1V2M1A1R3. Probably my favorite MCU film thus far, in spite of and not because of the massive scale and number of characters. The script was remarkably deft both in segmenting the heroes and dividing Thanos's attention in a believable way to avoid having to answer the probably unanswerable question of how to balance Thanos's powers against everyone else's. Still too much ScarJo as in every MCU film, though.
Rated 02 May 2018
91
93rd
The ambitious Infinity War weaves star-studded stories together into a highly entertaining film with a devastating end
Rated 10 May 2018
3
92nd
So I loathed Avengers AoU, but Infinity strikes quite a different cord with me. They improved thrice times over its predecessor and then some. Infinity is more rounded and balanced, with an actual great villain, something quite rare. Well directed, acting is solid, effects are good and more than enough humor to boot. Watched it in '4DX', which is, uh, something else to say the least.
Rated 05 May 2018
91
82nd
Marvel's insane experiment comes to fruition. Even if every entry from here on out falls short, this 19-film campaign of unprecedented filmmaking is enough to satiate me for, well, infinity. I don't think I'm overstating; this film is a cultural touchstone. It will inspire action artists for decades. It will be the goal of family marathon events. While this cast is sensational, especially newcomer Brolin, the script is the true star of the show. Somehow this works. Somehow this is excellent.
Rated 05 May 2018
60
20th
Amazingly stupid, frequently boring, but there's some decent sequences scattered throughout.
Rated 06 May 2018
44
12th
People Almost Being Killed And Then Not: The Movie. Also, not enough Letitia Wright.
Rated 02 May 2018
58
38th
I was definitely entertained but there are so many dumb moments and plot holes. If the doctor strange guys can teleport people to the arctic then why not just do that ever time, or send thanos back to the other side of the galaxy or into a volcano or something? Thanos being able to fully manipulate reality seems like it would have made his goals much easier to achieve and when you can control time and reality, do you really need the 'soul' stone?
Rated 08 May 2018
68
68th
Marvel gets a lot of their normal problems right with this one: A fine villain, a different narrative structure and not least an ending that is far from their usual generic destruction of a big city. Too bad the middle part is messy and not that interesting.
Rated 11 May 2018
70
46th
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR packs the charming insouciance of multiple Marvel films into one half of a very long, superficially entertaining movie. Like a prop version of Mjolnir, it's something that looks and feels weighty, but contains only a shred of actual gravitas. And that's just fine! If you like your movies to be like your comics--shamelessly teasing and full of rad action beats--this will satisfy. For the rest of us, it remains a reliable baseline by which to judge other blockbusters.
Rated 15 May 2018
92
92nd
The point is: Marvel has prepared us for years to be ready for a movie like this. There are tons of characters here, it's a total blast. You don't need a background story for each one cause they already had their own movie in the past years. And the result is absolutely EPIC. Great job.
Rated 07 May 2018
6
43rd
Not being an Avengers fan this film actually did well to tell all the stories and involve all the characters in a coherent way. Enjoyable and predictable.
Rated 07 May 2018
90
96th
Many things surprisingly worked for this movie. The right amount of heart, action, humor, and a great blend of the characters we've come to know over the past decade. Great score and great cinematography. It all just depends on how it... ties together..
Rated 01 May 2018
95
97th
In my Fellowship-like journey of ranking Infinity War, I had to come to a decision: is this movie one of my favorite movies of all-time? As in, is it worth a rating of 100? Ultimately, it isn't a 100 - but it's closer to a 100 than my 85 PSI. Put aside the "culmination of the last ten years" argument (even though it's a good one) - Thanos is every bit the badass that I needed him to be. The best villain in MCU history leads to its best ending in history. Rich, vibrant storytelling. A must-watch.
Rated 15 Aug 2018
72
86th
It's a good popcorn movie, something Marvel does exceptionally well. The Russo's are talented directors who got their chops in comedy, so its a natural blend for them. It's not gonna win any writing awards, but it didn't feel overlong and I had a good time.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
100
90th
I gotta say, once again despite myself and my 3 year old Marvel fatigue, I really like the Avengers films. They consistently deliver solid entertainment, though not without their flaws. The major battle scenes are a bit much, but it was honestly pretty fearless in going places I thought it was too PG-13 to go - and Thanos is fantastic, a formidable and believable villain. The ending to this film could have been truly memorable if it had been cut about 5 minutes short.
Rated 01 May 2018
98
99th
Perfect blockbuster. Rewatched: 23-Apr-19
Rated 02 May 2018
7
39th
End of Evangelion for people who say "epic" in regular conversation send tweet
Rated 02 May 2018
81
78th
Complete, unapologetical spectacle. Despite my reservations about the mass of characters in Ultron and Civil war, they mostly pull it off here under even worse conditions. The true highlight are the various character interactions and the go-for-broke comic-book style. After being a boring spectre for so long, Thanos turns out surprisingly solid. Ends in an interesting place, but not one that I could fully buy into.
Rated 12 May 2018
80
88th
HELL YEAH! Packed with action and a very long movie. Was not bored 1 second! Really looking forward to the next Avengers now! They took it to a whole new level, with an actual cool story! The ending really reminded me of the Leftovers series haha
Rated 13 May 2018
85
95th
So it comes to this; as a fan of the MCU, this is everything you could have hoped for and the payoff is insane! It overcomes the hurdle of being the "set-up" film with humour, action and a lot of epic and emotional moments, that will leave you on the floor. Thanos as a villain also works because you can relate (to a point) to his motivations.
Rated 27 May 2018
100
96th
Visually impressive and characteristically poignant, "Avengers:Infinity War" is the best marvel superhero movie since the first avengers. Thanos, kudos to Josh Broin, was the main star and villain who we can relate to certain extent, surprisingly. Hence, the Thanos do no wrong movement. On the other hand, our beloved avengers shine like modern icons in the making. It is an epic and awesome superhero CGI fest that is full of heart, which makes these guys worth the wait.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
70
69th
The action is great, the humour excellent, the effects grandiose, the plot captivating and the cast amazing. Seeing all those characters interact with each other is very interesting and the effort and time that Marvel has put into crafting the MCU has really paid off. "Infinity War" doesn't feel like 150 minutes crammed with characters and plot threads and that's definitely laudable. I gotta say though not only was the end a shocker but I feel we need to see more before we can truly evaluate it.
Rated 21 May 2018
75
38th
Was I scared for this movie? Yes. Was it an okay movie? Yes. Do I have whiplash from it? Yes. Am I going to need to watch it twenty more times before I'm one hundred percent sure of how I feel about it? Definitely.
Rated 27 Apr 2018
68
58th
Great production, seriously fine visual and digital art. Sounds and ost are cool. Role sharing between characters almost superb. Story kinda bleeding but survives. But, its the most unlogical movie of mcu.. Full with plotholes, full with deus ex moments. Not consistenti not beliveable. Power levels are confusing and very unbalanced and always shifting w/o no serrous reason. Thanos is good but its just too much random and ragularity about him. Its above standart mcu but not live up to its hype!
Rated 22 May 2018
90
66th
Very close to a perfect action film. It steers toward perfect, but unfortunately sidetracks when it needs to fulfill contractual obligations. Still, it manages to be non-stop, emotionally effective (with incredible character work), and forward-moving. I can only liken it to RETURN OF THE KING with more out-of-place lulls and fewer endings.
Rated 03 May 2018
74
81st
I remember when we all thought Whedon was a master because he was able to juggle 5 characters in The Avengers 2012 and make it work... and the Russo Bros have done better with 19. Ambitious and blockbustery in all the best ways.
Rated 28 Apr 2018
84
88th
So many super heroes in this film. There are plenty of laughs and exciting scenes in the script. Josh Brolin is very good here as the main villain. There are some surprises in the story as well. Overall I would highly recommend this film.
Rated 13 May 2018
60
18th
Choosing to consume these films should be classified as a new psychological disorder, go and get yourself checked out (yes, I include myself).
Rated 29 Apr 2018
85
86th
Incredibly exciting, and manages to juggle an enormous cast with only a few narrative hiccups. But you won't understand a damn thing if you haven't seen at least 80% of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series.
Rated 14 May 2018
80
86th
Its ambition is more than admirable, Brolin is excellent as the villain Thanos, and it is definitely a spectacle worth seeing. The film struggled occasionally juggling so many characters/subplots and with giving emotional weight to some individual moments but overall it was a great watch.
Rated 29 Apr 2018
8
88th
"What's the plan?" "Okay, have you ever see a really old film called Aliens?" in all retrospect, Infinity War is what everyone expected it to be. It's a lot of fun and a lot of things are happening... however not being a big Marvel guy I felt a lot of it felt unfocused, and contained too many subplots that left me wondering why they were introduced. Maybe Part two answers that for me, but being skeptical going in, I just didn't love it as much as everyone else did.
Rated 29 Apr 2018
25
75th
Basically a LOTR remake, which was great. There should be more LOTR remakes.
Rated 17 May 2018
5
42nd
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM. IM IN SPACE NOW IM HERE TO FIGHT. It's all a bit bleh. Like I guess it's impressive to get everyone together after all these years (was Paul Rudd busy or something?) yet it is still the same predictable popcorn movie. Best of the 3 Avenger films which isn't is exactly the most competitive event you could enter.
Rated 02 Aug 2018
40
24th
There's no story here, it's not about anything.
Rated 23 May 2018
84
84th
Infinity War IS an exhausting film, but it should be. It's conclusion might lose power because of the inevitably of a happy ending to come, not to mention public knowledge of what movies are next in the roster and what actors still have contacts, but that doesn't turn the story sour at all. Infinity War is a great event movie, fun and fast and intense and demanding and massive and it's the comic book movie to end all comic book movies and you leave the theater breathless
Rated 06 May 2018
90
88th
The way Marvel interconnects so many different character's stories and structures this movie is truly masterful.So many great moments,so many great sequences,so many great character interactions and a villain truly worthy of this movie's scale.With great humor but also some pretty dark and haunting scenes for Marvel,in the words of Brad Pitt:This just might be their masterpiece.
Rated 06 May 2018
45
36th
everyone sounds exactly the same and they're all mostly fairly cavalier about the potential end of all existence. Thanos is Poochie
Rated 06 Aug 2019
63
46th
Both too much plot and not enough; they obviously need to end it where they do, and so they have to fill 3 hours to get there. Which they do admirably, even if the attempts to turn Thanos into anything more than a straight-up evil-for-evils-sake villain are laughable.
Rated 24 May 2018
80
70th
Some jokes felt a little flat, and the action scenes depended too much on "shaky camera" for my taste, but besides that, the pacing was almost perfect given how big the task at hand was, and especially the second half (or third part) of the movie was breathtakingly packed. Good job.
Rated 16 May 2018
71
66th
Having it packed with more heroes than you can shake a stick at worked surprisingly well and I liked how things that they seeded a decade ago is now coming to bloom. But there's no denying that this is the first half of a movie and it's hard to get touched by all the devastation when you don't know how much of it is permanent and how much will get sorted out in the second half which we get to that in a year's time.

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