Full Movie Reviews
Yojimbo - wrote on 04/26/2019
Thanos reaches Earth in his quest to possess the six all-powerful “Infinity Stones” and indiscriminately exterminate half of all life in the universe.
Infinity War is the destination of pretty much all of the previous MCU movies so far; this is the story it’s all been leading up to and attempts to tie up all of the relevant threads from Captain America: The First Avenger through to Thor: Ragnarok. Readers of Marvel comics will be very familiar with the formula as it is very much a cinematic version of one of their “event” crossover stories, with a large number of disparate characters converging and then splitting up into teams, each with missions equally important to the ultimate goal. The near-constant action and one-liners is a bit of an assault on the senses and as a …
ikkegoemikke - wrote on 08/14/2018
For even in death, you have become Children of Thanos.
Me and superheroes. We have a kind of love-hate relationship. One moment I’m really enjoying the character or the story. At that time jealousy bubbles up and I wished I had those specific powers in my daily life. And sometimes I have absolutely no feelings about the superhero or I find the story not so fascinating. I surely can enjoy a Hulk movie because of the devastating power this superhero possesses. From “Spiderman“, I like that youthful enthusiasm that Peter Parker radiates when discovering his new power. And in “The Guardians of the Galaxy“, I appreciated the humor. Finally, “Deadpool” and “Ant-man” were refreshing. But when I watched “Thor: Ragnarok“, I simply fell asleep. “Avengers: Age of …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 05/09/2018
The long-awaited film that brings together pretty much every character (sorry Hawkeye and Ant-Man) from the ten-year long MCU has arrived and, let me say, it lives up expectations. The original Avengers has long been my favorite MCU film thanks to its perfect balance between action, humor and chemistry between characters. I often thought they would have a hard time doing justice to each character because - well, there were SIX of them to worry about. I had the same worry about Infinity War, only think, oh, five times the issue. Despite the massive cast (and some new faces) - Infinity War still manages to find a balance and I consider it one of the top MCU films because of that.
This is a long film, and that's because they had to pack in a lot in every minute. The film starts off where …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 05/06/2018
"Dread It. Run from it. Destiny still arrives."
10 years of Marvel everyone. No words can describe this, like wow. Thinking back to the first Iron Man and now where things have escalated into, it’s insane. While I can be a bit iffy with superheroes movies, but now I realize how this type of genre played a bigger part in my life than before. But now Infinity War, the film those 10 years have hyped and prepared us for has finally arrived, and...holy sh*t.
The Russo Brothers did the impossible by making every aspect that many people, including myself thought could down vote the movie for the worse, but manage surpass my worries and made a grand spectacle of excitement and sadness. Making sure every hero has they moment to shine and not be pushed to the background. I mean, these …
cacb3995 - wrote on 04/28/2018
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has reached the point they’ve been building up to for the past ten years. The culmination of a decade of character introductions, team ups, humor, action and lots of world-building, we can now safely say that Marvel and the Russo brothers deliver on what was promised (for the most part), taking the MCU to places we’d never seen in the franchise before. I’m gonna issue a warning here: I’ll be discussing some major plot details and there are some heavy spoilers that follow.
The third Avengers movie and the 19th MCU movie overall brings all of its heroes together to face the menace of Thanos (Josh Brolin), an intergalactic titan who’s after the Infinity Stones in order to wipe half of the universe’s life as a mean of correction and …