Avengers: Infinity War is a True Culmination

Julia Berry (12th), Reporter

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Marvel studios always succeeds expectations with their comic adaptations and “superhero” movies. All of these films have proved to be very successful in the box office, especially recent ones such as; Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor: Ragnarok, Captain America: CIvil War, and Black Panther. Avengers: Infinity War (the third movie in a series of four planned Avenger movies) followed the trend of successful Marvel movies and on top of that, this movie contains one of the most shocking, controversial, and talked about endings in Marvel movie history.

This action pact, and surprisingly agile installment directed by, Joe and Anthony Russo brings together the perfect A-list cast and places them into fun, new configurations. Unlike the recent movie, the “big” scenes do not go down in the same place, at the same time, or with all the Avengers fighting together.

Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) is paired up with Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Spider-Man (Tom Holland) on Thanos’ home planet. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) buddies up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to retrieve a weapon equivalent to his old hammer to defeat Thanos. Last, but not least, Captain America (Chris Evans), and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) pick up Vision (Paul Bettany) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), and seek refuge with Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) in Wakanda.

Although they are in different places, all of these heroes are united to stop the big, bad Thanos’ (Josh Brolin), who is back after 6-years, from completing his mission. This mission is to retrieve all 6 Infinity Stones to become all powerful and wipe out half of the universe. Now, this brings up the question, is any villan a real threat against more than a dozen super heros? The answer is, yes. With an army of delusional followers and a few infinity stones on your side, anything is possible.

Finally, there’s the “I don’t know what just happened” ending. After two and a half hours of action, laughs, gasps, and tears, Infinity War ends on an uninterrupted, devastating note. Although movie cliffhangers are not everyone’s cup of tea, this sad and unexpected ending will have you nailed to your seat. With that being said, Marvel better have a lot in store for the sequel, and if Avengers: Infinity War proves anything, it’s that Marvel Studios know what they’re doing.

With the mixture of dramatic stakes, humor, and extremely loveable characters, Avengers: Infinity War is by far worth watching and one for the books!

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