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chaybee1's avatar


The formulaic tradition of an unnecessary, nearly 3 hour film continues. Not as boring as some of them, but still, mediocrity at it's finest.
3 years 4 months ago
avatud2013's avatar


LOL! All those IMDB lists really have lost all their significance. This film is in 9 lists and ranks #56 in the best movies of all time? I mean it was acceptable as mindless entertainment, a couple of jokes were funny, but among the very best films humankind has created? Those IMDB lists really have fallen.
2 years 11 months ago
peterskb45's avatar


The fact that Infinity War brought 10 years worth of characters together in a coherent movie is an achievement itself.
3 years 7 months ago
chunkylefunga's avatar


Definitely overhyped and for once I agree with the critics.

It's a 6/10 film. Sure it's nice to see everyone together and the special effects are state of the art. But it's literally half a story. This could have been one epic 3.5 hour movie but instead, financial greed got in the way and it's become two bloated movies. Shame really because this could easily have been a 10/10 movie.

Nowhere near as good as Avengers but miles better than Ultron.
3 years 4 months ago
Falkhorn's avatar


Give me that infinity stone or I will kill your partner, the movie.
2 years 11 months ago
Neens's avatar


So much potential. Such an unutterably boring result. I'd like 2h 23mins of my life back, please.
3 years 2 months ago
george4mon's avatar


Finally an Avengers film with consequences. way better than the previous installments.
2 years 7 months ago
corchap's avatar


A continuation of how Marvel can get butts in those theatre seats. Very impressive.
3 years 7 months ago
DisneyStitch's avatar


After watching Ragnarok I felt as if I had reached my breaking point with so many different characters, love interests, and exotic locales of the Marvel cinemaverse. This film was pretty much exactly what I needed to somewhat get back into the game. It isn't super complex, and much like the first Avengers movie it tries to stick to a relatively linear plot without too many twists and turns. It's just plain fun.

Going into the film I was curious how they would portray the not-yet-complete Infinity Gauntlet as still being more immensely powerful than anything we've seen yet (especially with all the mystical weapons, tools, and abilities we've seen thus far.) I was pleasantly surprised. They definitely made Thanos a titan to be reckoned with.

That brings me to the best piece of the film and it is none other than the mad titan himself. Looking back we could almost picture him one day making his way onto the scene all the way back when Fury told Stark about the "Avenger initiative," and now he's finally here. The amount of personality and development they managed to give Thanos in this movie is beyond impressive considering the near-ludicrous amount of characters. He's big, and got a great bad guy plan, but yet also a deep character with very real emotions and idiosyncrasies. He easily outshines the rest of the crew.

In summary, not as good as the first Avengers but I'd wager it's much better than the bloated Age of Ultron.
2 years 7 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


Avengers Infinity War is, by necessity perhaps, very plotty. There's a lot of incident to get through, and a lot of characters to service, so while I could personally care less about the Children of Thanos as secondary antagonists for example, I'm not sure how you do the latter without them. And it's a plot that, while it has big stakes, is mostly something that can be (and must be) undone. So it lacked the emotional punch a lot of other MCU movies had, but it may play differently once Part 2 is released and we can look at this Avengers finale as one big story. One of the joys of the film is in seeing certain characters interact for the first time. Iron Man and Dr. Strange (this movie is a better ad for a Dr. Strange 2 than the first Dr. Strange was), Star-Lord and Thor (the Guardians with anyone from the main MCU really), the female heroes getting together, and so on. The unsung heroes are no doubt the editing team, because they know when to slow down for comedic beats, and manage to keep the momentum going in multiple third arc battle arenas without leaving you exhausted and bored. Infinity War is really Thanos' movie, he's the "hero", and that's really the only way to look at this as a complete movie. From the Avengers' perspective, it's a series of cool moments and super-powered battles. And because we're so invested in the characters from previous films, there's actually nothing wrong with that. A fun, if necessarily interrupted, ride.
3 years 6 months ago
Cinemoos's avatar


My problem with the Avenger films is that it lacks a good story line. The plot is way too thin. The cause lies in the fact that there are too many superheroes in one movie. Normally the story would develop among a few characters, too come to an epic ending. But here, every character gets its’ fair share of attention. Because of this, the film is unnecessarily long and becomes never really exciting. Some scenes really feel like a computer game. It’s a shame, because there are some really great Marvel films, but not this one.
3 months 1 week ago
HeikoScharnberg's avatar


I agree. To many great movies have fallen for the Avengers and X-Men franchise.
11 months ago
Earring72's avatar


Entertaining mindless action following action in this overstuffed movie with a lot of characters wasted or acting different than in previous movies. It was ok
2 years 1 month ago
Christian Corleone's avatar

Christian Corleone

The Avengers > Infinity War > Age of Ultron
3 years 7 months ago
tomsalad's avatar


Loved every second of it!
3 years 7 months ago

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