“Avengers: The War of Infinity” – an incredibly large-scale blockbuster, capable, if not to sink, then properly spoil the status of the studio Marvel. Kevin Feigi and the brothers Joe and Anthony Russo took up an extremely ambitious and risky project. To collect in one film a huge mass of superheroes, to represent one of the main villains of the franchise and to keep the spectator interest for almost three hours – the task is truly titanic.
But judging by the first tip after the American premiere, Rousseau coped well with the mission entrusted to them. They made a smart, interesting and exciting movie. Of course, there are those who were not particularly impressed with the picture, but they are still in the minority.
That’s what the first spectators write.
Editor-in-chief of Playlist Rodrigo Perez notes that this time Marvel plays in large. The picture is much grimmer than usual, but it’s funny and entertaining. Thanos, according to the author, turned out to be terrifying and ruthless.
“Are there any problems? Continues Perez. – Undoubtedly. It’s a noisy blockbuster, but I enjoyed it – from start to finish. Especially I liked the dynamics within individual groups. We need a spin-off with Tor and Rocket. “
Does it have issues? Sure, it’s a punch fest, yeah, but I thoroughly enjoyed it, especially the dynamics of all these disparate teamups. Let’s see a Thor and Rocket Racoon buddy comedy spin-off. pic.twitter.com/jfjNxTWZYj
– Rodrigo Perez &# 127916;&# 128250;&# 127909; (@ YrOnlyHope) April 24, 2018
“I watched the” Infinity War “tonight and I can say that everything is fine there,” writes Molly Freeman, editor of the ScreenRant site. – A lot of cool moments between the characters, interesting action scenes (Tor’s power, Iron Man’s suit) and a few really emotional episodes. Most of the humor is good, and Captain America is just a bomb. “
I saw #AvengersInfinityWar earlier tonight and I can say that it delivers. There‘S a lot of really fun character interactions, some cool action moments (Thor’s powers, Iron Man’s suit), and a few powerful emotional beats. Most of the humor is &# 128076;&# 127995; Also Captain America is &# 128165; pic.twitter.com/WoZNPDpGXk
– Molly Freeman (@mollyrockit) April 24, 2018
According to Tasha Robinson, “War of Infinity” – “The First Avenger: Confrontation” multiplied by twenty, only without fights between superheroes. “It seems to me that people who liked the scene at the airport in the” Confrontation “will be delighted with the new film, but others will be 20 times more boring.”
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR is basically CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR times 20, except with less hero-on-hero fighting. I think people who at the same time, the CIVIL WAR as I did not go nuts for this film, and people who were bored. #InfinityWar
– Tasha Robinson (@TashaRobinson) April 24, 2018
“While watching the War of Infinity, I laughed, cried or cried throughout the film,” writes Joshua Yale, senior editor of IGN. “Not for a minute.” While the titles were going on, I, shocked, sat in the armchair, sobbing and speechless. “
#AvengersInfinityWar pretty much had me laughing, screaming, or crying the whole way through. It never lets up. I sat in my chair stunned as the credits rolled, speechless and sobbing.
– Joshua Yehl (@JoshuaYehl) April 24, 2018
“I. Shocked, “- slightly reacted to the” War of Infinity “Kelly Carter.
Christian Harloff of Collider believes that Thanos has just replaced Eric Killmonger of the “Black Panther” as the best villain in the crammed Marvel.
Wow! Marvel dropped all the rules, fists out and what a tornado !! #AvengersInfinityWar was a blast and Thanos just dethroned Killmonger as the champion of villains.
– Kristian Harloff (@KristianHarloff) April 24, 2018
“The War of Infinity” is now my second favorite Marvel film after the Black Panther, “writes Nigel M. Smith, editor of the People website. – The relationship between superheroes is always pleasing and surprising. The action is monumental. And this time it all matters. Kevin Feigi does not knit brooms. “
#AvengersInfinityWar is my second fave @Marvel movie after #BlackPanther. The superhero interplay is hilarious and surprising at every turn. The action is monumental. And there are actual stakes of this time around. Kevin Feige is not f-cking around with this one.
– Nigel M. Smith (@nigelmfs) April 24, 2018
“The War of Infinity” is the closest thing to Paul Thomas Anderson’s movie from everything that’s in the Marvel cable car, “says Robey Obayas.
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR is very weighty and juggles most of its characters with consideration. It’s the closest thing to a Paul Thomas Anderson movie you’ll find in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I Am Shook! #Marvel #AvengersInfinityWar pic.twitter.com/YgntkXFIkv
– Rudie Obias (@RudieObias) April 24, 2018
“For 10 years we watched these characters, and yes, the” War of Infinity “is unsettling, – says Perry Nemiroff from Collider. – Humor, stakes and a staggering amount of emotion. The Rousseau brothers perfectly distributed the screen time between the characters, but for me the guards remain the main ones. “
After 10 years of investment in this series & these characters, boy does #AvengersInfinityWar knock you on your ass. Humor, sky high stakes & a truly overwhelming amount of emotion in it. Russos did a great job spreading the screen time for the ensemble but my MVPs – The Guardians.
– Perri Nemiroff (@PNemiroff) April 24, 2018
According to Stephen Weintraub, his jaw was on the floor during the viewing, and the Rousseau brothers did the impossible.
Jaw on ground. You are not ready for ‘Avengers: Infinity War’. All you have to know is AVOID ALL SPOILERS! Seriously. Go in knowing as little as possible. The @Russo_Brothers did the impossible. Wow. pic.twitter.com/noKZ5cQWdc
– Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) April 24, 2018
Mike Ryan from the site Uproxx honestly admits that the film does have a dozen amazing moments, but the author did not leave the feeling that he was watching only half of the film.
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR has like ten legit “chill down the spine” great moments. But it’s for sure the first half of a two part movie and I left a little unsatisfied / frustrated, maybe by design.
– Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) April 24, 2018
Matt Singer from the ScreenCrush site writes: “The War of Infinity” is a film version of a large-scale comic-crossover, only better (the relationship between the characters) and worse (everything revolves around the Infinite Gems). “
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR: A movie version of a massive comic-book crossover, for better (fun character interactions) and worse (it’s pretty much all Infinity Stone shenanigans). YMMV. #avengersinfinitywar
– Matt Singer (@ mattsinger) April 24, 2018
Angie J. Khan was not particularly impressed with the film, and she believes that “War of Infinity” is a step back after “The Guardians of Galaxy 2”, “Return Home”, “Tora 3” and “Black Panther”.
#AvengersInfinityWar: some truly thrilling moments, feels like less than the sum of its parts. A definite step down after that epic run of GotGV2 / Spidey / Thor 3 / Black Panther, but what else did I expect?
– Angie J. Han (@ajhan) April 24, 2018