“INFINITY WAR” MOVIE REVIEW

You know, in order to watch the newly released movie Avengers:Infinity War, you must watch all of the Marvel Avengers movies. But it’s ok if you haven’t because it’s kind of hard not to with all the exciting rage that is going around about the action packed movie.

Helen O’Hara from Empire said, “Marvel has solved their third-act problem and villain problem and then some. However prepared you feel, you are not ready for Thanos. But then, neither are our heroes.” Michael Ordona from Common Sense Media said, “This is the most intense, complex, and stirring Marvel Cinematic Universe film yet — though the sheer number of characters and storylines might make it a little challenging for non-hardcore fans.”

It’ll be a good idea before watching the film to refresh your memory of the Marvel superheroes and villains’ shenanigans. Since there’s a huge cast of Marvel superheroes and villains in this movie, old beef between the two reappears causing the movie to cut in out on different scenes; which, I do have to say, becomes very confusing. But the movie brings all of these heroes together to stop Thanos, the main star of the show, from collecting all six Infinity Stones. Don’t worry, I won’t spill the tea by going into further details about it but I do have to say stay tuned after the credits are over.

After almost two weeks of being on the big screen, Disney says that this movie is “the fastest movie to cross the $1 billion mark for the global box office for the weekend”.

Avengers: Infinity War is #1 on the Top Box Office list alongside with Overboard at #2 and A Quiet Place at #3, according to Rotten Tomatoes.

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