Marvel Superheroes meet their match in Avengers: Infinity War when they take on the evil Titan warlord Thanos who is in search of the 6 Infinity Stones that will give him God-like powers.
Since the story takes place after the events of the Civil War, the Avengers are divided into two camps but when it comes to saving the planet, Earth’s mightiest heroes have just one goal and that’s winning, at all costs.
As expected the film is loaded with A-rated special effects and amazing action sequences but it is the storyline that keeps you engrossed throughout the 150-minute run.
When the evil Thanos (Josh Brolin) begins his quest for the 6 Infinity Stones, he finds himself in the path of The Avengers; however unlike other adversaries, he has the might to fight the Earth’s mightiest heroes and takes advantage of the division caused by earlier altercation between Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.).
The fate of Earth, the Earthlings, and the Universe hangs in balance as the World’s Best Superheroes battle the Universe’s Most Evil villain for the sake of survival. Who wins and who loses … that is the answer only for those who visit the cinemas for the movie.
Avengers: Infinity War is much bigger than any of the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – there are more heroes here than there were in the Civil War fighting for the same thing.
Every superhero has an intro, a few scenes to establish their character and a few funny lines here and there, making it much better than last year’s Justice League where they couldn’t handle half a dozen superheroes properly.
This is as much a film for the fans of Spiderman as it is for Iron Man, Captain America, Black Panther, Thor, the Guardians of The Galaxy or even Dr. Strange, making a must-watch for all.
You also get to experience the emotional side of Thanos which is something that hasn’t happened in other superhero flicks where the antagonist is shown to be one-dimensional.
Fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe have already seen the film, such as the enthusiasm with which they were awaiting its release.
Although the Avengers don’t stand a chance opposite Thanos, when they are united, they are a force to reckon with.
The fight sequences and the one-liners aren’t the highlights of the movie here as the writers chose to work on the story and make it believable.
The crowd was whistling on the entrance of their favorite hero and that alone means that the film will do well in the cinemas because the story, the action scenes, and the one-liners can never take precedence over loyalty – Marvel has all the loyalty in the world this weekend and the next one as well.