Infinity War: A Review

A review of the marvel film Infinity War.  Watch out, there are spoilers

While this film is quite long in its run-time, clocking in just shy of 3 full hours, it’s entirely worth it. With incredible cinematography meaning there’s never a boring shot, and life-like CGI inserting digital characters seamlessly among real actors and scenes, and an incredible soundtrack that accentuates the emotional impact of scenes. Josh Brolin’s performance as Thanos is what sold me on the film however, as he was able to portray a wide range of emotions during his performance, with some instances you even feel sorry for his character. Of course the roles of the other actors were not bad by any means, in fact they all performed very well together, but it was clear from the beginning that Infinity War was Thanos’ movie, not an Avengers film, from the beginning when he bests The Hulk in combat, to the end of the film where he achieves his goal. Overall this film was amazing, and I’d recommend it highly.

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Richard Kentish

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  • Rachel Kentish

    On 26 May 2020, 13:25 Rachel Kentish commented:

    Makes me want to watch it again! Fab review!

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