The six Infinity Stones control different aspects of the universe & it’s lifeforms. The Avengers were living their regular lives without any idea about, Thanos was coming after the Infinity Stones & his only goal was to wipe out half of the lifeforms from the entire universe as he thinks that’s in that way to can save the balance of the universe which had limited resources to be consumed.
Thanos is desperate to achieve the Infinity Stones which were spread out in different planets, including two on Earth and there was one on Asgard as well. As Thanos & his army comes towards the Infinity Stones, a huge number of superheros including Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), Spider Man (Tom Holland) & others jump into a fierce fight in order to save the universe and the end result turns out to be completely unexpected.
“Avengers: Infinity War” is the most hyped Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movie of all time and it definitely lives up to the expectations. Without any doubts, this story is the most exiting MCU story ever but, at the same time it’s quite unexpected as well. There are a huge number of Marvel Superheros who have been featured in this movie & the biggest challenge was if they’ll all get their screen time or not. However, the Directors have done an excellent job of giving every hero their time & important roles which makes their presence valuable in the movie. This is not equal for every hero in the movie but, it serves the purpose. However on the cruel part, there is a significant amount of on-screen violence if that matters to you.
The Graphics team plays a huge roll here. No matter how good the story & characters were, the breathtaking VFX just made everything so much better. After making MCU movies from several years now, the visual effects team has became simply amazing & this time they have taken their efforts to another level.
The movie does pack in the best MCU action package till date but, that’s not everything here. This time it goes through simple yet questionable theories which leaves the audience with a doubt about the definition of Mercy but, in a good way. The movie also speaks about duty, love, relationships, friendship bonds & deep understandings. Characters like Thor & Iron Man, Dr. Strange & Star Lord have proved themselves to be the pillars of this movie. The Spiderman character had a huge purpose here & he seemed to be slightly more mentally grown up compared to last time when we saw him in “Captain America: Civil War”. I missed Hulk a bit but, Mark Ruffalo has compensated for that in other ways.
The negative character Thanos was undoubtedly the exceptional villain of MCU as his views were enough to convince the audience that he is not doing anything wrong. Josh Brolin amazed everyone & his acting and made his mark as the best super-villain in the whole Marvel arena.
It’s not all action & different views though. The movie also shows grown up relationships & bonds between lovers, friends & family. In the end, comes huge unexpected losses which no one might have ever expected. Some losses & defeats will definitely ask for an answer but, we need to remember that, this is just a part one. So, it is literally half of the story and the other half will answer all the unanswered questions within a couple of years when the next Avengers movie comes out.
So, we think that Marvel has created one of the most exiting but, quite unexpected MCU movie of all time and the “Avengers: Infinity War” deserves my heartiest appreciation and we do recommend this movie without any hesitation.