Avengers: Infinity War

{4.5/5} “Oh, we’re using our made-up names. Um… I’m Spider-Man, then.”

Avengers: Infinity War, released in 2018

When Thanos gets all 6 Infinity Stones he’ll be able to wield unimaginable power — he’ll be able to finally achieve his goal of ridding the universe of half its beings. So that the beings who are left will have more resources. The Avengers must work together if they’re to have any chance of defeating him — Dr. Strange has one of the Stones, and another may only be taken if you sacrifice one you love.

The filmmakers did an astonishing job of bringing together a startling number of characters from the Marvel universe.

They also did a very good job at creating an antagonist worthy of the Avengers. Thanos has a comprehensible point of view.

The movie ends with an unbearable cliffhanger — the sequel will be out next year.

Stars Josh Brolin, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, and Chris Evans. Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo (Captain America: Civil War). The exciting music by Alan Silvestri of course includes his theme from The Avengers.

The previous movie in the Marvel universe is Thor: Ragnarok.

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