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Avengers: Infinity War
Infinity War is known as one of the most ambitious cross-over in film history. It includes more than four different sets, including space and Wakanda, and features twenty-five main characters.
Watching this movie, it was clear to see how much time and effort was spent making it. An astonishing 96% of this movie is CGI, including the main villain Thanos and his henchmen. Almost every backdrop is computer-generated as well, as most of the movie is set in space. This movie holds the biggest amount of CGI of any Marvel movie.
I loved how this movie was non-stop action. There wasn’t any boring plots or dull moments. The thrill came with the battles and the action in every scene. Each character was facing something different and had to overcome battles of their own, which was a really well-done aspect of the movie. It portrayed the inner conflict of each character while still moving on with the whole plot.
One of my favorite new team-ups was with Thor and the Guardians of the Galaxy. It was fun to see how someone so regal like Thor would interact with the crude humor of the Guardians. I instantly loved the not-so-hidden feud between Thor and Peter Quill and how the rest of the Guardians admired Thor as soon as they saw him.
Infinity War did not only have a fantastic plot, it also had some great one-liners and jokes. The script writers did an amazing job capturing the essence of each character and how they would react to the new heroes. Some of my favorite interactions and jokes came with Tony Stark, Doctor Strange, and Peter Parker meeting the Guardians of the Galaxy. Lines like “Why is Gamora?” “We’re the Avengers, man” and “Are you from Earth?” “No, I’m from Missouri” had the audience laughing despite the seriousness of the plot.