One thing for sure, I'm too late for this, but okay.
The third #Avengers
film, the one we all waited for 6 years since our boi #Thanos
made a surprise cameo at the end of 2012's #TheAvengers
. Is it worth the hype? Yes. Yes it does.
The story, I'd say, something new that #Marvel
has ever done. I walked out from this movie, 4 times, at those 4 times, I'm still amazed at how well they pulled it off. This being a film for Thanos is really surprising. Not to mention they manage to pulled off with this so many characters. The story, like I said, is refreshing. We seeing our heroes fall one by one. We can see the horror they're facing, they're scared, all of that are new in #mcu
. Thankfully they didn't follow, accurately to the #InfinityGauntlet
arc. The fact that they made their own, better version of it, I'm already thankful for it.
Most of the characters are really great. Well of course I'm hype for my boi, #SpiderMan
, he was amazing! The characters interactions were also top notch. And I kinda think all of the character's screen time were all spot on. They gave a proper screen time to all of them. But I'd say this: I hate #Starlord
. NO, not because of what he did, but his character in general. Yes, ever since 2014's #GOTG
. I just, don't like him. Too bad they didn't take his personality in the comics but okay. I'm just not a fan of him. Fav character in this movie? Spider-Man (of course), and Thor (finally). Finally, Thor got his spotlight. Badly enough he was insanely nerfed since 2011. Thankfully he is worthy to the name, "God of Thunder"
Overall, is it worth the wait? Yes. Is it a masterpiece? To me, yes. It's refreshingly new. Also, this movie gave a lot of characters arc and the heavy impact it gave to the heroes. I appreciate that. Something #AgeOfUltron
ignored. But too bad for the people that didn't caught up before and jump straight into this movie. They'd be hella confused.
A solid 9/10 from me.
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