Avengers: Infinity War is a great film for its fantastic character interactions, riveting action scenes, or nail-biting scenarios, but it’s the movie’s ending that feels like a sucker punch to the senses.
Watching this film again last night, I couldn’t help admiring the beauty of a superhero movie that actually decided to turn things in favor of the antagonist.
The scene where Wanda Maximoff has to kill Vision as her fellow Avengers do all they can to stop Thanos is emotionally taxing as the somber music rises in a neverending crescendo that oozes epicness. We get to see Wanda’s immense power highlighted in jaw-dropping fashion as she seeks to destroy the Mind Stone with one hand and hold off Thanos (with five Infinity Stones!) with the other hand. Continue reading The Ending of ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Is Perfection
When Christopher Nolan makes a movie it’s a good idea to watch it. He doesn’t make movies often and when he does it usually ends up being an experience unlike any other. TENET does not look like it will be an exception and Nolan’s desperation for moviegoers to see it shows that it’s going to be a fantastic film but COVID-19, under this reckless administration, isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. In fact, things are getting worse out there and that means governors aren’t allowing movie theaters to open, resulting in the anticipated delay that would see TENET removed from the summer blockbuster scenario.
It’s sad to think that we won’t get to see TENET until who knows when but I’m glad it’s being delayed because if it had come out in August there’s a good chance my family and I wouldn’t have gone to see it due to the dangers of staying indoors for too long with this virus hovering over everyone and everything.
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