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New Avengers: Success Or Fail?


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By ALINA BURMISTROVA

The Mirror reporter

“Avengers: Infinity War” has begun its march on the planet.

On April 27 the premiere of new Marvel movie took place in cinemas in Stevens Point. Many teen fans really waited for that. This movie will be discussed by many for its unusual plot and unexpected turns.

On Sunday, April 29 I was able to visit the cinema and to get acquainted with a new work of Anthony Russo. No Marvel movie made such impression on me like this.

Is it true that this movie has become one of the most epic throughout the American film industry? On the screen, you will see a lot of familiar heroes. Many chilling events go on. We will absolutely be able to notice the seriousness of what will be happening.

But each movie has its own advantages and disadvantages. The best advantage is unusual. In my opinion, it is a risky move for Marvel. Before the projects of this corporation were similar to each other, now everything is different.

You will not watch two-hour conversations, because of which you could just die of boredom or just single epic battle at the end of the film. An unusual action will start since the first seconds. Marvel created an evil being of a new level which threatens the humankind and it’s impossible for one superhero only to fight with him. The main characters will participate in the largest battles.

There are some disadvantages as well. Some heroes have forgotten about their abilities. Dr. Strange would be a good example of it. Perhaps the inability of the Avengers to act, by using full force, was justified. Heroes were ready to sacrifice themselves during every battle. It was unexpected for many viewers especially at the end of the movie, about which I won’t tell.

I can say that unexpected combinations of superheroes were a good idea (but many of them had less screen time like my favorite Tony Stark, although he is Marvel movie star). And Spider-Man was shown as a total fool at all (I was surprised, to be honest). But besides that, you will even hear a couple of funny dialogues. Also, they often did not have time to finish their conversations with each other because they faced something dangerous. Even the funniest people in the movie did suffer not physically, but morally (even the new evil named Thanos did it).

Despite some disadvantages, I would give a 9/10 for this movie (thanks to stunning actors’ play and that almost everything looked so realistic). I think this is more successful than fail because we can see a completely

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12 Responses to “New Avengers: Success Or Fail?”

  1. Alyssa Schroeckenthaler on May 11th, 2018 12:21 PM

    You made many good points. I agree some characters did get not as much screen time as I wanted. I also think that Spiderman was portrayed that way because that is how he was in Spiderman Homecoming; a young teen who had a silly personality. Nice review!

  2. Dylan Trigg on May 11th, 2018 12:31 PM

    I like how you incorporate the different sides of the movie. I saw this movie and I actually liked it allot. I am also a big fan of the Avengers.

  3. Tony Ludwig on May 11th, 2018 12:36 PM

    I actually really enjoyed the movie, but it’s nice to see a different opinion now and then!

  4. Hannah Gibbons on May 11th, 2018 12:38 PM

    I totally agree with you and what your opinion was on the movie. I loved the movie as well, but certainty thought they could’ve done some things better. I agree that Dr. Strange could’ve been a lot more helpful in the plot, I feel that we weren’t able to see his full potential in the movie.

  5. Hannah Siegel on May 11th, 2018 12:39 PM

    You made some good points about the movie and i totally agree some characters didn’t get a lot of screen time. I personally loved the movie and hated it at the same time… i did not appreciate all the deaths.

  6. Kara on May 11th, 2018 12:40 PM

    Good job, Alina! You went into a lot of detail without spoiling anything which is great! I have yet to see the movie but am looking forward to it!

  7. Kacey Koch on May 11th, 2018 12:41 PM

    I haven’t seen this movie yet actually, but I’ve heard so many good things! Very well written.

  8. Dylan Konicek on May 11th, 2018 12:42 PM

    I have not seen this movie yet, and I was really hoping there wasn’t going to be spoilers in your article, and I am glad that there was not any. But other than that I really enjoyed reading your take on the movie and you really seemed to express how you felt about it

  9. Will Carroll on May 11th, 2018 12:49 PM

    I haven’t seen the movie but you did a fantastic job at describing it, this article really makes me want to watch it now, great job!

  10. Manuel Lupercio on May 11th, 2018 12:59 PM

    I still have yet to see this movie as my schedule is super busy and i never have time to visit the movie theatre. You did a really good job of explaining what you liked and didnt. The movie does seem a bit unusual for marvel if youre not familar with the comics or story plot that marvels been building for many years.

  11. Lauren Huebner on September 4th, 2018 10:45 AM

    Good review. You dd a nice job reviewing without giving spoilers. I agree, Dr. Strange was underutilized. But Spiderman acted slightly foolish because he is just a teen with powers.

  12. Bryant VanRossem on September 4th, 2018 10:58 AM

    The way this article is wrote makes you think more in depth about the movie and the characters in it.

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