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Infinity War Kills the Hearts of Many, Not Only Their Characters (Spoilers)

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Infinity War takes place immediately after the events of Thor Ragnarok, causing pain in the hearts of many within the first ten minutes of the new movie Marvel conceived. When the Marvel Cinematic Universe announced Avengers: Infinity War, the world stirred in anticipation at what could happen to their favorite superheroes. The moment the movie was first released in theaters, rumors spread.

Today we will be discussing the major points of the film. There are spoilers in this article.

This is MCU’s nineteenth film, but the fans are still intrigued by what could come next.  After the death of almost the entirety of those shown in the movie, it has left plenty of people wondering if their beloved characters are actually gone for good. Many are hopeful that they will be coming back, but some are not so sure about characters. These characters include that of Loki, Gamora, and Vision.

The bonding between many of the characters might be one of the leading reason so many are hurt by the deaths that have taken place. The love formed between Wanda and Vision, as well as Gamora and Quill, tore some viewers apart when death came to these lovebirds.

Not only did Marvel focus on romantic love, platonic love was also a main point. Loki finally admitting he is the son of Odin and brother to Thor before his failed sacrifice, left many with hope that Loki may not be the trickster that we know him to be.

Peter’s heartbreaking “I don’t wanna go, Mr. Stark.” left viewers in absolute tears as Tony held him in his arms, not being able to do anything to save the poor kid.

Could you imagine the pain Tony must have gone through during this scene? He is stranded on an alien planet, alone with everyone he knew suddenly disappearing, not being able to say goodbye.

Back on earth, Steve loses his two best friends as well as Hulk refusing to help in the fight, causing Banner to fend for himself.

They’re the Avengers, that’s what we’ve called them throughout the years, and just in one movie, they have all disappeared into dust. Let’s do a head count on who’s on that list:

The demigod trickster, the best friend of that one guy with a hammer who lives up to the legends, that green lady with breathtaking anger issues, majestic floaty guy, cat boy, emotionally struggling spider, that one guy that HAS to be tripping on acid, the lady who just can’t seem to do anything right, the one who made winning impossible, the teenage tree, space alien with red tattoos, bug lady, a couple master assassins, and all of them  have dissipated into defeat.

The question is, are all these characters actually dead? Are there characters that will die later on in Infinity War part two? After part two, another spiderman movie is happening, which could only mean that Peter couldn’t be dead. So, he must hopefully return. Chris Evans, the actor of Captain America, has a contract that’s almost up. This could give MCU the opportunity to kill off this loved character.  

Even with these unfair death and fight scenes, Freshman Alex Behr says, “I really loved it, definitely the best Marvel movie so far. The ending was, of course, really sad, but I kinda expected it since it was the closing of the first MCU chapter.”

Overall, this movie seemed clustered and not that organized. It almost seemed as if Marvel was trying to throw in as many characters as they could, without giving much reason to their decisions. There were so many individual stories going on all at once, most seemed out of place or cut short. Some characters only had minimal screen time, not truly contributing to the overall story. It was almost as if Marvel only wanted to add all these characters so they could kill them off later on. Leaving you with shock factor and not overall satisfaction.

No matter what your thoughts are at the end of this movie, it is clear that the Marvel Universe will continue to produce intriguing movies that many viewers will come back to again and again.

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