Avengers: Infinity War: An Unbridled Praise


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  • TheLosboogie1973
    TheLosboogie1973 Hour ago

    Thank you for this review and for the praise. I’ve now watched this video twice and I always get the feels. Thank you.

    Also, TLJ sucked lolol. Thanks for that review too.

  • Fox Of Shadilay
    Fox Of Shadilay 18 hours ago +1

    When Tony looks at his own hand as if hoping it would disintegrate any moment so that he could be released from this...his absolute worst nightmare come true...that is soul crushing.

  • peterjerek
    peterjerek 3 days ago +1

    When the film is this good it needs An Unbridled Praise.

  • Hardcase Race
    Hardcase Race 3 days ago +2

    Goddammit, I LOVE IT when you LOVE something!!

  • TheGranitePerson
    TheGranitePerson 3 days ago

    I think this movie is the worse Avengers movie.

  • Alex Totherocket
    Alex Totherocket 4 days ago

    so, i guess you like this one better than the last jedi! :))
    great videos! big ups

  • Brian
    Brian 4 days ago

    The only real problem I guess I had about this movie was the fact that all the Heroes kept saying "We can't let Thanos have the stone at any cost!". Then when one person gets tortured "Oh here's the stone, please stop hurting my friend". I don't know but that just bugged me a LOT. With Loki I understand why it happened it showed how he's evolved into a better person (slightly) and that it's only about what he cares about (his brother) but, the other heroes I don't know it just seems wrong that they would sacrifice half the universe for one person.

  • logan Dennett
    logan Dennett 4 days ago

    Ugh, I really wanted to post a large thing about the Thanos hating people who don't understand good movies and sticking with a plot no matter where it leads. You can't always make things right.
    Well I agree with this vid. Please more! ( But only for one that deserves it)

  • skins4thewin
    skins4thewin 4 days ago

    Nice job stealing the cam version of Infinity War for this video.

  • Nicholas Leclerc
    Nicholas Leclerc 4 days ago

    Accidental Homer Simpson reference !

  • Bad Connection
    Bad Connection 4 days ago

    This is how you make a movie.

  • Randomly Entertaining

    Aside from the movie being good, I'm happy we now have a Hollywood blockbuster where the good guys lose. It's kinda like World War 2 games. Sure, we enjoy playing as the victorious Americans or Soviets or British yet, deep down, we want a game where we can play as the Germans or Japanese. To see their side, to feel good at our victories and terrible at our losses. Even if the end game is still the same, just being able to see the other side is the drive.

  • Tiago Goll
    Tiago Goll 4 days ago

    Fantastic video, MauLer.
    I found out about your channel just 2 days ago but have already consumed hours upon hours of your content. It is so incredibly refreshing to see a competent, passionate and smart content creator among nothing but shit.
    You have a brilliant future ahead, feel proud.

  • mbolduc
    mbolduc 5 days ago

    Thanos is the only character that makes sense to me

  • yamiookami
    yamiookami 5 days ago

    Literally the only thing I would have preferred the writers do that they didn't is when Thanos finally does the Thanos at the end, it would have been better if he met Death in his vision instead of child Gamora. The movie never touched on how Thanos is in love with Death (the character), and the only reference the MCU has made to that so far is his smile at the end of the first Avengers, when the Chitauri says "to challenge them is to court death."

  • Regular Person
    Regular Person 6 days ago

    is this just a narration of the movie with some praise thrown in?

  • James Moseley
    James Moseley 6 days ago

    I’m sorry but that squidward line made me physically ill. If they eliminated half of all these stupid starkisms this movie would be near perfect. Stark has never made me laugh once. He’s just saying factual things in a snarky voice. The bad guy looks like a squid like squidward. Hulk is embarrassing him in front of a wizard. Both of these “jokes” are obvious statements of fact with nothing behind it. Why the hell is that funny?

  • David Vershay
    David Vershay 7 days ago

    Iron Man's suit is an accidental allegory for gun control and gun owners.

  • Bart van Sliedregt
    Bart van Sliedregt 7 days ago +2

    2 seconds in and I already love your voice

  • ChanCeNecK
    ChanCeNecK 7 days ago

    I don't know almost any of these characters. I've watched Iron Man 1 and the first Avengers movie. AND THAT'S IT!! Now, do I HAVE to watch this movie and if so, do I also HAVE TO watch all these other dozens of movies inbetween, that I was not interested in? Or what do I actually HAVE TO watch, in order to be able to fully appreciate this glorious masterpiece of a movie?

    • Michael Hayden
      Michael Hayden 3 days ago

      If you're sincerely asking for a real answer, then… The other MCU movies that most directly lead into "Avengers: Infinity War" are the first (not the second) "Guardians of the Galaxy", "Captain America: Civil War", and "Thor: Ragnarok", in that order. Those three provide the minimum setup for "Infinity War". But "to fully appreciate this glorious masterpiece of a movie" (your words), you're gonna have to do the homework and watch everything. If you don't, there are *many* character moments and interconnecting threads that will mean nothing to you.

  • Mark Oman
    Mark Oman 8 days ago

    "It shouldn't work, but somehow it does". If we draw a comparisson to the new Star Wars movies, it becomes pretty clear why they're failing whilst IW succeeds: if you don't have a Harrison Ford in his prime or a Robert Downey Junior on your team, just go home. Those don't grow on trees you know, and if you're adding pointless agendas how to you pick a cast/ write a character on top of that, you're going to fail miserably. RDJ is the MCU, he's the glue that holds everything together. Marvel planned this all along and that's why they paid him a buttload of cash. People love to watch charismatic, fun people and always have, here's your billion dollar formula Hollywood in case you have forgotten about it. No one wants to watch a real life Lisa Simpson unless she is ridiculed or characters with an amount of plot armor only kids could imagine.
    Tony Stark is the Luke Skywalker of this MCU's run, this is his story arc. Every new character that was introduced since Iron Man 1 complements him. And now Marvel has reached a point where you can randomly throw two characters into a scene and the outcome will be fantastic. What an accomplishment indeed. Marvel beats Star Wars at what made it so special in the first 3 movies.
    I thought I was simply too old because I felt nothing when watching the new SW movies, I was wrong IW has shown me that you never grow too old for good entertainment.

  • Dev A.
    Dev A. 8 days ago

    One of the cooler things about these praises is that it’s ideal for blind people. If they listened to these, they’d picture everything. Even more than listening to the film itself.

  • E.T The Extra Terrestrial

    That's the Sanctum Sanctorum, Not Kamar Taj.

    • Michael Hayden
      Michael Hayden 3 days ago

      He knows. He corrected himself in a later video. Many, many other people have already mentioned it in the comments before yours.

  • koolgool
    koolgool 8 days ago

    I value sincerity and honesty, so I enjoyed this just as much as your other videos. I'd be fine with more like this.

  • Lionel Lara
    Lionel Lara 8 days ago

    Good job . . .

  • Mr Zeus
    Mr Zeus 9 days ago

    Loki's horn head gear is so gay

  • The Grin Reaper
    The Grin Reaper 9 days ago

    *Why not just use the Infinity Gauntlet to make more food instead? or Sterilize a generation or two?*

  • Yo RiZzO
    Yo RiZzO 9 days ago

    Hated this movie; the jokes sucked, the scenes from Wakanda were unnecessary filler and the removal of the Hulk was just dumb. Thanos was the only interesting character in the entire movie. That being said I'm doubtful the addition of Captain Marvel will improve the second part of this story line and in my opinion it will certainly detract from anything good that began in Infinity War(Thanos' arc). I can only hope they bring in Adam Warlock for the next movie whose sarcophagus was shown in Guardians of the Galaxy... that would at least be interesting yet highly unlikely unless his character is somewhat introduced in the Captain Marvel movie. Nice review tho...

  • Gabriel the Red Lion
    Gabriel the Red Lion 10 days ago +1

    I don't even like or watch superhero movies, but I liked this one, mostly because of Thanos.

  • manuel1654088
    manuel1654088 10 days ago

    Holy shit the ultimate edge lord found something he actually likes.God is not dead.😂😂😂

  • jaster1138
    jaster1138 10 days ago

    Love this positive spin, man!

  • Dortez Meyers
    Dortez Meyers 10 days ago

    Hell nahhhh dude. Having a positive take from you was amazing!!! TheXvid is a haven for negativity, and i think those videos get the most likes. But videos like these are the most important. Bring balance my friend. Bring balance!!! Great job. Take my humble subscribe!!!

  • L1qu1d S1lenc3r
    L1qu1d S1lenc3r 11 days ago

    This video was excellent... Slow clap!

  • Damon Wade
    Damon Wade 11 days ago

    I love this movie but it bothers me a little bit that shuri just totally out smarts bruce. Like they couldnt give him a reason for not doing vision that way or even just mention everything else going on. Before anyone says this is sexist i dont care shuri is a girl its that she is like 16 and we are supposed to belive she is the smartest person alive i think the charactor would have been better if she was equal or slightly below bruce (she does have some cool inventions and terrible meme tho)

  • Joshua Hawley
    Joshua Hawley 11 days ago +1

    Can the Russo Brothers direct all the Star Wars movies? Please?

  • Loki Lyesmyth
    Loki Lyesmyth 12 days ago

    Oh yeah and eat shit Disney Star Wars

  • Loki Lyesmyth
    Loki Lyesmyth 12 days ago

    Thanos did nothing wrong.

  • Eric Lefebvre
    Eric Lefebvre 12 days ago

    Hulk was not sent to Kamar-Taj. H|e is sent to the New-York Sanctum Sanctorum.

    • Michael Hayden
      Michael Hayden 3 days ago

      He knows. He corrected himself in a later video. Many, many other people have already mentioned it in the comments before yours.

  • Yodalemos
    Yodalemos 12 days ago

    I can't believe how much you're praising this hot pile of garbage... Shoulda been an unbridled rage on the level of Solo.

  • rildain76
    rildain76 12 days ago

    I’m not a comic book guy, so I don’t know all the backstory for all of these different story lines. When Infinity Wars ended, I was like, “What the actual f--k?! Are you kidding me right now?!” I was totally blindsided by the bad guy winning. I left the theatre and immediately texted a friend who is a comic book guy to ask WTF?!
    Still, it was an outstanding movie. Crazy good. This is what you get when you have writers and directors who are invested in the actual lore, who genuinely love the stories and characters, and who actually have an idea of where the overall story is going. Peter Jackson with the Lord of the Rings is another example. On the opposite end of the spectrum, there are the Star Wars abominations created by JJ Abrams and Rian Johnson. 🤦‍♂️
    Great video. I love your rant videos but it’s nice to see that that’s not the only song you can sing. Also, Drax is my favorite... he is hilarious!!!

  • Spooky Boyy
    Spooky Boyy 12 days ago

    Is this meant for blind people ?

  • Spooky Boyy
    Spooky Boyy 12 days ago

    This is just a recap...?
    No analysis or depth or anything
    What was the point ?

    • Michael Hayden
      Michael Hayden 3 days ago

      What Whisper said. Also, you should try watching to the end - the last twenty minutes is analysis.

    • Whisper
      Whisper 12 days ago

      Its not an in-depth analysis. he recaps the movie and praises good moments and points out some less good ones.

  • Lasse1583
    Lasse1583 13 days ago

    for future videos like this i would recocmend you analysing the movie some more. i like your other videos but i found myself skipping through this entire video since its just you summing up a movie i have already seen twice.. maybe i am the only one thinking this, if so, never mind :)

    • Lasse1583
      Lasse1583 2 days ago

      +Michael Hayden i am just saying that i find it pointless to do an hour long video and do nothing else but just sum up what happens.. what is the point of it? might aswell just watch the movie. but thats just my opinion :) and i have looked at his other videoes and i like them alot :)

    • Michael Hayden
      Michael Hayden 3 days ago

      This his "rant" format, not his "analysis" format. If you want more analysis, look at his other videos - he spent almost five hours talking about "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", and he just started a new series about "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" that will be even longer.

  • Lawor00
    Lawor00 13 days ago

    The final battle was stupid.

  • Tektoniks Architects
    Tektoniks Architects 13 days ago

    Great video....many thanks.

  • Wendigo Dragon
    Wendigo Dragon 14 days ago

    Bookmark: 3:09

  • mifphilip
    mifphilip 14 days ago

    the MCU is my favorite movie!

  • darkmage07070777
    darkmage07070777 14 days ago

    So THIS is where all the writing talent and creativity in Hollywood disappeared to...

  • Kyra B
    Kyra B 14 days ago

    I'm so use to you being sarcastic that I had to remind myself that you were praising the movie

  • Arcus Cerebellumus
    Arcus Cerebellumus 15 days ago

    Space is infinite! What the FUCK is overpopulation for a civilisation that has concerned stars? I would except something like this in a confined place like a planet or a country and even then this wouldn't make Thanos simpathetic. Nothing more than a narrow minded fascist.
    If he has a power over reality why not create more resources or redistribute life over a larger space? As if killing half of the population solves anything. They will spring back and everything will be the same again. Theoretical all you need for that to happen is one or two generations. Or will he kill them over and over till the end of time? If he's as smart as this movie trying to make me think he is, how come he didn't think of a better long term solution?

    • Michael Hayden
      Michael Hayden 3 days ago

      Space is infinite, but each inhabited planet is finite.

  • Tookie MacSpookie
    Tookie MacSpookie 15 days ago

    This video is just amazing... Absolutely love this channel

  • Snow Job
    Snow Job 15 days ago

    brilliant fuggin recap, mate

  • Rebecca Loptson
    Rebecca Loptson 15 days ago

    squidward looks like a Tau Celestial...

  • Ethakis _
    Ethakis _ 15 days ago

    This movie made me laugh and cry within minutes of one another. I adore this movie.

  • Chris Bingley
    Chris Bingley 15 days ago

    Thanos did nothing wrong.

  • Ben Quinney
    Ben Quinney 15 days ago

    He’s a sociopath not a psycho

    • Michael Hayden
      Michael Hayden 3 days ago

      You are correct - as the saying goes: psychopaths are born, sociopaths are made.

  • Ben Quinney
    Ben Quinney 15 days ago

    Why ask why

  • Craig Ashton
    Craig Ashton 16 days ago

    Liked it, good job!

  • Vinegar Ra
    Vinegar Ra 16 days ago

    Really though, the directors and the writers did a top notch job on what could have easily ended up being awkward and subpar. Bringing together this franchise, and making it very good, is an extreme feet of dedication and respect. It was shot incredibly well, the pacing was fantastic, and the jumps between characters did not feel awkward or disjointed, which are all easy things to screw up, especially with how vast this movie encompassed a vast amounts of characters and material.
    Good work reviewing it and going further into also showing how much love was put into the film by the cast and crew. It was incredibly ambitious, and they pulled it off better than I would have imagined.

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    Spitta504TV 16 days ago


  • Everett Peck
    Everett Peck 16 days ago

    I really enjoy your editing you do in these videos, the scenes you show are always seem in the same context and emotion of what you're speaking about at that point in the video. very good:D

  • Mad Scientist
    Mad Scientist 16 days ago

    It is a good idea to diversify your reviews, i think. A review of something positive is often as engaging and interesting as a dissection (or just nitpicking, if you will) of something awful. And this type of vids is a little bit refreshing since reviewers sure love nitpicking the shit out of everything and anything positive is mostly related to awful hacks and/or shills.

  • Aquatoy
    Aquatoy 16 days ago

    Despite what anyone says or any movie I see i just do not like tom holland.

  • Isaac Hagoel
    Isaac Hagoel 16 days ago +2

    Mmm.. I think Mauler was blinded by his enjoyment from this movie and by the need to choose between strict 'rage' and 'praise'. This movie is enjoyable and impressive but it definitely makes heavy use of plot armors, convenient circumstances (what if Thanos went to the soul stone place alone or with someone else?), Inconsistent rules as to which attack is potentially deadly and which isn't (again, determined by plot convenience), characters showing us with perfect timing and a slew of other issues that Mauler would normally point out and rage about. Well, no one is perfect I guess...

  • Thomas Grandsire
    Thomas Grandsire 16 days ago

    This was a wonderfully made commentary/review, and it was a pleasure to listen to, you are a very detail-oriented person and have a very good grasp of story and characters, as well as plot and cinematography as a whole. That being said, I think the one thing that could make this series better is if you praised it scene-by-scene, similar to your Star Wars: The Last Jedi review, as it would be easier to follow, imo.

  • Professor Coldheart
    Professor Coldheart 17 days ago

    I won't say the sugar works every time but just this once I'll say it was a nice change of pace.

  • Vince Mansfield
    Vince Mansfield 17 days ago

    Well done!!!

  • Meriwether
    Meriwether 17 days ago

    ...and when Endgame lands, the team will be spearheaded by Captain Marvel who will Mary Sue monsieur Thanos into oblivion.

  • TNTNuke
    TNTNuke 17 days ago

    I hope endgame will be this good

  • Cyrus the Acceptable
    Cyrus the Acceptable 17 days ago

    "It doesn't matter what's at stake, when your family is threatened you will do everything to protect them."
    Including allowing an insane demigod to kill half of everything in the universe, which is entirely randomized and could easily mean you and your entire family would also be destroyed in the process.

  • TNTNuke
    TNTNuke 18 days ago

    Wasn't drax a human before being killed and transformed

  • Jon Snow
    Jon Snow 18 days ago

    Perfectly deconstructed....as all things should be.

  • jay folk
    jay folk 18 days ago

    4 Bits for Thought: *If it's day time in Wakanda, why is it day time in New york in the post credit when "bogeys are spotted over wakanda?"*
    I didnt believe the Thanos-Gamora relationship, reality bleed-out or not, it was too one sided and all i saw was a man trying to sacrifice an unconsenting, screaming, adult woman for profit. Way to go disney in the height of #timesup #metoo
    And while I believed in the emotional choices of Starlord beating on Thanos for the 3rd lost love of his life, there was a good portion of audiences that hated his actions, a tell to me that the film established more logic than emotion to the audiences with starlord. again, i didnt mind and i don't think chris pratt should be fired as on many many chinese social media outlet - it wasn't THAT bad, jesus.
    I enjoy your take on Iron Man in the overall MCU, and his quiet moments are great character growth, but his personality in the loud & proud moments are less relatable, and to keep spider-man of all people in check and away from helping people like himself is hypocrisy and makes ironman the villain of homecoming to me, tricking a boy that mutant superpowers aren't enough to protect people, you need the suit. But that's not Avengers 3, what is Avengers 3 is the incredible spiderman scene, which i leave all credit to Tom Holland's acting, which apparently he improved on filming it; great things to come from that actor.

  • No One
    No One 18 days ago


  • TheIceDragon
    TheIceDragon 18 days ago

    I just wish there weren't so many magic fueled plotlines. This movie is effectively all about magic... Not every stone is obtained by magic but I just wish the plot didn't revolve around overly powerful items... It's also slightly difficult to make the critique of black Panthers flower when theoretically there are ways to supply all of the avengers with similarly powerful items...

  • alimiel
    alimiel 18 days ago +1

    While I must emphatically agree with good sir MauLer on most everything here somehow, and was not looking to take umbrage with him for not discussing any flaws his adoration and agreement with Thanos was jarring and stupid. If you had even one infinity gem you would have the power to provide the resources to infinitely improve the quality of life for the whole universe. Killing half the people is a dick move especially when you could just as easily double the resources available and there is no limit on every kind of infinite power the infinity gauntlet provides. Thanos has provided nothing for a moral man to agree with.

  • Eric Martinez
    Eric Martinez 18 days ago

    I am waiting for the Robin reveal where Clint loses his family in his arms and meets back up with To y and they share that anger from that loss as they lay into Thanos in endgame

  • Eric Martinez
    Eric Martinez 18 days ago

    This is fantastic, one of the few movies I was telling people you can’t praise enough. The way they blended these characters and never missed a joke or tense scene or poignant moment is just crazy

    • Eric Martinez
      Eric Martinez 17 days ago

      Yeah great job of succinctly pointing them out

    • KaMau Mau
      KaMau Mau 17 days ago

      Yeah, it's fantastic when you gloss over things the MCU already established but ignored in this movie.

  • Hoshioni
    Hoshioni 19 days ago

    This is a good series, a man simply cant turn away from all media. And besides this helps legitimise when you make a point out of the bad.

  • Happy BigP
    Happy BigP 19 days ago

    Like most of your content but this was more than 50% of a summery/paraphrase than a praise. Thanos should have done based off of source material rather than try to make a related villain. Hmmm, can do anything with the Infinity Gauntlet except create enough sustainable resources apparently, so instead lets kill off half the population (The only solution that a master tactician could come up with.), what garbage.

  • SkyTech RTS
    SkyTech RTS 19 days ago

    I like how Mauler also noticed how the lady villain looked look a video game character, I think I said the same thing about the "PS3 boss" as well.

  • Dereshi
    Dereshi 19 days ago

    Letting you know, this was actually pretty bad. Most of the video is you describing things that happen and providing some short basic commentary about scenes sometimes. After that it gets a little better but instead it's just you recapping each character's stories and telling how they connect with the movie.
    Also your voice here is pretty monotonous but manipulative at the same time. And simply hard to hear.

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  • rubbers3
    rubbers3 19 days ago

    I hate MCU and Marvel, but I do enjoy a good movie. This seems like an awesome movie and I'd love to watch it, but I want to enjoy it to the highest potential, which judging by @9:36 - @9:38 means that I should watch all of the other movies. I hate that, but I'll do that. I've only seen the first Avengers, first Iron Man, first Thor, two Captain Americas, first Guardians and Spider-Man Homecoming, but apart from the last one (which I saw about two weeks ago) all of that was roughly around their BluRay release and also apart from the Spider-Man one (8/10) all of those were 6.7/10 at best to me.

  • devbyrd1
    devbyrd1 19 days ago

    This was the only video I have watched of yours and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • SciPanda
    SciPanda 19 days ago

    "but most importantly, they respect them."
    >cut to Luke drinking green milk.
    NICE. XD

  • Lockout
    Lockout 19 days ago

    Damn. Right.

  • Dustin Beasley
    Dustin Beasley 19 days ago

    This is the 4th time I have watched this.

  • Fe Lix
    Fe Lix 19 days ago

    9:38 Fun Fact, James Gun wrote all the Dialog for the Guardians in this movie.

  • The Thinking Man
    The Thinking Man 20 days ago

    I'm so glad they retconned the garbage and focused on narrative and creating unique character arches. The only good stand alone Iron Man film imo was the one directed by Jon Favreau, who they should have kept in the directors seat. This film needs to be studied by Disney and WB!

  • Gallindor Darion
    Gallindor Darion 20 days ago

    I completely agree, the scene of Tony and Peter, brought tears to my eyes

  • Pladimir Vutin
    Pladimir Vutin 20 days ago

    MauLer's reviews are balanced, as all things should be.

  • Trent Snowbarger
    Trent Snowbarger 20 days ago +1

    Loved the video. If I could offer one critique or suggestion: Perhaps forgo the beat-by-beat linear step-through of the movie, and spend more of your time on your expository review and thoughts of it. Everyone watching has presumably seen the movie, and knows already what happens in it. You have interesting and accurate insights when you review, and I'd like more of that. Either way you choose to go, keep it up. Very much enjoy your work, especially your SW critiques.

  • wat zup
    wat zup 20 days ago

    Wooo fuck yeah infinity war. Watched with my mum and we sat and talked about overpopulation and shit and got depressed and it's a great fucken movie. Very deep. And yea Thanos is kind of wrong about his plan because for it to work he would have to retain the infinity gauntlet and continually decimate the populations when they reached the breaking point again. And, if he did that, then they would never learn. Perhaps it is impossible for breeding creatures to control their rate of reproduction? Who knows but I root for Thanos mostly because sentience is necessarily a sin in my purview as it entails suffering and cannot be the product of consent

  • cortedemico
    cortedemico 20 days ago

    i just hope the sequel brings out the gentler mauler.
    i hope.

  • nodozz2
    nodozz2 20 days ago

    It really was a great movie, also your take on it was awesome...

  • Deadpan Man
    Deadpan Man 20 days ago

    Mauler and Whitelight are the best reviewers on TheXvid. *change my mind*

  • Isaac Alves
    Isaac Alves 20 days ago +1

    Thanos plan make NO SENCE!!! Kill people to save people!?!?!?WTF!!! in the end he is killing more people them saving+ wouldnt in like 100 years the Overpopulation ""came back""??? stupid thanos!!! is plan is just soo stupid, you cant relate at all!!! screw him! the movie was ok, but no masterpiece!

  • Themis
    Themis 20 days ago +1

    1.2k salty DC fans