Avengers: Infinity War: An Unbridled Praise

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  • Esteban Rincon
    Esteban Rincon Hour ago

    Or Thanos can just use the Reality Stone to end the need to commit genocide ;)

  • Alex Shannon
    Alex Shannon 15 hours ago

    One disagreement. Civil War was awful. Civil War had a terrible villain. I was surprised the Russos pulled off such a good movie when they so utterly failed at Civil War.

  • Eric Garcia
    Eric Garcia Day ago

    Marvel's patience and hard work over ten years what DC stupidly tried to do in a few years with a few movies lol

  • Joe Vivona
    Joe Vivona Day ago

    I've watched this at least a dozen times. I think I prefer it to the movie. I really liked the movie.

  • Jon Jon Mackey
    Jon Jon Mackey Day ago

    what is the purpose of this video? explain the entire plot? why? this is boring. stick to your analysis videos

  • colin carroll
    colin carroll Day ago

    I, for one, am just as happy to see appreciation as criticism from these videos. Just as badly as terrible movies deserve to be torn apart, good ones deserve to be praised. I would definitely be interested in seeing more content like this on your channel, potentially with just as much work put into them as some of the more negative content.

  • Game Erica
    Game Erica Day ago

    45:21 This guy won't hug Peter at the start of Spider-Man Homecoming but he'll know if he has band practice. Okay Tony, you do you

  • E. T.
    E. T. Day ago

    All For Lov

  • Ran Mckalser
    Ran Mckalser 2 days ago

    Star Wars, stop being Marvel. Just stop!

  • DarthAndrew520
    DarthAndrew520 2 days ago

    My only problem with this movie is that if you haven't seen every other movie, you'll be totally lost lol

    • Morgan
      Morgan Day ago

      DarthAndrew520 that’s why it’s so good and satisfying if you’re a fan

  • Siddhart Singh
    Siddhart Singh 2 days ago

    This video is almost as long as infinity war itself

  • Showa
    Showa 2 days ago

    I want more positive reviews like this. your rages are funny but i like things like this.

  • Marlonbc90
    Marlonbc90 2 days ago

    When the stakes are so high and the powers at play are so great the movie is bound to be flawed in many ways. There's plenty of stuff that don't make sense if you want to look for it, but despite all this movie really works on many many levels.
    The bad thing that really can't be ignored when you think about it is they changed Thanos motivation, and his motivation doesn't make sense in this movie. This is a huge shortcoming.
    A) If you have unlimited powers, why don't you just regenerate resources all over the universe?
    B) Population growth is roughly exponential, have you ever asked yourself when was it that the world population was half what it is now? That would be around 1970. Thanos postponed the overpopulation problem by less then 50 years. And with all the advancement and the infrastrutture already in place it would take us considerably less time to climb back to the current world population.

    • LordManda2
      LordManda2 Day ago

      That's what Thanos the Rational Titan would do, and in-case the movie was SO SUBTLE that you couldn't tell, he is the MAD TITAN! Like the Joker, he's god-damn nuts, but still charismatic and is 100% convinced he is right.

  • jthakurdin
    jthakurdin 3 days ago

    Excellent. (Brilliant, even). Now stick the knife into Star Wars.
    Yes, I love Star Wars too. That's why I'm angry with the new iterations. So, from that perspective, it seems the next video you should do is to drive home the point about why Marvel succeeded, whereas Disney's Star Wars failed. (The failure to plan out an overall story, each movie not honoring the one that came before it, and so on:. exactly the opposite of Marvel).
    Thanks in advance for that public service! 👻

  • Bill The Bull Gates
    Bill The Bull Gates 3 days ago

    Review starts like 35 minutes into the video

  • Bill The Bull Gates
    Bill The Bull Gates 3 days ago

    Boring as fuck this review

  • John Doe
    John Doe 3 days ago

    Iron Man pointing a massive plasma weapon at Drax head: "Do it! I can take it!"

  • shmaveyea
    shmaveyea 4 days ago

    This is a synopsis not a fucking praise.

    • へᄉへ
      へᄉへ 3 days ago

      35:04 where what you want begins.

  • P
    P 4 days ago

    I don't know, I thought this movie sucked. Just one thing after another, heroes being stupid one after another. So stupid. Oh and when they almost had the gauntlet off but Starlord had to punch him? That was so stupid.

  • Joie de Vivre
    Joie de Vivre 4 days ago

    The Sequel will be a hard fucking movie to make.

    • Morgan
      Morgan Day ago

      Joie de Vivre they made both movies back to back with the same writers and directors so they have it planned out

  • Marcus Tulius Cicero

    51:15-51:20 spot on, mate.

  • Ciorchinele Suprem
    Ciorchinele Suprem 4 days ago

    Do a video on Donnie Darko.

  • Tanner Barnes
    Tanner Barnes 4 days ago

    One of my favorite moments in this film is right at the end. Everyone has turned to ash, and the original Avengers sit on the battlefield, shocked. Steve Rogers simply says "Oh God."
    It took me a rewatch or two to realize, but what I at first wrote off as another character taking the Lord's name in vain was in fact a prayer. Faced with the destruction of everything he swore to protect, and unable to stop it, Captain America can only call upon what he believes in. Brilliant character moment for one of my favorite superheroes.

  • TJ Mullin
    TJ Mullin 4 days ago

    Yeah, I have watched this so much, can you update it with the blueray?
    JK

  • John Conner
    John Conner 4 days ago

    Watching some of your other videos where you just shred all the plot holes, money grabbing, and general bullshit, seeing you praise a movie like this makes me realize how high the bar is really set and makes me appreciate the movie more than before

  • Medicine Man
    Medicine Man 5 days ago +1

    Tbh Im very very very concerned with the second half of this movie when it comes out. I honestly think with the rushed introduction of Captain Marvel into the MCU, it will be weird having a character we barely know along with all these others that have been out for awhile and have gotten to know. I'm also concerned that they'll be some PC SJW crap in it with how they are amping up Captain Marvels power levels, not to mention the actress is a bit dead pan compared with the rest of the cast of infinity war. Not to mention how Captain Marvel atm is one of the most hated characters in comics because of all the feminist, PC,SJW crap they are forcing into those books. Truly very very concerned.

    • Obsidikis Necrosine
      Obsidikis Necrosine 3 days ago

      You're worried about that in a film series that already features strongly written female heroes like Black Widow, Gamorra, Nebula, Scarlet Witch, Pepper Potts, and Ayo. Really. Man...it must be awful to be so insecure.

  • remainsdefeated
    remainsdefeated 5 days ago

    This video is an articulation of every thought I had about the film, good vid. PS Iron Man is the best avenger, don't even argue.

  • DarkleMotion
    DarkleMotion 5 days ago

    Great video. Fantastic breakdown of an incredible movie.

  • Incanticle 666
    Incanticle 666 5 days ago

    "What did it cost?"
    *everything*
    "Was it worth it..."

  • The Crimson Fucker
    The Crimson Fucker 5 days ago

  • JL M
    JL M 5 days ago +1

    Just the fact that after the ending everyone was in the theater still and one kid with tears asks his dad,
    - Is Spiderman really dead? Thanos won?
    And his dad answered - Yes, Thanos won,
    Is when I realized, this movie really rocks, they fucking made and amazing subversive story and they exceeded all expectations.

  • Sam Oberwetter
    Sam Oberwetter 5 days ago

    I mean, the movie treated the established characters well, but how can you not see the blatant inconsistencies present in Thanos?
    The entire conflict of the movie is so contrived. Thanos has the power to do anything. But he uses the same plan he made back before he had that power? Uhm. What? Is it the sunk costs fallacy? “I’ve already balanced this many worlds, might as well finish it”
    Even back on his home planet, dying of over population is ridiculous when you have space travel. There is so little life in the universe, even the marvel universe, that resources will never be scarce. There’s so much wrong with the basic premise of Thanos motivation.
    But leaving that aside, let’s say overpopulation is a pressing problem to people who can travel between the stars.... he still has the infinity gauntlet. He can do anything. There are literally an infinite number of solutions which don’t involve killing anyone.
    And even if there weren’t, he simply delays the inevitable by halving the population, they’ll just repopulate. Gah. It’s so dumb in every way.
    You can say a lot of good things about this movie. But saying thanos did ‘the most good’ or that he just wanted to ‘save the universe’ is honestly ridiculous. It only makes sense if you assume Thanos is incapable of self reflection or critical thinking. Which is fine. Plenty of Villians are that way. They do bad things because they feel like it. But it’s not something to be lauded as great writing.

    • Sam Oberwetter
      Sam Oberwetter 2 days ago

      I think I understand your position. I felt that that particular narrative was pushed by the movie, but it didn't feel earned to me. I realize that lots of people agree with you and so i'm probably just missing something.
      Buuuuuut
      I just feel like Thanos' plan would have made a lot more sense coming from someone like Ronin (pardon my spelling) the Guardians of The Galaxy 1 villain. The dude had a goal and he would stop at nothing to achieve it. Makes sense. Its not exactly a deep character, but whatever.
      Thanos has lots of character. But his character contradicts his plan. I understand that people can be convinced of things that are untrue, and that the path to hell is often paved with good intentions. However, I think that Thanos' stretches those two character traits past credulity. At least for me.
      I'm not sure that the analogy to Civil War is really relevant. In all conflicts both sides think they are right. Either that or they have some ulterior motive which they are pursuing. Regardless, there wouldn't be conflict if they agreed with each other. My point isn't that Thanos doesn't agree with other people. Its that the film puts a fair amount of work into humanizing the guy, showing that he cares about life, but it doesn't explain why he ignores other solutions to the problems he perceives. It doesn't explain the problem itself, it simply asserts that it exists. I find that hard to believe, and it pulled me out of the movie.

    • Original Buffout
      Original Buffout 2 days ago

      Sam Oberwetter I dont think you realize just how much better that is, hes so human, he thinks his plan wil work, while everyone says it wont, but he sees himself as a savoir, this is the same conflict in civil war with both sides thinking they're right

  • Zalamael Semper Dius

    I'm surprised you enjoyed it so much. I found it wanting. For one thing, I think The Black Order should have been fleshed out prior to Infinity War. Ebony Maw was quite brilliant, his casual use of magic and his supreme confidence was one of the highlights of the movie, so I was kinda pissed he was killed off so quickly, Aliens style. The others Black Order members were boring in comparison, but they had their moments and I think, were worthy of some additional screen time so we knew who they were, and what they were capable of. Instead, they were just a bunch of minions to waste some dialogue on before removing them. Boring.
    But my biggest gripe, was Gamora, who became little more than a plot device. Don't get me wrong, I always thought she was a weak character in GoTG, but with Infinity War, she just suddenly knows the location of a hidden planet/system etc, where the soul stone resides, and Thanos just suddenly learns that she knows, and he just happens to have her with him when he goes there (even though she could have just told him and he could have left her imprisoned), and she just happens to be the only person he loves (as shown through a small scene to help us believe). All in all, this plot point felt rushed, and could have easily been fleshed out (to leave some mystery for us) in some of the previous movies. It is almost as if they suddenly had to come with some plan for the revelation of the soul stone, and that was the best they could do. It saddens me that the death of Gamora was actually a plus for me, because she was never that great a character, typical of the Hollywood writing style they have these days for female characters.
    All in all, I thought it was a watchable movie, but it wasn't a patch on the first Avengers. It lacked decent character arcs (due to having too many characters) and it lacked any impact with long awaited reunions (such as Black Widow being reunited with Bruce Banner, saying a seductive 'Hi Bruce' before never again having much to do with him), and ultimately, the death of the 'New' Avengers was pointless, as we all know they are coming back as many have their own sequels planned, didn't raise the stakes on any level. This isn't Game of Thrones, where a dead protagonist stays dead, this is the MCU where we already knew Dr Strange, Black Panther and Spiderman etc all have sequels in the works. It would have made more of an impact to kill the old Avengers, as it might have been believable.
    For me, this was a 6/10, watchable, but not particularly impactful.

  • Ed Melendez
    Ed Melendez 5 days ago

    I love the love!!

  • Damien Thorn
    Damien Thorn 5 days ago

    Fucking great video! That is all.

  • Baron Lovat
    Baron Lovat 6 days ago

    All the power in the universe, and he never thought of just making 50% of every race sterile.... Nope, gotta kill um...

    • Original Buffout
      Original Buffout 2 days ago

      Baron Lovat thats whats so evil about him, he wants to act, before anymore suffering

  • travis broussard
    travis broussard 6 days ago

    Had a mind orgasm while watching this that i must share
    i think the way thanos's personality, his curse of knowledge, his un-bendable will, and his desire to achieve what he believes to be the greater good doesn't just make him a fascinating villan; it makes him a bad-guy version of Stark
    this would mean that not only did iron man's tony stark begin this franchise; not only is tony, out of all the avengers, the one that has growth the most throughout the series, not only did Dr. Strange explicitly save Tony for the final battle, but when it comes it mean that..
    TONY WILL BE FACING OFF AGAINST THE DARKER VERSION OF HIMSELF!. the Yang to his Yin. And by doing so, he will come to grips with who he truly is, and defeat, once and for all, the darker aspects of himself, that he has worked to entire series to fix.
    MIND BLOWN!!!

  • NoLife Ralph
    NoLife Ralph 6 days ago

    Your narration made me tear up in the spiderman scene literally dude
    You should narrate more good movies like eternal sunshine of the spotless mind

  • Nayan Ramachandran
    Nayan Ramachandran 6 days ago

    Personally I like the positive videos more. Maybe that's just me.

  • /\'Cypheir
    /\'Cypheir 6 days ago

    I thought that the movie was amazing, but realistically, doesn't Thanos know how fast populations recover from culling like that? In less that 50 years, most populations will go back to "100%."

  • mechtheist
    mechtheist 6 days ago

    I wonder how many folks realize that our species needs Thanos and his snap? It's going to be the only way. He'd sure as fuck make a better president than that orange thing.

  • Marcus Knight
    Marcus Knight 6 days ago

    been watching a few of your vids now after this im a new sub great work with these reviews

  • Christoph
    Christoph 6 days ago

    The only weakness was the facht that a second Spiderman movie had already been announced weakening the ending a bit.

  • Anders Hansen
    Anders Hansen 6 days ago

    The commentary tracks for Winter Soldier, Civil War and Infinity war reveals how the writers and directors manage to make these movies good. Years of pre-production and writing. on the Infinity war one they actually talk about only having a year to write it before going into production. Keyword being ONLY meanwhile most Hollywood blockbusters, DC included, feels like they've had a month or 2 of writing at the most. And even with over a year of writing the story before production they still talk to the actors to get their thoughts on the characters actions and dialogue. And keep the writers to refine and tune the movie all the way through.
    And that's how you make a good movie. You write, write and write and then write some more. Then you talk to the people involved and then go write again. The people at Marvel knows there are no shortcuts if you want to make something great which is why they succeed where everyone else comes up short.

  • Carlos Rivera
    Carlos Rivera 7 days ago

    This was amazing

  • Thorneyed
    Thorneyed 7 days ago

    I have HUGE problems with accepting some characters' motivations, starting with Thanos. Whole idea of saving population by halving it is stupid beyond reason, it is something some not very smart teenager can come up with, but not supposedly genius titan. Love for his "daughter"? Ok, many people can love adopted children as their own (though once family relations get abusive all love evaporates), but then why he gives zero fucks about Nebula? His motivations in comics were much better in terms of logic, but of course he couldn't pass as likable character then.
    Quill was stupid to begin with and then he got beyond that in GotG2 - whole sequel was driven by characters' stupidity (and their opponents' stupidity as well). Weird enough I could feel some compassion only for Drax, because his is not really bright "by design", never breaks his personality and has real deep drama behind him. But other "Guardians" in my view could be nothing more than comic relief, otherwise they just destroyed whole plot integrity. And what a surprise! Stupidity of stupid Quill got everything ruined. Oh and potentially good drama moments with him felt so forced and cringy just because he is... Yep, you guessed it. Stupid.
    By the way, there are many stupid characters that are likable. Forrest Gump of even guys from Dumb and Dumber - it was easy to like them, because they weren't aggressive selfish bastards. It is also easy to like aggressive selfish bastards (mostly in the form of tricksters) if they are smart and pull off some magnificent tricks. But not combined. Stupid selfish fuck gets no empathy from me and that was my biggest problem with Infinity War.
    Also whole Wakanda staff with so much attention and those spawning suits everywhere now being a thing were constant annoyance. And trails from Civil War's dumb conflict, which we should just forget? When Cap didn't have to trade lives, he just had to allow government to check Bucky's head for brainwashing remains, maybe give him some pills and therapy. And I don't buy that crap about lost trust after Hydra infiltration on Shield - they had plenty resources to ensure Bucky's safety, starting with Scarlet Witch being perfect lie detector.
    All those trails ruined this movie for me. Yes, there were good moments and character nuances, but that always got ruined, sometimes instantly. That scene with Quill trying to shoot - what the fuck? Really? Bubbles? Do you want this to be tragedy or farce? I guess they couldn't decide. And there it is, 7/10 from me, not more.

  • Cory8120
    Cory8120 7 days ago

    Yo dude i just watched this stoned as hell and it is amazing just like the depth in the characters is unreal

  • Lunch
    Lunch 7 days ago

    Holy shit that was an amazing analysis. Very easy to feel the subtle emotions these characters go and have gone through

  • HistoryFan476ad
    HistoryFan476ad 8 days ago

    sadly they are going to throw Thano's under the bus to make captain marvel look powerful.

  • Toxic Anonymity
    Toxic Anonymity 8 days ago

    I enjoyed the movie more than most super hero movies.
    I didn't understand a few parts. Like the crappy CGI on the female Thanos minion. And there was some cringe, but acceptable.
    The Wakandan chick being a super genius is silly but can be ignored. But having Banner look like a dummy compared to her just seems like PC boot licking.
    The thing I have the biggest problem with is Star Lord's IDIOTIC interference when the Gauntlet was almost in hand. I don't care that his nature is rash. If he could not control himself in such a situation he is more of a liability than an asset. I fucking hate his character now - irreversibly.
    Thanos is amazing. Just stellar in almost every way. The only flaw is that he doesn't understand that killing half the population of advanced civilizations, at least those like Earth, would only delay the inevitable by maybe a century. And fledgling civilizations might be wiped out by such a move. His motivations in the Comics seems more reasonable. But it would have destroyed any sympathy one could feel for him I guess.
    I LOVED how powerful the new Iron Man costume is. But it still seems strange he isn't using vibranium. If he was allowed access to some and the technology to convert his nanobots - he would seemingly have been Thanos's match. (At least until the Gauntlet is complete, if he does that in the comics, please let me know.) Or maybe he is using vibranium and I missed it.
    Thor with Stormbringer is truly an avenging god. As powerful as I would ever want a superhero to be.
    "You should have gone for the head..." is my favorite line. "I only feel you" is pretty good in context too.

    Spider Man had great moments. Doctor Strange had great displays of power too.
    I had problems with some of the characters not using weapons. Punching or claws etc. is simply dumb in an end of the world scenario. A vibranium baseball bat (ideally a sword) would have been better for Captain America than the shields - even without training. One could say the shield is his weapon, but then the shields he does use are not like what he is used to. Those are nitpicks though.

  • Ridghost
    Ridghost 8 days ago +1

    I really love the fact that you are doing both sides of the spectrum. I love a good hate filled rant, give me an hour of completely free reign to talk about Dragonball Super and well, you might be offended if you're a fan. However, give me an hour to talk about Dragonball Z, and the praise I have to that show is unending. I think it's great that you are showing appreciation for what you think cinema has done right & it also serves as a good teaching point. It's very useful to learn from what was done badly, but it's also just as useful to learn from what was done well. I hope you keep up with both series, and man, your work is amazing to listen to. Extremely well paced, a great voice for narration & very solid reasoning and arguments made to support your point of view in each video. Keep it up bro!

    • Levi Maxwell
      Levi Maxwell 18 hours ago

      Dragon Ball Z is trash and we're both trash for liking it

  • Jonas Wunderkind
    Jonas Wunderkind 9 days ago

    And again you realise what a shit show was TLJ nad new SW trilogy in general... 😭

  • Chocolate and Peanut Butter

    May I add that everyone Tony loves is dead...
    May I also add that after Peter died he just gazed at his arm, expecting to turn to ash as well...
    May I add that this will have a catastrophic effect on his already deteriorating mental health.

  • Stephen Girty
    Stephen Girty 9 days ago

    Great video. Praise where praise is due. Unlike another Disney product of recent.

  • The Leer
    The Leer 10 days ago

    18:18, I find this line so funny.

  • ebsolann
    ebsolann 10 days ago +1

    Thanos is my favorite character in the MCU hands down

  • PURGE JMI
    PURGE JMI 11 days ago

    imo, this is by far, one of the best marvel movies. But to truly enjoy it, it really helps to have watched all the other movies.

  • Blue Rose
    Blue Rose 11 days ago

    I love the movie. But my hardest laugh was when black panther said this is no place to die only to just disappear. I still think that is hilarious

  • Evan Davies
    Evan Davies 11 days ago

    Is he just going to just recap the film? Amazing film but this is boring

  • mariusvanc
    mariusvanc 11 days ago

    Aaaaannnnddd..... none of it matters, they're all going to come back in the sequel, because superheros. The only question is how many angles they will bend the story to also get everyone else to come back as well, because how would it look to have superheros come back from death, but not regular people.

  • Darcy Fitzpatrick
    Darcy Fitzpatrick 11 days ago

    Much prefer appreciation to hate. Criticism is fine but nitpicking and ranting is boring. Great video.

  • Thabnir
    Thabnir 11 days ago

    But from the beginning it's clear that the film will be undone with the time stone and that none of it matters, how does everyone manage to ignore that and pretend like anything that's happening matters? It's not like they didn't know it.

  • Darryl Catay
    Darryl Catay 11 days ago +1

    Excellent Job ! And you didn't beg for subscribers and not once mention patrion ! I respect that ! One more subscriber !

  • Mecha Kraken
    Mecha Kraken 11 days ago +1

    I love some of the Marvel Movies, my prefered movies and those I avoid are probably more or less like most people's, only I know that most people just hated the first Thor Movie, I didn't I quite liked it. It was like a remake/Apology for Masters of the Universe, with a hint of Superman Vs. Zod and Co. So, sorry but I quite enjoyed it. Iron Man 1, awesome, the others? I may never watch them again... Captain America, I loved them all and basic plot aside, I /love/ Avengers Assemble. I love it for the same reason I loved Alien, Harry Dean Stanton. Ok, that was a joke, but I do (Stanton aside). Alien's awesome, I'll never stop watching it, but yes the plot is the basic haunted house Movie, or Hack em up... Just like Reservoir Dogs. I admit their basic plots are dull and uninteresting, but I went to the Cinema to see the Avengers team up, argue over what to do about the enemy and then fight it off and that's what I got...
    Ultron saddened Me and I still can't quite put my finger on it, beyond Stark's Dumbening by causing it all in the first place and then talking them all into doing it again... Sounds like insanity awaits.

    So I've waited how long for Infinity War?... BORED. Yup, thanks to Black Panther and the increase in visual effects wherever possible... I'm done. I watched it twice, after a decade of waiting? Was it that long? I can't remember. I knew sod all about him during Avengers Assemble and the dread sunk in and... Yeah, now I know exactly how this is going to play out... I'm not remotely worried about anybody other than Stark, who's obviously going to die to rectify everything. Is there some mystery behind Dr. Stranger saving Stark other than, the only version of events he saw, included Stark surviving the click of the thumb moment... It's... it's actually quite insulting and I'm pretty dumb as it is :/ I want to like it, I've waited so long but... There's no threat, it's all going to be fine. I mean the only impactual moment really, honestly was Spiderman dying... but since we're seeing endless reminders about the upcoming sequel... I'm starting to think that the Marvel universe is soon going to be about as threatening as the Monty Python Cinematic Universe!
    STARK: Omg! Peter's gone! He's dead! He followed me up here into space and he's dead! What the hell am I going to tell Aunt...
    Peter interrupts.
    PETER: I'm not dead!
    STARK: What? Of course you are!
    PETER: I'm /not!/
    STARK: Well you're on your way out.
    PETER: I feel fine!
    STARK: I better bury him before his Aunt finds out.
    PETER: I think I'll go for a walk!
    STARK: Maybe cremation...
    PETER: I feel happy! I feel happy!
    Thanos thumps Peter on the head and nods at Stark. Stark nods back.
    I was almost expecting this as the post credit sequence... Only I get the introduction of somebody I've never heard of, but is instantly one of Fury's best friends, who just happens to carry round her number incase the shit hits the fan...
    Yes, I know there's plenty to read and look up on Captain Marvel! But to me that's always going to be Billy Batson anyway. I'm just getting the Feminist Vibe off her already, like I did the BLM Vibe from Black Panther. Do I really want to see a Marvel Movie about Mary Sue?
    This is a blend of opinion and fear. I'd love to be wrong. But I already know they're all coming back to life. The only people i'm worried about are Stark and Barton. I mean he didn't just show them a picture of his Family, he introduced us all to them and then didn't show up in the first movie...
    Please, somebody say something to change my mind. I love enjoying the Marvel movies... I waited for Infinity War for so long and... Yeah, everybody blabbed about it so that the non Comic followers like Me know almost as much as the rest of you. Great, I love surprise endings where the bad guy wins... but this wasn't a surprise. I felt like Marvel were holding my hand :(

  • Cabbadath B
    Cabbadath B 11 days ago +7

    I turned off AdBlock, and set the video to loop. Because you deserve it.

  • Jason Jacobs
    Jason Jacobs 11 days ago +1

    23:20 how it feels to play dwarf fortress

  • Matt
    Matt 11 days ago +2

    It felt rushed. It felt a bit messy. It felt like there was 2 movies worth of plot squeezed down to 1. It made the pacing was tiresome. They made the exact opposite mistake that the Hobbit makers did. Why?
    Other than that I agree. The writing, acting, and most of all, the discipline and foresight to bring it all together is absolutely praiseworthy.

    • FiggerNaggot
      FiggerNaggot 10 days ago

      Matt
      So that this movie wasn’t spilt up into 4 fucking years

  • Billy Ray
    Billy Ray 11 days ago

    Thanks for reading the whole story out for no reason good review

  • tshred666
    tshred666 11 days ago

    I’d love an MCU movie with Strange, Stark, and Reed Richards. Imagine, the three biggest dicks in the marvel universe in one movie.

  • tvlover17
    tvlover17 12 days ago

    I know people are drawn to hatred. But this, in a dark dreary world we need more showing the good and greatness in things.

  • Dcarpman77
    Dcarpman77 12 days ago

    I don’t understand why people just recap this stuff like we didn’t watch the movie. I just wanna hear what he thinks not get a refresher course.

  • Adrian Carrera
    Adrian Carrera 12 days ago

    What’s the point of the first 30 min

  • courtney savage
    courtney savage 12 days ago

    Not the same if you don't hate it, I unsubbed.....no im joking but seriously though hate some shit

  • Patrick Kiely
    Patrick Kiely 12 days ago

    Oh fuck off

  • Camila de Aquino
    Camila de Aquino 12 days ago

    I definitively prefer the appreciation! Loved this video, the world needs less hate.

  • Bryon Lape
    Bryon Lape 12 days ago +1

    I really hope Bucky stays dead.

  • Bryon Lape
    Bryon Lape 12 days ago

    It was ok. Wish it was the actual end of the MCU

  • Mr Sedlav
    Mr Sedlav 12 days ago

    I was extremely happy that the Russo brothers once again gave space to tension and sadness within a mcu film instead of putting cringy jokes every 3 seconds.They are the only ones who understand that kids in the audience are not idiots and are capable of handling a little bit of anxiety while watching a film

  • Kisame Hoshigaki
    Kisame Hoshigaki 13 days ago

    The last thing I expected to feel in the movie was sadness, I was actually close to tears when Thanos "had to" kill his daughter. I really feel with Thanos and it is hard for me to actually find a true villain in this movie.

  • Conanmorlang
    Conanmorlang 13 days ago

    Whoa, great video. Watched it in one go. Completely agree. I really want to watch all the MCU movies again.

  • Jimmy eatsom
    Jimmy eatsom 13 days ago

    It is impossible to hate on this movie. Maybe, and this is a big maybe, but maybe you could hate it if you 1) hated comic book movies, 2) Watched only this one in isolation, 3) Found it impossible to see eye to eye with Thanos' motivations. Then it might be conceivable that you could hate on this movie. But honestly, it really is a fantastic benchmark in cinematic history. To so soundly tie so many story threads together and still introduce a Villain worthy of the name. On their own, the Marvel movies are not masterpieces. But as a collection, this is cinematic art and a fucking masterpiece.

  • Fuckbøi Mansøn
    Fuckbøi Mansøn 13 days ago

    I always wondered why spiderman had no reaction to aliens coming to earth i know he was around during the 1st invasion as a kid but seeing them in person & being apart of it as a farely new hero should get sum sort of response 🤔

  • goukigp01
    goukigp01 13 days ago

    So watching this vid is just a play-by-play of the plot. Where's the content?

  • Jason Voorhees
    Jason Voorhees 13 days ago +1

    Hey Mauler playing favorites huh?
    Why does this tripe get a pass for the same shit you hated on Star Wars?

  • Jason Voorhees
    Jason Voorhees 13 days ago +1

    This is an objectively bad movie. Mauler don't know shit. XD

    • FiggerNaggot
      FiggerNaggot 10 days ago +1

      Jason Voorhees
      You’ll get attention one day man just keep trying

  • Julian Smit
    Julian Smit 13 days ago

    3:20 Directly to Sanctum Sanctorum*

  • Matthew Conrad
    Matthew Conrad 13 days ago

    I may be in the minority but I prefer positive videos to angry ones. I especially enjoyed how well thought out your conclusions were. I had never seen the parallel between Tony in Civil War and Starlord here.
    Additionally thanks for giving attention to the heart wrenching performance Elizabeth Olsen gives. I feel like she has been overlooked by many people who prefer to mock her accent.

    • Jason Voorhees
      Jason Voorhees 13 days ago +1

      Marvel movies are just Star Wars movies in a different skin.
      It's just a palete swap man.

  • michele Lyons
    michele Lyons 13 days ago

    I cannot agree with you. This movie was ugly, dark and depressing. Real life is filled with more than enough of these qualities, I do not enjoy them in my entertainment.

    • Nate Baldwin
      Nate Baldwin 13 days ago

      I think not addressing dark ugly and depressing things makes for a very dull movie but hey each to their own

    • Jason Voorhees
      Jason Voorhees 13 days ago

      Marvel movies are just Star Wars movies in a different skin.
      It's just a palete swap man.

  • Dioneysis Rosario
    Dioneysis Rosario 13 days ago

    It's weird, Hulk is in the promotional material for Infinity war and is even seen running with the team in Wakanda. I wonder why nobody mentioned that.

    • Jason Voorhees
      Jason Voorhees 13 days ago +1

      Yeah that's called false advertising they did it with deadpool 2 as well.
      They even admitted it. look it up.

  • J.B.
    J.B. 13 days ago

    I'm a first time viewer and came for the word "unbridled"

  • Mad Cinder
    Mad Cinder 14 days ago

    Back at the donut we see that Dr Strange is being tortured by Squidward.

  • Reathonax X
    Reathonax X 14 days ago

    Are you just explaining the plot? I've seen the film, 5 minutes into this and you're not giving me anything more than a plot summary.

  • PurpleMustache0
    PurpleMustache0 14 days ago

    i'll do you one better. why is avengers

  • TRUEMIXEDBLOOD
    TRUEMIXEDBLOOD 14 days ago

    Fantastic video, I think you could benefit from having both Unbridled Rage and Praise videos going into the future, as it adds variety to your channel. Not that I dislike you're channel, as I'm a fan, but this could be a good step forward and worthy addition to your channel.

  • IMMentat
    IMMentat 14 days ago

    Weird how thanos decides to wipe out half of a group of surviviors who are themselves a fraction of their original population right at the start of the movie.

  • Red is dead
    Red is dead 14 days ago

    "peter stunning him, spider man webbing him"
    me: ooohhhh starlord.

  • RobotShlomo
    RobotShlomo 14 days ago

    "Because in a dreary world, beacons of hope and justice can offer some comfort".

    You've said it all right there, my good man.

  • Rogelio Baez
    Rogelio Baez 14 days ago

    This video made me hard. 🤔

  • GM
    GM 14 days ago +1

    Kinda dickriding the movie aren't cha? Even the few stupid scenes are works of art in your eyes.

  • Artificial Gravitas
    Artificial Gravitas 15 days ago

    Why couldn't Thanos just sell contraceptives, isn't that so much easier?