Guys, I'll be honest. I don't get all the in's and out's of this movie. I had to go because it was the end to the most successful franchise in movie history and the most successful movie ever (as of this writing). How in the world they made this movie is beyond my understanding - the schedules, the budget, the personnel management, finalizing a script - how? I can't finalize a script when I'm working with one other person. It's interesting how simple the film needs to be in its dialogue to ensure all audiences can keep up, but it's equally interesting how those scenes are used as transitions that take us from one incredible action moment to the next. Josh Brolin, "Thanos", is one of the better evil characters I've seen. I don't think his reasoning for killing off the human race makes much sense, but he's believable enough and such a baller actor that I almost miss his immature lines. The movie could've been ruined for me with Brie Larson's "Captain Marvel" character. I didn't watch "Captain Marvel" and so I didn't understand how strong her super powers were. Let's just say, as the average Joe watcher, she's actually too strong. I couldn't take it - I laughed, but I got over it, and enjoyed the film in the end. Chris Evans, "Captain America", makes this film so amazing. BUT that ending! Oh my goodness - no! I really don't know why they went in that direction with "Captain America". Everyone else's "ending" made sense, except for his. Nonetheless, so many moving parts and crossing storylines, I don't have much to complain about. I'm glad we can take a breather for maybe a year or two until they ramp up some other huge super hero franchise.
How Did They Do This?
Reviewed By: Steven Siwek