H8 Spoilers Review: Avengers Infinity War

    This movie was big and was anticipated ever since we saw the first Iron Man movie to kick off the franchise. How big was this movie for me, well as a football fan I chose this movie over the NFL Draft and was not disappointed. The must see movie of the decade is finally here and I am glad to have a front row seat to capture it all.

A non-spoiler review from someone who hate spoilers

I hate spoilers so much that I literally avoided the last few tv spots, exclusive views, and any non spoiler review from anyone. I did not want anyone to sway my view whatsoever and I am going to try and do that here.

Finally we get to see what we been waiting years to see. Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Black Panther, and the rest of the Avengers pair up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to take on Thanos. You know the deal, it is a fight to keep the Mad Titan (Thanos) from getting all of the Infinity Stones. And this movie doesn’t disappoint.

Action, humor, suspense all from our favorite characters interacting with one another. We all wanted to see what would happen when Spider-Man met Dr. Strange, Thor met the Guardians of the Galaxy, and Star Lord butt heads with Iron-Man. We got everything we could imagine and more. This movie is full of excitement and traces all the way back to the first Marvel movie.

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My Rating:

This movie gets a 5/5 for me. I was left wanting more and was mad it was over. Marvel has continued to do a great job with their movies and it shows. DC you guys really need to get your stuff together.

If you have been following the Marvel franchise since the first Iron-Man then you will be glad you saw this movie. It actually does pay off. As far as post-credit scenes there is one at the very end so stick around for that.

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