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Perhaps studio's are just trying to milk as much money from comic book movie goers by churning out movie after movie after movie. Hardly a month goes by without another hitting the big screen. Whilst visually these movies are great what they do lack is adequate comprehensible screenplay. Infinity War is one that just seems to amble on despite a week storyline. Messy from the start and never really amounts to much at all. It's a movie that thinks it is bigger than it is.
It was OK but nowhere as enjoyable as the first. Not sure how many more gags you could fit in to a movie and perhaps that is where is fails slightly. A laugh a minute ? yup ... A Laugh every 10 seconds ? Nope. It was fun and worth the watch but not brilliant. Should this movie have only be given a 15 cert in the UK ? most definitely not this should have been an 18 all day long, gratuitous violence, foul language and nudity. Not sure how much more was needed for the movie to be given 18 ! Yes by giving it an 18 would have limited it's audience for a comic book movie but personally I feel we need to try and limit the exposure to teenagers.
I just don't get it I really don't. I found this dull as dish water lacking in .... well .... almost everything. Songs are sickly acting mediocre and just generally not as good as some make it out to be. La La Land it isn't it's just a little lazy and trying to ride the crest of a wave .... Badly
A superb Spielberg movie that deserves more credit than it gets.. Possibly one of the best un-biased views of the massacre at the 1972 Munich Olympics you ever see or read. Spielberg does a great job of portraying both sides of the story without malice for either side. What Spielberg did with superb accuracy was to depict the continual loop of violent attack and reprisal that continues to this very day. Thought provoking, emotional and a good adaptation of George Jonas's book Vengeance