Avengers: Infinity War

 (50,506)8.42 h 29 min2018X-RayPG-13
With the powerful Thanos on the verge of raining destruction upon the universe, the Avengers and their Super Hero allies risk everything in the ultimate showdown of all time.
Anthony RussoJoe Russo
Robert Downey Jr.Chris HemsworthMark Ruffalo
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4.7 out of 5 stars

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SandnoleReviewed in the United States on August 4, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Infinity War is Incredible but the digital download by Amazon is disappointing.
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I absolutely love this movie. It's definitely the darkest of the Marvel movies but still is incredible. The movie is 5 stars

What I am disappointed with and the only reason this is 4 star reviews is my disappointment with getting the digital download with Bonus Content to only find out it does not include the movie commentary audio. One of my favorite things in Special Features on a movie home release is the audio commentary that goes with the movie. I will be very careful from now on in getting the digital version of a movie from Amazon and checking to make sure it has all the same features as other digital downloads would.
377 people found this helpful
Chris GriffinReviewed in the United States on August 30, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Hands down best marvel movie yet
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If i had to come up with a complaint against marvel (which is hard to do) it would be that generally they don't have very high stakes. In comes infinity war. Finally a movie that is as epic as it is hyped to be. I wont ruin the ending, but its a doozy. I put this on par with the original avengers as far as re-watchability. just great fun beginning to end.
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Brandon JamesReviewed in the United States on April 6, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
"Avengers: Infinity War" is the best Marvel film of all time.
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This is actually a two-parter that loosely based on the 1991 graphic novel "The Infinity Gauntlet" where Thanos use the Infinity Gauntlet to wipe out half of life in the universe. Well in the film, the Avengers are still torn apart after the events of "Captain America: Civil War" while Thor & the Hulk were heading to Earth with the Asgardians after the events of "Thor: Ragnarok" when they ran into Thanos who's after the Infinity Stones. Anyway, it was actually split into three stories: Thor meet the Guardians of the Galaxy, Iron Man & Spider-Man meets Doctor Strange and Bruce Banner (who's having trouble transforming into the Hulk) reunites with the rest of the Avengers to warn them about Thanos. It also includes the romance between Scarlet Witch & Vision and the romance between Peter Quill & Gamora. The movie ends when Thanos got all the Infinity Stones and use the Infinity Gauntlet to turns Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Spider-Man, most of the Avengers & Guardians of the Galaxy into dust. It left a cliffhanger where Thanos sit on another planet and watch the sunset. Although it show a post-credit scene where Nick Fury & Maria Hill turns into dust but not before Fury sent a distress signal to contact Captain Marvel (who will be in "Avengers: Endgame").

"Avengers: Infinity War" is one of the best Marvel films of all time. I can't wait until "Avengers: Endgame" come out in theaters on April 26.
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Lynn DodgeReviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
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My family and I are MCU craized people! I am disappointed in pre-ordering this movie that said it would have the Bonus Scenes however, there are none. I may return this to purchase the proper version but not happy that it may cost more. Deceiving Amazon...shame!
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Bookworm™Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
Waste of time: Dumb villain, too many Avengers, and unfinished story
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There are so many problems with this movie it's hard to know where to start. I have seen a lot of the movies in the Marvel cinematic universe including the two previous Avengers, the three Iron Man movies, the first Thor and first Captain America, Spider-Man Homecoming, and both Guardians of the Galaxy, but I still felt kind of lost. The Guardians of the Galaxy don't really mix with the Avengers (a clash of tone), and the CGI villain is just inane. The movie ends on a cliffhanger, but I have no desire to see the sequel. The movies was a waste of talent and a waste of time. Rewatch the first Avengers film instead.
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IndieReaderReviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
How they managed to make this watchable with that many characters is impressive
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This is better than I thought it would be. I used epic willpower to get through Justice League - the main problem was too many characters I not only had never seen but whose stories didn't mesh that well. When I heard how many of Marvel's characters were in this, I thought it might be a hot mess. It wasn't. They did a good job keeping the momentum going, and it wasn't too choppy. You will need to be familiar with a bunch of the Marvel movies. I'd recommend at least watching the first Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor Ragnarok, the most recent Avengers and maybe Dr. Strange if you want a better understanding of his powers and how they work. I'm pretty sure they'll be critical going forward in the sequel to this based on what was revealed so far.

I'm a fan who appreciates the lighter turn of the super hero films. I say that because it seems there are some fans who prefer the more serious vibe, for instance, those that criticize Thor Ragnarok for being too flippant a film. Understandable. Though I feel the newer DC stuff - on the big screen in any case - has gone too broody. Batman makes sense to be broody, that's his thing. Superman just feels weird to me if he's not this super earnest do gooder. I guess that's kind of why I like him. He's unrepentantly cheesy. Feels like we should have at least one of those dudes flying around out there.

Marvel has gone the other way, and Infinity War feels like a culmination of that. I like the jokey take and the various amusing pairings that go on in Infinity War. And I think it's possible the Russo's are better at this than Whedon was in Avengers (1). This had me chuckling more that I expected to be. Even the crew of Guardians of the Galaxy are sharper here. At least, sharper than GotG 2.

I think I'd give this five stars if it didn't end where it did. I, somehow, went into watching this not knowing it was only part of the Infinity Gauntlet storyline. That's frustrating, though I guess the story is big enough to merit two movies. I just felt blindsided by the end. I'm not a fan of cliffhangers in movies.
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J DabellReviewed in the United States on August 12, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
European version is releasing September 3rd....wait for that !!
Ok so this is to just sum up the differential pricing scams that are currently being shown, if you decide you can't wait another month for this title to launch legitimately in the United Kingdom then totally ignore what I'm about to say (type) - this version will be launching on September 3rd and will be priced at 19.99 (pound sterling) which is approximately $27-$29 (USD), this will be the blu ray 3d version, and include a 2d blu ray version and potentially either a digital copy or a dvd version, all of this is of importance as this product will be Region Free and therefore play on all blu ray devices in the United States, it usually takes about a week or two to ship from there to the US and the quality is of the same highest standard as I regularly purchase the 4K versions over here and have the 3D versions shipped from there.
I hope this information is allowed to be posted and I hope it assists you with making the choice or decision of which version you wish to purchase.
Thank you for taking the time to acknowledge this information and I hope everyone enjoys the movie, for me personally I avoided watching it in a packed movie theater and look forward to getting both versions (4K and 3D) very shortly at a much more appropriate price.
385 people found this helpful
kdubReviewed in the United States on January 13, 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
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Why do I watch Superhero movies? To see them win. I went to see this at the cinema, last year. I sat through a couple hours plus, watching them get their asses kicked, knowing that in the end the heroes would win. When they lost I was pissed. So, some time is passed and we're getting close to the release of Captain Marvel and End Game. I decide to rent Infinity war, and watch it again. Wow. It's still hard to watch. More so than I thought it would be. Just me I guess but I think it's so depressing. Also, The writers failed on some of the basic logic, in my opinion. For example, Thanos has Thor by the head and it looks like he could just crush him. But later, Thor takes on the power of a neutron star and survives. I know it's fiction but it should at least follow some simple logic.
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