Kompilasi Komentar Positif dan Negatif untuk “Avengers: Infinity War”


Kompilasi Komentar Positif dan Negatif untuk “Avengers: Infinity War”

Sudah siap menonton “Avengers: Infinity War”?

by Febrina Anindita


Foto: Time

Sudah siap menonton “Avengers: Infinity War”? Setelah ditunggu-tunggu oleh para movie buff, film teranyar dan termegah dari Marvel Comics ini hadir dengan menawarkan cerita yang menggabungkan superhero dan villain terdepan sebagai pemerannya. Untuk menyambut film ini, kami mengumpulkan kompilasi komentar positif dan negatif dari beberapa media yang telah menyaksikan film ini:

“Easily the best Marvel movie ever made, this is also shaping up to be one of the great blockbusters of the 21st-century.”
James Mottram (South China Morning Post)

“It took us 19 movies over a span of 11 years to finally reach this destination. The end result? “Infinity War” is just too much of everything.”
Jordan Ruimy (World of Reel)

“Buckle up, folks, because this is the movie Marvel has been building toward for a decade, and it’s astonishing.”
Sean P. Means (Salt Lake Tribune)

“It’s too much. Too many characters, too much action, too much everything. It’s a superhero surplus with too many heroes and not enough screen. It’s Infinity overload.”
Adam Graham (Detroit News)

“Sitting through its 2 hours and 30 minutes is like gorging on tapas: You wind up both overstuffed and unsatisfied.”
Sam Adams (Slate)

“Even by Marvel’s own standards of serviceable mediocrity, Infinity War fails.”
John Semley (Globe and Mail)

“Infinity War is big, blustery and brave, taking viewers to places that they may not be used to going.”
Michael O’Sullivan (Washington Post)

“Infinity War is a wildly ambitious and entertaining ride in which good old fashioned team work just about carries the day.”
Geoffrey Macnab (Independent (UK))

“The cliffhanger climax of Infinity War left the audience at my screening in a state that I can only describe with the most tired of critical clichés: They were stunned.”
Alan Scherstuhl (Village Voice)

“Throughout the film, rapidity of dialogue and drama is mistaken for actual rhythm, of which directors Anthony and Joe Russo have one mode: pedal-to-the-metal pandemonium.”
Keith Uhlich (Slant Magazine)

“It pays off the emotional investment movie audiences have been making in these characters for years, sometimes in genuinely heart-wrenching ways.”
Bryan Bishop (The Verge)

“For the first time in a while, I can’t wait to see what happens next.”
Alex Abad-Santos (Vox)

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