The most intriguing survivor is Nebula, as she's also a daughter of Thanos and has the mother of all grudges against him.
This is only the latest intense ordeal that Smith has suffered through in recent months, as he fought through a near-fatal heart attack in February. There are countless superhero movie fans in India, but Infinity War is suitable for pretty much anybody who likes big, loud action blockbusters even if the plot will be mostly incomprehensible. Going by the box office numbers alone, the third installment of the Avengers franchise has stormed into the record books and become the highest grossing Hollywood film in India. Do you want to do Terminator Salvation?' (which was released in 2009) and I was, like: 'No, I really don't'.
Other reactions seemed to follow a similar theme - adding that the film is packed with twists and surprises. It was the biggest opening day for a film in South Korea, Brazil, Hong Kong and the Philippines. You can spot a blue-skinned man with a mustache that only Tobias would ever wear during a scene in the movie that's set in the Collector's chamber. This is an uncharacteristic turn from Stephen, to say the least. What better way for little ones to get to know their heroes than by creating some of the story themselves. All of these developments appear to have irreversibly changed the universe but that may not be the case. There is, however, a deeper emotion at work when it comes to Thanos and his relationship with the rest of the MCU.
They continue to drive down a crowded street, when a van suddenly skids and crashes directly in front of them. 'Infinity War' weaves together the whole universe that has been explored for the last 10 years and does so with a memorable and must-see theatrical experience. While you certainly don't need to watch all 18 films leading to this, having done so lends a deeper appreciation of every second of the 160-minute run time.
In the images, Steve Rogers and the Hulk appear identical but Tony Stark has changed. "I hope the film does really good".
Among the less enthusiastic were Time Out, which called it "an overstuffed sausage of summer entertainment", and Slant magazine, which said it was "all manic monotony" but "passably numbing in the moment".