We Need to Talk About the Ending of Avengers: Infinity War

We Need to Talk About the Ending of Avengers: Infinity War

We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>

Last weekend Avengers: Infinity War attained more than $ 640 million at the global box office–and at the least $ 258 million of that come back here domestic theaters, a number that easily bests previous record holder Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This is relevant for two reasons: One, holy crap that’s a lot of money. Two, it means we can finally talk about this movie freely since pretty much anyone who wanted to see it has now done so, apparently.

That’s good; there’s a lot to discuss. It was pretty much inevitable, considering the 18 previous movies it had to tie together, that Infinity War was going to be the most jam-packed Marvel Cinematic Universe cinema ever. And it was. From the remains of Asgard to the borders of Wakanda to the Collector’s museum on Knowhere, it traversed the entire MCU and managed to not be a total mess.( Not an easy feat .) It also had some great guest appearances and more than a few astonishingly touching moments.

We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>
We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>
We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>
We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>
We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>

We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>

We Need To Talk About The Ending Of <em> Avengers: Infinity War </em>

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