Avengers 3: Infinity War (Blu-ray)

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Movies & TV
27 Aug 2018
Marvel Universe
Region B
Supply Source
South Africa


Avengers: Infinity War
Release Year
Running Time
149 min
Alternate Title
Avengers: Infinity War: The IMAX Experience
Action/Adventure / Action / Adventure / Battles / Fantasy / Mutants / Space / Superheroes
Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Spider Man (Tom Holland), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and all the other Avengers unite to assemble their power in order to fight the necessary battle against their biggest collective enemy, Thanos (Josh Brolin), before he can wreak his havoc across the entire world. Scarlett Johansson, Benedict Cumberbatch, Vin Diesel, Chris Evans, Karen Gillan, Zoe Saldana, and Dave Bautista also star. Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo.
Cast & Crew
Anthony Russo / Joe Russo
Robert Downey / Chris Hemsworth / Chris Evans / Scarlett Johansson / Mark Ruffalo
Bradley Cooper / Vin Diesel / Kerry Condon
Michael Douglas / Gwyneth Paltrow / Don Cheadle / Marija Abney / Isabella Amara / Angela Bassett / Jacob Batalon / Dave Bautista / Paul Bettany / Chadwick Boseman / Sergio Briones / Josh Brolin / Linda Cardellini / Kerry Condon / Carrie Coon / Benedict Cumberbatch / Benicio Del Toro / Peter Dinklage / Ethan Dizon / Winston Duke / Idris Elba / David Escobar / Tiffany Espensen / Jon Favreau / Daniela Gaskie / Martavious Gayles / John Gettier / Karen Gillan / Sean Gunn / Danai Gurira / Cecil M. Henry / Tom Hiddleston / Tom Holland / William Hurt / Hyejin Jang / Blair Jasin / Floyd Anthony Johns / Florence Kasumba / Kejuan London Keith / Slim Khezri / Mallory Kidwell / Pom Klementieff / Devin Koehler / Chase Ledgerwood / Anthony Mackie / Luke Maher / Perla Middleton / Michael Pierino Miller / Marie Mouroum / Callan Mulvey / Terry Notary / Elizabeth Olsen / Harrison Osterfield / Edward Parker / Annie Pisapia / Chris Pratt / Jeremy Renner / Paul Rudd / Zoe Saldana / Sebastian Stan / Tom Vaughan-Lawlor / Benedict Wong / Letitia Wright / Michael David Yuhl / Matthew Zuk
Christopher Markus / Stephen McFeely
Alan Silvestri
Special Effects
Barry McQueary
Director of Photography
Trent Opaloch
David Farmer / Nia Hansen
Sound Re-Recording
Tom Johnson
Stunt Coordinator
Vic Armstrong
Set Decorator
Leslie Pope
Mary Castor
Special Effects Supervisor
Daniel Sudick
Supervising Art Director
Ray Chan
Movie Critics
Chicago Sun-Times
"[A] massively enjoyable and just plain massive candy-colored thrill ride adventure..."
Richard Roeper (25 Apr 2018, )
5 stars out of 5 -- "Miraculously, this smashes right through your expectations and delivers shock after shock."
Helen O'Hara (24 Apr 2018, )
Entertainment Weekly
"[T]here is something thrilling about watching just how much fun the Russos and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are having messing with the fans here." -- Grade: B
Chris Nashawaty (24 Apr 2018, )
Hollywood Reporter
"The Brothers Russo directed the last two CAPTAIN AMERICA features and have a breezy approach that prevents the action here from sagging....And the scale of that action is astonishing."
Todd McCarthy (24 Apr 2018, )
Los Angeles Times
"[A] brisk, propulsive, occasionally rousing and borderline-gutsy continuation of a saga that finally and sensibly seems to be drawing to a close."
Justin Chang (24 Apr 2018, )
"The Russos swagger headfirst into melodrama here, more blatantly than in any previous Marvel film they've directed....The gambit works, mostly, because the story is an operatic tragedy that necessarily has to end with the heroes in a deep, dark place."
Matt Zoller Seitz (24 Apr 2018, )
Rolling Stone
3 stars out of 4 -- "Thanos is a Marvel villain for the ages thanks to the actor, who gives this Mad Titan a tragic dimension and damn near steals the movie."
Peter Travers (24 Apr 2018, )
The Atlantic
"Brolin’s Thanos is an unexpectedly resonant monster, filled with sadness and even a perverse sense of honor."
Christopher Orr (26 Apr 2018, )
Total Film
5 stars out of 5 -- "Packed with incident from the off, its an onslaught of action, thrills, gags, and gasps, played out with an ensemble so gigantic it leaves all other extended universe crossovers in the dust."
Total Film Staff (24 Apr 2018, )
"[W]atching AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR is like going to a theme park and taking three spins on every ride there....A sleekly witty action opera."
Owen Glieberman (24 Apr 2018, )
Washington Post
"[F]iercely entertaining....A film that, while very funny for much of its 2?½ -hour running time, ends on an almost stunningly somber note."
(24 Apr 2018, )

Customer Reviews

Perfectly Balanced

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Infinity War is an amazing culmination of the past 10 years of Marvel movies. It's a gripping experience and one you won't soon forget.


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A extremely brilliant movie

Avengers: Infinity War Will Dazzle, Stagger, and Rile You Up

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For their 19th film, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is looking to shake things up in a significant way. Marvel Studios has adhered to formula before, building a brand name with superhero feats of strength and crisis-solving, spinning an intricate web of characters and motivations. With “Avengers: Infinity War,” the company is looking to add a more pronounced element of surprise, uniting all the big names and fringe players for battle against a powerful foe, and one who’s capable of wiping out the universe with the snap of his fingers. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo try to make the specialty of the community effort unique, generating a sprawling epic that crosses galaxies and takes lives, ordering up towering action sequences and primal emotions, delivering the most psychologically complex MCU event yet. “Infinity War” isn’t concerned with endings, but as set-ups go, it’s a humdinger, going apocalyptic while still retaining familiar beats of humor, heart, and body-smashing confrontations.

“Infinity War” travels from location to location, ending up in a few familiar places (including a return to Wakanda mere months after the release of “Black Panther”), and it juggles a large ensemble of characters with startling success, using themes of love and sacrifice to bind the group closer together, giving the comic book soap opera some consequence, especially between the secret lovers in the group. “Infinity War” does conclude with a cliffhanger (the follow-up is due next summer), ending the picture on a slightly underwhelming note, but the Russos and the MCU are creating something expansive and surprising here that genuinely thrills and chills for what’s actually the first half of battle royal I’m positive most fans won’t ever want to see the end of.