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Did Avengers: Infinity War’s Ending Live Up To All The Hype?

By now, we've had several days to process the many (many) events and consequences of Avengers: Infinity War. It's a film that's had the internet buzzing and fans gushing about what they've seen, because let's face it: this was a titanic cinematic event that left us all breathless at the best of times.

By now, we’ve had several days to process the many (many) events and consequences of Avengers: Infinity War. It’s a film that’s had the internet buzzing and fans gushing about what they’ve seen, because let’s face it: this was a titanic cinematic event that left us all breathless at the best of times.

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That said, there’s one aspect of the movie that annoyed longtime Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fans: the ending. After such a long build-up and so many teases of huge surprises, was it as satisfying and shocking as the filmmakers promised?

We don’t think so, and that’s what we’ll be chatting about in more detail. Look, this doesn’t mean that the pic was a complete failure or that it’s a terrible movie – quite the contrary – it’s just an honest conversation about an aspect of it that we can’t ignore.

Before we venture deep into spoiler territory here, consider this your final warning. We’ll be discussing key happenings in Infinity War, so if you’re one of the two people who still haven’t watched it yet, please bookmark this page and come back after you’ve seen it. We’ll be waiting.


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Sergio Pereira
SERGIO PEREIRA is a speculative fiction writer from Johannesburg, South Africa. He has a strong interest in comic books, film, music and comedy. When he's not reading or writing, he enjoys a game of Pro Evolution Soccer, watching football, catching up on films, and playing with his dog. His short stories have appeared in various magazines and anthologies, such as Devolution Z, Death Throes, Centum Press's 100 Voices, and Tales from the Lake: Vol. 3 from Crystal Lake Publishing.