Keegs 🌈’s review published on Letterboxd:
"The noblest end..."
The culmination of a decade of cinema, Avengers: Infinity War signals what genuinely feels like the end of an era. Trimmed of all fat, the Russo Brothers' shot at Aveng'ing is a phenomenal epic that spans galaxies and drops jaws from beginning to end. Unlike previous entries in the series, here the stakes feel genuine, threatening and quite real.
Best left unspoiled, but this is an electrifying, though sometimes shallow, delight for fans.
MVP: Tom Holland’s tearjerking moment.
Fatal Flaw: Peter Dinklage’s worst performance ever.