The third MCU film of the year, Eternals, was shown to Finnish media today. The cereal package was naturally in place.
The actual Eternals review will be released in Muro closer to the premiere on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, but below you can read the spoiler-free first feelings from Joonas Pikkarainen, Aki Lehti and Tatu Junn.
The whole trio thought the Eternals were quite disappointing.
The well-launched fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will end short when the first failure of the new chapter arrives on the big screen. Directed by Chloé Zhao, the Eternals is an almost three-hour mammoth anesthetic nonsense, the only merit of which seems to be the introduction of the next Marvel villain – I guess. In the MCU plunged into the multiverse, the Eternals showcases immortal superheroes bearing their name who have lived and shaped human history for millennia. Millions of millennials also seem to take place when watching, as the film doesn’t have to be constantly underlining for viewers from the beginning, what’s all right about it and why the characters haven’t been seen before now. The end result is a evenly thick production that doesn’t really get angry or delight, but doesn’t quite remember. The characters themselves also feel like just copies of other superheroes, and they don’t have a personality. Thus, an hour after the final texts, as I gathered my thoughts, I find that the Eternals have almost completely wiped out their minds.
Quite a total mess that didn’t dare to be as good as you sometimes suggested! Eternals could easily have been the best Marvel movies, but now it’s the worst. At times, there is passelie indie drama and individual emotions on the verge of massive cosmic events. But horrible cgi effects had been slipped over it, which were just a parody. I was expecting extreme violence – so much came to mind about The Boys series of cosplay costumes. Hopefully Zhao got a huge reward from the Eternals to make more real movies. The best thing about the whole clip was that he sometimes forgot to watch the latest installment in the Marvel movie series that Kevin Feigen forced.
The sci-fi of the 1970s, alternative history, and stories about ancient space creatures are close to my heart, so I expected a lot from Eternals. Well, I shouldn’t have. The film’s idea of superheroes guiding humanity is teasing, but Chloé Zhao spends far too little time visualizing Jack Kirby’s wild visions on the big screen and far too much time traveling around the globe, spiritless action scenes, and an interpersonal drill. The story is ultimately very simple, but it has been swollen with a thousand yeast cubes, in vain. The $ 200 million budget does show, but I’d rather have taken a $ 20 million superhero drama from Nomadland-Zhao. It would certainly have been more interesting than this oversized and sprawling clump – with the opening ads and final texts, you can sit in the hall for closer than three hours. It’s an excruciatingly long time when the film stumbles so badly. I’ve been watching MCU movies on the big screen since 2008. This was the first time I slept by the big screen.
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