Eternals Review in word is – simply spectacular epic . The movie is Oscar-winning director Chloe Chao signature style way of narrating ann epic tale. He flips through the story and tells a complex story that spans centuries. Zhao (who also wrote the script) and writers Patrick Beverly, Ryan Fairpo and Kaz Fairpo revive key chapters of the story and make the Eternals one of the most powerful and ancient creatures in the world.
The eternals team, 10 of which so far have been led by its leader Ajak (Selma Hayek), has managed to save humanity from a crisis. Ajax works on behalf of the heavenly Creator – both His Creator and the Creator of all beings in the universe. Eternity collapses in 1500 after the last deviants are killed, but they remain on earth. Today they are all scattered all over the world. One works in a museum in London, another is a Bollywood star, another is a cult leader in the Amazon, and another is a happy father in America.
But if one of them does some mysterious act and wanders around in a new and more aggressive way as free deviation and threatens humanity, they must all come together again. Some hesitate to join because the end of the world is near. There are also internal battles as they attempt to gain a foothold with their new leader, Cersei (Jama Chan), who is unsure why he was chosen as the new leader to fight the great Icarus (Richard Madden). Substitute.
Eternals Review: Simply an Everlasting Entertainer
The Eternals is not your typical superhero movie. You often miss the Avengers while watching the movie (you have been warned). He doesn’t have the charm and charm of the most famous Marvel superheroes. Instead, the MCU takes a big leap and introduces new heroes with countless, sometimes very complex problems. Kids don’t play with Marvel anymore because the Eternals are much better than the Avengers in terms of strength, power and intelligence.
Of course, the adrenaline rush to watch Eternals takes a while compared to previous MCU superhero films. But there is no problem. In the 155th minute, the Eternals were just spending their time creating the story and suspense of the second half.
This is where the real work begins. So you often don’t see that you are looking for a superhero. There is also no particular interest.
Staying true to Eternals Synopsis
The official synopsis describes the Eternals as “ancient aliens who have been living on Earth in secret for thousands of years.”
“Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, an unexpected tragedy forces them out of the shadows to reunite against mankind’s most ancient enemy, The Deviants,” it reads.
Eternals: the casting and performance of the actors are brillant
Angelina Jolie as “fierce warrior” Thena, Richard Madden as “all-powerful” Ikaris, Kit Harington as Dane Whitman (who is human), Barry Keoghan as “aloof loner” Druig, Gemma Chan as “humankind-loving” Sersi, Kumail Nanjiani as “cosmic-powered” Kingo, Salma Hayek as “wise and spiritual leader” Ajak, Lauren Ridloff as “super-fast” Makkari, Brian Tyree Henry as “intelligent inventor” Phastos, Lia McHugh as “eternally young, old-soul” Sprite, Don Lee as “powerful” Gilgamesh.
The character descriptions are from Marvel’s official synopsis — poor Dane Whitman is apparently too boring for any hype. However, he becomes sword-wielding hero Black Knight in the comics, so maybe the company is just keeping that quiet.
The movie will reunite Harington and Madden, who played Jon Snow and Robb Stark in Game of Thrones.
Eternals have a comic history that stretches back to 1976. They were dreamed up by Jack Kirby, co-creator of the Avengers, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men, after he created the very similar New Gods for DC six years earlier. Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige told the Hollywood Reporter that the movie pays tribute to the late artist, who died in 1994