Movie Review: Eternals

Become a mighty army of ten superheroes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, whose task is to bring to the screen the Oscar-winning director Chloe Jao. Along with a long line of famous stars like Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Kit Harington, then the expectations of the audience for that film also increase manifold. This is the reason why there is a lot of enthusiasm among the audience for the Hollywood film ‘Eternals’. Unlike the breath-taking action and adventure of the old MCU films, this film is more on humanity, emotions, stagnation, diversity Emphasis has been placed, which may leave MCU fans who have been obsessed with the magic of ‘Avengers’ a little.

Story

The story is about ten immortal superheroes Eternals, who are sent from the universe to save humans. All of them follow the instructions of the extremely powerful Arishem. These Eternals have been protecting the Earth from demon-like Deviants for 7000 years living an anonymous life. These Eternals are headed by Azac (Salma Hayek), who runs the rest of the Eternals according to the instructions of Erishem. At the same time, the most powerful in the team is Ikaris (Richard Madden).

Apart from them, the mighty Gilgamesh (Don Lee), the emotional Sarsi (Gema Chan), the mighty Fastos (Brian Tyree Henry), Hasod Kingo (Kumail Ali Nanjiani), the fast-paced Makkari (Lauren Ridloff-Lauren Ridloff), the mighty Thea (Angelina Jolie), Others are mind-capturing Druog (Barry Keoghan-Barry Keoghan) and transformative Sprite (Lia McHugh). After the destruction of Deviants, all these Eternals are living as normal human beings in different places, according to Azac.

The most interesting of these for the Indian audience is the jugalbandi of Kingo and his manager Karun i.e. Harish Patel, who became a Bollywood star. The pair’s comedy makes for laughs, but it also rekindles the American view of the Hindi film industry as mere pranksters. Well, they all regroup when they sense a greater threat, but only then do they realize that their real enemies are not actually the Deviants. They come to know about a deep secret related to their existence, due to which they are torn apart. Why does all this happen? what happens next? All this will be known by watching the film.

Review

After ‘Avengers’ ‘Eternals’ is definitely another ambitious endeavor of the MCU. This time around, for the first time, they’ve created a diverse team ranging from deaf-mute to gay superheroes, giving priority to emotion over action. The production design, visual effects, music are fine, but this 7000-year-long film travels from Mesopotamia to Babylon, from Mumbai to London, from BC to the Gupta period, to remember this puzzle. Difficult to get.

Even between so many characters in the film and the stories of all of them, the audience remains confused. The action sequences seem weak in many places. Not getting enough opportunities for actors like Angelina Jolie, Kit Harington also disappoints. However, the final revelations keep the wait for the next sequel.

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