Despite huge expectations, the upcoming production “Eternos” failed to win international reviews and became Marvel Studios’ lowest-rated film.
After opening with a solid 70% approval, the feature fell into the concept of international experts and even got the “rotten” seal at Rotten Tomatoes. Now production resides with a mere 60% approval, with a score of 6/10 based on 121 reviews. On Metacritic, the work scored 55, indicating “mixed reviews.”
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“‘Eternals’ might not be the worst Marvel movie, but it is certainly the most disappointing” – BBC.com.
“‘Eternos’ is a Marvel ‘Suicide Squad’ … with a slightly better ending” – Below the Line.
“The experience of the Eternals on Earth spans thousands of years – and, with the help of a solid cast, [a diretora Chloé] Zhao follows their despair and wonder as history watchers ”- The Atlantic.
“You go out [da sala de cinema] with the depressing realization that he’s seen one of Marvel’s most interesting movies – and hopefully the least interesting Chloe Zhao will make ”- Los Angeles Times.
“It’s worth watching just to experience this bizarre tale” – Uproxx.
Revision | Eternos is Marvel’s most artistic, complex and original film… for better or for worse!
Remember that the feature film arrives in national cinemas on November 4.
‘Eternals’ follows the journey of quasi-immortal beings, products of the evolutionary divergence that gave birth to the human race millennia ago. The characters relate to several concepts already introduced in previous universe films, from the Celestials (who came out in “Guardians of the Galaxy”) to Thanos, whose own mother was one of his victims.
The cast also includes Salma Hayek (Ajak), Kumail Nanjiani (Kingo), Lauren Ridloff (Makkari), Brian Tyree Henry (Phastos), Lia McHugh (Sprite), Gemma Chan (Sersi), Kit Harington (Black Knight), Barry Kheogan (Druig) and Richard Madden (Ikaris).
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