Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
[#NOSPOILERS POST – PART OF THIS CONTENT IS TAKEN FROM MY POST YESTERDAY ON @karthikabhiram]Avengers: Infinity War (2018)Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo "Have you ever seen this really old movie "Aliens"?" I watched "Avengers: Infinity War" for the second time a couple of days ago. I booked in 2D this time, and in one of the new PVR Cinemas that has opened – this is in Panjagutta, in Next Galleria Mall. I loved the movie, of course, and probably now, rewatching all those moments and great scenes, confirmed this as a 10/10 movie for me. By now though since many people have seen it more than once, the audience participation was less. There is a certain charm in seeing it early, or on opening day, and participating in the hooting and cheering. This time watching in 2D and that too in a new theatre, the image quality was bright and excellent. One can appreciate the CG work on Thanos better – though at some points the CG was not as good as in other places, when it was on, it was on and how! You could make out so many details and nuanced expressions on his face. I could also make out some of the swear words that were muted, more than the first time I saw it! (Yes, although no scenes are cut in India, our Censor board has muted some of the swear words, and they blurred Star-Lord showing the finger.) Also, I observed something that I missed the first time that @newrockstars pointed out – the post credits scene has only one cut – after the two characters get out of the car, the rest of the scene is a single take. Next, once this movie comes out on digital, I would like to see it in the IMAX aspect ratio (at Hyderabad we got the 2.35:1 version only and not the Digital IMAX 1.9:1 version). I drew Spider-Man in his Iron Spider suit. He was one of my favourite characters from the movie and Tom Holland's acting was great. The drawing was done with @Prismacolor pencils, 0.5mm 2B pencil on Brustro sketchbook and scanned. One bit of trivia: Spider-Man making a reference to a James Cameron movie is interesting, because I believe Cameron worked on a Spider-Man movie in the 1990s, elements of which made it to the 2002 Sam Raimi version. #344 / 10-May-18
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