Eternal review roundup: Chloe Zhao’s film is ‘epic, and full of emotion’

The Eternals continue the legacy left by their predecessors, The Marvels. This is Zhao’s first directorial debut. (Photo Credit: @Marvelcinematicuniverse/twitter)

The Eternals continue the legacy left by their predecessors, The Marvels. This is Zhao’s first directorial debut. (Photo Credit: @Marvelcinematicuniverse/twitter)

Marvel’s latest superhero film “Eternal” had its world premiere in Los Angeles on Monday and was one of Marvel Studios’ biggest events of the year, with the entire cast and crew walking the red carpet.

Walking the stars included Angelina Jolie, who portrays Thena in the science-fiction flick.

“Eternals” will introduce a group of ten new superheroes to the MCU, who have lived on Earth for 7,000 years and have quietly oversaw humanity but stayed out of human wars. While Thanos’ cousin Thea appears in the film, Makri is Marvel’s first deaf character.

Fandango’s Eric Davis, a film critic, called the film “brilliantly funny and rich”, from Aaron Couch. Hollywood Reporter Described it as “the most different from any Marvel film”.

Collider’s Perry Nemiroff, Steve Weintraub and Christina Radisch said:

‘eternal’ Earlier scheduled to release on November 6, 2020, it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as was the case with many other films. The film was later pushed back to February 2021, before finally releasing on November 5.

“The Rider” is Zhao’s fourth film after “Songs My Brothers Taught Me” in 2015. in 2017, and ‘Nomadland’ in 2020. The film was co-written by Zhao, Patrick Burley, Ryan Firpo and Kaz Firpo.

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