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Ghostwrite Love

"No, thank you" is what I should've said, But somehow you convinced me again. Heard about all the things you've done, My foundation rumbles, and all my morals crumble. I'm weak, and what's wrong with that? I'll go wherever you are. I'll follow behind.

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’: Devastation with a Cliffhanger

The Harbinger

By Dru Barcelo and Daylin Delgado

After months of theories, and growing tensions, Avengers: Infinity War’s premiere delivered what it promised: the greatest crossover, the worst heartbreaks, and a clean—if uncertain—slate for the future of Marvel.

The prospect of a crossover as big as Marvel did with this film is daunting to any writer, any director, and any producer. In the handling of multiple, parallel storylines that somehow connect, the main plot can become convoluted, and abstract to the viewers. However, the Russo brothers—Anthony and Joseph, the directors—executed their vision for Infinity War, and the merging storylines beautifully.

From the jump, the film recalls Thor-Hulk duo from Thor: Ragnarok, and the Stark-Parker father-son relationship from Spider-Man: Homecoming. Soon after Thanos’s reveal, Tony Stark was introduced to Doctor Strange for a subtly humorous relationship of snarky, mutual respect, and Thor hurtles through space where he meets the…

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