'Eternals' review: Marvel goes epic with a huge step in a new direction


The latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe takes some bold steps that result in an entertaining but flawed movie. – Photos: Walt Disney Company Malaysia



To fully appreciate the Eternals, you need to understand the full scale of this family of god-like superheroes created by the late legendary comics creator Jack ‘The King’ Kirby in 1976.

Their story is one that spans thousands of years, and they don’t play by the same rules as the other superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). In fact, so much greater is their purpose compared to the rest of the MCU that they only answer to one gigantic cosmic entity, one that literally dwarfs everything else in the universe.

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7.5 10

Summary:

Marvel tries something different, and (mostly) succeeds

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