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We are continuing to use our $1.99 month of Disney+ to catch up on movies and save ourselves some money. The Eternals is a strange one in the MCU. Please note there will be spoilers in this review. The supposedly shocking moments were actually extremely predictable. Some programmed beings are not capable of breaking their programming. Whereas others are and I am not clear on that. The same goes for how powerful the Eternals are at first and then later in the movie they are easily killed off. It all seemed to be story based and not any kind of character logic.

There are Celestials out there in space that are creating galaxies. They seed a planet with new Celestials to continue the process. The Celestials need intelligent life on a planet for them to hatch out of the planet like an egg. What happens to the planet and all its people. They die a horrible death so billions more can be created. As you can imagine we can't lose Earth to this threat can we. Although the head and a hand are sticking out of the Indian Ocean at the end of Eternals.

The issues families will have with Eternals are violence, blood, gore, lack of attire, enticement to lust, sex outside of marriage, false gods, sexual deviancy, bad language and more. The Eternals are immortal beings with powers that were created by the Celestial. They fight off the Deviants on the planet. The goal is to increase sentient life until the Celestial is born and destroys the planet. The Eternals have done this numerous times but their memory is wiped.

Something about this movie that makes little sense to me is the cast chosen for the Eternals. We have two Asians, two white people, two black folk, and a man from India. Supposedly the Eternals have been doing this job for billions of years across all these different planets way before humans came into existence. So why do they look human? Why don't they look blue, orange, purple, or some other color? Why don't they have antenna or something else alien looking? They are shown going to a planet of blue people and they looked human, so they are not changed for wherever they go. I suspect the answer is the studio wanted to tick off certain boxes when selecting a cast.

The Superman like character that turns out to be a bad guy in Eternals is so predictable. The fact that he had their leader killed off is also predictable. The fact that the Deviants also came from the Celestials is one of the most interesting aspects of Eternals. The Eternals turning against their master and stopping the hatching is also to be expected. The story should continue in the future as some of them were captured.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Disney+
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Marvel
Rating: ‘PG-13’ for Parents Strongly Cautioned
{fantasy violence and action, some language and brief sexuality}

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