Marvel’s Eternals brings probably the most impressive characters in comic book history to the big screen, however the film lamentably still winds up shortchanging a portion of the galactic divine beings. The film centers around the nominal group of undying, ever-enduring beings set on Earth by elements known as the Celestials in request to direct mankind’s advancement. Eternals has a huge scope, and certainly the most sweeping historical extent of any MCU film to date. Notwithstanding, there’s one key area where it misses the mark.
Hayek’s Ajak is especially underutilized. In spite of being the head of the Eternals, Ajak’s job is very minor. He is fundamentally shown in flashbacks to the Eternals overlooking humankind in antiquated occasions, helping Angelina Jolie’s Thena fight her secretive disease, and debating whether to hold fast to their standard of non-intervention. At the point when Ajak chooses to lead the Eternals to forestall the world-ending Emergence, she’s tossed to the Deviants by Ikaris (Richard Madden), preventing the film from completely showcasing what the person might have done in the climactic final fight.
Likewise, Gilgamesh additionally kicks the bucket as the hands of Kro (Bill Skarsgard), and the movie doesn’t exactly give a full image of the strength he uses. He’s additionally shown in the flashbacks to the Eternals’ long history on Earth, and as a matter of fact there are some nice showcases of his power in both the at various times. All things considered, for a person who can lift 100 tons and evidently go toe-to-toe with the “Frantic Titan” Thanos in an actual fight, Eternals doesn’t exactly paint the epic portrayal of Gilgamesh that many fans were hoping for.
With both Ajak and Gilgamesh being killed off in the new MCU section, they shockingly don’t get the same opportunity to astonish crowds with their capacities as a portion of their kindred Eternals. Nonetheless, with the cliffhanger ending of Eternals, they will clearly be seen again in the future, with the post-credits scene teasing Thanos’ brother Eros (Harry Styles), and Black Knight (Kit Harington) as likely partners in their next experience. Ideally, there will likewise be a restoration component in play for both Ajak and Gilgamesh, in request for them to find the opportunity to truly showcase what they can do.