Avengers: Endgame Review (2019)


First, I am not the biggest Marvel fan, but I do enjoy many of the films from the franchise. So, when Avengers: Endgame came out, I was intrigued like everyone else. I must say the film was dope I think this was the right way to end the franchise. But I do have to let this be known I like Infinity war better than this one. This film starts off very slow and sad which is understandable because in the film before Thanos accomplished wiping out half of the world. Avengers: Endgame picks up exactly where it ended in Avengers: Infinity War. Which results in Avengers: Endgame being basically all about the original six.

The film is definitely a fun film to watch, but there are a lot of scenes that do not quite make sense. I think the film should have expanded more on a couple of scenes. I do like how the film brought in a lot of the original cast from all of the single franchise films like Iron man and Thor.

As much as I liked the film, I was honestly expecting a little more. Don’t get me wrong there are some major kick-ass scenes. Also, some huge surprises with almost all of the characters/cast. I was just hoping for more action.  The acting was great as usual. I love Josh Brolin as Thanos he gives the character much more life. The visuals shown in the film shows just how the world has been impacted by “the snap” and it’s not pretty.

Endgame really means endgame. The film wrapped up the whole franchise in three hours which felt like one. After 11 years and 22 films later, I can say this film definitely gives fans closure. There will be some tears shed, laughs, and some confusion because the film does not end how many think it will which is great. So, go watch the film and enjoy it but also remember …



4 thoughts on “Avengers: Endgame Review (2019)

  1. I am dying to see this!! I’ve read a few times that Infinity War is better!
    I can’t wait to watch it.
    Thank you for the review.

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  2. I was actually really disappointed by Infinity War, and for me, Endgame far surpassed all previous MCU movies. I didn’t miss the lack of action because I was so absorbed in the first two hours of storytelling. I expected more closure in Infinity War which was unfair knowing that Avengers 4 was just around the corner. I also wasn’t as emotionally affected because I didn’t believe that any of the character deaths were final, including those who were snapped away. So, I felt like I had only seen half a movie. Endgame delivered on everything I had expected from Infinity War, capping off the franchise while still allowing it to continue and wanting it to continue. I was slow to come around to the MCU myself. Aside from Captain America: The First Avenger, none of the phase 1 movies really grabbed me. It was only over time that I started to become really invested, and by the time the credits rolled on Endgame, I was completely devastated and satisfied at the same time. I can’t wait to own a copy of this to watch over and over again, and I can’t wait to see what the next phase of films has to offer.

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