The Last Installment of the Avengers Movie Series Leaves Fans in Awe


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Avengers: Endgame poster

Ayan harr, Video Editor

Avengers: Endgame without a doubt is the best Marvel movie–it just has to be said.

Note this review will be spoiler-free, so read away. The movie run time is three hours, but so much happens you won’t notice that you have been crying for that long, (yeah it’s sad). Just like Infinity War, Endgame won’t explain anything that has happened in the other Marvel films leading in, making a few of the scenes confusing to people who are not die-hard fans.

Endgame is a continuation of Infinity War, Taking place 20 days after the last scene of the movie, we see how our heroes are dealing with the loss of their friends. The movie will have you crying from the opening scene to the end credits. Endgame could very well be the end of the Marvel cinematic universe. The pseudoscience in Endgame also works within the confines of the movie and it has been built up in both Antman, and Antman and The Wasp but also explained during the first half of the film in case you haven’t see those two movies.    

Although the movie is sad that doesn’t mean that there is no Marvel charm that we have come to expect from the series. The jokes are fast and recurring and don’t feel out of place. Just like Infinity War, the tone is well balanced with high highs and low lows. The pacing is perfect especially for the length; the movie doesn’t feel slow or rushed but it’s engaging the whole way through.     

One of the biggest draws to Endgame is the actors’ performances, Every one did a wonderful job with their characters, most notable Robert Downey JR, (Tony Stark) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor). Just like Infinity War all of the characters feel grounded and they fit in the story. There was never a point where you question why a talking-space-racoon in the same shot as the Norse god Thor.

Avengers: Endgame is the best Marvel movie due to its story and characters. It’s already shattering records, having the biggest opening to date, making over $1.2 billion worldwide, according to Fox News. Endgame is definitely worth your time; just remember to bring tissues!