Review: “Avengers: End Game”

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Review: “Avengers: End Game”

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Well, it’s out. The highly-anticipated final chapter of the Avengers franchise comes to an end, a very long chapter but final nonetheless.

Now, to preface this review, I typically don’t care too much for the Avengers films. None of the other movies really sparked my interest, even though I’ve seen all of them. However, this one was different for me. Maybe it’s the finality of it all, or maybe it is the fact everyone has been talking about it incessantly. Whatever the reason, I knew I needed to see it as soon as I could before everything was spoiled for me. Twitter, I’m talking about you.

The movie, with its jam-packed action and never-ending cast list of celebrities, was everything and more. Not only did it wrap up the loose ends from the previous film, “Infinity War”, but it took us even further down an emotional journey with the characters many have grown to love over the years. It was an experience, and it was satisfying for so many reasons.

I will admit I started to waver a little bit about one hour and 30 minutes into the film knowing that there was still a long way to go, but I never really felt like the story dragged on. Everything had a purpose.

“End Game” also had its quirks, as we expect at this point from the diverse gang of characters the movie brings together. I found myself laughing throughout the film, and I will not ruin any of the jokes for all of you who still haven’t seen the film. For all the of the laughs, there were plenty of tears. We welcomed back many characters, but we had to say our final goodbyes to a few of our heroes. In fact, the guy sitting next to me cried incessantly throughout the entire film. He also clapped any time anything exciting happened, but whatever floats your boat.

Either way, the film brought a lot of different things for different types of fans. Whether you’re a die-hard fan like the guy next to me in the theater or someone like me who simply wanted to see what the buzz is all about, this film delivered a deeply entertaining storyline with humor and drama along the way.

I enjoyed every twist and turn along the way, and think that anyone would enjoy the film, whether they’re super hero fans or not. You can objectively appreciate the attention to detail and the stunning shots throughout the many worlds they visit in the film.

And it seems others agree with me seeing as “End Game” broke box office records worldwide. On its opening weekend alone, “End Game” brought in more than $1.2 billion. This success is the culmination of many movies in the Marvel Universe and the many hours of hard work and dedication but also the loyal fans.

Although the Avengers saga might be over, we know fans will continue to enjoy all of the upcoming comic book-inspired films Marvel and Disney are planning for years to come.

If you haven’t seen it yet, I recommend that you do. The spoilers on social media are getting hard to avoid.

And, just because I can’t resist, I loved it 3000.

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