Avengers: Endgame Review

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Avengers: Endgame Review

Jourdyn Lee, Staff

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Avengers: Endgame has been one of the most anticipated movies of the year. This film is a thrilling conclusion to the infinity saga that has been creeping forward since the first Iron Man movie in 2008. Every movie and post-credit scene in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has led up to this perfect culmination of every Marvel character that has been introduced.

The latest installment was three hours and two minutes long, a runtime which had fans reeling. To most it was a welcomed idea and the only thing they were worried about was whether to take a bathroom break.  “I felt like infinity war was a little bit more intriguing-if it wasn’t as long and not everything was so dragged out, it would have been more captivating” Sarah Gilley (10) said.

Long before its release, the idea of time travel was widely known. Usually, it’s a hard task using time travel in an easily understandable way, but the Russo brothers (directors of the film) pulled it off in a very creative way using the characters to describe it to the viewers. “It was very emotional and exciting to watch,” Vincent Winger (10) said in response to the timelines unfolding.

Endgame is much different then Infinity War in the way it is styled. Endgame teeters itself between a comedy and a gut-wrenching sad movie. “It almost brought me to tears compared to other movies,” David Warren (11) said. While Infinity War has its usual Marvel humor, Endgame was heavier on collecting the tears of its viewers. “There was a lot more humor in it, but I think they had to add the humor since it was a longer movie so if they would have shortened it, it would have been the same amount of humor,” Luis Otero-Barroso (10) said.

As everyone knows by now, Endgame does not have a post credit scene. Mixed emotions bubbled up, but one fan made a great point. “Having that post-credit scene not there actually proves that this is the end of a saga,” Roman Lewandowski (11) said.  Although, it saddens die-hard fans who waited on the edge of their seat just to see what’s next in the Marvel cinematic universe, it was a good choice on behalf of the Russo brothers; really signifying that it was the end or an era, or in this case, phase three.

All in all, I got to say, I loved it 3000.