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(Spoiler-free) Avengers: Endgame Review

Heejae Park

Staff Reporter

The Pawprint

Avengers: Endgame was released worldwide on the 25th of April with fans absolutely ecstatic about it. Tickets were sold in many theatres around the world, which led to speculations of a $256 million box office opening weekend. If it exceeds speculations made by critics of the domestic box office. It will be the highest grossing movie of all time, beating Avengers: Infinity War, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Avatar.

After the release, reviews by certified critics are flying over the internet with positivity, as the new Avengers film was regarded as the ‘Perfect conclusion towards an era’, and ‘The best Marvel movie of all time’. The movie was centered around the remaining Avengers to redo Thanos’ decimation that caused half of the population to vanish.

Endgame’s runtime is 3 hours and 5 minutes, making it the longest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie to be ever released. The film consists of fast-paced, and exciting fight sequences that had the audience on the edge of their seats. It displayed emotional scenes with tragic events that caused the audience to be devastated, as Avengers: Endgame is the concluding film of the 22 films that Marvel produced throughout 11 years with Iron-Man being the first ever Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.

The Avengers was shown of how they cannot be winning every time, in fact, the movie reveals how sacrifices must be made for a greater future. It is completely refreshing to witness our heroes in pain and agony, which showcases how superheroes are indeed human as well. In addition, to award hardcore, Marvel fans, the directors of Endgame, Joe and Anthony Russo, made sure to include hidden references to past films to give them a final fan-service, as this will be their last Marvel movie they will direct in a while.

In conclusion, Avengers: Endgame is a must-watch superhero movie that exceeds all the expectations as the best superhero movie in a long time, as it concludes the 11 years of storytelling of Marvel and gives an emotional goodbye to some of the heroes that we all looked up to growing up. The overall message of the Avengers: Endgame seems to be to take care of one another and make good decisions.  

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