Published On: Sun, Apr 28th, 2019

Avengers Endgame Review

By: Michael Demyan

“Avengers Endgame” really is an end to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it. Yes, there will be many more Marvel movies to follow – even one already in just a few months with “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” but “Endgame” really is the conclusion to the previous 21 films that come before it. This is a movie for the fans. The more you love the MCU, the more you will get out of this movie and I’m sure that it’s exactly what directors Joe and Anthony Russo were going for. There are some moments that could have been better. There are some creative decisions I would have decided against, but overall, it is satisfying.

“Endgame” starts off less than a month after the events of “Avengers Infinity War” and without getting into spoilers, that’s really all I can say, because this film is best experienced while knowing as little about the plot beforehand as possible. The action sequences and imagery are well executed and the acting is top notch, with especially great performances from Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner. The film is crafted in a way that almost makes you think you are a part of that universe and gives you the silly feeling of experiencing such strong emotions for these fictional characters. And with the film already totaling $1.2 billion in its first weekend alone, it really is an event that is best watched with fellow fans at the theater.

The Good: “Endgame” is an epic and touching ending to the “Infinity Saga” of Marvel films.

The Bad: While fan service can be fun, it does rely on it slightly too much and an ongoing joke involving one of the main characters extends far past the point of being funny.

The Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ 1/2

Avengers Endgame is now playing.

About the Author

- Michael Demyan is the associate editor and reporter for The Boca Raton Tribune. He is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University where he received a degree in Multimedia Journalism. Twitter: @michaeldemyan

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