Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures | Release Date: April 26, 2019
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SeraphLuciferApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. It was an OK movie. Dialogue and character interactions were good, time travel was established quite well and referances were great. However the movie was just a fan service composed of moderate drama and comedy. The MVP were Nebula, Nat, Clint and Tony. Steve was OK and got a somewhat decent ending. Hulk was mediocre and Thor was straight trash. Overall, movie was boring and too much over-hyped. Storytelling was nowhere near Infinity War and plot was nothing extraordinary. Thanos became a casual Marvel villain unlike his counterpart in Infinity War. This time he had no depth, minimal emotion and an unimpressive arc. My score is 5/10. Mostly because of how well Russo's dealt with time travel and our lesser hero got moments to shine. Unfortunately rest of the heroes were uninteresting and useless. Expand
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smoothpantaganaApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Yeah, I hoped for a good film, but this was nowhere near one…

As it stands the first part of this duology is a much stronger film. So Infinity War > Endgame. By a huge margin, I would add…

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Endgame was rather disappointing and slow, the pacing was awful, and it just sort of fizzed out by the end of it, not even the death of Iron-Man felt special. His previous fight with Thanos on Titan felt more impactful. And that’s just it… The film rang hollow as a whole. It just did not flow as easily as Infinity War, and was lost in its time travel shenanigans… Spider-Mans and Peppers goodbyes felt like ticks on squares. Its like the rollercoaster ride was a flat line that didn’t take the highs to where they should have soared and as a result it meandered through long stretches of melancholy emotions and dialogues, many of which could have been cut shorter. They lost on film, on action, to honour characters, parents, loss, grief, friendship... I get that, but it’s a lot and too much at times, so they lost the dynamics of film in the process. The films story-telling suffered. Its depressive opening tone was soon undercut by its trademark one-liners and quips, and it soon felt like the whole film was straying in a strange direction where the filmmakers couldn’t decide which way to go and how they wanted to paint the film as it were. The way they went with many of its characters and their moments felt like they were not holding up or were just jarring. Some of these are…

What have they done to Thor? It feels like they ran out of creativity so they lazily shat on his character and made him a **** and a loser. Also, Thor somehow beats Thanos with a fully gemmed glove with Stormbreaker, but can’t do so with Mjolnir and Stormbreaker against Thanos without any gems? Where is the consistency? Also, if he takes Mjolnir from another timeline than what does Thor fight with in that timeline, in the Dark World and Ragnarok?

What have they done to Hulk? We don’t get any action from the Big Green. Its especially disappointing after he was held back in Infinity War. So there is no payoff for Hulk? Really? They fumbled his character where he should have unleashed the monster and overcome his fear of Thanos. Big mistake character wise. They left him unused. One-armed and weak. Shame, it still feels like such a huge and glaring missed opportunity.

Also, the whole soulstone bit with Widow and Hawkeye just feels like a cheap gimmick after the drama with Thanos and Gamora in the previous film. Hawkeye is mourning the love of his life, his family, so the Russos make him ultimately sacrifice himself for a collegue from office? Cause that’s how their relationship always felt. Isn’t getting the soulstone about the ultimate sacrifice one makes? Why didn’t Banner go with Natasha? It would have made more sense soulstone story wise? Hell, Cap had more chemistry with the Black Widow than Hawkeye… Odd choices.

There are many other missteps (a friggin rat?), but in conclusion: Nothing remarkable happens for the first two hours (for an action spectacle film, spectacular action is nowhere to be seen) and the third act or hour feels overstuffed and incomprehensible, with dialogues and action all over the place. Where Infinity War was good at balancing characters, acts and plotlines, Endgame is nowhere near as coherent. The last act feels like too much of everything, and very little of it is quality. Honestly, Endgame does not FEEL like a magical blockbuster experience after you exit the theatre, nor does it deserve a higher grade than a 5/10.
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InvestigatorrApr 26, 2019
I'm disappointed. The script is poor. A few characters are absurdly marginalized, others were forced into the plot. There are clear inconsistencies. The ending is rushed.
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MajorllamaApr 26, 2019
They got so many things right... then turned around and got so many things wrong.

If I had to guess there were many disagreements about how to go about this movie and it shows in the writing/pacing. Im sure this movie will go down in the
They got so many things right... then turned around and got so many things wrong.

If I had to guess there were many disagreements about how to go about this movie and it shows in the writing/pacing.

Im sure this movie will go down in the record books both in money made and ratings, but there are so many movies in the MCU that are better written and better executed.

Ill watch it again once it comes out on dvd and see if a second viewing changes my opinion.
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RhodawgsApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. 47 out of 100 . Enjoyable somewhat but is clearly set out for closure needing fan base. Poor script and dull emotional baggage bonded with lucky plot scenes over and over again. Compared to the comic unimaginative and another same old loophole movie dragged out over 3hrs...... entertaining in parts but the 6 rolls in every scene for every instance with these defeated bunch brings eyerolls for the most part. Especially the absolute silly she scenes eyerolls pretty much just barely keeping you awake at this point. Thanos character is inconsistent and stripped down let alone others in the movie. Plenty of plot holes and sub plots that are just to rubbish to expand on. The last movie was much better and I'm sure many needed the enjoyment of closure around the story. But a stained finish to the marvel seris really and kinda left out a movie for everyone. The movie was about bringing back and includeing everyone but the movie was catered towards certain audiences and lack luster scenes of luck isn't up to scratch and was a below par mashup . Long . Lazy. Expand
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metacecApr 26, 2019
Way too many plot holes and inconsistencies to be a great movie. I have always been a Marvel fan , but this is unreasonable. The time conundrum's not withstanding , I feel , the Hulk and Thor were both pushed aside. Capt. Marvel is way too OPWay too many plot holes and inconsistencies to be a great movie. I have always been a Marvel fan , but this is unreasonable. The time conundrum's not withstanding , I feel , the Hulk and Thor were both pushed aside. Capt. Marvel is way too OP and Capt America wielding the Hammer better than Thor? Tony Stark wielding the Gauntlet that the Hulk couldn't take? Convenience is not a good excuse for poor storytelling. Don't even consider the time element. Nothing more than a money grab by Disney and Marvel. Sadly , the fans will flock and they will feel justified. The most important part of any movie is the story. It seems harder and harder to find a cogent and entertaining movie nowadays. Hundreds of millions of dollars and this is the story they come up with? Again , a fan of Marvel since childhood , I feel betrayed. As a child , I mowed lawns so I could buy my favorite Marvel comics. Hated DC and still not really receptive to their stories or characters. I felt the same way with The Last Jedi. So maybe it's a Disney thing. In summation , this movie is truly disappointing for me. A lifelong Marvel fan , maybe it's time to watch something else. Expand
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kirkenderJun 25, 2019
Endgame is an astounding achievement of capitalism. I feel bad for all the animators who aren't unionized and don't see any profits from this monstrosity. Because seriously, without the animators this movie is simple and ineffective.
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jlbudiAug 3, 2019
The storyline was eh, the action seemed rehashed from other Avenger movies, several hidden agendas, the time travel thing didn't fully make sense, characters were overpowered at times, things just didn't add up, overall disappointing andThe storyline was eh, the action seemed rehashed from other Avenger movies, several hidden agendas, the time travel thing didn't fully make sense, characters were overpowered at times, things just didn't add up, overall disappointing and doesn't live up to the quality of the other Avenger movies. Expand
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JimshadowJun 10, 2019
The first half of the film was boring and the second half was not as good as the first Avenger films or as Guardians of the Galaxy.
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AthanasiosTAug 4, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Nice (but expected) time-travel stories added to the whole scenario. All of Marvel's women attacking the phallocratic pig, was just another overuse of today's feminist agenda and #metoo and reduced the epic scenes of the final battle. Expand
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dcktuckerAug 4, 2019
not as good as infinity war,slow fan service and the most sjw scene ever made
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UncleWillardJun 30, 2019
I'm not a comic book person, but I've enjoyed some of the MCU movies. Number one, in my book, was the first IF movie. I was surprised that Marvel made something with some true stakes. I also appreciated how the wove so many plotlines into aI'm not a comic book person, but I've enjoyed some of the MCU movies. Number one, in my book, was the first IF movie. I was surprised that Marvel made something with some true stakes. I also appreciated how the wove so many plotlines into a cohesive and entertaining movie. It flew byford me. This installment, in the other hand, dis not. The first half of the movie dragged. Sure there were some high points, but few and far between. And I figured out the plot very quickly. It certainly wasn't bad, but it did not live up to the first installment for me. In the end, I was disappointed. Expand
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OdinMovieBlogApr 27, 2019
Though Avengers: Endgame is filled to the brim with heart felt moments, the logically mess cannot be ignored. The editing, pacing, and writing are a giant mess and no matter how many awesome visuals or big moments occur on screen, these majorThough Avengers: Endgame is filled to the brim with heart felt moments, the logically mess cannot be ignored. The editing, pacing, and writing are a giant mess and no matter how many awesome visuals or big moments occur on screen, these major issues cannot simply be ignored. The Russos have finally made a mediocre at best film and I would not be surprised if studio interference was a part of it. You can subjectively love this movie, but you cannot simply ignore the plethora of narrative and character issues that are strewn throughout this 3 hour mess. C- Expand
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MovieGal2016Apr 27, 2019
Solid Marvel pic but too long. The movie is definitely fun and a “must see” if you’re even a mild Marvel fan. Yet, be warned there’s nothing new here and with all the hype I expected more. The first two thirds of the movie are really slowSolid Marvel pic but too long. The movie is definitely fun and a “must see” if you’re even a mild Marvel fan. Yet, be warned there’s nothing new here and with all the hype I expected more. The first two thirds of the movie are really slow and the plot feels labored and stale. The last third of the movie is more interesting - yet, even there, the fights seem totally redundant. Although I enjoyed the movie, and would recommend it, I feel like this movie reinforces the idea that Marvel needs a fresh approach going forward. Also, I have to comment on the length of the movie, three hours with no intermission just doesn’t work. At least a third of the viewers in our theater had to get up and take a break during the screening... viewers of all ages by the way... so, I’d like to see either a shorter cut of the movie or an intermission built in... its very distracting when people are moving in/out of the theater. Expand
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DanteXEApr 28, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. 22 movie has led to this garbage. Thank you MARVEL, THANK YOU SO MUCH YOU FKING IDIOTS!
I have Spider-Man tattoo in my whole arm, you know i'm a fanboy but this. this is just pure garbage movie.
First of all, it's not even half of Infinity War.

This movie is basically most expensive fan fiction movie of all time. All of the movie is just Star-Lord's Thanos slapping cheap. All of the motives, events everything is that much ridiculous.

1) You fcking shove Captain Marvel into MCU before this. She is absent from movie. What the hell you forced her to MCU at this point. You don't need her.

2)Everyone waiting for Hulk's revenge, but oh no! He is peacefull and powerless. It's not the same Hulk, he is shorter, smaller, and not powerfull as old one.

3) You make Thor OP at IW, but oh no! He is fcking a loser now. He can't even hit a punch on Thanos. Everyone waiting for Thor but you wasted him. He killed Thanos with full Gauntlet but now he cant even hit stoneless Thanos. Bravo Marvel, f*cking Bravo.

4)Some things should stay in comic pages. Comic has lots of ridiculous things. Captain America and Mjolnir is one of them. It's not working like that, that hammer won't go who ever calling it. You can't stay consistent with your rules. Also that idiot is not worthy, after everything happened Civil War and Infinity War is because of him. He is the biggest douchebag in MCU. Worthless bastard.

5)Ant-Man's come back... All of the universe saved because of a rat. If there isn't a rat there all of the universe is just fked up...

6)14 million possibilities and 1 success. It is really this one? If you saying this, i will look for all of the possibilities. You should make a ending with no other possiblities. But I can assure you the is a possibility there is Thor is not an idiot or Captain Marvel is actually usefull. Or Doctor Strange is just fking do something other than holding water... Marvel, you are just bunch of idiots you know. Hell, there should be a timeline that Thor hits Thanos' head or Ironman tooks stones and just runs, there is no need to use those but they should kill him you know, so he is used the stones... Captain Marvel can destroy that thrash can gauntlet with power, why the hell she didn't do that? Also why the fk Thanos did go to Nidavellir for Gauntlet? Stark can do this with Aluminium not even vibranium you know? And Hulk cried 5 hourse after stones but Ironman just talked with no problem... This movie is just **** garbage.
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sumitgApr 27, 2019
Lets be fair we had high expectations and russos did not deliver, infinity war was way better than this. To begin they ruined thor after he got so boosted up, tons of loopholes, weak time travel plot, the only saving grace is the last fight.
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VasotApr 29, 2019
Extremely overhyped for no reason i suspect Disney paid reviewers to give good scores. Plot holes were everywhere and half of the movie was chit-chat and weird mix of drama and comedy. At the end it felt like a cheesy movie made for teenagersExtremely overhyped for no reason i suspect Disney paid reviewers to give good scores. Plot holes were everywhere and half of the movie was chit-chat and weird mix of drama and comedy. At the end it felt like a cheesy movie made for teenagers i was not impressed Expand
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cas514Apr 26, 2019
A good ending for Captain America, Iron Man and Thor. Those 3 Battling Thanos at the same time was the best thing in the movie. Hulk was hilarious, i wish he got to fight Thanos too. Hawk Eye were finally used properly. But there was alotA good ending for Captain America, Iron Man and Thor. Those 3 Battling Thanos at the same time was the best thing in the movie. Hulk was hilarious, i wish he got to fight Thanos too. Hawk Eye were finally used properly. But there was alot more bad than good in this movie. The Female Avengers Movie setup felt so forced no ones excited for that. Pepper Pots as Iron Man again? it didnt work in Iron Man 3 and it dam sure is not going to work in future movies. Captain Marvel, shes is just the worst..too OP to care about her future movies. Judging by the direction they are going, i see that this is the last Marvel Movie i will ever need to see. Its been fun. Expand
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wesseldjApr 28, 2019
Avengers Infinity wars and Endgame might very well have been one movie and therefore could have saved me a ticket to the movie theater for the second time round. It wasn't necessary for it to be divided into two parts, hell it wasn'tAvengers Infinity wars and Endgame might very well have been one movie and therefore could have saved me a ticket to the movie theater for the second time round. It wasn't necessary for it to be divided into two parts, hell it wasn't necessary for Endgame to be almost 3 hours long considering the flimsy plot!

After I saw infinity wars, I already had a suspicion I was cheated, and Endgame proved that I was right. This entire movie was trying to drag for so long and even the quasi emotional scenes just didnt do it for me. I felt nothing when Black Widow jumped to her death, which was one of the few parts of this movie that actually made sense, sacrificing someone dear to get the soulstone.

But what it came down to is the cliched classic jump back in time travel plot, however it wasn't supposed to be like Back in the Future, so they say. But Captain America came back in the same time-line as an old man, so how is that not like Back in the Future?!?

Also Captain Marvel was totally hyped, but didn't played much of a role in the entire movie, talk about overhyping it!

You see I have been cheated.....and all of you aswell.
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mirgApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I don't get the hype behind the movie. All that happened was that they went back in time and stolen the infinity stones before Thanos got them. Then thanos gets wind of it and travels to their time. Then a big fight happens where there's tons of booms and such. Everyone was playing 'keep away' with the stones. Some people were put on a mantle *coughmostlythefemalescough* while a few people died on screen. Then one hero uses the stones to 'snap' away all of thanos's troops, this guy dies and everyone gets sad over it. There's some narration by the dead dude and all other heroes continue on their day to day activities. That was the whole movie sum'ed up and honestly? This whole movie just felt really cliche'd and average at best. I wasn't that invested in anything and I actually grown bored with all the drama and sob stories that was constantly occurring. The action scenes were too flashy and just all over the place and while there was some unexplained plotholes in the film and even a large amount of dangling threads, I honestly think they're just planning on explaining those things in a future film or something. Regardless, not worth seeing unless you are heavily invested in the Marvel franchise you might like the movie but as for me, a person not invested heavily in the Marvel Franchise? I thought it was just and average cliched film at best. Expand
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MegaWarGreymonApr 28, 2019
I was there at the beginning as Iron Man took flight for the fist time. I was there for the first Avengers I was there for Infinity War and everything in between. But the ending felt... hollow. It was funny it was even emotional but somethingI was there at the beginning as Iron Man took flight for the fist time. I was there for the first Avengers I was there for Infinity War and everything in between. But the ending felt... hollow. It was funny it was even emotional but something was... off. It did not work. There was some forced stuff I will not get into and a ton of things that did not make any sense. The ending of the movie is a set up for things to come but it feels eerily similar to what happened in the comics industry. Good characters got destroyed and mediocrity took over in the name of misguided agendas.
You can judge it best for yourself but I can't help but feel as if they could have done a lot better.
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WihglahApr 27, 2019
I really hate movies that establish clear rules for what is possible, then just ignore them. It's also pretty clear that the ending had to be heavily edited to cut the runtime down to 3 hours.
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PetjonApr 28, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. It was an okey movie but it really dropped the ball at the ending.
1. Tony Stark dies, i can accept it but.... They have all infinity stones + Hugo Strange that can heal any wounds with the time stone so his death made no sense.
2. Thanos lost in a unfair match against Team Space in the last movie but in this one hes able to compete with everyone, even Thor that (might been out of shape) had both mjolnir and stormbreaker that could oneshot kill him.
3. Mary Sue Marvel had no place in this movie, it hurt every moment she was on the screen.
and at the ending where she came in saved everyone and could tank thanos attacks that beat the hulk into a coward because "gurl power". Really hoped she would die in this movie.
4. Timetravel works if its parallell universes but Captain America deciding to stay in the past for some coochi was pretty bloody dumb and somehow still end up in the main time line?
5. Thor giving the reigns to a random valkyrian. Thor is of noble blood and is suppose to sit on the throne, he cant just give it to a random valkyrian that havent been in asgard for over a million years. Would make more sense if he adopted earths democratic voting system instead.
6. The girl power moment was cringe and out of place, and the scientist from black panther would have 100% died in a real war. 7. How did Ant-man survive a rocket that could destroy a whole house to the face?

But the movie was still okey, but i think this will be the last avenger movie i will ever watch and just keep following Spider-man movies in the future.
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williamhumphreyApr 26, 2019
I thought that this film does not deserve half the praise it is getting. There are so many better films that don't have such a large budget like marvel and are given half the credit for a film that is so much better. In addition to this theI thought that this film does not deserve half the praise it is getting. There are so many better films that don't have such a large budget like marvel and are given half the credit for a film that is so much better. In addition to this the film is massivly flawed and should have left the concept of time travel alone as it only reaches paradox. Expand
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DragonloupApr 26, 2019
It is clearly a movie aimed for fan service . It takes the old guard and say goodbye . Any loyal fan who sat for 20+ movies get rewarded as we are bombarded to references from other movies and Easter eggs. It almost requires an extended cutIt is clearly a movie aimed for fan service . It takes the old guard and say goodbye . Any loyal fan who sat for 20+ movies get rewarded as we are bombarded to references from other movies and Easter eggs. It almost requires an extended cut of 4/5 hours as there is barely anytime for character development. You actually wonder what was the fuss with Capt Marvel . She is way over powered compared to the rest of the heroes . You really can't relate to her . It feels like a DC character that was just slingshot into the MCU .She is just a blunt weapon and I still don t understand her power. She is as attractive as the hammer she plays. How does she navigate space , found the lost in space heroes at the beginning , where was she for 5 years (??), how do they contact her when they need her and how long she takes to travel. The main issue with managing so many stories , so many characters and so many time line is plot holes.....And there is so many it is mind blowing .There is enough spoiler online so i won t drag but the quantum realm affecting Janet Pym but not Scott Lang the same way , killing your old self and still standing ?, disappearing for 5 years and going back to your life like nothing happened and no one aged ( that may be addressed on the next movie tho), consistency with previous movies while time jumping etc.... I guess the movie stay with you long after you finish watching it ' Expand
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ruizmigangApr 26, 2019
Too long. Too outlandish. It got to a point where I no longer cared what was happening. This film is for me the weakest of the Avengers and certainly ranks towards the bottom of all Marvel movies
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masterchief247Apr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The first movie was WAY better. Just wanted to get that off my chest from the start. There was to much sarcasm, jokes, and general nonsense throughout the movie. While the first film had you on the edge of your seat, this movie seems to do everything it can to take the nervous anticipation completely out of the film. The middle of the movie REALLY dragged on. My wife was actually glad she needed to use the bathroom so she'd have an excuse to step away. My wife and I are big comic book hero fans, and actually collect comic books together, but we were off and on board throughout the middle 1.5 hrs of the film. They have this ONE chance to turn everything around to bring back those they loved, but every 5-10 minutes, the cast are making light of their situation. It just really ruined the immersion, and tension that SHOULD have been surrounding their perilous journey. Captain Marvel/Brie Larson felt SO out of place in the film. They literally threw her into every scene she was in, but it didn't feel as if she should be there. There was no emotional connection to her at all even though she basically saved the Avengers. The way the final battle went down up to the conclusion seemed rushed after having sat their for 2hr 45 min with little to no action. After the final battle, the reminiscing sequence afterward lasted forever, and we were ready to leave once the battle concluded, but there's like 20 more minutes afterward that didn't feel needed. Lastly, Ill only say that the sequence towards the end with Captain America passing on the reigns to another character was one of the biggest liberal pandering segments I have ever seen in a movie, and left a REAL bad taste in my mouth at the end. Why can't films leave politics OUT. So tired of it. Anyway, I wanted to give the film a better score, but it simply doesn't deserve it. We actually thought we'd go see this a few times like we did with Infinity War, but we have no interest in sitting through another minute of this movie until maybe its released on video. Expand
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mauvemageApr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Wow, what a bloated disappointing mess of a finale. At 3 hours this is a boring and tedious film with phony drama and several humour miss-fires. A fat Thor gag is absurdly over done and sums up how tired and cynical this toy commercial is. Worst of all, the end is a re-run of the last film and I could only recommend this failure to the under 12's. If you liked Transformers, you'll like this. Expand
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simevo1979Apr 26, 2019
After being such an avid fan of these (mostly) marvellous films for so long, it's such a shame to have it ended this way. It still entertained (mostly) but i think that hinged entirely on the fact that i've liked these characters in otherAfter being such an avid fan of these (mostly) marvellous films for so long, it's such a shame to have it ended this way. It still entertained (mostly) but i think that hinged entirely on the fact that i've liked these characters in other movies - and by the time of the very hastily put together 'final battle' which i thought was filled with CGI near-misses - i'd checked out. Expand
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leorulloApr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I can't give more than 6 to this film that is nothing compared to Infinity War. 3 hours are too many and the beginning of this film is so slow,here is the reason of the 3 hours. I didn't like Thor at all because for me that's not the real Thor.About Professor Hulk I can say that I wanted more insights of the character which is not well studied.
The only part of this film that I liked was the end, the final battle, "AVENGERS ASSEMBLE!"
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DodgerApr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. In short not as good as infinity war.
Cons:
There is a bit of the new disney "SJW" signalling going on this this movie, one scene in particular beats you over the head with "Woman power" completely taking you out of the moment.
Scenes that should naturaly of been sad or epic were massivly overwrought to the extent that they were basicly telling you what you should be feeling, rather than generating the emotion itself.
The "big" action scene was hugely overdone, way too many charatcers for one scene which left it feeling like a Transformers battle where you cant quite tell whats happening.
The third act was substantialy worse than the first two.
The storyline was laughable compared to infinity war, with fairly massive plot holes and logic leaps.
Thanos lost everything that made him an interesting villain.

Pros:
Some good use of comedy in the first and second act
Some of the visuals were very good
Some memorable scenes, especialy during the "dopelganger" scenes.
Good time travelling mechanics.
Suprising movie opening.

Overall its a definite watch if your a fan of the series, just dont get your expectations up to high as this wouldnt even rank in my top 5 Marvel films.
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Sv4roGApr 28, 2019
The movie is OK. There's couple of characters and scenes that seem little bit or a lot(most people probably know what i mean)out of place and unnecessary. First Avengers movie was much better but this one is fun too.
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WeAreVenom87Apr 30, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Crazy disappointing is probably the best way I can describe this movie. I feel like giving it a 2, but to be fair a 6 is probably what it deserves. The reason I feel like giving this movie such a low score is because it was so hyped for so long building anticipation and then totally mailing it in. I admit I am a huge comic book fan and because of this I have seen every MCU movies with the exception of only making it about 75% of the way through Captain Marvel. I have become much more lenient on expecting movies to follow comic book plots and even encouraged change if I thought it was for the better. In this case they had a perfect example to adapt from in Jim Starlin's Infinity Gauntlet series. I already knew from the first part IW and due to contractual obligations these movies would be much different from the comics, but I was not expecting this. This movie throws away all the awesome scenes from the comic to replace them with lame callbacks to old movies, dragging characters through the mud like Thor and Hulk and setting things up for the ANAD Marvel characters in the future which are the worst of all the comic characters (Thanks Disney). The time travel plot was lame poorly executed and riddled this thing with plot holes. Most of the movie was boring and I felt no emotional investment. Characters I have loved fro more than 20 years died or had their final big moments in this film and I felt nothing because it was so poorly executed. I am not arrogant enough as a comic book fan to say I will never watch another MCU movie again with some of my favorite characters like Doctor Doom and the X-men joining, but I plan on skipping a lot of these until they prove to me they have their **** together. Expand
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GuerrierogdApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The movie starts off fine untill the time travel **** , seriously , 5 years after the snap Antman arrives and says to go and make a time travel machine ( without any project or relevant idea ) and everyone acts like no one ever thought of that before , Stark than proceed to develop it overnight . Seriously , a 14 years old could have written a more plausible plot. Skip over a pretty useless middle section of the film and then in the final battle Thanos challenge all the avengers + the 5 infinity stones , basically alone + his army .
Stark can develop in one day a time travel machine but can't decide to use only 1 stone to kill Thanos , instead uses all 5 for no reason at all and suicide . ( Anyway it's not possible that hulk used the power of the 5 gems to resurrect half of the universe and recives almost the same ammount of damage that Iron man get to win a battle killing AT MAX a couple of million of beings xd ) . I expected a lot better writing . You can find a better plot in h*ntai
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Draqnaut622Apr 27, 2019
This film was could've been one hour shorter than what they made it, so it got super boring in some parts and it felt like nothing was happening most of the time. I lost interest in the movie about an hour into it. And it was way toThis film was could've been one hour shorter than what they made it, so it got super boring in some parts and it felt like nothing was happening most of the time. I lost interest in the movie about an hour into it. And it was way to complicated to keep up with a of the characters and their relationships and separate missions and desires. this movie also had way to many jokes, this is a problem because it was trying to be a serious movie. I am fine with a little bit of jokes in fact that's what every movie needs but this one had way to many and every time there was a serious or sad character moment it would turn it into a joke, so I just wasn't able to take the movie seriously and after a while I just got tired of listening to all of these cheap jokes. Over all it is OK but it has too many flaws to say that it is good. 6/10 Expand
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RedphoenixApr 27, 2019
i was hesitant to give it a 5 or 6. after all its another braindead avengers movie by the same lazy hollywood studios that take their fan base for granted. a few nice moments in the movie, like the new hulk and thor scenes, but in generatei was hesitant to give it a 5 or 6. after all its another braindead avengers movie by the same lazy hollywood studios that take their fan base for granted. a few nice moments in the movie, like the new hulk and thor scenes, but in generate stupid as **** as any other avengers movie. but i did give it a 6 in the end instead of a 5 just to celebrate the fact that this **** slide of MCU cringe movies is over. Cant wait for captain marvel to lead the MCU moving forward to a complete different league in the future of stupid ass ****ery that will ultimately make this crap MCU lineup seem like classic gold standards in comparison. Expand
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blahhhhApr 27, 2019
3 hours is too long for a movie. The special effects were great. And it was cool to see all the characters together. But they either need to add an intermission or just make the movie shorter.
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AhewApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I was somewhat disappointed with Endgame. Following on from the epic that was Infinity war; which coupled action sequences with emotive dramatic scenes, the time-travel arcs in Endgame were peppered with too much slapstick-esque comedy and a lot of unnecessary fan service scenes. Expand
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wowconApr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I have watched all of the MCU and watch videos about the comics. I loved infinity war and this movie is definitely inferior to it. End Game had so much more to cover and conclude and falls short for it. The pacing suffers, going way to fast at the beginning yet dragging in the middle and then rushing the end. Also many characters are thrown aside, or even destroyed for the sake of convenience and comedy. Thor was probably the worst example. His whole very tragic story of everyone he loves dying and his vengeance fate but in this movie he is a useless, fat loser who even loses the one thing that makes him unique to the other heros, his ability to wield mjolnir, which can now be wielded by captain, which is cool, but in a film that trashes on thor, makes him feel even more pathetic. And I love Thor but even in the cinema I was in, when they are having their serious fight with Thanos, people were laughing at Thor just because he was fat. And Hulk was also severely side lined. After they cut him out of infinity war, fans were expecting to see him return and smash in the final fight, but he doesn't because he is (weirdly smaller) smarter hulk with a broken arm! The other thing that made me roll my entire body in the cinema in cringe was the political elements. There was dead silence every time captain Marvel showed up and no clapping or cheering for the feminist moment in the final fight. The way I see it is nobody wants politics in your movies! They also scared me by making me think captain Marvel was going to save the day but she does get slapped around so it balances out, as all things should be. In summary, infinity war had a better villain, better pacing and more emotional impact but you will enjoy it if you ignore the political jokes (and Brie Larson) and plot holes Expand
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SkydogApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. So I went into this not expecting much, and really not knowing much about the universe. (Only watched the first two...got dragged into this by my boyfriend)
There’s several issues with these movies that explain my score;
- they spend far too time coming up with an hour worth of cheesy jokes that the movies feel to drag on and on.
- Several of the action scenes scream B-movie cheese (Japanese scene (unneeded), several fight scenes toward the end)
- They made captain America at the end seem like he went from 100% saving the world/perhaps resurrecting Iron Man to “nope screw people I’m retiring”
- A lot of bad acting as usual in these kind of movies
- they make alcoholism seem like it’s okay and something to joke about

Couple pros:
- some of the more well done action scenes were fantastic, visually pleasing
- Robert Downey Jr and Peter Parker (forgot the actors name) at the end had a fantastic performance
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easterfieldsApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I really want to like this movie. But sadly I don't. And even sadder...probably many feel the same. Talk about a collective cacophony of underdeveloped, rushed and even forced plots. I usually judge a film on how much I would want to see it again. On a scale of 1-10 for second viewing, I'd rate this a 2. It just wasn't that enjoyable or interesting. The end result was very predictable and took very few chances-if any, unlike the last film. To have Caps die as an old coward (choosing his gf over the lives he could've saved/impacted) and Iron Man dying a hero made me really conflicted. This film just really feels patronizing and insulting in a 3rd Matrix, Lost Finale/Seinfeld Finale kind of way. And it makes me VERY concerned for Star Wars Ep.9. The 3 hour length isn't what sours the experience. It's how much frivolity and sloppiness that plagues those 3 hours. Its ultimately very forgettable. Even the choppy slapped together editing seems to have lost interest half way through. Its a shame as I feel this was a dead end that Infinity Gauntlet created. There was no successful way out of that rabbits hole...And while Captain Marvel wasn't as integral as many fans feared, she still felt forced into the plot/film and actually served as a major disruption to the flow more than anything. I walked away from this film felling very "meh". Expand
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jameshowlett89Apr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. movie had it's moments of "awe" and some very beautiful shots, but as a whole it was a huge disappointment, once the honeymoon phase is over in the next two weeks you'll see that with audience reviews and. scores.
the good
--Cap and Starks storyline came to a very nice conclusion
--Cap being worthy of the hammer and assembling the avengers was the peak of the film
--widow and hawkeyes moment before the soulstone was one of many tearjerkers of this movie
--the visuals were amazing as always

too much bad...
--too long and not enough action, like over 2hrs of talking and just less than 45mins of actual action.
--too much cringe from Cap Marvel every single scene she was in, way too OP, a healthy Thanos with all stones attacks her and she DOESN'T EVEN FLINCH AND JUST SMIRKS LIKE A MORON!! WTF is that??? lmao also she's so forced and such a last minute addition that there are too many plot holes with her. she's busy saving other worlds??? really?? Thanos is the biggest villain in the universe and has annihilated countless worlds within her jurisdiction, so where the **** was she? why hadn't she "handled" Thanos already???
--they did Thor DIRTYYY, technically the most powerful of the earth heros, and goes through his character arc of Jerk hero full of himself, the downfall and finally his rise and belief in his "godhood" and completing his circle of the Thor that's close to his comic counterpart and king of Asgard....to being a basic "fat clown" in this movie, as if thats not bad enough he gives up his kindgom cause "girl power" so we can have a black female leading "norse gods" cause that makes sense.
--Hulk isn't even hulk, he's just a nerd making jokes and never gets his chance at redemption and a cool fight with Thanos.
--Black widow is killed off without her even getting her solo movie after having been in the movies the past decade...
--the time travel arc was lame as hell and was not original whatsoever
--Story was all over the place and convoluted ASF.
honestly there's so much more to go on about but I'm sick of writing, will just post my reviews and forget about this movie ASAP. the rest of the MCU doesn't interest me aside from Guardians, especially if Thor is gonna be the new "leader" lol
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War_TigerApr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I loved infinity wars, and seen/liked nearly all of the other movies in the series. Unfortunately Endgame falls short in quite a few areas. I certainly don't mind a long movie, but that comes with the assumption that something is happening in that time. There was some good, but mostly a lot wrong with the movie which I'll break down.



Pro:
-For the most part the final fight scene is well done and visually exciting.
-Tony Stark scene is sad, but ultimately a fitting end to his character arc.
-Quite a few jokes, though perhaps this is unfitting for what is supposed to be an action film.


Cons:
- Captain Marvel completely ruins the pace and tone of the movie. Every scene she is in leaves you rolling your eyes. This Mary Sue character is so much stronger than every other character and avenger that while their entire team is trying to save one planet, she is off saving "thousands" (in her words). Her story, and character is unconvincing, and she is so incredibly powerful that she upstages every other person in the movie. She destroys Thanos's battlecruiser (A ship the size of a small city) by literally flying through it with her fist. But not before being blasted by its cannons (And shrugging it off totally unaffected). The same cannons that had just annihilated the entire avengers compound into literal rubble. She then proceeds to eliminate half an army before fighting Thanos who has all infinity stones. Earlier Thor, Captain America, and Iron man all fight Thanos without the stones, and are beaten. Yet Thanos with the gauntlet is no match for her as she shrugs off a blow from him and laughs about it. I was worried by every scene with her leading up to this point that she was going to swoop down and single handedly save the day, which would completely invalidate the "teamwork" tone of the rest of the movie. I wouldn't be surprised if it was originally written that way but changed last minute.

- Iron man and Nebula are floating out in space, and who comes in to save the day? Yes you guessed it. The incredible Captain Marvel. Super being who is able to fly through space unprotected (No need for oxygen) at apparently faster than light speeds, and has the omnipotent knowledge of exactly where these two were floating at somewhere in space. Tony Stark is supposed to be a super genius, and he has the help of an android. Yet they couldn't work together to create some solution to save themselves? No. Instead super being swoops in on a literal golden beam of light to save the day. Disappointing, emasculating and anti-climactic.

- The time travel plot was pretty disappointing, and left a lot of loopholes. Such as thors hammer not being returned, and how changes in the past wouldn't affect the present. How they would be sent to an alternate universe. Well then I must point out that the original universe that thanos half destroyed would still persist, and upon returning the heroes would be sent to another universe which they would then change. It opens up so many holes in the story I don't have enough room to go on. Why time travel? 10 years of writing, millions of dollars, and they resort to that cliche? Very disappointing.

- Thanos is ambushed and killed within the first 30 minutes of the movie. Really? Everyone going into the movie is expecting a secondary power to counter his, or a long build up and occasional conflicts with thanos or something of the sort. Instead he dies without a fight, the movie has no villain, and instead they spend 2 hours making jokes and playing up overly dramatic scenes.

- Thanos himself was ruined as a character. He was the ultimate villain in the previous movie, but in this one he barely seen any screen time. He had no character development, and ultimately after a trivial struggle with every other avenger, he was brought down by Captain Super Being and her sidekick Scarlet Jedi. Leaving him distracted just enough to let Tony Stark snatch the stones away under his nose.

- Thor was ruined. Really sad what they did to him. He had so much passion and such a great story arc in and leading up to Infinity War. Then they turned him into a fat drunken clown. Literally making booze jokes through nearly every scene, being called fat jokes, and generally being worthless and unheroic. - Dr.Strange, perhaps one of my favorite avengers did nothing the whole movie but hold back a wave of water for a few minutes. - No post credits scene. Every single other movie had a final scene at the end of the credits, but not the final movie? Not even a joke reference? A dozen people stayed in the theatre I was in and were all audibly disappointed.

Overall the movie was enjoyable through parts. But I feel like Disney is going to ruin the future marvel movies. I think Captain Marvel is a good indicator of what is coming ahead. Unrelatable super heroes with unbelievable powers flying through space and saving thousands of planets at a time. Honestly...What villain can even compete?
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13K9Apr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. SPANISH. Esta película es muy inferior a Infinity War. Intenta detenerse demasiado, profundizar en los personajes pero nadie busca el Vengadores algo así. El resultado son 3 horas de película de las que 2 son "se van a pegar" y la ultima hora es "al final se pegan". Sin embargo el punto clave y la raíz de todos los problemas de Endgame es que durante casi dos horas, esta película de superheroes carece de villano.Vengadores 1 era mejor que la 2 porque Loki era mejor villano que ultrón. El caballero Oscuro es la mejor de la trilogía de Batman porque el Joker es el mejor villano y Ledger hace la mejor interpretacón en una película de superheroes y Infinity War es, probablemente, la mejor de Marvel porque Thanos es el villano más poderoso y mejor escrito de la franquicia en el cine. Infinity War nos mostraba desde el primer minuto a Thanos como un poderoso villano y más tarde nos revelaba sus inquietudes y tus metas para que empatizasemos con el. Coinseguía incluso darnos pena en ciertos momentos e incluso entender sus motivaciones. No era el típico villano que ejercía el mal porque está loco o por puro egoísmo.

Endgame no tiene villano. Si, vuelve Thanos durante la ultima hora de metraje pero es insolvente, sus motivaciones ya las conocíamos y ahora solo es más cruel y despiadado. Ver como humilla a todos los Vengadores de nuevo con tu basto poder (menos a la Capitana Marvel no sea que se enfaden las feministas por pegar a una mujer) y como al final todo sale bien, porque es una película de superheroes y todo tiene que acabar bien. Nada comparable a la sensación de vacío y la ruptura de la cuarta pared del final de Infinity War. "No quiero irme Sr. Stark"

Le doy un 6 por su tramo final y por su enorme calidad de efectos especiales que eran de esperar. Entretenida, palomitera pero demasiado larga.
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MrGamer598Apr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I was definitely disappointed with this after watching Infinity War. Thanos who was a great, very well developed villain was turned into another bland emotionless sludge. The forced girl power narratives were also an eye roll. Fat Thor was ridiculous, coupled with all of the sob stories. However there were definitely redeeming qualities about this movie. They explained the time travel very well and somewhow out of all the characters I thought Hawkeye was the best. Expand
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fordagameApr 26, 2019
I am a bit amazed, that this movie has so high score from fans. I am huge fan of MCU and even movies which by some reason a lot of people thinks that are weak I have still liked. I like superheroes, I like idea behind them. There are moviesI am a bit amazed, that this movie has so high score from fans. I am huge fan of MCU and even movies which by some reason a lot of people thinks that are weak I have still liked. I like superheroes, I like idea behind them. There are movies with stronger stories, there are movies with stronger visual effects, but in general all of them are good..... up until Avengers Endgame. Can I say that I regret that I watched it? No... after all I wanted to see what they think about this, how Marvel see ending of Infinity Saga. Everything in this shared universe was build somehow with the idea of this movie and in the end we receive some strange comedy. The best thing in the movie was constant flow of stupid jokes from every character. It wasn't about superheroes anymore. Half of the characters received some strange "development" which totally change who they are and turn them either in whiny baby or in stupid nerd. Marvel constantly breaks the rule of time travelling which they put in the movie. They just try to explain something and in a few scenes after that they do something totally different it seems to be alright. But even this is not the problem.... the problem is time travel itself. This was more like they wanted to play some nostalgia on the viewers, than to build some story. Yea, its nice to remember all this good movies, but I WANTED to see some original story. I understand that it is hard always to create something original and totally different... but come on, that was final of 21 movies and 10 years of development and you was lazy to think for something different than Time Travel? We just go back in time and fix it. Human imagination is endless and you came wit this. Especially in comic books where multiverse is integral part of the universe, we just time travel and fix the wrong. I expected to see that 50% of all living forms remained in one universe while other 50% have be send in other multiverse or something like that. More complicated scenario, where of course we will save everyone, but it will have some interesting and logical explanation why. That plot was slap in the face for me. The weakest plot in all MCU in a movie which actually needed to show the best of it. And even not like the movie was that bad... it was watchable. There was good moments, good visual effects. If it was for example some generic movie as Deadpool or Shazam or Ant-man... I would say ok, not the best plot, but nice movie, but not for Avengers, not after all this year. It just needed to be much much more, they could do it, we deserved it. The way they retire old avengers was ridiculous. As Marvel itself said, everything should come to an end, but their end should be Infinity wars, not this... they really make one step after the end and break everything beautiful in it. So I would personally put even lower score, because they have failed to make a good ending, but after all if we forget about the story (which actually for me was the biggest part of the score) it was good movie as quality. A lot of pew pew, boom boom in it, good for watching and for eye. Expand
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ilovethorApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This movie was okay. I am in love with thor because hes super awesome and sexy and captain america sucks i hate him hes so annoying. I was very disappointed with this movie because thor was fat and not sexy for almost the entire movie he barely fought. I almost cried when that idiot captain america was able to pick up thors hammer but i was even more mad when his eyes turned blue and he could do the lightning thing. Thor is way more awesome than captain america and in avengers end game it didnt seem like it. It was more of a comedy than an action and adventure movie. The ending was sad because my third favourite avenger iron man died I rly rly rly wish that it was captain america instead. But anyways thor is just super awesome and it would have been fine if he was fat for a bit then he was sexy and awesome again at the end for the fight scene but no he was fat and not awesome the entire time. I was super excited to see thor be all awesome and his eyes turn blue and lightning strikes everywhere like when he came into wakanda in infinity war but nooooo he was fat and not sexy. And also i didnt like captain marvels haircut and the first 2 hours of the movie suck and i wish that they at least made all the superheros awesome for the end. But instead they made everyone but the strongest avenger (thor) awesome. And i also like black panther and he was in it for like two seconds and i love tom holland and he was cute in it but he was only in it for like two seconds. So pretty much thor rules captain america drools but for some reason they made thor fat and not awesome at fighting and not sexy the whole movie so im very upset but obviously i still love thor with all my heart chris hemsworth is the sexiest man alive Expand
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egoBorderApr 28, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Considering how much I enjoyed Infinity War, I was surprised by how disappointing Endgame was. Not a bad movie by far, and some of the things that bothered me won't be an issue for others, but I expected more. With that said, the beginning and ending are the best parts, so you'll likely leave the theatre happy (even if the movie doesn't sit too well as you digest it).

I was surprised by the amount of humor. And even though I thought the jokes mostly landed, it was weird that in a universe where half of sentient life disappeared there are so many people cracking jokes. I would have appreciated a darker humor until the snap is reversed. I just felt it undercut the stakes and loss the characters would be feeling after their defeat in the last movie, even if a bit of levity is needed for the audience's sake.

The thing that bothered me the most was the reliance of time travel as a plot device. I can accept time travel if it's just kind of in the background, but the moment a movie tries to make it seem real is the moment I can't accept it anymore. The worst part of Endgame is that despite telling myself several times, "Just ignore it and have fun!" the movie spends a lot of screen time on the time travel plot and is constantly trying to justify it. In the end I couldn't get past it and it made the middle of the movie really sag.
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Brent_MarchantApr 26, 2019
While it's a definite improvement over its snoozy predecessor, this latest installment in the franchise gets some things right but misses the mark on others. It's refreshing to see a superhero film that doesn't place an overreliance onWhile it's a definite improvement over its snoozy predecessor, this latest installment in the franchise gets some things right but misses the mark on others. It's refreshing to see a superhero film that doesn't place an overreliance on special effects and action sequences, choosing (wisely) to take a more human and personal approach to telling its story. It also deftly incorporates humor that actually works and in just the right amounts at just the right times. Where it fails, though, it comes up supremely disappointing, such as lazily drawing upon time-worn plot devices that show a lack of imagination, a closing sequence that goes on far too long, giving short shrift to a number of key characters and employing a screenplay that all too often assumes viewer awareness of material from previous installments in this and related franchises (a real problem if one hasn't seen all the movies in question, something that many other cinematic franchises have successfully managed to avoid). Die-hard fans will no doubt love this, but, to the less initiated, this is likely to come across as a somewhat half-baked effort. Expand
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DefinitelyMaybApr 27, 2019
Avengers:End game is by far a much better film than Infinity War. More structured and more cohesive than the mess that was IW. That being said, I think the film is a very good conclusion to the last 10 year journey, which I have been part ofAvengers:End game is by far a much better film than Infinity War. More structured and more cohesive than the mess that was IW. That being said, I think the film is a very good conclusion to the last 10 year journey, which I have been part of since watching the first Iron Man during my high school days. What I loved about the film was that it took a lot of risks and some much needed character conclusion to their arks. In a funny world, these characters would have survived indefinitely and continue to rake in millions of dollars for the Disney overlords, but I must commend Kevin Fegie, the directors and screenwriters to actually end most of their storylines. A lot of care was taken in terms of the direction of the characters and what this film would end. The meta aspects of this film was particularly satisfying with those who have followed all the films will enjoy the subversions offered throughout this 3 hour epic. That said this film is far from perfect, with many of the same flaws still very much present.

First, despite its epicness, much of the films drag into 3 distinct sections that I don't think add to being a very good cinematic experience. One massive annoyance is the tonal fluctations that seem to drag this movie down much like in IW. For example, in the first Act which reflects on the aftermath of Thanos's successful plan, we get some really dramatic scenes, then suddenly we get the usual MCU exposition/comedy scenes all fitted within adjacent to one another. One moment Black widows talking about something serious, and then another character talks about peanut butter sandwhiches. This is one of the painful things about the recent MCU films is the lack of dedication to the more dramatic aspects of their situation. First act on repeat viewings would have the feeling on dragging on because pretty much no action takes place. Another problem is that despite having these character moments, I dont think the film does a good job exploring these characters properly and in fact, there is little introspective of the sitatuion. We get to see for example, Captain America talk about how to move on in some sort of help group, but then we get little world-building of the tragedy that occured during IW. One thing I keep saying is that as the MCU keeps getting bigger and expanding, the world keeps feeling smaller and indifferent. For example, where is the military, why doesnt the film show what happens to the governments in Earth and other parts, where is Thunderbolt Ross, Martin Freeman's character, what about the villains? etc. We get very little of this but only a focus on the Avengers who lets face it, don;t really do much or is needed. Another poor thing that becomes apparent with the MCU is the lack of any villains/antagonists that are developed or survive long enough to be part of this. It feels like a missed opportunity in this film to actually get a sense of a bigger world at large. The movie then becomes a time travel/heist movie that is actually the most enjoyable. Despite some nitpicky time travel issues, I think this part was the most interesting and definitely the most worth in repeat viewings. However, this again was not a lot of actions and the characters splitting up made only some duos more interesting (ie Cap and Iron Man), whereas the pair of Black Widow/Hawkeye & WarMachine/Nebula were definitely boring and generic. There is also a lot of conveniences in this film which becomes more noticable on repeat viewings. The final act, is a massive fight and deeply rewarding on an action perspective. Whilst it is good, its certainly still not as good as the Russo's brothers previous efforts. WE get glimpses of all the good characters fighting and there are some genuinely jaw dropping moments such as Captain America picking up Mjolinir and the avengers assembling for the final fight. Lots of CGI which is a mix big unfortunately.

That being said, this was a much enjoyable film. The mixed feeling/score is reflective on the lack of cinematic quality and annoyance in that the film does many good stuff, but then is let down on other crucial aspects. Other things such as handing the mantle to Falcon, lack of emotional scene for Black Widow become bug bears on repeat viewings. Overall, this was still a satisfying experience, but for the sake of MCU, I hope they improve on the story and characters more in the future endeavours and be more like Winter Soldier, First Iron Man and Civil War which I think still are their best films.
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KrossboneApr 29, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Ah, Avengers: Endgame. The movie that the world was waiting for for about 10 years now? Anyways, let's get straight to the point. This movie is an extremely mixed bag for me. While there's many moments in here that are just breath-taking and badass, there's also a large number of scenes that just had me cringing.

First off, let's go over the positives. For anyone who has watched the movie, you know how awesome it was to see Captain America pick up Mjolnir and wail on Thanos. It was a very awe-inspiring scene and was just overall REALLY a fun watch. Similarly to this but with more consequence, when Iron Man acquired the Infinity Stones and snapped Thanos' forces away, that was also just as if not possibly more epic than Capt. America's feat of fighting Thanos with Mjolnir. Was also fun to see Ant-Man knock down a Chitari flying whale with just his giant form, but that's just me fanboying Ant-Man.

Another positive is the character arcs that both Capt. America and Iron Man go through over the course of the movie as they re-meet old friends and family as they travel across time trying to re-acquire the Infinity Stones. Now onto the negatives, and oh boy is there a bit to cover.

First off, this movie, no matter how many people might tell you otherwise, is FULL of SJW moments very clearly. Let's list them off, shall we?:
1. Thor, the white male that he is, has grown to be a lardy alcoholic in this movie that apparently can't even take on base Thanos while Capt. Marvel can effortlessly tank a headbutt from Thanos with the Infinity Gauntlet? Nice clear SJWism.
2. During the middle of the fight with Thanos, a bunch of the superwomen gather up together and start to wail on Thanos' forces, while all the men're just sitting in the sidelines like a bunch of sissies. This just goes to show the same ol', same ol' trope of "GIRL POWERRRR!" in modern Mary Sue-filled movies.
3. Another showing of feminist/SJW propaganda in this movie is Thor just randomly handing off the title of king of Asgard to the random Valkyrie chick we met and saw only a few movies ago. All of that after seeing him become a tub of lard? His character ruined? It's quite pathetic what they did to him, now he just runs around with the Guardians of the Galaxy and'll do who knows what for who knows how long.
4. Capt. America handing off the title of, well, Capt. America to a black guy, specifically Falcon, is another showing of stupid disregard for character in exchange for blatant SJW propaganda. Honestly, it's completely out-of-character for Steve to hand out the shield to Falcon instead of Bucky. He very clearly has a much bigger and better relationship with Bucky, so why hand it to Falcon? It's just dumb and completely takes you out of the otherwise surreal experience of seeing Cap as an oldie.

I could go on and on about why SJWism is what's ruining this movie, but it has flaws even aside from that. The movie is very uneventful, and very boring as a result. Many a moment, I'd find myself just wanting the movie to be over so I could take a bathroom break. And many of my friends have made the same claims. It's just not as fun to watch as the other movies, minus those few moments Cap and Iron Man had near the end of the film (but we know what happened to both of them, now don't we?).

If you just want to finish off the Marvel movies with a bit of a banger, this is the movie for you. It has some badass moments for many fan favs like Cap and Iron Man, and really builds up the fanservice with the final fight.
All this considered however, the movie is absolutely LITTERED with SJW garbage that really detracts from the experience for someone with more right-leaning viewpoints. If you're one of those kinda people like me, do or don't see this movie, but most certainly avoid the assuredly SJW phase 4 of the MCU Marvel Studios will be churning out in the not-so-distant future.
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cheeseburgersMay 2, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The best way to describe Endgame is chaotic which is expected when a movie tries to bring together so many characters. However, many sub-plot lines seem shoehorned. Captain Americas demise seemed strange, and really didn't fit the movie. How Iron Man managed to take the stones off of the glove at the end didn't make sense. Captain America coming in and destroying the entire enemy ship as if it were butter, I mean come on, had she shown up 10 minutes sooner there would not have been any fight. That should be a sign of a character that is too OP. Thanos is initially able to throw Captain Marvel aside, then tries again and isn't able to without the power stone. The evil nebula dying without killing a single character. Thanos refusing to finish off any of iron man, thor, or captain america even though he indicated that it was personal now. He literally just stood there for a minute doing nothing until the reinforcements showed up. Thor, captain america, and iron man were unable to defeat thanos without him even having the stones? It seemed like the 3 of them together would've been able to pull it off in infinity war if thanos hadn't had the stones yet. These are just the plot holes I can remember 3 days after watching.

The pacing of the movie was herky jerky as well. I was yawning in the theater for the first 45 minutes of the movie. Some parts were just too slow and drawn out. Finally, if you're going to kill off captain america and iron man, they should have killed thor as well to wrap it all up cleanly. Not only that, but let the legacy of the characters end there. Don't pass the captain america shield to his side kick and the role of iron man to tony starks wife and friend.

The sound and music was great. The video effects were awesome. I didn't have a problem with most of the jokes or spoken lines. But the plot holes, pacing, and legacies are what subtracted 4 points for me.
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PaynebynameMay 6, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Infinity War was a wonderful epic film yet this doesn't feel like it is written or directed by the same people.

They 'cleansed' Thor and Hulk of their toxic masculinity making them literally laughing stocks. From IW when Thor had an amazing journey, he is just embarrassing in this. And Hulk whose MO is losing his **** and smashing things up is suddenly all touchy feely - what the hell. It's almost like there is some kind of agenda in needing to clip the wings of the old guard before the next phase.

The time travel feels silly and gimmicky and nothing more than self indulgent fan service. They effectively ape IW by having the Avengers go on a stone search just like Thanos did in IW. It makes scenes such as that on Vormire have little or no tension because we saw it all in the other film.

Tony and Steve's arc doesn't get any decent closure with Tony reverting to the self absorbed douche bag that he was when the series started and Steve being his effective verbal whipping boy. All the efforts to make Thanos engaging and empathetic are cast aside so that the journey we saw him go on in IW is just thrown in the trash and we are given the 2014 Thanos who is just a cardboard cut out evil bad guy. This isn't the guy that we saw in IW who made the sacrifice on Vormire and could empathise with Scarlet Witch.

For no reason whatsoever, he has decided against his life goal of a 50% cull of the universe to complete annihilation of everything even though he hasn't had the opportunity to experience the 'fruits' of his cull. He is also now ridiculously over powered. In IW, Stormbreaker nearly kills Thanos when he has all six stones yet in Endgame, he has no stones or gauntlet and Thor can't mortally damage him with Stormbreaker AND Mjolnir.

I've seen many try to dismiss these as easily explainable plot holes but the reality is that they are just lazy writing and pretentious directing. Seemingly the makers got themselves into a hole with a fearsome yet sympathetic bad guy, cooked up a time travel device that created nothing but a slew of contradictions, removed the straight line linearity of IW, invested all the money in a final battle that looked like an over inflated DC mess rather than matching the clear and beautifully simple fights/battles from IW and felt the need to hobble some of the biggest characters to signal their social justice virtue.

This disappointment of a film which must rank as the Russo's worst MCU film smacks of what happened with Joss Whedon and the Ultron film. Too much pressure and studio meddling , straight jacketed by a dose of political correctness and a loss of stand out creativity to be patched over with fan pleasing guff.

Given the Russo's previous stellar work, I expected this to be sure fire hit but what I got was a hot mess of a film that tried to tie things up but rendered itself a little vanilla in doing so. What a wasted opportunity , what a sad end to what had been a glorious 10 years and what a disappointing follow on from the fabulous Infinity War.
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arcticsummerMay 6, 2019
Very disappointing vs. the great Infinity Wars. What happened to all the witty dialogue? The writing was just plain poor this time around. It felt like the writers were lazy and took the audience for granted. Cheap fat jokes just don't cut itVery disappointing vs. the great Infinity Wars. What happened to all the witty dialogue? The writing was just plain poor this time around. It felt like the writers were lazy and took the audience for granted. Cheap fat jokes just don't cut it in this movie. Instead of the joy we felt watching Infinity Wars (and the first Avengers movie), we felt one big "meh" after watching this one. With very few exceptions, the interesting character interplay and humor that was present in Infinity Wars was absent in this one. It's frustrating to see this movie getting such great reviews from "professional" reviewers. With all the money spent and made with these films, couldn't they hire good writers? Expand
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TheDevilCorrectApr 28, 2019
Here's the skinny. You'll watch this 3 hour borefest for only one good reason; the 20 minutes of worth-while content that happens in the form of a battle. Before that, and after that-not worth watching. The Battle still isn't as good as theHere's the skinny. You'll watch this 3 hour borefest for only one good reason; the 20 minutes of worth-while content that happens in the form of a battle. Before that, and after that-not worth watching. The Battle still isn't as good as the Airport battle in Civil War. It's a disappointing movie. Expand
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Ryanm42Apr 30, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. A bit of a mess...But it might grow on me.

This movie was not nearly as tight and orderly as Infinity War. It had way too much going on, got bogged down in too many needless scenes that dragged too long and poorly told jokes that did not stick like they usually do.

The final battle did not have nearly as much action as expected. And since it was against time-travel Thanos it really didn't feel like it was against the real Thanos from Infinity War. A missed opportunity.

The Russo Brothers said they wanted to dedicate this one to the fans. If you want to please the fans, then make a great movie.
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sahlabMay 8, 2019
TL;DR: Avengers: Endgame is a massive extravaganza film with a lot of enjoyable moments, but without soul, purpose, artistic vision, philosophy or literary value. It's just a big teaser/commercial for upcoming "products" by the Disney;MarvelTL;DR: Avengers: Endgame is a massive extravaganza film with a lot of enjoyable moments, but without soul, purpose, artistic vision, philosophy or literary value. It's just a big teaser/commercial for upcoming "products" by the Disney;Marvel brand.
Final verdict: I'm done with the MCU.
The Good: -Moments, plenty of memorable moments, plenty of funny moments. It almost feels like the script had the sole challenge of gluing as many cool moments together while marginally providing a way out of the dead end they wrote themselves into with Infinity War's ending.
-RDJ delivers a solid performance, without which I think this movie would be unwatchable.
-As per usual, visual effects are great, especially with characters that rely heavily on motion capture, and the de-aging tech is becoming scarily good.
-In spite of my harsh criticism of this movie's direction (that is still to come), I still think the Russos deserve praise for taking on the monumental task of handling a comic cross-over event.
The Bad:
-Writing: Bad writing: bad storytelling, bad character arcs, SJW crap breaking the immersion every few minutes, bad dialogue, lazy jokes and a time-traveling plot that doesn't make any sense. And mother of God, plot convenience is the one true hero of this movie. Scott Lang is saved from being trapped in the Quantum realm by plot convenience mouse, Stark figures out time travel by plot convenience AI, Thanos finds out about the avengers' plan by plot convenience cross-time Nebula, and many many other examples.
As for SJW crap, Thor and Hulk has been neutered, and Captain Marvel were shoved in this movie without any vision or purpose.
-Direction:
The direction was weak; The five year gap in the beginning screws up the pacing and is in my opinion a symbol of the triumph of corporate vision over artistic vision. Since there is no discernible effect of the this 5 year gap on the plot, or even most of the story threads. I can only guess this 5 year gap is a corporate device to house spin-off shows and things of this sort. Something we'll just have to wait and see.
The pacing of the movie is terrible all throughout. But specifically, the impact of the heist part is totally undercut by the "past Nebula revealing the plan to Thanos" crap, this crap was there only to produce the mandatory final showdown, which wasn't very inspired but had some "cool" moments, the plot ends about 15 minutes before the end of the movie which is always a problem.
In Infinity War, the directors did a good job of juggling the many characters, but in Endgame, not at all. A good example would be that the only thing BP did in this movie was be on screen for a few seconds and say: "Yibambe"! Add to that the clear SJW motif of neutering Hulk and Thor, and you get a 3 hour movie that neither develops, nor even build upon the development from past movies, of most key characters.
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JoeCoolApr 26, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Don't be fooled by all the one-review account 10-scores, there was probably some sort of prize to be won if they gave this movie a 10. The truth is that the first hour of this movie is plain boring, I mean really boring. After half an hour it becomes clear that time travel is the way to go to set things right. Can you say major plot holes on the way? Presposterous plot followed by an hour of messy crap before they get into any kind of action. The "comedy" is sort of on par with Infinity War. More slapstick for those who enjoy that kind of thing. Chuckles here and there and thankfully not as awkwardly childish as Ragnarok.

The war scenes were good, I mean really good. Thanos is nicely done again and the fights are really well done, as we've come to expect really even if deja-vu creeps into the picture more than once. A whole lot of things still don't make any sort of sense. Captain Marvel was pushed in there with twice the charisma compared to the movie with her name on it, but that's not really that big of an achievement. Not that those good scenes are an excuse to have to sit through three hours of movie. They could have easily taken off half an hour to an hour and simply have created a better experience. It's really just too long for what it's bringing to the table.

Some characters retire and some die, that's something in the sense of closure for the MCU and things to come. It could have been worse I suppose but boredom was the real winner in the end. I was really glad to get out the theatre and that's not a good sign at all.

Still it's not all bad, just slow, dumb and messy before they get to the sorta good stuff. The good stuff is really good, there's just not enough of it to go around.
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c0nsumeApr 29, 2019
Visually amazing but a mess. It just seems that whoever wrote this was trying to cram in a list pre-determined ideological goals. I found myself laughing upon numerous occasions, but not to any scripted humour other than Korg who isVisually amazing but a mess. It just seems that whoever wrote this was trying to cram in a list pre-determined ideological goals. I found myself laughing upon numerous occasions, but not to any scripted humour other than Korg who is brilliant, but to the more cringe worthy parts. Four points go towards visual and effects team, awesome work, oh and Korg. Expand
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pittuApr 30, 2019
The script and the forced "humor" really are a turn off. Just like Infinity War, this is another movie that - though technically polished - lacks substance. I guess 10-14 year old kids will enjoy this movie a lot.
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SWEEPtheLEG175Apr 28, 2019
Infinity War was a 10 for me...this was a 4. Too many long & drawn out scenes. Some jokes they took too far or went to the well too many times..THOR cough cough...Everyone will praise this film, I think it kinda sucked.
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emrahozApr 28, 2019
Worst Marvel movie ...............................................................................
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NikolayGApr 29, 2019
The biggest problem with Endgame is that it is far too long. Right from the start it has ponderously long scenes. The same story could have been presented in 2 hours without losing a word. Other problems include never learning why Dr. StrangeThe biggest problem with Endgame is that it is far too long. Right from the start it has ponderously long scenes. The same story could have been presented in 2 hours without losing a word. Other problems include never learning why Dr. Strange did what he did at the end of Infinity War, a funny but unexplained change to the Hulk, and a major plot device we have already seen in an X-Men movie, a plot device that renders all drama going forward meaningless. Nothing that happens in the next Spider-Man movie, nothing that happens in the upcoming Black Widow movie, matters ... at all. All problems are now, according to what Endgame established, completely fixable after the fact. Finally, Captain Marvel is MUCH too powerful. In one scene (I'll be vague to avoid spoilers) she destroys something very very very large simply by flying through it. If she can do that, none of the other Avengers are really even relevant. Also, I recall that no one but Thor could lift Thor's hammer, so why is Captain America running around with it like it weighs 10 pounds?

The good stuff: great scenes with Tony Stark; great scenes with Steve Rogers. In fact, without the personal touches regarding Tony and Steve I would have given this movie a 5. There were a handful of jokes that made the audience roar with laughter but I was in the last row and the jokes were spoken so softly by the characters I couldn't hear what was being said. But I will assume they were great and so list them under the positives.

And that's about it. Not spectacular. Though I do give the writers credit for weaving so many characters into the mix (though not enough Black Widow fight scenes for my taste).
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Xan_RyilMay 2, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Thanos finished the world, understandable, but why that long face? Everyone knew from the start that world was going to come back (and with new hair styles) so why spend first 60 minutes being so serious?
They followed the formula all 2-part movies do (Kill Bill Vol-1/2, Harry Potter and Deathly Hollow 1/ 2) where first part is all about action and next one a lot drama with action in the end. Lesser known avengers could sue Thanos for discrimination as he left most famous Avengers to undo what he had done. But in the same way, Thanos can sue Disney and Marvel for strategically delaying Captain Marvel Movie Hence Captain Marvel was kind of immune to the disintegration phenomenon. Not only that but every single Avenger was saved with no serious injury in a massive missile attack by Thanos just before the final better. So was Antman who was in Quantam Realm, strangely 5 years were only 5 hours to him, but not to the Wasp who stayed there for some 30 years but aged 300 years which should have been 30 hours only.

Logic behind saving the world was so grossly cliché and confusing that most of the time it was hard to catch up. Introduction of time machine and promise to not engage with past selves or play with the thread of time was so lame. Eventually they had to come up with the most stupid reasons to fill up the black holes they created in their stories. Like previous movie, End game has infinite stares. In an action packed movie where every response is predicted, a serious focus on a character and his dense stare feels awkward. Infused drama about every character, we know how much everyone thrives for science yet they refuse in the start to only come up with the solution in snap of a finger. Be it Bruce Banner or Tony Stark. Greatest science inventions like time machine are shown to be as easy as boiling eggs. Time travel not only revives dead and disintegrated characters but makes avengers even more strong. I wondered if they thought to go back in time and fix 9/11.
Since writers were extremely lazy while developing the idea for the movie and could not weave in all the events in the past with their retrospective effects, they brought in an alternate reality approach so that they could mess up other realities to save the one they are in. And avengers in other realities are so lazy and sacrificing that they didn’t lift a finger to save their realities because Disney was not making movie about their reality.
Character profile and development is perhaps strongest if we minus the excessive drama. Tony and Captain get the strongest storyline. Natasha’s departure and response by rest of avengers was perhaps forced into the story. All these years and no one knew if she had a family? What kind of friendship they have? Finally, the most commercial idea of passing Captain America’s shield (franchise torch) to someone colored. There was a Wonder Woman moment when all females assembled to secure Captain Marvel’s trip to time machine. Special effects are nothing new and same goes for the weird creatures.
End Game might try to invoke that feeling which you have when a very long series end but it infuses more drama and action it actually needed and the ending in every possible way was predictable and weak.
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sshuklinApr 30, 2019
Overall too mediocre plot and too overhyped movie. 2.5 hours of reflexion and flashbacks, 10 minutes of action and 20 minutes of condolesences. Tanos shifts motives like he has a PMS. Thor is depicted a clown. Captain Marvel is added just toOverall too mediocre plot and too overhyped movie. 2.5 hours of reflexion and flashbacks, 10 minutes of action and 20 minutes of condolesences. Tanos shifts motives like he has a PMS. Thor is depicted a clown. Captain Marvel is added just to approve feminists' trends. Too dissapointing even for the marvel fanboys. Expand
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GoreministerApr 29, 2019
The movie is "okay", but can´t reach the same intensity like Avengers: Infinity War. Sadly to say, that the production team missed the opportunity to deliver a milestone in superhero cinema. The effects and the shooting is top notch, butThe movie is "okay", but can´t reach the same intensity like Avengers: Infinity War. Sadly to say, that the production team missed the opportunity to deliver a milestone in superhero cinema. The effects and the shooting is top notch, but unfortunately that´s not all. It just looked like "work on schedule". So, don´t believe the media hype and don´t set your expections to high. Entertaining, but nothing more... Expand
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NovanonApr 29, 2019
It was just Okay. Certainly entertaining but not anywhere as good as Infinity War. There are some good notes. Some great dialogue and action-sequences. The overall plot is pretty solid. Buuuuuuuut, the pacing is sluggish and choppy. After theIt was just Okay. Certainly entertaining but not anywhere as good as Infinity War. There are some good notes. Some great dialogue and action-sequences. The overall plot is pretty solid. Buuuuuuuut, the pacing is sluggish and choppy. After the first hour, I found myself wondering when the movie would actually start. I got bored. I've never gotten bored watching an MCU movie before! Some of the character design choices were not well-explained or executed. You are made to accept that 'These well-established character(s) are suddenly different and like this now'. I guess the writers thought the events from the prior movie would be good enough but I think that is lazy and insufficient. I'm glad I saw it but I don't think I will feel inclined to watch it ever again. Expand
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frgreen3May 7, 2019
This movie was 1 hour and 45 minutes of plot packed into 3 hours. Except for some good one-liners from Rocket and and several amusing references to other movie franchises the movie was a long slog to a predictable ending.
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BatushaiApr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Le pondría 7 pero la verdad se hace lenta y aburrida en particular en el comienzo. Esta pelicula con 1 hora menos, hubiera sido mas dinamica y mas entretenida. Una gran decepción luego de ver Infinity. En especial Thanos, en la anterior era maravilloso ver el desarrollo de un gran personaje como él, en esta es un malo más.

Ojo, no es una mala pelicula tiene grandes momentos y momentos epicos como la lucha final. Pero incluso allí tiene inconsistencias, como es que Capitan america puede usar el martillo de Thor e incluso puede lanzar rayos con él???? Yo me pregunto de los 14 millones de futuros posibles que el Dr Strange predijo esta era la única posibilidad, no me jodas.

Y hay muertes de personajes queridos, pero la verdad que no me llegarón a tocar, uno ya al ver Infinity sabiamos lo que iba a pasar, y la otra. Lo arruinan con el mensaje de Skype. Hubieran sacado esa parte y me hubiera llegado a emocionar más. Tiene momentons muy buenos, pero otros que sobran.

SPOILERS AHEAD
Y no quiero dar spoilers, pero de todas las cosas que podes hacer con una maquina del tiempo. Volver y ayudar a tus amigos, cambiar el rumbo de la historia, hacer que el mundo sea mejor, volver en el momento justo para evitar lo que pasa en infinity wars... no me voy a encontrarme con mi EX?!
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siman0Apr 28, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. If your angry about spoilers, its already spoiled... The movie is predictable... Only part that wasn't is when Thor comes back into the picture... It's three long hours of boredom...

Only thing that offsets me from rating lower is the visuals and sound quality where spot on... Even then I almost walked out on this one...

The move is 2/3 of the cast feeling sorry for themselves and the last 1/3 is them actualy doing something about it... There, that's the movie. Was a waste of my time and money...
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leonwahyuApr 28, 2019
They say they want to make a good story, 11 years marvel, or 11 years from several characters? really many hole plots, and lazy writing. the infinity war is very good, but endgames make urinating less painful than seeing their stories.
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They say they want to make a good story, 11 years marvel, or 11 years from several characters? really many hole plots, and lazy writing. the infinity war is very good, but endgames make urinating less painful than seeing their stories.
I have to say, i have a mixing feelings, as the fan. the services was good, but as movie lover, it didn't
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RottenTomatosApr 28, 2019
(RottenTomatoes)- They delete my reviews frequently and the ratings for movies are not as accurate. There time was good, but MetaCritic's time is now. Thank you MetaCritic for not denying people freedom of speech and being corrupt. The 3(RottenTomatoes)- They delete my reviews frequently and the ratings for movies are not as accurate. There time was good, but MetaCritic's time is now. Thank you MetaCritic for not denying people freedom of speech and being corrupt. The 3 hours was unnecessary. First hour is filled with bad jokes and lines that sound like they were written by 5 year old. They spend time on things that don't matter. We want to see Iron man struggle in creating the time machine, we want to see Captain marvel searching to find Iron-man, we want to see Ant-man being abandoned in the void. We don't want to see people eating with hulk at a dinner talking about how they shouldn't give up hope and that the time machine idea is good. Like, seriously way too much time in convincing people to do things that they shouldn't need convincing of or we DID NOT NEED TO SEE. Then Captain america ruined the whole time theory they set up. If he went back in time and married her, then that means there were 2 captain Americas and he somehow stayed in hiding never got recognized. But then also, in a previous movie he banged her child, so presumably that means either she was never born because he married her. OR perhaps that means Captain america always was with her and then that means he **** his own daughter. But still that would mean that there should currently be one old Captain america and a young one. But we only see the old one. There should be two. And the shield was also supposed to go to Bucky. This project took years and it is just barely not ****. They made the first one good, so they didn't need to try on this one I guess. The last movie felt like adults wrote the script, but this one seems like it was written by a girl in 8th grade. Expand
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RowdyRafeApr 28, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Here are the pros and cons


Pros:
OG Avengers
Thanos
Good payoff
Brie Larson had minimal screen time
Ending credits

Cons:
Very slow first act
Plot holes
Wahmen/Wamin cringe scene (Dammit. Would rate this movie really higher without the SJW Feminism injected through this scene)



This really is the end of the MCU. Everything else down the road will be forced diversity and toxic feminism.
Thank you, Stan Lee.
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JohnMcG1985Apr 28, 2019
Complete mess, shoehorned everything but the kitchen sink, and destroyed a golden path laid out by Infinity War, bits were really good but over all it is nothing but a word minced maze of lack of imaginations colliding. Been marvel my wholeComplete mess, shoehorned everything but the kitchen sink, and destroyed a golden path laid out by Infinity War, bits were really good but over all it is nothing but a word minced maze of lack of imaginations colliding. Been marvel my whole life, and now with this i am not. Thanks for nothing. Expand
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MrThanosMay 2, 2019
Full of plotholes, weird/illogical character decisions, weird/illogical world building, numerous writing decisions and moments that are clearly put there with an agenda, etc. For what it promised, rather disappointing.
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MrJoshineonApr 28, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Realmente no estamos ante evento cinematográfico del siglo. Es una película entretenida llena de conveniencias y algunos huecos de guion. No es insoportable pero tampoco es, como ya se dijo, lo mejor del Aquí algunas inconsistencias:
- Capitán A. y el martillo de Thor es un gran Deus Ex Machina
- La rata que libera a Ant Man es la mayor conveniencia de la película.
- El hecho de que Thanos pudiera viajar al "futuro" es imposible, pues solo se había entregado dos frascos de partículas Pin a cada personaje, por ende entre Nebula y War Machine solo tenían 4, 2 fueron gastadas cuando ambos viajaron al "pasado" y la última cuando War Machine vuelve al "presente", por ende la última solo pudo ser usado por Nebula o Thanos, aunque finalmente todo su maldito ejército va al "presente"
-El hecho de que hayan tirado el guante con las gemas me hace pensar en una película slasher cuando los personajes tiran un arma a pesar de que están en peligro, en el caso de Avengers a pesar de que tienen el arma más peligrosa -A su vez si hubieran usado el guente en la batalla con Thanos la película no se hubiera alargado más, aunque esa batalla si estuvo buena.
-Capitana Marvel al comienzo y al final llegando porque sí.
- Al final Iron Man le quita las gemas a Thanos ¿cómo?, no importa mientras que los buenos ganen.
- Aunque no afecte a la trama el Cap. viejo del final no tendría sentido si se sigue la lógica de la película, si aquello que sucede en un "pasado" realmente no afecta al futuro.
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jnbayridge2288Apr 29, 2019
It wasn't that good of a movie. It didn't have enough action. I don't know why people are saying this movie is that good. I also didn't think it was that funny.
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fredphoeshMay 15, 2019
I had to multiu-task watching this mish mash hodge podge. I think the task of wrapping up so many movies stood against it, and for those who did not see 80% of the previous movies, this one had to many "meaningful" scenes that meant nothingI had to multiu-task watching this mish mash hodge podge. I think the task of wrapping up so many movies stood against it, and for those who did not see 80% of the previous movies, this one had to many "meaningful" scenes that meant nothing to me. As usual with all these, a major clice-fest, but then what do you expect with a movie aimed at action-movie mentality. Effects are nice, bla bla, but yawn, we know they will be, obvs... a bit more depth maybe, naaah, that's asking too much. 4/10 Expand
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mcmricApr 29, 2019
I left the theatre with mixed emotions. After 10+ years invested in the MCU and Infinity War (the best of all the Marvel movies!), my expectations were probably unrealistically high. The movie brought a lot of closure to the MCU. But theI left the theatre with mixed emotions. After 10+ years invested in the MCU and Infinity War (the best of all the Marvel movies!), my expectations were probably unrealistically high. The movie brought a lot of closure to the MCU. But the failed to deliver anything close to Infinity War. It’s a must watch for any fan of the MCU. Expand
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petrovich_zfxApr 30, 2019
The most significant problem with this film is it lenght. For such short and simple story it has way too many dialogs and unecesary plot lines. They dull, uninteresting and sometimes senceless. It is just half cooked. Tried to make a grimThe most significant problem with this film is it lenght. For such short and simple story it has way too many dialogs and unecesary plot lines. They dull, uninteresting and sometimes senceless. It is just half cooked. Tried to make a grim story, didnt have the guts, cause of children. Tried to step aside from action and show more dramma, wrote very silly lines. It is by all means not a bad movue. It is just simply a borring one. Mediocre. Expand
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BoskowitzMay 4, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Utterly pointless movie. Replace the last ten minutes of IW with the last ten minutes of Endgame, and you have everything of note in a single movie. Unfortunately a big step back from Infinity War. IF offered an epic plot with the fantastic worlds, that was made great by great characters. EG is emotional and character-based drama. The only problem is, emotions and characters are where EG fails. It is hard to believe those two movies were made by the same people. Bad script, bad direction, bad pretty much everything. Scenes and emotions flow without any regard to each other, scenes of sadness, abruptly replaced by comical ones. A lot of scenes that serve no particular purpose, other than cheap and stupid jokes in what is supposed to be a tragical/drama movie. Or vain effort to convey emotions or shoehorn something in. A man that is able to build a fusion reactor in a cave has to wait for a space taxi? Or that Hawkey/Widow thing. Why is Hawkeye willing to exchange his whole family for Widow? Survivor guilt, yeah, but other than that, why does he want to jump off that cliff? His haircut?

Character-wise, I am of course not talking about Brian "Deus Ex" Larson, who is just a bad actress playing a bad character in bad scenes. I mean, it is almost funny, she is so OP they have to figure out how to keep her out of the story, because otherwise she would not only marginalise every other hero, but the whole story as well. So bad.

Or Black Widow, cold-blooded killer who for some strange reason had a nervous breakdown and now rules the universe while surviving on peanut butter sandwiches. No jelly, that is how serious it is. And the movie is full of such silly and naive scenes one would expect from a college director. Well, it is about time travel after all, but still.

It is the disgrace called Thor. Ragnarok/Infinity War completed his awesome story arc, he finished his journey, becomes the high king of the nine worlds (or something).

In Infinity War, he had one purpose. To avenge his people and his family. But no! Turns out those 6 movies was not what Thor really wanted. All he really wanted was to tour the universe in a space ship!

So instead of leading his people in moments of their greatest needs, he passes the throne onto a traitor and coward and run away to bully a man who lost his mother when he was 5, brought up by pirates and had to kill his own godlike father. Some people find that funny. I guess he was too awesome even for the WOMON POWA, so he had to go. WTF? Thanos Hitlerised into just an another egotistical maniac. Yeah, the reason why IF was so great? An actual antagonist! Constant bullying of Ant-Man was not that funny either. The more I think about it, Endgame is the new low for Marvel Universe. (Not counting Captain Marvel, I mean...) Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 style. Yes, Age of Ultron. I will have to think twice before seeing a Marvel again. The story direction is completely wrong.
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Michael84Apr 30, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Avengers:Endgame is the culmination of over a decade of work, and while that is admirable (and I have enjoyed it thoroughly for the most part) Endgame felt to me like every one wanted to stand around and part themselves on the back for 3 hours.

There were parts of genuine emotion, humor and tragedy, but it really felt like Disney were saying 'Goodbye' to an older product line and 'Hello' to new planks in the franchise building model.

I guess we will never know what the Russo brothers could have done if Disney had taken the handcuffs off - they were brilliant in The Winter Soldier - because the movie spent so long establishing new settings and characters for the next phase of the MCU. New Captain America, Loki disappears with the Tessaract, the Asgardians of the Galaxy, Gentle Hulk ... everywhere you look there is a new movie in the works. Disney has shown a shocking lack of awareness when it comes to their cash cows - they managed to torpedo the Star Wars franchise after couple of movies - and it looks like they won't be stopping any time soon with the MCU, Black Widow, Gaurdians 3, Spiderman:Far From Home all the works and the feeling of franchise fatigue is well and truly settling in.

The movie itself isn't terrible. It has some really good parts, but it's just kind of a mess. It flips from tragic, to heroic, to suspense without really knowing if the emotions have landed, or if you even care. Thor going back and having a moment with his mother is a scene with genuine emotion, then having Hulk and Black Widow barely acknowledge each other in the aftermath of the dusting is completely ridiculous (remember when they were an item? What the hell happened to that? Wouldn't a galaxy spanning tragedy pull the survivors closer together?) Ugh, it's a series of moments stitched together to create a spectacle but it doesn't really make for a great viewing experience. Speaking of viewing - did it feel to anyone else that they kind of got to the end of production, saw some of the CGI and went "Eh, that'll do"? Because there are scenes that are jarring in the uneven production values of the imagery. Most scenes are done well, but there is the odd scene where it is really noticeable that they haven't brought their A game.

After the initial adrenaline rush of viewing it for the first time, I was struck by how disappointed I felt in the movie. It had all the elements of a great movie, and yet seemed to be a bit tone deaf in the execution. And after all the crashing and exploding were finished, the Russo's went full Peter Jackson and spent half an hour at the end giving every character full fan service (complete with nameplate and signatures in the credits). They should have called the movie Avengers: Curtain Call, and it would have been more appropriate.

The one thing it does do is create an end. Stark sacrificing himself for the greater good sees the full character arc of Tony complete. He was the first, and most important, Avenger and the MCU won't be the same without him. (Note: With the introduction of Time travel, it's not like they're just gonna let him stay dead if the box office starts to suffer).

So if you're invested in the series, go see it. It's not for you if you haven't been keeping up with the movies though, as the movie expects you to have a pretty thorough knowledge of the happenings in the MCU up to this point.

Welcome to the MCU, where the characters are made up and the plot doesn't matter.
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DocTMay 1, 2019
Disappointing. The build up was slow and even got boring at times. The movie was enjoyable but not great. Not sure what others found great in this movie. Definitely not my favourite avengers movie
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MetempsychosisMay 5, 2019
One word: ok.

First of all, I don't think I've ever seen such a cheap victory for the good guys. Without going into details, the best word I can think of is "lame". Thanos seemed like the one that fought the hardest and won because he was
One word: ok.

First of all, I don't think I've ever seen such a cheap victory for the good guys. Without going into details, the best word I can think of is "lame". Thanos seemed like the one that fought the hardest and won because he was the strongest, until the Avengers cheated, and I'm not even talking about the time travel that they invented on the fly. People that saw the movie know what I'm talking about.

What the **** was Gamora's motivation? The amount of **** the movie needs to pull so that the Avengers can win is fanfiction worthy.

Then there is this grl powah the movies are trying to pull. Here is how you know you're being sexist: invert the genders and if you cringe, you are being sexist. What the hell did they do to Thor? How would that have looked like if they pulled that with Carol?. Why is it funny funny that Gamora did that to Peter? He didn't know it was another Gamora. For ****s sake. It's childish and unnecessary.

The good thing is that for every stupid crap the movies pulls, it has something great or heartwarming too. What a great goodbye this movie was. Just not on the same level as Infinity War. But a good watch.
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TaitaloscribaMay 20, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Really boring and disappointing movie. Quite predictable. Hulk and Thor are made ridiculous. The worst movie of the MCU. Expand
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sandbornMay 1, 2019
The only reason to see this movie is for its climatic final act. Everything else leading to this is just an exercise in futility. Perhaps left to smarter writers, the whole time-travel, alternating timelines idea could've worked; but hereThe only reason to see this movie is for its climatic final act. Everything else leading to this is just an exercise in futility. Perhaps left to smarter writers, the whole time-travel, alternating timelines idea could've worked; but here it's just a mess. Expand
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ForziMay 6, 2019
It is all about fan-service and trying to make you cry. But when it comes to watching a good movie, it fails.
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slipperyMay 6, 2019
I found the first 75% of this movie to be some of the best and most poignant writing in the Marvel movies. While some might have found it slow, I found it emotionally deep.

However, it kinda felt like, near the end, that they abandoned the
I found the first 75% of this movie to be some of the best and most poignant writing in the Marvel movies. While some might have found it slow, I found it emotionally deep.

However, it kinda felt like, near the end, that they abandoned the plot and just said "Let's have a giant, epic battle".

And it really doesn't matter that they define their "time travel" as "not Back to the Future" because they ultimately disregard their own rules on time travel anyway.

No matter how you turn it or look at it, one way or the other, their actions at the end of the movie don't make sense.

Either what you do in the past is important, or it's not. It creates alternate timelines, or it doesn't. You just can't have it both ways.

So while I liked the first 3/4 of the movie, the ending was just the same old Hollywood tripe meant to appeal to certain kinds of people.

And I guess, looking at the reviews: they succeeded there.
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chumingtamMay 6, 2019
I know Ironman is the central character but I thought they could at least give equal amount of show time for other late coming MCU superheros. Particularly, I really don't like how they treated Hulk and Antman. They changed a lot from theI know Ironman is the central character but I thought they could at least give equal amount of show time for other late coming MCU superheros. Particularly, I really don't like how they treated Hulk and Antman. They changed a lot from the comic, and we all know the plot is tailor-made for few stars who will be leaving the MCU after the movie. After all, the movie is just a tremendous fan services and astronomical amount of paycheck for Disney executives and movie stars. Expand
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TVJerryMay 7, 2019
When last we were with this group, Thanos made half of the universe vaporize, including numerous superheroes. This highly-anticipated follow-up (and conclusion to 22 films) is not the typical action-packed adventure. It takes 2 hours (yes,When last we were with this group, Thanos made half of the universe vaporize, including numerous superheroes. This highly-anticipated follow-up (and conclusion to 22 films) is not the typical action-packed adventure. It takes 2 hours (yes, it's 3 hours long) before the big battle begins and it's nothing special in terms of staging, design or effects. For the first 2 hours, the group of leftover Avengers works to figure how to right the last film's devastating destruction. If you're invested in this universe, their conflicts and quests are interesting (with a lighter sprinkling of humor than usual). If not, you'll be scratching your heads trying to piece it all together. Otherwise, it's more a conclusion (with a few inevitable farewells) than an exciting addition to the genre. Expand
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yerubandiMay 8, 2019
apart some funny dialogues and one fight sequence rest of the movie is boring. the movie is not for kids, hell half the adults did not understand what the concept was....very boring and way too long....too much hype...
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ShiningLionMay 8, 2019
An incredible movie for people who don't think and just want flashy fan-service, irreverent humor, and drama, but if character development, logic, and a cohesive plot are your cup of tea, look elsewhere. In comparison to Infinity War, thisAn incredible movie for people who don't think and just want flashy fan-service, irreverent humor, and drama, but if character development, logic, and a cohesive plot are your cup of tea, look elsewhere. In comparison to Infinity War, this movie is a letdown. It's really fun to watch while you are watching it, but as soon as the movie ends , if you're anyone who cares about story and writing, a thousand plot holes and unanswered questions will flood your mind, and by then it becomes a film where there are more problems or inconsistencies than things done right. For me, this was a disappointing conclusion to 10 years worth of films. Many characters get no meaningful growth or regress to lower points that they were previously depicted as having conquered and grown past. Only about four of the main characters get any real development in this film. There seems to be a real lack of consequence in this movie, making Thanos, for as dangerous as he seemed during Infinity War, feel like he is not a real threat, and his character and moral complexity are watered down into a stereotypical villain in a way that undoes the good writing of the character in Infinity War. There just isn't enough going for this film to save it from mediocrity, and all these high reviews you see are just denial from people who can't believe they waited through 22 movies for this poorly crafted of a conclusion. Oh yeah, and there are lots of random moments of political agendas shoved in your face that have no believability in the story, taking you out of the movie entirely. Expand
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SamBarilovMay 9, 2019
Predictable and boring. Just another superhero movie, nothing like Infinity War which felt like a great action movie, with brilliant plot twists. Bad jokes and three hours of Marvel trying to make every superhero look good and have a good ending.
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ScienceAdvisorMay 9, 2019
Typical time travel plot holes only really effect the ending to a small degree, but the rest of the movie is mostly just fan-service instead of actual plot development. Many other plot holes ranging from the tiny and momentary, such asTypical time travel plot holes only really effect the ending to a small degree, but the rest of the movie is mostly just fan-service instead of actual plot development. Many other plot holes ranging from the tiny and momentary, such as Captain Marvel talking in space without comms (no atmosphere, no sound) just like these writers did with Thor in the previous movie, to claiming that the infinity gauntlet cannot do certain things which is oxymoronic, is just more of the same rushed writing we saw from the Russo's in Infinity War. I particularly liked how nonchalantly the Iron Man glove becomes an infinity gauntlet, because nanites are as good as the magical forge that is driven by a Neutron Star. But hey, CGI! Even Rocket's quips were bland and unfunny. The performances are great, the sound and cinemtatics are great, but the illogical plot points just make this a watch once and forget movie instead of the amazing climax to an era. This drags down the enjoyment considerably.

Without spoiling anything since we know the heros win (Spiderman: Far From Home)- The largest plot hole is what happens to all the people that moved on with their lives? That ending cannot possibly be considered a good solution. What about children that had no parents for all that time? Now add in all the degredation to the world that the Russo's clearly show. Then factor in that many of these people do not have homes, or bank accounts, or jobs. The end result is slightly better than the start of the movie, but not by much. Now the returned have to try to reinegrate... somehow. But hey, CGI!
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AlexSilverfoxMay 10, 2019
A mediocre ending to a nice start, too many politically correct themes forced inside the filming ruined also the pace of the action.
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Celiam57May 12, 2019
Completely impossible to follow plot line, sound level fluctuations in the movie made it horrible to sit through.
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RedRiderMay 17, 2019
Writing left much to be desired. They really milked the nostalgia. Predictable plot
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farhan1908May 19, 2019
Expected ending....mixed storyline without proper starting and ending character stories...and what the hell captain marvel did
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JerryWMay 21, 2019
While this movie brought me to tears a few times, it was ruined with just a few shots for me at least. Just take the shot where all the women save spiderman. Why? How? When? Where? That was so horrible, it deserved at least two points downWhile this movie brought me to tears a few times, it was ruined with just a few shots for me at least. Just take the shot where all the women save spiderman. Why? How? When? Where? That was so horrible, it deserved at least two points down for the movie. Another two points down for that Captain Marvel saves everyone moment. Like, really? I still think they should have focused on Scarlet Witch.

Those were the points that made the movie average for an MCU movie. However, to be fair, the ending was great. The way they dealt with Ironman and Captain America probably couldn't have been done better. The story line was also great in general.

Having said that, I should note that by moving to this political correctness agenda or whatever they want to call it, it is definitely the last MCU movie I will watch in the Cinema.
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RadoslavusApr 27, 2019
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. After Infinity War I had high hopes for this one. That's why the dissapoitement struck hard. There are a lot things done wrong with End Game and because of the below I gave it a 4/10:

- Thor and Hulk put aside for no reason. They tried to make them some kind of funny characters, but it did not work.
- Plot holes, plot holes everywhere. Just for example:(ultimate sacrafice for the soulstone - Hawkey lost his family already; time travel; Ant-Man rescued by rat; Thor took Mjolnir to his timeline; Nebula did not travel back in time, but stayed on the ship and got caught instead; Thor almost killed Thanos when he had the gauntlet with all stones and could not beat him without it; Tony takes all stones away from Thanos, just like that). There are many more, but those are the major ones.
- weak, dull and unnecessary jokes - pace and narration problems. It felt somethimes like there was a struggle betwwen two concepts and both ideas were implemented.
- forced and unnecessary "strong independent women to the rescue with Spiderman" scene

For me a Marvel fan it is a huge disappointment, especially after such good Infinity War. End Game felt rushed and produced without a plan and highly inconsistent. A shame though.
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