Avengers Endgame Review

Connor Parrish, Sports Editor

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On April 26, Avengers: Endgame was released to the world and has now been out for 15 days already surpassing 2 billion dollars worldwide, and looking to break even more box office records. With the movie at a 95% from what critics believed on rotten tomatoes so critics think Endgame was a great film.

At three hours and one minute, the movie sometimes feels slow especially in the beginning, but once the action starts, the movie goes fast paced. The computer-generated imagery (CGI) in the movie blends in very well with the real-life characters like Hulk andRocket. Also, the makeup and the sets blend in very well with nothing that is unnecessary sticks out and overshadows the story.

The acting in the movie was very well performed by all actors. All of the actors who have been playing their characters from the 2012 Avengers movie bring their characters’ story arc, or a continuing or extended storyline, to the movie and were able to reinvent the character. The new characters actors are able to keep their story arc continuing, but not too far to take over the story. But the movie would not be the movie it is without the script from Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus, who also wrote Avengers: Infinity War. They wrote a well thought out script with only very few plot holes. But also the directing from the Russo brothers (Anthony, Joe) who directed both Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movies since 2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier, 2016 Captain America: Civil War, and 2018 Avengers: Infinity War. The Russo brothers were able to keep most of the plot secret so no spoilers were leaked before the movie hit theaters, also directed Endgame to go in their direction not tied to any comic book to also avoid spoilers.

Overall, Avengers: Endgame is a great movie from critics and audiences around the world with the movie all ready clipping 2 billion dollars worldwide and looks to break even more box office records. Catch Avengers: Endgame in local theaters. The next MCU movie is Spider-Man: Far From Home in theaters July 2, which is set to take place minutes after Endgame.

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