5 out of 5 stars (One of the best in its genre)
This review is as spoiler-free as possible. A spoiler-filled review is coming soon.
After months of speculation, cryptic trailers, and even a few online leaks, Avengers: EndGame has arrived. The swan song of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: EndGame will undoubtedly dry the eyes of its large and loyal fanbase, tying up long-gestating loose ends while supplying the thrills and character interactions that have defined the series. While occasionally convoluted, Avengers: EndGame is still a thrilling epic that delivers everything fans could want, with awesome effects, a twisty storyline, and an emotionally satisfying conclusion.
The plot concerns the remaining Avengers gripping with the fallout of Infinity War. However, they will rally once more when an opportunity to right their wrongs appears, with even greater catastrophe awaiting them should they fail. Bruised and broken, the Avengers will prove themselves Earth’ s Mightiest Heroes one last time, or die trying.
Avengers: EndGame is one of the best in its series. The character interactions are great, the action mostly dazzles (though not as much as previous entries), and the epic scope still astounds. The MCU faithful should be fully satisfied (and in desperate need of the facilities afterwards), while the uninitiated need not attend. As for flaws, some characters get less screen time than others, the tone shifts a bit, and a few lines of dialogue needed another pass. These minor issues don’t harm the overall product too much, but I wouldn’t feel comfortable publishing this if I let them slide just because I’m a fan. Besides these small problems, Avengers: EndGame is a thrilling, emotionally satisfying climax that sends this sprawling series off with a bang. See Avengers: EndGame.
Rated PG-13 for Sequences of Sci-Fi Violence And Action, And Some Language