Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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Directed By Anthony Russo, Joe Russo Anthony Russo, Joe Russo Starring Robert Downey Jr. Robert Downey Jr.  •  Chris Evans Chris Evans  •  Mark Ruffalo Mark Ruffalo  •  Chris Hemsworth Chris Hemsworth  •  Scarlett Johansson Scarlett Johansson Genres Action  •  Adventure  •  Alien Invasion Films  •  Based-on-Comics  •  Cyborg / Android / Robot  •  Ensemble Film  •  Epic  •  Fantasy Adventure  •  Fantasy  •  Sci-Fi Action  •  Science Fiction  •  Space Adventure  •  Superhero Film  •  Time Travel Film Studios &
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Walt Disney Pictures  •  Marvel Comics  •  Academy Award Nominated  •  Hulk  •  Captain America  •  Iron Man  •  MTV Movie Award for Best Movie Nominated  •  Marvel Cinematic Universe  •  Thor  •  Billion-Dollar Film Club
Release Info 2019-04-24T00:00:00Z April 24, 2019
Color  •  183 minutes PG13 Rated PG13
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Cxfatesniper8ck

Cxfatesniper8ck on 4/19/2019 Reply  · 

Only one more week to go and see the greatest film of all of the trilogy

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Eagleskywalker87

Eagleskywalker87 on 4/24/2019 Reply  · 

*MILD SPOILER REVIEW*
So I will be the first to admit that I'm not a big Marvel fan. It's fine as mindless entertainment but I never understood a lot of the buzz it generates from more than your typical mainstream audience. But there's enough ambition in these films for me to admire them. Infinity War was a letdown for me personally. It's fine and has great character interactions and action set pieces but is ultimately a mess with too many plot threads, not enough substance and just feels like set-up for Endgame. Despite the hype, I had low expectations for this film. It's Marvel, I don't expect Kubrick... I am, as I always am, wrong.

Infinity War is a very good movie. It's not perfect, but it's worthy of the 'Epic' tagline. The first act is surprisingly dialogue driven and kinda emotional. Infinity War showed us the lighter side of the characters, now we have hopelessness and depth and the unpredictability of the story makes it very interesting. Iron Man, Ant-Man and Captain America in particular all shine here and are easily the three best characters of the movie. It's brave making a movie of this size going out to such a huge demographic and having a third being dedicated to characters talking. Then we have the second act which, while very good and has some great moments, is very convoluted and the logic it tried to imply is confusing. But all is given when we get to the climax. I won't say what happens but I normally hate the big CGI-heavy battle sequences of these type of films but here it's Epic and satisfying. And, just to be perfectly balanced (no pun intended), the ending has some emotional moments. I personally didn't cry, but man, almost everyone in my screening was sobbing.

Overall, it does suffer from some of Infinity War's issues (too many clashing tones and feeling like only half a movie) but it's a very satisfying conclusion with great action and heart- worthy of being one of the biggest films of our lifetime!

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Akacyclops13

Akacyclops13 on 4/25/2019 Reply  · 

Spoiler warning.

This movie is fantastic don't get me wrong. 11 years of the mcu and only 1 in that was not that great. This movie is 4. 5 star out of 5. Reason why it lost half a star was the whole time travel aspect they didn't follow the normal movie time travel aspect. You change something you change the future this is not the case as the other movies still happen even tho they steal all the stones from different years. Captain America stays in the past, they make note of this as they say nothing changes it's not like back to the future etc they name a few movies. I would have liked something change in the timeline but this is not the case as by putting back the stones avoids this. Just a little nitpick on that. 5 years past and the snap brings back those that went 5 years ago. So in theory when Peter was back in school his friends would have been older looking and left school but no mention of this. Unless all his classmates went in the "snap" which i doubt. The other thing was the friendship between stark and Rogers. It felt like they didn't truly make up and would have liked to see them become friends again. The character pepper potts just annoys me in this movie any screen time i just didn't like. Aside from that i do like the take on this time travel it's different but would have liked something major change. The action, dialogue and comedy or all fantastic. The comedy never feels out of place even when the more emotional scenes happen. The second best mcu movie, winter soldier still number one.

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Area_hulk

Area_hulk on 4/29/2019 Reply  · 

ehm, they did explain why the butterfly effect don't exist

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Akacyclops13

Akacyclops13 on 5/12/2019 Reply  · 

they didnt the just said its not like other movies

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DavidConrad

DavidConrad on 4/26/2019 Reply  · 

Let's do better than IMDb and keep this comic book stuff out of the global top 1000. Thanks!

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TommyDoyle2016

TommyDoyle2016 on 4/26/2019 Reply  · 

What does it matter if it's "comic book stuff"?
If it's good, then It'll got a very deserved top 1000 spot out of everyone's ranking.
Remember, it's not only your opinion that counts.

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Akacyclops13

Akacyclops13 on 4/27/2019 Reply  · 

Comic book may not be your type of thing that dont mean every comic movie should not be in the to 100 just because you dont like them. Some don't like fantasy i doubt they be that petty to say lets make sure lord of the rings dont get in top 100

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DavidConrad

DavidConrad on 4/27/2019 Reply  · 

Well, LOTR is different! :)

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easilydissolved

easilydissolved on 4/28/2019 Reply  · 

Not really...

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RussIsHere

RussIsHere on 4/30/2019 Reply  · 

Its not the best Marvel film and it has its flaws. But the power of some of the moments as they landed far outweighs any quibbles I might have with the logic. An incredibly satisfying wrap-up (yeah yeah I know Feige Spider-Man 2 is gonna be the end of Phase 3 but whatever)

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Avenger7

Avenger7 on 4/30/2019 Reply  · 

Fitting and epic ending but I really think the other Avenger films are actually slightly better. Still can't top the original.

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Legendary

Legendary on 5/29/2019 Reply  · 

I fear this really was the END of the MCU. From here, they seem to be shifting to SJW self destruct mode minus their biggest guns.

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CherryAddictz

CherryAddictz on 8/8/2019 Reply  · 

This movie was trash, lol

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Drveo08

Drveo08 on 10/18/2019 Reply  · 

one of the most overrated movies of all time (second only to Black Panther)

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Danthropunk64

Danthropunk64 on 10/19/2019 Reply  · 

The film has one of the most rewatched moment scenes ever of the infinity saga

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TommyDoyle2016

TommyDoyle2016 on 3/4/2020 Reply  · 

The definition of overrated.

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thegoatanakin

thegoatanakin on 7/31/2020 Reply  · 

A massive disappointment for me. I liked it coming out of the theater, but everytime I've seen it since then it gets worse. Infinity War was so much better.

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Lucas_Henrique

Lucas_Henrique on Sep 19 Reply  · 

[SPOILER ALERT}


Avengers: Endgame is supposed to be the grand finale of a culmination of 10 years of storytelling. But, of course, since it is Marvel, known for making children's films and silly about superheroes with tearful dialogs that are so bad and plastic CGI, it is an axiomatic disappointment.

I myself have been very disappointed with its predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War (2018), so, obviously, I never had high expectations for that. For a change, the writing of this shitty rubbish is absolute rubbish, as each character has to play childishly during really serious serious situations like the "America's butt" joke, fat thor and the infamous fortnite scene.

And again, we have CGI and explosions to cover up your ugly cinematography like a horse's butt with stupid, brainless action to increase your attention span, along with the final battle where hundreds of superheroes made of CGI or in stiff fantasies of weird ones, which, in fact, should have been seven feet below the ground (which makes Infinity War deaths completely meaningless and irrelevant, considering that they all come back to life here).

The film also tries to create a complex moral decision about Tony Stark having to choose between his daughter (which is a metaphor for his happiness) or bringing the rest of the world back, but of course the film disregards that, and goes with the Assault Route time that makes this film seem meaningless and disconcerting.

Also, again, it suffers from the sending of screaming feminist messages just to increase the ratings and please SJWs, showing a group of hot, powerful and fighting women destroying extraterrestrial aliens with the face of a pot that narratively, should have destroyed them. Also, with things like the blue-colored woman destroying men in the 2014 timeline, the red-haired girl giving Thanos work and, not to mention; they try to make Captain Marvel stronger than the God of Thunder. Which is a funny joke, but bad for a movie.

I can also recognize the vital force of this film (which says very little), which is Thanos; he has a brilliant voice played by Josh Brolin and actually has a significant arc, the film shows us that his thirst to achieve his goal and create balance (a stupid idea actually) has always been there from the beginning, when it shows that, Thanos apparently, he committed another Great Mass Slaughter! at least it was in an attempt to create such a balance, and then, it shows him seeing his death (Finally this guy dies) in the future, transforming him from a peaceful, caring titan who collects cute toys and in favor of the Death Penalty simply trying to reach his goal in a violent and heartless machine of mass murder.

Avengers: Endgame is another simplistic children's movie for the masses, without any complex characterization or depth, and definitely definitely not, of course, a cinematic achievement like what most people say.

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