We take spoilers very seriously, which is why we have tried our best to not describe any plot details from Avengers: Endgame whatsoever.
If you ask me to describe Avengers: End Game in a few simple words it would be big, epic, emotional, and full of drama. The movie shows us how the superheroes deal with grief, loss, survivors’ guilt, and the pervasive feeling of failure. And with a huge cast, it becomes a bit difficult to show how each and every character is feeling. But Anthony and Joe Russo have done a great job in showing it.
The best part of the film is it’s three hours long. Which provides a lot of time for the film to jump from one character to another and show how the characters are feeling after Thanos’ “snap”.
As this is a spoiler free review i can’t talk much about the film without giving up the spoilers but what i can say is the film is amazing and will experience something like never before.
There are some negative points in the film as well. Like characters like Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper) and James Rhodes (Don Cheadle) gets plenty of screentime without doing anything new. Even Jeremy Renner who returns to his role of Hawkeye in the film seems to be one of the most bored characters for most of the film. And the reason behind this which I can think of is because of the best dialogue and character development moments were given to the core Avengers members.
I don’t know why but I felt like the film was made only to move the MCU forward from its past Infinity War’s climactic horror. As this is a spoiler free review i can’t name the moments. But when you will watch the film you will get the feeling.
If you think Avengers: End Game is the last film in the arc then you are wrong. As Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has confirmed that the upcoming Spider-Man: Far from Home will be the last film in the arc.
But for the fans who care a lot about these characters, this is going to be an experience like nothing else before.