‘Endgame’ Brings Avengers Together for Strongest Marvel Film

Movie Review


Marvel Studios

The Avnegers set their differences aside and come together to try to defeat Thanos in "Avengers: Endgame"

Cy'Asia Heyward, Staff Writer

I watched from my seat as “Avengers Endgame” brought audience to tears. When people began to hear the news about the production of “Endgame,” I made sure I would have time to see it the day it was released into theaters. Trailers and Tweets about the movie had me ready to buy a ticket and see what all the hype was about.

If you go watch “Endgame,” make sure you have already seen “Avengers: Infinity War.” if not, there would be no way to understand the movie. In “Infinity War,” the Avengers meet Thanos and his followers, who come to Earth looking for the Infinity Stones. The Infinity Stones can give the beholder the power to rule every planet along with space itself. Thanos believes if he wiped out half of every planet, the universe would prosper because there would be more than enough food and resources for everyone. He believed he was like a god or a savior, and people should feel grateful to die at his hands because he was saving their planet. But the people who lived on each planet believed he was a murderer and feared for their safety. “Infinity War” ends with a snap of the finger, which Thanos uses to wipe out half of all life on the planet.

“Endgame,” which picks up where “Infinity War” left off, brings together conflicts and plots from all of the Marvel movies as if they were one giant movie. This was Marvel fan’s dream. There were parts of “Endgame” in which I experienced nostalgia as I watched as the movie creatively use specific scenes from other films that caused me to feel happy and give me a sense of understanding. I had began to finally understand the message behind each film: sticking together and working well as a team.

In ¨Captain America: Civil War,” Captain America and Iron Man fight against each other, doing the opposite of what “Endgame’s” message intended. This caused the team to split, and the heroes would not recover until “Endgame.” This is an example of them working together for the greater good.

There were many questions asked and left unanswered by the  critics and people who had watched the end of “Avengers Infinity War,” such as, what will the Avengers do now that Thanos has destroyed half of the universe’s population? How could the Avengers would win in the end?

“Avengers Endgame” impressively showed the answers to all those questions and explained why the writers decided to incorporate that deadly snap into the previous movie. “Avengers: Endgame” gets really exciting when the heroes find a way to reverse those effects caused by Thanos.

“Avengers Endgame” made me feel excitement, joy, and sadness due to particular scenes. All of these emotions and its great plot made “Avengers: Endgame” is the best Marvel movie yet.