Avengers: Endgame is finally here, and the movie is now in theaters around the world. Marvel‘s new film is on track for an all-time record-breaking opening both worldwide and in India. Whether you’ve already seen the movie or still planning to do so, we’ve got lots more for you to check out.
The final brick in the 22 films floor-plan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first decade, is a successful fan event. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo have crafted a film which treats die-hard MCU fans with a pleasing experience and wins over anyone seeking a value-for-money big-screen experience. On top, the 3D effect is a bonus to the viewing experience.
The scriptwriters must be credited for their audacity, if not their ingenuity. To write something that accommodates more than a dozen super-heroes without toppling over into the abyss is no easy deal. They have plotted a shrewd screenplay that contains thrilling moments cleverly linked to events from previous films. These are unquestionably some of the best portions of Endgame.
The events in Endgame alternate between thrill and teary moments. Reunions and goodbyes are little emotional affairs. There are a ton of twists and turns, and at every stage, Endgame will turn your expectations upside-down. Characters you thought would live will die, and characters you never expected to see again will reappear where and when you least expect it. This really is the movie where everything from the MCU comes together all at once. But the film also delivers on that most important comic book component – fun. There are plenty of laughs to be had.
And the credit is to be given to Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, who is shown to be potbellied beer-guzzling. Well quite a heartbreaking for Thor fans to see him move around with his bulging beer belly, but the god of thunder thighs steals every scene he’s in.
But the question remains. Is the final brick satisfying and balancing the 22 films floor-plan of MCU? Well, my answer would be YES! It absolutely works as a blockbuster movie experience. There’s going to be a lot of discussion about whether the ending even makes sense. But holy hell is it an emotional, fulfilling ride. I have no doubt we’re going to spend the coming weeks picking and pulling it apart until we’ve over-analyzed every single aspect imaginable. But right now, in the aftermath, Avengers Endgame feels like a win, a satisfying conclusion!
-By Vanshika Garg