After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is in ruins due to the efforts of the Mad Titan, Thanos. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers must assemble once more in order to undo Thanos' actions and restore order to the universe once and for all, no matter what consequences may be in store.
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April 24, 2019
3 hours and 1 minutes (181 minutes)
Robert Downey Jr.
Tony Stark / Iron Man
Steve Rogers / Captain America
Bruce Banner / Hulk
Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Clint Barton / Hawkeye
James Rhodes / War Machine
Scott Lang / Ant-Man
Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange
T'Challa / Black Panther
Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel
Peter Parker / Spider-Man
Hope van Dyne / Wasp
Sam Wilson / Falcon
Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier
The Ancient One
Harold "Happy" Hogan
Jane Foster (archival footage)
Janet van Dyne
Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
Peter Quill / Star-Lord
Samuel L. Jackson
On-set Rocket / Kraglin
Johann Schmidt / Red Skull / Stonekeeper
Michael James Shaw
On-set Groot / Cull Obsidian
Yvette Nicole Brown
Jackson A. Dunn
Scott Lang (12 Years Old)
Scott Lang (93 Years Old)
Baby Scott Lang #1
Baby Scott Lang #2
John Michael Morris
Young Hank Pym
Michael A. Cook
Male S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Camp Lehigh Guard
Anthony G Breed
Young Stan Lee Double
On-set Proxima Midnight
Support Group Man #1
Jimmy Ray Pickens
Support Group Man #2
Hye Jin Jang
Kid on Bike
New Asgard Truck Driver
Old Steve Rogers Double
Doctor Strange Double
Alexander Pierce Reader
Teenage Groot Reader
On-set Reader #2
Steve Rogers: Avengers! Assemble.
Thanos: I am... inevitable.
Tony Stark: And I... am... Iron Man!
Steve Rogers: It is America's ass.
Natasha Romanoff: This is gonna work, Steve.
Steve Rogers: I know it is. 'Cause I don't know what I'm gonna do if it doesn't.
Tony Stark: I'm gonna stop you right here, Scott. Are you seriously telling me that your plan to save the Universes is based on Back to the Future?
on April 24, 2019
A good end for an adventure of 10 years
At last. We have it. And it was not a shout, not an enormous "Avengers Assemble!!!" but a simple, calm and grateful "Avengers... Assemble."
Like a "thank you".
Because this movie is a "thank you". A "thank you" conclusion. Everything does not work. It's not perfect, some scenes are kinda bad...
the movie is still solid. With no doubt. Using all the mythology of the MCU, bringing back all the characters (even Jarvis from Agent Carter or the Hydra agents!), the movie is a celebration. A big birthday.
Because the whole thing works. From 2008 to 2019, it has good stuff, it has bad stuff, but the whole saga, spread over 11 years, is a revolution. It's a game changer. And we were a part of it.
It was also the last participation of Stan Lee. He was in the conclusion, he knows it. He knows the X-Men and the Fantastic Four are back on the MCU. He can just drive in the 70e, defending peace against war with a touching big smile.
Stan was Stan, until the very end.
Thank you Marvel.
on April 25, 2019
What a End... Glory
This movie is a really good surprise for all people who has followed the avengers during 10 years. It's not perfect but there are a lot of really good things and moments. I've cried and laughed.
on April 27, 2019
Saw it twice and each time was a great pleasure and good moment for me.
I've to say My Marvel time ends here GLORIOUSLY with several mixed feelings, good ones for sure (even if this movie started very slowly).
I guess we've come full circle now ? (from almost 2009) since Each main caracter is here put under the lights by RUSSO brothers (no one is forgoten - even STAN LEE!)
WHat a decade ! What an epical decade !!
To be recommanded !
on May 2, 2019
Time fucking travel
Maybe the biggest disappointment of this year. I guess I was expecting too much from this movie. Not a bad one, just a bad conclusion for such a serie.
By Jack Anderson
on May 10, 2019
This is the end...
And it's finally here. The movie that everyone was waiting for. One excruciatingly long year, following the glorious Avengers: Infinity War movie.
TIME TRAVEL, REALLY?!
We all expected that there would be a possibility to bring everyone back from the dead. It was a certainty. Dr. Strange clearly mentioned there was one out of millions of chances. And hell, this is a superhero movie, the good guys always win at the end, always.
For a year, I was convinced that the solution would lay within Dr. Strange's abilities. I suspected him to have switched a stone and have created an alternate reality. And I suspected that I would be wrong and that the writers would be much more clever than I.
Actually, I was wrong. The solution we are given is: time travel. You read it right. Time fucking travel.
The biggest complain of the entire film is to me its core. You simply cannot base a film like this on time travel. Any fanfic writer could have thought of that.
Therefore, as soon as we are given this solution, everything is deflected. I know my way around time travel stories. I have watched so many of those, from Quantum Leap to the obvious Back to the Future saga. So many series used this gimmick. So many films. X-Men, Terminator, Timecop, Groundhog Day, you name it. And I don't even start with literature.
The point is that time travel is nothing new. It's one of the oldest inventions in storytelling.
At one point in the film, after the film time travel test, I even thought that this would be only a broken way, that the real solution would be something else. But it wasn't. We just jumped into a world of time travel paradoxes. The same boring paradoxes that you see in all time travel stories.
While the film is not clever, at least it is not afraid to tell its own story. Most of us expected to see Thanos continuing his fight during the entire film. Killing of Thanos in the first scenes of the film was quite the gutsy move. But the problem is that after that, we never see Thanos anymore. The same way time travel deflected the story, we only got his past-self. Once again, this was a very big let-down, because everything did not feel real anymore.
But come to think of it, maybe the obvious way of continuing the story would have been much better, instead of rebooting it.
INFINITY WAR 2.0
Because yes, Avengers: Endgame could have been named Avengers: Infinity War 2.0. We go through some of the same scenes, such as the one with the cliff, leading to the dramatic fate from Black Widow - which we aren't even sure if we should take it seriously because anything can change since we are seeing a time travel story.
What was good, even thought not clever at all, was that we got to go through some movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe saga. I understood the point, but once again, we were not following a continuation of the Infinity War story. Not only it was a reboot of the previous film, but also a re-telling of many other films, making once again many scenes pointless.
Captain Marvel was useless and a very superficial Deus Ex Machina. Since she's too important to be there during the film - obviously she's got too much powers to be present, like a character from a video games with a too big of a level, she only appears at the end. I really disliked her.
Because this is one of the most hyped movies ever, of course it ends with a huge battle and everything is being thrown into the screen. While I had just watched the long night battle from Game of Thrones and found it a bit lacking quality, suddenly I wish I was watching it instead of Avengers. The fight was nice and interesting, but again... time travel.
Iron Man dies. That's good. I dropped a tear.
One of the biggest let-downs in History of cinema. I give it 4 out of 10. Average.
UPDATE FROM THE FUTURE
I'm back. We are August 2nd, 2019, and I have just rewatched the film, now released on digital. I was looking forward to it, as I was sure I would enjoy the film much more after a second viewing and not waiting for the film like it was the second coming of Jesus Christ.
I must admit that I enjoyed it much more. What was clever about the time travel aspect is that the things done in the past would not impact the ones from the future. That was actually intelligent and different from most of the time travel movies I've watched before.
Therefore, I change my note and give it 7 out of 10. Excellent. This was truly a great conclusion to the story and while it is not perfect and as good as Infinity War, I think it's much better than I said in my original review.
So yes, I just came back from the future to increase the note of the film. How cool is that?
on May 10, 2019
After all these years and all these movies, the story has finally come to an end.
I will not spoil anything, but it was an ending I had not imagined.
As probably everyone, I had heard some rumours, but not everything happened.
I think that some people are a little bit too harsh with their criticism, because they were probably imagining something else. It was not the story I imagined to see, but it was a good surprise.
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