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Movie Review- Avengers: Endgame

If you've managed to avoid spoilers for the past few days now good for you, but it's about to get a lot worse when it comes to movie franchises where like past franchises like Star Wars or Harry Potter there's something big is about to happen in the next instalment. Avengers: Infinity War is one of the biggest hyped films for 2019 also been 11 years since the film was released which Iron Man being released on May 8th 2008.

The Marvel franchise has been getting more and more success thanks to each of the films have been released, but I think around 2012 when The Avengers was released, this is where the Marvel franchise really took off worldwide and grossing $1.5 billion worldwide you can see where the films were a success and having the right actors in playing certain characters in the Marvel universe.

With this being Part 2 of The Avengers; Infinity War story takes place after Part 1 took off, drifting in space with no food or water, Tony Stark sends a message to Pepper Potts as his oxygen supply starts to dwindle. Meanwhile, the remaining Avengers, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America and Bruce Banner must figure out a way to bring back their vanquished allies for an epic showdown with Thanos the evil demigod who decimated the planet and the universe. A lot of people have claimed that it's the biggest crossover yet with all Marvel characters being on one screen. I didn't know what to expect in Endgame after enjoying Infinity War last year and wondering how the Avengers were going to stop Thanos and after seeing Endgame I was blown away how epic it was for a Marvel film.

Most of pop culture references and movie references make a return there were some moments had me laughing relating to current cultural references. Plus the fact that certain places that were filmed in the UK you can easily recognise them if you visited these places know that only because I've seen the news on filming stuff and film set. Depending on if you are watching it in 2D or 3D the CGI visuals are impressive, including the costume design work and the battle effects are very well done. Without not spoiling anything for those who haven't seen it yet I'd highly recommend you to watch it soon as possible because spoilers are likely going to be mentioned more often than you think, but it's one of those films you'll likely see more than once in the cinema, this is also Stan Lee's final cameo appearance in a Marvel film before passed away on November 12th 2018 and also no end-credits either overall for a 181 minute film there is a lot to see on one screen.

5/5(Five Star Rating)