AVENGERS – ENDGAME (2019): The Things I Liked…

Avengers - Endgame (2019), Chris Evans, Marvel Studios
Avengers – Endgame (2019), Chris Evans, Marvel Studios

I know that around the time Avengers – Endgame was released in 2019, there were next to zero complaints about whether the final instalment in the four-movie avengers’ franchise was good or not. Even still, I was very happy to see for myself that soon after Avengers – Endgame started, everything Marvel is known for doing exceptionally well when they’re at their best was very present in Avengers – Endgame. From visually arresting action choreography, good dialogue, memorable special effects to engaging humour, characters and story.

Directed once again by Joe and Anthony Russo, everything picks up in the aftermath of all the devastation that took place at the hand of Thanos in AvengersInfinity War. With even higher stakes than before, Captain America, Tony Stark, The Hulk and their allies have one final chance to reverse everything Thanos did and restore balance throughout the universe.

At the risk of repeating myself, as was the case with Avengers – Infinity War, I don’t personally have any complaints about Avengers – Endgame because I had fun through it all. An additional highlight for me is all the extra movie references. Plus, just as Thanos was the absolute star and my favourite character of Avengers – Infinity War, the number one avenger in this movie is Thor; specifically ‘out of shape Thor.’ I found the surprise dive into Chris Hemsworth’s character so much fun that I’m quite sure I’ve never liked Thor more than I do in Avengers – Endgame.

Of all the Avengers films, Avengers – Endgame is perhaps the most moving / emotional. Specifically as someone who’s probably best described in this case as a casual Marvel fan, I can only imagine how much more significant an experience Avengers – Endgame must have been for the most serious Marvel fans.

Now that it’s all over, for now, I’m left wondering how long it will be before a brand new generation of avengers is announced. I’m in no specific hurry but when do you think the announcements will happen – assuming it hasn’t already happened. And how soon is too soon? I feel like a year or two from now is madness, but then I again I’m not a Marvel super fan.

Happy Film Loving


2 thoughts on “AVENGERS – ENDGAME (2019): The Things I Liked…”

  1. I and both my boys are huge Avengers fans 😀 My only complaint about Avengers Endgame was that there was not much of Loki, as he was killed in the previous episode … As much as I like Thor (um, Chris Hemsworth that is :D), Loki is my favorite character… I get some consolation in the fact that there will be a whole film dedicated to himr him Loki: God of Mischief which, will hopefully come out next year..
    Loved reading your post! hope you are having a lovely w/e!! 🙂

    1. I completely understand about Loki’s absence. Tom Hiddleston really does an incredible job with the role. It also helps that he has a great voice.
      A stand-alone Loki film will certainly be fantastic as long as the script is right. I’d definitely show up for it.

      Glad you liked my post and thank you as always for reading. Looking forward to your next one. A happy weekend to you also. 🤓

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