Spoiler-Free Thoughts on Avengers: Endgame

Have you seen Avengers: Endgame? How are you holding up? I had to write down my feelings, I mean appreciation. If you’re interested, it’s titled To the Biggest Cinematic Saga Ever Told.

However, in this post, I will be sharing with you my thoughts on the 22nd film in The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) also known as the final entry in The Infinity Saga. Same with my Thoughts on Avengers: Infinity War, this will also be spoiler-free. 😉


After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), the universe is in ruins. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers assemble once more in order to undo Thanos’ actions and restore order to the universe.

Last year, we all thought that Avengers: Infinity War was ambitious, big, and epic. It still is but the epitome of what a comic book movie should be has arrived. The Avengers: Endgame gave everything they have to deliver a proper closing for The Infinity Saga.

But how they did it is quite different from the previous entry. With Infinity Wars, there were continuous casualties and shock factors which were quite difficult to comprehend. Instead of trying to understand them, we just accepted everything that was given from mild comedy to the extreme heartbreak. They were also really careful but fast.

In the Endgame, our heroes were so defeated that moving on and starting anew was challenging. The pace was understandably and hurtfully slow at those scenes. But because all their characters are well-developed, the decisions they made onwards were fitting. Never did I once question our heroes’ judgement. And when those life-changing actions were finally executed, the MCU became incredibly and impressively massive.

Before I say too much and ruin your movie experience, I’ll leave you with my rating: 10/10 IMDb.

Related Post:
Spoiler-Free Thoughts on Avengers: Infinity War
To the Biggest Cinematic Saga Ever Told
More reviews on The Infinity Saga


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