What are you doing? Why are you reading this? Just go watch it! If you have three hours to spare go right now. It’s great, trust me.
If you have seen Avengers: Endgame already and for whatever reason care what I think, first of all, thank you, secondly… wow, can you believe what we just saw?
Allow me to be a little dramatic and say that Endgame wasn’t just a movie, it was an experience, it was a culmination of everything that Marvel Studios has been building towards since 2008 with the release of Iron Man.
I’m not going to get into any plot details, Infinity War happened and now our heroes have to find a way to deal with the biggest loss they have ever suffered.
In terms of acting, everyone brings their A game, most of them have portrayed these characters so many times it must come naturally to them at this point to slip into character.
The Russo Brothers’ direction is on point for this movie, which says a lot since they managed to raise the stakes even higher and hit us with even more emotional gut punches than in Infinity War.
What’s even more impressive is that they managed to do all that while balancing that action and intensity with trademark Marvel comedy and character development that ties up so many character arcs.
I don’t think I have ever been in a cinema where people laughed, cheered, and tried not to cry too loudly in equal parts in one film; perfectly balanced as all things should be.
Endgame really did feel like the epic comic book crossover that I thought was impossible before I saw the Avengers – back then I thought topping that was impossible but they keep doing it over and over again.
So here we are, after 22 movies, the overarching story that the Avengers have been building towards for so long has come to an end and I have no idea what comes next (aside from Spider-Man: Far From Home), but I can’t wait for them to surprise me again.
Avengers: Endgame is being screened in Vox Cineco City Centre, Seef Cineplex, Saar Cineplex, Wadi Al Sail, Mukta A2, Oasis Juffair, and Vox The Avenues.