Avengers: Endgame….but is it?

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Angela Galan, Staff Writer

This is it!  The biggest cinematic superhero movie to hit theaters ever! It took 11 years and 22 films in the making, to make the superhero movie of this generation. This is the Endgame.

Avengers Endgame deals with the decimation of half the universe while the other half is left to mourn for those who were taken away from them. With the regrouping of the original six avengers, and the help of the remaining allies, they once again assemble to go on one last mission to undo the destruction Thanos has done and to restore order to the universe.

They did absolutely everything, whatever it takes. I don’t think I’ve felt so many emotions at once while watching this movie. I would be laughing one moment and then sobbing in the next. This movie was absolutely marvelous, heartbreaking, and left me in the most part, fulfilled with its ending. The Russo Brothers and Marvel Studios really out did themselves this time.

Each character had there personal journey to go through but all wanted the common goal of restoring what life had been before Thanos. The fight scenes in this movie were absolutely insane and like nothing I have seen before in any other superhero movie. They were extremely well choreographed and you could practically jump for joy as the bad guys gets kicked and punched or catch your breath every time a hero was given a hard blow. Each character is fighting for not only their life but for the lives that were taken from them. It really was the fight for their lives. Many of our characters got an emotional or satisfying ending while many other characters journeys have just begun. And we can’t forget about the long awaited final cameo of the late Stan Lee who was able to film his final cameo before he sadly passed away on November 12, 2018. It really was an emotional rollercoaster that ended with an emotional yet satisfying farewell to this chapter of the marvel cinematic universe.

I would give this movie a 9 out of 10 only for the fact that I still have some unanswered questions that were sort of made more confusing throughout the movie. This does not mark the end of the beloved marvel movies. It just marks the end of the Infinity Saga. I guess part of the journey really is the end.