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It’s not just me, a lot of finale’s are happening this year, right?! But rest assured, Marvel’s Avengers Endgame is easily the grandest finale of them all. This is not Hollywood hype either, it’s factual, if you ask any die hard Marvel fan. Don’t just take my word, go see it for yourself. Past and present day and into the future, this major conclusion is epic amongst fans everywhere and unravels to the best ending you might have ever seen.
It Finally Happened
After 22 amazing movies and tons of the world’s most incredible heroes and villains the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Endgame, finally happens and things come to a close. I’ve followed Marvel’s superhero portfolio of their larger than life characters and the emotions that were triggered in End Game had me and just about the entire theater obliging it’s command at nearly every scene.
As a parent, I was as eager as my son’s to get in our seats and countdown til the lights went down. The opening scene is subtle but very blunt in getting the message across that the end is near. Kids disappear. This was that first small dip on a roller coaster of thrilled, filled emotions.
Learning from the Past
The writing was so thoughtful. Even if this was your very first Avengers movie, they did a wonderful job of telling you the story and giving you past details on a side note. I thought this was a brilliant way to tell a somewhat complex story. And I use complex not as difficult to understand, but complex as in the many details needed to be remembered so you will not get lost along the way on this amazing journey to save the universe.
Possibility of Persistence
Major takeaways that I picked up on in the instant Disney cult classic is that children are shown defeat and the possibilities of persistence in spite of. We saw in Avengers: Infinity War how heros that were impossible to defeat were suddenly defeatable and they fought with their all till the end.
Avengers: Endgame brought back hope and courage. Evil can not win, good shall prevail even if it meant going to war for it. The overall message beamed out at you, stand up for what you believe in, fight for it if you have to.
Teamwork Makes The Dream Work
Team work and unity played a major role in defeating the evil Thenos. He was so powerful, especially with the Infinity Rings that they all had to pull together, share a common belief and work towards it. Starting out no one was the star of the show, a job had to be done, a mission had to be accomplished and teamwork would ultimately save our world.
As Avengers Endgame proceeded we saw a battle of the old self and the new and improved. I’d say that all the characters evolved and many of them battled with their old selves in an effort to make our world a better place. Old habits and way of thinking have to be shed. Our survival depends on it.
Evolution of Character
I’m sure that if you think about it, there is at least one character in the Marvel family that you can identify with. The variation of the character’s personalities are broad enough to speak to most of our inner superhero.
Iron Man came out of a retired, I’m all about self-type mentality and created a very special device that ultimately is the last and final snap to save the planet. Captain America, had a duel with his younger self, with the current day hero triumphing with his new mentality and giving into his heart for a life of love, going back in time to make up lost time with the love of his life, his wife. Nebula was by far, (in my opinion), the most improved hero. Her going against her father, Thanos, for the greater good took courage and a tremendous amount of willpower. She even kills her old self in the process of self discovery as she desired to be better. Showing that it’s never too late to do the right thing, to be that better person.
Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, “Avengers: Endgame.”
“Avengers: Endgame” picks up with the Avengers having been soundly defeated by Thanos, who, after collecting the six Infinity Stones, imposed his twisted will on all of humanity and randomly wiped out half of the world’s population, including many of the Avengers. In the aftermath of the
destruction, the remaining Avengers are faced with their biggest challenge yet—finding the resolve within themselves to get off the mat and find a way to defeat Thanos once and for all.
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Director: Anthony and Joe Russo
Writer: Chris Butler
Producers: Stan Lee, Louis
D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Michael Grillo, Trinh Tran, Jon Favreau, James Gunn
Film Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Paul Rudd, Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, Danai Gurira, Bradley Cooper, Josh Brolin.
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