‘Avengers: Endgame’ Reviews Are Already Rolling In1 month ago by Amber Le in Movie News, Uncategorized
The premiere of Avengers: Endgame is almost here and Marvel fans are itching. We’ve been fiendng for the movie to drop since April 28 of last year. The ending left many devastated as tears rolled down their cheeks and car rides became mute in mourning for their favorite superhero team. Now, the time is almost here. The entire world has been waiting for April 25 to come around so they can know the true fate of the Avengers. Movie reviews are already coming in and it’s great to know that majority of the critics have nothing but five star ratings for the epic movie.
CinemaBlend’s very own Eric Eisenberg implied that the movie was perfect as he complimented the use of characters and guest features, deeming it a “wonderful gift” for Marvel fans.
“Avengers: Endgame is one of the most ambitious, entertaining, emotional, and stunning blockbusters we’ve ever seen, and the best film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe canon thus far.”
Entertainment Weekly’s Leah Greenblat emphasizes that the three hour duration is completely worth every single second.
“With the stakes being no less than the fate of the world (or at least approximately 50% of it), there’s an expected urgency to it all, but an underlying melancholy, too – not just for everything that’s been lost, but for what won’t be coming back. After seven years, four films, and uncountable post-credit easter eggs, the endgame of an era has finally come.”
iO9’s Germain Lussier declared Endgame is everything you’ve ever dreamed a Marvel movie could be.
“After 11 years and 21 movies, Avengers: Endgame is is larger than a mere movie. It’s a personal experience. It works as a singular film and ultimately will be judged as such, but on first viewing, it works even better as a cherry on top of a decade of Marvel storytelling – the final piece of a glorious puzzle we’ve all been working to piece together since 2008.”
USA Today’s Brian Truitt emphasizes that the movie has many gems to offer filled with chaotic and emotional moments.
“Endgame is tragic and uplifting, rousing and grounding, while leaving minds racing and making everybody cry (even the toughest guys). Marvel movies have managed to find endearing, crowd-pleasing magic amid these fun and flawed comic book characters in the past decade, and Endgame pays off all that goodwill by letting them do what they do best on the biggest stage yet.”