Avengers: Endgame Movie Review {SPOILER FREE}

Avengers: Endgame is the climatic event that pulls all 22 films (11 years of movies) together in one magnificent ending. Endgame is full of action, cheers, laughs, and sadness. I promise no spoilers in my review and parents I’ve got ya covered so keep reading.

This review is really hard to write and not give anything away.  Just know the fight against Thanos isn’t going to be as easy as the Avengers thought it would be.  Here are my few notes:

  1. You must have seen Avengers: Infinity War (I’d suggest rewatching it and as many of the other movies as you can)
  2. Yes…it’s totally worth seeing. And it does provide closure to the series.
  3. Go see it as soon as possible and stop reading reviews.  You don’t want to have anything spoiled.
  4. Bring some tissue.  I’m glad I grabbed some extra napkins for myself and the gals sitting next to me.
  5. Plan to see it a second time.  I already have my tickets for a 3D version, since I think it will be great in 3D.

I usually share the official synopsis of movies for y’all and I will again. But I have to say…there is so much missing here that it’s obvious they don’t want us to know much about the movie going in.

Adrift in space with no food or water, Tony Stark sends a message to Pepper Potts as his oxygen supply starts to dwindle. Meanwhile, the remaining Avengers — Thor, Black Widow, Captain America and Bruce Banner — must figure out a way to bring back their vanquished allies for an epic showdown with Thanos — the evil demigod who decimated the planet and the universe.

Parents: The violence level is similar to any other Marvel/Avenger movies.  There seemed to be a bit more language in this movie than in the previous Avenger movies.  I don’t count curse words in movies, but it did seem to be a bit more than in previous Marvel movies like, Sh*t, GD, but no F words.  There are also some heavy topics…the surviving Avengers did not necessarily come out of Infinity War unharmed and many are dealing with PTSD issues.  Endgame also has a few deaths of loved characters. However, there was no sexual adult content.

Since this movie deals with some hard topics and has language, you may want to consider watching it first before taking your kids…even if they’ve seen all the others. 

Seriously…the movie is over 3 hours, so I’d recommend limiting your liquids.  Go to the bathroom during the previews.  And since the movie is over 3 hours, another reason to see it before you take the kids is so you don’t miss anything taking a kid to the bathroom.  You don’t want to miss anything since there are so many twists and turns.

Even though the movie is 3 hours, it doesn’t feel like 3 hours. It didn’t drag on and everything you needed to be satisfied at the end is given to you.  It really did tie the previous 22 movies together perfectly.

Ending Stinger: So, there was nothing after the credits of the media screening.  There was, however, a beautiful montage during the credits so don’t leave.  (I’d suggest watching the montage, going potty quickly, and then head back in to see if there really is nothing at the very end.   Of course, after the movie officially comes out in a few days we will know for sure if there is anything at the end.)

Avengers: Endgame opens nationwide Friday (4/26/19)!

Rated PG-13, Run Time 181 minutes

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Disclaimer: I was invited to attend the media movie screening.