Review: Marvel Avengers: Endgame: “Worth it or Wasted it?”

Eleven years have passed since the first movie of the Marvel Comics Universe premiered on the big screen. After twenty-two movies, the Infinity saga has come to an end. The epic started with Iron man and then Captain America, and continued to introduce new characters until the team of Avengers was assembled. Now, the “Endgame” will put an end to the Avengers series.


Avengers: Endgame poster Credit: Marvel Studios

In the United States, “Avengers: Endgame” was released merely two weeks ago, on April 26th. Yet the movie has already crossed $2 billion mark in record time and is on the lookout for a chance to replace “Avatar” as the highest-grossing film of all time. The fans don’t seem to care that the movie lasted more than three hours. However, controversy about whether the story was worth the wait and excitement prior to the release, the money, and the screening time has arisen among some of the viewers.

But Morgan Broderick ‘19 thoroughly enjoyed the movie. She said, “[The movie] was the biggest emotional roller coaster I’ve ever been on. It was worse than a relationship. Every aspect of it was so clearly thought through, from the plot to the costumes and special effects. I barely noticed it was three hours.”

Jason Ziegler ‘19 agreed with Broderick. “[‘Avengers: Endgame’] was the best Marvel movie I’ve seen in quite a while,” Ziegler said. He added, “It follows a storyline [in which] there is a big event that affects everyone. So the heroes try to figure out how to solve the problem, and in the end, they end up fighting all together with surprising powers.”

Overall, most of the students at Northwood thought “Avengers: Endgame” was a worthy finale to the grand Avengers series. If you haven’t watched it yet, make sure to go watch it at the Palace Theatre and find out what all the zeal is about. If you’ve watched it already, don’t spoil it.


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