Jenna Hernandez – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The movie fans have been waiting to see for the past 11 years has taken over the cineplex.
After 22 films the first MCU era has come to an end. The amazing three-hour rollercoaster that is “Avengers: Endgame” will certainly leave you crying in your seat.
The movie sets up about a week after “Infinity War.” The last of the Avengers are recovering from the losses caused from their defeat to Thanos.
The world is now a very different place for our heroes. With all of them in mourning they have nothing but their friends and family on their minds.
Knowing they need to get the world back to how it was pre-Thanos, the Avengers hatch a desperate plan to undo the damage of Thanos and restore the lives of the vanished.
With “Infinity War” being one of the biggest Marvel movies, “Endgame” had a lot to live up to. While “Infinity War” focused more on the major characters, “Endgame” gave the smaller characters a chance to shine and tell their stories.
Sophomore Alexa Bland said, “This movie had to have been the absolute best way MCU could have ended this important era in their lives.”
With a lot of the smaller characters carrying the story there is still a strange under utilization of one character who caught everyone’s eye. Captain Marvel is a hero that just entered the MCU films but has been in the Avengers timeline for quite some time. With all the publicity that Marvel ran for this her I was very disappointed by her lack of screentime in the movie.
If you are a true Marvel fan you may think that a three-hour movie is not long enough for the end of such a big part of MCU. But, for those who are not die-hard fans of the franchise, be ready to really feel the length of the film by the last hour.
Still, the runtime does not lessen the experience or take away from the emotionally great climax that the story gives to the viewers.