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Avengers: Endgame

2019  181 MN


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Anthony Russo
  Director
Joe Russo
  Director




After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is in ruins due to the efforts of the Mad Titan, Thanos. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers must assemble once more in order to undo Thanos' actions and restore order to the universe once and for all, no matter what consequences may be in store.

 Release Date

April 24, 2019

 Runtime

3h1m (181 min)

 Budget

$ 356,000,000

 Revenue

$ 2,800,000,000


 Top Billed Cast

 Robert Downey Jr.
 Tony Stark / Iron Man
 Chris Evans
 Steve Rogers / Captain America
 Mark Ruffalo
 Bruce Banner / Hulk
 Chris Hemsworth
 Thor Odinson
 Scarlett Johansson
 Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
 Jeremy Renner
 Clint Barton / Hawkeye


 Written by

Jack Kirby Comic Book
Stephen McFeely Screenplay
Christopher Markus Screenplay
Stan Lee Comic Book
Jim Starlin Characters
Joe Simon Characters
Jack Kirby Characters
Steve Englehart Characters
Bill Mantlo Characters
Keith Giffen Characters
Stan Lee Characters
Larry Lieber Characters
Don Heck Characters

 Tagline

Avenge the fallen.

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 Cast

Robert Downey Jr.
  Tony Stark / Iron Man
Chris Evans
  Steve Rogers / Captain America
Mark Ruffalo
  Bruce Banner / Hulk
Chris Hemsworth
  Thor Odinson
Scarlett Johansson
  Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Jeremy Renner
  Clint Barton / Hawkeye
Don Cheadle
  James Rhodes / War Machine
Paul Rudd
  Scott Lang / Ant-Man
Benedict Cumberbatch
  Stephen Strange / Doctor Strange
Chadwick Boseman
  T'Challa / Black Panther
Brie Larson
  Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel
Tom Holland
  Peter Parker / Spider-Man
Karen Gillan
  Nebula
Zoe Saldaña
  Gamora
Evangeline Lilly
  Hope Van Dyne / Wasp
Tessa Thompson
  Valkyrie
Rene Russo
  Frigga
Elizabeth Olsen
  Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch
Anthony Mackie
  Sam Wilson / Falcon
Sebastian Stan
  Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier
Tom Hiddleston
  Loki
Danai Gurira
  Okoye
Benedict Wong
  Wong
Pom Klementieff
  Mantis
Dave Bautista
  Drax
Letitia Wright
  Shuri
John Slattery
  Howard Stark
Tilda Swinton
  The Ancient One
Jon Favreau
  Harold 'Happy' Hogan
Hayley Atwell
  Peggy Carter
Natalie Portman
  Jane Foster
Marisa Tomei
  Aunt May
Taika Waititi
  Korg (voice)
Angela Bassett
  Ramonda
Michael Douglas
  Dr. Hank Pym
Michelle Pfeiffer
  Janet Van Dyne
William Hurt
  Secretary of State Thaddeus 'Thunderbolt' Ross
Cobie Smulders
  Maria Hill
Sean Gunn
  On-Set Rocket / Kraglin
Winston Duke
  M'Baku
Linda Cardellini
  Laura Barton
Maximiliano Hernández
  Agent Sitwell
Frank Grillo
  Brock Rumlow
Hiroyuki Sanada
  Akihiko
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor
  Ebony Maw
James D'Arcy
  Jarvis
Jacob Batalon
  Ned
Vin Diesel
  Groot (voice)
Bradley Cooper
  Rocket (voice)
Gwyneth Paltrow
  Pepper Potts
Robert Redford
  Alexander Pierce
Josh Brolin
  Thanos
Chris Pratt
  Peter Quill / Star-Lord
Samuel L. Jackson
  Nick Fury
Lexi Rabe
  Morgan Stark
Ross Marquand
  Johann Schmidt / Red Skull (Stonekeeper)
Joe Russo
  Grieving Man
Emma Fuhrmann
  Cassie Lang
Michael James Shaw
  Corvus Glaive
Terry Notary
  On-Set Groot / Cull Obsidian
Kerry Condon
  Friday (voice)
Ben Sakamoto
  Cooper Barton
Ava Russo
  Lila Barton
Cade Woodward
  Nathaniel Barton
Stan Lee
  Driver
Yvette Nicole Brown
  S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Callan Mulvey
  Jack Rollins
Lia Russo
  Lia
Taylor Patterson
  Taylor
Ken Jeong
  Security Guard
Ty Simpkins
  Harley Keener
Jackson A. Dunn
  Scott Lang (12 Y.O.)
Lee Moore
  Scott Lang (93 Y.O.)
Bazlo LeClair
  Scott Lang (Baby)
Loen LeClair
  Scott Lang (Baby)
Joy McAvoy
  Asgardian Maiden
John Michael Morris
  Young Hank Pym
Michael A. Cook
  Male S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Brent McGee
  Camp Lehigh Guard
Brian Schaeffer
  Military Police
Anthony G Breed
  Young Stan Lee Double
Monique Ganderton
  On-Set Proxima Midnight
Jim Starlin
  Support Group Man #1
Jimmy Ray Pickens
  Support Group Man #2
Hye Jin Jang
  Japanese Girl
Russell Bobbitt
  Diner Owner
James Lin
  Diner Cook
Jack Champion
  Kid on Bike
Sam Hargrave
  New Asgard Truck Driver
Patrick Gorman
  Old Steve Rogers Double
Aaron Lazar
  Doctor Strange Double
Robert Pralgo
  Thanos Reader
Tom Wisdom
  Loki Reader
John Posey
  Alexander Pierce Reader
Ameenah Kaplan
  Gamora Reader
Olaniyan Thurmon
  Teenage Groot Reader
Mike Lutz
  On Set Reader #2

 Crew


Kevin Feige
  Producer
Jon Favreau
  Executive Producer
Alan Silvestri
  Original Music Composer
Sarah Halley Finn
  Casting
Jack Kirby
  Comic Book
Victoria Alonso
  Executive Producer
Judianna Makovsky
  Costume Design
Nicholas A. Mudd
  Casting
Jeff Murrell
  Gaffer
Stephen McFeely
  Screenplay
Jason B. Stamey
  Casting Associate
Christopher Markus
  Screenplay
Kristine Nadal
  Visual Effects
Jason Tamez
  Production Supervisor
John M. Pisani
  Unit Publicist
Nick Scarano
  Costume Supervisor
Isobel Griffiths
  Orchestrator
Jimmy Ray Pickens
  Transportation Captain
Mitul Patel
  Security
Joel Marrow
  Transportation Coordinator
James Gunn
  Executive Producer
Stan Lee
  Executive Producer
Janine Rath-Thompson
  Hair Department Head
Jordan Crockett
  Art Direction
Chris Castaldi
  First Assistant Director
Tommy Barry
  Visual Effects
Jonathan Burdeshaw
  Sculptor
Mark Bialuski
  Construction Foreman
Gabe Harrington
  Scenic Artist
David Farmer
  Sound Designer
Valerie Patterson
  Makeup Artist
Tyrone Anthony Jones
  Set Decorating Coordinator
Simon Butler
  Special Effects Assistant
Mitchell Bell
  Co-Producer
Leslie A. Pope
  Set Decoration
Cameron Blake
  Additional Photography
Nia Hansen
  Sound Design Assistant
Breanna Adams
  Motion Capture Artist
Muhammad Junaid Baig
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Charlie Lehmer
  Data Wrangler
Nathan Alexander
  Prop Maker
Rohan Harris
  Scenic Artist
Tyler Blythe
  Sound
Scott Dwyer
  Pyrotechnician
Daniel Sudick
  Special Effects Supervisor
Julian Ashby
  Art Direction
Chris Arnold
  Set Designer
Charles Wood
  Production Design
Shidhyesh Bhogle
  Lighting Artist
Michael T. Chen
  Animation
Thomas Brown
  Art Direction
Amber Actaboski
  Additional Set Dresser
Peter Chen
  Senior Animator
Mary Castor
  Makeup Artist
Anna Majewski
  Hair Setup
Juan Alonso
  Digital Compositor
Ari Costa
  Associate Producer
Prashant Sharan
  Production Manager
Wesley Burt
  Concept Artist
Shelley Roden
  Sound Mixer
Charlotte Adams
  Motion Capture Artist
Michelle Diamantides
  Hair Designer
Autumn Atkinson
  Set Dresser
Mike Stallion
  Art Direction
Abbie Kennedy
  Layout Supervisor
Samson Neslund
  Sound Effects Editor
Michelle Diamantides
  Key Hair Stylist
Jeffrey Ford
  Editor
Matthew Schmidt
  Editor
Tully Summers
  Concept Artist
Matt Aston
  Boom Operator
Nicola Barnes
  Art Department Coordinator
Nia Hansen
  Sound Designer
Christopher Flick
  Foley Supervisor
Anna Majewski
  Hair Designer
Chris Arnold
  Set Designer
Kristin Catuogno
  ADR Recordist
Ray Chan
  Supervising Art Director
Lisa Walsh
  Property Master
Jonah Levy
  Special Effects Makeup Artist
Lulu Morgan
  Production Supervisor
Brian A. Waits
  Set Designer
Tony Bohorquez
  Concept Artist
Claudia Bonfe
  Assistant Set Decoration
Larry Clark
  Paint Coordinator
Derek Garcia
  Makeup Artist
Mark Johnston
  Third Assistant Director
Maxwell Britton
  Set Dresser
Stan Lee
  Comic Book
Adam Cole
  Post Production Supervisor
Aoife Warren
  Draughtsman
Simon Downes
  Second Assistant Director
Paul Chandler
  Concept Artist
Marshall T. Broyles
  Special Effects Technician
Christopher 'Critter' Antonucci
  Stunts
Ben Aycrigg
  Stunts
Mark Fisher
  Utility Stunts
David Boucher
  Special Effects Technician
Terence Alvares
  Compositor
Magali Barbé
  Senior Animator
Richard Binnington
  VFX Production Coordinator
Ryan Green
  Stunts
Nate Andrade
  Stunts
Dan O'Connell
  Foley Artist
David J. Barker
  Pyrotechnician
Rohit Agarwal
  Matchmove Supervisor
Eric M. Beaver
  Compositing Artist
Jason Charles Hill
  Stunt Driver
Daniil Alikov
  Senior Modeller
Edward Catley
  Layout
Gee Alexander
  Stunts
Jacob Riehle
  Dialogue Editor
Matt Aitken
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jamie Blyth
  Rigging Supervisor
Amy Carpenter
  Props
Gianni Biasetti Jr.
  Utility Stunts
Carlos Guity
  Stunts
Steven Carlton Ficke
  Special Effects
Pedro Andrade
  Compositing Lead
Doug Appleton
  VFX Supervisor
Alexander Bucknell
  Matchmove Supervisor
Andy Campion
  Camera Department Manager
Dan Carney
  Technical Advisor
Richard Edwards
  Stereoscopic Editor
Jennifer Badger
  Stunt Double
Bailey Eller
  Visual Effects
Jonathan Faber
  Modeling
Hayley Adams
  Layout Supervisor
Rob Andrews
  CG Supervisor
Sudeepto Bose
  Compositing Lead
Akihiro Haga
  Stunt Double
Carl Rohrs
  Sound Mixer
Jayaraman Adhikesavan
  Paint Coordinator
Louise Aubertin
  Visual Effects
John Pritchett
  Sound Mixer
Atyeb Ahmed
  Compositor
Dan Ayling
  Camera Technician
Kris Barone
  Head of Animation
Silvia Colonna Romano
  Modeling
Elmar Bragi Einarsson
  Special Effects
Stephane Feruch
  Stunts
Lydia Hand
  Stunts
Maria Hippolyte
  Stunts
David M. Roberts
  Boom Operator
Fabrizia Bonaventura
  Lighting Artist
Jason Lanier Brown
  Digital Effects Supervisor
Tristan Connors
  Senior Modeller
Vernessa Cook
  Motion Capture Artist
Ben Cowell-Thomas
  Visual Effects
Riley Barnes
  Stunt Double
Juan Alonso
  Digital Compositor
Mikael G. Betru
  Motion Capture Artist
Dheeraj Bhadani
  Software Team Lead
Kelly Bellini
  Stunts
Alessandra Aucello
  VFX Production Coordinator
Adam Baines
  Concept Artist
Luca Cantani
  Animation
Rick Harris
  Libra Head Technician
Charlotte Fearn
  Runner Art Department
Carrie Bernans
  Stunts
Beau Bellanich
  Dolly Grip
Michael-Ryan Fletchall
  Aerial Camera
Mike Lutz
  Set Costumer
Jenny Reyes
  Costume Coordinator
Stan Lee
  In Memory Of
Brian Rosso
  Dolly Grip
Ellen Hoffmann
  Lead Animator
Molly Doyle
  Casting
Myra N. Foy
  Costume Design
Hector Padilla
  Assistant Editor
Dacoda Bartels
  Drone Pilot
John Garrett
  Camera Operator
Jerry Wheat
  Lighting Technician
Stephen A. Buckley
  Senior Animator
Chase Paris
  Casting
Wendy M. Craig
  Costume Supervisor
Jason Kay
  Drone Operator
Bradley J. Lincoln
  Senior Animator
Wayan Blue Palmieri
  Stereoscopic Editor
Nancy Wong
  Location Manager
Nashia Wachsman
  Music Editor
Kirsty Whalley
  Score Engineer
Sheri B. Burton
  Driver
Tyson Weatherford
  Transportation Captain
Craig Tanner
  Additional Editor
Sam Haynes
  Rigging Grip
Alex Cody
  Casting Associate
Heather Armstrong
  Costume Designer
Peter Cobbin
  Recording Supervision
Joe Zimmerman
  Music Programmer
Scott Medcalf
  Lighting Technician
Dylan Suchesk
  Dailies Operator
David Crigler
  Location Assistant
Reid Andrews
  Electrician
Keith Muessigmann
  Costume Coordinator
Robin Buday
  First Assistant Editor
Ted Alvarez
  Location Manager
Chris Basso
  Vehicles Coordinator
Nolan Ekberg
  Thanks
Dylan Goss
  Aerial Director of Photography
K.C. Roballo
  Grip
Cecile Dubois-Herry
  Animation
Craig Anthony
  Costumer
Joseph Richard Collins
  Costume Design
Cassie Dixon
  First Assistant Editor
Dave Jordan
  Music Supervisor
Javier Arrieta
  Key Costumer
Charelle Bronson
  Set Costumer
Samantha Burpee
  Costume Assistant
Justin Christopher Ray
  Location Assistant
Jorge Saumell
  Location Assistant
Marco La Torre
  Lead Animator
Johnny Gidcomb
  ADR Voice Casting
Valentina Aulisi
  Costumer
James Lin
  Location Manager
Antony Scott
  Location Assistant
MacKenzie Cleveland
  Costumer
Valerie Rudolph
  Set Costumer
Scott Fox
  Colorist
Jonathan Connaught
  Musician
Martin Rossi
  Animation
Jason Blackman
  Set Costumer
Kassia Dombroski
  Costume Assistant
Chris Cloud
  Assistant Location Manager
Tom Kramer
  Music Editor
Chris Adkins
  Grip
Jesse Cooper
  Rigging Supervisor
Terence Bannon
  Lead Animator
Paul Ensby
  First Assistant Editor
John Barrett
  Score Engineer
Dave Foster
  Sound
Shannon Murphy
  Music Coordinator
Scott Barnes
  Lighting Programmer
Thomas M. Dangcil
  Lighting Technician
Nikhil Paniz
  Camera Operator
Brad Bittner
  Additional Photography
Nicholas A. Mudd
  Casting Associate
Michael Grillo
  Executive Producer
Christopher Markus
  Co-Producer
Stephen McFeely
  Co-Producer
Russell Bobbitt
  Property Master
Victor Pesavento
  Musician
Dorina Markoff-McNulty
  Musician
Trent Opaloch
  Director of Photography
James McMillan
  Additional Director of Photography
Lloyd Pitts
  Stunts
Dan DeLeeuw
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Russell Earl
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Harrison Osterfield
  Actor's Assistant
Anthony Russo
  Director
Joe Russo
  Director
Jackson Spidell
  Stunts
Alex R. Wagner
  Production Secretary
Jerad Marantz
  Concept Artist
Matthias Winkler
  CG Supervisor
Ryan Cronin
  Senior Animator
Grace Hendley
  Visual Effects Producer
Lara Lom
  Visual Effects Producer
David Oliveros
  Lighting Technician
Paul Hughen
  Second Unit Director of Photography
Geoffrey Haley
  Steadicam Operator
Jan Philip Cramer
  Animation Director
Blake Winder
  Compositing Supervisor
Rebecca Fair-Lien
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Lucas John Ng
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Andy Stevens
  Visual Effects Editor
Jenny Basen
  Visual Effects Producer
Brad Irvin
  Lighting Technician
Lorne MacDougall
  Lighting Technician
Christopher Finley
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Jeremy Braben
  Aerial Director of Photography
Jonathan Irizarry
  Lighting Technician
Louis Rendemonti
  Lighting Technician
Trey Twitty
  Second Assistant "B" Camera
Jeremy Bloch
  CG Supervisor
Wasim Ali
  Compositing Supervisor
Zave Jackson
  Compositing Supervisor
Djordje Jugovic
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Lorelei David
  Visual Effects Editor
John Polyson
  Visual Effects Editor
Trent Claus
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Christopher Duskin
  Camera Operator
Dan Riffel
  Gaffer
Henry Cantor
  Lighting Technician
Sidney Kombo
  Animation Supervisor
David Michaels
  CG Supervisor
Steve Sauers
  CG Supervisor
Michael Melchiorre
  Compositing Supervisor
Darren Rodriguez
  Lead Animator
Vincent Désilets
  Senior Animator
Erik Pampel
  Visual Effects Editor
Mark S. Wright
  Visual Effects Editor
Katrin Arndt
  Visual Effects Producer
Beverly Abbott
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Nick Thompson
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Kelly Port
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Darryl Humber
  Dolly Grip
Jarrod Anderson
  Creature Technical Director
Katherine Farrar
  Visual Effects Producer
Jen Underdahl
  Visual Effects Producer
Zelda Tinska
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Darwin Go
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jonathan Weber
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Mike Stillwell
  Digital Effects Supervisor
Marc Calvelo
  Senior Animator
Joe Frataccia
  Visual Effects Editor
Ken Dailey
  Visual Effects Producer
Donna Smith
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Jamie Hallett
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Eamonn Butler
  Animation Supervisor
Cristiano Cesolari
  CG Artist
Sean Hunter Moe
  First Assistant "B" Camera
Jonathan Terpstra
  Lighting Technician
Matthew Twyford
  Compositing Supervisor
Alison Wortman
  Lighting Supervisor
Damien di Toro
  Visual Effects Editor
Jeffrey Steven Brink
  Drone Cinematographer
Peter Ayriss
  Drone Pilot
Alessandro Di Meo
  First Assistant "B" Camera
Erik Schneider
  Compositing Supervisor
Adam Castro
  First Assistant "C" Camera
Matt Boyer
  Matchmove Supervisor
Daniel Paul Newman
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Michael Harden
  Visual Effects Editor
Anwei Chen
  Visual Effects Producer
David Masure-Bosco
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Dan Snape
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Taylor Matheson
  First Assistant "A" Camera
Pat Sweeney
  Gaffer
Ross Grimshaw
  Lighting Technician
Chris Petts
  CG Supervisor
Benjamin Soh
  Creature Technical Director
Julie Brown
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Steve Bobertz
  Visual Effects Editor
Carlos Ciudad
  Visual Effects Producer
Sean Noel Walker
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Richard Masino
  First Assistant "A" Camera
Jeff LaBaume
  Lighting Technician
Akshay Madansure
  3D Modeller
Fabio Siino
  Creature Technical Director
Chay Johansson
  Creature Technical Director
Shawn Kelly
  Lead Animator
Joseph Hayden
  Lighting Artist
Florent Limouzin
  Senior Animator
Victor Huang
  Senior Animator
Leah Sargent
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Christopher Learmonth
  Visual Effects Editor
Praveen Kilaru
  Visual Effects Producer
Josh Dagg
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Stephane Ceretti
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Michael J. Coo
  Key Grip
Kevin Martel
  Animation Supervisor
Tonio Freitag
  CG Artist
Emanuele Pescatori
  Creature Technical Director
Simon Wottge
  Lead Animator
Chris Radcliffe
  Modelling Supervisor
Francisco Ramirez
  Visual Effects Editor
Georgina Street
  Visual Effects Producer
Danielle Legovich
  Visual Effects Producer
Maurice K. McGuire
  Camera Operator
Sean Devine
  Dolly Grip
Sean Ricigliano
  Epk Camera Operator
Jun Wei Puah
  3D Generalist
Michelangelo Neri Orliani
  Compositing Supervisor
Dan Curry
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Bonnie Gosnell
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Allison Paul
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Tamar Shaham
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Alex Knudsen
  Visual Effects Producer
Adrian Steel
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Michael Lum
  Animation Supervisor
Ben Wiggs
  Animation Supervisor
Aleksei Chernogorod
  Compositing Supervisor
Scott Pritchard
  Compositing Supervisor
Lars Vinther
  Visual Effects Editor
Simon Stanley-Clamp
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Shoichi Matsubara
  Lighting Artist
Balendu Kurup
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Daniel Wurschl
  Second Assistant "B" Camera
Eric Dvorsky
  Aerial Camera Technician
Sagar Desai
  Camera Loader
Alexander Talley
  Camera Production Assistant
Mitchell Andrew Lillian
  Key Grip
Matthew Haskins
  Second Assistant "A" Camera
Louis D'Esposito
  Executive Producer
Jim Starlin
  Characters
Joe Simon
  Characters
Jack Kirby
  Characters
Steve Englehart
  Characters
Bill Mantlo
  Characters
Keith Giffen
  Characters
Stan Lee
  Characters
Larry Lieber
  Characters
Don Heck
  Characters
Terry Notary
  Motion Capture Artist
Terry Notary
  Other
Jim Starlin
  Thanks
Mike Wilson
  Stunts
Michael Jordan
  Russian Arm Operator
Heidi Moneymaker
  Stunt Double
Kelly Bellini
  Stunt Double
Noon Orsatti
  Stunts
Renae Moneymaker
  Stunts
Gui DaSilva-Greene
  Stunts
Michelle Rose
  Stunts
Monique Ganderton
  Stunt Coordinator
Janene Carleton
  Stunts
Shauna Galligan
  Stunt Double
Matt Leonard
  Stunts
Anthony N.
  Stunts
Corrina Roshea Bobb
  Stunt Double
Amy Lynn Tuttle
  Stunts
Tamiko Brownlee
  Stunts
John Roesch
  Foley Artist
Todd Harris
  Storyboard Artist
Andy Park
  Conceptual Illustrator
Kevin Houlihan
  Art Direction


 Quotes

 New Quote

Steve Rogers: Avengers! Assemble.
   


Thanos: I am... inevitable.
Tony Stark: And I... am... Iron Man!

   


Steve Rogers: It is America's ass.
   


Natasha Romanoff: This is gonna work, Steve.
Steve Rogers: I know it is. 'Cause I don't know what I'm gonna do if it doesn't.

   


Tony Stark: I'm gonna stop you right here, Scott. Are you seriously telling me that your plan to save the Universes is based on Back to the Future?
   


 Reviews


 New Review

Avengers... Assemble
By Gruic on April 24, 2019
 8

Avengers Assemble.

Yep.

At last. We have it. And it was not a shout, not an enormous "Avengers Assemble!!!" but a simple, calm and grateful "Avengers... Assemble."

Very powerful.

Like a "thank you".

Because this movie is a "thank you". A "thank you" conclusion. Everything does not work. It's not perfect, some scenes are kinda bad...

but...

the movie is still solid. With no doubt. Using all the mythology of the MCU, bringing back all the characters (even Jarvis from Agent Carter or the Hydra agents!), the movie is a celebration. A big birthday.

Because the whole thing works. From 2008 to 2019, it has good stuff, it has bad stuff, but the whole saga, spread over 11 years, is a revolution. It's a game changer. And we were a part of it.

It was also the last participation of Stan Lee. He was in the conclusion, he knows it. He knows the X-Men and the Fantastic Four are back on the MCU. He can just drive in the 70e, defending peace against war with a touching big smile.

Stan was Stan, until the very end.

Thank you Marvel.


A good end for an adventure of 10 years
By Vivi on April 25, 2019
 7

This movie is a really good surprise for all people who has followed the avengers during 10 years. It's not perfect but there are a lot of really good things and moments. I've cried and laughed.


What a End... Glory
By FuerosMagic on April 27, 2019
 8

Saw it twice and each time was a great pleasure and good moment for me.

I've to say My Marvel time ends here GLORIOUSLY with several mixed feelings, good ones for sure (even if this movie started very slowly).
I guess we've come full circle now ? (from almost 2009) since Each main caracter is here put under the lights by RUSSO brothers (no one is forgoten - even STAN LEE!)
WHat a decade ! What an epical decade !!

To be recommanded !
Enjoy !


Endgame?
By Jack_K_Crimson on May 2, 2019
 4

Maybe the biggest disappointment of this year. I guess I was expecting too much from this movie. Not a bad one, just a bad conclusion for such a serie.


Time fucking travel
By DJ on May 10, 2019
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And it's finally here. The movie that everyone was waiting for. One excruciatingly long year, following the glorious Avengers: Infinity War movie.

TIME TRAVEL, REALLY?!
We all expected that there would be a possibility to bring everyone back from the dead. It was a certainty. Dr. Strange clearly mentioned there was one out of millions of chances. And hell, this is a superhero movie, the good guys always win at the end, always.
For a year, I was convinced that the solution would lay within Dr. Strange's abilities. I suspected him to have switched a stone and have created an alternate reality. And I suspected that I would be wrong and that the writers would be much more clever than I.
Actually, I was wrong. The solution we are given is: time travel. You read it right. Time fucking travel.
The biggest complain of the entire film is to me its core. You simply cannot base a film like this on time travel. Any fanfic writer could have thought of that.

DEFLECTION
Therefore, as soon as we are given this solution, everything is deflected. I know my way around time travel stories. I have watched so many of those, from Quantum Leap to the obvious Back to the Future saga. So many series used this gimmick. So many films. X-Men, Terminator, Timecop, Groundhog Day, you name it. And I don't even start with literature.
The point is that time travel is nothing new. It's one of the oldest inventions in storytelling.
At one point in the film, after the film time travel test, I even thought that this would be only a broken way, that the real solution would be something else. But it wasn't. We just jumped into a world of time travel paradoxes. The same boring paradoxes that you see in all time travel stories.

UNAFRAID
While the film is not clever, at least it is not afraid to tell its own story. Most of us expected to see Thanos continuing his fight during the entire film. Killing of Thanos in the first scenes of the film was quite the gutsy move. But the problem is that after that, we never see Thanos anymore. The same way time travel deflected the story, we only got his past-self. Once again, this was a very big let-down, because everything did not feel real anymore.
But come to think of it, maybe the obvious way of continuing the story would have been much better, instead of rebooting it.

INFINITY WAR 2.0
Because yes, Avengers: Endgame could have been named Avengers: Infinity War 2.0. We go through some of the same scenes, such as the one with the cliff, leading to the dramatic fate from Black Widow - which we aren't even sure if we should take it seriously because anything can change since we are seeing a time travel story.

CLOSURE
What was good, even thought not clever at all, was that we got to go through some movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe saga. I understood the point, but once again, we were not following a continuation of the Infinity War story. Not only it was a reboot of the previous film, but also a re-telling of many other films, making once again many scenes pointless.

CAPTAIN MARVEL
Captain Marvel was useless and a very superficial Deus Ex Machina. Since she's too important to be there during the film - obviously she's got too much powers to be present, like a character from a video games with a too big of a level, she only appears at the end. I really disliked her.

BIG BATTLE
Because this is one of the most hyped movies ever, of course it ends with a huge battle and everything is being thrown into the screen. While I had just watched the long night battle from Game of Thrones and found it a bit lacking quality, suddenly I wish I was watching it instead of Avengers. The fight was nice and interesting, but again... time travel.

IRON MAN
Iron Man dies. That's good. I dropped a tear.

SUMMARY
One of the biggest let-downs in History of cinema. I give it 4 out of 10. Average.

UPDATE FROM THE FUTURE
I'm back. We are August 2nd, 2019, and I have just rewatched the film, now released on digital. I was looking forward to it, as I was sure I would enjoy the film much more after a second viewing and not waiting for the film like it was the second coming of Jesus Christ.
I must admit that I enjoyed it much more. What was clever about the time travel aspect is that the things done in the past would not impact the ones from the future. That was actually intelligent and different from most of the time travel movies I've watched before.
Therefore, I change my note and give it 7 out of 10. Excellent. This was truly a great conclusion to the story and while it is not perfect and as good as Infinity War, I think it's much better than I said in my original review.
So yes, I just came back from the future to increase the note of the film. How cool is that?


This is the end...
By Carry9 on May 10, 2019
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After all these years and all these movies, the story has finally come to an end.
I will not spoil anything, but it was an ending I had not imagined.
As probably everyone, I had heard some rumours, but not everything happened.
I think that some people are a little bit too harsh with their criticism, because they were probably imagining something else. It was not the story I imagined to see, but it was a good surprise.


garethmb

The epic Marvel Saga that started over ten years ago has been building up to the inevitable clash with the powerful tyrant Thanos (Josh Brolin). Last year’s “Avengers: Infinity War” set the stage for the highly-anticipated conclusion; “Avengers: End Game” and at long last it has arrived.

Picking up shortly after the events of the last film, the Avengers must deal with the aftermath of what Thanos has done. The team is naturally divided between wanting revenge, wanting to set things right, and just wanting to take what they have and go on.

As time passes and they struggle to accept the reality of their situation; an unexpected individual returns and with them comes the seeds of a new plan to make things right. Naturally Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is skeptical but eventually warms to the possibilities of the idea thanks to a new scientific breakthrough that makes it possible.

Inspired, Tony sets out to put an elaborate plan in motion that will allow the team to try to fix things and to stop Thanos once and for all.

What follows is an extended and at times nostalgic heist where various members of the team work to assemble the pieces needed for the plan as they believe they only have one chance to make things right.

The film is essentially three acts in one. The first deals with the recap and expansion of their situation and the planning. The second act is basically a heist where action and comedy are blended with some touching moments.

This all leads to the final act which is the FX laden set piece where the ensemble cast gathers to fight the forces of evil in a battle to save the Universe.
The film is epic in scale and length as it clocks in at over three hours but the movie is filled with so much content that the time goes by quickly and you have a hard time believing three hours have elapsed.

It is also a difficult film to review as you cannot recap elements of the film in any great detail without giving away elements that are sure to delight the fans. Suffice it to say that my only real issue with the fil and it was minor; was that it took a while to get to the action but at least there was plenty to keep you entertained along the way.

As this phase of the Marvel Film Universe winds down and plans are put in place for the next five years; “Avengers: End Game” is a satisfying conclusion to the epic saga that was started many years ago and weaves elements of many of the past Marvel films into an entertaining tale which features all of the best elements that have made the series of films such big hits.

4.5 stars out of 5


Gimly

Hey, so, just some really quick thoughts I wanna get down, 'cause it's after 1 o'clock in the morning, and I wanna get some sleep so I can wake up well rested to see _Endgame_ again.

Putting it out there right from the get-go, _Avengers: Endgame_ is my favourite MCU movie. It's my favourite movie of the year too, but I've only seen like ten or so 2019 releases, and this is the 22nd Marvel Cinematic Universe film, so that seems far and away the bigger deal. I can't say it's perfect, there's some conflicting stuff within its own runtime that really doesn't seem to gel (though a re-watch may prove me wrong on that), and it's not like every moment was the no-holds-barred-zero-exception best version of that moment from start to end. But God I loved this thing.

I will say this though, the reason that I loved it, is this thing is fan service galore. If you do not care for the franchise's 21 movies preceding this point, then _Endgame_ is not the movie to turn you around on that. That may come in a future installment, but this one is a culmination. It's the end of _Infinity War_ but also Phase 3, but also a wrap-up and genuine ode to/send off for everything that Marvel has done over the past 11 years. That to me was incredible, and I am eternally greatful, but I cannot imagine it working for people who have no vested interest in these characters.

To me though? My first 9 out of 10 rating in **three years**.

_Final rating:★★★★½ - Ridiculously strong appeal. I can’t stop thinking about it._


Manuel São Bento

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Don't worry. This is going to be a pretty vague review. Right now, as I'm writing this sentence, I'm still processing what I saw and how am I going to explain how I felt without spoiling a single tiny thing. First of all, it's such a mix of feelings. On one hand, I'm extremely happy that I was lucky to be alive during this epic time and that I was able to follow these characters that I love and care about so much. On the other hand, I'm obviously sad that it finally reached the end of this (hopefully) first incredible saga. There are no perfect films and one with so many heroes will always have struggles balancing it all (Infinity War already had this issue).

However, the Russo brothers did everything they could to deliver a phenomenal story, and they did. I don't think this could have been any better. Its last hour exceeds any expectations. It's epic, emotional, action-heavy, and it has one of my favorite shots in the entire history of cinema. It's pure magic, and the VFX team will surely get an Oscar for it. The action reminded me of the biggest Lord of the Rings' battles, and it was impeccably filmed, filled with riveting and chill-inducing sequences. Nevertheless, don't expect this high-intensity feeling throughout the whole runtime. The other two acts are a slow-burn build-up to a payoff that's going to make you pretty much either "love" or "like" this movie. I absolutely love it!

This is easily one of the best MCU films, if not my new number one. I can't deny that the 3-hour runtime has some unnecessary scenes, but even if they don't have a significant impact on the plot or even in the characters, they still contribute to the enormous build-up. Seeing this family that we grew up with just talking with each other or having lunch, at the same time that they deal with the consequences of Thanos' snap, is inexplicably captivating and heartwarming. Characters like Natasha (Scarlett Johansson) and Steve (Chris Evans) supporting each other is simply beautiful. Their comradery and chemistry are worthy of some tears here and there.

Some people didn't really enjoy Infinity War so much due to the lack of screentime that some characters had. This time around, there are fewer characters to work with, so the balance is better. Everyone gets an important role, from Captain America to Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) to Nebula (Karen Gillan), and even Rocket (Bradley Cooper). Every single character has a major moment. If you take one out of the movie, it just doesn't work anymore. This is not only great work from the directors, but also from the writers.

Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are not even going to be remembered because fans will always think of the cast first. Most of them will also remember the directors. But the writers?! If I stand at the door of the theater at the end of the film and question everyone about who are the writers, I strongly believe most of the audience won't know. Every dialogue, every sentence, every word carries so much impact on the narrative. Literally, I cried and got chills just by hearing two freaking words with the perfect timing in between. The amount of grief that the words of the ones who've lost everyone and everything carry is palpable and, for me, those are the most emotional moments of the movie: seeing how everyone is suffering from their own losses, not the deaths themselves.

The humor is mostly on-point, but it's still connected to my only real issue with the film, which is the second act's tone. From the moment the team decides what to do, we already know that this is a 1 in 14 million chance of success like Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) said, so the stakes and pressure are massive! With this level of tension, I didn't expect such an “easygoing” and “funny” vibe throughout, except for one particular sequence. They do a great job once again of pairing up certain Avengers together, but most of them go through these too comedic plot points for such a crucial and serious mission. Fortunately, this act carries enough action and emotional drive to make this problem not that big of an issue.

Visually, this is arguably the best-looking superhero film ever. From the mind-blowing visual effects to the gorgeous cinematography, everything is perfect. The costumes are gritty and muddy when our heroes are in a battle, their faces are all filled with blood, and I have no words to describe how jaw-dropping that last act is. I can't wait to change my desktop wallpaper once THAT shot is available. I dropped a single tear just by looking at it. No one talks, no one does anything. It's just an amazingly beautiful image. The score is epic as hell. So much that I'm listening to it right now as I'm writing this review, and I'm getting chills all over my body.

I can't really write much more, to be honest. I will acknowledge the cast because they are brilliant. Each and every single member delivers an outstanding performance, but if I had to choose the ones that both surprised me and had the most impact on me, they would be Johansson's, Evans', and Robert Downey Jr's (Tony Stark / Iron Man). “New” characters like Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) blend seamlessly, and the payoff is unbelievably satisfying. In terms of predictability, it goes more or less as I expected, but it still carries a few surprises throughout. Nothing is ever like we imagine or theorize about, so expect the unexpected, and don't judge a movie by if it fits your crazy, unrealistic theories that never crossed the producers and directors' minds in the first place!

All in all, I don't know what to do now. The only thing I'm sure of is that I want to see it again, as soon as possible. The last hour is f*cking insane. I couldn't fall asleep properly because I couldn't stop thinking about it. Endgame surpasses all expectations. It's everything I wished for and so much more. I could easily spend a whole day at the movie theater and watch three sessions in a row. It's that good. One of the best comic-book films of all-time, without a single doubt. Thank you to Kevin Feige and everyone who worked hard to bring the MCU to where it stands now. I can't even think of how are they going to produce something at the level of Infinity Saga. Maybe they never will. Maybe we'll have to wait another decade or two for something like this. Until then, see you at the next Endgame screening! Enjoy! Oh and #DontSpoilTheEndgame!

PS: it's not a perfect movie, I know. It doesn't exist one. Yes, Endgame has some issues regarding its pacing and tone, but I would be lying to myself if this isn't everything I dreamed of. I felt the same way with Civil War, regarding the rating to give, and I ended up giving it an A after a first viewing. As soon as I watched the second time, I changed it to an A+. I don’t need to wait for that second viewing with Endgame … And thank you to my audience for being incredibly respectful. No yelling, no crazy laughs, no stupid people doing stupid stuff. Thank you so much for not ruining one of the best cinematic experiences of my life!

Rating: A+


heroman

okay so if your like me you questioned this movie due to the fact that i personally thought nothing could beat infinity war well after seeing it i can honestly say we have a new champion this was absolutley excelent so hilarious action packed the 3 hrs passes extremily fast my only thing is the use of god.... bothered me and i suggest if your offended by that wait till dvd so you can mute the parts also a reminder to parents 'no matter how bad you want to see the movie dont do like people in my theater did and bring your 3 year old 'but besides that awesome movie


courtlynn

We waited till day 5 of release in theaters. There was a slow start to the movie so i don't recommend taking little ones under the age of 10. After all the anticipation and hype,Avengers Endgame did not disappoint. Waa a perfect "ending' to the series. Very well done


Per Gunnar Jonsson

These kind of movies are among the few movies that I can be bothered to go to an actual theater to watch nowadays. For most movies I just wait until they come out on disk (preferably Ultra HD Blu-ray if it’s available) and watch them on my home theater rig. So this weekend me and the kids went to the theater to watch Avengers: Endgame.

I have to say that it was better, even much better, than I feared. I really feared that the SJW retards at Marvel would take this opportunity to completely re-organize the Marvel universe to their liking. Like how they completely ruined both professor Xavier and Wolverine in that abysmal Logan movie. Luckily, this did not really happen. Maybe the financial reality of their failing SJW comics and Disney doing a bit of culling of the most extreme of the Marvel retards, the ones who fail to understand that super hero movies are meant to entertain and not be their personal agenda channel, are starting to take effect.

It was actually a quite good movie with plenty of action, some humor and, of course, lots and lots of special effects. Even the story made somewhat sense, at least in the context of a Marvel movie, even though the writers resorted to time travel.

The movie starts of somewhat dark and grim but I guess that was to be suspected. It cheered up as it moved along and then ending … well to me at least it was mostly satisfactory.

I was not too thrilled about the “new” Hulk although I warmed up to him a bit during the film. Thor? The less that is said about him the better actually. The rest of the merry bunch was in pretty good shape and I am quite happy that we did not get to see to much of Quill’s usual shenanigans. I really hate that character.

I was quite positively surprised at the huge and quite cool battle towards the end. I was thinking, or rather hoping, that at some time they were just going to reverse Thanos’ crap and that would be it but instead we get to watch another huge confrontation with pretty much everyone involved at the end. Very cool action and FX indeed.

There were some silly plot holes of course. As always when writers resort to time travel. An obvious one would of course be that, when they knew they only had enough Pym particles to complete one trip for each person why did they just not go back in time to get more the first thing they did? Especially since they later did exactly that. Also, Captain Marvel (in her new SJW hairdo) flies through a barrage of fire, smashes through Thanos’ ship like it was nothing and then struggles to combat Thanos himself? There were a bit of this silliness spread around but not too much for me to be bothered by it.

There were a few casualties of which I am saddened by two of them. I think at least one of them was unnecessary and probably agenda based. I also strongly disliked the rubbish with Captain America at the end. He has never been one of my favorite characters so I do not really care much about him being around or not but that rubbish sob-scene where he hands over his shield to a “politically correct” person was really unnecessary. I guess it must have been put there to appease the Marvel SJW retards.

Anyway, my bottom line is that I was greatly entertained by this movie. It had all the good stuff, real super heroes, action, special effects and not too much of the crap that has been spewing out of Marvel the last years.


swapnake

Awesome!


Wuchak

***How can they possibly save half of all living beings in the Universe?***

How are the surviving Avengers & Co. possibly going to save half of the Universe that died? My wife & I had this discussion before viewing. It basically comes down to two options (assuming the events in "Infinity War" weren’t just a dream): magic or time travel. All I’ll say is: What they came up with was in ways reminiscent of the plot convolutions of "Back to the Future II" (1989).

“Endgame” (2019) begins strong with the devastating reality of half of all living beings in the Universe suddenly vanishing. It starts to get lethargic about an hour in, but perks up with the three teams trying to apprehend the Infinity Stones so they can maybe reverse what happened at the end of the previous film.

Everything naturally leads to a huge battle in the last hour that I found boring, not to mention that the epilogue tended to drag on with too much of it being tedious. Still, there are lots of worthy bits throughout, like the opening, the unpredictable first encounter with Thanos, Thor getting flabby, the moving match between Black Widow and Hawkeye at the cliff’s edge, and much more.

Unfortunately, the myriad protagonists work against the film because it can’t concentrate on any one or two characters for very long. Captain Marvel is short shifted and decidedly dull. Plus the movie’s overlong at 3 hours, 1 minute.

GRADE: B/B-


Justin Lopez

The amazing fight scenes and CGI aren’t enough to mask the fact that the overall plot of going back in time to change reality is just plain stupid and lazy - and this is addressed to the writers. I did know that there was gonna be some time travel involved, but the way Marvel explained and executed it didn't too well for me. They can't get away with just putting it all in "Quantum.”


LoganWright

Sure the final fight with Thanos is more than epic, but I expected more than that. I wanted substance and a plot that didn't rely on "quantum" for all the questions and explanations.


BradleyStewart

Sadly, I didn't enjoy this one as much as I did with the first "Avengers" movies.


Jane Hall

Honestly, it felt like it was too much of a set-up for me. Having Antman isolated in the Quantum realm was just too convenient and it felt like Marvel was just looking for a foundation for the script they had for this movie that wasn't even as good as the previous ones.


JessieCollins

Needed more Dr. Strange action! Felt like the final fight scene with Thanos could've been choreographed a lot better especially when you have a magic caster who could dish out different spells like Dr. Strange. But alas, he was instead given the duty of holding off the impending doom from crashing down on his team.


John Smith

Not a big fan of the ending. But I guess when you have only 0.000000000001% chance of winning you can't expect it to be the best ending there is.


gwengww

First of all, good popcorn movie, if you are hardcore fan of marvel or visual effect in general, this is a movie for you.

However, it is clear that imagination of Marvel studio keeps deteriorating. The process and ending is clear about 10% into the movie. Zero development of character. Amateur plot twist. All cliche and low class humor. It is 21st century and they still cling on adult fairy tale and plain visual stimulation. The whole purpose is to let fans know what happens to the character. Good business investment but great shame to the art of movie industry. It is a blatant exploitation of grandpa IP with zero innovation.

Hero fantasy lived in half a century ago. Time to learn from modern Japanese manga and anime (I am not talking about One Piece or Naruto). Stop stitching up individuals from different background and call it a universe, it's laughable at best.


Justin Lopez

The amazing fight scenes and CGI aren’t enough to mask the fact that the overall plot of going back in time to change reality is just plain stupid and lazy - and this is addressed to the writers. I did know that there was gonna be some time travel involved, but the way Marvel explained and executed it didn't too well for me. They can't get away with just putting it all in "Quantum.”


1RobertJohnson1

Great ending but I still can't get over the fact that the writers had to kill my all-time favorite Avenger, Iron Man. Still, it was a sacrifice that must be taken for the greater good. I love the movie!


MichaelWilliams

I kind of expected Tony Stark to be the one to take the fall but what caught me off guard was Cap's decision to return to his original timeline. Man, I can take losing one main Avenger but two? It was just heartbreaking.


WilliamJones

That final fight with Thanos was epic! Great idea by the writers to have everybody be teleported back when Cap needed them the most. Officially the greatest superhero movie of all time!


DavidBrown1

With all the hype surrounding this film before its release, it was hard not to have high expectations once it finally went out.I myself am one of those people. Fortunately, it did pretty well and didn't disappoint. To me, it would've been better if all their time traveling somehow created ripple effects in the present to make it more realistic but I guess you can only fit so much content in a film.



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