As my wife and I sat in the theater after driving 3 and a half hours from good old Lynchburg to the preview in Washington DC, we discussed our anticipation and excitement. We also noted the variety of who came out to review Avengers: Endgame. Every walk of life was represented, tall, short, boy, girl. Those that are a little geeky and those that wait in line for 4 hrs just to watch a movie on opening night, and come back and watch it 4 more times before it leaves theaters. In true heroic form marvel and especially Endgame,represents just that. From girl power to every shape and size of super hero. Every hero is important and every fan is important, as portrayed by several epic scenes through the movie. Endgame will take you full circle and you get every minute of the three hours jam packed with feelings of joy, sadness, hope and despair.
As quoted from Avengers:
Steve Rogers: “Aren’t the stars and stripes a little… old-fashioned?”
Agent Phil Coulson: “With everything that’s happening, the things that are about to come to light, people might just need a little old-fashioned.”
As a major Captain America fan, I was not disappointed by how epic this movie ended up being. It took his story and so many others to the next level. I have seen almost all the marvel universe movies as they’ve come out over the past decade or so. After endgame I can’t wait for the next decade to continue to impress.
Go in expecting greatness come out still shocked and awed. That was my feeling walking out of Avengers: Endgame. Go to the bathroom before the movie, only get a small drink you don’t want to miss a second of the action packed adventure. Also it has to be said don’t ruin it for everyone else no spoilers!!!
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