Avengers Infinity War Movie Review
Avengers Infinity War Movie Review

Avengers End Game Movie Review

The wait is over! Every buff had drenched them so much into the world of Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s time to bid adieu with ‘Avengers End Game’. Well, there are many reasons, why the four and final installment had its domain registered so strong. It wasn’t limited merely to the diehard fans of Marvel, but even for the newbies, who have been craving to grab the tickets for this epic flick even without knowing its premise. Yes, every cohort has its due of expectations paid off well. Studio Flicks bring you the exclusive analysis of Avengers End Game.

P.S. – There are some spoilers ahead….

Avengers Infinity War had its ending sprinkling the showers of disappointments and confusions. More than all, the guesses of what could be the scenario in final episode ran into monstrous numbers and know what? (Spoiler) – Before the crucial point where Doctor Strange had to surrender the Infinity Stone, he makes a prediction of 14,000,605 futures. What’s more shockingly surprising? One among them is the way how ‘Thanos’ is thumped down.

Okay! So what was the next obvious thing that we thought? The Avengers (The survivors or predictably the re-entry of vaporized superheroes) would come back and snatch away the ‘Infinity Stones’. For your kind information – Thanos has destroyed all the stones now.

We think, these couple of elements would either earn us your wrath or propel your excitements to grab more.

‘Avengers End Game’ has every element to enthrall the lovers of its franchise. From beginning till the point of Omega, we find it more gripping. Of course, what’s been adding up feathers of success to this franchise is the emotional gravity it carries. We them in myriad and this one adds up more.

The film stars with Clint Barton (a) Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) who refrained from the previous battle is painful agony over losing his friends to Thanos’ snap of magic. On the other end, somewhere in the space, we find Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) almost exhausted and Thanos’ daughter (Karen Gillan) is holding her grudge up. With both of straying away, they are surprised to have a visitor – Captain Marvel (Brie Larson). (This might be a perplexing to link between this scene and the final moments of Captain Marvel, where she gets pager message from Dr. Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson).

So, we aren’t revealing more than this… Infinity War has its own pace and momentum, where few things might look outlandish for the first timers to constantly focus for 3-hr show. End of the game, it’s a paisa-vasool experience.

Avengers End Game Movie Review
  • Our Rating
4

Summary

Verdict: Go for it! A worthy toast to the ‘MCU’ fans

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