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The movie Avengers: Endgame is a work of the genre Action, Adventure, Science Fiction of a USA nationality , Avengers: Endgame online released in Apr. 24, 2019 and its duration is 181 Min . Because this movie is full of events and scenes did not fail. So it rated 8.7 out of a total of 485,639 votes on IMDB. The famous feature film awaited by the public USA is finally on our site. Wish you a good viewing of the film that had a 8.4 vote without commitment and for free.
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There are dozens of ways to draw a comment, criticism or analysis of a product such as “Avengers: Endgame.” It could be used to talk about serialization at the height of the ‘blockbusters’, which is not new in itself and that have practiced, with better or worse success, from Charles Dickens in literature to George Lucas on the screen, but that has been taken to the cinematic heyday by Marvel productions (the perfect example of this may be “X-Men: Apocalypse”, a film that is practically useless seen as a singular product, but which is essential as an element of a serial). “Endgame” could be analyzed as a palmar symbol of a commercialization of cinema at the planetary level, a crematistic strategy that leads the world to anxiously await the appearance of a product for more than a year. And also as a bet based on audacity: the patient creation of a cinematic universe that feeds on itself (already present in the original comics, true), a cosmogonic creation with characters that nourish all possible plots, that intersect between they influencing and even deciding their developments and that the viewer demands their prior knowledge (patient because it is unusual for films such as “The Avengers” or “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, released in 2012 and 2014 contain keys applicable to “Endgame” , released in 2019).
But “Avengers: Endgame” could also be analyzed from a less reflexive and more passionate side: that of the Marvelita at heart. So let’s bet on the latter, because for a ‘Marvel’ fan this movie is THE movie. The culmination of an 11-year trip that began in 2008 with “Iron Man”. A trip in which they have stopped importing the “Phases” into which Marvel has divided because it has stopped importing all rationalization. Because “Endgame” is all that can be expected, and more.
A year ago, “Avengers: Infinity War” left us stunned with a bleak ending that, in reality, was nothing more than the unfinished half of the second act of a plot that would encompass two films. Here comes the outcome of that second act, the third and several epilogues. The majesty of “Endgame” has many pillars, but the main one is to give the feeling that we have reached Ithaca. And that the trip has been as impressive as the place where we disembarked. “Endgame” is not only a close stop, but it is the resolution of dozens of open plots along the way, the heroic sublimation of his characters and the confirmation that they have all played their part, in an apotheosis of corality
The main narrative mystery of “Endgame” was, first and foremost, to know if the superheroes killed in “Infinity War” would come back to life. This was the hook that left us stuck in the seats a year ago, so embedded that it could be said that we were still there. And, of course, who would be the key to his alleged return. Among such passion, we may forget somewhat that The Avengers are a group and, therefore, that there will never be a single protagonist, no matter how much Iron Man and Captain America often act as leaders. The premiere of “Captain Marvel” made us believe that the character could be a fundamental key. And it is, but the surprising and decisive participation of Nebula is also essential. But no more than that of a singular Ant Man, who takes on an unusual role. And no more than Hulk’s. And no more than that of Black Widow and Hawkeye (here under the personality of Ronin), two characters somewhat apart so far from the main narrative foundations. It is no coincidence that the latter is the protagonist of the prologue, to the detriment of other more “important” characters.
The script of “Endgame” makes it useless to list the appearances of all the superheroes involved, because even the most gregarious character has its moment of prominence. And, without revealing the plot, there are many among them whose presence is a surprise. We are talking about a ‘blockbuster’, but they already want many movies that are supposedly “serious” to use a script so meticulous and so extraordinarily embedded in their union of different narrative planes, so successful when combining dense and deep dialogues with comic replicas (although , in this sense, Thor takes the worst part as the protagonist of situations that are too widespread) and so pertinent in his eagerness to break expectations to get away from any narrative arrangement. Each sequence is unpredictable, each new movement, surprising, each new tonal change, unsuspected. A script that speaks of heroism, of course, but also of the essence that makes us human, of revenge (“we are The Avengers, not The Prevenors,” says an afflicted Iron Man), but also altruism. And that also calls the power of superheroines (attentive to the exhibition of “Female Power” that contains one of the moments of the final battle).
A script that becomes amazing images of the hand of the Russo brothers, creators of a lavish staging that combines resources with almost insulting ease, which uses the sequence plane with the exact measurement, which plays with the depth of field to enhance the forcefulness of some already energetic images. The Russo act with the precision of an atomic clock to fill the first third of footage with a bleak, suffocating and mortuary tone that will turn towards the carelessness in the central part, to become heroic and vitalist in the final final act, in which A memorable combination of drama, comedy, adventure and action will be present, a generic paroxysm available to very few creators. And it is no small thing to seek the fair value of each camera movement in a ‘blockbuster’. The Russo culminate their work in a final stretch of film that involves the most extraordinary digital apotheosis lived in a movie theater. An overdose of excitation that will lead to several concatenated epilogues, each more emotional than the previous one.
It will be complicated, for any Marvel lover, to maintain critical sanity in the face of a movie like “Endgame”, before a culmination of such caliber. So we can only thank Kevin Feige “the head of all this”, the visionary who when he was appointed head of the Study in 2007 surrounded himself with experts in comics and designed a plan as ambitious as apparently suicidal. And, of course, Joss Whedon, the man of “The Avengers” and “The Age of Ultron.” And, of course, to the Russo brothers, the directors who have completed the process, who made meat to Captain America in “The Winter Soldier”, who dared to film the heroes faced in “Civil War” and who have delivered the last two films of the avenging group. They are the ones who have managed to return us to adolescence, to the spectator that we were, amazed at the Magic of Cinema, and who have made us forget the spectator somewhat that we are, certainly more fatigued.
When, in our childhood, we began to read Marvel comics with astonished children’s eyes, we hardly imagined that we were going to live in a movie theater the three hours of magic offered by “Avengers: Endgame”. And, in case some tears of emotion still remain intact among the spectators, the film contains, yes, Stan Lee’s last ‘cameo’. “Make love, not war” are the last words pronounced on a screen by the man who created this entire Universe almost 60 years ago. The man who has accompanied us on another trip, the vital one. Excelsior!
Original titleAvengers: Endgame
IMDb Rating8.7 485,639 votes
TMDb Rating8.4 8,065 votes
Robert Downey Jr.
Tony Stark / Iron Man
Steve Rogers / Captain America
Bruce Banner / The Hulk
Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Clint Barton / Hawkeye
James "Rhodey" Rhodes / War Machine
Scott Lang / Ant-Man