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After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), 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’s actions and undo the chaos to the universe, no matter what consequences may be in store, and no matter who they face…

Also Known As: Мстители: Финал, Osvetnici: Završnica, Avengers: Hoi Ket, Razbunatorii: Sfarsitul jocului, Avengers: Infinity War - Part II, Avengers: Endgame Czech, Avengers: Endgame, Avengers 4, Tasujad: Lõppmäng, Отмъстителите: Краят, Keršytojai: Pabaiga, Месники: Завершення, Bosszúállók: Végjáték, Avengers: Koniec gry, Avengers: Phase finale, Vengadores: Endgame, Εκδικητές: Η τελευταία πράξη, Maščevalci: zaključek, Atriebeji: Noslegums, Vingadores: Endgame, Hakmarrësit: Loja e Fundit, Ha'Nokmim: Sof Ha'Mis'hak, Avengers: Koniec hry, Vingadores: Ultimato, Osvetnici: Kraj igre

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  • anonymous
    Anonymous

    lol lol u are gay

  • lol-lol
    Lol lol

    Everyone complains so much in the comments. You should all go through film school so you can show the world your majestic ideas, experts! lmao

    • xd
      XD

      u are gay so of course you’ll go to film school

      • lol-lol
        lol lol

        Brilliant comeback dipshit, doesn’t even make sense. Screw film school, you need elementary school.

  • javier-bender
    javier bender

    Nonetheless, america has loss….. No Animation or CGI can safe america. Hail Stanley

  • zhukov-kazimir-ermolaevich
    zhukov kazimir ermolaevich

    I really liked Infinity war,but endgame is so much boring. Thor and Hulk were totally wasted.CGI and actions were average. Some dialogues were forced and totally unnecessary.I expected more from marvel. The Infinity war ending was much better and epic.I will take endgame as an alternate ending

  • dr-jose-manuel-campos
    dr jose manuel campos

    It’s hard to believe that this is the highest grossing movie of all time. It’s not even that good of a Marvel movie.I understand that this is based on a comic book characters but damn! The fact that this movie is so successful is pretty much the reason why Hollywood thinks they can get away making movies that aren’t all that well thought out but look cool. The first hour was downright painful to get through and if they had taken out a lot of the unnecessary crap, this movie easily could have been 2 hours long.

  • jirina-vankova
    jirina vankova

    This movie was a joke,its barely a movie and more of an event this isint even an original movie the only thing this movie did to bring in people was have old mcu movies to make fans feel nostalgic,endames time travel logic was horrible, most overrated movie ever

  • timothy-livingston
    timothy livingston

    This latest of the Avengers series is pretty predictable because it is so formulaic: a convoluted set of story strings that must come together at the end, gratuitous little interpersonal dramas, and lots and lots of explosions, fistfights, and a pseudo battle of Armageddon. Also, predictably, the final battle must invoke Deus ex machina to save the day.It’s too bad that a lot of engaging actors and Marvel characters are wasted on such an insipid, uninspiring script.The God wannbe, Thanos, is a boring and not a terribly scary sci-fi villain. He looks like a World Wrestling Federation refugee who overdosed on steroids. And, the quest for the five magic stones that give power over the entire universe sounds like a gimmick straight out of an adolescent-level video game.The first 60 minute takes forever to ramp-up. And the viewer is lost without remembering the previous installment,”Infinity War.” After a padded full three hours of superhero antics – so many superheroes I can’t keep them straight – the ending is dismally anticlimactic. Killing off Iron Man seems terribly misplaced. And, just to drag out the boredom, it follows up with a painfully long shot of all the super heroes – clad in black – at a funeral that is, well, deadly.A forgettable fractured sci-fi yarn.

  • sophia-lopez
    sophia lopez

    Disappointing, Emotional BS, Family BS, Random Moments that try to be funny, Overpowered Women, Underpowered Thor, Boring 1st Hour & many more….This movie was a disgrace to the entire franchise. Watching the avengers & other marvel movies that all lead up to this…. Hell No!To all reading this review Do Not watch Marvel movies like I did; all those expectations lead to this… :-{ Investing all those hours & emotional energy & it all went down the drain.I give the movie a 4 for the action scenes & the VFX, the rest was just Underwhelming.

  • steven-o-brien
    steven o brien

    They ruined all the great superhero in this movieThe hullk??? -Wtf its a joke Ironman- not great fight scene and usless death Thor -is like crying baby Captian america -can hold thor hammer??? Really?? Its like the ending of game of the throne

  • dr-ernest-heidrich-mba
    dr ernest heidrich mba

    Just overall badly written – down to the individual jokes not being funny, the side stories being uinteresting and the main plot also didn’t work.Marvel apparently wants to reboot the MCU, by “demoting” or changing a lot of characters. None of the “demotions” were well done – instead of epic fights against Thanos resulting in the hero loosing his powers or getting injured, they more had them just slip our the back door. It is strange that you would miss an opportunity to have a batch of heroes killed in an epic battle, and instead srite them out the story with bad plotlines.The storyline was also a mess. The initial half hour or was it an hour before things got started could just have been cut down to five minutes, forgettable as it was. It was like the writers just gave up writing a meaningfull story from start to finish, and instead just had a main plotline patched together by coincidences (the bad guys randomly finding out what they heroes were doing), some side plots and then a big fight at the end.Even the selection of music was bad, there was hardly a scene with a really good song fitting a scene. This is something Marvel has been very good at, so it’s strange they suddenly couldn’t get that right.The point of the movie seems to reboot the MCU, removing a lot of characters because the actors playing them got too old for the roles – and maybe the writers had problems to create a story with a designated quota of heroes dying. I don’t know what went wrong in the writing process, bur something for sure did.

  • hakob-nakhshk-aryan
    hakob nakhshk aryan

    So..um…other than to wrecked up Thanos’s battle ship, Captain Marvel should be the one who defeat Thanos, right? That’s what all the fuss about, right?? She’s not supposed to be taken down so easily, right?? If she were strong enough, Tony wouldn’t be dead, right?????I thougth Capt. Marvel is the one who will deafeat Thanos, i wonder how will it be. Then POOF! In the end the stones did the job.Omg..so confused…

  • karen-koch
    karen koch

    So bad they shoukd of thought about this for lonher

  • minna-christoffersen
    minna christoffersen

    I haven’t really been a fan of many of the marvel movies but gave this one a shot given all the hype. Total waste of three hours. The time travel, plot holes and cheesy death scenes all were too confusing. These movies have consistently pandered to its audiences and this one was no different. If anything it was worse.

  • horvath-nagy-beata
    horvath nagy beata

    I love superheroe movies. I love Marvel. Therefore, I HATE this movie.Political correctness and artificially forced feminist statement cliches, destruction of characters’ history and personalities,infantile humor, plot holes… you name it.

  • charles-miller
    charles miller

    Mild spoilers ahead: This movie could lose some 60 minutes and nobody would notice (or probably will – it would be more fun). Some great acting wasted. Exponential comic absurdity mixed with cheap philosophy. SFX could be much better for such an epic attempt. Weepy ending with forced pathos ruins everything. I was truly glad when it finally was over. 3 stars for wrapping this up, hopefully for good.

  • wayne-rivera
    wayne rivera

    Exhilarating, breathtaking culmination to the Infinity Saga delivers in every way.

  • bayan-egenur-adal-inonu-demir
    bayan egenur adal inonu demir

    Now here we are at the Endgame. Iron Man said it in Age of Ultron. Dr. Strange in Infinity War. Currently it’s the second highest-grossing film of all time, relegating Titanic to third place, and is only $400M away from overtaking Avatar. And it deserves to be right up there, because all three prompted the world to get off of their records and go to the cinema to be a part of a mini cultural movement. I remember when the first Avengers movie was announced, I counted down the days until it was finally shown. Going back further, I remember when I was kid my mom would buy me comic books, most of which were X-men titles but an Avenger one would slip through once in a while. So I really don’t like Iron Man because he’s too steely, Cap was boring, Black Widow was here then gone, Hawkeye was too arrogant, Hulk was just green and Thor piqued my interest. But when I got a copy of Avengers West Coast, Scarlet Witch mesmerized me and Vision (all white version) got me sold. I mean a witch in love with a robot in the 90s? As an introvert teen trying to find his way in life, these are the people that accompanied me in the tiny corners of a place I’d run and hide to.It’s one thing to read about them, it’s another to see them alive and moving on the big screen. Or half of them alive anyway. Endgame continues on after the snap, with those left behind trying to continue on after the loss they suffered. If there’s one thing negative I can say about the movie, is that the first hour showing the impact of the loss didn’t resonate with me. Maybe because I knew beforehand those gone will be brought back and I just have to go through the motions to get to it. Maybe my opinion will change as I watch it again in the future.Now on to the good parts:Final warning, detailed spoilers ahead…1) Captain America wielding Mjolnir (collective gasp from the audience) 2) That shot when Thanos’s army was approaching and only Captain America was left standing with a broken shield 3) “On your left…” 4) Pepper Potts as Rescue 5) Avengers!….Assemble. 6) Ant man punching an alien ship 7) Spider-man and Iron Man hug. Remember in Homecoming Peter thought they were going to hug and Tony said we’re not there yet? They’re there now. 8) Passing of the gauntlet from Hawkeye to Captain Marvel 9) Scarlet Witch. The only other Avenger who could’ve killed Thanos if he didn’t get help. 10) Captain Marvel’s entry…and short hair…and destroying Thanos’s warship single handedly. 11) All female Avengers rescuing Peter. People are divided about this, some saying it felt forced, that it was a little hypocritical but me, I’m here for it. 12) Captain Marvel’s one on one with Thanos, that head but and Thanos needing an Infinity Stone to fend her off. 13) Steve coming back to pass on the shield to Sam.What comes next though? How do they top something as big as this? Well there are so many other story lines in the comic book they can translate into the big screen. The actors? Tom, Chad, Benedict and Brie are more than capable of soldiering on. There’s also the TV series set for Loki, Bucky and Sam, and Scarlet Witch and Vision. Let’s also not forget that Disney now hold the rights to X-Men. So my prediction of still talking about the MCU well way into my 50s is starting to become possible. We might’ve gotten Endgame, but it seems the game has just begun.

  • siegbert-kohler
    siegbert kohler

    That was my best experience from Avengers, Great Great Everything was great

  • hugo-fuentes
    hugo fuentes

    So boring and predictable story with cringe moments such a dissapointment

  • arnolds-ziemelis
    arnolds ziemelis

    They could have cut an hour and a half of the slow unimportant scenes.

  • shane-schneider
    shane schneider

    3 hours out of my life I will never get back. not worth the hype. you think the soap opera is done by the ultimate battle. think again. let us milk it and release another spider man. geez a lou.

  • jamie-savage
    jamie savage

    Horrible movie. Boring and poorly written. I don’t understand the high rating or the hype. I didn’t even finish watching it because it was so awful. I love all of the Marvel movies, but this one was unwatchable. What a waste of a perfectly good Saturday night.

  • barbara-collins
    barbara collins

    11 years, and still going strong, MARVEL and Disney were very much banking on audiences reacting well to to the big and very expensive climax to the Infinity Saga. And since this film became extremely close to toppling Avatar as the highest grossing film of all time, I think it’s safe to say that Avengers: Endgame did so and much more.With over half the cast brutally turned to ash at the end of the equally incredible Infinity War, writers, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely did a superb job of wrapping up the loose ends left by Infinity War, while also wrapped up many open ended points from many other aspects of the past 22 movies. While many studios continue to try and often fail at an extensive movie universe, MARVEL has very rarely fumbled in this monstrous achievement. Despite a couple of duds, (looking at you, Incredible Hulk and Thor 2) the MCU has gone down with universal praise from fans, critics and general audiences goers alike.Nevertheless, while it’s very easy to proclaim Endgame as being perfect upon first viewing, (I was admittedly guilty of that) it does have a couple of problems that can hold it back. The biggest being the inconsistent and had to understand concept of time travel. Markus and McFeely seemingly have a juxtaposing explanation compared to that of directors, Joe and Anthony Russo. Personally, I’ve merged both explanations, which has made re-watching the film just as enjoyable as it was at the midnight release.Additionally, some moments can be questionable, in particular one big crowd pleasing moment between the female heroes, coming together to support Captain Marvel. (Brie Larson) Ultimately, there was clear evidence that Larson’s character didn’t need the support. And while the moment is brilliant to watch and definitely deserves the inevitable applause it receives, the moment would be even better had Captain Marvel not been the one needing support. A very good example of what I mean can be seen in the video below.But despite some small hiccups, the majority of this narrative holds up brilliantly, and still holds up as a sublime book end for that part of the MCU’s history. And while technically, Jon Watt’s Spider-Man: Far From Home is the final Phase 3 film, and is technically the last film in this saga, Endgame is the big book end for the majority of it’s cast, and is a tremendous and emotional send off for many of our beloved heroes.As we’ve come to expect from MARVEL, the production values for Endgame are off the scale, with tremendous special effects, which blends in so many elements and characters, while still appearing cohesive and a beautiful spectacle. Cinematography by Trent Opaloch was beautifully frame, full of dazzling colours at the right moments, thankfully avoiding the drab and darkly lit cinematography seen in Captain Marvel earlier in the year. Additionally, with the time travelling aspect to the narrative, Opaloch’s cinematography also pays respect to the work of MCU cinematographers from past installments. Since the film was shot entirely in IMAX alongside Infinity War, some may find the standard cinemascope version (the most common version shown) to feel boxed in at times, or not framed as well. And while this can be noticeable, it doesn’t hinder the film much, since everything you need to see is perfectly visible, with the IMAX versions also bringing extra detail on a larger scale. It’s films like this that deserve to be shown and seen on the big-screen.Throughout the MCU’s run, many aspects have improved. And the biggest improvement Endgame demonstrates is the sublime music by legendary composer, Alan Silvestri. After years of bland and unimaginative music, Silvestri really gets to be creative with this tremendous collection of music. His use of Jazz during the heist adds a unique tone to those moments, and the many inclusions of his empowering Avengers theme keeps the excitement coming. If MARVEL keeps giving composers the freedom to embrace their creativity, I look forward to continue seeing more work like this.Obviously, after 11 years of story-telling, it’s hard to please everyone with what you put out, and for those audience members that somehow haven’t seen Endgame or any previous MCU installment, I do highly recommend taking the journey as many fans and general audiences have done. Start at the beginning, and follow the journey. Because after completing the entire Infinity Saga (including Far From Home) I can safely say that Endgame left me dazzled, shocked, but ultimately satisfied. And even with my minor problems, it’s easy to look past, and just be entertained by this thrilling adventure. What else is there to say but… Avengers Assemble!SCORES Story 4/5 Characters 5/5 Production 4.5/5 Acting 5/5 Music 5/5Overall – 4.7/5

  • sebastiao-pires
    sebastiao pires

    This movie was a complete mess, after all the years of build up, I didn’t care. It was like putting an entire smörgåsbord into a very small bowl. All the flavours and textures blended and lost their appeal. Only two characters stood out, Thor and Antman.

  • chad-todd-phd
    chad todd phd

    This movie dosent deserve to be this high on IMDb,it was bring and by far the worst avengers movie with a disapointing and predictable outcome,it ruined thanos and the heroes one with no casualties like every superhero movie,endgame was by far the worst most overrated marvel movie

  • niyazi-baris-yaman
    niyazi baris yaman

    There is no way that I could describe my emotions for this movie. I’m totally speechless. I haven’t laughed (even cried) this much in Marvel movie or even in any movie. I’m fully on my emotion, there are so many tears of joy and loss. Amazing story, the acting is outstanding, epic action, great CGI, the best storytelling ever told in a superhero movie, amazing performance. I love it more than 3000.Happiness, sadness, pure joy, excitement… I’m gonna miss this moment in my whole life because let’s face it- it’s been awhile movies can bring such a big enthusiasm like this.It is such an experience you’ll gonna remember it forever. People are clapping, laughing, crying, full of a state emotion. It’s 3 hours long but it went by like a finger snapping by Thanos, and now I’m thinking I’m actually in Quantum Realm because it felt like 5 seconds. Even though you know where the story is gonna bring you because it’s still a ‘superhero movie’ but it left me speechless. It’s not just a superhero movie, it’s more than that.**SPOILER ALERT**Even some characters that you didn’t like before, you will love them in this movie. Like Captain Marvel. I didn’t like her before in her own movie but in Endgame they showed how powerful, how strong and how capable she really is. And now I kinda love her! But Marvel should really be careful of her line though, I didn’t like some of her line like “I’m the strongest” and “You didn’t win because before you didn’t have me” duh. Also not gonna forget Hawkeye. To be honest, in Avengers I really didn’t like Hawkeye because he’s just a ‘guy’ with an arrow and just randomly showed up in any scene but actually he’s character is so BADASS! Everything that we need, what we want is here.Also I don’t get it why some people can not accept that Thor is fat or treat him like a joke. I mean, this movie might be trying to give us a message about no matter what ‘shape’ are you, you can be a hero and save the world. To be honest, I like what they did to Thor, that man is depressed and taking the most responsible after he missed the shot to kill Thanos in Infinity War. Even though he already did killed him but it’s not gonna bring back his people of Asgard. Also he’s God of Thunder for god sake, he could slap his stomach with thunder and got his abs back.I’m so happy too for Captain America. Finally he could do his dance with Peggy and I didn’t expected that we could see the fight between Captain America with his own self. Also when Tony met his father really warm my heart, and we can see the ‘real-life’ Jarvis – I didn’t expected that too.When the whole superhero arrived it is so EPIC! The whole person in theater are screaming and shocked. Gives me a goosebumps and still left me speechless!This movie is absolute perfection. The ending of this movie is we and the characters deserved. It gives a perfect balance for all these past 10 years. Epic and perfect ending, I was not disappointed at all. This movie was completely emotional and visually stunning. Now I get it why the Russo Brothers told us to do a Marvel Movie marathon before watching Endgame because this movie had everything to accomplish what left behind before all of this.Ready or not, whatever it takes.Go watch it for yourself.

  • garry-butler
    garry butler

    I think End game is non sense How could they destroy the story by missing with time ! killing Thanos erase infinity war so End game is never happen and I wonder about Captain Marvel ..half the univ disappear and she was to busy or did not notice tell she had a missed call ..and once more she come to do nothing here ! come on ! I waited too long for this movie to understand why the “heroes ” of infinity war give up willingly infinity stone to thanos however the know what he will do! but now never mind it is just a movie no story not a big deal p.s I liked what happen to ironman