Director(s): Anthony Russo and Joe Russo.
Writer(s): Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.
“We’re in the endgame now.” 11 years in the making and 22 films later, the Avengers series finally concludes with its inevitable success – Avengers: Endgame.
It’s been one heck of a ride. We’ve witnessed the gradual formation of a motley crew of misfits from all races, creeds and origins; a true family of formidable heroes.
Endgame seamlessly follows on from the end of 2018′s Avengers: Infinity War. It keeps up the momentum so much that you’re perched on the edge of your cinema seat, squeezing the life out of your drinks cup with all of the tension that an 11 year build up can bring.
You can expect intense action, emotion, tension and even humour when you most need it… and you’re going to need it, it’s a long one.
Most of all, Endgame ties a beautiful, closure-filled bow on a piece of cinematic history. You can’t deny the impact that this series has made on contemporary film (and popular) culture… and for me, I’ve loved every minute of it.
This film is for anyone who has enjoyed any part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the past 11 years: the fans, the filmgoers and the casual viewers.
Endgame is a triumph. If you’re yet to see it, enjoy the experience, you’ve earned it after all of these years. If you have, remember: