Avengers: Endgame is a fitting end of an era for Marvel

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Sabrina Vazquez, Features Editor

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In 2008 Marvel released Iron Man and began what is now know as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Eleven years and 21 movies later the MCU culminates in Avengers: Endgame, a cinematic feat unlike anything done before. Endgame had the pressure of being maybe the most anticipated movie in recent history. 

Even with expectations mounted high Endgame did not disappoint. I’m not going to spoil anything because I think that everyone should experience this movie for themselves, but simply put Endgame left me speech less in the best way possible. 

Endgame had a big job ahead of it, having to pick up where Avengers: Infinity War left off and tie up all the loose ends. The directors Anthony and Joe Russo where able to pull this off masterfully, completing their compelling story that was set up in Infinity War.

Without giving anything away, Endgame was everything that a comic book movie should be. It was action-packed, had an interesting and unexpected storyline, but still maintained that Marvel humor that audiences have come to love over the past 11 years. 

Overall Avengers: Endgame gave audiences a satisfying conclusion to the story that was started over ten years ago. I really recommend that everyone goes to see Endgame to experience this great piece of cinema for themselves.

Final Grade: A 

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