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The Vengers Endgame Has Officially Been Released.
It’s crushing the box-office Shattering Records just demolishing and I’m hoping the majority of you have seen it. I wanted to give you guys enough time to see the movie before I talked spoilers so that’s your warning. This is going to be a spoiler filled review before I get any farther than review. I have to do something very special now that you’ve been warned.
We Can Talk About Spoilers.
I can finally talk about this movie now. I can actually like say things fully completely without worrying about spoilers first off I want to make an amendment. I made an error in my original review. The Russo brothers did not write the film as well as direct that’s my fault They directed the film.
The Script Was Written By Christopher
Markus and Stephen UK and they did an excellent job. I. For that’s my bad but I mentioned in my review that I had something that I predicted that I was thinking it might go a certain way. Most of my friends were saying they’re gonna use the time stone to reverse time and blah Blah Blah and that’s like kind of where everyone was gravitating towards. But I was pretty sure that we’re gonna try to do time travel and jump back and forth between other films we had seen before in the past ten years and loop all of them into this big arc and that’s exactly what they did and I said in my review.
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I Wasnt Like Disappointed By That I
wanted that to happen. I love the idea of Captain America and Tony and all of them encountering their past selves looking back on things they did maybe some things that they weren’t too happy about. And they had to comment on them the Americas ass joke was great I loved how that played throughout the scene, but it does take a while to set up the rules of what they’re going for and you kind of just have to sit back and accept it all right. Tony Stark‘s a genius Bruce banners of genius. They’re all geniuses in different ways okay they did it they got time-travel alright they’ll bleep figure it out I guess you just kind of have to accept it and just move on with it otherwise you’re gonna be sitting there Nitpicking that’s what I talked about the most when I refer to Nitpicking.
In My Original Review.
It’s super easy to Nitpick time-travel movies and different films as mentioned in this movie have presented it in various ways where if you go back and change something it means the future. But this film takes the idea of that creates a brain It’s reality like an alternate reality when you change it and and so it’s a little confusing to really think about what’s going on in the first act, and you can really nitpick at hardcore or you can just enjoy the experience because the Russo brothers made a damn good movie. I expected that us to be out of the picture somehow because he was barely in a trailer and I found that odd and so I wasn’t that surprised that they murder him right off the bat I loved Thor’s line I went for the head going back to infinity war. I really liked how that all played out and that was sort of the movie we expected to see.
But Maybe Some People Thought That Would Happen
more towards the end sort of like the beginning of. Glass the first like 20 minutes of glass was how I thought the whole movie would be, but it was just the beginning and then we cut to five years later and that was surprising and I loved how Steve was part of a self–help group. He was sort of doing like what Falcon did. He was just doing everything he could to help people even if he couldn’t be Captain America like he used to be he was just in a self–help group talking to people about their feelings and I thought that was really special when Ant-man comes back into play with information about the quantum realm things really start to get moving in regards to the time travel element of the plot. But I got I got Tony back in there.
Hes Got A Kid Now, Which
is awesome that was obviously one of the most heartfelt. have seen so many people talking about that line I love you 3,000 because it really is kind of crushing, especially when you see how the film plays out. I like what they did with Hawkeye-they definitely took him in a direction. I didn’t really anticipate tried to stay away from plot details. I knew of the Ronin persona and like what that meant for him, but I just didn’t really know what exactly they were gonna do with him and I loved the scene where he’s like killing folks in Tokyo that was awesome and they did a good job of reminding us why Black, Widow and Hawkeye our friends.
In This Movie They Tried To
hit the right emotional beats leading up to Black widows eventual sacrifice and what that means for those characters. They even reference Budapest again and let’s talk about that sacrifice for. for a minute because I kind of wanted Hawkeye to be the guy to jump and so when he jumps. I was like okay. I’m satisfied but then Black Widow saved him and I was like Damn.
I Get It.
He’s got a family. He has a wife. He has kids. I just my preference is that I’ve always liked a black widow character more than Hawkeye, so I would have loved to have seen her stick around for the final battle at least, but I get that in the sense of like moral rightness.
It Makes More Sense For Hawkeye To Be
alive. So he can take care of his kids and family. I just kind of wish that Black Widow had survived that at the same time it confuses me because they finally announced a deal to make a black widow movie and I’m wondering if that’s gonna. Still happen? It would obviously have to be a prequel. Then I would assume I hope that they finally make a black widow movie.
Its One Of The Films Ive Been Wanting
to see ever since the beginning of her introduction in Iron Man 2. I’ve always wanted a black widow movie and I hope they still do it. I just don’t know what they’re gonna do with it now now. In my original review, I mentioned that the film does take risks with its characters, one of them being Thor and I gotta be honest. I bleep loved it for a lot of reasons.
He is hilarious. He is a way way better actor than he gets credit for he is phenomenal but I kind of loved it for another reason-he’s got this beer belly through the whole movie. He has crushing anxiety and panic. Panic attacks and yet he still dons his outfit and he fights that house.
Nevertheless, He Never Uses Magic Or
some superpowers to get back to his old shape. He just stays that way, and he fights Thanos and stands up for himself and his friends and I thought that was a good message. You do not have to look like a maxim model to be a hero. I like that it’s cool another risk that could potentially put off people was what they did with Hulk. In this film they’ve now sort of merged him into the Professor.
A Smarter Version, In Which Banner And
Hulk have sort of combined to just exist. I loved it. I mean why not they have continuously done different things with the Hulk to make sure he doesn’t get stale because that’s the biggest danger with that character. He’s a fan favorite for. a reason, but if he just shows up and smashes things in every movie, it wouldn’t really be that cool after a while, but they have always tried to take him in a different direction.
They finally had him talk and he was in this weird planet and he was happy being there and it was just really funny. He disappeared for a while. After all Tron and now he’s back with this new thing and an infinity war. He barely showed up at all so they’ve tried to do their best to make that character stay fresh and I love the idea that banner being as smart as he is would figure this out.
Finally Finally Accept Whats Inside Of Him
for what it is and just learn to live with it and really I just have to give it to the entire creative team behind the UK. for crafting this world for as long as they have because as we got towards that final battle with past Thanos realizing you know what this doesn’t have to happen anymore. Clearly my my life dream is it’s not worth anything because the people who are left over they’re always gonna miss what they had and not accept what they have and so we get the big final battle. They did get the Infinity stones and were able to bring everybody back. And I have to give such props to the creative team.
Because I Just Didnt Realize How Emotionally
invested I was in it. This movie has something that a lot of Marvel movies Don’t have and it’s actually a feeling of finality. You feel like you were experiencing something ending and like. This is really something to pay attention to and I felt invested and my god. I.
Mean Lets Talk About Tony Stark
um so I definitely cried and when I say I cried I didn’t I didn’t like tear up. I was full-on bottom lip quivering just the little jittery shaking just I really felt it for this character and Downey Jr. I’ve seen a lot of campaigning for him to get an Oscar nomination for this movie and I would totally be behind that who cares if he’s wearing a UK suit or something like his performance is excellent. He’s really great in this movie and the idea of his final words being the words that ended. The first Iron Man film that’s also just a gorgeous idea.
I Thought It Was Wonderful.
Oh My God yes I forgot about Captain America with Thor’s hammer. You see that right there is every movie has like that one moment where you’re like Bleep Yes, and that was this movie’s moment for me it that was just great. You know it harken back to Ultron where it were Steve budged the hammer and Thor cut that looked like what oh bleep that whole sequence was just pure fan happiness it gave me what I needed it made you feel fulfilled made me happy made me excited, but after Tony died his funeral like I was already feeling it when he gave the message to his family and then when you see the flowers floating and but the next shot where it pans across. Like everyone he’s impacted over these years.
Even The Kid From Iron Man
3 Ty Simpkins I lost it I mean I lost. It I saw it at a press screening and then my wife and I went to a drive-in theater. Actually there’s a drive-in still near us in Ohio, and I saw it a second time at the drive-in and we’re in the car and the windows are fogging up because we’re just bawling our eyes out like I can hear my wife she’s like crying like she’s.
The Russo brothers did not write the film as well as direct that’s my fault . I was pretty sure that we’re gonna try to do time travel and jump back and forth between other films we had seen before in the past ten years and loop all of them into this big arc . The script was written by Christopher Markus and Stephen UK and they did an excellent job. I. wasn’t like disappointed by that I wanted that to happen. I love the idea of Captain America and Tony encountering their past selves looking back on things they did maybe some things that they weren’t too happy about. And they had to comment on them the Americas ass joke was great I loved how that played throughout the scene, but it does take a while to set up the rules of what they’re going for and you kind of just have to sit back and accept it all right. They’re all geniuses in different ways okay they did it, okay they got time-travel alr . The Vengers Endgame…. Click here to read more and watch the full video