Avengers: Endgame, an end to all Avengers films

Avengers: Endgame advertisement.

Courtesy Photo

Avengers: Endgame advertisement.

Emily Harrier, Staff Writer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






For many Marvel fans, myself included, Avengers: Endgame has been a highly anticipated film of 2019. After such a long wait, Marvel fans finally get to see what has become of their favorite Marvel characters as they deal with the aftermath of Avengers: Infinity War.

“I loved watching Avengers: Endgame. It was a great movie, and I can’t wait to see it again,” Julie Findley explained.

Not only is Avengers: Endgame the end to the Avengers movies, but it is also the last time we will see a cameo from none other than Stan ‘The Man’ Lee. To me, it only seems fitting that Stan Lee’s final cameo should take place in Endgame. It’s the perfect wrap-up to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or MCU, and the perfect ending to start a new beginning. I have to say, even though this is his last cameo, Stan Lee is still able to bring a smile to moviegoers’ faces with his short but sweet cameo.

“I think the movie was great, but there are a few parts that made me disappointed. I think certain scenes could have been changed and made better, but other than that it was great,” Findley also added.

This film also serves as the ending to the region of the ‘big three.’ The ‘big three’ in the MCU are Tony Stark a.k.a Iron Man, Steve Rodgers a.k.a Captian America, and Thor a.k.a the God of Thunder.  Many Marvel fans have long foreshadowed this event happening, but not many could even imagine the way Marvel has brought all three of their stories to an end.

Findley also explained, “I think that Endgame should have been separated into two different movies. Then the movie wouldn’t have been so long.”

Another thing this film was able to do was connect with fans on an emotional level. There were moments in the film when the whole theater would go completely silent. You couldn’t even hear the rustling of popcorn. Then during other scenes, the whole theater would erupt in laughter, and in others, you could hear everyone sniffling from crying. This movie did such a fantastic job of connecting to people’s emotions.

Overall, I would recommend that anyone, Marvel fan or not, should go and see Avengers: Endgame. I think, by far, this movie is one of my favorite movies of all time. It is totally worth sitting in a theater for three hours and fifteen minutes.