What Rotten Tomatoes Reviews Are Saying About Endgame
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Over a decade of Marvel movie magic, 21 films in the MCU, dozens of Easter eggs, and hundreds of minutes of action and emotion — it has all led up to this moment: the release of Avengers: Endgame.
Ahead of Endgame's theatrical debut, reviews for the superhero ensemble started hitting the internet. Critics near and far raced to let their thoughts about Endgame be heard — and you'll want to lend them your ear. Here's what the critics on Rotten Tomatoes are saying about Avengers: Endgame.
Don't worry: you're entering a spoiler-free zone!
There's a lot riding on Avengers: Endgame to be a worthy successor to Avengers: Infinity War and a capstone to three phases of the MCU so far. Thankfully, Endgame seems to have doubly succeeded. Critics say it pays off everything within itself and much that preceded it: risks of past movies, bets the heroes make here, the lengthy run time, the stakes and storylines, the plot we won't spoil — everything.
Mashable's Angie Han wrote:
"The bet pays off. The story feels more organic this time, the emotions more earned, and the interpersonal dynamics richer and more lived-in."
Den of Geek called the film "a totally triumphant payoff," while Susana Polo of Polygon said "there's nothing Endgame sets up that it doesn't pay off."
Said David Sims of The Atlantic:
"The film earns its length not by overstuffing the frame with opulent action, but by slowing things down and basking in the charisma of its ensemble. [...] Thanos's demand for a dramatic ending in Infinity War pays off here in all the right ways."
Russ Fischer at Birth.Movies.Death. agreed: "Rather than closing things down, Endgame opens everything up. This is a genre film with layers of overlapping Big Ideas, character conflicts that could be flat-out ridiculous if handled with less skill, and deep in-jokes featuring dozens of costumed characters […] Ultimately, Endgame is an entire movie of payoffs. It plays off and completes thoughts begun in Age of Ultron and Civil War, and even in comics."
If you thought Avengers: Infinity War was heartbreaking, you apparently have a big storm coming with Avengers: Endgame. Critics are advising fans to pack some hankies and wear waterproof mascara when they head out to see the film, as it's packed with tear-jerking emotions of all sorts. Hey, it even reportedly made Captain America himself, Chris Evans, cry six times. Keep watching the video to see What Rotten Tomatoes reviews are saying about Endgame!
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It all pays off | 0:31
Emotions run high | 1:53
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Some say it's flawed | 4:15
Everything you could've wanted...and more | 5:26
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