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After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is in ruins due to the efforts of the Mad Titan, Thanos. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers must assemble once more in order to undo Thanos’ actions and restore order to the universe once and for all, no matter what consequences may be in store.
Genre : Action, Science Fiction, Adventure
Studio : Marvel Studios
Runtime : 181 minutes
Casts : Jackson A. Dunn, Jack Champion, Callan Mulvey, Vin Diesel, Michael A. Cook, Bazlo LeClair, Sam Hargrave, Yvette Nicole Brown, Mark Ruffalo, Ross Marquand, Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, Ben Sakamoto, Josh Brolin, Ken Jeong, Mike Lutz, Jeremy Renner, Jacob Batalon, Sean Gunn, Aaron Lazar, Joe Russo, Monique Ganderton, Kerry Condon, Don Cheadle, Patrick Gorman, Lee Moore, Lia Russo, Angela Bassett, Tom Holland, Ameenah Kaplan, Russell Bobbitt, Marisa Tomei, Tessa Thompson, Lexi Rabe, James D’Arcy, Scarlett Johansson, Rene Russo, Terry Notary, Chris Pratt, Ava Russo, Zoe Saldana, Chris Hemsworth, Sebastian Stan, Dave Bautista, Elizabeth Olsen, Michael Douglas, Robert Downey Jr., John Michael Morris, Loen LeClair, Natalie Portman, Brian Schaeffer, Katherine Langford, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jimmy Ray Pickens, Cobie Smulders, Taika Waititi, Linda Cardellini, Danai Gurira, Michael James Shaw, Hye Jin Jang, Jon Favreau, Letitia Wright, Anthony Mackie, Pom Klementieff, Paul Rudd, Michelle Pfeiffer, Benedict Wong, Chris Evans, Evangeline Lilly, Hiroyuki Sanada, Robert Pralgo, Robert Redford, Winston Duke, Olaniyan Thurmon, Frank Grillo, Chadwick Boseman, John Posey, Tom Hiddleston, Bradley Cooper, Stan Lee, Tilda Swinton, Maximiliano Hernández, Cade Woodward, Samuel L. Jackson, Emma Fuhrmann, John Slattery, Ty Simpkins, Jim Starlin, Brent McGee, William Hurt, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Benedict Cumberbatch, Hayley Atwell
Director : Joe Russo, Mark Johnston, Chris Castaldi, Edward Catley, Simon Downes, Anthony Russo
Writer : Jack Kirby, Stephen McFeely, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Jim Starlin, Christopher Markus, Stan Lee
Endgame is hugely ambitious, ridiculous, over-the-top superhero filmmaking and I loved it. And that elusive answer? Well, as it turns out you decide NOT to follow anything – because despite its close connection to Avengers: Infinity War (originally the film was titled Infinity War part 2), the eminently entertaining Endgame is a different sort of movie.
Not completely different, of course – it picks up more or less exactly where the first film left off, features a considerable number of the same actors and has a few key scenes that echo those from the earlier film – but as an artefact, Endgame is a more elaborate and complicated coda to the earlier film.
t achieves this separation partly by refocusing on characters who were either entirely absent or underserved in Infinity War – after his absence was so noted in Infinity War, the very first character we see this time is Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye – and partly thanks to its more episodic storyline, beginning with the Avengers’ attempts to undo the actions of Thanos (Josh Brolin) but then veering off in very strange directions, before tailing together again for one final, CGI budget-stretching clash.
And it’s here that we hit some trouble. As ever, it’s difficult to discuss this film without discussing plot elements some might consider off-limits, and this is definitely a movie best enjoyed without too much prior knowledge.
However, I think it’s fair to say that an encyclopaedic knowledge of Marvel movies will be helpful when watching Endgame, if not absolutely essential.
At the very least, you’ll definitely need to have seen Infinity War, but the first Avengers movie, Guardians of the Galaxy and even Thor: The Dark World have considerable influence on the challenges faced by our heroes this time around, and the emotional beats of the final 45 minutes or so definitely hit harder if you’re familiar with the eleven-year, eleven-franchise build-up.
Sometimes, Endgame hits you over the head with this unique multi-film legacy, stuffing its cast with surprise cameos, callbacks, new takes on old scenes and reminders of what came before, but ultimately it’s hard to begrudge it its tapestry of influence.
What other movie franchise has achieved this TV-like build-up of storytelling, characters and ongoing conflicts? And why shouldn’t they show that off after so many other extended universe franchises have crashed and burned – especially when it’s so entertaining?