Reasons why you cannot miss Avengers: Endgame


Well the biggest blockbuster of the year 2019 is running in the cinemas and it earns $160 billion in the world. That is too amazing amount of money the film earn. So, how this film earned so much amount of the money. Here are some of the reasons why you cannot miss Avengers: Endgame. Avengers: Endgame is finally here! After a decade of wait, the movie that ties up the entire Infinity Gauntlet arc for the MCU has arrived.

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Now the remaining Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and their new BFF Captain Marvel must join forces with whatever and whomever they have at their disposal to right Thanos’ wrongs. The question that stands now is that does it live up to the hype? Does it manage to be a fitting end to ten years of storytelling and is it a fitting farewell to our favorite superhero squad?

Reasons why you cannot miss Avengers: Endgame

As is it the last series of the Avengers movies, coming to the film and talking about the reason, If Tony Stark was at the front position of the action in the previous installments of the film, then Endgame, in many ways, is Captain America’s time to shine.

Although the rest of the Avengers, including the news additions to the team, get a decent screen time, the heart and soul of this movie belongs to Chris Evans, who takes Captain America’s character and knocks it out of the park.

On the other hand, in the last 8 years, Captain America has grown a lot more into the character which is pretty evident in Endgame as he manages to hit every note right. Even though his character is not known for its humor, simply says, Evans owns Endgame. He’s the glue that holds the movie together and if he were a slightest bit off his game, Endgame simply would not have worked.

Normally, in movies some scenes seem forced just because they might please the audience and don’t add to the story in anyway. But, even though Avengers: Endgame is filled with moments that fans would love to see, but, and this is the important part, it all works. They all naturally weave in the storyline that’s been building up since a decade.