Marvel fans who doubted if Avengers: Endgame will satisfy their expectation can relax. Furthermore, the film is amongst the best in the whole series, as per a significant number of the early critic reviews.
The film, which is formally released on Friday, right now holds a shocking 97% rating on the review collecting site Rotten Tomatoes.
“Exciting, entertaining, and emotionally impactful,” the website summarized. “Avengers: Endgame does whatever it takes to deliver a satisfying finale to Marvel’s epic Infinity Saga.”
A standout amongst the most stirring reviews came from the Guardian, which gave Avengers a five-star rating.
“I have to admit,” wrote critic Peter Bradshaw, “in all its surreal grandiosity, in all its delirious absurdity, there is a huge sugar rush of excitement in Avengers to this mighty finale, finally interchanging with euphoric emotion and allowing us to say poignant farewells.”
Related Press commentator Jack Coyle was a touch less energized, yet at the same time gave it 3/4.
He called Avengers Endgame “generous in humor, spirit and sentimentality” and declared it (with, perhaps, a light spoiler!) “a surprisingly full feast of blockbuster-making that, through some time-traveling magic, looks back nostalgically at Marvel’s decade of world domination.”
“It’s a story that honors 21 other movies, a dozen characters. Avengers tries to honestly finish most of their stories,” McFeely told BuzzFeed News. “…It was a big undertaking. And I think once people see it, they’ll hopefully have an understanding of what it took and whether or not we hit the mark.”
Numerous commentators unquestionably assume they did know about Avengers.
“Oh, what a going-away party these old friends have thrown for themselves,” Washington Post critic Michael O’Sullivan declared.