After 22 movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe draws three phases of films to a close in a staggering ode to blockbuster filmmaking. A big component to Avengers: Endgame’s success is its ability to surprise you multiple times. The film’s marketing campaign has been exceptionally well-handled, with trailers and images that have been officially released not giving anything crucial away. It’s exactly how a movie should be marketed. All you need to know is that after the cataclysmic events of Avengers: Infinity War, the remaining heroes band together for one final stand against Thanos (Josh Brolin). With a natural conclusion and an opportunity to launch into a bold new phase of storytelling, Avengers: Endgame is what event cinema should always aim for. It’s engaging, emotionally-driven and takes the time to acknowledge the audience that has placed this franchise at the absolute pinnacle of genre storytelling.
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