Release date : April 26, 2019
Starring : Chris Evans,Robert Downey Jr,Chris Hemsworth, Brie Larson, Josh Brolin, Scarlett Johansson, Benedict Wong
Director : Anthony Russo and Joe Russo
Producers : Kevin Feige and Stan lee
Music Director : Alan Silvestri
Cinematographer : Trent Opaloch
Editor : Jeffrey Ford
Avengers: End Game finally hit the big screens across the world today. The film witnessed an unprecedented craze at the Indian box office and is expected to shatter many pre-existing records in its full run.
Read on to see whether the film matches the humongous expectations laid upon it by followers of the Avengers franchise and common audience.
Avengers get to know that there is a way to revert Thanos’s mass destruction. However, they will have to put their own lives on the line, along with those of millions of others in order to restore sanity.
As if this wasn’t enough, Thanos returns to planet Earth and lays another massive challenge to the Avengers. Will the saviors of the planet emerge victorious this time around? What are the consequences that they will have to face? Watch the film on big screens to know the answer.
The lead cast, which includes the likes of Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, and Brie Larson put in their best efforts for this action entertainer.
The majority of the screenplay is filled with emotions that affect the lives of the lead cast, and they have been portrayed brilliantly by everyone involved.
The director duo Anthony Russo and Joe Russo pen an emotionally rich script, and they succeed in extracting the same from the actors. However, their screenplay in the first half could have been slightly better.
The graphics are well and truly magnificent. Background score is slick and so were the camera works.
The production values, as expected, are very good. The CGI output is definitely one of the finest in recent times.
Avengers:End Game is a befitting finale to a franchise, which has witnessed tremendous craze and following in the recent past. The narrative could have been better in the first half, but the directors make up for it in a fast-paced second half. The last one hour is the real soul of the film.