Beginning at the point Avenger: Infinity War is ending, Avengers: End Game smacks us in the face with the reality of “The Snap” immediately. Over the next intense, time-shifting three hours, we are treated to a rollercoaster of emotions. We are laughing and crying and laughing until we cry.
As one would imagine “The Snap” has left those remaining in shambles and, most importantly, in mourning. The remaining Avengers are all harboring feelings of guilt over their parts in not being able to stop Thanos’ rein of terror.
I’d love to tell you more but the movie is literally one spoiler after another. My suggestion: See it for yourself ASAP!! As always, movies are best viewed on the big screen so take advantage while it’s still in theatres.
A quick word to the wise: There is a VERY tiny, maybe even inconsequential (but knowing Marvel – probably not) end credits ‘moment’. This moment is more about what you hear as the credits end as opposed to what you see.
While there is this ‘moment’, there isn’t a traditional mid- or end-credits scene. No joking. Nothing. Nada.
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PG-13: As with all Marvel movies, this movie features a good amount of violence. There was also markedly more swearing in this movie than any previous Marvel installments.
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It’s no secret, this is the end of the road for some of our favorite Marvel characters. Which character were you most surprised at their outcome?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments or on Twitter using the hashtag #MarvelMovieMarathon.
Marvel Fun Fact
The Powers-That-Be at Marvel Studios/Disney must really trust Robert Downey, Jr. Downey was the ONLY cast member who was allowed to read the entire script. The rest of the cast received redacted pages of the script showing only their lines. Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) also said on The Tonight Show, that she filmed one scene in an empty room even though she was told there would be five other characters in the room in the final cut. They put tape up to show her where the other actors would be standing so she could face the right direction.
If you want to go back to the beginning of our marathon or jump forward, here is the marathon timeline:
Movie 1 – Captain America – The First Avenger
Movie 2 – Captain Marvel
Movie 3 – Iron Man
Movie 4 – The Incredible Hulk
Movie 5 – Iron Man 2
Movie 6 – Thor
Movie 7 – Marvel’s The Avengers
Movie 8 – Iron Man 3
Movie 9 – Thor: The Dark World
Movie 10 – Captain America: Winter Soldier
Movie 11 – Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 1
Movie 12 – Avengers: Age of Ultron
Movie 13 – Ant Man
Movie 14 – Captain America: Civil War
Movie 15 – Doctor Strange
Movie 16 – Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2
Movie 17 – Spider-Man: Homecoming
Movie 18 – Thor: Ragnarok
Movie 19 – Black Panther
Movie 20 – Avengers: Infinity War
Movie 21 – Ant-Man & The Wasp
Movie 22 – Avengers: End Game
Sue Nowicki is an alumna of the 2014/15 Disney Parks Moms Panel. She splits her time between planning her next Walt Disney World vacation and running a travel volleyball club where she fills the roles of secretary, navigator, head cheerleader, treasurer, athletic trainer and team psychologist. You can follow her on Twitter @TeamMom365.