To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness.
This product was advertised as Blu-ray, DVD and digital code. The DVD was not included. The DVD was replaced with a Blu-ray disc of bonus features. I'm not use to items, I purchase through Amazon, being falsely advertised. Accuracy is important!
The 5 star is mostly for the overall presentation as this movie looks amazing in 4K and HDR; it’s almost incredible what is possible today. The movie itself, although good, is way too long and contains a lot of boring sections, lots of talk and, every 5 minutes, there is a scene that wants to make you cry; the final battle towards the end is just ridiculous (won’t say more in case it would be a spoiler); it reminded me of the battles in Lord of the Rings that go on and on and on and on… Be also be warned that, in order to understand most of what is going on, you need to know a little bit about the Marvel Universe and have, at least, seen the two Avenger movies before this one (Age of Ultron and Infinity War).
Following the tragedies of Infinity War, the remaining Avengers band together in an attempt to thwart Thanos and restore the lost souls of the galaxy. The story moves along in explosive action as the heroes face the past, the unknown and the finality of death. Brotherhood, love and loss all figure prominently in the story as time travel forces them to confront past events to ensure the future for all. Kudos to Stan Lee and the Marvel team for masterfully tying all the individual stories together. If you've enjoyed any of the other superhero movies, you're going to love this final chapter in the Avengers series.
Loyal Marvel fans will love this movie which pulls off a remarkable feat of giving closure to all the major characters that over 22 movies have made up this universe. The highlight of the movie for me is Chris Hemsworth who will have you rolling in the aisles with his portrayal of Thor who has fallen by the wayside since the end of Infinity War. If you are not a Marvel fan you will find Endgame a little confusing and I would suggest watching Infinity War before watching Endgame. My reason for only a 4 star rating is that it is a little too long (action scenes could be cut back) and the endings never seem to stop and the final scene is not my favourite.
It is really well done considering the scope of the whole MCU. It is a lot better than Black Panther that scored a nomination for Best Picture at the oscars, so this will get one too. The heroes who are gone will be missed. There will never be another first fleshing out of the Avengers, this series of movies is something special. A chapter movie, a grandiose finish.
I gave it 4 stars after first viewing, but then had to watch it again a few days in a row. Not obliged, felt the urge to. The last scene is perfect.
Closure, and yet the seeds planted for phase 4 are very promising.
Fantastic! The past 2 instalments, were like a two parter, Wish came in a DVD/Blu Ray combo, but, ACTUALLY a fan of other types of 'super hero' genre's, the past 3(Avengers) were great, I think need to watch the 1st one again, remember (I) that Robert D JR, it was a real changer in his characters life, But End Game, actually,... I was weary Also Avengers 3, but 4(Avengers movie, ENDGAME) so may HUGE actors, I thought, hmm, May be good, nope GREAT movie for end of a 'quad' movie set up GREAT! ....scene 1 until VERY end of credits!
And yet there were still scenes cut out from the movie! This is a length movie clocking in at just over 3 hours [luckily when you buy the item, you can pause it - unlike a movie theater]. Personally I would of preferred a shorter movie at say 150 minutes or so. They could of released in the package or separately the full version. For me the problem is way too much fluff. The regular Blu-ray includes the previously mentioned deleted scenes, a gag reel [no surprise there], a tribute to Stan Lee and other featurettes.
There are a lot of haters out there that talk smack about this movie, but those people also think Kid Rock is a musical genius and that you can put ketchup on steak. I've been a Marvel fan for years, back when Kazaar and Obnoxio the Clown were a thing, before ROM was even introduced and this movie is a perfect end to a near perfect run of MCU movies. Even the worst MCU movie is still rewatchable and fun in some way. So, put aside the expectation of some indie arthouse film, and just enjoy the spectacle.
Very disapointed that i was expecting the digital code to actually work but it is specefied on the provided website that the digital service is not provided for QUEBEC, wich is not specefied anywhere that we cannot claim the digital version of the movie. I ordered it because i was expecting to watch the digital version while waiting to buy a bluray freader for my computer, but nooope, cant see this movie i purchased.
It's being sold as a Blu-Ray + DVD Combo yet only the Blu-Ray was given. Either way, this movie is overrated...In my opinion, Infinity War was a better movie even though the ending was disappointing. Also, the only good scene here is the Battle against Thanos. The rest was just a got mess...
This is a terrific movie, full of action, humour and touching moments. It was a feast for the senses when I saw in theatre and is a welcome addition to my collection. About the only complaint I have is that it doesn't have more 'goodies' or extras. The out-takes and 'goofs' are funny but relatively short. There are bits on Ironman, Captain America, Thor and Blackwidow but I was hoping for far more what with this being the final of the current Marvel Cinematic Universe. Beyond these trifles, you won't regret buying this movie, especially if you've collected the previous iterations of the Avengers movies, and one or more of the complimentary series of movies (I have the three Captain America movies) that build towards this satisfying, but also melancholy conclusion (I truly wished they could have made more of these with the same actors). Oh well, as Tony Stark says 'part of the journey is the end' and it ends for many characters here - not that they all die, just that their character arcs have concluded, at least as far as the MCU goes.