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Avengers – Endgame (2019)Hindi Dubbed

Avengers – Endgame (2019)Hindi Dubbed

Avengers – Endgame (2019)Hindi Dubbed

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Director Hindilinks4u:Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
Producer: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
Genre :Adventure, Drama

Music:Anthony Russo, Joe Russo

Cast :Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Don Cheadle, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett
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Avengers: Endgame is finally movie in theaters around the world. Marvel’s new film is on track for an all-time record-breaking opening in the US, despite its long runtime of three hours and one minute. That was demonstrated with its Thursday night preview in the US, when it reportedly grossed $60 million at the box office, breaking the previous US record set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($57 million). But is it any good? Read on for our review. For an in-depth discussion of the film, watch GameSpot’s spoiler-filled Avengers: Endgame video review.

Whether you’ve already seen the movie or still planning to do so, we’ve got lots more for you to check out. We’ve rounded up Endgame’s many Easter eggs and references, and we have a look ahead at the upcoming Phase 4 of the MCU, which we’re getting a better sense of now that we’ve seen the movie. And if you’re worried about making it through the whole three hours without a trip to the bathroom, we have some advice on when to pee during Endgame–this is very important, as there’s a lot you can potentially miss if you go at the wrong time. We’ve also got the rundown on what to expect (or not) from the credits and the new Fortnite crossover event in Epic’s battle royale game.

How do you wrap up a movie as big as Infinity War–hell, a franchise as expansive as the Marvel Cinematic Universe? How do you tie up the loose ends, close the time loops, and fulfill the character arcs of almost two dozen movies and over a decade of storytelling? According to co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo, they knew what they were getting themselves into with this whole thing–they wanted this ultimate conflict to be so complex and desperate that they’d be challenged to envision a way forward. And they definitely created that challenge.

The question now is whether that challenge paid off. And the answer, like the challenge itself, is complicated.

Avengers: Endgame absolutely works as a blockbuster movie experience. If you’re at all invested in the plight the remaining Avengers face after the events leading up to and including Infinity War, you will feel satisfied with this movie. The much-discussed three-hour runtime is no joke, but almost every minute of it is used well, barring some extended gag scenes that probably could have been left for the Blu-ray. Endgame manages to tie the entire MCU up with a beautiful, emotional, gut-wrenching, hopeful conclusion, which is an undeniable achievement.

But it also frequently loses the thread, especially as the remaining Avengers break into distinct teams and embark on their own separate missions in an extremely complex series of plots and sub-plots to defeat Thanos once and for all. Part of the problem is that simply defeating him isn’t enough–understandably, they want to undo what he did, as well. And their methods for doing so create infinite potential for plot holes, hand-waving, and rules that seem to get established in one scene and broken in the next. In other words, the Russos and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely wrote themselves into a corner, and writing themselves out of it became maybe more complex than any movie–even one that’s three hours long–could have possibly supported.

The clips that have been released leading up to Endgame’s release take place almost entirely within the first few scenes of the movie. Eventually, the Avengers split and head off in very different directions, and the teams that form aren’t the most obvious pairings. A huge chunk of the movie–most of the middle, in fact–feels itself like a bizarro take on the original Avengers formula, one where cosmic Marvel intercepted with Earth Marvel much earlier, where Don Cheadle and a daughter of Thanos team up and blast off into space together.

It’s so fun. There are a ton of twists and turns, and at every stage Endgame will turn your expectations upside-down. Characters you thought would live will die, and characters you never expected to see again will reappear where and when you least anticipate it. This really is the movie where everything from the MCU comes together all at once–Infinity War felt stuffed to the brim at times, but it has absolutely nothing on the bursting mess that is Endgame. Even diehard MCU fans will struggle to recognize every random side character who makes a cameo, every one-liner that’s actually a callback to a callback from a movie from years ago, and every other reference that seems familiar but you just can’t quite place it because, come on, there are more than 20 of these movies and it’s been a decade.

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