CinemaCl🎃wn’s review published on Letterboxd:
A crescendo, a celebration, a closure & a culmination of 11 years of investment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Endgame is everything that fans could have asked for, and then some. One of its taglines says, "Nothing can prepare you for the end". And it's true. Oh it's damn true.
A marvellously epic extravaganza that aptly concludes a decade's worth of narrative & world building with a thumping & triumphant finale that amuses, entertains, dazzles & rewards us all with an ending that isn't just fitting & fulfilling but also feels so right that it wouldn't even matter if the studio decides to call it a day and stops making anymore of these.
There is enough fan service in here without suffocating the narrative and there are callbacks to previous entries in ways that are vital to its own plot, not to mention that the entire third act in itself is nothing short of an absolute marvel of blockbuster filmmaking that brings the whole journey both the viewers & these characters embarked on to full circle.
More than living up to its hype and delivering an emotional payoff that's going to be immensely satisfying for most if not all, Avengers: Endgame is the perfect grand finale to a 22-film saga and a memorable conclusion of an unprecedented cinematic universe that won't soon, if ever, find an equal. In short, Marvel Studios' magnum opus marks the end of an era! And what an era it was! Thank you for the roller-coaster ride!