This little piece may come a little late. Avengers: Endgame is close to the end of its box office run, the fans have cried, the hype has run its course, and we're finally saying goodbye to the 11 year run of the first magnificent chapter of the MCU. It will roar on in our hearts for the rest of our lives, and I will forever be grateful for something I didn't deserve.
Endgame, a movie that Marvel fans have been waiting for since the inception of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the release of Marvel's Iron Man, isn't any other passable film with a generally entertaining storyline and mediocre acting. This is an event, an event of mass proportions that we as human beings have been waiting for, for the majority of our lives, and I can safely say that in its massive 3-hour runtime, it does not disappoint.
This is an object you've probably seen before, maybe as a desk toy or at an institute—whatever, the point is you've seen it. Five metal spheres in a straight line that hang from thin metal wires, it is known as Newton's Cradle and is perhaps one of the greatest objects to display the laws of physics.
Okay, Let's see, Ant Man and The Wasp, the dynamic duo of Marvel Comics has finally been brought to the big screen. Its prequel, which was filled with loads of seriousness balanced with witty humour and human jukebox-ness was, in my very useless opinion, the most hilarious superhero film apart from Marvel's, Thor: Ragnarok. Well, to put it simply, Ant Man and The Wasp definitely lives up to the original humour and overall uniqueness of its predecessor.
The backstory to our beloved pilot Han Solo finally arrives. The film definitely isn't the best Star Wars film by a very large boundary but it proves to be a worthy backstory to our beloved character, fitting into Han Solo's nature like a glove. So without further ado, let us get into the review.