A bittersweet ending revealed too soon

Editor calls out spoilers of 'Avengers: Endgame' on social media

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A bittersweet ending revealed too soon

'Avengers: Endgame' was released to theaters on April 26.

'Avengers: Endgame' was released to theaters on April 26.

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'Avengers: Endgame' was released to theaters on April 26.

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'Avengers: Endgame' was released to theaters on April 26.

Laney Rendon, Editor-in-Chief

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The idea to write this review with an added twist came from Twitter. Every few posts, I came across one post particularly exposing any lore derived from “Avengers: Endgame.” And then two days after a three-hour cry fest that was opening night of the fourth Avengers movie, ‘Game of Thrones‘ came on. My twitter feed, again, revealed all twists and plot holes.

I might be one of those teens who just double-click out of an app only to log back in, but constantly refreshing only to see the same three scenes from the iconic movie got old quick. 

It’s gotten to the point where a few of my friends and I have had to mute the inconsiderate ones who reveal big twists with no remorse.

So, yes, I’m here to talk about how this movie was great and left us Marvel fans exiting the theater with triumph. However, I’d like to remind some that revealing any shocking scenes is beyond uncalled for and can ruin a film’s success.

Receiving 95 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, pushing “Avatar” out of the way for highest grossing film and forcing the guys I go to school with, claiming to be grown men, to cry, I give this film a 9/10.

I’m sure you readers already know the big moments, the big deaths, the big revivals. Out of respect of those who DON’T like having their new pick for movie night be spoiled, I will leave out whatever I felt was big.

But, as a true fan and with my favorite being the one and only adorable Peter Parker, I must say, it’s a bittersweet ending. You’ll love it – maybe. 

My nephew, a 3- year-old, could even sit through the entire three hours because, as I said, it’s a great film. If he can, I’m sure anyone who even somewhat tolerates superheroes will be able to find enjoyment in watching this movie.

Action packed, emotional, victorious and even if for some, spoiled, this movie is definitely for everyone. 

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