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Avengers Endgame [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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|Contributor||Anthony Russo, Robert Downey Jr., Joe Russo, Chris Evans|
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The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios' grand conclusion to twenty-two films, "Avengers: Endgame."
Adrift in space with no food or water, Tony Stark sends a message to Pepper Potts as his oxygen supply starts to dwindle. Meanwhile, the remaining Avengers -- Thor, Black Widow, Captain America and Bruce Banner -- must figure out a way to bring back their vanquished allies for an epic showdown with Thanos -- the evil demigod who decimated the planet and the universe.
- Package Dimensions : 6.73 x 5.35 x 0.63 inches; 3.53 Ounces
- Item model number : BUY0302001
- Director : Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
- Media Format : Blu-ray
- Actors : Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans
- Subtitles: : German, Dutch
- Language : Unknown (Dolby Surround)
- Studio : Walt Disney
- ASIN : B07NNM8C4J
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,337 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
- #330 in Action & Adventure Blu-ray Discs
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Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2019
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The initial mood is one of sorrow and remorse. Stark for example, talks about “losing the kid” aka Tony Parker-Spider Man (Tom Holland). There are support groups for people to talk about their losses, which features a cameo by Joe Russo, one of the co-directors. Clint Burton (Jeremy Renner) was even turned into a killer as a result. Everyone was completely devastated by Thanos.
Sacrifice is then introduced when Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) returns from the Qauntum Realm and tells the Avengers that time operates differently there. If they could manipulate the realm, they might be able to go back in time and reverse Thanos’ act. Different characters then have to give up something to carry out this task. Tony Stark for instance, has to leave not only his wife Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), but his young daughter as well. One of the team has to sacrifice themselves to attain one of the Infinity Stones. Others pay in different ways.
Going to the past also allowed Marvel to pay homage to its previous movies since this marked the end of that whole first generation. The first place visited is New York City when the Avengers were formed and fought off Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and the Chitauri. There, Banner runs into the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), and Stark and Captain America (Chris Evans) come across a bunch of Hydra agents working inside SHIELD that were seen during Captain America Winter Soldier including Alexander Pierce (Robert Redford). Then Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Rocket (Bradley Cooper) go to Asgard during Thor: The Dark World where the Thunder God gets to reconnect with his mother Frigga (Rene Russo) James Rhodes (Don Cheadle) and Nebula (Karen Gillan) visit Morag from the first Guardians of the Galaxy, while Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) and Barton go to Vormir seen in Infinity War. There’s even one extra flashback where Stark gets to meet his father (John Slattery) and Cap sees Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), which is some foreshadowing.
The film is still able to throw some laughs in despite the general feeling of loss. Scott Lang for example, says they should be able to travel through time as long as they don’t break the rules, which come from Back to the Future. Then when they experiment Scott gets transformed into a pre-teen, an old man, and then a baby. Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) declares that a win. What really steals the show however is the depressed Thor. That is one of the funniest things I’ve seen. There’s a great line where Stark says Thor reminds him of Jeff Bridges from the Big Lebowski. It turns out Thor has some problems with players on Fornite as well that’s worth some laughs.
Of course, there’s a big giant battle at the end that has some fantastic parts such as a whole army coming to the rescue to back up the Avengers against Thano’s forces. All the female heroes forming up to push through the bad guys, and a great exchange between Cap and Thor.
Really, every Marvel movie up to this point was leading up to Endgame and it delivered.
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The Reds in 3D copy was too strong. Wanda's red effects were too glaring red. Captain America suit had a purplish tint.
The realistic effect was you can see the sheen or sweat better which made the characters look more real.
As far as anything popping out of the screen, none.
I felt the sound was quiet to a certian extend.
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Ye gods. Not one person in this film looks real. Shiny, yes. Cue potent grumbly music of great import. Wait! They might die! Ooo no. Let's drag out the dreary pre-battle amble for over 2hours, then spend 20 minutes smashing computer generated nothings and resting on a human face with an expression for, oooo, let's say half a millisecond.
About as near to cinema as a bag of dead cheese. As near to acting as a foetic aroma. Absolutely lacking in dramatic drive, attention to audience, context, pretext, past characterisation. Take a cinematic entity and smash into debris. Collect in a dustpan. Wave it into the wind. Neuter the Hulk. Bring in the big guns for ooo, lets say a minute then discard like a wet memory stick covered in money-juice.
Utter mindless drivel. I would compare it to a cheeseburger on the turn with a hint of penicillin but that would be giving it too much dramatic gravitas, too much worth. This is the last 40 minutes of that hugging rubbish that ended Lord of the Rings, twiddled to the max. Each character is given so little time to perform anything constituting realistic bearing, that one can only assume this was all written, executed and performed by a computer simulation. Souless weakminded mind-bile and I am honestly holding back from how godawfully i want to swear to the heavens how pathetic this is.
If i could click my fingers and get my tenner back I would. I'd throw it at a crow. Who at least would find some use for it. What utter nonsensical bilge. Food for crows.
I was angry not because of the fact that this story is the last of this MCU's saga, the story has to end, and I'm not going to cry about that, it was a beautiful 11 years.
I hated the "Brie Larson" role, and the all WOMEN scene in the theater nearly made me walk out. Don't understand me wrong, I have nothing against what they believe in or anyone's opinion, it is just that I am not from the States and I do not care. When I go to watch a movie, I do not care who sleeps with whom, who marries what, or the gender power identity politics enforced into the movies.
I go to watch a movie to have a break from reality, have fun with family and friends, but recently this is turning to dust with the quality released by Hollywood, as if someone snapped their fingers and just killed creativity in Hollywood. My disgust is focused at the fact that the movie had too much forced political narrative and lately Disney is excelling at it.
I was also disappointed at how they turned Hulk and Thor to be complete losers, Hulk mainly, and this hasn't changed.
However, when I re-watched this movie in its UHD version, I was surprised that they shrunk Captain Marvel's scenes (She gets no more than 1 min in the whole movie), they removed the ALL WOMEN SUPERHERO slow motion scene, and shortened her GODMODE fight with Thanos which made it more realistic, and believe it or not, this made the movie much better to my taste.
I still wish, somehow, we got an end scene after Hulk stated that he tried to bring back the black widow, that she would be there, stranded on that planet waiting for someone to pick her up after she got resurrected by the Hulk when he snapped his fingers.
And I wish that somehow, they would have been more faithful to the comics, that it was Iron Man who got Extremis virus not Pepper pots, and that after snapping his fingers, it would have healed him, because in the comics, he gets it not her.
For removing theses scenes, I give it 4 stars.
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For everyone else, who will have all seen it already since it is the highest grossing movie ever. You will have your own opinions, so there's no point in me giving mine.
Instead let's just advise dvd owners what the product is like.
The disc begins with the usual marvel logo sequence when loaded. You can skip it via the next button on the dvd remote.
It has the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English. Hungarian. English audio described.
Subtitles: English. Greek. Hungarian.
And it has no extras at all. But since there haven't been any of those on any of these dvds in quite some time, you shouldn't be surprised about that.
And that is that. That's what they call reviewing the product. Hope it helps.