Go see ENDGAME ASAP

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{image via Disney}

My husband and I saw Avengers: Endgame Friday. We don’t usually see movies on opening day. We usually wait a week or two to hear some word-of-mouth reviews, but we wanted to see who would be saved and how, and who would be lost and how and why. We also wanted to avoid spoilers with this movie, which can be difficult on Facebook.

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Chris Evans as Captain America {image via Marvel}

If you wish to avoid spoilers, go see Avengers: Endgame as soon as possible, because everyone will be talking about this.

It’s long, three hours, one minute, but it keeps your attention enough that it doesn’t’ feel long while you’re watching it.

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Rocket Raccoon, voiced by Bradley Cooper {image via Marvel}

Nearly every favorite character (heroes, villains, sidekicks and supporting character) from the MCU makes an appearance. There were three characters I would’ve loved to have seen whom I didn’t notice. Sorry I can’t tell you who: this is a spoiler-free review.

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Brie Larson as Captain Marvel {image via Marvel}

The movie is PG-13 for violence and profanity. Language: Cap! Nothing worse than what you would see or hear at the average junior high these days.

If you’re old enough to remember Disneyland in the days of tickets, this is a real E ticket ride. This is not a good movie to begin the MCU with. I don’t recommend watching it unless you’ve seen the other 21 movies in the MCU franchise and the Agent Carter TV show. However, if you’re already a fan of the MCU, I predict you’ll enjoy Avengers: Endgame.

Science fiction/fantasy author Rebecca McFarland Kyle said “Endgame was worth full price and I would go see it again.” In this economy, that’s high praise.

The comments section below is waiting for you. No spoilers, please.

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