Avengers: Endgame - The End of the Road
Well, you've heard it said time and time again - the culmination of 22 films, spanning a decade and untold billions of revenue and budget costs, the most comprehensive mythological database ever presented on screen, an incredible range of world-class talent, and all the rest. Yep, this is the "end of the road" Tony started us on. To reveal anything particular about the plot really kills most of the fun viewers will experience watching this film, so I'm going to be deliberately vague. Basically, the closest thing to a spoiler you've heard coming up to this film (and someone has done an incredible job maintaining a magnificent level of secrecy on Endgame that truely does pay off in a grand way) is the fact that the entire movie a big spoiler. To quote Mister Skywalker: "This is not going to go the way you think!"
It's entirely comparable in my opinion to Infinity War, and anyone who found anything of merit in that instalment will find a similar worth in this one. It's not revealing too much to say that this one's something of a tear-jerker, so prepare for some pretty heavy thematic moments. Language is probably the first concern, which is fairly typical of a Marvel flick - a whole bunch of "sh**", "d*mn", "SOB", "ass", "g*damn", one abuse of Our Lord's name, "p*ssed", etc. All as CSM lists. As expected, Endgame doesn't throw us any curveballs in regards to content eliciting parental concern. Violence is typical - the usual dismemberment and bloodying we're used to from other fight sequences. Probably it's worth taking note that as the tone of this film can be considerably darker than past movies, the violence could be more hard-hitting. In the erotic category, there's nothing to worry about, except as CSM states: Brief kisses/embraces between a few romantic couple."
Enjoy the movie. It's been one crazy ride, and going forward, things will never be the same.