Outstanding MCU Phase Three finale is loaded with emotion, power, and violence.
Parents should know that Avengers Endgame is the MCU's Phase 3 finale. It packs a serious emotional punch. Beloved characters are killed and the grief is truly felt. However, despite the sad moments, this is still a must-see for any MCU fan. Well, not any fan. Although most kids over the age of 10 can handle anything that the MCU sends their way, sensitive kids may want to wait a little longer. Violence wise, this one is much more intense than the other Marvel movies. Expect brutal violence including stabbings, decapitations, shootings, explosions and a few bloody moments including a brief scene where a man's throat is slit. Swearing is to be expected, and includes s--t, son of a b--ch, ass, damn, hell, etc. There is also some drinking, more so than in most Marvel movies and several scenes involve a drunken Thor. Aside from that, you can also expect some consumerism including Audi, Fortnite, and more. But underneath the iffy content lies one of the MCU's best movies which should be seen by all kids ages 12 and up. My Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of intense violence and action, some bloody images, and language.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking