Avengers: Endgame After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, the universe is in ruins due to the efforts of the Mad Titan, Thanos.
With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers must assemble once more in order to undo Thanos’ actions and restore order to the universe once and for all, no matter what consequences may be in store.
The latest film in the Marvel superhero saga couldn’t be more popular among fans of all ages. Find out what kind of content your children will find if they are going to see it.
Avengers Endgame, the end of the story of some of the favorite superheroes of children and teenagers like Iron Man,
Thor, Hulk and Captain Marvel is a blockbuster.
Find out what you have to take into account to decide if this movie is appropriate for your children or if it has too much violent content that may be too intense for them.
Avengers: Endgame begins after Thanos uses the Infinite Stones in Avengers: Infinity War, which causes the disappearance of half the population of the universe.
Those who remain alive are desperate to do something to recover their loved ones and with the reappearance of Scott Lang,
also known as Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), hope comes.
He believes there could be a way to reverse Thanos’s death blow.
It takes some time to get the team together and some of its members have changed dramatically,
but in the end, Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.),
Thor (Chris Hemsworth),
Captain America (Chris Evans),
Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson),
Hulk ( Mark Ruffalo),
Rocket (Bradley Cooper),
Nebula (Karen Gillan),
Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner)
and Ant-Man team up for a final life or death mission against Thanos (Josh Brolin) to save the universe.
For Common Sense, the minimum age to see Avengers: Endgame is thirteen.
This age recommendation serves as a guide, but nobody knows your child better than you. You know how mature it is and if you think it is ready for the content of this movie.
How good is Avengers Endgame?
Common Sense gave it five out of five stars and our seal of approval as a movie worth seeing as a family for being a touching and powerful end of the Marvel saga.
This film by the Russo brothers lives up to expectations: it is an exciting conclusion and an exploration of the feelings related to loss, love, duty, honor, friendship and family.
There are so many things included in the three hours of Avengers: Endgame that it can sometimes be overwhelming. In visual terms,
its aesthetics will inspire other films in the future.
It also has unexpected twists and comic moments, as well as more serious scenes and themes.
Comic-style action violence is frequent and intense.
Some characters are killed and seriously injured.
The spectators will see dismemberment, decapitations, stabbings, crushing, shooting, asphyxiation, extremely destructive explosions and persecutions by terrifying monsters. Spoiler Alert (do not read if you do not want to know what happens in the movie):
a couple of loved characters die to save the universe, and a couple of characters who died earlier do not come back to life.
Thor drinks a lot of alcohol as self-medication. It is often seen looking for beer, liquor and / or wine, and bottles and barrels are shown.
Families can talk about violence in Avengers: Endgame.
Is it realistic? Do you have a purpose?
Is there a difference in the impact of melee fights and weapons of mass destruction?
Can a single death be the same or even more disturbing than the death of many?
What are the messages of the film about teamwork, courage and perseverance?
Why are these important values?
This movie is about pain, loss and trauma. How does each character handle pain?
Which ones treat trauma in a healthy way and which don’t? What motivates everyone to improve?
Why is it important for superheroes to be diverse?
Has that changed with the history of cinema?
What other types of representation would you like to see in these movies?
What will you miss most about these Avengers?
Do you think Marvel offers examples of racial and gender diversity?
What characters did you like best in this installment? Which characters surprised you the most? What Marvel-based stories do you expect them to keep doing?