'Avengers: Endgame' is one of the most... better films of Marvel's cinematic universe. It propagates enthusiasm, and traps itself into the amusement of the genre's shots. But it is also authentically emotional. When was the last time you saw a superhero care for his family? When was the last time you saw a superhero just running through the garveyard. And, when did you last see such a glorious assembly of marching superheroes? I, for one, recall nothing like 'Avengers: Endgame' which actually existed. It is a captivating force of a film, designed for delight and tears and excitement. There's a rush which you feel throughout its running time. I am going with four stars for 'Endgame'. It's not as thorough as 'Black Panther', not is it as vivid as 'Ragnarok', and it is still the most enjoyable superhero film in any time this year.