The highly anticipated final installment of Marvel Studios superhero story, Avengers: Endgame, has received positive reviews from critics all around.

As of Tuesday afternoon, all but one of 56 Endgame reviews collected by the Rotten Tomatoes website were rated as positive.

CNN said the film delivered a worthy finale.


“The film-makers have sought to reward movie-goers with a spectacle that’s epic in every way,” they wrote.

USA Today said that the film is a hugely satisfying tale that begins with a brutal, emotional gut punch and takes you on quite the trip with the original Avengers crew.

The New York Times said the movie provided the “sense of an ending.”

“We’ve lived with these characters and the actors playing them for more than a decade,” NYT wrote. “For the most part, it’s nice to see them again, and a little sad to say goodbye.”

Endgame concludes a story that has unfolded over 21 previous films since 2007. It picks up where last year’s Avengers: Infinity War left fans hanging when several beloved heroes appeared to turn to dust.

Box office experts say Endgame may break the opening weekend record for ticket sales in the United States and Canada, which now stands at $257.7 million for Infinity War. It is also the highest-grossing franchise of all time.