We won't be able to post our own review until 10PM tonight, but our American colleagues were able to post their reactions last night at the world premiere of 'Avengers: Endgame' in Hollywood.
As you'd expect, the reactions all seem pretty ecstatic - but a number of them also point out that the movie is something of an emotional rollercoaster.
At least two of the social media reactions we've seen pointed out that there wasn't a dry eye in the house by the end.
Thankfully, we haven't found any spoilers online on Twitter so far, so enjoy these tweets below knowing the experience hasn't been ruined. As mentioned, we'll be posting our own review at 10PM tonight across Facebook and Twitter, and we'll be dissecting it in full on this week's episode of The Filum Show.
'Avengers: Endgame' is released across Ireland on April 25th.
Peter Sciretta - /Film
Imagine the best possible version of #AvengersEndgame and somehow the film still surpasses all expectations. I cried 5-6 times. It’s the most emotional, most epic, MCU film. A tribute to ten years of this universe and holy shit the great fan service in this movie. Soooo good.
— /Film (@slashfilm) April 23, 2019
Matt Donelly - Variety
Incredible ingenuity and commitment. Marvel and Disney can and should be proud of this moment. #AvengersEndgame
— Matt Donnelly (@MattDonnelly) April 23, 2019
Aaron Couch - The Hollywood Reporter
Chris Evans’ review of #AvengersEndgame: “I cried like six times.”
— Aaron Couch (@AaronCouch) April 23, 2019
Brandon Davis - ComicBook.com
While watching #AvengersEndgame, I laughed so loud, I clapped with so much force, and I cried so hard. The movie exceeds every expectation and is the perfect culmination of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.
— BD (@BrandonDavisBD) April 23, 2019
Kristian Harloff - Collider
Man #AvengersEndgame kicked my ass. It was an epic conclusion to 11 years of films. It had laughs, incredible action and absolute emotional rollercoaster. It was the series finale for these cast of characters that I had been hoping for. Congrats to all for pulling off the feat.
— Kristian Harloff (@KristianHarloff) April 23, 2019
Erik Davis - Fandango
Do not go in expecting Infinity War part two. The two films are so different, yet compliment each other in all the best ways. In terms of which MCU movie to watch beforehand... honestly, all of them. What an experience - what an accomplishment#AvengersEndgame
— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) April 23, 2019
Dave Itzkoff - The New York Times
I was not prepared for the range of emotions that #Endgame put me through, from utter despair to pure elation. I laughed, I cried, I wished Tony Stark was my dad.
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) April 23, 2019