Avengers: Endgame Plot Holes and Spoilers

Justin Lockhart, Managing Editors


Now that I have given my warning I have a few things to say about the much-anticipated movie.

While I thought it was very funny and action-packed, I have a few things to say about all of the plot holes in the movie.

Many of the things I am about to discuss to not happen until the end.

However, I think that they are quite large holes that should be addressed.

First is the fact that Captain America is not only able to use Thor’s hammer but is able to control lightning in the final battle scene as well.

I get that Captain America is worthy to wield the hammer, but that doesn’t make him the god of thunder.

I don’t think it should have been possible for that to happen. Then against with Captain America, the cells in his body are constantly regenerating, which is why he is unable to get drunk, or age.

However, at the end of the movie, he is shown as being quite old. I’m not sure if this is because he stopped himself from being Captain America altogether, in which case he would’ve started a new timeline and not ended up in the same place at the end of the movie, or because he was somehow able to find a way to stop his superpowers.

Then there’s the issue with how Thanos was able to bring not only himself, but his entire army into the future when there was only one capsule left to bring a single person into the future.

This is never explained and kind of irritated me to see.

Maybe I just wasn’t paying close enough attention or maybe I just don’t understand this version of time travel, but I doubt Thanos would be able to transport that huge military force using a device that was only meant for one person, without the use of all the infinity stones.

Despite these plot holes, I thought the three hours was a great experience and you should definitely go see it if you haven’t already.

The first couple of hours did not seem to contain any major plot holes, ones that I could find anyway.