Three minor quibbles:
1. I'm not on board with Cap going back to the past. Cap is for Sharon.
2. They didn't do the classic, iconic Thanos petrification. It was a bit of a letdown, but I guess there's no need since they never plan on revisiting the character.
3. Maybe some characters didn't get enough spotlight, but whatchagonnado?
These really don't matter much though. Otherwise, this is a masterpiece, imo. It would not bother me if we never got another MCU movie, this one did it all. I've never seen a movie that provoked such extremes of emotion: one minute I was busting a gut, the next I was crying, and sometimes I was doing both, and for more reasons than I thought possible. I don't think simple *action* has ever made me tear up before, but just seeing all of these pieces come together was so glorious.
Superhero movies are now broken. Thanks, Marvel. ♥♥♥ The mic has been dropped, and dare I coin a word: mic-jolnir. Ain't nobody picking that up!
I'm not shocked in what happened to Cap in Endgame, ...20 years from now, And I'm sure Marvel Studios will be around, they could make a new relaunched Captain America movie. For the generation of movie goers and comic fans 20 years from now.
And things will be reset for a new young vibrant and exciting Captain America. New 3 movie adventure (Or TV series), evolving changing character arc, using new FX technology and with new great actors and sets.
And I hope I'll be alive to see all that new Relaunched Captain America series. But for now, the last 12 years of Marvel movies and Comic Books made Captain America a Great Character and an AAAA-plus Mega star and superhero! So, settle down, and live and love.