The end is finally here.
"Avengers: Endgame" had its world premiere on Monday night at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Reactions from fans, journalists and critics in social media are already pouring in.
The reaction has been almost entirely positive so far, with several commentators warning the fans of the emotional elements of the film.
Brandon Davis wrote that he "cried so hard" during the movie, calling it the "perfect highlight of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe."
Joel Meares, Editor-in-Chief of Rotten Tomatoes, just kept it simple: "The fans will go APES."
Erik Davis, editor-in-chief of Fandango, tweeted that the film "is a true highlight of 22 films that not only completes the story but expands it."
Slash Film's Peter Sciretta called the movie "the most emotional, epic MCU film" and "a tribute to ten years of this universe".
Movie Trivia Shmoedown creator Kristian Harloff wrote that the movie was an "absolute emotional roller coaster ride".
Wrap executive film reporter Beatric Verhoeven has tweeted that she "cried a lot" and that "all the theorizing did not prepare you for it."
Dennis Tzeng from Collider Video called "Endgame" an "achievement in blockbuster filmmaking" and praised it for "keeping the whole effort high".
"I was not prepared for the many emotions #Endgame came through, from utter desperation to pure elation," wrote Dave Itzkoff of NYT.
Matt Donnelly of Variety praised the film's "incredible ingenuity and commitment".
Ramin Setoodeh of Variety has tweeted that "there is no dry eye in the house."
This post will be updated as further reactions occur