The Woke review of Avengers: Endgame 5 stars (warning – spoilers)
Gender rights activist Captain Marvel saves Military Industrial Complex philanthropist Tony Stark and domestic abuse survivor Nebula from space and returns them to earth to reunite with the other woke warriors who survived the previous movie.
After eliminating climate change and over population issues, radical environmentalist, solo dad and Mens Rights Activist, Thanos, has retired to a life style block to grow sustainable vegan crops. While he is harvesting, the remaining SJWs arrive and carry out a non-judicial execution when they discover he has destroyed the means for them to use the infinity stones of patriarchy to restore everyone from the organic mulch he turned them into.
5 years later, reformed Nationalist, Steve Rogers, leads a team consisting of Dr David Banner (who has learnt to control his toxic masculine rage), Scott Lang (a micro-micro aggression policer), Thor (a liberal Scandinavian brocialist), Rocket (an animal rights activist and emotional support pet), Hawkeye (a non unionised sole trader archer), Nebula, Stark and fourth wave feminist Natasha Romanoff to travel back in time to steal back the infinity stones of patriarchy to stop Thanos from using them in the first place.
Despite the gender pay gap, Natasha Romanoff sacrifices herself for the emotional management of the group and this sets the scene for a diverse range of collectivist NGOs and progressive allies to join forces to combat Thanos once again.
Black Lives Matter activists in Wakanda join with Tibetan Monk unionists and Asgardian progressives with all the major characters to bring the heteronormative patriarchy of Thanos to an end.
Captain Marvel uses her rage feminism super powers to defeat Thanos and leads an all women inclusive collective to battle an army of 4chan Trolls.
Tony Stark stops mansplaining and sacrifices himself while Steve Rodgers rejects his white cis male privilege in favour of a black Captain America to make America great again.