Haha. fat Thor was definitely one of my least favorite things about the movie. Thor’s one of my favorite characters, but I genuinely like him more when played more seriously. Alone in all the cosmos, I actually really didn’t like Ragnarok much at all for precisely that reason. I vastly prefer the first and second Thor movies to it - I hated how everything in Ragnarok was played for a joke. The route they took in Endgame was too similar to that for my tastes. Though I will say the Russos talking about why they went that route of keeping fat Thor even for the final battle made sense and made me like the decision a bit more.
And I’m tired of writing out the spoiler tag, so SPOILERS BELOW:
I’ve seen a few people talk about how Hulk didn’t do anything, but I actually didn’t mind, and think his role was way more important than people are giving him credit for. All Tony did was snap Thanos and a few thousand people out of existence right in front of him and he died immediately after - Banner had to un-snap trillions all across the universe. I think the strain of pulling it off would’ve killed any other Avenger in the process, i.e. I don’t think they could’ve done it at all.
The Hawkeye/Black Widow scene was actually one of my very favorite parts of the movie. I thought it was incredibly well done, especially given how little screentime these characters have had over the course of the MCU. And the music hearkening back to the Gamora moment in Infinity War was
I actually think Gamora walking out of the past was ok. One of the really cool things about how Endgame handled its time travel was that it simultaneously managed to fix things, while still acknowledging the pain of what had happened. Quill’s Gamora is dead, and remains so. All the memories he built with her, the moments they shared, the times they saved one another’s life, all of that is still gone. Whatever happens with new Gamora will be almost with a different person, and her walking out of the past doesn’t change that.
Captain Marvel was one of my few gripes about the movie (I had 3). I actually really liked her standalone movie, but she irked me greatly in Endgame. She was just entirely too smug about everything, and her ridiculous level of power just made it seem like nothing ever challenged her. I’m honestly curious how they’ll handle her in future movies - she was kinda broken in Endgame I thought