We can all agree that "Avengers: Endgame" has definitely given us a conclusion to the 10-year MCU journey that was not disappointing. Now with "Endgame" in theaters, it has broken box office records and stolen fan's hearts. MCU fans say the movie is great, but they are bitter over one story decision.

If you are one of the few to have not seen "Avengers: Endgame" in theaters, you should read a different story as this article reveals some major spoilers. "Endgame" is a perfect film, despite its minor flaws. It's definitely a cinematic perfection.

I wish some events had gone a different way. Overall, everything happened the way it was destined to. This 10-year journey has been an amazing ride, even with the witnessing of the movie's main death. "Endgame" closes out an era of MCU and the original Avengers, that will forever be remembered and cherished. We will also remember Stan Lee who made this all possible, as he passed away and no longer appear in future films.

Iron Man got me interested in this amazing MCU cinematic journey

Iron Man is the superhero who drew me into this incredible cinematic adventure. Despite it leaving me in tears, I accept the death of Tony Stark. Since his passing, I have been feeling a range of emotions. marvel did a spectacular job at paying their respects to Tony Stark and giving him an honorable exit.

Marvel also decided to skip on the post-credit scenes.

My issue with "Avengers: Endgame" comes before this scene. If you have seen this movie, you know the scene I have concerns with. Yes, the Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow's untimely death. "Endgame" was all about the original Avengers (Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, Bruce Banner, Thor, Clint Barton, and Natasha Romanoff).

The focus was on them, their experiences and their final exit from the franchise.

Avenger characters share emotional moments

Thor ends up having an emotional conversation with his mother. Dr. Bruce Banner says he found a way to get the best of both worlds as Hulk and Bruce. Steve Rogers ends his journey finding a way to get a life and marry Peggy Carter.

Tony gets to have a special moment with his dad, Howard. Tony's death comes as he knows that they defeated Thanos, Peter Parker, and the others are back, Pepper and Morgan will all be okay.

Natasha lacked the opportunity to have a graceful exit from the series. She ends up going out by accepting death, so the Avengers could secure the Soul Stone and do not get to see the defeat of Thanos and the return of her friends. As the only female original Avengers member, Nat deserved the ability to have a part in the final battle. In a three hour film, she only appeared for 33 minutes.

In the popular scene that brought together all the female heroes, it was cool while also sad and disappointing. Natasha deserved to be in the group. She should have been the leader of that group. Black Widow is the unsung leader of the MCU.