Alan Silvestri - Not Good (From "Avengers: Endgame"/Audio Only)

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Music video by Alan Silvestri performing Not Good (From "Avengers: Endgame"/Audio Only). © 2019 Marvel Music, Inc.

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Blake Lewis
This killed me the most. Because unlike Tony she died not knowing the outcome or that it would even work. She sacrificed herself for the chance that it would.
The fact that Clint and Natasha were fighting each other so they could be the one to sacrifice themselves made this scene so much more tragic
Most Hated Infinity Stone Ever = Soul Stone
The Goat
In 'Age of Ultron', Natasha mentioned how being unable to have children really hurt her.

Well, her sacrifice here essentially gave birth to trillions of lives. It's what allowed them to win in the end. She saved the universe.

Reusing the soundtrack that played when Thanos sacrificed Gamora allows us to better contrast the two sacrifices. One was born from selfishness that led to the deaths of trillions, and the other was born from selflessness that led to the birth of trillions.
"See ya in a minute." She never came back. I was destroyed.
Carmen María Black
"Let me go. It's okay."
No, Natasha, it's not. You deserved better.
I can't. I just can't.
Monica G. K. Tambajong
Some people say that reusing the same theme in this scene cheapens Natasha's death because it's already been done in Infinity War with Gamora so it's not special.
I personally think they did it intentionally, to contrast Thanos sacrificing an unwilling Gamora with Nat & Clint's willingness to sacrifice themselves for the other.
Frank Cheng
Her death strikes me the most. Unlike Tony, Nat is not always the center, but she is always the one who devote all herself to this family. She sacrifices for a chance, but at least Tony knows he wins
Djordje Petrovic
Watching Endgame the 2nd time and Nat saying "See you in a minute" really hurt.
Crispy Bacon
"Tell my family I love them"
"You tell them that"
"Let me go"
"No, please don't "
"It's ok"
"Please, NO!"
And that music in the background just makes it sadder. They didn't hesitate to jump off and Natasha just wanted to redeem herself. I was quite disappointed that they didn't make a funeral for her too. Nevertheless it was a fcking great movie.
Edit: why is it called Not Good?
Junwoo Oh
She was never the most popular Avenger.
She was never the most important Avenger.
She was never the strongest Avenger.

But she will never be forgotten.
0:48 Natasha Pulled a Gamora ): she bet her life on that stone...

"Everybody wants a happy ending, right? But it doesnt always roll that way. Maybe this time... I'm hoping that if you play this back, it's in celebration. I hope families are reunited, I hope we get it back, and a somewhat normal version of this world has been restored. If there ever was such a thing...

God, what a world... Universe, now. If you told me ten years ago that we weren't alone, let alone, you know, to this extent, I wouldn't've been surprised. But, come on... who knew? Those epic forces of light and dark that have come into play... And for better or worse, that's the reality that Morgan's gonna have to find a way to grow up in.

So I thought I better record a little greeting, in case of an untimely death... on my part. Not that death at any time is an untimely. This time travel thing that we're gonna try to pull of tomorrow, it got me scratching my head about this and think of the survivability of this thing But then again that's a hero's gig. Part of a journey is the end....

What am I even doing this for? Everything's gonna work out exactly the way it's supposed to.

I love you 3000...

-Tony Stark
Red X
The moment I saw they were going after the soul stone I knew this was gonna be sad but Natasha’s death was so fucking sad and adding in a mix of “Even For You’ just killed me. Also wish that Clint or Hulk got a shot in at Thanos and said “That was for her.”
I love how Silvestri re-used themes from Infinity War. This and Porch are my favorite ones
i saw it coming from a mile away, but damn it still shocked and hurt me
I couldn't accept her death. Not after I witnessed Gamora dying the same death in Infinity War, but Natasha's hurt so much
Daniel Movsessian
God this scene with this score had me in tears man.
P x
Her death was so unfair. Her storyline was so unfair. I just couldn't believe it and I still can't. Nat was always there to take care of everyone, she loved her family, she deserved to see them assemble one more time and to be happy as everyone else. No superpowers but the bravest and most selfless heart. She deserved a lot better. It's not fucking okay
Armando Garcia
The directors wanted the same music for this scene because it remembers what happened there, sacrifices
H U.
This music had me bawling in Infinity War. And although I was spoiled on Nat's death, I didn't know it would be this heartbreaking. Using the same music but with a variation that kinda makes this one more powerful than Gamora's death music (Even For You) is just so effective. I miss Natasha already. In IW, when Wanda was getting beaten by Proxima Midnight, Nat came to her rescue with Okoye. When in Endgame, the girls teamed up, I missed her in there.
"She's not alone".