Captain America: Civil War Movie Review - Marvel Best Movie Till To Date

Marvel Entertainment- Captain America: Civil War

Director: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo

Starring: Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony MacKie, Don Cheadle, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Daniel Bruhl

In Childhood We Imagined The Superheroes as animated comical  characters but now 'Marvel Cinematic' Universe is changing this theory. These days every kid knows that Chris Evans is Captain America, Robert Downey Jr. is The Ironman, Chris Hemsworth is Thor And So On. Last Night our team saw Captain America: Civil War and Here is Our review: The Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr. Film is a Complete Film with great cinematic story. This movie also leads to a debate will DC comics Cinematic Universe Would Ever be Able to Beat Marvel Cinematic Universe in Anytime Near Future ?? We wanna know what you guys think of this. Please let us know in the comment sections below.

Back to the review: we dont wanna spoil anything for you if you haven't seen it. The film revolves around the Captain America Vs Ironman story and you don't believe that they both are right for what they are fighting for. The Directors Russo Brothers are good Because they didn't spoiled anything about the movie Like DC's Batman Vs Superman: Dawn Of The Justice did.

Story Starts:
It is 1991, and Barnes (Stan) is being turned into a winter soldier. Soon he is sent off to steal a technology that makes him even more lethal than he already is.

Shift to present-day Lagos, where Steve Rogers/Captain America(Chris Evans), Sam Wilson/Falcon(Mackie), Wanda Maximoff/Scarlett Witch(Olsen)and Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) are chasing a villain in a crowded Lagos(Nigeria). Things go bad, and just as a building blows up, a guy whom he is in the process of killing tells Rogers that the whole thing is linked to his childhood bro Bucky or Barnes.

The Lagos mess returns to haunt the Avengers soon. They get a visit from a grim Secretary of State Ross (a mis-cast William Hurt), who tells them the world can’t really be expected to keep tolerating a couple of “US-based” “enhanced individuals” “invading sovereign boundaries” at will (now they say this!).

Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) willingly accepts Ross’s idea that they sign an accord submitting themselves to UN mandate, having been accosted earlier by a woman who lost a son during the Avengers mission in Sokovia. Rogers disagrees, and the Avengers are split on the matter.

When things go bad, they go really bad, and this superficial divide comes to the fore in ways that are more comic than serious. While the comic tone is welcome given how much violence, without any real blood, is playing out on the screen, a touch more seriousness perhaps could have done the film some good.

Still, Downey Jr is again in sublime form as a finally-ageing Stark wrestling doubts about whether he is in the right. Evans doesn’t quite lift his role to the same level. Two actors with the minimal of screen time, new addition Tom Holland as a very young Peter Parker/SpiderMan and Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/AntMan, steal the show in the airport intra-Avengers clash that is the money-earning sequence of this film. Giving them company is T’Challa/Black Panther (a good Chadwick Boseman), whose father died in a blast suspected to have been set off by Barnes.

It’s only when they are winding up at the airport does someone point out, “This is not the real fight.” That would be million of miles away in Siberia, where Zemo (Daniel Bruhl) is biding his time. However, really does it matter? The line most repeated in Civil War, by everyone concerned, just before they throw another punch, is, “This guy is not gonna stop.”

Overall A Great Movie with some great moments added to it. Our Rating To This Film Below:-

Our Vital Rating To The Movie: 4.1/5  Stars (****.)


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