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 Post subject: Captain America: Civil War
PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2016 2:56 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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So, yeah... This is going to be a good movie as long as they can handle the large cast of characters properly.


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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The Serge wrote:
So, yeah... This is going to be a good movie as long as they can handle the large cast of characters properly.

That's my primary concern. I'm really hoping the more personal conflict and Cap's inner turmoil isn't lost in the "HEY LOOK. CHARACTERS!" In this sense Spider-Man's inclusion fills me with more apprehension than joy. I like Spider-Man. A lot. When done correctly at least. The 90s cartoon was one of my favorites. I bought action figures. Playing the Separation Anxiety video game made my imagination run WILD. But what is he going to bring to a movie like this?

Still, they've done a great job with Captain America movies so far, so I'm not about to sit it out.


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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I like the classic look of Spider-Man's costume. The Romita and Ditko eyes are a nice touch.


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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This is a damn fine movie, definitely go see it


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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I got my ticket for Thorsday night.


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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I thought this turned out great - easily one of the best MCU films. The action was amazing, the story was interesting, and everyone had time to shine (despite the huge cast).


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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I agree. This was an awesome movie! Loved the surprises; loved Spider-Man; loved the conclusion; loved how everything tied together and that, despite the drama, we more or less ended on a high note. Great movie that I'm willing to see again.


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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Oh hey I forgot to mention this was a fantastic movie. Best Iron Man movie since Iron Man.

Is it me or has Steve gotten a lot stronger since the 40's? What's it take to stop a helicopter and beat up an Iron Man?


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 Post subject: Re: Captain America: Civil War
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I was very impressed that they provided each character enough spotlight without short shrifting any of them. Tomei is too young to play Aunt May, I don't care if she's supposedly 50 or whatever, she's smoking hot and young. I thought Sally Ride was a bit too young looking too though.

That's not a real complaint though. I'm actually glad that they used those stupidly huge titles to change the setting, because otherwise there would be no issues at all for this film. The Captain America series continues to be the absolute strongest of the Marvel offerings.

And yeah, Steve seems to have been working out. It cannot feel good to get kicked by him when they fly away like a car hit them.

The only maybe is...maybe Crossbones needed a bit more time?


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