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Captain America: Civil War (2016)

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By Zuvin MaharzanPublished 5 months ago 6 min read
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Like the previous Captain America movies, "Civil War" draws inspiration from the current US foreign policy. Just as Batman v Superman tried to make up for the huge trauma of the Iron Man city disaster by turning Iron Man into a war between Batman and Superman, the Civil War tried to deal with the consequences of the Avengers’ past actions. The issue of civilian casualties has always been a recurring theme in Marvel movies (and may be emphasized in the Age of Ultron as a direct response to Iron Man). To make matters worse, Captain America is already dealing with the collapse of his Avengers supergroup around him. After too many catastrophic collateral damages have occurred, a new law places heroes in the United Nations. Under jurisdiction.

When the Winter Soldier (played by Sebastian Stein) was involved in a terrorist attack, Captain America (played by Chris Evans) discovered that the Avengers had a riff...half on Iron Man’s side, He believes that the Avengers should work for the United Nations. Steve believes that the Avengers must work for what they think is right. Tony Stark agreed to capture Rogue Avengers by staging a battle between two groups of superheroes. After seven movies, the personalities of Iron Man and Captain America became well known. The focus of the Civil War is the ideological confrontation between Steve (aka Captain America) and Tony (aka Iron Man). These two generals are the two generals in the nominal civil war between the Avengers supergroup. It’s not surprising that there are major philosophical differences between Chris Evans, Steve Rogers (aka Captain America), Robert Downey Jr., and Tony Stark (Iron Man). But is also the best indie game hero. The movie franchise and its most interesting and versatile characters.

The movie is very similar to the Avengers in scope and ambition, if not in the name (though Thor and Hulk are absent), this epic confrontation between two equally noble factions led by Captain America and Iron Man It’s worth noting the chronicle of its dramatic sequence and thematic unity in the dazzling creative action sequence; due to the relative restraint and originality shown, viewers who are tired of seeing the disgusting city explosion are unlikely to believe their luck. Marvel may release these movies at an incredible speed, but the quality and depth of the Captain America movie especially show the best of this superhero saga. Call it a "civil war" or brand expansion; call it a "movie universe" or corporate giant: Marvel's latest event cultivates the crossover of action franchise studios in a way that will surely delight fans Experience. Led by Anthony the Winter Soldier and Joe Russell, the Civil War is the most epic Avengers movie ever made, even if it is not the Avengers.

Bringing together the creative team of Cap’s directors Joe and Anthony Russo and screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, Civil War continues to get better as it grows, whether it's an action movie or a huge ensemble. The Civil War has almost all the advantages of the best MCU movies, but there are also some weaknesses. Although the third film "Captain America" ​​kicked off the summer film season and the so-called "Marvel Cinematic Universe Third Phase", its box office is undeniable.

The film kicks off Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and has followed Ant-Man since 2015. Like Captain America's previous film, The Winter Soldier in 2014, the film was written by Christopher Marcus and Stephen McFeely, with Anthony and Joe Russo as the main characters. As part of the genre requirements, they find a general balance between super kinetic - or ugly, action sequences, depending on the point of view - and character details, although more of the latter would be desirable.

We can watch tons of trailers for these indie projects of these characters, but they are damn good trailers and dutifully support the playful egalitarian spirit that defines the Marvel Comics universe. To date, part of the fun with Marvel's Avengers movies has been getting a front-row seat for a gang of superpowers that quickly taunt and bite each other. The differences of opinion and temperament that split the Avengers - the arrogance of Iron Man versus the stubborn righteousness of the Captain - give rise to some fighting and screaming scenes that are quite fun to watch.

The best part of the movie is the six-by-six crash at the airport, in which two teams of dressed-up colleagues meet with some ringtone to solve their problems. Kudos to the Russo brothers, Joe and Anthony, for guiding the war effort for maximum impact and without neglecting the character. Joe and Anthony Russo, two-time directors of Captain America, stage action scenes with great energy and often imagination.

The third installment in the Captain America series is more like the third Avengers movie, with the climactic battle at the airport going on with all its might as both teams, dressed in their best comic book costumes, gather on the runway to kick ass. When the action stops at one of them, Captain America and Iron Man suddenly sense a million miles away, and Civil War becomes nothing more than an advertisement for the next round of the MCU spin-off.

On the contrary, every rhythm of action in Civil War is such an imperceptible jumble of large and medium shots that they may well exist in a vacuum - at times it seems like the first film ever made entirely with GIFs. Too often, the fast-paced script and clear action in these films are undermined by unconvincing big villains and stereotypical endings. In fact, for the first time in a Marvel movie, the main antagonist is just a dude.

In September 2015, Mark Ruffalo, who played Bruce Banner/Hulk in the MCU movie, said that his role was originally in a civil war scene, but was removed due to the end of the Ultron era. "I don't want to" ... reveal where and why [he] is in this movie." Since screenwriters Christopher Marcus, Stephen McFeely, and star Chris Evans have put The character is so well portrayed that Karp and I are both in our hearts, even though Stark's position is reasonable.

When Bucky "The Winter Soldier" Barnes (Sebastian Stein), like his best friend Steve, was brainwashed before being brainwashed, the situation became even more terrifying. He came from the early 1940s. Because of the Nazi's evil cryo-science, there are more than 30 remaining suspects of murder. This put the mysterious new hero Black Panther on his way. However, the core is the friendship between Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stein), two eternal comrades in arms, one of them has gone crazy. Back to today, Bucky’s old friend and former friend Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), also known as Captain America, found himself and his crew on a trip to Lagos Routine missions, including the fierce Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), the psychic character Wanda Maximoff/The Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Sam Wilson/Falcon (Anthony McKay). But against his decision to agree to the new political reality, Tony Stark, also known as Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), against, Gears of War (Don Cheadle), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), and Black Panthers joined Up him, (Chadwick Bosman) and Vision (Paul Bettany).

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Zuvin Maharzan

Always have been a MCU lover.

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