Captain America: Civil War

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Captain America: Civil War
6.8/10 by 4096 users

Following the events of Age of Ultron, the collective governments of the world pass an act designed to regulate all superhuman activity. This polarizes opinion amongst the Avengers, causing two factions to side with Iron Man or Captain America, which causes an epic battle between former allies.

Release Date:April 27, 2016
Genres:Science Fiction, Action
Production Company:Studio Babelsberg, Marvel Studios, Marvel Entertainment, Vita-Ray Dutch Productions (III), Deluxe Digital Studios
Production Countries:United States of America
Director:Anthony Russo, Joe Russo, Joe Russo
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Plot Keywords:civil war, war, marvel comic, comic, sequel, superhero, based on comic book, aftercreditsstinger, duringcreditsstinger, marvel cinematic universe, shot on imax cameras
  • An Honest Review
    November 7, 2016
    The Bad: For those of us that were fans of the comic book, there was a bit to be disappointed with. Captain America was always the liberal super hero, the one the protested Nixon, that protested Regean, and that led a Civil War under Bush. Sure it was all thinly veiled in comic book style, but everyone knew what he was doing, everyone knew what it meant.
    He was Iron Man's political foil.
    And then there was the epic feel of the Marvel Civil War, we wanted a movie that didn't start and end with Cap, but effected at least a movie per character in the MCU.
    Then there was the Black Panther. He is supposed to be cold, calm, logical. In the comics you got the feel that both you and Panther knew that he was smarter than you are. In the movie he was driven by revenge. It was a disappointment. We wanted the Black Panther to act like the Black Panther.
    Not to mention, especially in 3D, some of the scenes were jumpy.
    The Good: It felt like another Avengers movie and that is not at all a bad thing.
    Anthony Mackie got a lot of screen time and, I may be in the minority here, especially since his Falcon has diverged so much from the comics...but he does an excellent job in his role and deserves a Falcon movie of his own.
    The MCU got Spider-Man back and, after Andrew Garfield's depiction of a Spider-Bully, it seriously needed a reboot. It's hard to surpass Tobey Maguire. For a lot or people he nailed the role...until Tom Holland took over and became the best Spider-Man yet to grace the silver screen.
    Ant-Man returned. It wasn't as shocking as the fact that Paul Rudd is a super hero, but it's a welcome addition. He brings a sense of humor to the role and even in a small part he's a pleasure to watch.
    And then we have the story itself, it didn't have the wonderfully tight beauty that Winter Soldier had, but that is excused. Civil War was really an Avengers movie and one that brought the MCU together again. It was a fun ride and it gave you the sense that the MCU is expanding faster than the big bang.