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If I were to find a complaint it would be in the thought process of the villain, Zemo. His plan is so painstakingly convoluted that I wonder how it even worked at all.
Too many things need to fall in place for him to get what he wants and it distracts from the emotional power of the climax. The actors and the history with the characters manage to save it a bit and do raise the stakes, but I had my problems nonetheless.
The grand spectacle at the airport between these characters was indeed a highlight. When you have characters like Vision and Scarlet Witch, who are so powerful they could end the fight instantly, it's a good idea to have them simply do damage control.
I wondered how they would handle these two, they did a decent job of it. After this film, I can only hope that Infinity Wars goes this route and gives each Avenger a worthy foe to fight and not a hoard of mindless foot soldiers, which is exactly what the previous two Avengers films did.
Fans of the series will be pleased, the action is great a bit shaky at first, but they let it breath later on and some great introductions of new characters that will bring a fresh perspective to the franchise.
Black Panther for one, steals a lot of the scenes he is in. Bold move to have such a big character "show up" in the film without a solo movie to set him up, but it works here.
The cast is diversifying as more and more characters come into these films and I'm glad to see it. Tony Stark is great, RDJ does a great job with him, but we've seen the guy have a big role in these films 6 times now.
I get that Marvel is scared to let some of these characters go because they are so integral to everything, but I honestly believe something along these lines needs to happen to bring more emotional depth to the franchise.
For a studio willing to take chances are projects like Guardians of the Galaxy, they need to take a chance on this aspect as well.
KenToo 13 May A movie can do everything else right, but if the story requires the characters to do something that they would never do, ignores a huge elephant in the room that no one would ignore, etc.
This movie could have been good. I love superheroes, especially when movies work in lesser known heroes.
There's some witty dialogue and plenty of star power and special effects. However, the plot has an absurd contrivance that I cannot get past.
In order to plot Captain America versus Iron Man, the authors could not come up with an intelligent misunderstanding.
Instead, Captain America's friend is framed for a crime and Iron Man thinks he's guilty, even when event after event makes this highly dubious, and even when his "friend" Captain America tells him he thinks his friend may be innocent.
Sorry, based on the track record of this relationship in the movies, Iron Man would HAVE to step back and think twice about this friend's guilt if Captain America really asked him to.
Moreover, when towards the end Iron Man learns the friend was framed, but learns this friend also had been previously brainwashed to kill in the past, and had killed his parents, he then tries quite un- heroically to kill Cap's now un-brainwashed and framed friend.
What part of brainwashing and mind-control does Iron Man not understand? If some one kills while under the influence of brainwashing and mind-control, they are the VICTIM, and you do NOT try to kill them after they manage to escape and overcome the brainwashing and mind-control.
The writers somehow thought they could just sweep this under the intellectual rug by just moving the action along very quickly, as if this would not give the audience time to connect the dots and see how ridiculous and unrealistic this "dilemma" really was.
Sorry, there was no true dilemma. Captain America was right and Iron Man was wrong, completely, and in a ridiculously contrived manner.
RikerDonegal 28 April I lost count of the times I gasped or whispered 'wow' to myself. Story-driven and character-driven right to the bitter end, but it also has many amazing action sequences.
Remarkably, all of the characters are well-served. Old favourites get moments to shine, and new kids on the block are put in the spotlight as well.
One in particular basically steals the film. Weighty and serious, thought-provoking and intelligent, but also joyful and funny in almost every scene.
Rapid-pace storytelling. Blink and you miss the next story development. Great, great performances from Robert Downey Jr.
I was one of the few fortunate people who got to watch this early. This movie was everything i hoped Civil War to be. It was funny, got you emotionally involved and Action Packed.
The best I've ever seen in a comic book movie. Maybe one of the best in movies in general. This movie is not your average comic book good vs evil movie.
It's much of a clash between ideologies which was really interesting to see. I also have to talk about how Spiderman was portrayed in this movie.
I really liked him. As expected he was not the focus of the movie. However, he was not just a cameo either. The few scenes he was in the movie was enough to like him.
If i have to point out flaws there is hardly any. Marvel is almost perfect. I do have one problem with the movie. It was the main villain.
Like other marvel villain, this villain just didn't work for me. The movie would have done fine even without the villain. It feels like he was just there because But it's not a deal breaker people!!
The story isn't about the villain. It's about Civil War. And you're gonna get it.. I can't recommend this movie enough.
Believe me guys, the 1 star reviews are all from Marvel haters. They just can't accept the fact that Civil War was a great move.
Most of those reviewers probably haven't even watched the movie. Ignore the haters and watch the movie. You won't be disapppointed.
Checkmate, haters. And sorry, it's just not your year. I have seen this movie, but I won't mention a single spoiler here.
If you guys want proof, you can PM me and I'll tell you how the movie ends and the after credits. Well, just see this movie and judge for yourself.
Speaking briefly of the movie, it is an emotional roller coaster with an absolutely beautiful end. Spidey had a satisfying screen time.
As for the acting, by the time the movie ended, I was a happy man. Russov's are handling Infinity War, and after watching this movie, how they did justice to characters, I'll not worry.
A movie we wanted as well as deserve. This review contains spoilers and my English is kinda bad Terrible villain again, didn't remember his name 20min after the movie ended, did pretty much nothing but showed some amazing prophet skills 2.
So many stupid things like how did villain know iron man will come at the very end, how did he know nobody told iron man how his parents died, also the big fight at the airport was just too dumb, pretty much all mighty jean nm.
Why the hell did ant-man join the fight? What is his motivation? How does random Nigerian prince have powers to fight CA and bucky?
Nobody but CA, Iron man and bucky had story behind them pretty pathetic though ,others were just useless guys fighting.
At least they didn't ruin Hulk even more :- 4. Best buddies again? In iron man 3 tony was able to call 30 auto iron mans to fight for him, here he got challenged by a freaking falcon with his wings?
Also at the airport he was unable to defeat CA and at the very end he almost rekt two of them? Guess I'm back to stupid stuff On the other side, good things: 1.
Spider-man - yea this kid with no story in movie at all was one of few good funny things about this movie 2.
Cool fights right? The story goes, Marvel runs out of ideas. They got excellent stuff shown in the first movie, then something lesser in the second one, and then the third one was like - somebody damn insisted on making it, even though there was no story written When the evil is all defeated, the continuation is not due till the next movie, and all avengers are simply bored, in the shortage of anything interesting going on, why not have all the heroes beating the crap out of each other?
That should do the trick, and keep the sheep happy. The movie has no story, its conflict is superficial and borderline idiotic, even for the way the avengers split into two groups had no logic in it, and, of course, no explanation.
They just really wanted to flex their muscles, and so they did, period. Russo Brothers did an amazing job with this film.
I loved every scene in this film. The action is amazing,its good to see Chris Evans again as Capitan America,Robert , well he is tony stark and i actually loved him this film more than in his own movies.
Black Panther, Antman y Spiderman, they are just amazing and interesting characters in the film. Visual effects are amazing and the battles are really good.
I thought that marvel will never do a very good movie like it was winter soldier, but i was wrong, i was totally wrong I don't like to compare, but i enjoy this film more than batman v superman.
It's obviously that it is not perfect, that's sure but for me this is the best marvel movie, and i cant wait for the infinity war, the MCU is in good hands with the Russo brothers.
The movie is directed by the Russo Brothers they have done a great adaptation of the comic book with powerful sequences of action, the movie is on pair of Winter Soldier.
Captain America is only a stupid cowboy in this movie. Why does he not sign the regulation papers? He isn't a god like Thor or Superman.
Who is Captain America to be above the Law? Superman or a American cowboy? Why did he not tell Iron Man what his best friend have done with H.
Stark and his mother? Does he know how to talk with his friends like Tony? I think not. He only knows how to fight And what about the conflict?
And the consequences? Will we see them? Or Captain is already a friend for Tony? He has given a cheap cellphone to Tony Only the action scenes are good So there was virtually no chance I wouldn't enjoy Civil War.
But this might be my favorite Marvel movie yet. So many characters are in it, yet I felt like every one of them got at least one memorable moment, even lame ol' Hawkeye!
At the end of Act 2, there's a minute battle scene that involves a dozen super-heroes, and it's amazing, probably the best of this genre.
We get a couple of new heroes — Spider-Man and the Black Panther — and they are both just about perfect translations from comic book to film.
This Brit they have playing Peter Parker is probably my favorite Spidey yet, even though he's only on screen for maybe 15 minutes.
He's exactly as Spidey should be: a nervous kid who handles his anxiety by being a nonstop motormouth during his battles.
And the Panther is just so cool. Ant-Man plays a big part in that huge battle I mentioned, getting some of the best moments during the fight.
But really, this movie is Cap's, Bucky's, and Tony's story. What helps make it so great is how Marvel has built up their saga over multiple movies — we're already familiar with and invested in these characters.
And the filmmakers use that to great advantage here. It's sad to see them pitted against each other, but completely understandable in the context of the film.
Bottom line: if you've enjoyed some or all of the Marvel movies, you'll have a great time with Civil War. It's a blast! And it might even draw a tear or two.
Cynically speaking, the whole mold that the latest Marvel movie creates, is a colossal set up that engenders subsequent sequels and solo outings in the ever expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The third for titular Captain America, "Civil War" is essentially the third Avengers film, starting with events happening a year after "Age of Ultron".
That is not to say the film is mistakenly titled, because it still is, in all important aspects, a Captain America movie.
It's just that, he isn't alone. The sheer size of this potential billion-dollar movie calls for an equally mammoth effort from sibling directors, Anthony and Joe Russo, who also both helmed Cap's previous film, Winter Soldier.
Their deft maneuver results in a beautifully crafted cinematic piece, whose towering bravura, bestows the entire proceedings with striking depth and sentimentality, which may not be the first for the genre, but enough to make it Marvel's best film, to date.
Chris Evans refuted claims that his biceps were CGI enhanced for the film's famous helicopter shot. He instead prepped a lot in lieu of artificial enhancement saying, "That was really my arm, and you know what, I took a page of Anthony Mackie 's book.
When we were doing Avengers: Age of Ultron , for certain scenes, I worked out just before the take, but there were a bunch of scenes where I was the only one out of the cast doing it, and I'd be embarrassed, and feel shame.
So I didn't do it that often, and then we started Civil War, and Mackie has no shame. Before each take, Mackie's just curling weights non-stop and I thought, 'Yeah!
What are you doing Chris? Just curl some weights! Who cares? I am not going to worry about twenty people judging me, as opposed to two hundred million people seeing the scene forever.
It's not like I woke up and I looked like that, that was me lifting weight for hours on end prior to filming that scene.
There certainly was a lot of pressure. I was fully aware of what they wanted that shot to be. I wanted that shot to be great too.
This is the live-action debut of T'Challa, the Black Panther, one of the first black superheroes in American comic books. Costume designer Judianna Makovsky revealed that for all of Chris Evans ' scenes, where he is in regular outfits outside the suit , they purposefully made him wear t-shirts, which are many sizes smaller than his actual size, so that his muscles pop on camera.
Evans said all of his t-shirt scenes are scheduled at the start of the filming, because he loses a lot of weight over the months it takes to film a Marvel movie.
He said, especially, that filming the action scenes wearing the Captain America suit makes him lose a lot of his size.
During the airport fight scene, a truck has the Bluth family logo. It is the same "stair car" portable staircase for an airplane that was the subject of many running jokes on Arrested Development The Russo Brothers, the directors of this movie, also directed the pilot, and many other episodes of Arrested Development Marvel initially wanted to hire Robert Downey Jr.
However, Downey wanted a larger role, which would lead to a bigger payday. Marvel Entertainment CEO Ike Perlmutter was furious over the request, prompting him to order the screenwriters to write Tony Stark out of the script completely.
When the deal seemed like it was off the table, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige pushed to hire Downey, citing that his casting in the film could leave the door open for sequels, new franchises, and dramatic possibilities within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as this movie could drive future storylines for these films.
As a result with Downey's casting, the actor received a substantial payout that included a back-end participation deal, and another payout if the film's box-office gross exceeded Captain America: The Winter Soldier , which it did.
Paul Bettany describes the Vision as exploring what it means to be human and what love is: "The only way one can guarantee one's loyalty is love.
The Black Panther costume is a combination of a practical costume and visual effects. That description fits with one of Peggy Carter's nemeses from Agent Carter , Dottie Underwood, also exploited as a weapon by the Soviets.
Tom Holland made audition tapes together with Jon Bernthal while filming Pilgrimage , with Holland landing the role of Peter Parker, a.
Spider-Man, and Bernthal the role of Frank Castle, a. The Punisher, in Daredevil Doesn't matter what the politicians or the mobs say.
Doesn't matter if the whole country decides that something wrong is something right. This nation was founded on one principle above all else: the requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences.
When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world - No, you move.
In the mid-credits scene, waterfalls are shown in the kingdom of Wakanda. Hope van Dyne was going to become The Wasp in an earlier draft of the script, but she was removed, due to concerns that reducing her role to a cameo alongside the other characters would be a disservice to her as a character.
The fact that Evangeline Lilly was pregnant at the time also probably influenced the decision.
Producer Kevin Feige has asserted that she will officially take on The Wasp mantle in a substantial role at a later point in Phase 3, in Ant-Man and the Wasp This would also contribute to a running gag throughout that film about Hope being angry at Scott Lang for not involving her in the Avengers fight at the airport.
According to Lola VFX, the visual effects studio who have worked on all three Captain America movies, in order to create the "young Tony Stark" illusion: "Every feature of the face and body needed to be addressed in some fashion.
One thing that happens to all of us is that the skin of the face gradually lowers in certain areas, and needs to be 'lifted' back to where it was at the age in question.
But other changes are incredibly subtle, such as increase in the way light reflects off the sheen of the skin, a reduction in the appearance of tiny blood vessels under the surface of some parts of the face, or more blood flow in the cheeks giving them that familiar youthful 'glow'.
The shot was nearly four thousand frames long, with Tony Stark turning from one side to the other multiple times, physically interacting with other actors, and the set itself, and moving closer to the camera for a very long, uninterrupted close-up.
One of Vision's powers is to manipulate his body density so he can become phantasmal or stronger than diamonds. She made him so dense that he became too heavy to move, and fell through the floor.
This movie marks the beginning of Phase Three in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and is the thirteenth film overall.
Spider-Man's suit design is based on his original look in the comics when he debuted in The goggles change size to reflect Spider-Man's expressive eyes in the comics, and also allow him to hone his senses and focus.
Sebastian Stan packed on 28 pounds of muscle for the film. Boosting his weight from pounds to a solid, muscular pounds.
I've been picturing a redhead. It's red and gold, and laden with armor and gadgets. In this film, Spider-Man receives a suit in his normal red and blue cloth attire, but it does have gadgets.
By the end of the movie, The Avengers logo on Captain America's arm is no longer there, representing the fact that The Avengers are no longer his.
He even owned up to the inappropriate "arm fondling" bit, though it was in fact Sebastian Stan 's mechanical arm he was so interested in, rather than Captain America's, as depicted in the film.
Marisa Tomei is the third Oscar-nominated actress to play Aunt May. Zemo is the first primary antagonist of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies to not be an enhanced supervillain.
Kingpin, on Netflix's Daredevil In the Blu-ray commentary, they verify that the drawer in which Bucky gets the gun in Siberia is labled "Romanov", and is Natasha's.
After the "Civil War" crossover event in Marvel comics was complete, another big crossover event was "Secret Invasion", which revealed that the shape-shifting alien villains, The Skrulls, had been replacing key people in government and the super powered community for decades, and that they are at least partially to blame for leading to the events of the civil war as a means to soften human society for a full-scale invasion.
Since the Skrulls are villains of the Fantastic Four, it had been assumed that Disney and Marvel could not use them in future films, but it was later discovered with the announcement of Captain Marvel , that Skrulls can be used by Marvel Studios, as long as they don't include specific ones owned by FOX.
However, the idea of a "secret invasion" in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is already very close to what happened when H.
She said she dressed him very stylishly, with elegant cashmere sweaters and cardigans, and gave him one of the "dandiest accessories", an ascot.
She said that even though it might not be visible in the movie, he's wearing an ascot in most of his civilian scenes.
Daniel Brühl Helmut Zemo dubbed himself in the German dubbing of the movie. Tom Holland s chatty, excited portrayal of Spider-Man in battle is closer to his comic counterpart than previous iterations of the character.
One of the more popular set of Underoos features Spider-Man. The title of this movie was jokingly announced as "Captain America: Serpent Society" during the announcement of Marvel Phase 3.
Certain clips from the airport scene were re-shot at a different angle from Spider-Man's perspective and used in the opening "video diary" scene in Spider-Man: Homecoming A large part of the film is set in Romania, where Sebastian Stan Bucky Barnes was born and where he lived until he was eight.
The decision for not translating the subtitle "Civil War" as "Guerra Civil" was an attempt to avoid links or comparisons with the Spanish Civil War plainly named in the country as "Guerra Civil" , which was fought between July 17, and April 1, Martin Freeman described Everett Ross as someone who "Works for the American government, and works in conjunction with the superheroes, and certain agencies that help to tame the superheroes' power.
It looks a little bit like he's playing one game, when actually he's playing another. Rogers is rescued or helped directly after the sentence is stated in all three instances.
In the comics, while Spider-Man started off on Iron Man's side, he later shifted over to Captain America's side after learning that the Pro-Registration Side was imprisoning the captured unregistered heroes in a prison built in another dimension known as the "Negative Zone", against their will, without due process as it is technically not on American soil until they agreed to register.
In this movie, he fights on Iron Man's side, before being sent home by Iron Man after the battle at the airport in Germany.
Thaddeus E. To date, that is the longest gap between a character's appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe eight years.
Unlike her previous Marvel movies, Scarlett Johansson never appeared for interviews, premieres, press conferences or any other events to promote the film.
The Vision's civilian clothing slacks, sweater, Ascot was inspired by s actor Cary Grant 's attire. The extra dark shading around the eyes and web cartridges on his belt are few of the minor updates.
It may also be a reference to their comic romantic involvement, or it refers to the Marvel Cinematic Universe story she told in Captain America: The Winter Soldier , of being shot by him while on a mission, and various scenes in Captain America: The Winter Soldier , when he was trying to kill her.
Despite the animosity between their characters, Anthony Mackie Falcon and Sebastian Stan Bucky are very close friends in real life.
This is a reference to the U. Military's Joint Special Operations Command. Navy's S. Team Six, the U. Army's Delta Force and 75th Ranger Regiment.
The first three were dead at the time, while Wanda was missing and insane. According to the commentary, Cap dropping the shield foreshadows the appearance of the Nomad costume, a short period in the s comics where Cap continued to act as a hero without government sanction.
During the B. During the press conference on Iron Man , Tony's opening lines are 'I never said goodbye to my father'. The working title that was used to create the film was "Sputnik".
Filming started on May 7, , in Atlanta, Georgia. The cast was working in ninety degree Fahrenheit thirty-two degree Celcius weather in costume.
Most of these words have a meaning specific to him, and some have meaning in the MCU such as "Homecoming" alluding to "Spider-Man: Homecoming".
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