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04.13.2016

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The first reactions to Marvel's upcoming CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR were almost overwhelmingly positive but as we experienced with BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE, those early reactions aren't necessarily going to be in tune with what the critics say. Fortunately, those who were hoping that CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR will live up to the extreme hype will be pleased to know that many critics are calling this Marvel's best film yet. It seems Joe and Anthony Russo have managed to achieve the near-impossible by juggling an enormous cast successfully but still finding time to give each member their time to shine, all while telling an effective story. Keep an eye out for our own CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR review later tonight, but in the meantime, check out what the other outlets are saying about what's sure to be another big hit for Marvel.

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Remarkably outshining both 'Avengers' films in its deployment of superhero pyrotechnics and credible, amped-up character conflict, “Captain America: Civil War” is finally the fully realized team-up movie Marvel has been striving to make all these years. - Somehow managing time to introduce both Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and a new version of Spider-Man (Tom Holland) without overstuffing the plot, the filmmakers maintain a consistent focus on their own particular exploration of the "with great power comes great responsibility" concept and craft one of the few satisfying end-game battles in Marvel's cinematic canon so far.

Variety:

The Russos handle the action with growing assurance and impressive range, shooting the early fight scenes with an almost “Bourne”-style handheld intensity, in contrast with the more classically framed skirmishes that follow. Even more impressively, the film feels sincerely invested in the questions it raises about freedom vs. responsibility, heroism vs. vigilantism, and what those distinctions say about the individuals making them.

Empire:

Captain America: Civil War is the best Marvel Studios movie yet. There, we said it. First, and most importantly, it does what the best Marvel films do: juggling multiple characters so each is allowed its moment in a story that pushes forward the series’ overall continuity, while also forming and concluding its own cogent plot.

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These enhanced humans are still human and have relationships with one another that exist beyond the boundaries of global crisis. Given permission to be more than objects resisting other objects against a green screen, the cast members give themselves to each other, their screen clan generously expanding to include newer characters like Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen). And Evans’ performance — it’s his character’s film, after all — is the center; his story line is the one most beset by internal conflict, and his empathy for the torn loyalties of Cap is moving in ways that don’t derail the action’s urgency or pull focus from the otherwise ensemble nature of the larger project.

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IGN:

Without a doubt, Civil War’s airport battle sequence is the best superhero brawl ever depicted on the big screen. It is a comic book fan’s wet dream, with every character getting a moment to shine in battle. Spider-Man gets his quips and licks in, Panther throws down in a style all his own, and Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) gives both of these new additions a run for their money in some of the set-piece’s most nerdgasm-inducing moments. This is the superhero movie fight scene people will remember and geek out about for years.

USA Today:

Between the political issues, explosive battles and a nefarious plot by new villain-on-the-scene Helmut Zemo (Daniel Brühl), Civil War is overflowing with story. It's a gold mine for Marvel nerds that may be dizzying for the rest. Yet the central conflict between superfriends Steve and Tony stays in focus, even escalating in a real and tragic way as the plot progresses and weaves in Winter Soldier’s history of breaking bad to tear them apart even further. Rather than rooting for the fisticuffs, it hurts to watch these men, brothers in a sense, punch and blast each other into oblivion — a testament to two actors totally on their game but also to audiences’ investment in these characters paying off in dramatic fashion.

GamesRadar:

In a surprisingly substantial appearance, 19-year-old Tom Holland not only makes a case for being the best screen Spidey so far, but also threatens to steal the entire film. His Peter Parker is perfect – nervy, goofy and instantly endearing. In the airport fight however he's truly spectacular, holding his own against the best the MCU has to offer, using his webs in entertaining and creative ways, while his motor-mouthed (and charmingly naive) wisecracking couldn’t be better. “There’s usually not this much talk,” says Falcon. You’ll be grateful there is, and desperate to see more of Holland’s sensational web-slinger the moment you leave the cinema.

THR:

the latest Marvel extravaganza furthers the studio’s cross-pollination of action franchises in a way that’s sure to satisfy devotees. Posing serious questions about violence and vigilantism while reveling in both, Captain America: Civil War is overlong but surprisingly light on its feet. It builds upon the plotlines of previous Avengers outings, bringing together known marquee quantities and introducing the Black Panther and a new Spidey in winning fashion.

Forbes:

Captain America: Civil War is a classic case of having your cake and eating it too. There is lots to love and much to appreciate in its thoughtful and deeply personal narrative. At its best, it acts as a repudiation of the MCU playbook. Oh sure, it is as much a table-setter as a stand-alone movie, and there are moments of unabashed fanservice that don’t really serve the film, but it takes its story to its natural endpoint with minimal compromise. If that sounds like a spoiler, it’s not. Because if anything this film relishes the opportunity to rub our noses in our own preordained expectations.

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR is due to hit theaters on May 6, 2016.

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4:07PM on 04/14/2016

It's the Forbes review that got my attention

a lot of film sites tend to have fanboy reviewers, but a Forbes reviewer likely isn't as impressed with comic book adaptations. That's about as unprejudiced an opinion as you're likely to see right now.
a lot of film sites tend to have fanboy reviewers, but a Forbes reviewer likely isn't as impressed with comic book adaptations. That's about as unprejudiced an opinion as you're likely to see right now.
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10:57AM on 04/14/2016

There is obviously no need for a hold on reviews, unlike for another shitty comic moive that came out recently

Marvel knows they have a hit, unlike DC who put a flippin hold on reviews until the day of release. Seriously, who does that other than skeezy video game developers who know their game sucks.
Marvel knows they have a hit, unlike DC who put a flippin hold on reviews until the day of release. Seriously, who does that other than skeezy video game developers who know their game sucks.
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4:08PM on 04/14/2016
I don't think anyone, including the studio and the filmmakers, could have anticipated the critical backlash BvS received. I still don't understand all the hatred for it. When you're going out of your way to take shots at Hans Zimmer for his score in your reviews, you know there's something wrong. When is the last time a Marvel score even stood out besides the first avengers? At that point, all you can do is damage control.
I don't think anyone, including the studio and the filmmakers, could have anticipated the critical backlash BvS received. I still don't understand all the hatred for it. When you're going out of your way to take shots at Hans Zimmer for his score in your reviews, you know there's something wrong. When is the last time a Marvel score even stood out besides the first avengers? At that point, all you can do is damage control.
2:40AM on 04/15/2016
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You are just flat out wrong if you think reviews never took pot shots at Marvel's scores. In fact one of the biggest criticism for Marvel films are the scores. I couldn't tell Captain America's score from Thor's or Iron Man's.

But if you have well written characters and good story structure then no one is going to pay attention to your score (unless it stands out). If the movie is good enough the audience will become so caught up in the characters, and so involved in
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You are just flat out wrong if you think reviews never took pot shots at Marvel's scores. In fact one of the biggest criticism for Marvel films are the scores. I couldn't tell Captain America's score from Thor's or Iron Man's.

But if you have well written characters and good story structure then no one is going to pay attention to your score (unless it stands out). If the movie is good enough the audience will become so caught up in the characters, and so involved in the story that they don't care about nit picky flaws.

But BvS had poor characters, and god awful structure. It was so bad that the audience wasn't involved in the story, they weren't a part of it. The audience was so disconnected that they were on the outside looking in. When a bad story puts you on the outside like that then all of the flaws stand out like a sore thumb - these flaws become annoying because they are the only thing that manages to catch your attention.

It's like being at a boring seminar that goes on and on. It's so boring that you notice the speaker is wearing two different color socks, he has a stain on his tie, and his ears seem too big. If the speaker was interesting you'd be so caught up in what he is saying that you wouldn't notice any of that.

Everything has flaws. The key is to be so involving, so interesting that people don't pay attention to those flaws.
10:52AM on 04/14/2016

Happy to read all the praise it's getting

It seems Marvel has finally found their stride. The Russo Brothers know how to balance multiple characters and making the stakes seem real. I can't wait to see what they bring to the table with Civil War and Infinity War.
It seems Marvel has finally found their stride. The Russo Brothers know how to balance multiple characters and making the stakes seem real. I can't wait to see what they bring to the table with Civil War and Infinity War.
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9:48AM on 04/14/2016
I'm excited to see this. It looks like it will be fantastic and seems like critics already dig it... But I'm not excited to hear over and over how Marvel "did it right" and DC "did it wrong". I really enjoyed Batman v Superman and I imagine this will be a better movie but I want to see both Universes succeed.
I'm excited to see this. It looks like it will be fantastic and seems like critics already dig it... But I'm not excited to hear over and over how Marvel "did it right" and DC "did it wrong". I really enjoyed Batman v Superman and I imagine this will be a better movie but I want to see both Universes succeed.
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6:16AM on 04/14/2016
I thought Winter Soldier was a fantastic movie.Loved the themes that ran throughout the film and how they reflect ou current times. EG Security / Freedom /Fear. Cant wait to see Civil War.
I thought Winter Soldier was a fantastic movie.Loved the themes that ran throughout the film and how they reflect ou current times. EG Security / Freedom /Fear. Cant wait to see Civil War.
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8:53AM on 04/14/2016
Love the line ' This isn't freedom, this is fear '
Thats why you should never fight for government. They create the fear, then implement security to take away your freedoms. GO TEAM CAP
Love the line ' This isn't freedom, this is fear '
Thats why you should never fight for government. They create the fear, then implement security to take away your freedoms. GO TEAM CAP
4:00AM on 04/14/2016
Marvel movies often get overpraised in the beginning and I still can't get over the positive reviews Iron Man 3 got, because the movie was a major disappointment. It's the only Marvel film I couldn't get through a second viewing.
So I keep my expectations in line and make up my own mind on opening day. But I'm optimistic, because Winter Soldier was really good!
Marvel movies often get overpraised in the beginning and I still can't get over the positive reviews Iron Man 3 got, because the movie was a major disappointment. It's the only Marvel film I couldn't get through a second viewing.
So I keep my expectations in line and make up my own mind on opening day. But I'm optimistic, because Winter Soldier was really good!
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4:43AM on 04/14/2016
Hmm. I get the disappointment some people had regarding Mandarin. Though I'm not so familiar with the character as I am with other areas of the marvel universe, I was looking forward to seeing him incarnated on film. I think a lot of people still hold a grudge about that and if they have love for Mandarin I get it. I was able to let that go though and apart from this controversial twist I found Iron Man 3 to be solid. Thought Shane Black's style shone through and the action and trademark
Hmm. I get the disappointment some people had regarding Mandarin. Though I'm not so familiar with the character as I am with other areas of the marvel universe, I was looking forward to seeing him incarnated on film. I think a lot of people still hold a grudge about that and if they have love for Mandarin I get it. I was able to let that go though and apart from this controversial twist I found Iron Man 3 to be solid. Thought Shane Black's style shone through and the action and trademark wisecracks were great. Now Iron Man 2 on the other hand I found to be a mess.
6:26AM on 04/14/2016
The Mandarine twist wasn't the problem. For me the movie is just unbearable to watch, it's too shallow, too much one-liner/ wisecracking, the villain is a bad cliche, annoying characters overall (especially the Kid!)...ugh! I bought it on blu-ray the day it got released and I still own the film, but I tried 3 times and didn't finish the movie a second time yet.
The Mandarine twist wasn't the problem. For me the movie is just unbearable to watch, it's too shallow, too much one-liner/ wisecracking, the villain is a bad cliche, annoying characters overall (especially the Kid!)...ugh! I bought it on blu-ray the day it got released and I still own the film, but I tried 3 times and didn't finish the movie a second time yet.
9:51AM on 04/14/2016
I agree I think Iron Man 3 is terrible. It bothers me how there are like 200 Iron Man suits at the end. It's got a strange flow and I really didn't enjoy Guy Pierce as a villain like I thought I would. Knee of my last favorite Marvel movies for sure.
I agree I think Iron Man 3 is terrible. It bothers me how there are like 200 Iron Man suits at the end. It's got a strange flow and I really didn't enjoy Guy Pierce as a villain like I thought I would. Knee of my last favorite Marvel movies for sure.
9:54AM on 04/14/2016
I also love Winter Soldier but I always get bothered by the stupid later/plasma know Nick Fury uses to escape that intense first encounter with The Winter Soldier. He cuts a damn hole into the ground and escapes.... Come on. That's the definition of plot convenience!!!
I also love Winter Soldier but I always get bothered by the stupid later/plasma know Nick Fury uses to escape that intense first encounter with The Winter Soldier. He cuts a damn hole into the ground and escapes.... Come on. That's the definition of plot convenience!!!
11:31PM on 04/13/2016
Pay Attention DC. Take lots of notes.
Pay Attention DC. Take lots of notes.
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10:20PM on 04/13/2016
I trust in Empire review. Heck, Civil War might even be better than The Winter Soldier.
I trust in Empire review. Heck, Civil War might even be better than The Winter Soldier.
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9:30PM on 04/13/2016
Well goddammit, that all sounds just fantastic. Color me super stoked.
Well goddammit, that all sounds just fantastic. Color me super stoked.
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9:28PM on 04/13/2016
It's as if the critics go into each new Marvel movie wearing blinders. Where are some of the reviews that claimed this film has some of the same problems as BVS? The film may indeed be very good, but I guarantee you the same scrutiny critics showed against BVS will not be applied here. Plot holes will be forgiven for the sake of spectacle, which makes you wonder why it didn't go that way with DC.
It's as if the critics go into each new Marvel movie wearing blinders. Where are some of the reviews that claimed this film has some of the same problems as BVS? The film may indeed be very good, but I guarantee you the same scrutiny critics showed against BVS will not be applied here. Plot holes will be forgiven for the sake of spectacle, which makes you wonder why it didn't go that way with DC.
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9:45PM on 04/13/2016
I am already reading reviews that state this movie has the same issues that BvS had, but it's okay apparently. Because the movie is fun.I am not a fan one way or the other. Overall, I thought BvS was 7/10. But I don't understand the "attack" or trend of hate DC got, but Marvel is forgiven. Not hating...it's just odd.
I am already reading reviews that state this movie has the same issues that BvS had, but it's okay apparently. Because the movie is fun.I am not a fan one way or the other. Overall, I thought BvS was 7/10. But I don't understand the "attack" or trend of hate DC got, but Marvel is forgiven. Not hating...it's just odd.
9:46PM on 04/13/2016
Couldn't agree more. Prepare for the down votes though.
Couldn't agree more. Prepare for the down votes though.
10:10PM on 04/13/2016
Just read through every review on rotten tomatoes and not a single one of them compared or even mentioned BvS. This movie was marketed better and it had a much better set up. Also I don't think the critics were wearing blinders. Not when it has a 100% that doesn't happen. You know, it might just be a good movie and you DC fanboy bitches just need to come to terms with the fact the Snyder and his team missed a great opportunity to bring the two most iconic comic book characters to the big
Just read through every review on rotten tomatoes and not a single one of them compared or even mentioned BvS. This movie was marketed better and it had a much better set up. Also I don't think the critics were wearing blinders. Not when it has a 100% that doesn't happen. You know, it might just be a good movie and you DC fanboy bitches just need to come to terms with the fact the Snyder and his team missed a great opportunity to bring the two most iconic comic book characters to the big screen.
11:13PM on 04/13/2016
Bvs had some pretty major plot holes. Like batman completely abandoning his entire motivation for the entire movie, everything that had guided him to that point because of his mother's name? That is not a plot device that can be excused.
Bvs had some pretty major plot holes. Like batman completely abandoning his entire motivation for the entire movie, everything that had guided him to that point because of his mother's name? That is not a plot device that can be excused.
11:26PM on 04/13/2016
BvS has genuine problems. Everyone except the most ardent fanboy knows and admits that.
Just because CW may not does not mean there are different standards applied by critics - it means there are different standards applied by the studios. One set of standards makes compelling films, the other makes BVS.

It's sad WB have screwed DC up, it truly is. I don't like comics and wanted both to succeed. But accusing reviewers of bias because they didn't like your franchise makes you sound very
BvS has genuine problems. Everyone except the most ardent fanboy knows and admits that.
Just because CW may not does not mean there are different standards applied by critics - it means there are different standards applied by the studios. One set of standards makes compelling films, the other makes BVS.

It's sad WB have screwed DC up, it truly is. I don't like comics and wanted both to succeed. But accusing reviewers of bias because they didn't like your franchise makes you sound very churlish.

Let's all just enjoy the fun movies and hope the bad ones force the studios to learn & try harder.
1:23AM on 04/14/2016
Yep. As above. Baffling that this comparison has to keep getting made and that people argue so hard for mediocre film making. Demand better for your DC movies! I want to see greatness from WB. In the meantime this article is about Marvel and Civil War! Sounds like it's gonna be fantastic! Surely that's GREAT! Slaps forehead. Why so disappointed?!?!?! Is like you're demanding mediocrity.
Yep. As above. Baffling that this comparison has to keep getting made and that people argue so hard for mediocre film making. Demand better for your DC movies! I want to see greatness from WB. In the meantime this article is about Marvel and Civil War! Sounds like it's gonna be fantastic! Surely that's GREAT! Slaps forehead. Why so disappointed?!?!?! Is like you're demanding mediocrity.
6:30AM on 04/14/2016
Call me crazy, but I didn't think BVS was mediocre. I quite liked it, despite the flaws and the fact that it's definitely not the best comic movie produced, but the hate is downright puzzling. It is nowhere near as bad as people have made it out to be. Also didn't have a problem with certain things that would drive other fans mad, like the Batman killing issue. Their Batman was a broken one, over the edge and detached from years of crime fighting. I like to think Supeman helped right Batman's
Call me crazy, but I didn't think BVS was mediocre. I quite liked it, despite the flaws and the fact that it's definitely not the best comic movie produced, but the hate is downright puzzling. It is nowhere near as bad as people have made it out to be. Also didn't have a problem with certain things that would drive other fans mad, like the Batman killing issue. Their Batman was a broken one, over the edge and detached from years of crime fighting. I like to think Supeman helped right Batman's outlook with the heroism he displayed at the end of the movie and the connection he felt to him when he realized he was, despite his powers, just a man. As for the 100 percent on RT and lack of the reviews I mentioned, maybe they will appear soon?
6:39AM on 04/14/2016
The key difference is fun. When a film is fun to watch, a lot can be forgiven. When you have spectacle that truly lives up to it's praise, you can forgiven some contrivances. But when a film is nothing but story and acting and drama, then you're forced to fixate on the negative aspects of it when they shine. The problem with BvS, the thing that Civil War has that BvS didn't is the fun factor. Not only does Civil War apparently have a successful story, but it also has a heavy dose of fun and
The key difference is fun. When a film is fun to watch, a lot can be forgiven. When you have spectacle that truly lives up to it's praise, you can forgiven some contrivances. But when a film is nothing but story and acting and drama, then you're forced to fixate on the negative aspects of it when they shine. The problem with BvS, the thing that Civil War has that BvS didn't is the fun factor. Not only does Civil War apparently have a successful story, but it also has a heavy dose of fun and excitement. The film could certainly have plot holes and it will have it's fair share of critique and negatives, but if the action is as solid as the previous films and the acting and script are praiseworthy, then those things can be forgiven.
6:39AM on 04/14/2016
The key difference is fun. When a film is fun to watch, a lot can be forgiven. When you have spectacle that truly lives up to it's praise, you can forgiven some contrivances. But when a film is nothing but story and acting and drama, then you're forced to fixate on the negative aspects of it when they shine. The problem with BvS, the thing that Civil War has that BvS didn't is the fun factor. Not only does Civil War apparently have a successful story, but it also has a heavy dose of fun and
The key difference is fun. When a film is fun to watch, a lot can be forgiven. When you have spectacle that truly lives up to it's praise, you can forgiven some contrivances. But when a film is nothing but story and acting and drama, then you're forced to fixate on the negative aspects of it when they shine. The problem with BvS, the thing that Civil War has that BvS didn't is the fun factor. Not only does Civil War apparently have a successful story, but it also has a heavy dose of fun and excitement. The film could certainly have plot holes and it will have it's fair share of critique and negatives, but if the action is as solid as the previous films and the acting and script are praiseworthy, then those things can be forgiven.
10:04AM on 04/14/2016
I thought Batman v Superman was plenty of fun to watch. Bruce and Diana playing cat and mouse, trying to see Lois Lane's nipples, watching Batman their a car into another car with the Batmobile, seeing The Dark Knight Returns fight scene brought to life on screen, seeing probably the best Wayne Murder sequences on screen, watching Batman brutalize a whole room full of armed men! There is plenty of fun in the movie so feel free to jump off the band wagon whenever you feel like it.
I thought Batman v Superman was plenty of fun to watch. Bruce and Diana playing cat and mouse, trying to see Lois Lane's nipples, watching Batman their a car into another car with the Batmobile, seeing The Dark Knight Returns fight scene brought to life on screen, seeing probably the best Wayne Murder sequences on screen, watching Batman brutalize a whole room full of armed men! There is plenty of fun in the movie so feel free to jump off the band wagon whenever you feel like it.
8:47PM on 04/13/2016
Just remember the first reviews for BatsVSupes were all thumbs up .........That`s all i got.
Ps:This will actually be awesome and worth a second watch.
Just remember the first reviews for BatsVSupes were all thumbs up .........That`s all i got.
Ps:This will actually be awesome and worth a second watch.
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9:59PM on 04/13/2016
Those reviews were from regular movie-goers. This if from the cream of the crop.
Those reviews were from regular movie-goers. This if from the cream of the crop.
10:00PM on 04/13/2016
No, no they weren't. You are referring to the twitter blitz from the public that screened the movie during the premiere.
No, no they weren't. You are referring to the twitter blitz from the public that screened the movie during the premiere.
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8:44PM on 04/13/2016
Maybe I'm on the minority, but I feel that having Spider-man (Especially the kid version) in this battle kills the stakes that they've raised. It virtually eliminates the threat between both sides and turns the whole fight into a circus. C'mon we all know they'll eventually set aside their differences and fight a bigger enemy. Still the movie looks like fun.
Maybe I'm on the minority, but I feel that having Spider-man (Especially the kid version) in this battle kills the stakes that they've raised. It virtually eliminates the threat between both sides and turns the whole fight into a circus. C'mon we all know they'll eventually set aside their differences and fight a bigger enemy. Still the movie looks like fun.
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8:52PM on 04/13/2016
Caps will think twice to lay a hand on a kid..
Caps will think twice to lay a hand on a kid..
9:04PM on 04/13/2016
or Iron man dies??
or Iron man dies??
11:59PM on 04/13/2016
Pazuzu. Hopefully you have wised up and won't spoil this movie like you did with BvS when it's released.
Pazuzu. Hopefully you have wised up and won't spoil this movie like you did with BvS when it's released.
8:02AM on 04/14/2016
@The_Holiest - I just did. Oops.
@The_Holiest - I just did. Oops.
8:38PM on 04/13/2016
Im still watching this with low expectations..
Im still watching this with low expectations..
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8:40PM on 04/13/2016
Same here. The previews looks good, but I'm skeptic.
Same here. The previews looks good, but I'm skeptic.
1:30AM on 04/14/2016
Sigh. Throws hands in the air. Isn't that a bit pessimistic given that reviews are overwhelmingly good thus far?
Sigh. Throws hands in the air. Isn't that a bit pessimistic given that reviews are overwhelmingly good thus far?
4:07AM on 04/14/2016
Iron Man 3 got very positive reviews and the trailers looked great and I left the cinema highly disappointed! so I am also keep my expectations low for this wine...but I think it'll be good
Iron Man 3 got very positive reviews and the trailers looked great and I left the cinema highly disappointed! so I am also keep my expectations low for this wine...but I think it'll be good
8:19PM on 04/13/2016
Very excited and satisfied to read the highly positive reviews and to know that it's a much overall improvement over Age of Ultron in terms of scope, story, and juggling character's storylines/arcs properly so that each character has their chance to shine.

And I'm sure Holland is fantastic as Parker/Spider Man, but I think I'll wait until after I see his first solo film to declare is he's the best interpretation thus far.

But with this and the equally awesome looking Doctor Strange,
Very excited and satisfied to read the highly positive reviews and to know that it's a much overall improvement over Age of Ultron in terms of scope, story, and juggling character's storylines/arcs properly so that each character has their chance to shine.

And I'm sure Holland is fantastic as Parker/Spider Man, but I think I'll wait until after I see his first solo film to declare is he's the best interpretation thus far.

But with this and the equally awesome looking Doctor Strange, Phase Three looks to be off to a great start.
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8:43PM on 04/13/2016
If this movie is really as good as the critics say..Then this is a stepping stone for the Brothers on making the Infiinity War..
If this movie is really as good as the critics say..Then this is a stepping stone for the Brothers on making the Infiinity War..
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