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  • The Winter Soldier is the best action film out of the whole Marvel movie universe so far, with no exceptions
  • If that was all that this film did well, that would already be more than enough for me to be able to highly recommend it
  • It looks like the simple, boring option is always to show their partnership as a potential romantic or sexual entanglement, but there is not even a single hint of that throughout the movie
  • Suffice it to say the scale of this movie is definitely remarkable, the excitement is unrelenting, and the story manages to seriously shake up the power structure of the complete Marvel motion picture universe
  • In my opinion there are a few legitimate questions regarding our very own present-day surveillance state brought up by the movie, however it didn't feel like somebody tried to stuff in a political metaphor like it did with other new movies

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      1st and foremost, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is the best action film out of the whole Marvel movie universe so far, with no exceptions. Just in terms of sheer impact, choreography, execution, clarity of geography and did I mention impact? Because WOW was this film good!. If that was all that this film did well, that would already be more than enough for me to be able to highly recommend it.

      Other than that; however, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is a fantastic work of pop entertainment; clever as well as highly engaging plus with a spectacular celebrity lead performance by Chris Evans and the best overall supporting cast in any of the Marvel movies when it comes to everyone getting something substantial to perform and everybody being scripted to an extent where they’re playing people and not just types.

      It was a wise decision to have Natasha Romanoff otherwise known as Black Widow aka Scarlett Johansson matched up with the Captain for the the vast majority of the film. She has a unique outlook on the sort of work they carry out, as well as a completely different backstory. Juxtaposing the heroism of this pair along with their methods, brings about an entertaining tension, particularly when things truly begin moving along.

      During that 1st large set-piece, there’s two main, distinct threads being followed. 1st, you have


      the actual military mission, where they are required to set free the S.H.I.E.L.D. ship that’s been taken by pirates headed by Georges Batroc (Georges St-Pierre) as well as save the hostages on-board. Following the Captain throughout the ship, eliminating essentially the whole crew singlehandedly, it really is very clear straight away that directors Joe and Anthony Russo come with a talent for comic book action, the up-close bone-shattering kind. Cap is really a wrecking crew during this movie. This guy just isn’t shy about operating a throwing knife or even basically smashing a sternum with a strike of his shield. He has a duty, and when it depends on it, the strike team that were sent with him, pull their triggers and take out the pirates.

      The second thread is mostly a playful yet sincere banter where Natasha wants to work out who she could set Steve up with, because she believes that he needs that kind of relationship in his life. They play it for the laughs, but there is a little something beneath it all that feels very real, and it’s cool that Natasha just isn’t an option herself. It looks like the simple, boring option is always to show their partnership as a potential romantic or sexual entanglement, but there is not even a single hint of that throughout the movie. Besides, Steve’s sentiments about Peggy Carter (Haley Atwell) continue to be fresh for him, and if there’s any scenario that haunts him, it’s the loss of a full lifetime together with her. Evans and Johansson have awesome chemistry, and any scene that is only the 2 of them chatting is really a big success.

      There isn’t a lot of time for this, though. Once they return to DC, it becomes evident that Natasha was directed to recover more than just the hostages, and whatever she had taken from the ship triggers a string of events that manages to ensnare Nick Fury, Maria Hill, Alexander Pierce, the guy above Fury in the chain of command, (played by no less than the great Robert Redford). This isn’t an instance of somebody coming by to grab a paycheck. Pierce is a real character, and Redford’s excellent at playing him.

      Suffice it to say the scale of this movie is definitely remarkable, the excitement is unrelenting, and the story manages to seriously shake up the power structure of the complete Marvel motion picture universe. This isn’t a movie created to retain the status quo. It’s a movie filled with huge choices designed to have a huge effect on any other movie that’s still waiting to be completed. The Russos ended up being a motivated decision, and the outcome is a motion picture that ranks very close ...


      • Captain America: The Winter Soldier , movie by the Rosso brothers
      to the top of the list out of all movies produced by Marvel to date.

      I seriously like what they offer Nick Fury to perform in this movie, and I think that Samuel Jackson realizes they’re offering him a huge role this time around. He’s awesome in the movie, and watching Fury have to endure no longer being the guy pulling all the strings is intriguing. It makes him finally seem like a character rather than just another name.

      You will find two post-credits scenes here. The 1st ended up being directed by Joss Whedon, and it’s essentially a link to the starting sequence of “Avengers: Age Of Ultron,” presenting Baron Von Strucker and 2 more brand-new characters. Next there’s a scene right at the very conclusion of the entire movie that just puts a great shine on this movie’s plot. You should definitely stay for both!

      Really the only concern I’ve got about the movie is identical to the issue that I had with “Iron Man 3.” Once you’ve recognized that Thor, Captain America, Iron Man as well as the the Hulk all found in the same world, then chances are you cannot help but question the reason why Captain America is unable to get in touch with Tony Stark to ask for assistance. There is a scene in the movie in which Steve and Natasha seek

      out Sam Wilson for assistance and they tell him that: “Everybody we know is trying to kill us.” Clearly though, that’s not the case. Iron Man’s not trying to kill them, and it looks like he’d be of great help to them. I get it that you’d like to save the team-ups for the Avengers movies, but still, it might be cool to at the very least recognize that there is a reason you simply can’t bring all of them together to resolve this challenge.

      In my opinion there are a few legitimate questions regarding our very own present-day surveillance state brought up by the movie, however it didn’t feel like somebody tried to stuff in a political metaphor like it did with other new movies. This movie is tightly plotted, and once the ultimate threat is uncovered, it is a truly ugly, frightening thought. Assuming this is the way Marvel intends to handle Captain America movies going forward, I’m hoping we get many more of them.

      Yet again, Marvel came out with a marvel. “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is an enormous success on their behalf on a story level, as well as a captivating provocation to anybody producing Marvel films set following this one. As for anyone out there looking for a new movie to watch but not sure what to go for, this is the movie for you.




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