Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps—one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability.
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I enjoy the Marcel output of recent years overall, but in comparison Civil War was somewhat underwhelming. For example, the great brawl at the airport looks great, but lacks any suspense, because there's nothing at stake, at least not their lives, and this time it's more obvious than ever. One of them only gets shot accidentally... With regular villains you can at least expect them to be fatally hurt. A lot seemed just ridiculous to me, and that must mean something in regard to a superhero movie! Well, in the end, it's an ok movie with some decent eye candy, but i guess Dr Strange will bei much more interesting. The Bluray is top notch, although i hoped for a much longer Gag reel. Just buy it already.
The end of this trilogy is in my opinion the best of 3. It has humor, it has depth and it's based on a comic book civil war out of 1996. The 3D could be better, it has some depth but it lacks the popping out, which makes you jump in your coach. Finally I have to mention the very good score of rotten tomatoes which underlines my statement.
I am not sure how all the fighting in the latest Captain America movie helps. Sure it does reveal the fundamental weakness of many of the comic book characters - they are there to just clobber stuff, mainly baddies, but here their team-mates. Bit like Brexit or Korea or US Presidential elections. And it does create a rift in the MCU that may be interesting in the next instalment. Although there are many new things in here - outlying characters get pulled in; existing characters develop and show increased abilities; yet another Spider-man finds life; death becomes a possibility for characters - it all gets caught up in one long, huge brawl. Remember old westerns always had a bar brawl in them? At a certain time in Hollywood's history cowboy bar brawls seemed to happen for fun. This almost has the same feel, but it just seems to keep on going the whole way through the film. The 3D version did not seem to enhance the action in any dramatic way. Perhaps I've gotten a bit jaded but this did seem a bit flat and the individuals gat swamped in the story arc. I lost a lot of sympathy for characters in this movie [on both sides]. Having said that it does rattle along at a hectic pace and the set pieces do explore new complexities of superpowers quite well and open up new areas of destruction. It's not very creative though is it?