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Watch this movie with a large group of friends. That will get you a great movie and a fight over what team will win.
An oppressive tone can't keep down an otherwise deeply engaging and suspenseful character drama.
Easily the best of the Captain America trilogy! With no clear cut antagonist, although Helmut Zemo is an interesting villain, the disagreements between the Avengers over the Sokovia Accords is an interesting plot! The performances of Evans, Downey, Johansson, Renner, Bettany, Olsen, Cheadle, Mackie, Freeman, VanCamp, Boseman, Rudd, Kani, Holland, Tomei, Slattery and Brühl complete the film's story! The direction of Anthony and Joe Russo, writing of Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, visuals, score by Henry Jackman, the cinematography of Trent Opaloch, Editing skills of Jeffrey Ford and Matthew Schmidt, production design, and costumes are masterful!
Fantastic movie! I'm team Cap!
One of my favorite Movies in the MCU it has all my favorite hero's and it's even interesting if you don't know the full backstory.
great movie with some iconic scenes, and a great but not perfect story. I think its rating is perfect!
Second Fav Movie of All Time. Don’t even know how to begin, this movie is unbelievably well made
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The dialogue is outstanding, even fuller of subtext than usual, and stunning action sequences like the airport fight carried by the charm of the newly introduced Peter Parker and Ant Man, but the plot is still a little thin.
The framing of Bucky and Stark's parents' death seems so temporary. The true argument between Captain America and Iron Man, about supervision, seems mature for the Marvel movies, but still doesn't reach the depth of the fundamental moral divide between Professor X and Magneto.
Captain America: Civil War is spectacular, exciting and tons of fun--and Spider-Man rocks.
What an awesome movie. Steve Rogers is a man who stands for what he believes in, and sticking by promises made to friends back in the 1940's is one of those things. As a result, new friends become enemies and battle lines are drawn. All three Captain America movies have been enormously entertaining. If the comics could bottle this stuff, Cap would be a best seller all the time. Loved seeing Spider-Man enter this universe. This movie is gold.