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Captain America: Civil War Reviews

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September 20, 2018
It's a MCU movie. What more is there to say?
½ September 18, 2018
(93/100)
Captain America: Civil War has some very serious and interesting themes. The Sokovia Accords are a great way to divide The Avengers and to cause a conflict. Zemo (Daniel Brühl) is a very interesting villain and delivers some great thoughts for The Avengers to deal with. SPOILERS AHEAD: The conflict Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) have is very compelling, you want both sides to win but you know both sides can't win. When you think the conflict is over and everything is settled a major plot twist brings everything to its knees again. Causing Bucky (Sebastian Stan) to actually be a real enemy to Tony (Robert Downey Jr.). Sometimes the CGI was wobbly (especially on the airport) but it wasn't too obvious. All the actors delivered great performances and great chemistry, for a movie centered around Captain America (Steve Rogers) I didn't mind all the characters being on screen. Captain America: Civil War is, I think, better than Marvel's The Avengers (2012) and the second best in the MCU so far.
September 10, 2018
Instead of a proper third Captain America installment to follow up The First Avenger and The Winter Soldier, we get yet another "Avengers Junior" film that feels like nothing more than a gigantic Phase Three trailer and it is only saved by Boseman's Black Panther. Marvel's Civil War is a Civil Bore.
September 8, 2018
Hands down my favorite so far
September 7, 2018
Captain America: Civil War was a great Marvel movie and a great movie in general. It's fun for the whole family. The story was great and the acting was also great. Chris Evans was great as Captain America, and Robert Downey Jr. was great and Iron Man and the rest of the actors and actresses were great. This was the first Marvel Cinematic Universe to feature Spider-Man, and Tom Holland was great as Spider-Man.
½ September 3, 2018
just another waste of time.
August 29, 2018
Marvel Movie Sensory Overload Hits High Note.
½ August 25, 2018
This one was really close to be the best MCU movie, but then it just went in a very wrong direction that I really hated... And this very wrong thing is, the length.
I think that it really wasn't necessarily to be 146 minutes, cause I was bored sometimes, and actually it's the same problem with most of the MCU movies.

The roles -as always- for me aren't good, the performance of most of the cast is very poor! Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow is bad as always, Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier is getting worse every movie, Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa/Black Panther WAS totally a fake-act and Chris Evans as Steve Rogers/Captain America is ridiculously serious as always.

But some roles I really adored, and comes in number one Paul Rudd as Scott Lang/Ant-Man as always, then Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Paul Bettany as Vision, Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson/Falcon.
The others were equal to me.

The action sequence was really epic, the CGI was stunning too, it had a slight sense of humor and the story was iconic!

Captain America: Civil War is definitely a great, stunning, epic and unwell-ed most of the performances movie!
August 25, 2018
Totally contrived and stupid plot just to make the good guys fight each other. This is something Marvel seems to be obsessed with.

Remember the Avengers fighting each other in the first Avengers movie? Hulk fought Thor. Black Widow fought Hawkeye. Thor and Iron Man fought until Captain America showed up and Thor brought the hammer down onto Cap's shield.

Remember Hulk vs Iron Man in the Hulkbuster armor in the second movie? Remember Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver fighting the Avengers before joining the Avengers themselves?

Star Lord, Gamora, Rocket, and Groot fight each other in Guardians of the Galaxy before they become friends.

Iron Man and War Machine fight in Iron Man 2.

Thor fights Hulk yet again in Thor: Ragnarok.

Daredevil fights Punisher in the Netflix Daredevil series. Jessica Jones fights Luke Cage in Jessica Jones. Iron Fist fights Luke Cage in the Defenders. And so on.

This movie continues Marvel's obsession with forcing the good guys fight each other. Captain America, Iron Man, Bucky, Falcon, War Machine, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Ant-Man, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Scarlet Witch -- they all fight each other.

There are some lame, cringeworthy attempts at humor while the good guys fight each other, undermining the seriousness of the whole thing. The only casualty due to all this fighting is one of the black guys, War Machine. No one cared about him anyway and he doesn't even die. Robert Downey Jr. just phones it in these days because he knows no one who watches these comic book movies has a brain.
½ August 23, 2018
Captain America: Civil War not only settles vital moral debates amongst its stellar cast but also assists in setting up future installments and define a new direction for the franchise.
August 17, 2018
Well written and directed, Captain America: Civil War is the best movie of the trilogy Captain America
August 14, 2018
Action sequences superb
½ August 12, 2018
Incredible! My favorite superheroes fighting against each other is awesome. The new characters in this movie are the best, with the action being amazing. One of the best marvel movies ever.
½ August 8, 2018
Funny scenes,dramatic moments and overall a great movie
August 7, 2018
Amazing. Very engaging and lots of action. Very emotionally invested.
August 7, 2018
This movie was amazing! This had so much action and I loved seeing the superheroes fight the entire time. I was always wondering who was going to win. Also, I love that spider man's here! The part where he take's Captain America's shield is priceless. This was my favorite movie!!!
August 5, 2018
buena historia,muy bien realizada,personajes con un humor picaron pero sin salirse del contexto,personajes muy bien elaborados y con sus características de los cómics algo digno de ver .
August 4, 2018
after ant-man showed one scene
½ July 31, 2018
Captain America: Civil War is a movie which focuses on the fact that there are civilian deads when the Avengers take the matter in their own hand. The fact is however, that the 'hero', Captain America, who is created to protect the country, does not listen and keeps dropping civialian bodies. In an attempt to soften the load and make sure for the audience that Cap is actually the good guy, the two 'hero' teams of Cap and Iron Man fight, in an attempt of Iron Man to stop Cap from dropping more casualties. The plot of the movie is completely ruined when in this fight nobody dies, and Cap gets off without a scratch. This makes you wonder where everybody's intentions lie, and whether anyone of the 'heroes' actually cares about 'the people' (civilians) there are trying to protect by fighting in the first place. In a matter of easing the pain, during the fight, War Machine drops down to earth when his suit dies, but even he gets out without dying from the drop. As a spectator, this makes you gringe so hard, why is there no parachute? The movie is ended with one last fight in which nobody does (again), and when you start to wonder where this movie begun, you begin to wonder what has changed in Marvel universe in this movie. After you realized that there has changed nothing, you wonder where 2.5 hours of your life have gone to, and that you will never get them back.
July 28, 2018
To call this movie thought provoking is an insult to well written works with actual substance put into them. The movie looks lifeless in its cinematography. Any actual interesting dialogue about morals and politics was put on hold and never brought up again so there could be a team vs team battle royale. Why couldn't they have just talked about their issues? This isn't f***ing high school. But then again, but every action story can be as interesting as Fate/Zero. Don't watch this movie, it does nothing interesting and unique in the slightest. [2/10]
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