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Even if the jokes tend to get overlong, Louis C.K. pushes the boundaries of what's morally and socially acceptable to such an extreme degree that you will vicariously judge yourself for laughing aloud as you judge C.K. for his punchlines. In other words, it's as if he never left.
A Marvel film shouldn't ever feel like a chore to watch, and unfortunately this bland reskin of every other introductory-hero film in the MCU is most certainly the most uninspired of the lot. Doubled by one distractingly tone deaf performance by Brie Larson. Captain Marvel is not an awful film; it's just not a very good film whatsoever.
Propelled by a captivating John Wick-esk performance by Hemsworth preforming most of his own fight choreography --spectacularly filmed for the most part-- and a decently well engaged plot by Joe Russo, Extraction is definitely the best outcome for an action movie with such a generic title.
Amazingly, it's remarkably better than not only its two dizzying predecessors but significantly better than most actual summertime blockbuster action movies.