Captain America: Civil War
Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
Kevin Feige, Christoph Fisser
Marvel Studios, Marvel Entertainment,
Political interference in the Avenger's activities causes a rift between former allies Captain America and Iron Man.
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While one part of the world is grappling with 'Who watches the watchmen?' style dilemma, the others have discovered that someone is bent upon undermining their world. This is an action-filled movie with crackling dialog and ethical dilemmas presented so well, you are forced to take sides. Brilliant watch!
(Manisha Lakhe-NOWRUNNING) Read Full Review
What happens after superheroes do their superdeeds, vanquish the baddies and head home for a quiet supper? People count their dead. It seems governments of the world (and audience) can look away no more. In Captain America: Civil War, collateral damage not only catches up with the Avengers, it divides them in the middle.
Avenger fights Avenger, audience wins...
(Jyoti Sharma Bawa-hindustantimes.com) Read Full Review
Captain America: Civil War is among Marvel's best offerings so far. The film deals with many plotlines and while that does work against it at certain points, more often than not, Civil War is hugely satisfying. For an Avengers fan, the film is one colossal orgasm. The fight scenes are stunning and really well done.
(Ananya Bhattacharya-India Today) Read Full Review
Captain America: Civil War is the best Marvel Studios movie yet. It’s even bolder that the conflict at the film’s heart doesn’t pander to genre convention and become sidetracked by a grandstanding supervillain plot. And this is the second way Civil War earns our ‘Greatest Marvel Yet’ accolade: by rising above the series’ greatest weakness.
(Dan Jolin-Empire) Read Full Review
“Captain America: Civil War” does not in any way transcend the conventions of the genre. On the contrary: It succeeds because it doesn’t really try. It’s not so much a grand science-fiction saga, or even a series of action-adventure movies, as a very expensive, perpetually renewed workplace sitcom.
(A.O. Scott-The New York Times) Read Full Review
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Chris Evans as Captain America—with that retro-patriotic turtle-shell of a shield strapped on his back, and muscles sculpted into the exaggerated proportions of a parade balloon—looks completely ridiculous.
(Stephanie Zacharek -time.com) Read Full Review