I got a group of ten friends and showed up hours early with Captain America merchandise and enough caffeine to stay up through Lord of the Rings in its entirety. And I honestly had high expectations. No character development, no plot development, and no emotional development. Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter Is decent in the movie I enjoy her she did a good performance and she was likeable. I was left wondering whether it was a good idea to introduce it in the first place.
Ah, sacrifice worked so well in The Dark Knight! I imagine the superhero formula is more difficult to pull off than it might appear, and this movie fails yet again. It's allowed to take liberties. Tetapi menjadi Kapten Amerika harus dibayar mahal ketika ia mencoba untuk menjatuhkan penjual perang dan organisasi teroris. For one, he really doesn't need to. The sets were nice, and the other stars filled their roles well. Red Skull wants to dominate the world harnessing the power of the magical object known as the Tesseract. After giving him a dose of Suder-Soldier serum his body entirely turn into a powerful man.
Nose dive into the ice caps. I'd rather get it weaved in through the narrative of the story rather than get a huge text dump or just have characters talking for half an hour about everything they've ever done. Erskine recruits him for the secret Project Rebirth. I liked the idea of the idealistic but physically weak protagonist who was impossibly patriotic, but beyond that the movie completely fails. On top of that he can take Cap in a fight fairly evenly. It is largely silly and boring. Red Skull is apparently possessed with powers similar to Captain America, but also has at his disposal an army of minions with very advanced and largely unexplained technology weapons.
You could see the chemistry between Steve and Peggy right away, but it just kind of sat there until, all of a sudden, love! I also wasn't sure what was going on at times. Also, he's the main character. This film was average at best. That, along with generic and easily forgettable scoring. Erskine recruits him for the secret Project Rebirth.
Hugo Weaving a great actor who manages to give his character some, well, character plays a downright cheesy, sappy, crazy, and so un-menacing-its-not-even-funny chum nicknamed Red Skull. Editing is good for the most part, but I am not a fan of the montage in the middle of the film that makes the entire war campaign whiz by. And it almost worked here. Marvel Studios is not preparing well for The Avengers. The movie is a good start and a good decent origin story about Captain America how he become a superhero.
And so we've arrived at Red Skull's death. I guess I don't get it. Any comic-book reader would probably appreciate the ironies and idiosyncrasies behind such ostentatiously patriotic code-name, mostly because in print Cap has challenged the assumptions behind his symbolism, becoming a more conflicted and universal figure. Captain America has had 3 movies in the past, not counting some 1940s ones which can be excused for being good, that were so awful they make movies like Steel or Green Lantern look good. Chris Evans is Steve Rogers - Captain America his best acting performance I have eve seen on screen. However, I saw a lot of critiques for this movie that were negative.
And the dumb Hydra salute made me gag. I'm sorry, let me specify. The men can play a good evil villains his talented gifted actor. Based on this and Thor, I certainly am not stoked for its debut. Proving his extraordinary courage, wits and conscience, Rogers undergoes the experiment and his weak body is suddenly enhanced into the maximum human potential. This one was the most common and the stupidest in my opinion.
Captain America's shield certainly cannot shield everything, yet the protagonist is apparently completely immune to the effects of gunfire and laser blasts. I really wanted to like this movie. I had been looking forward to Captain America for about a year, and I decided to make it the first premiere I'd go to all summer. So what do you do? Music is appropriately upbeat and adventurous. Every time I heard this one it made me think these people have no suspension of disbelief and would complain that Iron Man is a terrible movie because the technology to build a flying robot suit doesn't exist yet.
I had my doubts that Chris Evans could pull off the modesty and heart needed for the role, but I was wrong. Steve was a good guy from the start, and he did go through an arc. Production value is high, featuring lots of good if not overly-slick sets, props, costumes and special effects. There's nothing more thrilling than watching the underdog getting the upper hand. Captain America is a great movie, showcasing one of the best Marvel has to offer and should be in the 7s or higher, not the 6s. That's a formula we've seen from box office hits to Scooby-Doo. .
I was unfortunate enough to catch a viewing of this, uh, film on its opening night. Also obvious is the cliche invincibility of the Captain. Now I understand differing opinions and all, but they all followed a formula and each one seemed like griping to the point it was just getting stupid. In the end, I'd say the film met my expectations, but never fully exceeded them. He has a back-story but it's weaved in throughout. I love the capture of Dr. I was well entertained, and the first half flowed nicely.