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Marvel's [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409) is continuation of the Captain America Franchise, coming of there critically acclaimed likability and success of Captain America: Winter Soldier, the Russo Brothers return with this much larger sequel that not only has the returning cast with the acceptation of Samuel L. Jackson but also have a big church of the newly formed factions and cast from The Avengers: Age of Ultron!

I must say that that Captain America: Civil War manages to pull of the impossible in one big way, making this the perfect fusion with it being a true Captain America movie with elements of Winter Solider but also an Avenger film in its own right too with amazing Action, Fights, and showmanship of each of the Heroes! Chris Evans () & Robert Downy Jr. () just shine in there scenes together and by the end of the movie it brings really volume to the construed ideals that lay conflicts that are really make real the causes this war. But the stand outs are Chadwick Bosemen's (Black Panther) and Tom Halland's (Spider-man) both of these characters are new comers to the Marvel Cinematic Universe but in Civil War they just thrive, lighting up every sequence that they were in and with T'Challa played by Bosemen; his character has a lot more significance that eluded to in the Trailers before. Even characters like Vision played by (Paul Bellany), Scarlet Witch played by (Elizabeth Olsen) have a lot more to do on the dramatic and acting moments in this movie.

But there are so many stand outs in this movie and they utilize them so well, it makes things clouded in terms of who is the protagonist and who is the antagonist because everyone is justified and I loved that about the film. Unfortunately where things do hold of is the actual antagonist by that was played by Daniel Bruhl. Bruhl plays a very interesting villain that interweaves himself in this War and really comes up with some amazing ideas and intriguing plans that really kind of loss scope by the 3rd act and some things that happen really made you realize that he could have been left for another movie. In addition because of this being a War there are moments of sadness and dis spare that your really do feel, but at times you feel like that retreat from that and hold back on how hard they could really gut check us in the heart. Only time will tell how the events of the Third Act will play a role in The Avengers: Infinity Wars moving into Phase 3.

All and all the Captain America: Civil War now ranks of one of the Top 3 Marvel Films I've seen since the MCU run and for me stands at a 9.0 out of 10! Highly recommend you check out this epic film upon its release May 6th, 2016...

Synopsis: Political interference in the Avengers' activities causes a rift between former allies Captain America and Iron Man.

Writers: Christopher Markus (screenplay), Stephen McFeely (screenplay)

Cast: Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Elizabeth Olsen, Chadwick Boseman, Paul Bellamy, Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie

Directors: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo

Music by: MusicMike512



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