Captain America: Civil War Receives High Praise

Posted 2016/03/06 8035 0

As we grow closer to the May 6, 2016, release of Captain America: Civil War, a preview of "Captain America: Civil War" unfinished version was screened early for some lucky spectators and the initial feedback from them is very positive.

With the official release date of the blockbuster Captain America: Civil War coming soon, Marvel secretly opened screening for the incomplete version of "Captain America: Civil War," and a few spectators were lucky to be there. The movie's content has not been permitted to disclose, but the initial assessment of the audiences about the movie is really positive.

According to Birth.Movies.Death, they were on hand to hear fan reactions and interview the people who took part in it and noted some similarities from their feedbacks. Not only did the recent viewing confirm that Civil War is not Avengers 2.5, but it also confirmed the content will center on Cap and Bucky. This is what Chris Evans has promised to fans not long ago.

Devin Faraci of Birth. Movies. Death. shared with us:

"That the movie is fully a sequel to The Winter Soldier. I've been telling you this for a while, but now that the film is finished it seems to be confirmed - this isn't Avengers 2.5, but rather Captain America 3, and it truly focuses on Cap and Bucky. I have been told that Spider-Man is great, and that the film doesn't waste time on retelling his origin. We all get it, and the movie just moves along. I've been told that Black Panther is phenomenal, and that Chadwick Boseman is a major addition to the MCU."

“This movie picks up the pieces of Avengers: Age of Ultron in surprising and human ways and makes us feel the true cost of Sokovia. And I've been told that the last half hour of the film is brutal, both physically and emotionally. One person told me that the last act plays out as an emotional horror movie because the film gives both Tony and Steve solid reasoning, and because it truly makes you feel the depths of this schism,” said Devin.

In fact, those positive feedbacks are not too surprising becase one month ago, some spectators from the previous screening also confirmed that the quality of Captain America: Civil War is extremely excellent.

Marvel recently launched many promotion images of the movie, one of which is the photo of Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa (Black Panther) without the superhero costume on. In addition, the promotion images of a toy brand inadvertently revealed that Ant-Man will certainly turn into Giant-Man in the movie.

When asked how the success of Deadpool will affect the movies of "Marvel Film Universe", Disney Chairman Bob Iger revealed that Marvel Studios isn’t planning any explicit films in the near future. This is not really a big surprise news because obviously Marvel is still very successful with their PG-13 movies. Marvel Studios isn’t putting R-rated content in theaters, but its Netflix TV shows aren’t exactly PG-13. “Marvel’s Daredevil” and “Marvel’s Jessica Jones” both have their fair share of violence, and “Jessica” had some racy sex scenes that would never make it into an MCU movie.

Now we are looking forward to 06/05/2016 when Captain America: Civil War hits the theaters to enjoy the movie and give the feedbacks ourselves.