CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER (3D)

Film Reviews

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DIRECTOR: Joe Johnson

May Contain Spoilers!

Since Iron Man in 2008, The Avenger’s franchise has been building up momentum and this is the final act before the big one. Captain America, possibly one of the hardest sells in the comic world these days, is in the hands of Joe Johnson. The tone is good, set in World War II, in a setting where abject patriotism isn’t out-of-place, whilst not making the character a cliché as such, and not falling into the trap laid by Team America: World Police (2004).

Chris Evans takes the shield as a very neatly done CGI Steve Rogers, made to look small and weak until he is irradiated to become the muscle-bound hero. First he’s a marketing tool, then a real WWII hero, fighting an even MORE evil faction of Germans than Adolf Hitler’s NAZIs, led by Hugo Weaving

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