Deaf critic movie review of Captain America: Civil War
May 7, 2016
Captain America: Civil War is one of the most anticipated movies of 2016. And it lives up to its reputation. The movie starts with Captain America (Steve Rogers) leading a team of Avengers on a mission in Africa, which results in the death of innocent civilians.
Following this incident, the UN (United Nations) decides to bring the Avengers under their control and the decision is supported by Iron Man (Tony Stark). This idea creates dispute within the Avengers and the team gets divided. Captain America also has to protect his friend, the Winter Soldier (Bucky Barnes). Black Panther, Ant-Man and Spider-Man are a welcome addition in the movie and they help the story progress. Baron Zemo is another character whose motives remain unclear till the end. The airport scene is one of the best scenes in the history of comic book movie genre.
The movie is completely action packed and it keeps the audience stuck to their seats till the end. The addition of humour and emotions help the characters grow. Overall, the movie completes one of the greatest superhero trilogies of all time.
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