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In Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), there are 2 types of movie you can find: the stand-alone one where an adventure is of one superhero only and the team-up one where you can find heroes gathering in an adventure ending up changing the shape of the MCU. However, everything has an exception; and Captain American Civil War full movie (or Civil War in short) is MCU’s that one exception. It is a combination of two, an adventure of Steve Roger as Captain American with other heroes showing up that re-shapes the MCU.
Despite of being different from the other MCU’s movie, Captain American Civil War movie online continues the tradition of successfully juggling a number of different storytelling and character responsibilities, resulting in an epic tale that feels incredibly intimate and puts the loyalties and ethics of the Avengers into the test. Similar to other MCU’s movies, it’s loosely based on the comic arc of the same name but still capturing the intent and tone of characters while adapting it to the ongoing canon of Marvel’s screen counterparts.
Some awsome fight scenes may you love here:
Captain American Civil War opens with the current Avengers team including Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) tracking down Crossbones (Frank Grillo) in Lagos. Things are going well until Crossbones decides to suicide just to get Cap along with him, and Scarlet Witch tries her best to stop the explosion but fail. The destruction makes King of Wakanda bringing up the issue of superheroes acting out-of-government control, and the world governments seems to have enough of destruction left behind Avengers’s victory. The team is presented with the Sokovia Accords, a seemingly reasonable but subtly invasive agreement that “enhanced humans” must be kept under close supervision. Cap isn’t happy with that, but Tony (Iron man) thinks the accord is for everyone’s good. This sets the stage for a widening and dangerous rift between the heroes, and the situation gets more tension and complicated when we find out that Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), a.k.a Bucky Barnes – one-time friend of Captain America, killed Tony’s parents under the control of Hydra. Cap wants to protect him while Tony seeks for revenge.
Captain American Civil War is Marvel’s longest movie yet, at just under two and a half hours, filled with complicated plot, but it never drags and it never feels overstuffed. The introductions of both Peter Parker/Spider-Man and T’Challa/Black Panther are especially handled with care. T’Challa has a major role to play in the film, while Spidey’s screen time is more limited, yet neither feels jimmied into the story the way like Black Widow did in Iron Man 2.
Talking about Captain American Civil War without mention about its fighting scene is a great miss. Action is amazingly thrill throughout the movie. From the beginning with Crossbones sequence to the chasing Bucky sequence then the great battle in the airport. Speaking of which, the battle in the airport is jaw-dropping, it’s so real, what a highlight of MCU’s movies. The Russos have added another level of pain to the movie’s central conflict with their style of action and violence.
In the movie, there is not only a band of morose, gloomy, reluctant good guys, plenty of humor in the movie can be found as well, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have doubts or get hurt even as they perform their duties without question or hesitation.
Like any MCU movies, heroes in Captain American Civil War are real, not a motion version of empty action figures; and they’re the reason the MCU has gone from success to success while other superhero franchises have stumbled or stalled. There are some large-scale changes and challenges coming to the MCU, but it’s always been personal for these people, and it will hopefully continue to be. Let’s enjoy some scenes in this movie here: