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Captain America: Civil War

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Following the events of Age of Ultron, the collective governments of the world pass an act designed to regulate all superhuman activity. This polarizes opinion amongst the Avengers, causing two factions to side with Iron Man or Captain America, which causes an epic battle between former allies.

Release Date: May 6, 2016

406 Movie Reviews
  • atroit_avimimus
    atroit_avimimus11 days55 popcornFeatured
    It is one of the best movies to ever come out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, balancing engaging action set pieces and witty dialogue with intelligent character studies and ethical debates. The real key to Captain America: Civil War is its sense of inevitability, and its acceptance that sometimes things change-they change big. The many years and films that Marvel Studios spent world and character building are what makes Civil War work so well. At 147 minutes, Captain America: Civil War is probably a bit too long, but it has enough tense head-to-heads and eye-popping fight scenes to override the odd drop in momentum. The dialogue is outstanding, even fuller of subtext than usual, and stunning action sequences like the airport fight carried by the charm of the newly introduced Peter Parker and Ant Man, but the plot is still a little thin. The framing of Bucky and Stark's parents' death seems so temporary. The true argument between Captain America and Iron Man, about supervision, seems mature for the Marvel movies, but still doesn't reach the depth of the fundamental moral divide between Professor X and Magneto. Captain America: Civil War proves that Marvel knows how to lay down a stunning foundation in order to detail an epic saga. Action packed, smart and filled with great performances. Best MCU movie so far. P. S. Spiderman is so awesome.
    • missreagy
      missreagy16 days55 popcornFeatured
      Hey guys again, This is my review for civil war. I promises this is an amazing movie, but like always the cons. There is violence and langue now this is one of the movie with the least amount of bad stuff in it. This is my favorite Marvel movie I do suggest it for any ages of 10- 13+ , it all depends on what you want you'r child to be around. I will leave a comment to any one who has something to add because I did not have time to list most everything. Please like this review if you found it useful.
      • dream_beyond
        dream_beyond2 months33 popcorn
        The first and second Captain America movies were amazing and I was really excited to watch the 3rd one. At first I liked it but then as I watched more I started disliking the movie because the good guys were fighting each other! I also think Marvel could have done better and more, because the 3rd volume was bland and kind of boring. But all is not lost, because there might be volume 4 for Captain America! So I hope Marvel will do better!
        • Ayushabout 1 year
          I like this movie
          • Troll about 1 year
            I like Captain America:Civil War
            • Mthokozisiover 1 year
              It was sad
              • lazy_unicorn
                lazy_unicornover 1 year
                We are doing a Marvel Marathon and it was amazing. I love Captain America
                • wider
                  wideralmost 2 years55 popcorn
                  It is awesome, love Spider-Man.
                  • bunnygirl554
                    bunnygirl554almost 2 years44 popcorn
                    It was really interesting. I recommend it to people 12 and up.
                    • dachosen1
                      dachosen1over 2 years11 popcorn
                      One of THE WORST Marvel movies ever. Iron Man is my favorite character (and he's now dead :'( ) And this movie portrays him as bad. The enemy.