A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


111. No Spoilers in Here!

3rd May 2016

Please note that although this is a review of the new film Captain America: Civil War, it hereby does NOT contain any spoilers for those who haven’t had a chance to see it yet.

I’ve been highly anticipating this movie for a while now. I’m sure most of you will know what it is about: Steve Rogers leads his new team into the continued efforts of safeguarding humanity; however, after collateral damage is caused due to this, a political debate on whether the team should be directed by the government is sparked. A difference of opinions fractures the team who continually fight between themselves splitting into two groups; Team Captain America – who fight for freedom and independence – and Team Iron Man, who fight for governmental control.

This film entertains relentlessly with fast paced, and albeit somewhat predictable, action sequences and quirky humour interspersed throughout. It’s a film which captures a whole theatre audience with myself, the ten year old and fifty year old on either side of me being enraptured in the plot. We laughed at the same parts, we gasped at the same parts. This charm and care with the script is what has audiences coming back time and time again to every Marvel movie produced, and that future line up is lengthy.

Captain America v Iron Man succeeds Batman v Superman in what I found to be a disappointing DC movie with Superman’s abilities downgraded to create an adventure that never got off the ground. One could credit, and I certainly do so, that Civil War is Marvel’s best movie to date. This is particularly down to the taut piece of filmmaking which left the audience on the fence on which side to choose, and debating with their friends on the logistics of it. I entered the cinema being on Team Captain America and left being on neither. It is this remembrance after the movie is long finished that makes the film a superiority to most other productions I’ve watched.

A direct sequel to Winter Soldier and a set up to the next Avengers, Civil War packs brawn and brain into a two and a half hour production. One that I’m very well debating seeing again and one which I highly recommend to anyone. 


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