Captain America: Civil War – Chris Stuckmann

Chris Stuckmann reviews Captain America: Civil War.

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9 comments

  1. I haven’t seen it. Sad face. I swear I will have a job soon. I will probably be stuck seeing the Huntsman this weekend. -_- Also, I don’t think that Iron Man 2 was bad. Oh, and I think that Thor 2 was worse than the first Thor personally. Oh, and I can’t wait for the Hilariosity (bad spelling, I know) review.

  2. After the disaster that was Batman v Superman, I’m definitely hyped for this movie since I also liked certain parts of the Civil War comic. *cough*exceptspidermanrevealinghimself*cough*

  3. Hey, Chris, here’s an article about “Dragonball Evolution” that might interest you. You’re welcome. http://www.ign.com/articles/2016/05/03/dragonball-evolution-screenwriter-apologizes-to-fans

  4. I haven’t seen Captain America Civil War yet. Hope to see it soon.

    So excited about your next hilariousity review! I’ve seen that Captain America movie. Well, “movie.” It definitely is hilarious!

  5. I can’t wait to see it, will probably wait until after the Premiere Day cause its less crowded then and I like having a row to myself ^__^

  6. To be honest. I didn’t buy Tony’s 180 at the beginning. In Age of Ultron, he barely acknowledged that he was responsible for a killer robot trying to kill billions and was perfectly willing to activate another robot without a second thought. He really didn’t know before a two minute conversation in this movie that he’s responsible for those deaths? He can’t even argue that it’s due to collateral damage trying to fight a greater menace like in Avengers and Winter Soldier. He did it and that’s never acknowledged here. His motivation was very weak given the previous portrayal. They should have made changes to Age of Ultron with Civil War in mind because nothing there indicates Tony feels a need to “be put in check”.

    Zemo’s backstory was good for motivation, but is terrible from villain standpoint. It seems impossible he’d have the knowledge and resources to pull this off. If they’d kept him as (admittedly ANOTHER) Nazi genius, it would have worked better.”Time and patience” does not explain what he’d able to pull off.

    • On the great side, the little interaction they had tells me that “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” must happen. Steve’s two best buds in a buddy super hero movie will work.

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