Civil War V-Log – Comic Book Issues

The Geek chooses sides as he reviews the latest entry in the CAPTAIN AMERICA series.

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Stephen Brady
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Don’t know when or even if he knew that Bucky killed Tony’s parents but he learned about their deaths in Winter Soldier when seeing Zola. Still, would be nice to have seen that revelation within this one movie but this is MCU. Sometimes they expect people to have seen the previous films.

Swanpride
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I think he didn’t know for sure, but he suspected. After all they were listed in a bunch of Winter Soldier killings.

Chaos Marine
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You say Andrew Garfield cracked lots of jokes. Barring that one part of the movie where he has the guy webbed to the wall, I don’t really recall him quipping a lot or at all. It may be my memory on it.

coredumperror
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He was quipping *constantly* throughout the airport fight. Just about every word out of his mouth was a quip. Maybe they weren’t all *jokes*, but they were definitely banter.

Chaos Marine
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Also, did anyone else wonder what the Vision was doing during the fight at the air port? He’s the only one who didn’t seem to do anything or be involved with fighting anyone else while showing what everyone else was doing.

Swanpride
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During the first half he was guarding the plane, until Giant man distracted him enough that Cap and Bucky could slip past him. After that he was fully involved in the fight.

Swanpride
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Cap was pretty clear why he didn’t want to sign, he felt that it would just shuffle the responsibility to someone else, people with agendas…and that there is no clear “this is right and this is wrong” was deliberate. There is no easy answer.

morningmoo
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Thanks. I was going to say that. I cant stand when people criticize a movie when it turns out they werent paying attention

Swanpride
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The end wasn’t MEANT to be a fix, it was meant to be a ray of hope.

angel85
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given Peggy’s age of 95 that means she was born in 1921, so she was about 25 or so when WW2 ended, and even younger when she was fighting with Captain America. I knew that the military tried to recruit ’em young, but jeez she was some kind of friggin prodigy. You know…I’d hate to get political and all that but the Wacovia (NO idea if that’s spelled right) accords sound like a bad idea to me. I can see where Iron Man is coming from saying the Avengers need to be held accountable for all the collateral damage, but… Read more »
cdrood
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Steve said he didn’t know it was Bucky. He knew Tony’s parents were murdered.

cdrood
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My main problem is Iron Man’s motivation. This is a guy who has consitantly resisted control of any type and a two minute conversation about some kid he never met changes his mind? This is the guy who have royally screwing the world by creating Ultron was willing to do it again with Vision a few days later. Was this really the first time someone told him, “You screwed up and got my kid killed?” Heck, that wasn’t even collateral damage. That was directly his fault. I’m just saying that Tony at the end of Age of Ultron isn’t near… Read more »
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