Forget ‘Batman V Superman,’ ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Is Marvel’s Best Movie To Date

Forget ‘Batman V Superman,’ ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Is Marvel’s Best Movie To Date
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Marvel has released its new superhero film, “Captain America:Civil War,” and it is not something anyone should miss this year. The past years have featured more superhero movies both critics and fanatics talked about. Although some have been a success in the box office, there are some who have received lower ratings.


Superhero movies from comic books have definitely been the current trend nowadays, from DC Comics to Marvel creations. These superheroes have been the source of creative imagination and inspiration of many.

After the success of the much-talked about “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” another much- anticipated Marvel film, “Captain America: Civil War,” has received rave reviews to date.

Sheri Linden of The Hollywood Reporter writes that “the latest Marvel extravaganza furthers the studio’s cross-pollination of action franchises in a way that’s sure to satisfy devotees.”

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Empire magazine rates the film as “the best Marvel Studios, yet.” Critic writer, Dan Jolin, gave the film a five star review. “First and most importantly, it does what the best Marvel films do: juggling multiple characters so each is allowed its moment in a story.

Variety‘s film critic, Justin Chang, ranks the film “the most mature and substantive picture to have yet emerged from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”  He described the clash between Captain America and Iron Man as “remarkable for its dramatic coherence and thematic unity.” He also added that the showdown between the two clashing teams “is likely to leave you admiring its creativity.”

While Jim Vejvoda of IGN praised Spider-Man more in the film. “Hands down. Spider Man is the best thing in this movie. He not only steals Cap’s shield, he pretty much steals his movie, too.” He also praised actor Tom Holland as Spider Man saying that he is “the closest and arguably best approximation of the comic book character yet.”

With the reviews from different critics worldwide, Marvel superheroes would still be adored and admired.

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  • elhigh

    You ARE aware that Batman and Superman are DC Comics characters, right? The phrasing suggests you have mistakenly identified them as Marvel properties; they are not.