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Here is the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War

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I read about the civil war comic book plot line briefly when I first heard about this potential movie a year ago. It didn't sound that great to me. I have a feeling this movie will be about as good as Iron Man 3 and finish off the potential for any more Captain America stand alone films. But then again, it could surprise me.

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If you have motion sickness issues. You might want to take some dramamine before seeing this on the big screne. I usually don't, but I feel like it kinda bothered my Vertigo. I found it interesting that a friend warned me of this before I went to see it.  A lot of shaky camera action. Its not Michael Bay bad, you can still see what is going on, but I think its there mostly to cover up that stunt doubles are doing more of the out of costume fighting.

What I liked:

  • Black Panther was well done. Great introduction into the Marvel Movie-verse 
  • Action was great, flow of the movie was pretty steady
  • The tension between the characters over what caused the schism.
  • Black Widow looks better with longer hair ;)

What I didn't like

  • Weak plot, lame villain.
  • camera shake :barf:
  • Some of the heroes with lesser parts were just kinda thrown in there just to be there. (notably for a big superhero showdown teased in the trailer)

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How long was that giant fight scene from the trailers? Was it the best part of the movie? I'm surprised Iron Man or War Machine don't just auto target everyone's legs and blow a hole in everyone within the first 5 seconds of a fight. XD

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Well Antman and Spider-man are in it as well. It's a great scene, but I'd say the final fight scene is more visceral and to me it was better since it had real emotion behind it rather than a giant showpiece. 

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