Captain America First Avenger

August 15, 2011 by Post Team 

Captain America First AvengerCaptain America First Avenger, There are some things that remain constant every summer; the children go to summer camp, barbecue with family and friends and the successful summer film.

 This summer is no different than any other as studies pour hundreds of millions in making these films. For all Fridays during the months of May through August, a new movie one hundred million dollars. The first movie of the week was Captain America: The First Avenger starring Chris Evans, Tommy Lee Jones, and Hugo Weaving.

The film stays true to its roots as it maintains the configuration of the middle of the Second World War, which is a good rotation of the other superhero movies this summer. The first half hour is accumulated as the protagonist Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is a man with the child’s body, thus becoming eligible to fight in the war in Europe.

But he did not give up the time to call the attention of Dr. Abraham Erskine (Stanley Tucci), who acknowledges his heart and dignity. Long story short, Rogers finally participating in the experiment of Dr. Erskine and comes out as what is known as Captain America. Captain America spends the second half of the movie fighting Nazis led by a madman in power called Skull (Hugo Weaving), who has acquired this very powerful technology that still do not understand exactly and plans to destroy the world.

As any fan of comics, or to anyone regardless of who has become your television, has gone on the Internet, or have taken a step outside, you know that there have been several Marvel Comic movies made recently. This is because the cinematic Marvel Universe, created by Marvel Studios, which has released two films Iron Man film Hulk, Thor film and this film in the last three years. After the credits with most of these films, including this one, there is a brief scene starring Samuel L. Jackson, who plays Nick Fury SHIELD leader The purpose of this is to increase the expectation of The Avengers, which will be one of the summer blockbusters coming next year. The reason I bring this up is because it seems that the only purpose of the study was to make this film because they are again trying to stir up anticipation of The Avengers. The film has its action scenes, but nothing over the top and has no memorable parts, the study really sure with this. Once the film ended, I felt I just saw an extended trailer, while I constantly reminded that The Avengers comes out in theaters next year.

I think it is worth noting that the last scene of the movie takes place in Times Square, although this scene is brief and does not put much emphasis on the surroundings.

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