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Synopsis:
Marvel Studios' 'Captain Marvel' takes you on a spectacular adventure from the 1990's, tracing the path of Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) as she becomes one of the most powerful heroes in the universe. When a galactic war reaches Earth, she meets young agent Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) at the centre of a maelstrom, leading to her ultimate destiny as an Avenger!
Actors:
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Directors:
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Producers:
Kevin Feige
Writers:
Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck, Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Nicole Perlman, Meg Lefauve
Studio:
Walt Disney
Genres:
Action & Adventure, Children & Family, Top 100 Films, Drama, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
BBFC:
Release Date:
15/07/2019
Run Time:
119 minutes
Languages:
English, English Audio Description, German, Turkish
Subtitles:
Danish, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Turkish
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
BBFC:
Release Date:
15/07/2019
Run Time:
123 minutes
Languages:
English, English Audio Description, French, German
Subtitles:
Danish, Dutch, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
(0) All
Bonus:
  • Becoming a Super Hero
  • Big Hero Moment
  • The Origin of Nick Fury
  • The Dream Team
  • The Skrulls and the Kree
  • Hiss-sterical Cat-titude
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Audio Commentary
  • Play Movie with Intro by Directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck
BBFC:
Release Date:
15/07/2019
Run Time:
123 minutes
Languages:
English, English Audio Description, French, German
Subtitles:
Danish, Dutch, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
(0) All
BBFC:
Release Date:
15/07/2019
Run Time:
123 minutes
Languages:
Canadian French, English, English Audio Description, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
Subtitles:
Canadian French, Cantonese, Chinese, Dutch, English Hard of Hearing, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish
DVD Regions:
Region 0 (All)
Formats:
Pal
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1
Colour:
Colour
BLU-RAY Regions:
(0) All

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Reviews (13) of Captain Marvel

The first real Dud in the Marvel series - Captain Marvel review by IT

Spoiler Alert
11/08/2019

I've loved all the Marvel movies, but this one just didn't have anything for me. To everyone who enjoyed the movie, I'm glad you did - but here's what ruined it for me personally...

The lead actress is wooden, dull and has the charisma of a brick.

The story is minimal and the supposed "twist" is glaringly obvious well over an hour earlier.

When the heroine reveals all her powers, she is utterly indestructible and devastating (even flying through a huge spaceship) - so there's no risk to her at all. How can this be exciting?

The back story on Nick Fury destroys the character on an effort to be funny - making him rather pathetic.

The film left me wondering about the future of the Marvel series. After developing a wide range of great characters over many movies, suddenly a new one appears who is more powerful than all the rest put together... making all the originals second tier and disposable. Not a pleasant surprise!

6 out of 8 members found this review helpful.

Captain Marvel was a Man - Captain Marvel review by TA

Spoiler Alert
22/07/2019

Should have been a great Movie, sadly Marvel got cucked by the Feminazis and decided to ruin the Franchise and cast a Woman as Captain Marvel, they did use the correct name, Carol Danvers but she was Miss Marvel in the Comic Books not Captain Marvel.

Almost a good movie but ruined by these facts alone

6 out of 16 members found this review helpful.

Teenage kicks - Captain Marvel review by Alphaville

Spoiler Alert
13/12/2019

With a minimalist comic-book story, cardboard characters and the usual cgi flash-bangs set to bombastic muzak, this soul-crushing film is typical of the Marvel franchise. And it gets worse. Using Lola de-aging technology to make 70-yo Samuel L. Jackson look young is just creepy. Ageing is not just about the face. The smoothed-out face looks odd anyway, but on a 70yo actor’s body and posture? (They tried to de-age this too)

The film begins with half an hour of scene-setting. Our Kree superheroine then lands on earth in 1995 and for a while it looks like the plot might develop into something interesting as she adjust to 1990s culture. But we’re soon back to superhero fisticuffs as Skrulls come after her.

What’s our superheroine’s special power? “Supercharged fire hands”, as her friend politely puts it. Yes, really. For two hours. Naturally it all ends in the usual cartoonish climactic biff and bash with orchestral overkill. Who’d have thought? And she survives for the next episode. Who’d have thought? And in case you’re wondering, yes, the film does tick all the politically correct boxes with right-on messages for snowflakes. Who’d have thought? And does it end with a post-credits trailer for the next instalment? Take a guess.

2 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

Mildly entertaining nonsense - Captain Marvel review by rh

Spoiler Alert
01/09/2019

This is is blockbuster trash. Marvel has shoehorned every background element of the MCU into this film and created a porridge off two dimensional characters and a nonsensical plot. Jude Law is great given the limited. Arterial. Graphics are good. Mildly entertaining. Wait for TV.

0 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

Critic review

Captain Marvel review by Mark McPherson - Cinema Paradiso

Bagged with a lot of online hoopla from feminism-feasting trolls and a controversial campaign of white males against what they deemed a condescending move by Marvel, the Captain Marvel movie ultimately arrives as a strong addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and not the downfall of the saga many had been spinning for months. Though not quite the cultural milestone of Black Panther for its insertion of female empowerment more tacked-on than interwoven, the film stands its ground as a solid workhorse picture of a sci-fi spy story, while also adding to the MCU timeline.

One could argue that it follows the same Marvel formula but there’s a more unique angle present. Most Marvel solo pictures follow the format of posing a hero as comfy in his ways and forced to redefine themselves as a better man. Now we have Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) with a much different take. At the beginning of the film, she’s Vers, a soldier of the intergalactic Kree Starforce. But she’s not like most of the Kree she serves alongside, harboring an amazing ability to shoot energy out of her hands. She also has a fractured memory with dreams of a life on Earth, thoughts that linger while she serves the Kree’s war against the shape-shifting Skrulls, pointy-eared creatures who can manipulate their bodies into any species.

The battle soon leads to 1995 Earth and Carol is determined to find answers. Accompanying her on unraveling both her past and a galactic conspiracy is a young Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), starting to climb to the higher ranks of the secretive SHIELD organization. Jackson has been given a visual effects makeover to make him look as youthful as he did in the likes of Pulp Fiction or more accurately Die Hard With a Vengeance (no mention of those films in this timeline, despite Carol crash landing inside a Blockbuster Video). And yet the film never lets itself get too carried away with trying to make Jackson as booming as he was during that decade.

I suppose that’s the best way to describe most of the movie in how it stages Carol’s sci-fi spy plot of missing memories, invading alien forces, and shape-shifting creatures. It never goes overboard with the 1990s references, avoiding a geeky ode more akin to how Guardians of the Galaxy dipped into a 1970s vibe. It never makes Carol’s true story all-the-way clear until the end, keeping her past diced up in intriguing non-sequential nuggets. I just wish the whole female empowerment angle didn’t feel quite so bold as it does when the message comes smashing into the third act. It doesn’t hamper the rest of the film but it does come with a surprising bluntness that contrasts from the more subtle presentation of the rest of the themes.

The action is as capable as it is in any Marvel film and helps breaks up the story when the fun and exposition may go too long. Carol’s fascinated first exposure to Earth culture quickly leads to a fast and exciting chase and fight on a train. She will later pilot an experimental aircraft with Fury and a cat in tow. And, wow, that cat is a lot of fun in more ways than one.

Many may equate Captain Marvel to the previous Marvel solo movies of heroes defining themselves but I found this one a bit more refreshing. Where most solo heroes start at the top, have their powers stripped, and need to redefine themselves, Carol spends this film just trying to define herself period. And while this does hold her back from coming into her own as the character more comfortably, it does make for a brisker take that left me more excited for the third act than most of these solo movies where we can see the writing on the wall as the film nears home plate. But what I dug most in the film is a scene where Carol finally harnesses her powers and refuses to fight fair with her rival, arguing she doesn’t need to prove herself that way. It’s a statement that Captain Marvel need not be held to a higher degree than the previous solo superheroes in terms of her motivations and pride. And from this aspect, she’ll fit into the MCU just fine.

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