- Dec 11, 2009
- Reaction score
- I dunno, Lutheran???
- People's Republic of Memphis
Yeah. Comparable to Thor definitely. I personally liked it a bit better due to better action (which is to be expected when your director is the Rocketeer guy rather than the Hamlet guy.)celticfan1888 said:So is it comparable to Thor then? I LOVED Thor.That person said:Very good. On par with the other Marvel Studios films (except Iron Man 2, which was pretty meh in comparison). I also saw Good Night, and Good Luck, which was very well-done, if a tad slow-paced.That person said:Going to see Captain America at midnight. I'll let you know what I think.
It was fairly faithful, and I understand why they deviated when they did. The only thing I would have changed for the sake of faithfulness would have been Bucky's relationship with Steve. I understand why they didn't want to go with the kid-sidekick angle, but it would have been nice if they tried to capture the whole big-brother, little-brother dynamic. Still, overall, a worthy build-up to this.IsmiLiora said:I saw Captain America yesterday, too!
It was a fairly typical Marvel movie, but not a bad summer flick. I was talking about more innovation or something and my husband rolled his eyes. I never read Marvel comics, and I suppose that the true comparison lies in its faithfulness to the original Captain America stories.
But yes, as a woman, I bumped up the rating a little bit. Hello! Chris Evans looked quite dashing in that role. I also loved the period clothing in general as well.
I saw Unknown last night (I watch a lot of movies in the summer.) It would have been a rather mediocre thriller if it hadn't contained the force of awesomeness that is Liam Neeson.