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CAPTAIN MARVEL
Movie review by David Blackwell

124 minutes, Rated PG-13
STUDIO: Marvel Studios
Theatrical RELEASE DATE: 3-8-2019

CAPTAIN MARVEL has some great actions and flows well as a different kind of Marvel movie origin story despite the script problems they still didn't entirely worked out since they started developing CAPTAIN MARVEL around 2013. The Stan Lee tribute at the beginning during the Marvel Studios logo and the Stan Lee cameo are some of the best moments of the movie. The first end credits scene gives a scene for AVENGERS: ENDGAME.

CAPTAIN MARVEL starts in 1995 as a mission for Kree warrior Vers aka Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) has her end up on Earth aka planet C53. She ends up in the pursuit of shape shifting Skrulls who want to find a Dr. Wendy Lawson (Annette Benning) that has developed a light Speed engine- a technology that is meant to end wars. Carol must align herself with a younger Agent Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) before he becomes director of SHIELD. The movie is about rediscovering a past she doesn't remember and who she is meant to be as a hero. The first of a new wave of Marvel movies explores how war can extort your point of view of whose bad and who's good in this galactic conflict between two races. CAPTAIN MARVEL takes some elements from the comics while turning others on their head while also setting up an idea or two for a sequel.

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