Written July 25, 2011
At first, I was reluctant to see this movie, since Chris Evans was playing Captain: America. Now after watching the movie, I have to say, this movie has done great justice to the protagonist! In fact, it's 10x better than Thor and The Green Lantern. The acting was far superb than I imagined. The female protagonist, who has a love interest for Captain:America, showed great acting! The story line is well done, but the beginning lacks a bit(slows a bit,k and takes 30 min. for the good stuff to happen). The love interest was very good. It wasn't clique or smutty like The Green Lantern. Instead, you can see the love unfold between the protagonist without any kisses or affection. The ending leaves out room for another sequel, and trust me, it's worth the wait!!! Marvel has finally gave the audience a movie that is worth the watch!
Written July 23, 2011
I thought that this was an amazing movie and would definitely go see it again!
The action was so..... Everywhere that it had to keep you on the edge of your seat!
The actors were chosen well and fit their parts. It had a good plot and the scenes are incredible! The only part i found a little bit cheesy was when Captain America is rushing off to go fight bad guys and the "hero" lady makes him give her a kiss. Kinda classic, Kinda cheesy.
But overall I thought it was a great movie and would see it again!
Written August 06, 2011
Really enjoyed this movie - Chris Evans played the role well.
Written July 22, 2011
Fun, American, Patriotic! The look of the film is beautiful and makes us remember why the 'Great Generation' was so great. 1940's sexy. This movie doesn't villanize all Germans like a lot of WWII movies do, instead only the specific Hydra and Nazi party are named as villains. Good acting! Chris Evans and Hugo Weaving are real standouts, as well as Hayley Atlee, and a fun role for Tommy Lee Jones. Good for the family to see together! Chris Evans plays the lead role as a humble, likeable, courageous, All-American red blooded guy who you can root for the entire way through. He comes across as a real person, rather than just some other handsome actor in a superhero suit. The way the story explains how he came to be wearing the American costumes helps the viewer understand the development of the eventual Captain America suit. The changes to the costume make it look 1940's period appropriate with no shiny materials (other than his shield). Fun Summer-time patriotic movie!