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Set in the 1990s, Marvel Studios’ “Captain Marvel” is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that follows the journey of Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes. While a galactic war between two alien races... Read more

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Set in the 1990s, Marvel Studios’ “Captain Marvel” is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that follows the journey of Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes. While a galactic war between two alien races reaches Earth, Danvers finds herself and a small cadre of allies at the centre of the maelstrom. 

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      Based on 50 reviews
      Tracy W.
      Waste of money

      Absolute complete and utter garbage disguised to politicise an agenda with a strong female lead. Don't waste your money. If your craving for a 'strong female character', I suggest you watch Atila Battle Angel. Far more entertaining and the CGI special effects are stunning.

      Steve Mack
      Marvellous Marvel!

      First I have to say that I am a fan of Marvel films, no other studio seems to come close to them in my view. Captain Marvel is a fair to good origin story with the expected array of quality effects. Brie Larson does a find job of portraying our heroine and of course, the film fits neatly between the Avengers Infinity War and End Game simply because it had to. The film is highly enjoyable but is not as good as the Avengers ensemble. But for those looking to collect the entire catalogue of the Marvel Universe films, it's a must have.

      karen blachford
      A very average, fairly boring movie with stupid humour

      2.25/5.. A very average, fairly boring movie with over the top humour which I didn't find funny (most likely because I'm English and don't really 'get' American humour). In the cinema, I was literally falling to sleep due to boredom and had to keep my eyes open. There's much better Marvel movies out there, but hey this is just my view. With all of that being said, I'd still say to watch this movie as it's part of the Marvel Saga, and the superhero as a whole (Captain Marvel) has really cool powers. I'm looking forward to seeing Captain Marvel in Avengers: End Game.

      Nick gets the goose

      Another Marvel comics movie. This is a prequel to all the others because it takes place back in the 1990's, so you can actually watch it without needing to have seen anything else. On the vague off chance that anyone hasn't of course. You never know. But as with all good prequels it does give the added bonus of those who have seen the films set afterwards of the chance to spot things that you know will turn out to be important.

      This begins well away from Earth, as the humanoid alien race the Kreel continue their war with the nasty shape shifting Skrulls. Kree warrior Vers [Brie Larson] is having troubling dreams. And can never quite win training fights with her superior.

      But when her life takes an unexpected turn, she finds herself heading for Earth. Looking for answers. And the ones she finds are more surprising than she could have imagined...

      It's an origin movie for the character. Thus it fills in all the background, gives them villains to fight, and leave things set up for a sequel. It does take a few minutes to get going because there's a few things to set up and fill in. But once she's on Earth, it really moves.

      It is a pretty clever script story wise, as it does have a great deal of twists and turns and narrative rug pulls. It does have a great 90's setting, and one of Samuel L. Jackson's best performances as we see a Nick Fury younger than we're used to. There are some excellent action sequences as well.

      Empowerment? It just says that you should stand up for yourself and be tough. It's not a message it throws in your face, nor is it one that is exclusively feminist. It's something that anyone can take heart from. Too bad the trolls will be too wound up to realise that.

      And cat lovers will love this film to bits.

      Just not quite five stars though, because even by the end of this whole origin thing, Captain Marvel is still a bit of a blank slate, and there's still a bit of work to be done with the character. But it will leave you wanting to see what she does - immediately - next.

      Good fun entertainment from a studio that is good at producing such.

      Do of course watch to the very end of the credits.

      The disc begins with the Marvel introductory logo, but you can skip it via the next button on the dvd remote.

      Language and subtitle options;

      Languages: English. German, Turkish. English audio described.
      Subtitles: Danish, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Turkish.

      It is of course a Disney dvd, so you know what that means. As it has for so long now. No extras whatsoever at all.

      Worst of the MCU by far

      Forget the five-star reviews. There has been an active agenda to give Captain Marvel more credit than it deserves ever since the Rotten Tomatoes controversy that saw it scrap its 'want to see' anticipation system. For a clean-cut review of all aspects (some spoilers) please read on:Captain MarvelFrom her very first appearance in the comic books, Carol Danvers has been a mess of a character. Put to one side the stupid reason for her name (she was Ms. Marvel, then Warbird, then back to Ms. Marvel, then Captain Marvel because of a PC-rebrand). She's bland, devoid of any personality, lacks any kind of unique quality, has a forgettable origin, and is grossly overpowered. That last point proves particularly detrimental to this film. Expect an hour and a half-plus snooze-fest, until she awakens her full powers and hurriedly smashes her way through everybody because the script doesn't allow anyone to come near her power level. They even cram a whole alien armada into the last few minutes just so she can blow up more stuff (I'm quite serious).Brie LarsonShe can't act. Larson is either stone-faced or smug-looking throughout the film, so there's never any real sense of character development or shifting emotions. Come on, Larson, at least TRY and act! There's nothing there! She's basically being herself. It shows everything that in the post-credits scene we see Rogers, Banner and Romanov doing serious acting with characters they have put something into and Larson sticks out like a sore thumb. Unfortunately, reviewers everywhere have been watching their step about criticising her performance out of fear of allegations of sexism. Refer to Larson's vile feminism in the promotional tour for details. It's all to protect herself after an utterly dire performance.The Feminist AgendaIt's no coincidence that Captain Marvel was pushed so heavily in a commercial sense in the wake of DC's Wonder Woman. The PC approach sells tickets these days and nobody seems to care how awful that makes the film. Every female in this feature is literally told how 'strong' or 'smart' or 'funny' she is (none of them are, at least here). There's every cliched scene imaginable of Danvers being told what she can't do because she's a girl, blah, blah, blah (write the most hackneyed script imaginable and you won't steer too far from the plot here).Reliance on 90s NostalgiaWe get it, the film is set in the 90s. And yes, that does offer a slightly different backdrop but do we nearly need the references shoved down our throats? You'll lose track of the 90s songs played and the jokes about slow-loading PCs and pagers. It's boring. Try writing a better script instead of relying on gimmicks.The Goofy ApproachYes, it worked well for Guardians of the Galaxy. No, it didn't work well for Thor: Ragnarok. No, it really, really doesn't work here at all. This approach has become Marvel's answer to approaching a film they just don't know what to do with. It grates and we're all sick of it. There's a little joy at least to be had in seeing a more laid back Nick Fury, but it all becomes too much to see him gushing over a cat. And the less said about the 'eye moment' the better. Easily the crappiest revelation in the MCU to date. It wasn't even funny.The Loose Avengers ReferencesDid we really need the forced explanation as to how the Avengers got their name? Did we really need the tesseract to arrive on earth after being choked up by a cat? The answer to this and more is a resounding no. But this is a film desperate to justify its own existence. There's great potential in a prequel done right, and Captain Marvel fails to exploit a single ounce of it.The DirectingA big noise was had about Anna Boden being hired to direct but, as you can probably guess from the above, there's nothing to get excited about. There's nothing unique, no suprises, nothing remotely admirable about this dull, forgettable film.The SoundtrackWith the exception of one track, it's just the same 90s songs you've heard over and over on the radio. A glaringly missed opportunity.And FinallyIt's hard to watch this film even once. You won't want to watch it a second time. See it if you feel you must but remember that this is a film that sold solely by riding on the coatails of Avengers: Endgame. I only wish I could give it a minus.

      Paulina Celmer-Ewertowska
      All the Hype and what you actually get is just a film that's not an epic but a fair bit of fun.

      I was a little disappointed when I left the cinema simply because I wanted much more for the much hyped character. I think hype might have been the problem. A lot of talk was made about this being the first major Marvel female lead and how this was going to set up Captain Marvel in the MCU and particularly how she was being set up to play a part in avengers Endgame. With all this in mind I think many were expecting something epic and what you actually get is a fun film.Having re-watched it and given the film another go on Blu Ray all of the things that I initially thought of when I left the cinema still ring true. I think it's a very simple story with simple characters. I don't know if any actress could bring the character more to life, simply because there doesn't seem to be much to the character. That may be because this is a plot driven film and not a character driven one. It seems to be a simple story of Carol Danvers finding out who she is, not through a lot of soul searching but literally investigating who she is.Even on a second viewing the flaws are still obvious. I still feel that all the 80s references seem a little crowbarred in there, there isn't a really good bad guy to love to hate, there isn't much of a challenge for our protagonist. I wish they'd just given her a bit more to do or say. And as story telling goes, just realizing that the answer to unlocking her powers is to embrace her humanity seems a little lazy. They did this so much better in Wonder Woman with her moment of realization, where she embraces love as the answer to defeating her nemesis. Just working out that you're human and that humans and in particular human women are great and resilient and therefore able to defeat any alien threat seems like it comes out of nowhere. There is no build up to the moment.That said - When she does find out who she is the fireworks are great. Kicking ass to the sound of No Doubt's Just a Girl is a great moment. But, like the film on a whole, it is fun, never epic, never intense, never feeling like everything is on the line or in danger, never saying or doing too much. And why should it? If this film could have snuck in under the radar like Guardians of the Galaxy did it would have been received very differently I think. But even Guardians managed to be fun and a little bit more. It had more heart. Captain Marvel can't even be described as a fun film with heart, it's just a fun film. Fanboys just wanted more. That's why I think you'll read bad reviews. Ignore any pro or anti feminist debate, (although arguably there is a feminist argument to be had) and just enjoy.

      Fantastic debut of a new character to the MCU

      This film, like Captain America before it (the first avenger) introduces a character in a movie full of characters you already know but not as you know them. Amazing to have a female lead in any franchised movie and this did not disappoint. I was not previously familiar with Captain Marvel but found the plot interesting and fast moving.Hats off to Marvel for giving us this character, really looking forward to more from her on her own or with other characters. Now any chance of a Black Widow movie?

      JjamoTv HD YouTube Channel
      Fantastic Movie!

      This movie does not deserve the negative comments it's received. Although it isn't as good as some other MCU movies, it's still thoroughly enjoyable and Brie Larson is excellent in the lead role. I did not see the twist regarding the Skrulls coming and the only real downside is that Carol is far too overpowered as a hero. Otherwise, this is a great film.

      Rebekah Curtis

      The planet Kree is at war with the shape-shifters The Skrulls.
      Vers/Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) who is a Starforce Member under the guidance and training of Yon Rogg (Jude Law) believes herself ready to go on a mission despite her repeated and unexplainable nightmares involving an older-woman on a different World to Kree.
      When on the mission she'd craved Vers is captured by the Skrulls the memories detected lead them to travel to Earth where they become separated.
      Vers crash-lands in Los Angeles into a video-store, on the scene very quickly is S.H.E.I.L.D agent Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) who pursues her while chasing a Skrull.
      When Fury and Vers finally join-up, he will help her to try and find herself, she doesn't really know who she is or even where she belongs and indeed whether she'd been fighting on the right side.
      Finding her past will help her bring-forth the powers previously unknown to her as The Kree intervein in her personal quest.
      During this time will Vers previously Carol Danvers make the right choices?
      This a superb special-effects bonanza, that'll both excite you and indeed bring a frequent smile as the tale unfolds...
      Captain Marvel, set to become The Avengers most powerful ally.
      Certainly a must-see for Super-Hero and indeed Marvel fans/ great fun and enjoyable viewing

      Low to mid range introductory movie

      The best thing about this movie is Sam Jackson as younger Fury. He carries the whole movie, both in plot and comedy moments. As introductions to Heroes go this is a pretty standard, not so remarkable movie. It does the basic job, but if there weren't any more Captain Marvel movies, based on this, it'd be ok. Curious to see how she fits with the Ensemble later on. They've done a decent enough job of recreating mid 90s america for this movie, both in visuals and soundtrack. Stan Lee's cameo is poignant and funny, and what little we get of young Son of Coul is pretty great too. There are enough good things to warrant this movie one, maybe two viewings, but not much else. On the other hand, if you've been collecting up to this point, you're probably all in. Still don't understand why none of the special features are present in the 4K disc. It's pretty annoying to have to change discs after you watched the movie, and want to get into the docummentaries and other goodies.

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