Captain Marvel Movie T is an American superhero movie. Produced by Captain Marvel Movie Tea and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the 20th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), a 2019 based on Carol Danvers.
Opening Weekend USA:
$153,433,423, 10 March 2019
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
Storyline – Captain Marvel
After an experimental aircraft crashed, Air Force pilot Carol Danvers discovered Cree and his mentor trained as a member of the elite Star Force military, led by Eoin-Rog. Six years later, after escaping to Earth during the invasion of the Scrolls, Danvers began to discover more of his past. Agent Nick Fury, assisted by S.H.I.E.L.D., traveled to unveil the truth.
Details Of Captain Marvel
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USA | Australia
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Captain Marvel Movie’s Release Date:
8 March 2019 (USA) See more »
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Los Angeles, California, USA
- Brie Larson Brie Larson … Carol Danvers / Vers / Captain Marvel
- Samuel L. Jackson Samuel L. Jackson … Nick Fury
- Ben Mendelsohn Ben Mendelsohn … Talos / Keller
- Jude Law Jude Law … Yon-Rogg
- Annette Bening Annette Bening … Supreme Intelligence / Dr. Wendy Lawson
- Djimon Hounsou Djimon Hounsou … Korath
- Lee Pace Lee Pace … Ronan
- Lashana Lynch Lashana Lynch … Maria Rambeau
- Gemma Chan Gemma Chan … Minn-Erva
- Clark Gregg Clark Gregg … Agent Coulson
- Rune Temte Rune Temte … Bron-Char
- Algenis Perez Soto Algenis Perez Soto … Att-Lass
- Mckenna Grace Mckenna Grace … Young Carol (13 Years Old)
- Akira Akbar Akira Akbar … Monica Rambeau (11 Years Old)
- Matthew Maher Matthew Maher … Norex
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|Runtime||2 hr 3 min (123 min)|
|Sound Mix||12-Track Digital Sound | IMAX 6-Track | Auro 11.1 | Dolby Atmos | DTS (DTS: X) | Dolby Surround 7.1 | Sonics-DDP | Dolby Digital|
|Aspect Ratio||1.90 : 1 (IMAX version: some scenes)|
2.39 : 1
|Camera||Arri Alexa 65, Panavision Sphero 65 Lenses|
Panavision Millennium DXL, Panavision Sphero 65 Lenses
RED Weapon 8K VV Monstro, Panavision Sphero 65 Lenses
|Laboratory||PIX System, San Francisco (CA), USA (additional dailies services)|
Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate) (dailies)
|Cinematographic Process||ARRIRAW (6.5K) (source format)|
DXL RAW (8K) (source format)
Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Redcode RAW (8K) (source format)
|Printed Film Format||D-Cinema (also 3-D version)|
User Reviews – Captain Marvel
This is a very controversial Marvel film. Which seems to be a trend that’s been trending with Disney films lately. The hype around this film seems very mixed, some want it to succeed and some want it to fail, and for a variety of political reasons both #(Captain Marvel) sides seem to have this view. There are many agendas involved. I have no partnership on both sides because I don’t worry about this kind of thing when it comes to film. I don’t think that films should be judged from that point of view in a positive or negative way. In the same sense that I do not find it justifiable to judge a film from a positive or negative point of view based on whether I like the actors involved or not. I don’t care if the films are financially successful or unsuccessful. Film is an art form to me and I just want to see films that are well-made by people with a lot of passion for their craft.
To start off with my favorite things, this movie has some entertainment encouraged. In some fun action scenes, the chemistry between Brie Larson and Samuel Jackson was very on point. The effects of age were amazingly great for Samuel Jackson and Clark Gregg. Overall the first act is relatively enjoyable, especially in the #(Captain Marvel) opening action scene. The music / score was pretty good. And the cat was a fun addition. But overall the movie was extremely draining and disappointing.
In truth, I was hoping for better. I need a superhero movie to have an interesting story, a well-developed character, and to take care of what is happening with it. This applies to film in general. One of the sad things about this film that I really hope I don’t have to say is that I don’t think Brie Larson did a good job in this film. Brea Larson is an incredibly talented actress so I don’t necessarily think she’s guilty, it just might be the bad stuff she’s given to working with. As the film progresses he becomes more and more determined and the film #(Captain Marvel) shows no emotion or weakness towards the character for any reason. And his character is given almost all the backstory with a lot of display and very little depth. And at the same time you were not given enough to take care of him or any of the characters. Overall I don’t think he fits in with the character, the acting was very wooden and uneven. Which is sad to say because you can tell how much emotion he is giving to this character.
The narrative is so spread that he somehow changes and they forget to develop his character. Which was disappointing for me. The story of the story was very messy. This film is an original story, in addition to connecting with the past, trying to figure out what’s going on now and being a set-up film for what happens next. So the genre of the film itself collapses because it is trying to do so many at once.
It truly felt like the first episode, which is not a good thing. This is not to say that Iron Man and Avengers #(Captain Marvel) weren’t good, the film felt like the early Marvel films that they felt were still in the experimental stage, they were still trying to figure out what worked and what didn’t work about their films. Was doing They have crossed this point and they know what works now so this film as well as all the other new paintings should be progressive steps and this film was definitely a huge step backwards.
They do no good to find this character as important or relevant to what is currently going on at MSU. We are told he is the most powerful character in the MCU, but they never show us or make us feel that way. There is much more to be said than just showing the picture. Needless to say, the writing and the instruction was quite disappointing.
The Scrolls were relatively unique in terms of fun villains and other Marvel villains, but they were never actually given any character.
The 90s references were a lot of fun but I think the film relies too much on crutches. As a result the tone was very disturbed. They have a bit of nostalgia of the 90s though, after which it feels like a friend police movie with Nick Fury, and then it’s the story of the friendship between him and the Lashona Launch character #(Captain Marvel) . And no attempt was made to make viewers feel emotionally invested in any of these stories. And since it always jumped back and forth between these contrasting tunes and the result made the film uneven.
There are some unnecessary explanations for things that have happened in the MCU and when they did, it was forced and forced.
The movie was a fun time but this is the 21st Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, so at this point the generic fun action movies are old and tired. And since there are dozens of Marvel films at the moment they have to live up to a high standard. So I have to do more than just make a fun movie for them to like their movies at the moment. I can’t believe I’m saying this but DC did better. Wonder Woman had the charm, charisma and character development. And I think Captain Marvel definitely falls flat on this topic. Again, there are moments of possibility, but these mixed clicks are hidden in the Marvel formula, iding this is a very generic film we’ve seen many times before even talking about superhero films, and I expect more from that. 5/10.
Please watch the film and form your #(Captain Marvel) own opinion on it. Don’t listen to what others are saying, no matter where they are on the online agenda. Just watch the film, make up your mind, and you’re honest about it, because that’s how we get better films, by letting filmmakers know what works and what doesn’t work.
However at the end of the day this film does not depend on its potential, and I am still very excited because the reason is … “We are at the endgame now.”