Captain America Movie Review

In this issue: A special guest drops by and joins Stephen and Rodrigo in their discussion of the new Captain America movie.

WARNING: THERE ARE A TON OF MAJOR SPOILERS IN THIS EPISODE.

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2 Comments

  1. T'challa AKA The Black Panther - King of Wakanda
    July 24, 2011 at 8:08 am — Reply

    This is is side question: How do they reconcile Captain America and Iron Man in the up and coming avengers movie (2012) when cappy was a hero in the 1940s and Tony Stark is an industrialist decades into the future??

    Does cappy get chryo-genically frozen, like in the Animated Avengers Earth’s Mightiest Heroes cartoon and gets woken up by the assembled team?

    And here is another dilemmna Nick Fury’s father sargeant Jack Fury was alive when cappy was doing his save the world thing in the 1940s in WW2. So how do Marvel and the film director Whedon inform us of this in the 2hour movie without missing some important points of logic here??

  2. Michael
    July 24, 2011 at 8:54 pm — Reply

    As a long time critic of the personnel behind the cameras of this film I’d like to take a moment to say I was wrong. This movie kicked ass!

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