Early Reactions From Critics Screening Of ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Hit The Net!

Captain America: Civil War

The first screening of Captain America: Civil War took place tonight here in Los Angeles. Here is what some critics had to say about the movie.

Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps—one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability.

 The film is set to feature the return of Chris Evans as Steve Rogers / Captain America, this time joined by Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark / Iron Man, Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow, Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson / Falcon, Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch, Paul Bettany as The Vision, Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton / Hawkeye and Don Cheadle as Jim Rhodes/War Machine.

Sebastian Stan will also be back as Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier alongside Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa / Black Panther, Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter / Agent 13, Daniel Brühl as Baron Helmut Zemo, Frank Grillo as Brock Rumlow / Crossbones, William Hurt as General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, Paul Rudd as Scott Lang / Ant-Man, and Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man.

Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo from a screenplay by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, Captain America: Civil War will debut in theaters on May 6, 2016. The film has a running time of 2 hours and 27 minutes, making it the longest Marvel movie to date.

 

 

Umberto Gonzalez

Umberto Gonzalez

Umberto Gonzalez has been covering the fanboy beat & breaking scoops for 14 years with numerous Hollywood trade, newspaper, & magazine mentions to his credit.

  • bluetide79

    marvel has balls, to release the reactions a month.

    • Axxell

      Iron balls.

  • Weezy My Bweezy

    The BvS comparisons are coming…The BvS comparisons are coming…..

    • bluetide79

      that is expected,considering the conversations since 2014 has been which will be better and make money

    • Axxell

      I always expected the Avengers comparison, but never in a million years would I have thought that a Captain America movie would challenge a Justice League movie, until now.

      • JasonK

        Let’s not kid ourselves. Just because they put Captain America at the beginning of the title doesn’t mean this is a “Captain America movie”. This is the third Avengers movie. It should be called “Avengers: The One Where They All Fight So They Can Ultimately Become a Better Stronger Team So They Can Face Thanos and Eventually Prevail”. That said, I ultimately don’t care what anyone categorizes it as. This movie is going to be incredible. I just hope that one day WB/DC can hit their stride and get their crap figured out. I thoroughly enjoyed BvS but IMO there are five maybe six marvel movies that outstrip it by a good margin and a few others that are right there with it. Here’s to a day when all comic related movies are critically acclaimed, generally adored, and box office hits.

        • Alex Murphy

          The critics (Even the ones who didn’t liked the movie as much) have already said that this is plain and simple, a Captain America movie.

          • JasonK

            Sure. Whatever they say.

          • Bjacks

            Being a Captain America movie doesn’t make it exempt from someone else couldn’t steal the show. A lot of people were buzzing about Winter Soldier in the last film and Red Skull in the first film. Wonder Woman stole the show from a movie called Batman v Superman and she wasn’t in it that long.

          • JasonK

            Bleh! This is a silly semantic argument I have no interest in continuing. Captain America movie. Avengers movie. Who cares? It’s going to be awesome watching all the Avengers all on one screen in one movie fighting each other.

          • Boogie

            Because they are new characters, you silly goose. Just like how AoU wasn’t a Vision movie just because people talked about him. Geez, are you playing silly?

          • BLACK MAN

            I’m pretty sure Captain America has more screen time than the other characters.

          • DarkoCool

            It’s an Avengers movie with a focus on Captain America. Anyone too blind to see that needs their eyes checked!

          • SAMURAI36

            What “critics”?

        • Axxell

          If they had called it an Avengers movie, people would be saying it should be called a Cap movie for all the focus he gets.

          This is rightfully titled, period.

        • Theclaw Yaww

          i will wait for the dc/wb movies NOT directed by Snyder to see if they know how to make them good

      • Lupin

        Of all the reactions, we haven’t heard a single thing about Captain America. I think this movie is told from his perspective and makes him the hero but it’s an Avengers: Civil War movie.

        • Axxell

          Probably because we already know Chris Evans’ Captain America portrayal…so nothing new to report. Just like no one talked about Henry Cavill’s performance in BvS because he’s not new to the franchise.

        • Bjacks

          Since these are social media reviews, you probably won’t hear much about Cap, you’ll get to hear as much about Cap as you like once the full reviews are out.

          • Lupin

            What if he dies so people are holding back for spoilers? That’s what i was thinking.

          • Bjacks

            True, that’s definitely a possibility. It will be interesting to see who dies..assuming anyone dies.

      • Boogie

        There isn’t a JL movie out yet. Slow down, young squire.

        • Axxell

          BvS is in essence a JL movie; hence the “Dawn of Justice” in the title.

          • Farooq Jamal

            In essence was Captain america: the first AVENGER an avengers movie. In essence civil war is an avengers movie. So call it an AVENGERS movie challenging a JL movie.

          • Axxell

            It’s not so much an Avengers movie considering they’re not really on the same side at all in the movie, AFAIK.

          • Farooq Jamal

            Weren’t batman and superman against eachother in this? Get your facts straight buddy.

          • Axxell

            Yeah, and by the end they were buddies fighting side by side along with Wonder Woman, which is the point of the JL concept.

          • Boogie

            No it isn’t. That’s like saying Captain America is in essence a historical reenactment, hence the “Civil War” in the title. Use some LOGIC, please.

          • Joseph Chaisson

            Wait it’s not a historical reenactment? F%$#!!!

          • Axxell

            The phrase “civil war” doesn’t refer to any one specific historical event. Look up the definition.

          • Boogie

            Ignoramus, who said that I was referring to any one specific historical event? Slow your role and shut your mouth.

          • Axxell

            I didn’t say you did; I was refuting your comparison between DC using “Dawn of Justice” in their title as a reference to the Justice League, and Marvel using “Civil War” in their title as a reference to their 2006 comic book story arc.

          • Boogie

            (Moron…)

          • Axxell

            Ah, insults…the last recourse of the one who lost an argument.

          • Boogie

            I wasn’t talking to you, but if the shoe fits……………………………………………………………………………..

          • Axxell

            You replied to me.

          • Boogie

            It was a thought, not a reply……………………….

          • Boogie

            (Moron…)

          • Axxell

            Dumbass.

          • Boogie

            Ah, insults…the last recourse of the one who lost an argument.

          • Axxell

            LOL…you aren’t even smart enough to come up with your own response.

          • Boogie

            (Moron…)

          • Axxell

            Oh, right…Your one-word quips are sooo devastating…

            /s

          • Boogie

            Hey, didn’t know you were still there talking. Odd.

            (Moronic dolt…)

          • Axxell

            Yeah, it takes you a while to process anything in your brain…figures.

          • Boogie

            Shhhh. Back to your corner.

            (Moron…)

          • Axxell

            Let the adults talk and go play with your toys…

          • Boogie

            /pats Axxell on top of his head

            How cute. Now run along, young chap.
            (Little moron…)

          • Axxell

            You have a pretty active imagination, son. Now go pat your imaginary friend some more…

          • Boogie

            Alrighty ^.^

            /slaps the dog-sh:t out of Axxell

            (Moron…)

          • Axxell

            Hey, don’t get too excited…remember he only exists in your imagination.

          • Boogie

            Hmmm, perhaps.

            /slaps the Sam-hell out of the real Axxell

          • Axxell

            Well, you tried. Sorry, we don’t give awards for effort.

          • Boogie

            (Moron…)

          • Axxell

            Stop talking to the mirror. It worries me.

          • Boogie

            ???
            Who are you again?

            (Silly moron…)

          • Axxell

            That’s your reflection in the mirror you’re talking to.

          • Axxell

            So sad that a chimp does a better job recognizing himself in the mirror…

          • Boogie

            Yeah, you do a much better job than I.

            (Fricken moron…)

          • Axxell

            Yes, I do a much better job, you dimwit…I agree.

          • Chris Johnson

            Hardly. Out of 2 hours and 30 minutes, we had about 7 minutes of Diana and a few mere glimpses of everyone else who didn’t wear a cape. In your mind, THAT equals a Justice League film?

            Really?

          • Esterkfoote3

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          • Axxell

            It’s the origin of the Justice League; at the very least the 3 main heroes are fighting together in the movie, which is what the Justice League concept is about. Furthermore, the rest of the JLers make an appearance, so it’s obvious they’ve established the beginning of the team.

          • Matt

            Wrong again those three are not the justice league… Even so I hope Zac Synder keeps going with Justice League as I liked BvS and the vision he brings. The fight scenes are incredible and his ability to show brute strength is unbelievable…

          • SAMURAI36

            That’s like saying the first Cap movie was an Avengers movie, simply because it had “Avenger” in the title.

            What an idiot you are.

          • Axxell

            Except Captain America was in fact the only Avenger in the movie.

            BvS is obviously the origin story of the Justice League considering all their members make an appearance here.

          • Matt

            Clearly not the Justice League movie that is coming out. Irrevelant since I thought BvS had far more depth anyway…. And it is funny how marvel copied MOS without mention it in other movies i.e. building falling down killing ppl etc.. Only difference is Superman was saving the planet and Stark was the one who endangered it and was the direct cause of the deaths by creating ultron… Oh all those MOS complainers the destruction was more realistic where as Marvel has convienatly put it into the movie now…

          • Axxell

            Marvel copied a building falling down…

            Right.

          • Matt

            Marvel copied the whole concept with no background i.e. buildings falling onto people. People killed while trying to save the planet. DC in MOS clearly showed this happening while Marvel skirted the issue and now brings it up. It’s poor form in that regard. Of course its a copy geez the story is almost the same except one has more depth and the other is jokes.

          • Axxell

            Marvel copied the whole concept with no background i.e. buildings falling onto people. People killed while trying to save the planet. DC in MOS clearly showed this happening while Marvel skirted the issue and now brings it up.

            Unless your attention span was better than a goldfish’s, in which case you would’ve noticed this scene in the very first Avengers movie:

            https://youtu.be/zXPJ6xFvdWk?t=13

          • Matt

            Not even close you have two characters and a quick cameo by wonder woman…. Civil War has more characters than the Avengers… So would definatley say Civil War is Avengers 3 while BvS is well Batman V Superman…. Unless you think a clip of Flash and Aqauman amounts to the Justice league….

          • Axxell

            Dawn of Justice has Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman joining forces at the end, for far longer than the 5 minutes that Batman and Superman fought. That right there is the basis for Justice League. That’s why they’re called the Trinity. That’s why the movie is called “Dawn of Justice”.

          • Matt

            Are you really arguing that Civil war does not have more characters than an avengers movie.. They added Spider Man, Antman and Black Panther while losing thor and hulk. They spent far more time on other characters including Bucky than superman batman did zero time telling us who flash was who aqua man was and nothing really on Wonder Woman… Everyone know CW is Avengers 3.. At least is was better than Avengers 2….

          • Axxell

            I’m talking about Dawn of Justice being a Justice League prequel. Even the title admits as much.

          • Matt

            Yeah it is a lead in movie agreed but it is not Justice League… It performed quiet well for having no known character’s i.e. batman was new superman only second movie no-one knows the wonder woman or flash or aquaman as their characters yet…. If Christian Bale had been batman for instance I suspect this movie would have made a heap more. That said I liked the take on this batman and Ben Affleck was quiet good.

      • Marie Teach

        just five years ago could you even imagine people being more excited for Captain America vs Iron Man than for Batman vs Superman?

      • SAMURAI36

        Too bad there isn’t a JL movie out yet.

      • Worldmind

        BvS really is not a Justice League movie. It could have done without that godawful subtitle.

      • Matt

        It basically is an Avengers movie…

        • Axxell

          For an “Avengers movie”, it sure does spend an awful lot of time focusing on one hero…

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      • vimal eddy

        getting paid or laid?

    • SDE456

      lmao

    • guest

      there’s no comparison. BvS sucks.

      • SAMURAI36

        Says the person who isn’t wo/man enough to put their name on what they said.

        • guest

          uh, “Samurai”. pot kettle black

          • SAMURAI36

            At least I made effort to make a screen name. People know who I am, based on it. “Guest” says nothing.

            So, pot green, kettle black. Try harder troll.

    • Let’sBeFriends

      Mmm just like there were Avengers comparisons before BvS came out. “Better watch out Marvel!” one overexcited preview screening watcher tweeted out, obviously feeling quite sheepish round about now.

  • shampooswan

    I remember Batman v Superman early reactions being incredible too…

    • Pix Layer

      And Age of Ultron

      • Investigatin Detective

        I remember AoU having sort of lukewarm reactions.

        • bluetide79

          true

        • shampooswan

          I know AMC Movie Talk raved how great it was until about a week in. :)

          • QTN

            I remember when John Campea thought TASM 2 was “awesome.”

          • SAMURAI36

            LMAO, you people basically blow where ever the wind takes you.

            Just a bunch of sheeple, with a group-think mentality.

      • Alex Murphy

        The “Good” reactions said it was fun, while the bad said it was overcrowded, uninspired or something like that, and that the best scene was the farm bit.
        None said that I was super awesome or their “New favourite MCU movie”.
        This reactions are akin to the ones during the first screenings of Winter Soldier.

      • Alex Murphy

        So far it seems the movie is good but inferior to “Winter Soldier”. We’ll see.

    • Daquan Harris

      BvS early reactions were from fan screenings these are actual critics

      • shampooswan

        Were there more than You Tube “critics”? An honest question…

        • Carl

          Yes.

        • Nir

          Yes.

      • Averix

        Put a fanboy in a comic book movie and you’ll always end up with great reviews.

      • SAMURAI36

        Actually John Campea was amongst the BVS early screenings as well.,

  • Jose Gabriel Marmol

    I just can’t stand ppl saying Cap America 2 is the best movie ever. Is stupid, the hail hydra thing “ok, lest kill 20 mill people”… WTF!! Never read a Marvel comic, that was STUPID.

    • QTN

      OK

    • Alex Murphy

      You could not stand people saying “Gravity is real” and you could also’ve never read a Physics Books, yet Gravity would still be real. Same thing with Cap America 2

    • Axxell

      They were gonna kill them because the Zola Algorithm determined they could pose a future threat…that’s why there were so many people on the hit list.

    • Ryan

      If you “can’t stand” people having a different opinion of a movie than you, then you have issues.

      • Chris Johnson

        I completely agree. It’s too bad this typically applies to one series of films ONLY and never for any others. For many people, any product not created by Marvel has a double standard applied as a rule.

        • Or people just don’t like bad movies, whether or not they feature superheroes.

  • QTN

    The universal praise for Spidey and Black Panther make me HAPPY!

  • QTN

    Good to know Disney’s checks cleared in time.

    • Lupin

      HAHAHAHA jokes!

  • QTN

    And looking at Twitter, I see BVS stans’ persecution complex getting a good solid workout tonight.

    • Lupin

      what we might see is vengeance and Ive started to see it. I think MARVEL fans (who claim to be non biased, but we all know the truth) are going to have to come to terms with the fact that they started a WAR that is going to cannibalize all comicbook movies. No matter who wins in head-to-head we all loose.
      i wish all comic book fans knew this and encouraged all comicbook movies instead of these flame wars

      • “I wish all comic book fans liked bad movies.”

      • Axxell

        It’s gonna be alright…these “wars” have existed since the beginning of Marvel and DC.

  • Why aren’t my comments posted? Ones from twitter.com/nickrob? Oh. I get it. You’re shilling.

    • Steve Steve

      I clicked on your link to see what you had to say, only to be inundated with spoilers. I wanted to experience a different perspective, and all I’ve learned is that you’re just a pos.

      • Lupin

        What did he say? Minus the spoilers

        • Alex Murphy

          All his tweets are spoilers of the movie, there isn’t any opinion, he starts all of them with “remember that Scene in Civil War where X charathers does Y thing”.

          • Lupin

            Sounds like a troll tbh

        • SAMURAI36

          That the film wasn’t that great. Typical Marvel easy-bake oven type of film.

        • SAMURAI36

          If you don’t mind the spoilers, I’d say go ahead and read what he has to say. Pretty much what I predicted about the film.

          I pretty much figured that people were gonna take to this movie, because it’s “fun”. That seems to be the prevailing sentiment thus far.

          As long as there are jokes being told, then people are gonna force themselves to like it, the same way they forced themselves to hate BVS for the exact opposite reason.

          • guest

            u do realize u got trolled by NR who didn’t watch the movie. ur such a sad sack

          • SAMURAI36

            This’ll be my last reply to you. But I didn’t get “trolled” by anybody. What he said is pretty much what several other people have said, minus the spoilers.

            But keep on holding onto Marvel’s bozack.

          • Steve Steve

            Independent of the credence you’ve given to NR, who is obviously being a s***-head, you’re being obstinate towards the critic reactions.

            Most people rate a movie purely on how enjoyable they found it to be. Those people get criticized for not caring about the quality of the storytelling/symbolism/etc. I believe that, despite my own standards for a “good” film, they deserve respect for their opinion (especially considering they are the majority of movie-goers).

            Nothing can “force” a person to enjoy something. You should have learned that during your year-long crusade to control the narrative about BvS. You obviously struggle with empathy, as you are unable to rationalize the different response many had to BvS.

          • SAMURAI36

            So, it sounds as if you’re mad because I agreed with the feelings of this “critic”, as opposed to others. I hope you’re as fair and balanced with those who dislike BVS, as you call yourself trying to be with me.

            No, I don’t have empathy for how others feel about the film, the very same way that that very same empathy isn’t returned towards me. For that matter, I didn’t even know it was supposed to be a factor. That’s because it isn’t.

            Last I checked, everyone is free to dis/like whatever they want. But at least have the common courtesy (let alone sense) enough to be able to articulate why you didn’t like it. And “BVS SUX!!” is not an example of such–at least, not one that’s gonna be taken seriously.

            Whether you or anyone else likes it or not, whenever I discuss my dislike for Marvel, I always give detailed explanations behind my reasonings. It’s not that I owe that to anyone, but in the interest and spirit of discussion/debate, it’s my hope to receive the same in return. But that rarely seems to happen.

            Instead, people are wrapped up in their feelings about Marvel, which seems very cultish to me; discussions turn into arguments, and ad hominems. Hence, the admitted lack of empathy.

            So, all that to say: you’re admonishing the wrong person here. Not that I care one way or another. I don’t know you from a can of paint, and I’m pretty sure it’s vice versa.

          • Steve Steve

            I’m not admonishing anyone. I’m criticizing you and your behavior. Your fandom and anti-fandom has destroyed your objectivity. It is a shame, because you’re obviously an educated fellow.

            Maybe read NR’s tweets again. He isn’t analyzing the movie, he’s making things up to be controversial. He is trolling, and you are buying his act.

          • SAMURAI36

            What objectivity? I never claimed to have any in the first place. In addition to being educated, I’m also quite self-aware. I’m as biased as it comes, but I’m also honest about my bias, which is more than I can say for most folks here, who pretend to be “objective”, but are clearly not.

            So save your criticisms. They’re falling on deaf ears.

            As for NR’s tweets, my issue with your POV about them, is that I’ve read similar tweets from other people about CW as well. Maybe he’s seen the film, maybe he hasn’t, but everybody can’t be lying about it.

            But NONE of this negates what I’d originally said, regardless of his tweets. None of which you actually responded to. You just wanted to make this about me, rather than having an actual discussion with me.

          • Steve Steve

            Okay buddy. I’m stuck at work for another hour, with nothing to do. You obviously don’t have a willing debate partner. Let’s do this.

            Things I thought were objectively good about BvS:
            –Gal Gadot has tremendous screen presence.
            –Ben Affleck (with Terio) did some great work with Bruce Wayne. They went with the crazy version of the character and it really came together well.
            –The writing for Lex Luthor. He was brilliant and conniving.
            –Batman’s fight scene in the warehouse was phenomenal in choreography, cinematography, and character moments.

            Things I think are objectively poor about BvS
            –Diana Prince serves no purpose in the story-line. She was just wedged into the narrative so they could include WW. Gal is also pretty flat in many of her lines, which I hope won’t hurt her solo-film too much.
            –Superman is not written as a character, but as a general concept that other characters observe. This destroys the few moments he does get.
            –Lois Lane is there throughout the story despite serving no real function other than as a damsel for Superman. She is rescued so many times in the film that it becomes meaningless.
            –The method for introducing the other JL characters was weak, but made far worse by the fact that WB knew that would be under heavy scrutiny and failed to do something interesting with it.
            –The story structure of the first two acts is a slow burn and makes the effort to establish compelling justifications for the superhero fight. Then, instead of building into the fight, the movie sets up the real climax RIGHT BEFORE THE BATTLE! Thereby upstaging the titular conflict. When the BvS battle starts, the audience is already waiting for the end so they can go fight Doomsday. I, along with many others, felt robbed. I still do.
            –Jesse Eisenberg tried something big, and it rubbed many people the wrong way. I don’t have a problem with it myself, but it should have been clear to the filmmakers that his performance would anger people.
            –The “Martha” moment was contrived. While I was on-board with Batman being taken aback by the name, there needed to be more to that exchange to make Batman change his whole perspective. I thought he would realize that Luthor had been manipulating him all along and that he had been too distracted by hate to notice. Batman could have paused his battle to save Martha, but not completely embraced Superman.
            –The faux death scene in space, followed quickly by his resurrection, destroyed the emotional impact of the “real” Superman death. We were all shown that Superman can be healed by the sun, so we can’t feel anything during the funerals (except, I admit, during that brief Lois/Martha moment in his bedroom). Then, to assure us of what we already know, the dirt rises off the casket. They tried something huge with the death, then totally botched it.

            I have more complaints, but I think they’ll mostly be answered in the director’s cut. Perhaps some of the one’s I’ve listed here will also be answered in the full movie.

          • SAMURAI36

            Okay, so like you, I’m at work, and I’ll be getting off shortly, with not enough time to address all your points. But if you’re patient, I’ll do my best to respond to all of them tomorrow.

            But thanx in advance for engaging. :-)

          • Steve Steve

            Sounds good.

          • Steve Steve

            Hey man. Hows the rebuttal going?

          • SAMURAI36

            It’s coming, I promise. Work today was alot busier than I expected, so I haven’t had the chance to sit down and respond in a thorough way, the way I’d like to.

            But rest assured, I thought about your statements, and my responses to them all the way home last night. Please know that I haven’t forgotten about you.

          • Steve Steve

            Cool, no rush. I was just wondering if I should check back again.

          • SAMURAI36

            You get the email notifications, right? That’s how I always know people have responded to my posts.

          • SAMURAI36

            Things I thought were objectively good about BvS:

            –Gal Gadot has tremendous screen presence.

            –Ben Affleck (with Terio) did some great work with Bruce Wayne. They went with the crazy version of the character and it really came together well.

            –The writing for Lex Luthor. He was brilliant and conniving.

            –Batman’s fight scene in the warehouse was phenomenal in choreography, cinematography, and character moments.

            Not sure what the “objectively” part is all about, but okay. I definitely agree with these aspects.

            Let me preface my responses, by stating beforehand that I have very unorthodox views when it comes to DC characters. Which is at least part of the reason why I love what they have done, and are doing with the DCEU thus far, because they are definitely taking an unorthodox approach to developing that universe.

            Things I think are objectively poor about BvS

            –Diana Prince serves no purpose in the story-line. She was just wedged into the narrative so they could include WW. Gal is also pretty flat in many of her lines, which I hope won’t hurt her solo-film too much.

            Doesn’t this contradict your very first statement? How does she have “presence” in one regard, but “flat” in another?

            Anyways, I disagree. Not sure what “many lines” you felt like she had, as she only had about 4. And I felt like the delivery of those were sexy, aloof, and gave the viewer a hint that she knew–and was–more than she let on.

            Also, Diana is a role (as a secret ID) that she rarely uses, at least in the comics. Espeically since the world already knows who she is. But here, she’s meant to be deceptively “useless”. Had Bruce not been who/what he is, she would’ve gotten what she needed, and no one would’ve been the wiser. And her purpose, as she clearly stated, was to see what Luthor was up to, in addition to confirming for herself, if Luthor had what she thought he had. As someone who had kept a very low profile for the past century, Luthor could have exposed her.

            Her role was meant to be subversive, and very well it was.

            –Superman is not written as a character, but as a general concept that other characters observe. This destroys the few moments he does get.

            I agree, that Superman is more or less written as a force of nature, rather than a “character”, but that’s why I love about him–at least, when he’s written that way. The reality is, Superman as a “character” fails more often than not, especially in the comics.

            But then, that’s what I love about DC characters, because the A-listers tend to be forces of nature, and/or principles/idea(l)s personified. For instance, Batman in the movie was literally the embodiment of fear. The women he saved was terrified of him. In fact, they were more afraid of their savior, than they seemed to be of their tormentor. Joker in TDK was an “agent of chaos”.

            Superman, IMO was the embodiment of several idea(l)s, wrapped into one; the embodiment of hope, but also the emodiment of self-discovery. These and a few more ideals are seen floating around him in synchronous orbit, thru out the film (as well as MOS). He’s both potential realized and untapped.

            For me, one of my fave Superman moments, was in the JLU cartoon, where Superman explained himself to Darkseid; “I feel like I’m living in a world made of cardboard..”

            Writers are so busy trying to “humanize” Superman (a failed endeavor, IMO) that they never tap into what makes the character great. Humanizing Superman is basically painting him into a corner. They’ve spent the past 3 decades, trying to make him into this domesticated housewife, always pining after Lois (more on her in a moment), and placing him in these weird, boring, trite scenarios where he has no business being.

            I don’t know if you read the comics, but some of the best selling Superman stories are the ones where he’s going all-out, battling an enemy. Not when he’s cuddled up with Lois, and they’re talking about their day at the Daily Planet.

            Superman in the DCEU is a completely different take on the character. One that’s gotten lost in the shuffle over the years, and had only recently been rediscovered in the New 52. The original Superman from the 30’s was brash, bullish, concise, and a man of few words…. Just like the Superman from MOS and BVS.

            Also, I’m quite glad that they killed the “Clark Kent” persona, and hope that it stays dead in the future films.

            To Be Continued….

          • SAMURAI36

            In Continuation….

            –Lois Lane is there throughout the story despite serving no real function other than as a damsel for Superman. She is rescued so many times in the film that it becomes meaningless.

            While I agree with this, it’s kinda a double-edged sword. This is precisely the reason why I’ve NEVER been a fan of Lois Lane. She’s a pointless character, that serves no real purpose, other than what you described. I feel like she’s part of what made Superman stale for the past few decades. It never made any sense to me, that Clark Kent, as this farm-boy, would chase after this condescending, ball-busting city woman, who doesn’t respect him as a “man”. She belittles his upbringing every chance she gets (calling him “Smallville”, “farm-boy”, and the like), undermines all his professional endeavors, and NEVER once thought of giving the Clark Kent persona a chance at love, despite how much he threw himself at him. But everytime “Superman” showed up, she was all in. “Clark Kent” was ALWAYS worthless and inferior in her mind, and even when he revealed his true identity to her, she still only tolerated “Clark”, because she knew it was a facade.

            Those 2 characters NEVER belonged together, IMO. According to the comics, they’re not even genetically compatible. I was more than elated when DC finally opted to pair Superman and WW together in the comics. But alas, that doesn’t seem to be the route they are going in for the movies.

            BUT, this is basically the same concept as the Lois in the comics. There really isn’t all that much that can be done with the character, and have her remain faithful to the comics, which is what they did.

            I personally would’ve been fine if they’d written her completely out of the story, but it seems that they have a purpose for her later on, as was evinced in the Knightmare sequence (re: Injustice).

            However, I did feel that they redeemed her to some degree, between MOS and BVS. They really played up her investigative skills between the 2 films. And she wasn’t the rip-roaring b!+c# that she usually is in the comics. But then again, they front-loaded the story for the movies, where Clark’s persona wasn’t something that she didn’t know right out the gate.

            –The method for introducing the other JL characters was weak, but made far worse by the fact that WB knew that would be under heavy scrutiny and failed to do something interesting with it.

            I completely disagree with this, but you didn’t really give me alot to work with here (what was “weak” about it? What could/should they have done different?), but here goes… The easter eggs for the other characters were amazing. Flash was like a ghost in his segment; WW’s set her up as an ancient character (hence her role in the film); Aquaman’s is actually a throwback from MOS, wherein he (or some of his Atlanteans) saved Superman in MOS; Cyborg’s was especially poignant, as they established his connection with Darkseid an the New Gods, as well as establishing Cadmus in the DCEU.

            The beauty about these segments, is that it’s clear the metahumans in the DCEU don’t want to be found, and Superman’s presence has brought unintended light on them (as was stated in the Suicide Squad trailer).

            But beyond that, I really don’t get what’s not to like about these. We were told months ago, that the cameos would be precisely that, and that’s exactly what we got. Half the goal of BVS was to establish the DCEU, and it did that as well, hence the “Dawn of Justice” part.

            –The story structure of the first two acts is a slow burn and makes the effort to establish compelling justifications for the superhero fight. Then, instead of building into the fight, the movie sets up the real climax RIGHT BEFORE THE BATTLE! Thereby upstaging the titular conflict. When the BvS battle starts, the audience is already waiting for the end so they can go fight Doomsday. I, along with many others, felt robbed. I still do.

            Sorry, but I really don’t understand what you’re saying here. Are you complaining that the BVS fight wasn’t long enough?

            Otherwise, this is typical superhero storytelling; the villain makes the heroes fight each other, and when the misunderstanding is cleared up, the Heroes team up against the real threat. Not sure what you felt “robbed” over. If “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” isn’t a clear indicator of what you were going to get from this film, then I really don’t know what to tell you.

            –Jesse Eisenberg tried something big, and it rubbed many people the wrong way. I don’t have a problem with it myself, but it should have been clear to the filmmakers that his performance would anger people.

            Based on what, exacltly? And this seems like a rather disingenuous complaint. There’s no need for you to play defense attorney for others. If it’s not your battle, don’t fight it. You should be standing right beside me, explaining why it worked, not taking up the sword against people who share your sentiment, for the sake of people who would just as soon question your tastes as well.

            –The “Martha” moment was contrived. While I was on-board with Batman being taken aback by the name, there needed to be more to that exchange to make Batman alter his whole perspective. I thought he would realize that Luthor had been manipulating him all along and that he had been too distracted by hate to notice. Batman could have paused his battle to save Martha, but not completely embraced Superman.

            What you supposed, is precisely what I got from the scene. Batman realized he’d been played for a fool. He allowed Luthor to put a battery in his back, realizing that Luthor set up the sequence of events, practically from the beginning. I didn’t need any of this spelled out for me. And, as much as I’m interested in seeing the director’s cut, it’s not gonna tell me anything that I wasn’t able to ascertain for myself.

            –The faux death scene in space, followed quickly by his resurrection, destroyed the emotional impact of the “real” Superman death. We were all shown that Superman can be healed by the sun, so we can’t feel anything during the funerals (except, I admit, during that brief Lois/Martha moment in his bedroom). Then, to assure us of what we already know, the dirt rises off the casket. They tried something huge with the death, then totally botched it.

            Except Superman can’t be killed. This sequence of events plays right out of the comics, albeit a truncated version. Everything from the nuke blast, to the death, to the pending resurrection. The sun will always heal Superman. Full stop. So what did they botch, exactly?

            When it comes to complaints such as this one, it seems like people’s real complaint is that the film was TOO comic book accurate. Should they have gone the Marvel route, and only loosely base their films on their books? Moreover, it was the way he died against DD that was the emotional resonance. His confession to Lois, his having to kill “Zod” again, and making what he knew was going to be the ultimate sacrifice. Regardless of what the audience knew or knows about Superman’s powers, or the fact that something was up with him in the grave, you were supposed to identify with all the other characters, who were reacting to his death.

            Watching people react and mourn in solidarity, who would otherwise be divided on their POV of Superman, was something to behold. He was the selfless hero that died for them.

            It sounds like you robbed yourself, by focusing on the fact that you knew Superman would resurrect. At no point was that relevant to the story of BVS. It’s definitely relevant to the DCEU as a whole, but not this particular film.

            I have more complaints, but I think they’ll mostly be answered in the director’s cut. Perhaps some of the one’s I’ve listed here will also be answered in the full movie.

            I’d also recommend watching the film again, if you haven’t already.

    • Lupin

      Nick, you know, you’d help your case better if you didnt sound like a troll. Sanitize your twitter of all the spoilers and speak in a more non-biased tone about what you liked and loathed about the film.
      you can do it, I have faith in you :)

    • SAMURAI36

      Just curious, what your thoughts were about BVS?

  • Carl

    Incredible response so far. I can’t believe how early they let reactions out. Marvel must have known that they knocked it out of the park. Reviews are coming on the 13th too!!!

    • Axxell

      This must be a record for earliest review embargo lift…heck, if there WAS an embargo at all…

    • SAMURAI36

      Imagine that…. The exact same response to BVS.

      • Carl

        Sure except these are from critics and industry professionals not just fans like BvS was.

  • Boogie

    So Baron Zemo sucks? Why can’t Marvel put any energy in their villains?

    • Zemo’s not even in the movie that much, why would you think he sucks?

      • Alex Murphy

        I don’t know if you saw the movie (I haven’t), but some reviews said that Marvel wasted another villain.
        If it’s true it sucks because Zemo is awesome.

        • Steve Steve

          It isn’t supposed to be the “real” Zemo, This Zemo is based on the son of the “real” Zemo.

          • SAMURAI36

            LMAO at that excuse.

          • Steve Steve

            Not an excuse. Just saying that it isn’t the Zemo that Alex considers to be “awesome.”

        • I know the producers outright said that one of his main purposes in the movie is to set him up to appear again later.

      • Boogie

        Do you like booty?

    • Bjacks

      Because for better or worse, Marvel puts their energy into their heroes. The villain is there to essentially prop up the hero. DC does a great job of making compelling villains on screen, but not always as much with their heroes. Guess it matters if you’re more of a “heroes” or “villains” guy, but I will be surprised if Marvel short changes Thanos as a villain.

      • dkz

        I’m sorry but DC’s rogues gallery other than Heath Ledger were just as bad as Marvel’s.

        ra’s al ghoul = obadiah stane
        Joker = loki
        Bane = winter soldier

        Zod = ronan
        Lex = Justin hammer
        Doomsday = that dark elf’s second in command

        • mavr1ckoutlaw o

          I couldn’t agree more. Especially the Doomsday comparison. Doomsday was a wasted opportunity, and was relegated to a 2nd tier villain like Kurse from Thor2.

          I would argue Bane=Ultron would be a better comparison, but the rest looks solid to me.

          • SAMURAI36

            Except that’s precisely what DD is. People act like DD was some in-depth character. He was never that. He was just a force of nature, intent on killing everything in sight.

            Just goes to show that people really don’t understand anything about DC characters.

          • Fenix

            Right and they shoe horned him in to do a complete waste of death and return after only one movie getting to know this version of Superman.

          • SAMURAI36

            Uhh, yeah…. It’s been two movies.

            And how many movies does it take in order to tell the DOS, which is actually a very short story in the comics?

            The REAL story of DOS happens after his death, not during.

        • UnBoxingJon

          Yeah, but Justin Hammer actually amused me. Lex just made my scrunch my forehead a bit.

        • Bjacks

          I can’t argue against what you’re saying, but for the most part, throughout the years, I still believe DC has more memorable villains- Catwoman, Penquin, Lex, Joker, and Zod. Plus, depending on the popularity, Suicide Squad, a whole team of villains.

        • SAMURAI36

          LMAO, comparing Zod to Ronan, whom nobody even remembers from GOTG??

          Good luck with that.

          • mavr1ckoutlaw o

            Keep those rose tinted glasses on, fangirl.

      • SAMURAI36

        They put their energy into their “heroes”, because those characters fill the role of both Hero and Villain simultaneously. They’ve been fighting each other since the very beginning, and this movie is nothing but the culmination of that.

        • Bjacks

          How so? I’m not saying you’re wrong, I just don’t know what you mean. Any examples that I could follow?

          • SAMURAI36

            *Sigh*

            I’ve talked about this numerous times on here before, but I’ll try to be as succinct as possible:

            When it comes to both the movies and comics, Marvel has spent the better part of 2 decades making their “heroes” fight each other most of the time, rather than their actual villains.

            When you look at the comics, ever since Disassembled, it’s been one continuous story of the heroes fighting, killing, spying on, etc other heroes. Creating secret organizations to discredit each other.

            Civil War, Seige, AVX, Messiah Complex, etc.

            The fine line between heroism and villainy in Marvel is constantly being trounced over. Very few “heroes” actually qualify as being “heroes” (Spidey is one of the few exceptions).

            Meanwhile, the villains are either under used, to the point, of appearing ridiculous, and only picking up the scraps of the aftermath of when the “heroes” fight each other, or they end up teaming up with their villains, or have them join their groups.

            Fast forward to the movies, and the exact same thing is happening, albeit a truncated version. The MCU films have largely consisted of these characters fighting/bickering amongst each other, while one remedial villain or another takes advantage of the situation.

            These “heroes” do more to endanger the world than any of their villains do. It makes it all the worse, when these characters (especially in the comics) all work for or with the govt in one form or another. So they are basically govt employees, collecting a paycheck. they’re basically soldiers or mercenaries. That’s not real heroism, when they are told/manipulated into doing the “right thing”.

            This is just one of MANY reasons why I’m not a Marvel fan.

    • Axxell

      That would suck if true…it’s a recurring issue with Marvel.

      • SAMURAI36

        Wow, this is the first time I’ve heard you say something negative about your cult. In fact, I recall you trying to argue this same point not long ago. But it’s okay, I always thought you were a little schizo. LOL

        • Axxell

          I’ve always held the view that Marvel had a hit-or-miss record when it comes to villains. Unless we’re talking about any of the particularly good ones, my view’s been always the same.

          You, OTOH, can’t even admit to a single negative thing from WB/DC, despite how much of a dumpster fire their DCCU currently is.

    • unpaidpundit

      I thought Red Skull was a good villain.

  • Marquis de Sade

    …and Marvel said: “LET THERE BE LIGHT, AND SHOW DC/WB THE WAY!”

    • Alex Murphy

      They did it in 2012.

      • Marquis de Sade

        Yeah, and too bad, DC/WB chose the path to mediocrity instead. LOL!

        • Alex Murphy

          MCU: Bad-ass
          DCU: Bad direting, bad acting, bad casting, lol
          I was excited that they were going to fix up everthing after MOS, that BvS was going to be more comic booky, but after seeing the castings, like Ezra Miller being Flash and Momoa being Aquaman I anticipated BvS being a shitfest back in 2014.
          It’s too bad really since I’m a big fan of The Flash.

          • Marquis de Sade

            Yep! Berlanti’s handling of DC’s properties on tv is spot on. He gets it. Too bad on the theatrical side the same can’t be said.

          • SonOfKrpton

            Well, considering he killed *spoiler* in the last Arrow episode, I would disagree with you.

          • Farooq Jamal

            Still not good enough to be flash?

          • Alex Murphy

            Nope, his face was the issue, not his body. Plus he already did a hippie Barry Allen so it’s already ruined.

          • Farooq Jamal

            and I don’t know whats your beef with momoa.

        • Worldmind

          If you mean 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises, it is anything but a mediocre film. It’s a great movie in it’s own right, and in fact improves over time when you distance it from the hype and box-office surrounding it’s release.

          • Marquis de Sade

            I’m not talking about Nolan’s TDK trilogy. I’m talking about DCEU.

          • Worldmind

            OK my mistake, I just read it as a reply to Alex Murphy’s 2012 comment

  • Gabe323

    Is there still some kind of embargo in effect? Nobody seems to really be mentioning any of the characters that aren’t Cap or IM.

    • Axxell

      Yeah..people are talking about Spiderman and Black Panther. Didn’t you read the article?

      • Gabe323

        I mean besides the best ever this or that….are people actually allowed to talk about the movie?

        • Axxell

          The movie was JUST previewed, so people haven’t had a chance to formulate a lengthy assessment of the film beyond quick bullet points. We’ll see once the full reviews start going up online.

    • Steve Steve

      Yes, there is a review embargo in effect until April 13th. The social media embargo was lifted so reviewers can give their general thoughts about the movie without any specifics.

  • Sean_Disqus

    From the looks of it Winter Solider might be the slightly better and more cohesive story but Civil War will be more epic and better action and very close behind in terms of quality. I am thinking this might be a Batman Begins and Dark knight situation for me where the dark knight is a better movie but batman begins is still fantastic and I love batman begins. Can’t believe I have to wait a month but now I can manage my expectations and I don’t have to expect perfection.

  • Jude Mabuza

    Well from a structural stand point I’m sure Civil War is better than BvS (and after 8 movies with these characters of course we’d be more invested in them).
    But beyond that I’ll take all these early reactions with a grain of salt. BvS had an overwhelming amount of positive feedback from early screenings. Which; even if you liked the movie like I did; was not a true reflection of both the merits & flaws of the film.
    It’s not going to suck (Marvel have these films down to a science); but I not going to believe it’s the “greatest comic book film of all time” until I actual see it.

    • Lupin

      Actually ppl have already said it’s not. One critic said it’s not in MCU top5 but still said he’d rate it as fresh.
      I think that Disney/MARVEL has a formula and all they have to do is plug & play and at least it will be a good movie.
      WB/DCEU is still in their exploratory stages finding out how they can be unique and what works. They seem to revel in taking polarizing stances.
      Im glad we have both with different styles to give us variety. It’s going to help comicbook movies in general when everything isnt the same.
      I have moderate expectations for WS, although I think that critics will generally give it awesome ratings.

    • Math

      The feedback coming from the early BvS screenings came from people I did not know, so I couldn’t tell if they had similar taste in movies that I have. They could have been WB employees trying to create positive buzz for the movie for all I know. The reactions coming from Civil War is from movie critics that I know and follow and usually agree with. They have similar taste then me and we more often then not see eye to eye on these films. So I have a lot more faith in this positive buzz then I ever had in BvS positive buzz. But in the end, I don’t really care what they all say. I’ll make up my own mind. I had issues with BvS, but I’ve probably enjoyed the movie more then most and who knows, maybe I won’t enjoy Civil War as much as I hope I do, but it is encouraging and exciting to hear that it was a hit with these people.

    • Worldmind

      Well said, sir.

    • Let’sBeFriends

      The difference was that the early BvS screening reactions were by overhyped fans, these reactions are actually from critics who will be reviewing the film. I’m still not going to amp myself up too much regardless though.

  • Boogie

    Ok, I’ve read that Baron Zemo blows Loki out of the water. Might be Marvel’s best villain.

    • DarkoCool

      Where did you read that? I keep hearing he’s another weak villian like the usual.

      • Boogie

        It’s his introduction. I don’t expect him to be Dr. Claw.

  • Lupin

    Dont believe a word that Devin Faraci (@devincf) says about anything. He’s a troll. He’s the one that started the false rumors on Suicide Squad. He has no credibility.
    The rest of the reactions are from credible sources

    • UnBoxingJon

      What false rumor about Suicide Squad are you talking about?

    • He has a lot more credibility than you do, so there’s that.

      • SAMURAI36

        You have some nerve to talk about anyone’s credibility.

        • I’m not any site’s resident troll, but I do what I can to maintain credibility in other ways. What a fine and totally not shameful thing that would be to be, though.

    • batghost

      Devin Faraci seems to be one of the only critics who will review these films as a serious lifetime fan should. And he is usually right most of the time.

  • Sammy Boy

    I wont trust these. I trusted the first critics on BvS and it didn’t turned out well for me. Needless to say, I always taught that this was going a superior movie to BvS.

    • Convoy

      Those first reactions from the fans who saw the movie early. Not critics reactions.

    • Math

      BvS reactions were from people I did not know, so I had no reference on their taste in movies. They could have been paid by WB for all I know. These reactions are from people I follow because I know we have similar taste in movies. That to me has a lot more weight.

  • Tighelander

    If there were “truth in advertising” for movie titles, Warner Bros. would have to take the “v” out of “BvS”.

  • Tighelander

    I finally saw BvS, and it was so bad that it should just be called, “BS” instead.

  • Joseph Chaisson

    I am looking forward to this film, but I do not trust early reactions. I didn’t trust the early reaction for the greatest super hero movie of all time, Deadpool. Those reaction were correct but I still take this with a grain of salt.

  • Robert Mexico
  • jollybrah

    Not surprising really, but I give it about a week before spoilers get out. Same thing happened with AoU last year and they didn’t show the film as much as Civil War is going to be. Marvel has always been bad with this, say what you will about DC, at least they kept the spoilers under wrap, didn’t see one spoiler about BvS before it came out.

    • Axxell

      Some would say the trailers spoiled all the major plot points in the movie. Whereas Marvel has barely shown anything new for about a month.

      • jollybrah

        Sure the second BvS gave away a lot of plot points but this isn’t what I’m talking about, it’s not like they showed the movie to everyone months before release, it was a trailer. Plot points aren’t the spoiler bits anyways, it’s the awesome nerdy parts and the who dies and such. Not like you saw people posting spoilers about Superman dying and The Flash coming from the future to warn Bruce weeks before release but I guarantee you someone will spoil who dies and some other awesome bits in the film as soon as the fan screening is over and then that will get across the net and the trolls will get there time to shine. Marvel are just to dumb to let this happen.

        • Axxell

          There IS a danger that someone might spoil the movie this early; then again, only critics have presumably seen it. All in all, at least it’s not Marvel themselves spoiling the movie with trailers.

      • Chris W

        They kept a pretty massive spoiler under wraps though. Not to say I couldn’t see it happening a few minutes ahead of time. But going in to the movie I had no idea about Supermans fate.

  • Rod Ross

    Of course they have good reviews from critics, Disney has most of them bought off.

    • Let’sBeFriends

      Sure, just like FOX bought the critics off for Deadpool

      Sounds like everyone has money but WB rofl

    • SAMURAI36

      EXACTLY. And, they paid top dollar for those same critics to crap on BVS as well.

      • Axxell

        Yeah, even the ones working for Time Warner, right?

  • John Gargiulo

    Looking forward to this very much. No where near as much at BvS. And u doubt it can top that for me. I still can’t wait to see Spidey and Black Panther. Film looks awesome. Not as good as the BvS trailers and style but still really cool….

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    Its pretty sad that people are arguing about a movie they’ve seen maybe 5min in total out of a 2.5 hour film. Yes, you are seeing a lot of the other Avengers in the previews and a 2min film clip (to sell the use of “Civil War” in the title), but I’m pretty sure over 2 hours of this film will focus on Captain America.

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  • Rickchablis1

    Well, this gives me hope

  • Matt

    Liked this movie a lot on par almost with Winter Solider still preferred BvS though which actually set up the story better in previous MOS where as Marvel universe never mentioned any of these issues till now. In MOS everyone complained about Superman crashing into building in his fight when it turns out stark killed hundreds if not thousands of people due to his creation of Ultron… Either BvS is a bit of a darker more thought provoking take where as Civil war is more of a enjoy the ride a little bit of fun take. Good Pop Corn movie but you can not really take the consequences seriously…