Watch Movie “Captain Marvel” This Weekend : Brie Larson Channels Her Rage And Wins Hearts

Can Captain Marvel carry the MCU into a new era? Let's check out what critics have to say!

Published on March 8th, 2019

An important part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain Marvel, the film follows Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races.

Set in the 1990s, Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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The early screenings of the film has attracted some mixed opinions. While some are calling it “fun and fresh,” others are calling it a Marvel film that feels dated. Here’s what critics are saying about Captain Marvel:

 

Movie Reviews “Captain Marvel

 

Movie Review: BBC

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Larson fits seamlessly into the world of the Avengers, which means leaping into space and sending blue beams of energy from her fists. Captain Marvel may be good enough to satisfy the series’ built-in audience, but might disappoint anyone expecting more.

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Movie Review: Associated Press

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“All-in-all it’s fine, but nothing to get too excited about. And it could have and should have been so much better: The cast was there, the cool directing talents, the budget and the ‘brand’ goodwill. Halfway through most Marvel movies I don’t often find myself dreaming up some other Brie Larson, Jude Law, Annette Bening, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn and Gemma Chan movie (oh right Gemma Chan is in this as a glorified extra), but it happened in ‘Captain Marvel.”

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Movie Review: Thrillist

“The raw material is all there, but filmmaking itself does not yield any truly thrilling, resonant moments. The action sequences are rote, at times almost muddled. A CGI set piece toward the end looks downright retro, and not in a cool, ‘90s way. But, hey, there have been plenty of male Marvel stars have gotten totally serviceable vehicles — why can’t that be acceptable for a woman?”

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Movie Review: IndieWire

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“Larson is far too eager to play her own action figure, and that proud approach doesn’t leave Carol anywhere to go once her memories inevitably return. So she settles for quips and second-hand glimpses into whatever life she used to live. There’s an emotional core in there somewhere, but the movie doesn’t find it. Not since Edward Norton’s Hulk has the MCU offered such a two-dimensional title hero (compared to Danvers, Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk might as well be a Dostoyevsky character).”

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Movie Review: The Verge

“Captain Marvel’s biggest strength lies in its central relationship between Carol and Air Force pilot Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch). Like Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes, Carol and Maria are bonded by a shared past and a deep friendship, even if Carol can’t remember it. Captain Marvel is the rare Marvel character without even a token love interest, but Larson has described Carol and Maria’s friendship as ‘the love of the movie …”

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