Collateral damage and unintended consequences are sometimes inevitable while justice in the making. Some realize that there’s always price for restoring order, some don’t. And when there’s no agreement between both parties, what will happen then? Sure, warfare of unprecedented magnitude will occur, especially when third party comes in play to make it worse.That’s the core of Sebastian Stan’s latest movie entitled Captain America: Civil War.
Driven by desires and beliefs to make this world a better place, the Avengers is divided into two big powers. The one is led by Steve Rogers The Captain America (Chris Evans), and the one has Tony Stark The Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) as the leader. Iron Man asks Captain America to sign the agreement to put the Avengers under certain committee. The agreement forces the Avengers to stay still until a command is made by the committee. Otherwise, who violates the law will be prosecuted and put in jail.
At the same time, what happened in the past provokes Helmut Zemo (Daniel Bruhl) to launch his own revenge. Having accidentally kills the King T’Chaka of Wakanda of Nigeria, Zemo manages to put Barnes The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) as fugitive. Zemo discovers that Barnes is the product of HYDRA experiment in the past; and he manages to finds the words to re-activate Barnes the Winter Soldier and puts him under his command. Captain America, who has been searching for Barnes, finds him and saves him eventually. However, Iron Man disagrees with what he did, and asks Captain America to surrender him. Refusing to do so, both Captain America and Iron Man assemble their team members. Physical duels occur then, which ia considered by both forces as the only solution to restore their order and belief.
Captain America: Civil War is quite similar to recent superhero movie such as Batman V Superman, in which superheroes are blamed for their actions. But, such movie teaches us that common people and this world need superheroes more than ever. Regardless of that moral value, Captain America: Civil War visualizes friendship, family relationship, love and war in captivating ways. The drama is natural in the making, especially when Iron Man discovers who murdered his parents. On the other hand, the action is much more ‘normal’ in which less effect has been involved. Though Captain America: Civil War has friendship as one of its cores, the message is delivered so well that it won’t ruin the fact that this is an action movie – and making it a must-see film. You don’t need to think twice to see Captain America: Civil War. There are many MARVEL superheroes involved in this movie. Audience will find Natasha Romanoff The Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) as the only one who is neutral, while Sam Wilson The Falcon (Anthony Mackie), Clint Barton The Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), Wanda Maximoff The Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), and Scott Lang The Ant-Man or The Giant-Man (Paul Rudd) are companion to Captain America. On the other hand, James Rhodes The War Machine (Don Cheadle), T’Chala The Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Vision (Paul Bettany), and Peter Parker The Spiderman (Tom Holland) are on Iron Man’s team. They all fight for their belief regardless of their relationship and partnership so far. So, get your ticket immediately to enjoy this movie!