Coming to theaters three months ago.
OKLAHOMA CITY – My friend Katie said I should write a review of the latest Marvel movie, Captain America: Civil War. I’ve not been able to bring myself to write anything as the movie was entirely unremarkable. Today, though, I’ve found myself completely bored and realized I should write up my (sparse) thoughts.
Cap battles the Winter Soldier. Chilly!
OKLAHOMA CITY – April 4, 2014 was a significant day for two reasons. First, it marked my nine-year anniversary of working for Ideal Homes. Woo hoo. Second, it was the day that Marvel kicked off it’s bid to take over the film industry. While my work anniversary was thoroughly unspectacular, Marvel’s kick-off was quite the opposite. With over $100 million in its first four days, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is on pace to bring in quite a tidy sum for the comic book company. That isn’t all. While doing predictably well at the box office, CATWS is also gaining traction as a bona fide critical success, accruing some of the highest ratings of any Marvel movie since the initial Ironman.
OKLAHOMA CITY – If you like Marvel movies, 2014 is a great year to be you. With five films dropping, including two featuring entirely fresh heroes, fans of the comic book company’s pictures will have something to look forward to all year long. In preparation, I decided to give a quick rundown/preview of each flick. Enjoy!