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Looks like Disney’s Taking Back Promise of a Black Captain America

January 16, 2021

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Did preachy celebrities hurt ‘Avengers: Endgame’ ticket sales?

May 25, 2019

Nolte: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Did Not Save a Box Office Still 10% Behind Last Year

A Politically Correct review of Avengers Endgame

April 30, 2019

There’s nothing worse than supposedly P.C./woke movies that actually perpetuate outdated stereotypes.

Avengers: Endgame – Review and trailer – VIDEO

April 26, 2019

The critics have spoken: Avengers Endgame is a cinematic triumph

Captain America actor Chris Evans obsessed with Twitter trolling Trump

May 30, 2017

Chris Evans’ trolling of Trump on Twitter seems more an obsession than a pastime

Trump traumatized Celebrity Meltdowns causing Global Warming

November 23, 2016

What are all these celebrities still doing here? Didn’t they promise us they were gone if Trump won? So many of them said they were heading to Canada, street artist Sabo created a fake real estate company to help them move. Now that it’s time to make good on their promise they’re strangely silent. Amy Schumer has been the only one to comment and she says she was “just joking.”

‘The Avengers: Civil War’ – New World Order Elites demand control of all Super Heroes

May 7, 2016

In the new Marvel Comics blockbuster film “The Avengers: Civil War,” Captain America goes into battle – against the United Nations.

Cap doesn’t actually attack the UN, but he resists when 117 countries in the organization launch a proposal to monitor the activities of superheroes.

In the past Cap and his teammates – Iron Man, Hawkeye, the Hulk and others – have caused so much destruction protecting the world from external threats that the UN want to treat them as registered weapons. Every time the heroes have to spring into action they must first get clearance from a bureaucratic panel.

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ targets drones and government spying on Americans

April 6, 2014

President Barack Obama’s name isn’t mentioned during the new superhero sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
The president, and particularly his so-called errorist “kill list,” was still very much on the mind of co-director Joe Russo and his creative team.
Russo told Mother Jones that the filmmakers wanted to bring a political edge to the new film. So they read, and read, the latest headlines for inspiration. They didn’t have to look too far to find material that would flesh out Captain America’s latest adventure, even if they fail to directly connect the plot to Obama.
So [Anthony] and I just looked at the issues that were causing anxiety for us, because we read a lot and are politically inclined. And a lot of that stuff had to do with civil liberties issues, drone strikes, the president’s kill list, preemptive technology”—all themes they worked into the film, working closely with screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.
Captain America: The First Avenger finds our hero (Chris Evans) battling forces willing to use the government’s spy data for nefarious purposes.
The film marks Hollywood’s second project this year with Obama drones on its mind. The recent RoboCop reboot also explored the morality behind government-run drones.

Captain America battles DHS terrorists in ‘The Winter Soldier’

October 28, 2013


‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Trailer

October 24, 2013

If you’ve been thinking that those agents of SHIELD may be up to no good, then the trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier is likely to make you very happy indeed — and that’s even before you get to see the Falcon in action for the first time.

Thor: The Dark World: Film Review

Tony Stark Discovers the Truth About His Past in ‘Iron Man’ Comic

Can Marvel’s Mandarin Rise Again?
Marvel has just released the first trailer for next year’s follow-up to 2012’s Captain America: The First Avenger, and it looks like it’ll live up to the “political thriller” that’s been promised for months now (with, of course, the addition of some superhero fights and massive action sequences — that Helicarrier really can’t stay in the air, can it? — to keep everyone interested).