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Tag: Chris Evans
Captain America's follow through, free from the restraints of origin stories, is an absolute thriller.
It's a calculated, precise piece of popcorn art, the type that defines the term “summer blockbuster,” and possibly redefines it.
Anyone want to bet $20 that Chris Evans is the guy Anna Faris ends up with at the end of What's Your Number?
Dialogue exchanges are kept fierce, a sense of urgency and tension delivered from narrative-enriching performances.
Of all its success and failures, Captain America captures the spirit, and reinvigorates the character for its true purpose.
... the film feels stranded and confined, unwilling to break many barriers or give audiences the sense that this is all a comic book
If Jedi roamed free in the modern day, they would undoubtedly end up involved in something like Push. There is little question George Lucas’ space saga inspired the events …
At a brisk 90 minutes, this is a great family film, even though the youngest may need some help to get them through.
Marvel continues to pull the superheroes out of their long line of comics to toss onto the big screen. Hardly the best of their lot, the Fantastic Four are …