MCU Review 9: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

captain america the winter soldier movie review

Movie Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is an immense improvement over its period-piece entry that at long last carries its super-trooper into the 21st world climate and while there are barely any things to criticize, the greater part of its balance is right on target. 
Set two years after the events of The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier proceeds with the story of Steve Rogers; a super-officer who’s actually attempting to change in the cutting edge world. The plot concerns the intrigue inside S.H.I.E.L.D. which Rogers attempts to reveal with the assistance of Natasha Romanoff, just for Rogers to find that his past hasn’t been wiped out yet. 
Directed by the duo of Anthony and Joe Russo, the movie is altogether adjusted with regards to action and show despite the fact that the humor endures a shot in the film’s goal to go somewhat darker. The screenplay is splendid as well, for the story keeps the center of the first film alive in its new structure. The Cinematography is dynamic. The pacing is awesome and Henry Jackman packs in with a score that feels much advanced. 
Going towards acting, then the cast includes Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Sebastian Stan, and others with Robert Redford and Anthony Mackie as new increments. Evans is a characteristic in the function of Rogers and the suit is as fitting as in the past yet it’s his minutes with Johansson and Stan that make things additionally reviving this time. Additionally deserving of notice are its frantic action portions and movement that stands apart from past movies by far. 
On a general scale, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is one of Marvel’s better contributions which never loses the string that interfaces it to the first. It keeps the action streaming at normal stretches, and is sprinkled with political subjects that are immovably managed. It also highlights an imposing yet human miscreant that has an astounding profundity in both story and character components and conveys the diversion that is greater and better than last time. And keeping in mind that its huge scope display remains strangely fun and grasping, it’s the way the entire film is portrayed that makes it fulfilling on numerous levels. Definitely the best Marvel film thus far. 

K- SCORE: 94%

STW: 27/30, D: 23/25, C: 8/8, E: 5/5, A: 9/10, PVD: 12/12, S: 10/10