It is 1941 and the world is being destroyed by war. After several attempts to enlist in the army and power struggle within the Allied Forces, the young sickly Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is accepted to participate in a pilot program called "Project Renaissance" it dubbed the Super-Soldier as Captain America.
In his new, rebornathletic appearance, Captain America joins his friend Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and his confidant, Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), under the command of Colonel Chester Phillips (Tommy Lee Jones) and the technological support Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper), to deal with the evil organization HYDRA, which is a division of the Nazis devoted to science, led by the villainous Red Skull (Hugo Weaving), whoseeks world domination as a goal staff.
The last piece of that puzzle called The Avengers movie has finally fallen into place. The soul and leader of the Avengers has been faithfully portrayed in this film, which is round. Not only has everything a summer blockbuster should be, but is an excellent adaptation of a comic character, in this case the Super-Soldier Marvel.
And not only portraysthe super fine man, but takes some time for the film to introduce the man with principles, values and hunger for justice that was the scrawny Steve Rogers before exposure to serum and the rays that increase your physical attributes . So when you decide to take his place as Captain America, the war hero, turns out to be quite believable and exciting time in history.
Chris Evans's performance isvery convincing, it really immerses himself in the role of Rogers and makes us completely forget that he was the Human Torch in the Fantastic Four films, a situation that the fans got a little noise to accept him as the hero of the Stars and Stripes.
And it would be a hero without his love interest and not a villain worthy of testing your skills?The English Hayley Atwell portrays Peggy Carter,a brave soldier who supports Steve Rogers, and initiate a relationship that goes beyond the professional. In current comics continuity, Peggy Carter is the aunt of Sharon Carter, who is the great love of Captain America. So do not be surprised if this character is presented in the Capi future films that take place at the present time (and in one of those, again bring up the same actress to playnow the role of his niece). On the other hand, this Johann Schmidt, better known as Red Skull, a Nazi scientist who is horribly disfigured as a result of a failed experiment, curiously connected with the Project Renaissance. Schmidt is portrayed by Hugo Weaving, so be prepared for when it is displayed, and not be silly missing that say "Mr. Anderson, welcome back. We missed you. "
But I did notdoubt the talent of the players box, but the irregular Joe Johnston's ability to get away with a film of this caliber, which is headed by one of the most popular and beloved comics. Yes well, among the films of this director are The Rocketeer, a film with similar theme and that is very entertaining and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (pure family entertainment), also has movies too loose, I think, asJumanji and Jurassic Park III, plus the recent remake of The Wolfman, which turned a bit gray for many. But fortunately, Johnston did his job well and began to investigate not only the techniques and frames of film that was done in the time of the Second World War and the huge photographic archive that exists of those years, but also study the aesthetics of Captain America comic. There are severalmoments that seem bullet decals and not because double a known image, but because it presents a good study table positions was drawn with the Cap, the type of weapons they faced, the drama of the explosions and attacks ... Anyway, it's something to be seen.
The Good: For those complaining of the costume of Captain America and the omission of certain items such as wings on the sides of his head,...