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Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)


Genre
:
Action | Adventure | Science Fiction
Rating
:
6.7 / 10
Release Date
:
22 July 2011
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 4 minutes
Spoken Language
:
Français, Norsk, English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
Predominantly set during World War II, Steve Rogers is a sickly man from Brooklyn who's transformed into super-soldier Captain America to aid in the war effort. Rogers must stop the Red Skull – Adolf Hitler's ruthless head of weaponry, and the leader of an organization that intends to use a mysterious device of untold powers for world domination.

Cast Overview :

Steve Rogers / Captain America
by: Chris Evans
Peggy Carter
by: Hayley Atwell
Johann Schmidt / Red Skull
by: Hugo Weaving
Col. Chester Phillips
by: Tommy Lee Jones
James "Bucky" Barnes
by: Sebastian Stan
Howard Stark
by: Dominic Cooper
Abraham Erskine
by: Stanley Tucci
Dr. Arnim Zola
by: Toby Jones
Heinz Kruger
by: Richard Armitage
Timothy "Dum Dum" Dugan
by: Neal McDonough
Gabe Jones
by: Derek Luke
Jim Morita
by: Kenneth Choi
Jacques Dernier
by: Bruno Ricci
James Montgomery Falsworth
by: J. J. Feild
Nick Fury
by: Samuel L. Jackson
Private Lorraine
by: Natalie Dormer
SHIELD Agent
by: Amanda Righetti
General
by: Stan Lee
Senator Brandt
by: Michael Brandon
Brandt's Aide
by: Martin Sherman
SHIELD Lieutenant
by: William Hope
Gilmore Hodge
by: Lex Shrapnel
Search Team Leader
by: Oscar Pearce
SHIELD Tech
by: Nicholas Pinnock
Jan
by: Marek Oravec
Tower Keeper
by: David Bradley
Barman
by: Leander Deeny
Nervous Recruit
by: Sam Hoare
Connie
by: Jenna Coleman
Bonnie
by: Sophie Colquhoun
4F Doctor
by: Simon Kunz
Loud Jerk
by: Kieran O'Connor
Young Doctor
by: Doug Cockle
Enlistment Office MP
by: Ben Batt
Stark Girl
by: Mollie Fitzgerald
Sergeant Duffy
by: Damon Driver
Johann Schmidt's Artist
by: David McKail
Antique Store Owner
by: Amanda Walker
SSR Doctor
by: Richard Freeman
Project Rebirth Nurse
by: Katherine Press
Kruger's Aide
by: Sergio Covino
Undercover Bum
by: Marcello Walton
Roeder
by: Anatole Taubman
Hutter
by: Jan Pohl
Schneider
by: Erich Redman
The Star Spangled Singer
by: Rosanna Hoult
The Star Spangled Singer
by: Naomi Slights
The Star Spangled Singer
by: Kirsty Mather
Autograph Seeker
by: Laura Haddock
'Adolph Hitler'
by: James Payton
Army Heckler
by: Ronan Raftery
Army Heckler
by: Nick Hendrix
Army Heckler
by: Luke Allen-Gale
Army Heckler
by: Jack Gordon
HYDRA Guard / HYDRA Pilot
by: Ben Uttley
Manager Velt
by: Patrick Monckeberg

Member Reviews :

True to "Captain America," this is the modern (comic book) version of the All American movie. Good guys versus bad guys without a lot of ambiguity. _**NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT**_. This movie is pretty much perfection for the genre. Entertaining A to Z story with high-end Hollywood professional movie making throughout.
  xenocast
**This is a long form review initially published in 2011:** Though it ran at over two hours, I did feel that it had plenty of room to go further than it did. I honestly felt like Red Skull could have had a film all to himself, and actually kind of suffered for making him as intriguing as he was. Chris Evans was an interesting choice as the titular role of Captain America, given that he's already played American sweetheart Marvel Super Hero "The Human Torch" in _Fantastic 4_ and _Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer_. He didn't Oh-My-Gosh blow me away type-thing or what have you, but he was pretty great. So far in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I'd slot Captain America clean in the middle. I liked _Iron Man_ and _Thor_ more, but _Iron Man 2_ and _The Incredible Hulk_ less. Marvel Studios stated that the movie they wanted to make was set in the 40's, even though the rest of Marvel Cinematic is modern-day. This was 100% the right move to make, why? Not because of the setting, aesthetics or direction, but because it's fuckin' smart. How do you have the world appreciate an Uncle-Sam loving upper-middle class white male military blindly-loyal patriot? You make him fight the God damn Nazis, that's how. It may seem strange, but I actually enjoyed the opening of _Captain America_ the most, which he spends a a meek, asthmatic Steve Rogers, yet to undergo the Deus Ex Machina Super Serum. It really showed the best of Evans acting ability, as well as the writing of Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely whom together wrote _You Kill Me_ and The _The Chronicles of Narnia_ Trilogy. I watched it in 3D, which was more bearable than usual. As the films of MCU progress, each of them becomes more and more a prequel to _The Avengers_, _Captain America_ being the most to date. Despite its almost-entire lack of _Avenger_ cameos, this more than previous films felt like a prequel for what's to come, which is not strictly speaking a good thing. I had plenty of minor issues with _Captain America_, and though their was quite a number of them, all were minor, and ultimately, the only part of me that regrets watching it was the part that keeps thinking "My fucking God, I have to wait a YEAR before _Avengers_ comes out?!" 79% -Gimly
  Gimly