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What is the big deal with this movie? It's not even at MEH levels. 3 of 10, maybe.
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Why is there a big deal about this movie? Its not great at all, not even close. The acting, even for the mainstay characters, like Fury, is not that great. Sam Jackson either didn't commit to his character like he did in the other MCU movies, or the writers changed Fury's character and demeanor so much, maybe Sam Jackson was confused?
I won't get into the whole Brie Larson debate about her feminist attitude or her political ideology. Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel, never was this stuck up or lacking emotion. Captain Marvel smiled a lot more in the comic books than the one or two scenes Brie Larson 'attempted' to smile. It looked fake (yes, I know it's a movie.)
I will have to say that the SJW/Woke undertones of the writing was definitely there and to a LOT of people, its starting to get to the point in entertainment, that it is being very offensive.
Keep the SJW-ness and Wokeness out of entertainment, it doesn't belong there.
The ONLY thing I would give a good score on, was the special effects, CGI and backgrounds. The music score was fairly good as well, but seemed to lack the intensity or defining moment when it possibly needed it.
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