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Times of India
: Captain America realizes that S.H.I.E.L.D has been compromised by an internal group and soon, he will have to face a formidable enemy created in the Soviet Union during the Cold War era - the Winter Soldier.
: Captain America (Evans) is an embodiment of a set of values - truth, honesty, courage and so on that were predominant during the '40s. He never loses sight of that in contemporary times, despite some good-natured ribbing from Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett) and war veteran Sam Wilson (Mackie), whom he befriends during a morning jog.
During an action sequence where Rogers, Romanoff and members of the Strike team are called upon to rescue a S.H.I.E.L.D ship from French-Algerian pirates, Rogers notices Romanoff downloading classified data from the ship's computers. That, along with a subsequent meeting with Nick Fury (Jackson), makes him question S.H.I.E.L.D's validity and his own role in it, especially when it comes to 'Operation: Insight', the brainchild of thesuper-secret group HYDRA.
'Insight' involves a trio of surveillance 'Helicarriers' linked to spy satellites that can eliminate all kinds of 'threats' (read: a metaphor for totalitarian control by the state) with lethal fire from the sky. It's hard not to interpret this as a reference to modern-day drone warfare. In fact, there are quite a few visual metaphors and cross-references from the Marvel universe scattered throughout the film. There is also a barely-concealed dig at the God-like superhero dialogues. "Man, shut the hell up," is what Wilson snaps at Brock Rumlow (Grillo) when the latter starts pontificating during a fight. And no Marvel fan should miss the legendary Stan Lee's nifty cameo.
Robert Redford plays the smooth bad guy Alexander Pierce with panache. While Romanoff adds some playful sex appeal, Captain America is a lot more aggressive in this outing as he takes on the Winter Soldier (Stan) and increasingly uses his shield as an offensive weapon. Rogers might not have Batman's toys, Tony Stark's wisecracks or Superman's strength, but he is the most 'human'. This ranks among the finest in the superhero genre.
This Brad Pitt-starrer film is set during the World War II and is written and directed by David Ayer.
The film features four leading Jewish actors (Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Shia LaBeouf, and Jason Isaacs) playing soldiers fighting Nazi Germany.
The amusement park scenes were reportedly shot inside Old Chicago, the world's first indoor theme park and shopping mall.
The film featured Tiger 131, the last surviving operational Tiger I. The tank belongs to Bovington Tank Museum.
amazing movie and i was really impressed to see the action went into this movie.all the fight scenes were lightning fast and unbelievable stunts with superb one liner dialogues.its a visual awesomeness and pls go watch it if u not done it.
The sequel is a far better improvement than the first one. Indeed, a good one.