Last Act Of Captain America: Civil War Plays Out As An Emotional Horror Movie?


BMD has spoken to sources that have seen the latest screening of Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, and they claim the film is very much a continuation of The Winter Soldier, with the relationship between Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes being the focus.

On top of that, newcomers to the Marvel Cinematic Universe are getting high-praise. "I have been told that Spider-Man is great, and that the film doesn't waste time on retelling his origin," BMD reports. "We all get it, and the movie just moves along. I've been told that Black Panther is phenomenal, and that Chadwick Boseman is a major addition to the MCU."

Lastly, it sounds like fans will need to bring a box of tissues with them for the final act. "And I've been told that the last half hour of the film is brutal, both physically and emotionally," BMD adds. "One person told me that the last act plays out as an emotional horror movie because the film gives both Tony and Steve solid reasoning, and because it truly makes you feel the depths of this schism."

In Captain America: Civil War, governments around the world hold Earth's Mightiest Heroes accountable for their actions, despite the amount of lives they've saved. Heroes divide as Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) butt heads, and fists, while fighting for what they believe in! Catch a glimpse of the action in front of and behind the camera above.


Captain America: Civil War will arrive in theaters on May 6, 2016.