Captain Marvel has great visual effects; and, its heavy hitters, like Samuel Jackson, Annette Bening, Jude Law and Brie Larson, all turn in home run performances.
The supporting cast, including Lashana Lynch and Ben Mendelsohn, is enjoyable to watch, as well.
There are, both, humorous scenes and dialogue in the movie, making this another entertaining, Marvel addition. While it contains all of the elements necessary to make this a good movie to watch in theaters, it doesn't give you that big adrenaline rush, that the audience was looking for.
This film's first chapter does leave space to expand out to that level of intensity, and, hopefully studio producers will make use of those opportunities in future projects.
There are scenes, after the credits, but I found the scene after the first set of credits more relevant, than the scene after the full credits were shown.
In an attempts to save you time, without giving anything away, I will say, if you really like the cat, then wait until they roll all of the credits.
There are, both, humorous scenes and dialogue in the movie, making this another entertaining, Marvel addition.
Greta's viewers will watch the film and truly be shocked at some of the madness the main character has to endure, but none of the crazy antics is enough to make this a big screen must-see.
Chloe Grace Moretz and Isabelle Huppert are excellent playing their roles in this decent storyline; but, this film is best watched from the comfort of home.
It is very well directed and succeeds in building the audience's curiosity, in regards to what crazy scene will happen next.
But, watch it at home.
Chloe Grace Moretz, pictured, and Isabelle Huppert, are excellent playing their roles in this decent storyline; but, this film is best watched from the comfort of home.
Jon White lives on the Peninsula.