Captain America 3D review
Captain America is based on a comics book character created in the 1940s, before Marvel even existed, you will find action, sci-fi, adventure and romance in this movie, all of the necessary ingredients for a good time. Joe Johnston, the director, does a really great job transporting the viewer in time injecting a second World War time period classic looks and feel to the movie, Chris Evans is a perfect choice of actor for the role of a weak and schmuck guy turned superhero.
Captain America was filmed in London, Manchester and Liverpool (United Kingdom) and Los Angeles in the US. This is a 3D post-production film, a few of the scenes are worth watching in 3D but mostly it is a shoddy and poor 3D conversion that in occasions darkens the colours and lacks detail.
Synopsis: During the second World War a young American man who has been found unfit for the army redeems himself by volunteering in a secret experiment to create super soldiers what turns him in Captain America, a superhero leading the fight for America’s ideals.
Director: Joe Johnston
Writer: Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely
Starring: Hugo Weaving, Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell