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April 3, 2014


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Chris Evans is the Mark Gruenwald Cap, and that, is a gift to humanity as far as I'm concerned. And I loved Falcon, that was Sam. I found this film to be very bleak, but well-done. It's about what we inherit in our spiritual DNA through the choices those in authority make, and it's very prescient, despite some people saying it's too comic bookish in basically saying, "the devil made me do it". I think these guys get it more than people realize. It's pretty subversive. It did not even have the patriotic feel of the first film, but it was terribly patriotic. And that was the Captain America I grew up reading.

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