Captain America: Civil War is so well made, those trailers we've been watching (stalking) just come together to make an entertaining powerhouse of a film worth the price of all the movie tickets for your family.
Remember that time I was gorgeous and you were gorgeous and we both had really bad luck one night so fate brought us together? Yeah, me neither. But this is the basic premise of Chris Evans' directorial debut Before We Go also starring Chris Evans and Alice Eve.
Lindsey McKeon has just posted her latest interview on her website. The actress then naturally tweets it out and then asks the interviewee if he can do the same. To the normal everyday person, this wouldn't be a big deal.
It was natural for the Russos to put Captain America in a political setting. They like to say they grew up in politics, because their father was a Cleveland city councilman and then a judge and their entire family is involved in politics.
Of course I know who Scott Evans is. He's the kid brother of Chris Evans and has made a name for himself in his own right with a memorable turn on One Life to Live. I just don't know him. But try telling that to Facebook.
Captain America unreels with machine-like efficiency from end-to-end. It's loaded with enough action and emotion to lure in audiences not steeped in comic book minutia, but also peppered with tie-ins and callbacks.