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Kadet2002 6/24/2011 11:03:11 AM

I like how the trailer does not show too much of Red Skull. It helps build the anticipation for how well Hugo plays the part, which I'm sure will be on par with agent smith.

rogue188 6/24/2011 11:13:01 AM

I can't wait. And just to clear the air, his name is Captain AMERICA. He is supposed to be the epitome of the American spirit of WWII. His only equal in terms of being a boyscout is Superman. Come on, he is made in America, and the greatest American hero.

Now, somewhere before someone said something about the Super Soldier Serum. Cap's dosing of the serum was the only perfected version. The scientist who invented the serum never gets the chance to make another. Blonski took a screwed up recreated formula by someone else in the Hulk movie.

noahbody 6/24/2011 11:13:06 AM

Yup ME likes to complain about America and the people who are PROUD to live here.

TheMovieGuy28 6/24/2011 11:13:35 AM

Man the guitar riff about a minute in just sounds sick.

And to think, all those haters saying Evans couldn't play two superheros. It's almost weird to think he is both Johnny Storm and Steve Rogers. They're so completely opposite but he looks like he invested into this.

America F*ck Yeah! Comin to save the motherf*ckin day now!

MrJawbreakingEquilibrium 6/24/2011 11:20:28 AM

I didn't say I hate America but our arrogance is beluigering. Basically, that commercial is saying only heroes come from America. The We're Number One, We're Number One!!! attitude is obnoxious and wrong. We have just as many faults as everybody and really the things we lack in that other countries are better at (education anyone?) are more important. But at least we are number one in Self Esteem. Yipee.

MrJawbreakingEquilibrium 6/24/2011 11:22:56 AM

There's nothing wrong with keeping the patriotism in this movie but adding the Heroes Are Made "In America" is unnecessary.

jedibanner 6/24/2011 11:40:27 AM

MrJE, in a way your message is right but I think the idea that the character itself and the era the movie is in fits with the message that, at the time of war, for one country to ''advertize'' the idea that heroes are made in America, I don't think it pushes the idea that ONLY heroes are made in America.

Cap himself in comics and down the road in the future Avenger movie will adapt to the idea that, as one mentionned by WWII veterants, he wasn't the hero but he was surrounded by many.

Which everyone knows, each country have their own heroes and level of patriotism. The character of Cap starts as an All American boy but grows up to share that feeling for the rights of anyone within the USA and abroad.

I'm Canadian and proud of it. We don't have a comic character that shows a vision like Cap (ok, maybe Captain Canuck) but it doesn't mean that the ideas aren't in Canada or in any other country. Sure we have Wolverine but, between the 2, who bring a better exemple?

With this movie, that's the beauty of the character of Cap, he's American but becomes an exemple to the world...he does have to start somewhere right? Nothing wrong with starting in the US.

Can't wait to see this.

 

dnbritt 6/24/2011 11:46:40 AM

Well, if you want to get technical about it, it never says heroes are not made anywhere else, just that they're made in America, but the fact is, America is an exceptional nation, one that has thrived on a system of government and a culture that is unlike any in history.  There are many, many people and factions in the United States using the very freedoms granted them to destroy the idea that we are exceptional, but that doesn't change the fact. 

I'm not sure who mentioned it, but GI Joe is the perfect example of screwing up that idea.  Kudos to Marvel for having some courage.  It'll be nice to see a war movie that doesn't make every US soldier look like a criminal thug or a poor dupe of some evil plot devised by cigar-munching, grinning cookie-cutter bad guys.

 

ElBaz13 6/24/2011 11:55:22 AM

@jedibanner

There is Major Maple Leaf. :)

I remember when Bryan Singer wanted to change Wolverine to an Alaskan. God that really pissed me off. Wolverine is Canadian. Plain and simple. We all know that. Just Bryan Singer trying f*** things up because he has no idea what the comic fanboys like us appreciate. Even in X1 and X2, there was never any mention of him being a Canadian citizen. He just happened to be in a bar in Alberta fighting in cage matches (because we have so many of those in Canada!). It wasn't until the dreadful Wolverine: Origins that he proudly said "I'm Canadian". Bad movie but glad to see the recognition here.

This Cap thing is the same thing. And totally agree. The made in America tagline echoes the Uncle Sam posters during WW2. No big deal.

 

zipahead 6/24/2011 12:56:45 PM

this looks like it may be good... a superhero movie with some good action scenes... please no more shakey cam... i wanna see the fights

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