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Captain Marvel Preview : not your average superhero

It may have taken nineteen movies to get there but get there it has and the MCU’s first female-led solo entry is on its way towards establishing a major new character set to be its face in phase 4 and beyond (sorry, Natasha, sorry, Wanda, we were kinda rooting for you ladies for a while). With the small matter of the aptly titled Avengers Endgame marking the “end of an era” after a decade long’s worth of interconnected storytelling, cinephiles and longtime fans of this successful –verse are hoping Cheeseburger (her callsign in the comics) can pick up the baton left behind by her male counterparts to lead the MCU into—who knows, another decade’s worth of stories, maybe? But let’s not look too far yet. There’s still an issue of introduction and an establishment of her character and world to navigate first before she goes to town on Thanos in Endgame. Here’s what we know about Captain Marvel, and what to expect.

RELEASE DATE While Captain Marvel was originally announced for release in t…

Me Before You (2016)




If it isn't the hippie, naive and cheery Lou played by Emilia Clarke in this movie that doesn't turn your heart to hot butter, then I don't know what would.

Sam Clafin as Will Traynor (so moody) and Emilia Clarke as Lou, The game of Thrones mother of dragons serves as the care giver to the quadriplegic hunger games star. Now the thing is I'm not a fan of the whole moody, reject-ey, persistent-until-i-melt-your-heart mushy stuff, but this movie just does it in a brilliant way I mean he lives in a castle, how dreamy is that?.

The Chemistry is Heavy, setting is awesome but what I loved most were Lou's outfits, like a washing machine exploded. Typically Hilarious.

Our moody hero, Will Traynor, at the start of the film is seen to be an enthusiastic achiever with a hot girlfriend until he's involved in a motorcycle crash that leaves him paralysed from the neck down.

Lou is our damsel, so lowly, she lives in a dingy apartment owned by her parents and she also has a boyfriend (Mathew lewis) sort of a joker.
Will's mother (Janet Mc Teer) a cold, rigid lady of the sorts is on a quest to find the perfect caregiver and Lou after being set up on an interview in an effort to impress does one of her wardrobe melodramas which I wouldn't indulge in.

Will rejects Lou like a foreign body, but like a drug she fights back until he falls for her, she takes him out after being cooped up, wallowing indoors in solemn despair on his electronic wheelchair.

At the end we're crying now, Will chooses to die....(so sad), well, on the bright side, we all enjoyed this emotional roller coaster, this is one movie you must definitely watch.

Please comments are welcome, thanks.



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  1. What a thrill!!!
    Not the end I expected but still very wonderful.
    Is there a part2 please.
    This movie is a gem.

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  2. Thank you for commenting! Honest123, apparently there seems to be no part two!! Thanks

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