July 26, 2011 Leave a comment
Ever since Marvel announced that Captain America would be played by Chris Evans a.k.a Human Torch, I was not as enthusiastic as I thought it would be.
Enough said about the actor playing Captain America, I’m not even jumping out of my seat about the story line. I’m more of an X-men; acidic balls shooting out of someone’s mouth. [You know, that’s kind of fantasy]
My first impression of Captain America: The first Avenger is “war”. Well, isn’t it?
So basically here’s the story line;
- This really feeble kid get bullied in school and a newsreel footage of the Nazis in Europe, inspired him to enlist in the Army.
- Failed Physical Test.
- Subjected to experimental treatments.
- Became ‘super-soldier’
- Committed himself into American war efforts.
After what various comics had to offer, I cannot say, specifically, what might happen in the movie.
Maybe they will give a fresh perspective after over 70 years since the first issue of Captain America.
But all in all, the hidden meaning behind the movie . . . loyalty to country?