Seems like he may be better suited for a smaller university. Possibly one where he could be a big fish in a little pond.
Clue #1 - Eminem don't live in Hollywood. He lives in Detroit.
It is still a super hero movie based on a Marvel Comic character. What made Deadpool great was that it broke the Marvel mold. Same goes for X-Men. If an X-men movie was good enough to make the list I gave I would have included it. Again, because they are Marvel characters no matter who owns the movie rights.
I would go banana's if Infinity Wars added Hugh Jackman's Wolverine. It wont happen, and probably shouldn't, but that would be the ultimate send-off for Jackman. He has been the ultimate Marvel soldier for the better part of 2 decades.
I think he was taking shots to the head because the world's best supers and soldiers were the ones taking the shots. If he doesn't get hit by them it would make Spiderman basically unbeatable. Even Vision was taking punishment and he has an infinity stone planted in his forehead.
I loved Spiderman in this movie, but I thought they actually made him too strong. I believe they said he had only had his powers for 6 months. That means a 15 year old high-schooler with very little training was able to get the better of some of our heroes with years and years of training.
I agree BucksLover. After The First Avenger, which was a solid movie, I was lukewarm on Cap. Since then, he has been my favorite. Whereas with Iron Man, I went the opposite direction. Loved Tony/Iron Man in the original, but since then I have lost love for the character.
I loved Deadpool, but IMO this was better. Deadpool didn't hold up as much for me the 2nd time around. I will be interested to see how Civil War plays with me when I see it again.
I think Civil War is a top 5 Marvel Movie. While it might not be the best all-time Marvel movie, the thing that makes it stand out is the number of 'big' moments. In fact, this might be the ultimate big moment movie.
My Top 5: (1) Captain America: The Winter Soldier, (2). The Avengers, (3). Captain America: Civil War, (4). The Punisher, (5). Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 - Honorable Mention(s): Iron Man and Deadpool
Before I take some heat for The Punisher, it was a pretty solid movie. Thomas Jane did a good job. I may be biased because I loved the Punisher as a kid.
I too was underwhelmed by the Doc Strange promo. I know little about the character, but felt the trailer held back a bit on the magic so it seemed a little boring. It seemed very much like Batman Begins from 2005.
I always see the movies with my oldest (12) before allowing my youngest (7) to see them. I would say this one is a little more intense than some of the others, but not much more than the others. The Cap movies are a little more realistic than the others with gun violence and explosions. This has more superhero feelings than the other movies.