'Captain Marvel' is the humane superhero we need right now

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This is, after all, a Marvel film, where "character" and "personality" are cobbled together from varying levels of snark, earnestness, stoicism, and nobility; where the only civilians who show up will eventually turn out to be instrumental in the final battle; where personal details exist to form the convenient spine for a lesson to be learned in the final act. "I was a, 'Can you open this water for me?' person", Larson told Ellen DeGeneres. We have to make sure that we are actually bringing more seats to the table, that we're walking the walk.

The fandom - and therefore the internet - is about to be full of opinions.

Enjoying a movie requires a certain suspension of disbelief. DC Comics Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot, broke that barrier in 2017. It is common practice for Marvel and Disney to announce films several years before release, but the long wait for a female-led film has angered some fans. It's nice to get pulled into a debate about something you're passionate about. Regardless of the chic bellhop vibes, I'm satisfied that the actress really can pull off anything. In Captain Marvel, Jude Law's Yon-Rogg and Gemma Chan's Minn-Erva are of the Kree universe. Apparently a lot of this film's budget went into digitally rejuvenating Jackson's face, as well as that of fellow agent Colson (Clark Gregg), back to their putative 1990s youths. They want everyone to think this movie is bad.

Carol Danvers-the current Captain Marvel in the comic book world-has cycled through multiple aliases. "My reasons are legitimate!" You should know by now how this works. Your reasons are probably good reasons: maybe the story is badly written, or the acting wasn't the best, or there were clichés all over the place. The usual montage of the company's superheroes has been replaced with images of Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee, followed by a text card that says "Thank you Stan". But it will move others. And that's okay. The Superman movies didn't make a profound impact on me as a little girl, because I didn't see myself reflected in his character, although I did appreciate the entertainment.

Ultimately, Captain Marvel seems like neither a critical hit nor a critical flop, despite how desperately the trolls are already trying to spin the consensus.

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Only one of its predecessors, last year's Ant-Man and the Wasp, has had a female superhero as a title character.

If you are one among those who don't remember every detail about the previous phases of MCU, we'd suggest you brush up your history because this movie is going to put several things into perspectives.

Focusing the need for greater female visibility (both behind and in front of cameras) around a single day also runs the risk of women's participation becoming a "special" or unusual event rather than something so equal that it becomes commonplace and unremarkable. She's inspired by the women around her and not afraid or sheltered. It's not just in service of promoting the movie and, besides, it's not like Sam could pretend anyway.

Fury calls her Starforce lady and then informs her she's under arrest, but if we know Carol she isn't going to end up in a squad vehicle without a fight. We gotta do better'. Many of us are diehard Marvel fans and many of us have dedicated our lives to covering these movies. You may think you know how bad some music was in the '90s, but nothing can prepare you for the horror of No Doubt's "Just a Girl" serving as the background for a very big superhero clash.

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