Captain America Essay

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Captain AmericaCaptain America: The First Avenge (2011), directed by Joe Johnston, is a superhero movie about a small guy named Steve rogers getting a chance to be a solider working in the military, was chosen for a top secret research project which turned him strong and tall, into Captain America, who dedicated to defend USA against Germany. Captain America: The Winter Solider (2014) is directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo. The film is about Steve Rogers struggling in the modern world and battles along with black widow and Falcom a new threat from old history, the Soviet agent known as the Winter Solider.Captain America is a very nice and honorable person, also very independent. Captain America has agility, strength, speed, endurance, and reaction time is superior to any Olympic athlete who ever competed. He can lift (press) a maximum of 800 pounds with supreme effort. His only weapon is his shield, a concave disk 2.5 feet in diameter, weighing 12 pounds. Captain America's weakness is subject to all human vulnerabilities, although his immunity to diseases is extraordinary.Both Captain America movies are mainstream blockbuster films. Captain America both The First Avenge and The Winter Solider are both targeted at a wide audience, just like any other Marvel Blockbuster films. The main character Captain America is relatable for people, who are nerds or weak and small, for those with very low self-esteem before he got the experiment, which made him taller and buff, he was also like an invisible person among the female attractions. But as he changed he turned in to this physically excellence character, which could relate to the low self-esteem people, who wants to be stronger. Male audiences could also relate to character Bucky Barnes who is a strong brave solider who is great with females. Female audiences could enjoy the film and relate to either Peggy Carter or Black Widow, who are strong, intelligent and powerful women, but also the romantic relation and sad ending between Captain America and Peggy Carter. Black raced audience could relate to character can relate or like Nick Fury the commander and the righteous military ex-solider Falcon. The films could also appeal to people who have read the comics when they were younger or children who just simply likes superhero. The films, especially The First Avenge could relate to older people, who was in the second world war, or who was born just afterwards, or for those who had parents or grandparents who was born during or before the world war 2 could relate and find a interest in the movie, because The First Avenge was based in the time of the second World War battling with Hitler. So it has some historical reference among it.Captain...

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