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Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

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  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 4 April 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 136 min
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

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  • IMDb page: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
  • Rate: 8.3/10 total 43,409 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
  • Release Date: 4 April 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 136 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Budget: $170,000,000 (estimated)
  • Director: Shane Black
  • Stars: Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Henry Jackman   
  • Soundtrack: It's Been A Long, Long Time
  • Sound Mix: Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Soldier | Costumed Hero | Surprise After End Credits | Machine Gun | Back From The Dead

Writing Credits By:

  • Christopher Markus (screenplay) &
  • Stephen McFeely (screenplay)
  • Ed Brubaker (concept and story)
  • Joe Simon (comic book) and
  • Jack Kirby (comic book)

Known Trivia

  • The Falcon’s flight gear sports a Stark Industries logo. 253 of 254 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • A deleted scene in The Avengers (2012), of Steve learning what happened to his commandos, and to Peggy Carter ended up being cut out from that film, but is included in this film. 514 of 519 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson wrote their own dialogue for several scenes they had together. 281 of 284 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In one scene, Natasha Romanoff wears a necklace with an arrow on it. This is a reference to her teammate and occasional lover Hawkeye (the archer Clint Barton). 250 of 253 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • At the end when the helicarriers are being launched and the program is selecting targets for elimination, the name Tony Stark can be seen. 140 of 141 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Unlike the other films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “The Winter Soldier” minimizes the use of visual effects as much as possible. Anthony Mackie, elaborated: “The Russos, what they did that was so great was, they wanted to stay with live action, which is a dying art form…If they could build it, they built it. If we could do it, we did it. They wanted to do as little CGI as possible. That’s why the movie looks so great.” 419 of 428 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • During the agent Sitwell interrogation, Sitwell mentions specific persons of interest to hydra. One of these people is Stephen Strange. Stephen Strange in the comics is the real name of Doctor Strange, Sorcerer Supreme. 91 of 91 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • During filming, Sebastian Stan would walk around all day practicing his moves with a plastic knife because he wanted his movements to feel natural. 218 of 222 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) relates a story of his grandfather being an elevator operator. In real life, Samuel L. Jackson father was an elevator operator. 104 of 105 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • To prepare for the role of the Winter Solder, Sebastian Stan went through five months of physical training and historical research: “I dove into the whole Cold War history: I looked at the KGB. I looked at all kinds of spy movies, and all kinds of documentaries about that time, and what it was about. I grabbed anything from that time period and anything about brainwashing.” 225 of 231 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Goofs: Continuity: To reach the hidden SHIELD base Captain America descends scores of feet in an elevator, yet when the enemy arrive, they only have to drop six feet or so into the crater to reach the room he was in.

Plot: Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and battles a new threat from old history: the Soviet agent known as the Winter Soldier.  »

Story: Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and battles a new threat from old history: the Soviet agent known as the Winter Soldier.

Synopsis

Synopsis: Two years after the events of The Avengers, Steve Rogers lives in Washington, D.C., continues to work for the espionage agency S.H.I.E.L.D., and struggles to adapt to contemporary society. After meeting and befriending former Pararescue war veteran and PTSD counselor Sam Wilson on a morning jog, Rogers is called to help save a S.H.I.E.L.D. vessel from Algerian pirates led by Georges Batroc. Aboard, he discovers fellow agent Natasha Romanoff extracting data from the ship’s computers, something Rogers was not briefed on. At S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters, Nick Fury introduces Rogers to Project Insight; three Helicarriers linked to spy satellites and designed to preemptively eliminate threats.

Due to heightened encryption, Fury is unable to access the data Romanoff recovered. On his way to rendezvous with Maria Hill, he is ambushed by assailants disguised as police officers, led by a mysterious assassin called the Winter Soldier. Fury escapes, sneaks into Rogers’ apartment, and informs Rogers that S.H.I.E.L.D. has been compromised. After Fury hands Rogers the USB flash drive with the data from the ship, he is gunned down by the Winter Soldier. Rogers gives chase, and his neighbor reveals herself as S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Agent 13. Fury appears to die in surgery, and Hill recovers the body.

The next day, Rogers is summoned by senior S.H.I.E.L.D. official Alexander Pierce. When Rogers withholds Fury’s information, Pierce brands him a fugitive. Hunted by the agency, Rogers meets with Romanoff. Using data in the flash drive they discover an old S.H.I.E.L.D. underground base in New Jersey. There, they activate a supercomputer containing the preserved consciousness of Arnim Zola, who reveals that since S.H.I.E.L.D. was founded after World War II, HYDRA secretly operated within its ranks, sowing chaos across the world in the hope that humanity would willingly surrender its freedom in exchange for safety. Rogers and Romanoff narrowly escape death when a S.H.I.E.L.D. missile destroys the bunker.

They enlist the help of Wilson, and acquire his old "Falcon" winged-flight exoskeleton. After deducing that senior S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Jasper Sitwell is with HYDRA, they interrogate him until he reveals Zola developed a data-mining algorithm that can identify individuals who might become future opponents to HYDRA’s plans. The new helicarriers will sweep the country, eliminating these individuals with their satellite-guided guns.

En route to S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters, they are ambushed by the Winter Soldier. In the fight, Winter Soldier loses his mask and Rogers recognizes him as Bucky, his old World War II comrade. They are captured by S.H.I.E.L.D. but are rescued by a disguised Hill. She leads them to a hideout where they discover Fury is alive and planning a mission to prevent Pierce from launching Project Insight by replacing a chip within each Helicarrier to override their satellite control.

After members of the World Security Council arrive for the Helicarriers’ launch, Pierce holds them hostage and reveals HYDRA’s true motives. Rogers and Wilson storm two Helicarriers and replace the controllers, but the Winter Soldier destroys Wilson’s suit and confronts Rogers at the third. They fight, with Rogers trying to revive Bucky’s memories. Meanwhile, Fury and Romanoff confront Pierce and force him to unlock access to S.H.I.E.L.D’s database so Romanoff can expose HYDRA’s motives to the public by leaking classified information. After a brief conflict, Fury shoots Pierce dead. Aboard the third Helicarrier, a wounded Rogers replaces the final controller, allowing Hill to override the satellite operation and have all three vessels destroy one another. The Helicarrier carrying Rogers and the Winter Soldier crashes into the side of the Triskelion, where Wilson battles compromised agent Rumlow, who had earlier tried to capture Rogers.

Rogers falls off the vessel into the river. Slowly remembering his past, the Winter Soldier pulls Rogers from the water before disappearing. With S.H.I.E.L.D. in disarray, Fury destroys the last traces of his identity before heading to Europe in pursuit of HYDRA’s remaining cells under the cover of his apparent death. Romanoff appears before a Senate subcommittee and later gives Rogers a dossier on the Winter Soldier program. Both Rogers and Wilson decide to track down the Winter Soldier.

A mid-credits scene takes place in a HYDRA lab, where Baron von Strucker is keeping Loki’s scepter and two prisoners: one with superhuman speed, the other with telekinetic powers. In a post-credits scene, the Winter Soldier visits the Captain America exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution to learn of his past.

 

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Victoria Alonso known as executive producer
  • Mitchell Bell known as associate producer
  • Louis D'Esposito known as executive producer
  • Kevin Feige known as producer
  • Alan Fine known as executive producer
  • Michael Grillo known as executive producer
  • Stan Lee known as executive producer
  • Nate Moore known as co-producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Chris Evans known as Steve Rogers / Captain America
  • Samuel L. Jackson known as Nick Fury
  • Scarlett Johansson known as Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
  • Robert Redford known as Alexander Pierce
  • Sebastian Stan known as Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier
  • Anthony Mackie known as Sam Wilson / Falcon
  • Cobie Smulders known as Maria Hill
  • Frank Grillo known as Brock Rumlow
  • Maximiliano Hernández known as Jasper Sitwell
  • Emily VanCamp known as Kate / Agent 13
  • Hayley Atwell known as Peggy Carter
  • Toby Jones known as Dr. Arnim Zola
  • Stan Lee known as Smithsonian Guard
  • Callan Mulvey known as Jack Rollins
  • Jenny Agutter known as Councilwoman Hawley
  • Bernard White known as Councilman Singh
  • Dale Coffman known as Councilman Rockwell
  • Chin Han known as Councilman Yen
  • Garry Shandling known as Senator Stern
  • Georges St-Pierre known as Georges Batroc
  • Salvator Xuereb known as French Pirate #1
  • Brian Duffy known as French Pirate #2
  • Zack Duhame known as Engine Pirate
  • Adetokumboh M'Cormack known as French Radio Pirate
  • Christopher George Sarris known as Skinny Steve
  • Aaron Himelstein known as Launch Tech #1
  • Allan Chanes known as Launch Tech #2
  • Gozie Agbo known as Dr. Fine
  • Christopher Markus known as SHIELD Interrogator #1
  • Stephen McFeely known as SHIELD Interrogator #2
  • Pat Healy known as Scientist #1
  • Ed Brubaker known as Scientist #2
  • D.C. Pierson known as Apple Employee
  • Danny Pudi known as Com Tech #1
  • Bernard Zilinskas known as Com Tech #2
  • Branka Katic known as Renata
  • Angela Russo-Otstot known as Garcia
  • Jon Sklaroff known as Charlie XO
  • Chad Todhunter known as Charlie Weapons Tech
  • Abigail Marlowe known as SHIELD Tech
  • Jeremy Maxwell known as Lead SHIELD Pilot
  • Emerson Brooks known as Senior SHIELD Agent
  • Evan Parke known as SHIELD Agent
  • Ricardo Chacon known as Strike SGT. #1
  • Griffin M. Allen known as Strike SGT. #2
  • Ann Russo known as Strike Agent
  • Joe Rosalina known as Strike Agent
  • Michael Debeljak known as Strike Agent
  • Eddie J. Fernandez known as Strike Agent
  • Jody Hart known as 25th Floor Strike Agent
  • Steven Culp known as Scudder
  • Derek Hughes known as Human Resources Executive
  • Wendy Hoopes known as Doctor
  • Ethan Rains known as Lead EMT
  • Dominic Rains known as CIA Instructor
  • Charles Wittman known as Capitol Hill Police
  • Andy Martinez Jr. known as Capitol Hill Police
  • Michael De Gues known as FBI Agent
  • Terence O'Rourke known as FBI Agent
  • Anne Grimenstein known as Committee Member
  • Dante Rosalina known as Little Boy in The Smithsonian
  • Robert Clotworthy known as Fury Car (voice)
  • June Christopher known as SHIELD Computer
  • Gary Sinise known as The Smithsonian Narrator (voice)
  • Davis Aguila known as Shield Strike Agent (uncredited)
  • Dan Anders known as D.C. Cop / Driver (uncredited)
  • Cullum Andrews known as Museum Kid (uncredited)
  • Diedra Arthur-O'Ree known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Ben Atkins known as Military Veteran (uncredited)
  • Thomas R. Baker known as Soldier (uncredited)
  • Dean Barlage known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent (uncredited)
  • Shaira Barton known as Tourist (uncredited)
  • Troy Bogdan known as Mall Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Sharita Bone known as Patron (uncredited)
  • Nicolas Bosc known as French Pirate (uncredited)
  • Colin Botts known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Cristee Brianas known as Mall Guest (uncredited)
  • John Brooks Jr. known as Quinjet Pilot (uncredited)
  • Brittany Buck known as Mall Patron (uncredited)
  • Travis Allen Bush known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent (uncredited)
  • Ulysses E. Campbell known as DC Businessman (uncredited)
  • Cullen G. Chambers known as Secretary of Defense (uncredited)
  • Sandhya Chandel known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent (uncredited)
  • Michael V. Chastain known as Driver (uncredited)
  • David Cohen known as DC Businessman (uncredited)
  • Andrew Constantini known as WW2 Russian Soldier (uncredited)
  • Dominic Cooper known as Howard Stark (uncredited)
  • Jordan Michael Coulson known as Stand In – Chris Evans (uncredited)
  • Guy Cusson known as Virtual Repelling Strike Force Agent (uncredited)
  • Alan Dale known as World Security Council Member (uncredited)
  • Rydell Danzie known as Shield Strike Agent (uncredited)
  • Alan Davis known as National Mall Jogger (uncredited)
  • Adrian Denzel known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Rick Dremann known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • John Fecek known as Mall Shopper (uncredited)
  • Rod Fielder known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Roshawn Franklin known as Virtual DC Cop (uncredited)
  • Logan Fry known as Guest Services Volunteer (uncredited)
  • Lauren Gabbard known as Washington D.C. Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Carmen Gangale known as Mall Patron (uncredited)
  • Nicholas Gibeault known as Mac Store Shopper (uncredited)
  • Shawn Gonzalez known as Museum Guest (uncredited)
  • David Gragg known as Museum Patron (uncredited)
  • Aswan Harris known as S.H.I.E.l.D. Security (uncredited)
  • Carmen Dee Harris known as Mall Patron (uncredited)
  • Kriz Chris Henri Harriz known as Street Dealer (uncredited)
  • Nate Hatton known as DC Businessman (uncredited)
  • Rachel Herrick known as Mall Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • David Hill known as Politician (uncredited)
  • Ray Hodge known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent (uncredited)
  • Jenna Hoskins known as DC Business Woman (uncredited)
  • Eric Lee Huffman known as Russian Soldier (uncredited)
  • Raiden Integra known as Mall Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Chris Jameson known as DC Businessman (uncredited)
  • Christopher Kaczmarek known as Museum Guest (uncredited)
  • Bill Kennedy known as D.C. Cop (uncredited)
  • Andrew Kiser known as Museum Guest (uncredited)
  • Sharyn Kmieciak known as Museum Visitor & Mall Patron (uncredited)
  • Andrew Knode known as SHIELD Agent (uncredited)
  • Thomas Kretschmann known as Baron Wolfgang von Strucker (uncredited)
  • Jennifer Lavi known as DC Business Woman (uncredited)
  • Annette Lawless known as Shield Agent (uncredited)
  • Kris Leiter known as Precision Driver (uncredited)
  • James Lewis known as Smithsonian Museum Visitor (uncredited)
  • Lucas Lind known as CIA Recruit (uncredited)
  • Scott Lockhart known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • George Ludden known as Smithsonian Employee (uncredited)
  • Phil Mallon known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Joseph McCaughtry known as Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Terry McConnaughey known as Museum-Employee Supervisor (uncredited)
  • Kayla McDonald known as Pedestrian and Percision Driver (uncredited)
  • Brent McGee known as Quinjet Pilot (uncredited)
  • Johanna McGinley known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Neal McNeil known as SHIELD Agent (uncredited)
  • Britney Meeks known as Museum Visitor (uncredited)
  • Brett R. Miller known as Shield Strike Agent (uncredited)
  • Sue Danna Myer known as Mall Patron (uncredited)
  • Demetrice Nguyen known as Marty (uncredited)
  • Rasik Ohal known as Bodyguard (uncredited)
  • Elizabeth Olsen known as Wanda Maximoff (uncredited)
  • Edward Pfeifer known as Mall Patron (uncredited)
  • Paul J. Porter known as Shield Strike Agent (uncredited)
  • Sage Porter known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Tech (uncredited)
  • LaTrallo Presley known as DC Construction Worker / Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Marse Ratliff known as Pedestrian / Businessman (uncredited)
  • Brent Reichert known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Tech Agent (uncredited)
  • Earl Rorer known as Military Veteran (uncredited)
  • Gabriella Sagnes known as Mall Shopper / Museum Guest (uncredited)
  • Jason G. Sarris known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent (uncredited)
  • Jeff Seich known as Shield Security Guard (uncredited)
  • Tom Shafer known as Mall Patron (uncredited)
  • Christina Shaffer known as DC Driver (uncredited)
  • Joel Shock known as SHIELD Security (uncredited)
  • Matthew Skomo known as Shield Strike Agent (uncredited)
  • Al Sotto known as Museum Guest (uncredited)
  • Jason Speer known as Husband (uncredited)
  • Rick Still known as Russian Spider (uncredited)
  • Patrick Michael Strange known as DC Businessman (uncredited)
  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson known as Pietro Maximoff (uncredited)
  • Robert P. Thitoff known as Shield Agent (uncredited)
  • Nicole Tubbs known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Jason L. Wang known as DC Pedestrian (uncredited)
  • Tian Wang known as Orderly (uncredited)
  • Christopher Warner known as Baseball Coach (uncredited)
  • Xavier Wolf known as Boy in Captain America Suit (uncredited)
  • Theresa Wylie known as Museum Visitor (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Jacquelyn Adamson known as makeup artist
  • Allan A. Apone known as makeup department head
  • Elena Arroy known as makeup artist (Los Angeles unit)
  • Pierce Austin known as hairstylist for anthony mackie
  • Jeri Baker known as personal hair stylist: Scarlett Johansson
  • Kristin Berge known as assistant hair department head
  • Barbara Cantu known as third hair stylist
  • Doug Fairall known as makeup artist
  • Carol S. Federman known as makeup artist
  • Katrina Francis known as makeup artist
  • Camille Friend known as hair department head
  • Valerie Jackson known as additional hair stylist
  • Nancy Keslar known as hair stylist
  • Shelia Cyphers Leake known as hair department head: second unit
  • Dennis Liddiard known as makeup artist
  • Brad Look known as make up department head: second unit
  • Veronica Lorenz known as makeup artist
  • Lisa Rocco known as key makeup artist
  • Keith Sayer known as makeup artist
  • Nicole Sortillon known as assistant department head makeup
  • Heba Thorisdottir known as personal makeup artist: Scarlett Johansson
  • Robert Wilson known as hair stylist
  • Bob Smithson known as contact lens technician (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Russell R. Anderson known as leadman
  • Antonio Andraus known as set dresser
  • Brett Andrews known as second unit property master
  • Isidoro Avila known as props
  • Jason Beale known as digital coordinator
  • Richard Bennett known as storyboard artist
  • Russell Bobbitt known as property master
  • Tony Bohorquez known as concept model maker
  • Susan A. Burig known as graphic designer
  • Robert J. Carlyle known as propmakers foreman
  • James Carson known as concept artist
  • Aric Cheng known as set designer
  • Hugh Conlon known as construction location foreman
  • Jack Cornelius known as set dresser
  • Doug Crawford known as propmaker
  • Federico D'Alessandro known as animatics supervisor
  • Federico D'Alessandro known as storyboard artist
  • Darrin Denlinger known as storyboard artist
  • Kate Dougherty known as set designer
  • Eugene Doyle known as set dresser
  • John Eaves known as concept illustrator
  • Jann K. Engel known as set designer
  • Mariano Fernandez known as gang boss
  • Giovanni Ferrara known as painter foreman
  • Tim Flattery known as concept artist
  • Andrew P. Flores known as stand-by painter (as Andy Flores)
  • Rodney Fuentebella known as concept illustrator
  • Liz Georgoff known as assistant prop master: second unit
  • John Giang known as concept artist: ILM
  • Damon Hight known as propmaker gangboss
  • Alex Hill known as storyboard artist (as Alex Hillkurtz)
  • Alex Jaeger known as concept artist: ILM
  • David Johnson known as props
  • Richard W. Jones known as greens foreman
  • Philip Keller known as storyboard artist
  • Thomas F. Kelly known as set dresser
  • Carol Kiefer known as art department coordinator
  • Nancy A. King known as set dec. coordinator
  • Lizzy Jane Klein known as art department researcher
  • Helen Kozora known as set dec buyer
  • Steven Ladish known as set dresser
  • Anthony Liberatore known as storyboard artist
  • Deborah Marsh known as art dept coordinator: Ohio
  • Richard F. Mays known as digital set designer
  • Robert McKinnon known as concept artist
  • Ryan Meinerding known as visual development supervisor
  • Steven Milosavleski known as art assistant
  • Chelsea Mondelli known as set decoration assistant
  • David Moreau known as set designer
  • Sara R. Morris known as construction accountant
  • Josh Nizzi known as concept illustrator
  • Samuel Noel known as set dresser
  • William Allen Olsen known as prop maker
  • Andy Park known as concept illustrator
  • Steve Pfauter known as set dresser
  • Julien Pougnier known as set designer
  • Anshuman Prasad known as set designer
  • Edward J. Protiva known as set dresser
  • Jamie Rama known as illustrator
  • Todd Rex known as sculptor
  • Christopher S. Ross known as concept illustrator
  • James Rothwell known as animatics
  • Peter Mitchell Rubin known as storyboard artist
  • John H. Samson known as construction coordinator
  • Sally Schnellinger known as set dressing office assistant
  • Kelley Snyder known as prop assistant: 2nd unit
  • Paul Sonski known as set designer
  • Mike Stassi known as set designer
  • Jeffrey D. Stevens known as construction medic
  • Aaron Streiner known as on set dresser: second unit Ohio
  • Holly Sudduth known as set dresser
  • Samuel J. Tell known as set dec buyer
  • Jason Vanover known as key greensman
  • Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez known as sculptor
  • Lance R. Walters known as set dresser: Ohio
  • Jordan Watts known as art department assistant
  • Randall D. Wilkins known as set designer
  • Ryan Jeremy Woodward known as storyboard artist

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Company

Production Companies:

  • Marvel Entertainment (presents)
  • Marvel Studios
  • Perception
  • Sony Pictures Imageworks (SPI)

Other Companies:

  • Air Hollywood  additional props (uncredited)
  • Allan Padelford Camera Cars  camera equipment
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Bertone Visuals  camera equipment provided by
  • Central Casting  extras casting
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Codex Digital  digital recording equipment
  • Deluxe Digital Cinema  post-production (Domestic Digital Cinema Distribution)
  • Direct Tools & Fasteners  expendables
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • EMS Payroll  extras payroll services (uncredited)
  • Hollywood Records  soundtrack
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • Monster Picture Crane  stunt rigging crane
  • Panavision  camera equipment provided by
  • Performance Filmworks  Edge Crane System
  • Pictorvision  Eclipse aerial camera system
  • Plus One Rentals  location equipment/rentals
  • Red Rhino Trailers  hair and makeup trailer
  • Reel Security  production security (uncredited)

Distributors:

  • Forum Hungary (2014) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Spain) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (France) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Hong Kong) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing (WDSSPR) (2014) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2014) (USA) (DVD)
  • Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (2014) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Finland (2014) (Finland) (all media)
  • Zon Audiovisuais (2014) (Portugal) (all media)

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Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Capital T (additional visual effects)
  • Gentle Giant Studios
  • Industrial Light & Magic (ILM)
  • Lola Visual Effects
  • Luma Pictures (visual effects)
  • Makeup Effects Laboratories
  • Proof
  • RISE Visual Effects Studios

Visual Effects by:

  • Gus R. Aguilera known as digital roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Jordan Alaeddine known as generalist: Scanline VFX
  • Anjel Alcaraz known as lead stereoscopic artist: stereo d
  • Kaevski Aleksandar known as rotoscoping: fx3x
  • Isaac Alexander known as Production Assistant: Scanline VFX
  • Lee Alexander known as layout artist: ILM
  • David Drury Allen known as previs artist: Proof Inc. (as David Allen)
  • Francisco Alvarez known as Modeler: Scanline VFX
  • Michael Amato known as stereoscopic artist
  • Matt Anderson known as cg artist: ILM
  • Ivaylo Andonov known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Ted Andre known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Beverley Joy Ang known as production engineer
  • Chris Antonini known as visual effects plate coordinator
  • George Antzoulides known as previs artist
  • Doug Appleton known as visual effects artist
  • Ian Armstrong known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Katerina Arroyo known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Radu Arsith known as modeling lead: Trixter Film
  • Radu Arsith known as texturing artist: Trixter Film
  • Emi Baba known as digital artist: Scanline VFX
  • Lance Baetkey known as digital paint/roto supervisor
  • Kamaljit Bains known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Michael Balog known as creature technical director: ILM
  • Aaron Barr known as Generalist: Scanline VFX
  • Jacobo Barreiro known as digital artist: ILM
  • Mark Battle known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Ryan Bauer known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Edward Bauman known as Production Assistant: Scanline VFX
  • Geoffrey E. Baumann known as visual effects supervisor: second unit
  • Basel Bazlamit known as modeler: previz
  • Jean-Paul Beaulieu known as visual effects artist
  • Brian Begun known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Corey Belina known as Animator: Scanline VFX
  • Brian N. Bentley known as stereo compositor
  • Brian N. Bentley known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Beverly Bernacki known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Lalit Bhavsar known as render wrangler
  • Jonathan Bird known as Render Wrangler: Scanline VFX
  • Adam Blank known as layout artist: ILM
  • Brandon Blevins known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Jeremy Bloch known as lighting/lookdev lead: ILM
  • Derek Blume known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Landon Bootsma known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Dan Bornstein known as digital artist: ilm
  • Rigel Bowen known as vfx technical director: Whiskytree
  • Chris Bowers known as previsualization artist
  • Tatjana Bozinovski known as Senior Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Neal Bradshaw known as scan technician: Gentle Giant Studios
  • Bill Bridges known as Animator: Scanline VFX
  • Hayes Brien known as digital compositor
  • Brandon Brocker known as visual effects production assistant
  • Tom Bruno known as previs/postvis artist: Proof, Inc.
  • Chad Buehler known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Chad Buehler known as digital compositor
  • Matthew Bullock known as Modeler: Scanline VFX
  • Charles Bunnag known as digital colorist
  • Blair Burke known as animator: Luma Pictures
  • Claire Burns known as Production Assistant: Scanline VFX
  • Julian Büchner known as head of production: Trixter Film
  • Luis Calero known as digital artist
  • Alexandre Cancado known as 2D supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Brian Carney known as postvis artist: Proof, Inc
  • Rodrigo Carrasco known as 3d scan technician: Gentle Giant Studios
  • Gary Carrillo known as stereo production manager
  • Huey Carroll known as sr. paint compositor
  • Jeremy P. Carroll known as lead stereoscopic compositor: StereoD LLC.
  • David Casey known as visual effects supervisor: The Embassy
  • Christian Castaneda known as digital artist: ILM
  • Joe Censoplano known as lighter & compositor: Luma pictures
  • Michael Chan known as visual effects production assistant
  • Can Chang known as compositor: ILM
  • Hui Ling Chang known as production manager: ILM
  • Jae Young Chang known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Chun-Ping Chao known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Chun-Ping Chao known as digital compositor
  • Alexis Chapman known as 2D Supervisor: Scanline VFX
  • Alexis Chapman known as roto/paint supervisor: ScanlineVFX Vancouver
  • Steven Chapman known as Lidar supervisor
  • Kate Chappell known as I/O coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Marco Checa Garcia known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Marco Checa Garcia known as senior compositor: Scanline VFX
  • John Abraham Chempil known as visual effects artist
  • Tagui Chilyan known as stereo production coordinator: Stereo D
  • Crystal Choo known as VFX Coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Alessandro Cioffi known as visual effects supervisor: Trixter Film
  • Vincent Cirelli known as visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Sam Claitor known as lidar scanning: Gentle Giant Studios
  • Graham D. Clark known as head of stereography: Stereo D
  • Darrell Claunch known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Trent Claus known as compositor
  • James Clowater known as stereo artist: Stereo D
  • Michael Coldewey known as executive producer: Trixter Film
  • Amy Cooper known as visual effects coordinator: Trixter Film
  • Matt Cordero known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Adrian Corsei known as cg supervisor: Trixter Film
  • Marcela Coto known as visual effects junior coordinator
  • Juan Couto known as animator: Trixter Film
  • Maurice Cox known as senior stereoscopic compositor
  • Peter Cromwell known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Steven Crowe known as stereo production coordinator
  • Robert Crowther known as Render Wrangler: Scanline VFX
  • Scott Cullen known as previs artist: Proof, Inc.
  • Coral D'Alessandro known as pre-vis consultant
  • Beth D'Amato known as digital paint and roto artist
  • Philipp Danner known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Billy Dao known as animator: Luma Pictures
  • Chelsea Davenport known as stereo production assistant
  • Sarah Davis known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Marco de Goeij known as matchmove artist: Trixter Film
  • Carlos Patrick De Leon known as visual effects artist
  • Simone De Salvatore known as digital matte painting artist: Trixter Film
  • Michael DeBeer known as integration artist: Lola Visual Effects
  • Gabriel Dedic known as Pipeline TD: Scanline VFX
  • Yoshi DeHerrera known as 3D scanning supervisor: Gentle Giant Studios
  • Christian Deiß known as Pipeline TD: Scanline VFX
  • Christian Deiß known as pipeline technical director: Scanline VFX (as Christian Deiss)
  • Dan Deleeuw known as visual effects supervisor
  • Ruy Delgado known as matchmove artist: Luma Pictures
  • Peter Demarest known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Rustin Devendorf known as stereoscopic technical assistant: Stereo D
  • Brian Dickett known as Compositing Supervisor: Scanline VFX
  • Raffael Dickreuter known as previs artist: Proof Inc
  • Michael Dillon known as di producer
  • Aaron Dixon known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Gus Djuro known as lead stereoscopic compositor
  • Ivelina Dobreva known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Yoav Dolev known as digital compositor: Luma pictures
  • Tim Donlevy known as vfx on-set data / environments capture
  • Jeff Doran known as senior compositor
  • Balazs Drenkovics known as fx artist: Trixter Film
  • Geer DuBois known as postvis artist: Proof, Inc
  • Pauline Duvall known as CG supervisor: Marvel Studios
  • Russell Earl known as visual effects supervisor: ILM
  • David Edwards known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Chris Erb known as visual effects coordinator: Trixter Film
  • Fish Essenfeld known as lead compositor / senior technical director
  • Robert E. Evans known as VFX Producer: Scanline VFX
  • Carolina Fabiani known as Animator: Scanline VFX
  • Steven Fagerquist known as compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Steven Fagerquist known as digital compositor
  • Reza Fakharieh known as compositor
  • Joe Farrell known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Paul Fedor known as matte painter
  • Manuel Ferdinand known as Pipeline TD: Scanline VFX
  • Victor Manuel Fernandez known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Juan Flores known as digital colorist assist: Technicolor
  • Brian Flynn known as digital effects artist
  • Marvin Fonacier known as senior systems engineer
  • Kate Forrest known as animator: Luma Pictures
  • Frederick Fowles known as senior rigger / td
  • Adam Francis known as motion control technician
  • Evan Fraser known as Matchmove Supervisor: Scanline VFX
  • Janet Freedland known as roto/paint artist
  • Skye Freeman known as Generalist: Scanline VFX
  • Roland Friedrich known as Senior compositor: ScanlineVFX
  • Chris Fung known as post-vis artist: Proof Inc.
  • Patrick Gagné known as modeler
  • Javier García known as lighting & rendering td: Trixter Film
  • Sigurjón F. Gardarsson known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Sarah Gatefield known as matchmove artist: Trixter Film
  • Christoph Gaudl known as matchmove artist: Trixter Film
  • Andreas Gebauer known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Andreas Gebauer known as digital compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Sinje Gebauer known as visual effects producer (Scanline VFX)
  • Willi Geiger known as digital artist
  • Safeer Ghaznavi known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Paul Ghezzo known as CG Supervisor: Scanline VFX
  • Paolo Giandoso known as concept artist: Trixter Film
  • Ulf Gieseler known as texturing artist: Trixter Film
  • Matthew E. Gill known as stereoscopic production coordinator: Stereo D
  • Clarke Godwin known as senior stereoscopic compositor
  • Jonathan Goldsmith known as producer: Stereo D
  • Monty Granito known as previs supervisor: Proof Inc
  • Orin Green known as compositor
  • Shawn Griswold known as digital compositor
  • Greg Groenekamp known as digital compositor
  • Jay Grunfeld known as digital compositor
  • Scott Gudahl known as compositor
  • Omar Gudjonsson known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Luis Guggenberger known as concept artist: Trixter Film
  • Ajay Gurram known as digital compositor
  • Anna Guseva known as VFX Coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Andreas Gutsche known as head of pipeline: Trixter Film
  • Michael Habenicht known as lead compositing td: Trixter Film
  • Michael Habenicht known as lead compositing technical director: Trixter Film
  • Christian Haberkern known as visual effects artist
  • Whitney Hagan known as Production Manager: Scanline VFX
  • Jamie Hallett known as visual effects supervisor: capital T
  • Lindsay Hallett known as director of business relations: Luma Pictures
  • Katie Hamberger known as visual effects artist
  • Rob Hamilton known as paint/roto artist: Luma Pictures
  • Josh Handley known as compositor: element qc, Stereo D
  • Gunnar Hansen known as postvis supervisor: Proof Inc.
  • Derek Hanson known as stereo compositor
  • Silke Harbauer known as production secretary: Trixter Film
  • Ashlyn Hardie known as VFX Coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Ashlyn Hardie known as visual effects coordinator
  • Jeff Harkness known as Pipeline TD: Scanline VFX
  • Dustin Hayes known as stereoscopic artist
  • Adam Hazard known as digital compositor: ILM
  • John R. Hazzard known as pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Alex Heffner known as stereoscopic artist
  • Christian Hejnal known as visual effects producer
  • Jan Hektor known as matchmove artist: Trixter Film
  • Aeon Henderson known as compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Mathias Herbster known as texturing artist: Trixter Film
  • Greg Herman known as visual effects artist
  • Greg Herman known as visual effects editor: Perception
  • Josh Herman known as digital sculptor
  • Marco Hermida known as roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX
  • Asier Hernaez known as Compositing Supervisor: Scanline VFX
  • Thomas Hiebler known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Bryan M. Higgins known as tracking supervisor
  • Adam Hlavac known as stereoscopic artist
  • Finlay Hogg known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Bruce Holcomb known as digital models supervisor
  • Rob Holland known as production coordinator: visual effects
  • Nathaniel Holroyd known as CG Coordinator
  • Nathaniel Holroyd known as VFX Coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Brian Howald known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Josiah Holmes Howison known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Cosmin Hrincu known as modeler & texture artist: luma pictures
  • Chung-Yin Hsieh known as background plate prep: Scanline VFX
  • Chia-Chi Hu known as digital compositor
  • Eric Huang known as Animator: Scanline VFX
  • Nikolai Huber known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • János Hunyadi known as modeler: Scanline VFX
  • Paul Huston known as digital artist
  • Manuel Häge known as system administrator: Trixter Film
  • Julius Ihle known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Todorovski Ilija known as roto artist
  • Lia Ioanniti known as compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Stavroula Ioanniti known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Patel Irshad known as digital compositor: Prana Studios
  • Besar Ismaili known as paint/prep artist
  • Travis Wade Ivy known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Evan Jacobs known as stereo supervisor
  • Evan Jacobs known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Srinivas Janapati known as finaling coordinator
  • Patrick Jarvis known as Digital Paint Dept. Supervisor: BaseFX
  • Jaime Jasso known as lead digital matte artist
  • Hanjoo Jeong known as senior fx & lighting technical director: ILM
  • Hanjoo Jeong known as senior technical director: ilm
  • Grigori Jiliba known as Generalist: Scanline VFX
  • Viv Jim known as senior compositor: ScanlineVFX
  • Erik Johnson known as depth artist: Stereo D
  • Matt Johnson known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Tim Johnson known as Department Manager: StereoD
  • Grzegorz Jonkajtys known as visual effects
  • Nikolce Jovanovski known as compositor: PerceptionNYC
  • Mark Julien known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Mark Julien known as compositor
  • Soyeon Jung known as stereo compositor
  • Corey Just known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Kareem K.H. known as digital compositor
  • Pavel Kacerle known as lighting & rendering td: Trixter Film
  • Pavel Kacerle known as lighting td
  • Joey Kadin known as system administrator
  • Barry Kane known as rendering supervisor
  • Barry Kane known as rendering supervisor: Trixter Film
  • Sandro Kath known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Patrick Keenan known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Ian Kelly known as stereoscopic roto lead
  • Jeremy Kelly-Bakker known as compositor
  • Daniel Kepler known as technical coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Dulshan Keragala known as modeler & texture artist: luma pictures
  • Jane Kernan known as stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D
  • Alex Khan known as digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Laura Killmaster known as creature technical director: ILM
  • Michael Killoren known as associate production manager
  • Dave Kim known as VFX Coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Dave Kim known as visual effects coordinator
  • Jeff Kim known as roto/paint supervisor
  • Jiwoon Kim known as senior compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Zachary Kinney known as visual effects artist
  • Guido Kirsch known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Dag Kjetsa known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Cathleen Klein known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Cathleen Klein known as paint artist: Trixter Film
  • Dan Knight known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Joshua Knobel known as compositor
  • Kevin Kohri known as Modeller: Scanline VFX
  • Brandie Konopasek known as digital intermediate assistant producer
  • Nicolas Koubi known as VFX artist: Scanline VFX
  • Nicolas Koubi known as pipeline/rigging td
  • Hemanth Reddy Kovvuri known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Simone Kraus known as animation supervisor: Trixter Film
  • Sascha Kremers known as animation td: Trixter Film
  • Andreas Krieg known as lighting & rendering td: Trixter Film
  • Andrea Krupp known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Robert Kuczera known as senior animator: Trixter Film
  • Nitesh Kumar known as second lead rotoscopy: Stereo D
  • Sebastian Küchmeister known as Generalist: Scanline VFX
  • François Lambert known as compositing supervisor: ILM
  • Matthew Lane known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Pedro Lara known as senior compositor
  • Felix Laser known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Asier Lavina known as visual effects artist
  • Kurt Lawson known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Julius Lechner known as digital effects artist: Scanline VFX
  • Michael Lederhuber known as lighting & rendering td: Trixter Film
  • James Ledwell known as visual effects coordinator
  • Amber Lee known as production coordinator
  • Daniel Lee known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Daniel Lee known as senior compositor
  • Woohyuck Eric Lee known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Marco Leone known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • John LePore known as Creative Director: PerceptionNYC
  • Nicolas Leu known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • John M. Levin known as layout artist: ILM
  • Fred Lewis known as digital compositor: Whiskytree
  • Seth Lickiss known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Sung-Hun Lim known as Modeler: Scanline VFX
  • Jacys Cheng-Yu Lin known as visual effects artist
  • John Lindstein known as visual effects artist
  • Joseph Lobato known as VFX Coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Armando Lombardo known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Juan David Lopez known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Patrick Louie known as compositor
  • Justin Louis known as visual effects
  • Russell Lum known as visual effects production manager: Industrial Light & Magic
  • Tobias Mack known as rendering td
  • Tobias Mack known as rendering td: Trixter Film
  • Alexander Madsen known as depth artist: Stereo D
  • Jessica Madsen known as digital artist: Luma Pictures
  • Ravi Mahapatro known as Finaling Manager
  • Pravin Mahtani known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Yael Majors known as stereoscopic artist
  • Charana Mapatuna known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D LLC
  • Pavan Maradia known as Pipeline Technical Assistant, StereoD
  • Patrik Marek known as digital artist: ILM
  • Sophie Marfleet known as digital compositor
  • Simon Marinof known as sequence lead
  • Oliver Markowski known as lighting & rendering td: Trixter Film
  • Quentin Marmier known as digital artist: Industrial Light & Magic
  • Lisa Marra known as visual effects production manager
  • Francisco Martinez known as lighting and compositing artist: Luma Pictures
  • Geordie Martinez known as creature technical director
  • Praveen Mathew known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Praveen Mathew known as generalist
  • Praveen Mathew known as lighting technical director
  • Dirk Mauche known as modeling artist: Trixter Film
  • Michael C. May known as stereo producer
  • George McCarthy known as visual effects editor
  • Russell McCoy known as stereo compositing supervisor
  • Edward McEnaney known as visual effects producer
  • Steve McLafferty known as matchmove artist
  • Sarah McLauchlan known as Digital Production Manager: Scanline VFX
  • Sarah McLauchlan known as production manager
  • Scott Mease known as visual effects artist
  • Frederic Medioni known as layout artist: ILM
  • Joel Mendias known as executive producer: Scanline VFX
  • Michel Mielke known as Executive Producer: Scanline VFX
  • Karolis Mikalauskas known as depth artist
  • Michael Milano known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Ariana Miller known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Michael Miller known as lead modeler: Scanline VFX
  • Brad Minnich known as visual effects editor
  • Jonathan Mitchell known as visual effects artist
  • Brian Moffet known as production engineer
  • Shawn Monaghan known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Chris F. Moore known as visual effects
  • Sara Moore known as VFX Coordinator: Scanline VFX
  • Eroc Moralls known as Senior VFX Lead Artist
  • Raul Moreno known as post vis lead: Proof Inc.
  • Jean-Francois Morissette known as layout artist: ILM
  • Betsy Mueller known as digital artist: ILM
  • Tim Mulvihill known as VFX Editor: Scanline VFX
  • Kristine Nadal known as visual effects accountant
  • Naren Naidoo known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Todd Napier known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Avadhut Nerurkar known as render wrangler/render support
  • Thomas Newbury known as model & texture artist: luma pictures
  • Ross Newton known as visual effects artist
  • Gregory Ng known as lighting & compositing artist: Luma Pictures
  • Yoon See Ng known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Jason P. Nguyen known as compositor
  • Jesse Nicodemus known as visual effects artist: Luma Pictures
  • Catalin Niculescu known as rigging supervisor
  • Catalin Niculescu known as rigging td: Trixter Film
  • Prin Nimmannitya known as digital artist: Luma Pictures
  • Thomas Nittmann known as visual effects producer: Lola Visual Effects
  • Kevin Njoo known as postvis artist: Proof, Inc.
  • Jordan Nounnan known as previs artist: Proof, Inc.
  • Brian Nugent known as digital compositor
  • Chris O'Connell known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Kieran Ogden-Brunell known as fx artist: Luma Pictures
  • Robert Olsson known as visual effects artist
  • Angel Orlando known as senior production services technician
  • Raphael Oseguera known as lead roto artist
  • Hector Padilla known as visual effects production assistant
  • Scott Paquin known as Animator: Scanline VFX
  • Aaron Parry known as Stereo Executive Producer: Stereo D
  • Dana Passarella known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Allison Paul known as visual effects associate producer: Lola Visual Effects
  • Andrew Paulus known as visual effects artist
  • Daniel Pearson known as cg supervisor
  • Chris Pember known as digital artist
  • Lyndsey Pendley known as stereoscopic paint artist
  • Michael Perdew known as digital production manager: Luma Pictures
  • Alex Perlstrom known as Systems Administrator: Scanline VFX
  • Katrissa 'Kat' Peterson known as visual effects coordinator
  • Roland Pfisterer known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Brittany Piacente known as stereoscopic artist
  • Diego Piccinato known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Jerome Platteaux known as digital artist
  • Jonathan Podwil known as digital compositor
  • Darren Poe known as VFX Supervisor: Scanline VFX
  • Melvin Polayah known as lead layout artist
  • Jason Porter known as digital compositor
  • Justin Porter known as lead digital coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Michael Porterfield known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Hannes Poser known as visual effects artist
  • Lucas Pozzey known as lighting & compositing artist: Luma Pictures
  • Pavel Pranevsky known as CG supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • David Pritchard known as previs artist
  • Derek N. Prusak known as stereoscopic editorial supervisor
  • Franzisca Puppe known as visual effects producer: Trixter Film
  • Manuel Pérez Sanz known as fx artist: Trixter Film
  • Melissa Quintas known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Ricardo Quintero known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Ricardo Quintero known as compositor
  • Heribert Raab known as digital artist: ILM
  • Karthik Ramasamy known as digital compositor: Base FX
  • Ryan Ramsey known as stereo compositor: Legend 3 D
  • Matthias Reiche known as animator: Trixter Film
  • Mick Reid known as stereoscopic compositor
  • Ralph Reinle known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Ralph Reinle known as compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Shinichi Rembutsu known as visual effects artist
  • Gerard Retulla known as visual effects artist
  • Daniel Riddle known as modeler & texture artist: luma pictures
  • Rebecca Rinn known as digital production manager: SPI
  • Agustin Rios known as visual effects artist
  • Bernardo Rodriguez known as VFX Editor: Scanline VFX
  • Marta Rodriguez known as visual effects coordinator: Trixter Film
  • Nathaniel Rodriguez known as stereo compositor
  • Ryan Rubi known as creature technical director: ILM
  • Nathan Rusch known as pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures
  • Shawn Sahara known as roto & paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Dylan Sanchez known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Mike Sanders known as digital supervisor
  • Jacob Santamaria known as fx artist: Luma Pictures
  • Kosta Saric known as visual effects editor
  • Mihai Satmarean known as it manager: Trixter Film
  • Benjamin Scabell known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Dan Schick known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Jakob Schmidt known as creature technical director
  • Ron Schrems known as Modeler: Scanline VFX
  • Brian Schultz known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Evelyn Schunn known as paint artist: Trixter Film
  • Marc Schönbeck known as roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures
  • Steven J. Scott known as supervising digital colorist
  • Brendan Seals known as lighter & compositor: Luma Pictures
  • László Sebõ known as Pipeline Supervisor: Scanline VFX
  • Vit Sedlacek known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Pedro Seixas known as bg prep artist
  • Sheldon Serrao known as effects & lighting technical director: ILM
  • Shobanbabu known as compositor
  • Payam Shohadai known as executive visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Priya Short known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Joey Sila known as lighting and compositing artist : Luma Pictures
  • Marcela A. Silva known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Jared Simeth known as compositing supervisor: Luma Pictures
  • Ian Sinclair known as Production Assistant: Scanline VFX
  • Miro Skandera known as previs artist: Proof
  • Andrew Smith known as visual effects editor: Scanline VFX
  • Courteney Smith known as Production Assistant: Scanline VFX
  • Morgan Smith known as associate production manager: ILM
  • Michael Solorzano known as previsualization artist: Proof Inc.
  • Cameron Sonerson known as layout artist
  • Bernardo Andrea Spadafora known as lighting and compositing artist: Luma Pictures
  • Lisa Spence known as VFX Producer: Scanline VFX
  • Stefan Spendier known as head of business affairs: Trixter Film
  • Doug Spilatro known as visual effects artist
  • Clara Stammermann known as hr manager: Trixter Film
  • Joe Woodward Stevenson known as on-set visual effects photographer
  • John Stewart known as compositing supervisor: in-house
  • Michael Stewart known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Jim Su known as rigging td Scanline VFX
  • Jenna Sunde known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Richard Sur known as Generalist: Scanline VFX
  • Paolo Tamburrino known as visual effects coordinator: Trixter Film
  • Bee Jin Tan known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Neil Russell Tan known as roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX
  • Brandon Taylor known as stereo compositor
  • Christian Te Kock known as texturing artist: Trixter Film
  • Emre Tekinalp known as rigging td: Trixter Film
  • Biljana Temelkova known as paint artist
  • Sebastian Thiel known as head of technology: Trixter Film
  • Shivas Thilak Anthikkat known as digital artist: ILM
  • Patrick Timmermann known as production manager: Trixter Film
  • P.J. Tobyansen known as stereo coordinator
  • Valentin Toncu known as lighting & rendering td: Trixter Film
  • Valentin Toncu known as modeling artist: Trixter Film
  • Valentin Toncu known as texture artist: Trixter Film
  • Viviana Torrellas known as matchmove artist: Luma Pictures
  • Khuong Tran known as stereo compositor: Stereo D
  • Peter G. Travers known as visual effects supervisor
  • Chris Treichel known as stereo production supervisor: Stereo D
  • Greg Tse known as matchmover: Whiskytree
  • Melissa Tseng known as sequence lead: ILM
  • Ervin Tuazon known as stereoscopic artist: Stereo D
  • Sean Udin known as visual effects coordinator
  • Jen Underdahl known as visual effects producer
  • Ron Underdahl known as data wrangler
  • Lee Uren known as lead digital artist: ILM
  • Devin Uzan known as digital compositor
  • Michael Van Eps known as digital roto/paint artist
  • Jeremy Vanneman known as depth artist
  • George Varettas known as animator: Luma Pictures
  • Todd Vaziri known as digital artist (ILM)
  • Carl Vazquez known as stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D
  • James William Visconti III known as computer playback engineer
  • Ute Vollmann known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Eric Wahlstrom known as on-set visual effects coordinator: ILM
  • Ed Walters known as roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX
  • Waikit Wan known as creature technical director: ILM
  • Pablo Wang known as stereo compositor (3D version)
  • Ruochen Wang known as digital compositor
  • Bastian Wartenberg known as visual effects artist
  • James Waterson known as digital compositor: Luma Pictures
  • Kenneth Weide known as lighting & rendering td: Trixter Film
  • Derek Weil known as digital coordinator: Luma Pictures
  • Wesley Welcomer known as stereoscopic artist
  • Jeff Wells known as compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Jeff Wells known as digital compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Sebastian Wernicke known as matchmove artist: Trixter Film
  • Adina Wernstedt known as compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Ryan Weston known as digital artist
  • Melissa Whitcomb known as compositor/lighter: Luma Pictures
  • Andreas Wieland known as visual effects coordinator: Trixter Film
  • C. Jerome Williams known as senior compositor: SPI
  • Edson Williams known as visual effects supervisor: Lola Visual Effects
  • Eddy Wolfson known as stereo compositor
  • Stephanie Woo known as stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D
  • Doug Wright known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Dane Wylie known as stereoscopic depth artist
  • Tuba Yalcin known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • Tuba Yalcin known as effects technical director: Scanline VFX
  • Gus Yamin known as senior digital artist
  • Marvin Yanez known as stereoscopic roto lead
  • Michelle Yu known as digital compositor: ILM
  • Sonia Yu known as lighting & compositing artist: Luma Pictures
  • Arthur Zajac known as visual effects cinematographer: lola vfx
  • Alon Zaslavsky known as Rigger: Scanline VFX
  • Zachariah Zaubi known as Compositor: Scanline VFX
  • David Zbriger known as technical manager of global production: ILM
  • XueChu Zhang known as compositor
  • Dominik Zimmerle known as compositing sequence lead: Trixter Film
  • Dominik Zimmerle known as lead compositing artist: Trixter Film
  • Sean Amlaner known as senior compositor: Lumeni Productions (uncredited)
  • Andrea Lackey Pace known as executive director of production services and resources (uncredited)
  • Daniel Tiesling known as development specialist (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence, gunplay and action throughout

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  1. Fro from United States
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    This film is simply exceptional in every way. The edge it has isdelivering the best, grittiest action the genre has ever scene andcharacters that are as complex as the are fun. Why do I say that?Well…

    What I love about the character is that Steve Rogers has"I'm-a-man-out- of-time issues" but he's comfortable with the chaosthat it brings. In acclimating himself to this century he is at hisbest. Yes, most people would be overwhelmed but because of who he isand where he's from, he's able to cope and adapt. The serum that giveshim his physical edge also gives him a mental boost. It's his emotionsthat are raw and unaided. Time has passed since Avengers so we don'tget to see his day to day amazement and adjustment. I'm glad theyskipped that stuff. What we do see is the man who once representedAmerica and has become alien to America and it's slanted values. Thepassage of time. Add those struggles to a full blown conspiracy filmand what results might just be the best film released all year long.

    Steve Rogers is basically a John Wayne American. The world shifts tohim and it's his job to tell everybody "Here's they way things shouldbe done." We saw that in Avengers and even the first film after hegathered his Howling Commandos. Now, the powers that be are a lot moreflexible in terms of loyalties and how they're going to get certainjobs done. How he handles this century's gray morality is at the heartof the film.

    Like most men from the 1940's, Steve keeps things to himself and keepshis emotions bottled up. (EX: the first film when he mentions hismother dying of TB and he was even embarrassed when Peggy found himmourning alone for Bucky) So, bringing The Black Widow in to this filmgives him someone who is going to draw out his story, because he'snever going to offer it up of his own accord. Natasha learns from him.Fury learns from him. Sam Wilson learns from him. Yet, they all givehim something in return. Every character used is utilized perfectly andsmartly. Falcon for example, is not in awe of the legend of CaptainAmerica. This is exactly what Steve wants in a friend and in a fellowsoldier, to not have to be Captain America. Everyone fits perfectly into the plot and allows access to different beats, tones and emotionaldepth. Yes, conspiracy thrillers need depth and this one has it.

    Captain America is probably the only superhero left in this world ofthe reboot who is singularly heroic. He doesn't have this darkexistential quandary like other reinventions. Plugging that resolutegoodness into a morally complex story means he doesn't question what hebelieves, but he questions whether anybody else does anymore. Hedoesn't question his foundation but he questions where he has ended upand what his role must now be. The conspiracy element and structure ofthis story helps in that Captain America is not up on a pedestal beingself righteous, he's in a corner and that makes you want to root forthe guy. He believes in what he's doing and the viewer is along for agreat ride sharing that belief.

    Marvel movies usually establish character early. This one starts outfast but it's got a lot of character in it. The first act packs a punchbut does it laying the groundwork for a remarkable third act. They taketime showing the issues and you immediately empathize with Steve.Giving us good character depth means the action delivers more punch.And the action here is beyond great. This movie absolutely punches youin the face in the best way possible. The action has advanced a lotfrom the first film. How he now operates in the world and kicks butt isall very impressive.

    So, this is probably Marvel's grittiest movie and it's also their bestsequel to date. There's a dash of humor but there's mostly a wonderfulthriller, conspiracy and adventure that delivers a great great film.

  2. c_razz_y from United Kingdom
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    Another hit from marvel!!! can they do anything wrong.

    With the success of the recent marvel films, this one again is sure todo well at the box office. whats more pleasantly surprising is thatthis film is probably the best they've made so far, even rivalling theavengers. I'm sure that with these positive reviews this movie willmake upwards of 600 million, beating Thor: the dark world, but i doubtthat it will beat iron man 3. however with the success of this movie, ifeel that many more people with be eagerly waiting for the thirdinstalment so watch out Batman V superman!!

    The acting as expected from Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans and SamuelL. Jackson was excellent. Robert Redford was impeccable in his role andhe was worth the effort that Marvel put in to get him on board. Therest of the cast all play their roles extremely well and Marvel havedone the right thing by bringing the Falcon in the movie, which wasplayed well by Anthony Mackie.

    The movie is a great political thriller and i must admit, even withoutthe bonus of superheroes, the script/story is a great movie. Thesuperheroes is what we pay and want to see but the amazing flow of themovie itself should leave many satisfied. The superheroes and villainswere all great and i hope we continue seeing the Falcon in the futurealong with Black Widow. This movie is the most closely linked with TheAvengers and also Avengers Age of Ultron, from the rest of the phase 2films. This is a great movie and one that i highly recommend watching.

    BTW stay for the end credits for an extra bonus!

  3. TyRawrrnosaurus from TurnTheRightCorner.com
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    With Rogers, Fury, and Romanoff previously established, directors Joeand Anthony Russo do a magnificent job at expanding these characters –along with some secondary characters we've seen before – providing moredepth to understanding their actions and how they will affect futurestories. Sam Jackson has a stronger presence this time around,validating Nick Fury as a main staple in the MCU among the big boys.Captain America is stronger, faster, and a more refined soldier,equipped with better fighting skills and understanding of currenttechnology. Evans plays the earnestness of Captain America's black andwhite morality with convincing finesse in an age of grey that he hasyet to find a comfortable middle. And Johansson progresses the allureof the cunning and multifaceted Black Widow, while bringing a splendidand lively balance to Rogers' straight and narrow.

    Amidst such a tight and clever script, The Winter Soldier introduces aband of new characters, all of whom play a significant role, creating amore layered and conceivably real MCU. Frank Grillo brings the swollingmass of muscle known as S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Brock Rumlow to life. EmilyVanCamp surprises with her portrayal of Agent 13, whom I wish had morescreen time with Cap than just two quick scenes. Robert Redford playsAlexander Pierce, a superior ranking Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., friend toNick Fury, and representative of the World Security Council. Pierce isa wonderful look into the higher ranks at S.H.I.E.L.D., contributingnew insights as to how the organization is run outside of Fury, AgentCoulson, and Agent Maria Hill. Anthony Mackie is Sam Wilson aka TheFalcon, an ex-military special-ops paratrooper and a welcomed additionrecruited by Rogers to help fight the good fight. Mackie fitscomfortably among the cast of veteran actors and should play nicelywith the other Avengers.

    Enhanced for combat and strength, The Winter Soldier's presence isterrifying when it comes to any action scene. Sebastian Stan does anamazing job holding his own against his targets and those who get inhis way of his missions. My only gripe is that it is not explained howhe obtains the immense power and skills he beholds. The connectionbetween Rogers and The Winter Soldier is dealt with true care andexcels the story of Captain America from the first film brilliantly.(Be sure to stay after the credits for a nice button leading intoCaptain America 3.)

    The Winter Soldier is not just a fantastic sequel to Captain America:The First Avenger and The Avengers, it should also be recognized as oneof the best sequels ever made. In fact, writers Christopher Markus andStephen McFeely, the duo behind Thor: The Dark World, the NarniaTrilogy, and The First Avenger, have done such a great job shapingCaptain America's story that this movie could almost stand on its own.There are many exciting twists and turns in this well-constructed,political action-thriller, but nothing comes as more of a shock thanhow important the story is at defining the direction of the MCU. Whattakes place in The Winter Soldier, along with an awesome mid-creditssequence tie-in, will inherently influence Avengers: Age of Ultron aswell as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – which should make the TV series a lotmore interesting and reward fans who have stuck by its side.

    Tonally, The Winter Soldier is the darkest story we've come toencounter, raising many deep-seated questions about government andsoldiers of war while also taking Rogers on an emotional journey. Italso has the best action choreography among all of the MCU movies thusfar. Whedon's NYC battle in The Avengers is beautifully shot andwritten, but cannot compare to the hard-hitting set pieces found in TheWinter Soldier, each building up to the bigger whole. The Russobrothers come from a background of directing television comedies suchas Arrested Development and Community, and it's extraordinary how wellthey handle a big budget action blockbuster from cinematography topacing. They do infuse their own style of comedy with fun referencesand a cameo other than Stan Lee, functioning properly within theconfines of the tone and story. Henry Jackman (Captain Phillips;Wreck-It Ralph; X-Men: First Class) also composes an adrenaline pumpingscore that sets the right mood every time.

    The biggest fault found in The Winter Soldier is that it does notaddress the whereabouts of other heroes or where we are in terms of thetime line of the other movies. Why can't Captain America call on TonyStark to help him out or even Hawkeye who is a member of S.H.I.E.L.D.himself. This is a recurring problem we have seen throughout Phase 2 ofthe MCU in Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World. Marvel Studios needs toacknowledge this hiccup if they want us to continue to believe all ofthese characters live in the same universe together. You cannot excludethese characters once you have opened Pandora's Box.

    Marvel Studios has hit this one out of the ball park with yet anothergripping adaptation for fans to enjoy for years to come. By and large,Captain America: The Winter Soldier succeeds on all fronts. It is theperfect set up for future films and at the same time it increases thevalue of its predecessors. There is little to argue against its meritsand should be regarded as one of the greatest superhero movies of alltime.

  4. Sahl_95 from United Kingdom
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    Went into the movie not expecting much as I felt that the first CaptainAmerica was one of the weaker movies in Phase one of the Avengers.However, this movie was one of the best of the Marvel CinematicUniverse.

    First off, the action and fight scenes in the movie are just awesomeand there is plenty of action to keep you entertained throughout theentire movie. There is also enough humour to balance all this. Thecharacters all had their own amazing moments and the acting is decentas well. You get to see more of Nick Fury, and he was awesome in this.Black Widow is used much more in this movie and as well as beingbadass, she brings out more of the Captain's story. Sam Wilson (theFalcon) is great and is involved in some great action scenes. Thevillains in this movie were awesome as well.

    Quite enjoyed the story as well. There were a few twists; someunexpected, some expected. And the reveal of the unexpected twists inthe final third were epic. The story is not just about Captain Americaand the Winter Soldier, there are darker forces at play and causes theCaptain to ask dangerous questions.

    This movie is very entertaining, the story is decent, the ending isawesome and satisfying and I would recommend watching this. Makes for adecent political thriller as well. This will easily be one of myfavourite movies.

  5. Devansh Sharma
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    This movie Rocks!!!!!! At first, I wasn't very confident about watchinga captain America movie because he looked kind of old-school. But whenI watched this movie – BOOM !!!!!!! This movie blew my mind…. It isreally AWESOME!!! There are many sequences that will make you jump upin your seats. And though I have not included any spoilers, I wouldlike to recommend you to stay after the credits for two amazing scenes,now this is hardly a spoiler as everyone knows marvel always treats theaudience with surprising after credits scenes. I shall say no morehere. Marvel has done an excellent job on this movie.

    Chris Evans has done some excellent work as Captain America. ButScarlett Johansson as Black widow steals the movie. Her character isevergreen as usual.Others to look forward to are Sebastian Stan as thewinter soldier and Anthony Mackie as The Falcon.

    I highly recommend this movie. Guys, this movie is really worth yourbucks. Moreover, the movie runs for over 136 mins, but never at asingle moment during the movie you feel bored. And the ending of themovie leaves you craving for more and more.

    The climax is terrific. I haven't seen such an awesome climax of amovie since the Avengers. So guys, go for this movie…. take your kidswith you. They'll love it. It is a perfect start of summer blockbusterand one of the best movies of the year without doubt..

  6. doomas10 from Manchester, England
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    Now "The winter soldier" is everything a Captain America movie shouldbe. While it maintains some of the humour that now has become thetrademark of Marvel films, TWS is way more serious than all of themcombined. And this is truly where the film feels so brave and yesdifferent than any other superhero flicks that we have seen.

    Which brings me to the most important point, the plot. While of courseit is not going to be the most original or complicated film of thecentury, there is the basic screen writing elements that so much lackfrom modern day blockbusters. You have the (likable) characters and amystery they need to solve along with a racing clock. It reminded methe 70's political paranoia thrillers (3 days of the Condor – anotherRedford link, The parallax view, Z) and it is a welcome tone that makesthe WS to differentiate itself from the rest. There are strong scenesregarding political fear, control, and information manipulation but itnever feels bloated or overbearing. the purpose is to entertain even ifit manages to squeeze through a bit of political views with Rogersreplacing the viewer's voice on screen. At one point there is a talkabout who is who which results in every man for himself mayhem in oneof the most interesting sequences that you may see this year. We do notget this stuff these days!

    Besides the charged plot, the introduction of new characters and themega mayhem in the streets of Washingthon DC, the Russos have foundtime (and they should bloody do since TWS is 2 and a half hours long!)to inject some sentiments in the proceedings – a visit to Peggy, aconfrontation with Fury regarding SHIELDs actions, Bucky's memoryrecall, Natasha's kissing talk. They could have easily skip these"crap" but instead the extra running time feels adjusted and coherentwith a bit of more characterization which results to bring us closer tothe on screen counterparts.

    However, the action is what took me by surprise. The bar has been sethigher now. It is truly unbelievable to think that these two directors(of the "Community" fame) came with such inventive ways of using Cap'sshield. Finally, the shield gets to be seen in all of its glory. Inaddition, all the fist fights (and they are many) are excellentexamples and putting the glasses to the school of frantic edit (which Itruly despise) with varied and rapid choreography. A terrific elevatorfight sequence probably stands out as truly memorable whereas theencounters with the Winter Soldier never feel repetitive. The Russobrothers keep changing the game from stealth and cloak missions, to carchases, to gun fires, to dog fights, to fist fights. There is somethingfor everyone here and it is arguably among the finest I have seen.Impressive considering their credits. Real stunt work (backflips,wrestle moves, somersaults, etc), real fights and it is a pleasingsight to go away from superhero duels of the Avengers, Thor and Ironman. These characters rely on instincts and bullets. No more and noless and most of them do have some brutal moments for a PG-13 film (andblood too).

    The actors are absolutely brilliant in their roles. While Evans cameout as a bit arrogant in the "Avengers" and the least interestingcharacter, here he truly shines. First time ever, I actually boughtwhat he was bringing on the table. This is a soldier who believed inprotecting the people and their freedom. Here though, in the modern eraof espionage with multiple intrigues and political events, he findshimself unable to identify which side he is on and for what. At onepoint he even considers himself Fury's caretaker of terrorist"problems". The other side of the coin is Samuel Jackson's Nick Furyand Robert Redford's Alexander Pierce. It is nice to see Jacksonexpanding his role from 1 minute cameo in "Iron Man" to a fullysupporting actor here. But the real standout is Robert Redford. KevinFeige (the producer) probably knows how to do casting because so farthere has not been a single acting mistake. Bringingheavy-acting-weight Redford to a superhero film is actually a bold moveand while most movies do not focus on the talented cast, here the Russobrothers give Redford plenty of close ups and necessary gravitationaldialogue that kept surprised me for a "summer" and "mindless"blockbuster. Antony Mackie plays Falcon believably enough and it isvery good to see a great supporting turn instead of being the comedicsidekick. The winter soldier now himself is as you would have expected?probably the best villain outside Loki(!) in the marvel films. A trulyunstoppable and cool killing machine that shows no remorse or regretconsidering his complete disregard (and destructive) actions throughoutthe film. Shaw manages to bring a bit of menace to a generally lighthearted series of fantasy films as he has to act more with his eyesrather than sharing any scenes of actual dialogue.

    Is it perfect? Of course not but it does not feel that it is druggingforever or raising any boring flags. There is plenty of plot,intelligence and sweet characters moments to keep anyone satisfying.This is blockbuster at its finest, a superhero film with heart,immersive action and subtle touches of humour. Totally recommended.

  7. abhishek-upadhayaya from Denmark
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    Marvel showed pretty clearly in Iron Man 3 that they are not afraid totake risk, bend comic stories and venture into unknown territories. Iwas pleasantly surprised by Captain America : The Winter Soldierbecause Marvel is able to do surprise audience like never before. Thismovie has mostly everything a fan could ask for. A political drama,conspiracy theories, Chris Evans portrayal of a "out of his time"superhero who is trying to blend in with the world and thinks that"Internet is helpful", typical Marvel's laugh out loud moments andabove all some mesmerizing action sequences. Threat in this movie isnot as big as the one in Thor :The Dark World since only our tinyplanet is at stake rather than entire 9 realms with imaginativedifficult to pronounce names, but thanks to some very smart blend ofdirection, acting and close to perfect background scores, threat seemsto be much bigger and more importantly, real this time. You actuallycare for the fate of entire planet and characters. You do come face toface with the full potential of SHIELD and its structure, its influenceon world politics and when the actual villain is revealed, you justcannot hide your excitement. SHIELD acts as a central character in themovie and shows itself to be far bigger and complex than what wesuspected after watching all the Marvel offerings. There is Nick Furyas usual hiding secrets, keeping secrets and digging secrets butwatching him vulnerable in this movie is much better than watching himacting all almighty in Avengers. Chris Evans shine in this role and Ican imagine he won't be at the bottom of favorite Avengers list afterthis movie. His portrayal of Captain America is near perfect. ScarlettJohansson is a surprise package in the film portraying Black Widowcharacter. She gets ample screen time presence this time, even inscenes where she is not kicking someone. It is actually the first timewe learn something about Black Widow, duplicity in her character justadds tension to the already built suspense in the movie. Sebastian Stanis good in his portrayal of winter soldier. He is a perfect nemesis toCaptain America in the movie. I bet you haven't seen such creativecombat scenes between these two ever before. Action here is not as loudas Thor movies, it is more real, every bullet which find its targethurts, every punch delivered matters, it is so enjoyable to watch justbecause it is so real. I wish I could write about some more charactersbut that will be giving away some key points. Please be assured thereare some great character comebacks, some you expected, some you didn't.I was a little let down by the climax of the film by its simplicityafter the real motive of the real villain is revealed, but of courseyou have to remember its a Marvel film, there doesn't exist anysituation alien/political/social which can't be solved by fewexplosions and kicks. Overall it's a highly entertaining film fromMarvel, I will put it behind only Avengers and first Iron Man, thismovie deserves your weekend. And of course it goes without saying,don't dare to leave your seats until last credits have rolled out, youhave probably all heard the rumors about Joss Whedon directing the endcredit scene. Yes it is awesome and offers an insight into the nextAvengers movie.

  8. ikhypk-406-644521 from Malaysia
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the third film in Phase 2 of theMarvel Cinematic Universe (after last year's Iron Man 3 and Thor: TheDark World). Compared with the mighty giant green monster, the hammerwielding Norse thunder god or the 'genius, philanthropist, billionaire,playboy' armor man, the Captain was never quite as appealing as therest of the 'Unusuals'. Steve Rogers is portrayed as an old-fashioned,straightforward, honest, courageous, sincere, patriotic superhero. Thismakes him a less-interesting, boring character. Moreover, as Tony Starksaid it, "Everything special about you came out of a bottle!"

    Most film-goers would know that Marvel films are famous for its bright,fun and not-so-serious approach to its storytelling, together with somecatchy, witty dialogues. This film is a game changer in the MarvelCinematic Universe. This time around, Marvel decided to take adifferent approach on things: To make a Captain America sequel with amore serious, darker plot development and more face-to-face close-rangehand combat fights. What should have been a typical superhero film, nowbecomes a conspiracy-espionage thriller.

    Two years after the events that happened in New York city, the Captainstill struggles with adjusting himself to the modern world, with noapparent social life or girl friend, which is why Natasha/Black Widowtries to introduce or recommend him some cute girls in S.H.I.E.L.D. forhim to date with. He is shocked when he learns that the verygovernmental organisation he is working for is not what it seems to be,as the Cap said in the trailer, "This isn't freedom. This is fear".Soon, he finds himself entangled in a conspiracy that puts millions ofinnocent lives at risk.

    The film comes with excellent, fast-paced action choreography. Althoughthe cinematography is a bit dodgy due to the shaky-cam techniques usedfor depicting the chaotic moments, the fight scenes between the WinterSoldier and the Captain is fantastic and serves as one of the film'shighlights. The audience finally gets to see how the Captain's shieldis utilised effectively in both offensive and defensive combatsituations. It also good to see again how Natasha kicks ass in thefilm.

    All actors delivered a pretty decent performance in the film. Onceagain, Chris Evans and Scarlett Johannson both proved that they fittheir roles well, adding more depth to the characters they portray inthe film. Sam Wilson/Falcon is a welcome addition to the Marvelfranchise and hopefully he will appear again in the Avengers sequel.Unfortunately, despite the film's title, the winter soldier is not acomplex villain and doesn't appear much in the film. It's such a shameto just show him as a formidable physical fighter who's capable ofchallenging the Captain.

    The film is well-scripted, filled with suspense while highlighting someimportant socio-political issues such as government surveillance andcontrol in its storytelling. Although the twists in the film ispredictable and fairly easy to guess, the sequel is a markedimprovement compared to its predecessor, Captain America: The FirstAvenger. The story unfolds gradually and comes with huge, surprisingdevelopments by the end of the film. Marvel Cinematic Universe is notgoing to be the same again. What's going to happen next? How the storyis going to progress in Avengers: Age of Ultron, after what hadhappened in this film? Interesting.

    Rating: 8.5/10

    http://yjcool.blogspot.com/2014/03/movie-review-captain-america-winter.html

    Be warned. This is not the typical fun, 'not-so-serious', entertainingMarvel film that you used to watch in the past. You might like it orfind it a bore. In order to recognize some of the characters in thefilm, you need to remember some of Marvel's Phase One films. Mostimportantly, you need to watch Captain America: The First Avengerbefore watching this to understand the plot.

    Note: Guess you don't need me to remind you to stay for the mid-creditand post-credit scenes. It foreshadows what's going to happen next byintroducing a lesser-known supervillain and two new characters,'Miracles' (another name for 'mutants' because of screen rights issues)which going to be in the Avengers sequel, Age of Ultron. It furtherconfirms that one of weapons depicted in The Avengers is indeed one ofthe six infinity stones.

  9. Grann-Bach (Grann-Bach@jubii.dk) from Denmark
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    When Fury(L. Jackson, tough as usual, for him and these) is attacked byan unknown enemy, the Captain(Evans, will of steel, heart of gold) andBlack Widow(Johansson, sultry and devious – this uses her right,finally) find themselves(they have a great chemistry, with a charmingrunning gag of her wanting to pair him up with a girl, going through alist of ones they both know; and with his straightforward nature, andher relative lack of integrity, they both affect the other towardsthem, benefiting both) with no one else to trust, except perhaps theveteran Falcon(Mackie, amiable), as they uncover a genuinelydevastating truth, while on the run from a considerable force –including the elusive assassin, The Winter Soldier(Stan, terrifying,pure awesome pretty much every second he's on screen).

    This is just short of the level of The Avengers. It uses the strongcontinuity of the cinematic Marvel(as in, their own studio) universebetter than any of the others, and does justice to many differentelements, most of them set up prior to this. Events occur in this thatwill have serious consequences for future entries. The plot-drivennature and approach of a 70's political thriller(where some characters,all credible and with something to do, happen to wear a flag or thelike) in a contemporary setting and with biting satire(on foreignpolicy, something not entirely new to these, but never before thissharp… commenting on mass surveillance and executions taking placebefore any trial against the (supposed) perpetrator) is spot-on. From a40's war flick, with heroism and defined lines between good and evil,to the modern method of taking on the opposition – with spying, andquestionable tactics(compared to one army versus another).

    The action all comes about naturally, it's personal, hard-hitting and,on account of next to no CGI, it's "real". Each intense set-piece isvaried(fighting, shooting, chasing both on foot and vehicular…), youwill remember them, and except for one bit, they feel fresh andoriginal. Among the very few weaknesses are that Sharon(VanCamp,another compelling and strong woman) has nothing to do in this,appearing as if her important scenes were cut, and/or that she wassetup for the next one. She is the only one that that goes for, apleasant surprise considering the seemingly bloated cast of characters.This explores S.H.I.E.L.D., and how the iconic super soldier fits intoit …or, whether or not he does, at all. The 3D is unobtrusive, addingdepth and atmosphere, similar to Avatar.

    There is violence and disturbing content in this. I recommend this toany fan of, well, blockbusters. 10/10

  10. scarinny from United States
    06 Apr 2014, 5:00 pm

    I applaud the Russo brothers and the writers Christopher Markus andStephen McFeely on a job well done in this action thriller The actionis riveting as are the quite scenes between the characters. There areGood humorous punches in this script also. The returning cast are greatand expanding their roles from other movies, I am trying to be vaguehere as not to ruin the movie. Also there are some great additions tothe cast as well. Anthony Mackie does a soaring job as the Falcon (punintended), he has a very comfortable fit to the cast and no way feelforces in. Robert Redford is a very compelling character and presenceon screen. The action scenes were fantastic when I saw the resume ofthe Russos's movies I was a little worried, now I think they might haveto worry about being type cast as action movie directors. There are afew changes from the comic book story line but they are notdistracting. The Winter Solider is a movie that greatly expands andshakes the foundation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Stay for thetwo end credit sequences. I really enjoyed this movie and recommend it.If it's action you want. Go see the Captain.

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