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Captain America: The Winter Soldier 

click to enlarge All the President’s Supermen: Evans contemplates his distorted reflection as the latest Marvel movie shifts into political-thriller mode.

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LA Weekly Captain America Goes to Washington Tucked into a pocket of his workout sweats, Steve Rogers — aka Captain America, the serum-enhanced Yankee Doodle Dynamo who's spent the last six decades in deep freeze — keeps a notebook of cultural beats he's missed: Star Wars, Marvin Gaye, Thai food. ("We used to boil everything," he mock-groans.)... by Amy Nicholson 04/03/2014
Tucson Weekly Even More Marvel It's challenging to care about the hero or the villain in the latest Marvel film, but it's still a fun watch by Colin Boyd 04/03/2014
Creative Loafing Tampa Captain America protects the S.H.I.E.L.D. The Winter Soldier is Marvel’s biggest and best cinematic extravaganza to date. by Kevin Tall 04/03/2014
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NUVO Captain America: The Winter Soldier Captain America is a good man, but I like my superheroes to be a little less cavalier about killing. by Ed Johnson-Ott 04/04/2014
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Charleston City Paper Captain America: The Winter Soldier excels when it's less about action, more about characters Full disclosure: Where Marvel Comics superhero movies are concerned, I have a terrible record of getting it right the first time. Such is the burden of being a recovering adolescent comic-book geek; it's often hard to separate the giddy spark of seeing beloved characters come to life from the question of how those characters were brought to life. And anecdotal evidence suggests I'm far from alone. by Scott Renshaw 04/02/2014
The Coast Halifax Captain America: The Winter Soldier Apparently Tara drinks egg creams? by Tara Thorne 04/03/2014
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Westword Captain America: A refreshingly real superhero for the ages Tucked into a pocket of his workout sweats, Steve Rogers — aka Captain America, the serum-enhanced Yankee Doodle Dynamo who's spent the last six decades in deep freeze — keeps a notebook of cultural beats he's missed: Star Wars, Marvin Gaye, Thai food. If only he'd added '70s conspiracy thrillers... by Amy Nicholson 04/03/2014

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