What Marvel's Civil War Taught Me

Black Widow: Are we still friends? 

Hawkeye: That depends on how hard you punch me. 


I am not much of a Marvel fan on comic books-- but that movie was amazing! It was a whirlwind of emotions. And I'm not kidding when I say:go ahead and watch it yourselves. I'd like to point out though, that it had a great resemblance to DC's Justice League where the government tries to gain control of them.

Batman lol

Contrary to their powers and identities, Captain America was like Batman but had more courtesy. Iron Man was like Superman but he had more rage.

The plot wasn't messy at all and I am thankful I watched the Avenger movies including Ant Man before I watched this.

Speaking of Ant Man..

He played a BIG role on this movie. And by big, I mean huge. Along with Spiderman whom everyone was complaining about, they pretty much added the humor on the film.

Spider-Man: [to Bucky] You have a metal arm? That is AWESOME, dude! 
And to think he was fighting for the opposite team-- they seriously based Spidey from the comic books.Which is a good thing.

I really don't want to spoil anything to you guys but I'll just share to you what I learned about the movie: be considerate.

1) All your actions have a massive or little effect on people-- either way, you must be considerate enough to how they feel.
Because if you act like you don't care-- it wouldn't be a pretty picture.

2) Friendship always wins. 

Through thick and thin, and even if the other person is being immature-- you will still have that soft spot for the fella. You don't even have to admit it or say it out loud because both of you will know and understand each other.

I just kinda ruined the badass scene for you, haven't I?

That was my soft side talking.




Bad Blood by Taylor Swift
I'm Not Okay by My Chemical Romance
Carry On by Fun
The Winter Soldier by Henry Jackman
Smoke on the Water by Machine Head

The Cebu Blogging Community on the premier night of Civil War


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