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We got to watch Captian Marvel early and we decided to wait for the dust to settle to chime in on this one. There is much to be said about a movie with a female heroine, but absolutely none of it has to do with anything surrounding her being a woman. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Captain Marvel showcases an amazing protagonist, a solid plot and a strong supporting cast. Any men who think otherwise have an unbelievable bias and to be quite honest, we have had our fair share of fellas save the day already. With that said, if you haven’t seen the movie yet go see it!

Our spotlight character, albeit a character with no actual lines in the film ironically, was none other than Goose. The playful, lovable “cat” with a certain affinity for Nick Fury and his two working eyeballs. Their dynamic was as enjoyable as Fury and Carol Danvers’. I especially enjoyed the reunion between Carol and her former Air Force buddy Maria Rambeau and her daughter Monica. Some may not know, in comic book lore, Monica Rambeau actually takes the helm as Captain Marvel herself in the future as the movie alludes to. Akira and Azari Akbar both played the role of Monica incredibly well, and we hope that this leads up to a future installment with Monica at the helm of the great superhero title of Captain Marvel.

It’s a great segue into the final Avengers’ film, and the end of the first volume of films in the MCU. From here we’re going to let you go see the movie to enjoy it yourself, but best believe we’re eager to find out what happens to Carol and crew in Avengers: Endgame. We’ll see you all on the other side.

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