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646f9e108c During World War II, a brave, patriotic American Soldier undergoes experiments to become a new supersoldier, "Captain America." Racing to Germany to sabotage the rockets of Nazi baddie "Red Skull", Captain America winds up frozen until the 1990s. He reawakens to find that the Red Skull has changed identities and is now planning to kidnap the President of the United States.
Frozen in the ice for decades, Captain America is freed to battle against arch-criminal, The Red Skull.
Okay, so after watching the Republic serial from 1944 in which Captain America's alter ego was Grant Gardner, district attorney, and then two TV movie versions starring Reb Brown as Steve Rogers, occasional painter, I finally watched this 1990 version from Menahem Golan's 21st Century Film Corporation starring Matt Salinger as the super soldier from World War II that gets frozen for several decades before being thawed out. I liked the beginning where we find out about both his and The Red Skull's (Scott Paulin) early lives and there was a quite entertaining fight between them during the WWII sequence though it would have been nice to know what dastardly thing the Skull did that lead to that battle. But then we're abruptly taken to the present day to when Cap finds himself waking up to and it takes a little time to once again find some momentum. That said, having Ronny Cox and Ned Beatty as a couple of old pals now serving as president and reporter, respectively, was a nice treat for anyone who remembers them from Deliverance not to mention Beatty for his previous superhero encounter in the first two Christopher Reeve Superman movies. And how awesome it was to finally see the CA costume done right this time with both the wings on the cowl and the shield just the right size and color. Even more so was all the hot women that abounded though I have to wonder how any of them could realistically be daughters of the disfigured Red Skull! So in summation, this filmed version of Captain America may be a little on the underwhelming side concerning story logic but the action for the most part makes it worth it for at least one viewing though I probably wouldn't mind watching it again. Can't wait for Chris Evans in Captain America: The First Avenger later this summer.
When a Nazi scientist defects during the war she tells tales of a process by which a child was turned into a super soldier, albeit with some rather nasty side-effects. She is funded to continue her work and when the time comes, US soldier Steve Rodgers volunteers and himself is transformed. Unfortunately a spy kills the scientist, who never wrote any of this down, so Steve is now the only one of his kind the Allies will have. He is dispatched to Germany to stop a missile being aimed at the White House. Once there he is stopped in his tracks by his opposite number – the Red Skull – tied to the missile and fired with it. He manages to divert it at the last minute but crashes into the North Pole and is frozen. Fifty years later he is discovered and, while much has changed, the need for a hero is still the same as the Red Skull continues to conduct evil in the shadows.<br/><br/>As if proof were needed, Captain America is proof that one cannot trust the child version of one&#39;s self when it comes to remembered opinion. Whether it is a forming sense of what is &quot;good&quot; or the warm glow of nostalgia, it is common for things to seem better when you watched them as a child only to discover that they were rubbish when you look at them with adult eyes. I have only seen Captain America once and it was on the BBC and I&#39;m pretty sure it was dropped into the schedules as an unbilled replacement for something else. I barely remember the film and literally have only a few images and scenes in my head but, over time, somehow I have formed the opinion that the film was OK – nothing that good but certainly OK.<br/><br/>Well, if I could go back and slap my 14 year-old self then I would because this film is far from being OK, really far from it. Everything about it screams out how cheaply it was made – not just in financial terms but also in regards the emotional care and attention given it. The plot is basic and feels empty, like a four-sentence treatment was stretched out rather than developed. It never engages but it does produce plenty of small fights. Sadly these are mostly awful, lacking any intensity or reason to care and they add to the feeling that nobody really had much idea what to do with this other than churn it out. It is also hard to ignore how ugly a film it is because in terms of cinematography this is a real dog. It has no colour and it looks drab and flat throughout, with murky film and a real &quot;point-and-shoot&quot; sense about it.<br/><br/>The cast are mostly poor, partly due to them but in their defence their material is consistently horrid so who could work with that? Salinger is wooden but not in a fun way, but in a &quot;charisma black hole&quot; way. He seems sincere but that is part of the problem. Paulin at least seems to know that there is no way to play his character straight so he hams his Italian flamboyance and accent like no tomorrow; still no good but at least he gives the thing some life. Gillingham is pretty but she is really poor throughout the film and you cannot blame the material for her lack of charisma or chemistry with the others. Beatty, Cox and McGavin are strange finds, all of whom play like pros but should have known better.<br/><br/>Captain America is a stinker – everyone says it and everyone is right. It is an ugly film that might have been forgivable in the 1970&#39;s but when you consider it was released in 1990 it just makes it all the worse. To work on a low budget it should have taken a look at Flash Gordon and gone for camp fun but instead it settles for being a drab, dull and roundly poor film that feels cheap in almost every regard (script, acting, directing, cinematography etc etc) and deserves every bad thing said about it.

On Disc 2, this already seems to have happened which means it contains the actual Director&#39;s Cut: the image quality still sucks but it was at least improved a bit. As a result, some scenes look much better than they do on the first disc. The same goes for the introductory text box in the beginning. The two spelling mistakes from the Commentary Version on disc 1 have been corrected. A further introductory text is only available in this edited version. But more than that (and the actual reason for this comparison), there&#39;s an 11-minute-block of scenes in the middle of the movie which is missing in the Commentary Version on disc 1. This means, the entire footage exclusively in the Director&#39;s Cut is withheld because the differences in the beginning and end is nothing but recycled footage.
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