Empowerment and Confidence
The dynamic between Brie Larson’s character and Samuel L. Jackson’s character is a very fun one, and I hope to see more of it. But more over what resonated so much with me was the sheer empowerment and confidence that Brie Larson’s character, Carol Danvers, radiates. She makes it seem as if it’s this completely normal thing. Which is something that a lot of people no matter which gender could learn from. We all wanna feel empowered and confident, but we all struggle with it. So, it might be time to take a page out of Captain Marvel’s book.
The Marvel element
There are a bunch of easter eggs for other Marvel movies that chronologically happen in the future, but in reality were released before Captain Marvel. So, if you needed an excuse to rewatch all the Marvel movies you got one. It contains enough easter eggs to satisfy the longer-standing fans, but it’s also fresh enough to maybe reel in a completely new fanbase.
Captain Marvel has a different way of storytelling compared to previous Marvel movies, but no less enticing. With amazing visuals and stunning shots Indie-directors Anna Boden and Ryan fleck make it a joy to watch. Add to that the stellar cast and the Marvel element and you’ve got yourself another awesome superhero movie, but this time with a badass female lead.