Captain America

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Released 2010

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Captain America

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Director:
Albert Pyun
Released:
2010
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Captain America is an action film directed by Albert Pyun, based on the Marvel Comics legendary Captain America, which follows the all-American Steve Rogers (Matt Salinger) as he volunteers to become an experiment for the American government in the hopes of creating a super soldier. It is a success – leaving the once frail Rogers a super strong and agile warrior of a man. Unfortunately, the Italian super soldier experiment on a kidnapped boy resulted in the crazed Red Skull (Scott Paulin). After saving the White House from becoming a post-nuclear warhead postcard, Rogers, now called Captain America, becomes trapped and frozen in Alaska, only to be unfrozen up fifty years later. Confused and still young, Captain America finds himself up against the criminal masterminds of Red Skull and his daughter with the help of his old girlfriend’s daughter Sharon (Kim Gillingham). It’s an epic battle between two archenemies set amongst favorites of the comic book fans.
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  • Captain America, lost but found 25 years later!

    3.5
    This B rated movie never really gained notice by comic book movie watchers, and though it lacks any form of intrigue, low level special effects and stunts that a high school drama class would perform. It is amusing to watch if nothing else is available. You can see the desire for film producers to later create a movie more suitable to the comic themed crowd.
Francesca Neri

Francesca Neri

Valentina de Santis

Darren McGavin

Darren McGavin

General Fleming

Ned Beatty

Ned Beatty

Sam Kolawetz

Scott Paulin

Scott Paulin

Red Skull/Army Doctor

Matt Salinger

Matt Salinger

Steve Rogers/Captain America

Ronny Cox

Ronny Cox

Tom Kimball

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