Things seem to be going wrong when it comes to controlling the land. That adventure begins with one of the most powerful superheroes, Carol Danvers. Carol is one of the most powerful heroes in the universe and will fight a series of battles when the Earth was caught in the middle of the galaxy war between two alien races, where Carol is locked in the most powerful mission in the galaxy.
The film may be about women breaking their shackles, but the lead actress feels kept in check for much of the picture. Humor winds up being provided by Samuel Jackson's Nick Fury, heart by Lashana Lynch's Maria Rambeau, and pathos by...well, it ain't Larson
Captain Marvel is an unremarkable, passable time killer...[Brie] Larson's performance is wooden...while the film's big action scenes are so lacking in imagination the screen often looks as though it's being continually doused in technicolour vomit.
Ignore those imbecilic MRAs, frightened fanboys, and all other insecure man-babies shellacked in misogyny: The truth is that this film is reams of fun and, significantly, no different in quality from past solo superhero flicks produced by Marvel.