As you may know, Captain Marvel is out, and it grosses over its budget, which it makes more profitable and more successful than other movies in the previous years. It looks like there’s a new trend in movies nowadays. Make superhero movies that can be relatable to males and females. As long they have superheroes ability or not. Anyone can be a superhero, as long they have a curfew.
Captain Marvel is the new superhero movie in the of 2019, and there’s more to come this year. Is Hollywood telling us something we could be superheroes too? I am not bulletproof, fast enough, or strong enough, but I am working out. So far my little muscles are slowly pumping up. Oh my god, I look the like Hulk. I was upset early ago. Everything is good. Remember don’t get mad, you might look like the Hulk yourself.
You could beat the odds, don’t let your weakness come to you. Take your weakness and improve on it.
Brie Larson plays Captain Marvel, and her character is a test pilot who works under Dr. Wendy Lawson testing an experimental vehicle that can fly through space and time (time travel more likely).
If you are confused about the movie plot and story, I was too. I started to do research about the Kree and Skrulls, and they are two alien races in the Marvel Universe it was created by the late Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. A tribute of Stan Lee was in the opening credits in the movie logo and the train scene reading Mallrats (Kevin Smith directed the film, and the movie came out in 1995).
The Kree killed Mar-Vell, and the Skrulls wanted the power, so Carol Danvers blew up the engine and caused a massive explosion, and it infused her body to become a superhero with all the abilities to become a superhero. Remember don’t let your child play with live power lines, it could be danger.
The Skrulls wanted her to extract the power from her, but she felt good and the ability she had made her invincible.
You have to see the movie. The visuals are spectacular and amazing.
What we can do is to inspire our children to become a great scientist, they need Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) to succeed. It would not be easy for them, but they do need help from parents and their mentors. Just help your children to become successful.
By the way, the movie is Marvel-ous.
Check out these movies from other actors
Mallrats (1995) (Stan Lee)
Scott Pligrim VS the World (Brie Larson)
21 Jump Street (Brie Larson)
The Trail of the Moke Samuel Jackson
Formula 51 Samuel Jackson
Farscape Ben Medlesohn
Exodous God and King Ben Medlesohn
The Darkest Hour Ben Medlesohn
Midnight in Garden of Good and Evil Jude law