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Captain Marvel (2019) – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

by Amari


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Captain Marvel Ending Explained

Captain Marvel (2019) - Title Card alternate

With the discovery that the Skrull aren’t evil, but the Supreme AI simply doesn’t appreciate them rejecting their rule, Carol decides to switch sides. She also learns she isn’t the first one to do so for her mentor, Kree name Mar-Vell, also decided to turn her back on her own people. However, the problem with Mar-Vell doing so is she wanted to, with a tesseract, make it so Skrull technology would allow them to go light speed. Thus, after the Kree destroyed their homeworld, they could find and build up a new one. However, thanks to those like Yon-Rogg, that has remained a challenge for years.

But, now with Carol Danvers picking up where Mar-Vell left off, she seems to have taken the role of protecting the Skrull and helping them find a new home. Leading to her facing off against Yon-Rogg, who is the reason Mar-Vell is dead, but not killing him. If only so he can send a message back to the homeworld – a task he doesn’t commit to at all.

And with all Nick Fury has seen, including a cat which turns into a horrific monster, which caused him to lose sight in his eye, so begins The Avenger initiative named after Carol’s nickname.

Does Captain Marvel Have Sequel Potential?

The after credits scene shows her answering the pager she left Fury in the 90s and meeting Black Widow, Captain America, War Machine, and Hulk so yeah.

Question(s) Left Unanswered

  1. When Goose scratched Nick Fury, did it damage his eye, get it infected, or what? It’s not really said by any medical professional. Heck, it isn’t even clear if Fury saw a doctor at all.

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Unlike Wonder Woman for DC or even last year’s Black Panther, Captain Marvel enters the MCU in an uneventful way. Making you question if, as the leads of MCU films get more diverse, will it add a renewed sense of energy to the long-running franchise or will it continue to be formulaic?

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