Early Buzz For Captain America: “Weighty and Substantial.”

The movie doesn’t open until tomorrow, but here’s an advance review from the Associated Press (via @WashPo):

“Captain America: The First Avenger” — The last Marvel Comics setup for next summer’s all-star blockbuster “The Avengers” finds Chris Evans starring as the World War II fighting hero. Evans brings an earnest dignity and intelligence to the role of Steve Rogers, a scrawny kid from Brooklyn with dreams of military glory.

But scientist Abraham Erskine (Stanley Tucci) sees something special in him and enlists him for a daring experiment. Through some high-tech injections, Steve is transformed into a supersoldier known as Captain America. But he isn’t the only one who’s juicing: Hugo Weaving plays the former Nazi leader Johann Schmidt, aka Red Skull, who’s formed his own splinter group and built some intimidating weapons. Director Joe Johnston’s film feels weighty and substantial, even in 3-D, and it has a beautiful, sepia-toned, art-deco look about it.

Read the full review.

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