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It’s 1995, and there’s a war in space. The shape-shifting Skrulls battle their mortal enemies, the proud and forceful Kree. Human-Kree hybrid Carol Danvers is caught right in the middle. The former Air Force pilot, played by Oscar-winner Brie Larson (Room), ends up as one of the most powerful warriors fighting alongside the Kree. When she comes to Earth in pursuit of a Skrull force, Carol begins to question who she is. Where did she come from? Why does she keep having memories of a past life? And how did an Earth woman end up in space?

As Captain Marvel, Carol is one of the most powerful heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Captain Marvel tells her story, and explains how Carol met Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) long before he ran S.H.I.E.L.D. The flashback story sets up Captain Marvel to make a heroic entrance in Avengers: Endgame, in which she may be the essential element that allows the Avengers to defeat Thanos.


  • Brie Larson
  • Samuel L. Jackson
  • Ben Mendelsohn
  • Djimon Hounsou
  • Lee Pace
  • Lashana Lynch
  • Gemma Chan
  • Clark Gregg
  • Jude Law
  • Annette Bening

Atom User Reviews

4.5 out of 5
Verified Review

Leaving out the drama of how a few men are still bothered... I truly enjoyed this movie. I think many people are upset that the strongest avenger currently is a woman. This is coming from a 26 year old man lol

Ismael G
Verified Review

Movie led up to the hype, post credit got me ready for endgame

Shawn M


Mar 6, 2019

The best reason to see the movie is Larson, who showed how terrific she could be in Short Term 12 and Room as women whose ways of fighting back were frustratingly earthbound.

Metacritic review by David Edelstein
David Edelstein
New York Magazine (Vulture)
Mar 6, 2019

This shiny and progressive and golly-gee packaging misrepresents how Captain Marvel made its way into the world, and what it is actually about. Namely: money, the easy exploitation of intellectual-property, artistic conformity and queasy politics that undermine whatever liberal notions it’s peddling.

Metacritic review by Barry Hertz
Barry Hertz
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Mar 6, 2019

So why does Captain Marvel feel like a bit of a disappointment? It’s fine and often quite funny. It fits securely within the MCU but also functions sufficiently as a stand-alone entity. But the character, and the tremendous actress playing her in Oscar-winner Brie Larson, deserved more than fine.

Metacritic review by Christy Lemire
Christy Lemire