Captain America: The Winter Soldier

After the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers, Steve Rogers, aka Captain America is living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. Joining forces with the Black Widow, Captain America struggles to expose the ever-widening conspiracy while fighting off professional assassins sent to silence him at every turn. When the full scope of the villainous plot is revealed, Captain America and the Black Widow enlist the help of a new ally, the Falcon. However, they soon find themselves up against an unexpected and formidable enemy—the Winter Soldier.
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Film Cast:

  • Steve Rogers / Captain America: Chris Evans
  • Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow: Scarlett Johansson
  • James ‘Bucky’ Barnes / Winter Soldier: Sebastian Stan
  • Sam Wilson / Falcon: Anthony Mackie
  • Maria Hill: Cobie Smulders
  • Brock Rumlow: Frank Grillo
  • Sharon Carter: Emily VanCamp
  • Peggy Carter: Hayley Atwell
  • Alexander Pierce: Robert Redford
  • Nick Fury: Samuel L. Jackson
  • Dr. Arnim Zola: Toby Jones
  • Councilwoman Hawley: Jenny Agutter
  • Jasper Sitwell: Maximiliano Hernández
  • Georges Batroc: Georges St-Pierre
  • Jack Rollins: Callan Mulvey
  • Councilman Rockwell: Alan Dale
  • Councilman Yen: Chin Han
  • Councilman Singh: Bernard White
  • Senator Stern: Garry Shandling
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. Technician #1: Danny Pudi
  • Apple Store Employee: D.C. Pierson
  • Smithsonian Narrator (voice): Gary Sinise
  • Smithsonian Guard: Stan Lee
  • Scientist #2: Ed Brubaker
  • Dr. Fine: Joe Russo
  • SHIELD Interrogator #1: Christopher Markus
  • SHIELD Interrogator #2: Stephen McFeely
  • French Pirate #1: Salvator Xuereb
  • French Pirate #2: Brian Duffy
  • Engine Pirate: Zack Duhame
  • French Radio Pirate: Adetokumboh M’Cormack
  • Skinny Steve: Christopher George Sarris
  • Specialist Cameron Klein: Aaron Himelstein
  • Launch Tech: Allan Chanes
  • Scientist #1: Pat Healy
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. Technician #2: Bernie Zilinskas
  • Renata: Branka Katić
  • Garcia: Angela Russo-Otstot
  • Charlie XO: Jon Sklaroff
  • Charlie Weapons Tech: Chad Todhunter
  • SHIELD Tech: Abigail Marlowe
  • Lead SHIELD Pilot: Jeremy Maxwell
  • Senior SHIELD Agent: Emerson Brooks
  • SHIELD Agent: Evan Parke
  • Strike SGT. #1: Ricardo Chacon
  • Strike SGT. #2: Griffin M. Allen
  • Strike Agent: Ann Russo
  • Strike Agent: Joe Rosalina
  • Strike Agent: Michael Debeljak
  • Strike Agent: Eddie J. Fernandez
  • 25th Floor Strike Agent: Jody Hart
  • Scudder: Steven Culp
  • Human Resources Executive: Derek Hughes
  • Doctor: Wendy Hoopes
  • Lead EMT: Ethan Rains
  • CIA Instructor: Dominic Rains
  • Capitol Hill Police: Charles Wittman
  • Capitol Hill Police: Andy Martinez, Jr.
  • FBI Agent: Michael De Geus
  • FBI Agent: Terence O’Rourke
  • SHIELD Agent: Dean Barlage
  • Committee Member: Anne Grimenstein
  • Little Boy in the Smithsonian: Dante Rosalina
  • Fury Car Voice (voice): Robert Clotworthy
  • SHIELD Computer (voice): June Christopher
  • Dr. List (uncredited): Henry Goodman
  • Baron Wolfgang von Strucker (uncredited): Thomas Kretschmann
  • Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch (uncredited): Elizabeth Olsen
  • Committee General (uncredited): Nestor Serrano
  • Pietro Maximoff / Quicksilver (uncredited): Aaron Taylor-Johnson
  • Museum Visitor (uncredited): Joel Thingvall

Film Crew:

  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tom Johnson
  • Casting: Sarah Halley Finn
  • Art Direction: Beat Frutiger
  • “C” Camera Operator: Jacques Haitkin
  • Screenplay: Christopher Markus
  • Screenplay: Stephen McFeely
  • Art Direction: Kevin Ishioka
  • Sound Effects Editor: Richard Hymns
  • Executive Producer: Stan Lee
  • Producer: Kevin Feige
  • Set Decoration: Leslie A. Pope
  • ADR Mixer: Doc Kane
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Shannon Mills
  • Foley Editor: Dee Selby
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Juan Peralta
  • Production Manager: Helen Pollak
  • Dolly Grip: Tim Collins
  • Supervising Art Director: Thomas Valentine
  • Costume Design: Judianna Makovsky
  • Second Assistant Camera: Terry Wolcott
  • Set Designer: Richard F. Mays
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Daniel Sudick
  • Editor: Jeffrey Ford
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Daniel Laurie
  • Production Design: Peter Wenham
  • “B” Camera Operator: Ian Fox
  • Director: Anthony Russo
  • Director: Joe Russo
  • Art Direction: Gary Kosko
  • Music Supervisor: Dave Jordan
  • Executive Producer: Michael Grillo
  • Executive Producer: Louis D’Esposito
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Igor Meglic
  • Unit Production Manager: JoAnn Perritano
  • Executive Producer: Alan Fine
  • Executive Producer: Victoria Alonso
  • Graphic Designer: Susan A. Burig
  • Second Assistant Director: Brian Relyea
  • Set Designer: Paul Sonski
  • Pilot: Al Cerullo
  • Aerial Director of Photography: Michael Kelem
  • Aerial Coordinator: Kevin LaRosa
  • Sculptor: Todd Rex
  • Makeup Department Head: Allan A. Apone
  • Second Unit Director: Spiro Razatos
  • Characters: Ed Brubaker
  • “B” Camera Operator: Kent Harvey
  • VFX Director of Photography: Nicole Hirsch Whitaker
  • Original Music Composer: Henry Jackman
  • Epk Producer: Brad Baruh
  • Director of Photography: Trent Opaloch
  • Property Master: Russell Bobbitt
  • Co-Producer: Nate Moore
  • Concept Artist: Tim Flattery
  • Casting Associate: Tamara Hunter
  • Associate Producer: Mitchell Bell
  • Stunts: Amy Johnston
  • Set Dresser: Geoffrey Nightingale
  • Art Direction: Stephen Christensen
  • Chief Lighting Technician: Jeff Murrell
  • Sound Effects Editor: David Acord
  • Makeup Artist: Katrina Francis
  • Set Dresser: Lance R. Walters
  • Set Dresser: Thomas F. Kelly
  • Key Makeup Artist: Dennis Liddiard
  • Costume Supervisor: Nick Scarano
  • Set Designer: Jann K. Engel
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Rene Sekula
  • Senior Visual Effects Supervisor: Vincent Cirelli
  • Key Costumer: Kim M. Holly
  • Foley Artist: Dan O’Connell
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Florian Gellinger
  • Dialogue Editor: Matthew Hartman
  • First Assistant Director: Lars P. Winther
  • Foley Artist: Sean England
  • Dialogue Editor: Kim Foscato
  • Editor: Matthew Schmidt
  • Leadman: Russell R. Anderson
  • Propmaker: Doug Crawford
  • Propmaker: G. Lynn Maughan
  • Art Department Coordinator: Carol Kiefer
  • Sculptor: Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez
  • Script Supervisor: Trisha Burton
  • Script Supervisor: Kerry Lyn McKissick
  • Set Designer: Aric Cheng
  • Boom Operator: Randall L. Johnson
  • Foley Artist: John T. Cucci
  • Set Designer: Anshuman Prasad
  • Set Designer: Randall D. Wilkins
  • Set Designer: Mike Stassi
  • Set Designer: Barbara Mesney
  • “A” Camera Operator: Maurice K. McGuire
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Alessandro Cioffi
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Russell Earl
  • Costumer: Tiffany Busche
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Allison Paul
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Peter G. Travers
  • Costumer: Jay Cheng
  • Makeup Artist: Heba Thorisdottir
  • Set Decorating Coordinator: Nancy A. King
  • Key Costumer: Bob Moore Jr.
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jeremy Bowker
  • Visual Effects Producer: Thomas Nittmann
  • Visual Effects Editor: George McCarthy
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Edson Williams
  • VFX Supervisor: Stephen Lawes
  • Costumer: Laura Hodges
  • Underwater Director of Photography: Pete Romano
  • Sound Designer: David C. Hughes
  • Set Costumer: Valentina Aulisi
  • Key Costumer: Paul Corricelli
  • Still Photographer: Zade Rosenthal
  • Costumer: Steve Constancio
  • Construction Coordinator: John H. Samson
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Chris Cavanaugh
  • Sound Effects Editor: Ken Fischer
  • Visual Effects Editor: Danny Rafic
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Bryan Grill
  • Costumer: Askia Won-Ling Jacob
  • Supervising Music Editor: Steve Durkee
  • Aerial Director of Photography: David B. Nowell
  • Visual Effects Producer: Winston Helgason
  • Visual Effects Producer: Robert E. Evans
  • Aerial Director of Photography: Steve Koster
  • Foley Supervisor: Nia Hansen
  • Sound Effects Editor: Josh Gold
  • Visual Effects Producer: Jonathan Harb
  • Visual Effects Editor: Kosta Saric
  • Visual Effects Producer: Robert Pinnow
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Votch Levi
  • VFX Artist: Casey Allen
  • CG Supervisor: Pavel Pranevsky
  • “D” Camera Operator: Henry Tirl
  • First Assistant Editor: Thomas Calderon
  • Key Hair Stylist: Yvette Stone
  • Key Costumer: Scott R. Hankins
  • Hairstylist: Barbara Cantu
  • Visual Effects Editor: Chris O’Connell
  • Rigging Gaffer: Dennis J. Lootens
  • Sound Effects Editor: J.R. Grubbs
  • Visual Effects Editor: Jenni O’Byrne
  • CG Supervisor: Daniel Pearson
  • Costumer: Carrie Arakaki
  • Sound Designer: Al Nelson
  • Set Decoration Buyer: Samuel J. Tell
  • Costumer: Gia Jimenez
  • Hair Department Head: Camille Friend
  • CG Supervisor: Pauline Duvall
  • Costumer: Branden Marks
  • Gaffer: Michael Ambrose
  • CG Supervisor: Harry Mukhopadhyay
  • “B” Camera Operator: Onofrio Nino Pansini
  • Hairstylist: Jeri Baker
  • VFX Artist: Jay Grunfeld
  • Sound Re-Recording Assistant: Stephen Urata
  • Hairstylist: Sherri Bramlett
  • Electrician: Patrick Hoeschen
  • Greensman: Steve Sickle
  • Digital Intermediate: Bob Schneider
  • Lighting Technician: Valentin Toncu
  • Compositors: Brian N. Bentley
  • Compositing Supervisor: Stefano Trivelli
  • Software Engineer: Yan Zou
  • Stereoscopic Editor: Michael Buck
  • Compositors: Wayne Jaworskyj
  • Compositing Supervisor: Matthew Kemper
  • Storyboard Artist: Philip Keller
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Hui Ling Chang
  • 3D Artist: Michael DeBeer
  • Best Boy Grip: Dana Baker
  • Key Rigging Grip: Rick Harris
  • Rigging Grip: Steele Hunter
  • Key Grip: Les T. Tomita
  • Rigging Grip: Michael Anthony Travers
  • Costumer: John Voght
  • Set Designer: David Moreau
  • Visual Effects Editor: Maura Hogan
  • Armorer: Larry Zanoff
  • Hairstylist: Louisa V. Anthony
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Pablo Borges
  • Wigmaker: Bob Kretschmer
  • Casting Assistant: Jason B. Stamey
  • Armorer: Ron Licari
  • Dialogue Editor: Christopher Barnett
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Rene Grasser
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Marie Rheinschild-Jordan
  • Hairstylist: Nancy Keslar
  • Production Coordinator: Jenny Sandell
  • Production Supervisor: Jason Tamez
  • Hairstylist: Lydia Bensimmon
  • Costumer: Katie Howard
  • Rigging Grip: Mike Tenerelli
  • Armorer: Russell Cannon
  • Key Makeup Artist: Lisa Rocco
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Ray Milazzo
  • Costumer: Cookie Lopez
  • Rigging Grip: Jose F. Barrios
  • Sound Mixer: Petur Hliddal
  • Camera Operator: Brian S. Osmond
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Taylor Matheson
  • CG Artist: Robert Zeltsch
  • Rigging Grip: Richard Crompton
  • Animation Supervisor: Bernd Angerer
  • Electrician: Shawn Duchscherer
  • Production Supervisor: Elona Tsou
  • Foley Artist: Ronni Brown
  • Production Controller: Sheilah Sullivan
  • First Assistant Camera: Tom Cherry
  • Storyboard Artist: Darrin Denlinger
  • Set Decoration Buyer: Helen Kozora
  • Armorer: Hayden Bilson
  • Animation Supervisor: Simone Kraus Townsend
  • Visual Effects Producer: Jen Underdahl
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Dan DeLeeuw
  • Costumer: Cesha Ventre
  • Set Dresser: Christopher Casey
  • Set Dresser: David Ladish
  • Set Dresser: Matthew Kern Atzenhoffer
  • Unit Publicist: John M. Pisani
  • CG Supervisor: Richard Sutherland
  • CG Artist: David Salamon
  • Concept Artist: James Carson
  • Key Grip: Peter Chrimes
  • Production Accountant: Richard Castro
  • Key Grip: Edward Hohman
  • Production Coordinator: May Tam
  • Production Manager: Jason Pomerantz
  • CG Supervisor: Adrian Corsei
  • Lighting Programmer: Scott Barnes
  • Video Assist Operator: Jesse Olivares
  • Second Unit First Assistant Director: Nick Satriano
  • Set Designer: Julien Pougnier
  • ADR Voice Casting: Johnny Gidcomb
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Geoffrey Baumann
  • Stereoscopic Editor: Adam Kimmerlin
  • Concept Artist: Jamie Rama
  • Property Master: Robert Sica
  • Standby Painter: Andrew P. Flores
  • Key Costumer: Timothy A. Wonsik
  • Camera Operator: Adam N. White
  • Makeup Artist: Doug Fairall
  • First Assistant Camera: Louie DeMarco
  • Dolly Grip: James D. Wickman
  • Costumer: Rebecca DeNoewer
  • Production Coordinator: Jenny Fumarolo
  • Pilot: Frédéric North
  • Standby Painter: Tim Ackers
  • Second Assistant “C” Camera: John Garrett
  • Set Dresser: Rick Glenn
  • 2D Supervisor: Alexandre Cancado
  • Set Dresser: Jefferson Murff
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Andy Park
  • Aerial Coordinator: Cory Fleming
  • Best Boy Electric: Paul Howard
  • Second Assistant Director: Greg Hale
  • Hairstylist: Scott H. Reeder
  • Set Dresser: Perry Batchelor
  • Assistant Property Master: Christian Snell
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Milan Janicin
  • Assistant Property Master: Jim Stubblefield
  • Epk Camera Operator: Sean Ricigliano
  • Second Assistant Camera: Travis Cleary
  • Key Costumer: Sanford Slepak
  • Digital Intermediate Editor: Carrie Oliver
  • Dolly Grip: Alan Shultz
  • Stunts: Daniel Hargrave
  • Second Assistant Camera: Colleen Mleziva
  • Set Designer: Kate Dougherty
  • CG Supervisor: Jose Burgos
  • Hairstylist: Deborah Lilly
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Katrissa ‘Kat’ Peterson
  • Art Department Coordinator: Deborah Marsh
  • Dolly Grip: Jack Glenn
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Sam Gutentag
  • CG Supervisor: Greg Kegel
  • Travel Coordinator: Roxann Langlois
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Rodney Fuentebella
  • Rigging Grip: Jason Jouver
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Ryan Nguyen
  • Gaffer: Don Aros
  • Makeup Department Head: Brad Look
  • Dailies Operator: John St. Laurent
  • Costumer: Nisa Kellner
  • Extras Casting: Maryellen Aviano
  • CG Artist: Nando Stille
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Brandon Brocker
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Monty Granito
  • Foley Mixer: Corey Tyler
  • Ager/Dyer: Katy Johnson
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Melissa Beery
  • Makeup Artist: Carol S. Federman
  • Set Dresser: Jack Cornelius
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Mark Santoni
  • Costumer: Michelle Liu
  • Best Boy Electric: Chris Milani
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Katherine Farrar
  • Set Decoration Buyer: Roxy Toporowych
  • Sequence Supervisor: H Haden Hammond
  • Compositing Supervisor: François Lambert
  • First Assistant Camera: Jerry Patton
  • Second Assistant “A” Camera: Roger Wall
  • Sound Re-Recording Assistant: Bonnie Wild
  • Set Dresser: Samuel Noel
  • Rigging Grip: David Pipik
  • Storyboard Artist: Richard Bennett
  • Construction Foreman: Jeffrey McMahon
  • Music Coordinator: Margaret Gardner
  • Electrician: Danny Gonzalez
  • Animation Supervisor: Steve Rawlins
  • Compositing Supervisor: Brian Connor
  • Concept Artist: Christopher S. Ross
  • Second Unit First Assistant Director: Douglas Plasse
  • Rigging Grip: Ignacio Woolfolk
  • Second Assistant “B” Camera: Thomas A. Barrios
  • CG Supervisor: Simon Ohler
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: James Ledwell
  • First Assistant Camera: Kiely Cronin
  • Second Assistant “B” Camera: Matt Fortlage
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Russell Lum
  • Set Dresser: Steve Pfauter
  • VFX Artist: Leon Nowlin
  • Key Rigging Grip: Joe Kurtz
  • Rigging Grip: Andrew Sykes
  • Matte Painter: Juan Pablo Monroy
  • CG Supervisor: Scott Younkin
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Lisa Marra
  • CG Supervisor: Craig Wentworth
  • CG Supervisor: Tim Belsher
  • Visual Effects Producer: Danielle Kinsey
  • Makeup Artist: Lorraine DeArmott-Boushell
  • Set Dresser: Michael Vojvoda
  • Prop Maker: Chris Fix
  • CG Artist: David Schulz
  • Production Secretary: Celina Barnette
  • VFX Artist: Lauren Hulsey
  • Second Assistant Camera: Liam Sinnott
  • Compositing Supervisor: Jared Simeth
  • Sequence Supervisor: Keegan Douglas
  • Rigging Grip: Michael Strong
  • Stereoscopic Editor: Julian Andraus
  • CG Supervisor: Jean Lapointe
  • Costumer: Jessica Posada
  • First Assistant Accountant: Jeffrey Neumeier
  • Second Assistant Director: Jayson Merrill
  • Production Assistant: Trinh Tran
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Hector Padilla
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Evan Fraser
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Kevin C. Potter
  • Hair Department Head: Sheila Cyphers-Leake
  • Second Assistant “C” Camera: Andrew Crankshaw
  • Makeup Artist: Gina W. Bateman
  • Set Dresser: Joe Pfaltzgraf
  • First Assistant Accountant: Michelle A. De Mayo
  • Digital Intermediate Editor: Tashi Trieu
  • CG Artist: Andreas Giesen
  • Set Costumer: Karen Young
  • Animation Supervisor: Raphael A. Pimentel
  • Tailor: Luis Jiminez
  • ADR Recordist: Jeannette Browning
  • Production Secretary: Chris S. Bryant
  • Visual Effects Producer: Pierre Nobile
  • Visual Effects Producer: Jeanie King
  • Assistant Director: Arianna Singhania
  • Modeling: Dirk Mauche
  • Visual Effects Producer: Franzisca Puppe
  • Rigging Gaffer: Mark Hutchings
  • Rigging Grip: Jeremy Griffiths
  • Modelling Supervisor: Joel Kittle
  • CG Supervisor: Paul Ghezzo
  • CG Supervisor: Andy Zazzera
  • Best Boy Grip: Carl Hamilton
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Lisa Brodie
  • First Assistant “C” Camera: Simon Jarvis
  • Set Dresser: Eugene Doyle
  • Set Dresser: Josh Drylie
  • Main Title Designer: Erin Sarofsky
  • Production Coordinator: Sara Bartkiewicz
  • Libra Head Technician: Jason Hibarger
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Josh Nizzi
  • Digital Compositor: Chris Wood
  • Compositing Supervisor: Oliver Hohn
  • Matte Painter: Andreas Wiget
  • Compositing Supervisor: Ryan Trippensee
  • Second Assistant Camera: Michael Wooten
  • Hairstylist: Gregory Bazemore
  • Makeup Artist: Grace Czarny
  • Ager/Dyer: Maria J. Smith-Byrd
  • Costumer: Patrick Rogers
  • Key Costumer: Kim Andrews
  • Tailor: Juan Carlos Jimenez
  • Tailor: Raymond Zander II
  • Tailor: Mary F. Miles
  • Armorer: John Welch
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Andrew Kim
  • Construction Buyer: Joseph Braus
  • Greensman: Chris Gardner
  • Prop Maker: Chris Bergin
  • Set Dresser: Corey Gomez
  • Set Dresser: Steven Hull
  • Set Dresser: Mike Lequerica
  • Set Dresser: Paul Mcduffee
  • Standby Painter: Jeffrey Jenkins
  • Best Boy Electric: Theodore J. Ayd
  • Best Boy Grip: Michael Hester
  • Dolly Grip: Jason Tomlins
  • Electrician: Greg Reyher
  • First Assistant Camera: Jack Ellingwood
  • First Assistant Camera: John Burke
  • Libra Head Technician: Adam Austin
  • Lighting Technician: Casey Coles
  • Lighting Technician: Bavand Karim
  • Rigging Grip: Eddie Griffiths
  • Rigging Grip: Dustin Hiniker
  • Rigging Grip: Andrew Kerwin Osorio
  • Rigging Grip: Charles ‘Woody’ Lang
  • Rigging Grip: Jim LaVerde
  • Rigging Grip: Kevin Enright Jr.
  • Rigging Grip: Ted Wiegand
  • Second Assistant “C” Camera: Dawn Nakamura
  • Techno Crane Operator: Derlin Brynford-Jones
  • Video Assist Operator: Alfred Ainsworth Jr.
  • Colorist: Erik K. Haase
  • Digital Intermediate Assistant: Ron Leidelmeijer
  • Foley Recordist: Greg J. Peterson
  • Utility Sound: Paul Flinton
  • 3D Animator: Shige Mizoi
  • 3D Artist: John Singer
  • Visual Effects Art Director: Ara Devejian
  • CG Artist: Carl Albrecht
  • Digital Compositor: Jiacheng Xu
  • Digital Compositor: Evelyn Schunn
  • VFX Lighting Artist: Julian Fitzpatrick
  • Matte Painter: Alan Sonneman
  • Matte Painter: Meike Deutscher
  • Matte Painter: Tuan Ho
  • Matte Painter: Brian Meanly
  • VFX Artist: Stefan Bozinovski
  • VFX Artist: Komal Dogra
  • VFX Artist: Rajnish Kumar
  • VFX Artist: Joshua Quiambao
  • VFX Artist: Tushar Sonker
  • VFX Artist: Alexander Ware
  • VFX Artist: Rachel Choi
  • VFX Artist: Julianne Dome
  • VFX Artist: Jennifer Kennedy
  • VFX Artist: Brian Ross
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Donna Cullen
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Denise Tam
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jennie Elliott
  • Visual Effects Producer: J.R. Tuason
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Michael Chan
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Zuben Saldanha
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Stéphan Kosinski
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: David Casey
  • Production Accountant: Kathy Mattes
  • Production Secretary: Adrian Spencer
  • Receptionist: Ashley Green
  • Receptionist: Chloe Sesta-Jacobs
  • Studio Teacher: Gabriella Sagnes

Movie Reviews:

  • Raquel98: This movie is very good I loved it so much.
  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: This is indeed a great piece of superhero entertainment. If superheroes and action, plenty of action, is within your sphere of interest then this movie truly delivers. There is even a story to support the stunts and special effects fireworks that is not too shabby. As a matter of fact, for being a Marvel-based movie, the story is more than acceptable.

    As the blurb states, our hero is meeting a few adaptation issues after having been awaken into the modern world. Luckily the movie do not fall into the trap of making some silly comedy out of it but keeps these parts at a reasonable level where it stays funny without ruining the movie or disrupting the pace of the real story.

    The story? Simple and not very original with the usual slew of traitors strewn about, you cannot trust anyone, our hero becomes a fugitive etc etc bla bla bla. It is however a pretty straightforward one which works quite well and is not getting bogged down in silly emotions and general idiotic behavior by our hero like for instance several instalments of Spider Man have done. Actually this is one thing that I really like with this movie. The hero is a true hero from start to finish without any of that modern Hollywood crap where the hero must be tarnished in one way or another to satisfy the directors and producers.

    As I wrote above if you like superhero action movies then there is little not to like with this one. Acceptable story, plenty of action, good special effects, a cool chick (hey I am but an ordinary male, I like female actors in tight costumes) and a clear hero. None of the actors are really doing a bad job of it and in general the acting is as good as one can expect when portraying characters that, after all, are be totally ludicrous in real life. Its 8 out of 10 rating at IMDb (at the time of writing this) is well deserved. I am astonished that some people seem to have voted it down with a one star rating. It is a Marvel-based movie. You might feel it is more or less good but the style of the movie should not really be a major surprise to anyone and there is no way in hell that it deserves a one star rating unless someone really watched the wrong movie by accident.

  • Andres Gomez: Put *a little* bit of brain in a superhero’s movie script and you will have everybody talking wonders about it.

    This is not a bad movie but neither astonishing. Fun and entertaining and with great FX, as expected.

  • Grant English: The Winter Soldier has all the action, quirky one-liners, and bold adventure that we have come to expect of a Marvel movie.

    Plus we get introduced to a new/old villain as well as some fun romantic tension between Steve Rogers (Captain America) and Natasha Romanoff (The Black Widow). (Scarlett Johansson is perfect in this role.)

    But this film also has some minor irritations all stemming from Marvel’s tendency to make _Captain America_ more complicated than it really needs to be.

    MINOR SPOILER ALERT:
    1. The love story/non-story. Is this necessary? Will the Captain remain faithful to a 80 year-old woman on her deathbed OR engage in a date with his next door neighbor? Plus the tension between him and Natasha Romanoff is intense. This comes off as forced, awkward, and pointless.

    2. “The deception goes deeper than you can imagine. You can’t trust anybody.” It’s this way every time so it should no longer be a surprise.

    3. He’s dead but not really. Not him, the other him. Well…they both were dead – not really – but now they are both alive. But one of them can’t remember who he really is. In this film we get to do this with two characters instead of one. It’s not a huge distraction but why does Marvel keep returning to this plot line?

    END OF MINOR SPOILER ALERT

    The Winter Soldier is best when Rogers and Romanoff are on the move trying to put the pieces of the puzzle together. The explosions are nice, the action scenes are intense but the real enjoyment of the film is where skill and wits are relied on more than gadgets and explosions.

    Patriotism is a bit more nuanced this time around and it’s better for it. The cast is great, no awkward acting moments to report. It’s a great summer flick with all the action you want.

  • John Chard: Till the end of the road.

    Stonking! Now this is more like it, after the disappointments that have been Iron Man 2 and Thor 2, Captain America gets a sequel of substance and sparks. It manages to blend everything required to make a great superhero film, lashings of derring-do heroics, action bonanza, adventure, some sexy sizzle and of course the key, a story with brains and mystery elements.

    True enough to say that the considerable contributions of Black Widow and Falcon (and Nick Fury of course) keeps this as a lively Avengers spin-off movie, which is no bad thing at all, but it’s still the Captain who dominates things, marking himself out as a viable main man. In fact the whole film has the old school comic book feel, yes there’s the grandiose pyrotechnics – unsurprisingly amped up for the big finale, but there’s an adherence to serial thriller conventions that is, well, rather warm and comforting.

    With the Captain getting some surprising amount of emotional depth and humanity courtesy of the perfectly cast Chris Evans, the viewers have much to care about. Themes of Bondian world domination and global security crisis keep things nice and fanciful, while the unheralded work by the effects guys is modern cinematic art. There’s some adherence to genre formula, and a bit of Marvel universe copy-catting going on, but this is one of the best films from the Marvel stable. A rich sequel indeed – more Captain America please. 9/10

  • Gimly: **A long format review from 2014**

    Misleadingly, the titular Winter Soldier is essentially a minor subplot in what is more of an espionage-technoir-thriller meets spectacle-epic than your typical super hero film. The real meat of the movie, thankfully, has some more substance behind it. Though it wouldn’t surprise me if we learn later that Sebastian Stan’s villain was forced to take a back seat via last minute script changes à la Hawkeye in _The Avengers_.

    These things are of course a matter of opinion, and I’d like to watch _Winter Soldier_ at least once more (particularly in 2D… God do I ever hate 3D) before committing to any particular ranking. But even without that, I feel confident in saying it’s the best MCU Phase 2 film to date. We must await _Guardians of The Galaxy_ and _Age of Ultron_ before cementing that little award, but I’d say that it stands at the very least above _Iron Man 3_ and _The Dark World_.

    I always try to keep my reviews spoiler free, but being that in most parts of the world it isn’t out yet, I’ll be extra careful to do so with this one. This makes talking about _Winter Soldier_ on its own merits difficult, but there are certainly a few things that can be said.

    Chris Evans (Cap’), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) and to a slightly lesser extent. Anthonie Mackie (Falcon) rule the film, and do so without any shortcomings. That’s not to say that they couldn’t physically have done any better, but their roles were all seamless as far as my blurred vision could tell, which is not an accolade I’d often give.

    Where _The Dark World_ was simply a holding pattern for Thor with some very pretty pictures, _Iron Man 3_ and _The Winter Soldier_ went out and took some actual risks in their stories. But unlike _Iron Man 3’s_, Winter Soldier’s risks have (to its eternal credit) been universally well received.

    Directors Joe and Anthony Russo also managed to cameo a couple of Community alumni, which will never be a bad thing in my eyes, even if they’re just one-off, throwaway jokes.

    As I said, I really feel I need to give _The Winter Soldier_ at the very least one more screening before I feel totally confident in my thoughts about it.

    But the fact that I’m really fucking excited for that second viewing speaks in its favour if nothing else does.

    86%

    _-Gimly_

  • tmdb44006625: Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens up with an action sequence that’s better than most action movie climaxes. It then sets up a really intriguing story before launching into one of the most suspenseful car chases since the Simpson/Bruckheimer 90s era. After that it’s scene after scene of amazing action coupled with a complex story about heroes and villains being caught in a system that is too big to bring down, unless you’re as good and level headed as Steve Rogers.

    This isn’t just a great comic book movie. It’s a great movie; period. Using a spy thriller style mixed with martial arts and gunplay, set to the perfect music score, I would rank The Winter Soldier as one of my favourite action films hands down.

  • JPV852: Third time seeing this and still a fantastic all-around film, not just a comic book movie either. Briskly paced and a great complex story, this is a Marvel movie that felt complete from beginning to end, and actually advanced the universe so well. Chris Evans continues to embody the role and nice to see Scarlett Johansson given more to do (up to the point of this film’s release) than in Iron Man 2 or The Avengers. **4.75/5**

    I probably rate this right alongside The Dark Knight amongst comic book movies and, saying this as a DC fan, perhaps edges out TDK (though could easily seeing roles reversed once I re-watch that one).

  • r96sk: Entertaining!

    ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ makes for an enjoyable flick. Chris Evans does great work as the lead character, while Scarlett Johansson gives her most fun to watch performance in the MCU up until this point; it would’ve been great if she had such a role pre-‘The Avengers’, so she wouldn’t have felt so out of place to me in that.

    Anthony Mackie and Robert Redford are notable in their respective roles, as is Sebastian Stan – even if, to be honest, his character’s connection with the lead didn’t quite hit as hard as the film attempts – at least for me. I didn’t really believe how his character came about and how Barnes acts throughout, Stan does well though. Samuel L. Jackson is also good.

    Everything else is exactly what you’d expect from a film of this size. Great effects, entertaining action and a satisfying story. Very good, all in all.

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