Captain America: The Winter Soldier

2014  136 MN


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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.

 Release Date

March 20, 2014


2h16m (136 min)

 Top Billed Cast

 Chris Evans
 Steve Rogers / Captain America
 Samuel L. Jackson
 Nick Fury
 Scarlett Johansson
 Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
 Robert Redford
 Alexander Pierce
 Sebastian Stan
 James "Bucky" Barnes / Winter Soldier
 Anthony Mackie
 Sam Wilson / Falcon

 Written by

Christopher Markus Screenplay
Stephen McFeely Screenplay
Ed Brubaker Characters



Chris Evans
  Steve Rogers / Captain America
Samuel L. Jackson
  Nick Fury
Scarlett Johansson
  Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow
Robert Redford
  Alexander Pierce
Sebastian Stan
  James "Bucky" Barnes / Winter Soldier
Anthony Mackie
  Sam Wilson / Falcon
Cobie Smulders
  Maria Hill
Frank Grillo
  Brock Rumlow
Maximiliano Hernández
  Jasper Sitwell
Emily VanCamp
  Sharon Carter / Agent 13
Hayley Atwell
  Peggy Carter
Toby Jones
  Dr. Arnim Zola
Stan Lee
  Smithsonian Guard
Callan Mulvey
  Jack Rollins
Jenny Agutter
  Councilwoman Hawley
Bernard White
  Councilman Singh
Alan Dale
  Councilman Rockwell
Chin Han
  Councilman Yen
Garry Shandling
  Senator Stern
Georges St-Pierre
  Georges Batroc
Salvator Xuereb
  French Pirate #1
Brian Duffy
  French Pirate #2
Zack Duhame
  Engine Pirate
Adetokumboh M'Cormack
  French Radio Pirate
Christopher George Sarris
  Skinny Steve
Aaron Himelstein
  Specialist Cameron Klein
Allan Chanes
  Launch Tech
Joe Russo
  Dr. Fine (as Gozie Agbo)
Christopher Markus
  SHIELD Interrogator #1
Stephen McFeely
  SHIELD Interrogator #2
Pat Healy
  Scientist #1
Ed Brubaker
  Scientist #2
D.C. Pierson
  Apple Employee
Danny Pudi
  Com Tech #1
Bernie Zilinskas
  Com Tech #2
Branka Katić
  Renata (as Branka Katic)
Angela Russo-Otstot
Jon Sklaroff
  Charlie XO
Chad Todhunter
  Charlie Weapons Tech
Abigail Marlowe
Jeremy Maxwell
  Lead SHIELD Pilot
Emerson Brooks
  Senior SHIELD Agent
Evan Parke
  SHIELD Agent
Ricardo Chacon
  Strike SGT. #1
Griffin M. Allen
  Strike SGT. #2
Ann Russo
  Strike Agent
Joe Rosalina
  Strike Agent
Michael Debeljak
  Strike Agent
Eddie J. Fernandez
  Strike Agent
Jody Hart
  25th Floor Strike Agent
Steven Culp
Derek Hughes
  Human Resources Executive
Wendy Hoopes
Ethan Rains
  Lead EMT
Dominic Rains
  CIA Instructor
Charles Wittman
  Capitol Hill Police
Andy Martinez, Jr.
  Capitol Hill Police
Michael De Geus
  FBI Agent
Terence O'Rourke
  FBI Agent
Anne Grimenstein
  Committee Member
Dante Rosalina
  Little Boy in the Smithsonian
Robert Clotworthy
  Fury Car Voice (voice)
Gary Sinise
  The Smithsonian Narrator (voice)
Dean Barlage
  SHIELD Agent (uncredited)
Henry Goodman
  Dr. List (uncredited)
Thomas Kretschmann
  Baron Wolfgang von Strucker (uncredited)
Aaron Taylor-Johnson
  Pietro Maximoff (uncredited)
Elizabeth Olsen
  Wanda Maximoff (uncredited)
June Christopher
  SHIELD Computer (voice)


Sarah Finn
Beat Frutiger
  Art Direction
Christopher Markus
Stephen McFeely
Kevin Ishioka
  Art Direction
Stan Lee
  Executive Producer
Kevin Feige
Leslie A. Pope
  Set Decoration
Thomas Valentine
  Supervising Art Director
Judianna Makovsky
  Costume Design
Daniel Sudick
  Special Effects Supervisor
Jeffrey Ford
Peter Wenham
  Production Design
Anthony Russo
Joe Russo
Gary Kosko
  Art Direction
Michael Grillo
  Executive Producer
Louis D'Esposito
  Executive Producer
Alan Fine
  Executive Producer
Victoria Alonso
  Executive Producer
Todd Rex
Allan A. Apone
  Makeup Department Head
Ed Brubaker
Henry Jackman
  Original Music Composer
Trent Opaloch
Russell Bobbitt
  Property Master
Nate Moore
Mitchell Bell
  Associate Producer
Amy Johnston
Stephen Christensen
  Art Direction
Lars P. Winther
  Associate Producer
Matthew Schmidt
Russell R. Anderson
Doug Crawford
G. Lynn Maughan
Carol Kiefer
  Art Department Coordinator
Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez
Randall D. Wilkins
  Set Designer
Russell Earl
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Peter G. Travers
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Bryan Grill
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Chris O'Connell
  Visual Effects Editor
Camille Friend
  Hair Department Head
Valentin Toncu
  Lighting Technician
Brian N. Bentley
Yan Zou
  Software Engineer
Wayne Jaworskyj
Dan DeLeeuw
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Andy Park
  Conceptual Illustrator


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Marvel non-stop action in DC
By Jack Anderson on August 4, 2019

Back in 2014, I saw this film with my girlfriend in the theater. I was so tired of walking around San Francisco that day that I literally slept during the film. I hated the character of Captain America. At the time, I had never seen the original film and did not know he was actually a frail guy that wanted to fight for his country and went through an experiment who made him strong. I missed that he started as a vulnerable person.
At the end, I really hated the film. The only part I liked was Cap and Black Widow in the Apple Store, that says a lot.

Five years later, I have seen all the precedent Marvel movies so far and the story makes perfect sense. (SPOILER ALERT). Discovering that the Winter Soldier is Bucky is only interesting if you have seen Captain America: The First Avenger.

The movie is simply filled with action from start to finish and I must say, watching it again five years after and being more opened, I really enjoyed it.

I give it 6 out of 10. Very good.


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.

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?


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


**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.




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.


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