I can't help but laugh at most of that trailer, with the CGI sickly version of the young Steve Roger (Chris Evans), one's eyes knows it not convincing (real annoying) at all. Wouldn't be surprised if we just witnessed the whole intro of the film here. Only one reason there's never been high-profile motion picture, till now, it still looks corny.
Given Chris Evans film track record (nothing but a beautiful body to look at), see if he can hold his own. As for the director, Joe Johnston's last decent film was Jurassic Park 3.
True, JP3 didn't have the scale, the chills or the wonder of the original, but is more fun as a thrill ride than its sequel predecessor. It had a somewhat different approach, the sole mission of recusing a lost kid, and it tried to be a somewhat believable story but in the end. I would rather watch JP 3 over the reboot of Clash of the Titans any day!
The plane crash was pretty cool, and finally the Pteranodons got there big screen time. I'm still pissed that T-Rex lost the battle =(
^I liked it more than Lost Word (the Book was sooooo much better)
The original JP was the best film by far but both 2 and 3 were just passable
Even though Spielberg forced (to put it lightly) Michael Crichton to write his first ever sequel for Jurassic Park (1990). I read that the novel in one day (I really enjoyed it) when it first came out in 1995. I loved the T-Rex's VS. Trailers part so much that I drew the sequence in storyboard form soon after I read it...
I drew those back in 1995, I was 17, and the film version was still two years away.
Truly the main highlight of the novel sequel was the camouflage Carnotaurus sequence, if that was included in the film version, it would (in my opinion) top the Velociraptors in the kitchen sequence in Jurassic Park for sure. Back on topic, I still think this Captain America will fall in the corny section of cinema. I never liked the comic book either, so you can see where this is going, LOL.