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In Marvel’s “The Avengers,” the question of just how Captain America is relevant in today’s modern world was a recurring thought. The sequel to Captain America’s 2011 feature film, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” finally answers that question.

A common point of contrast between the films of comic book giants, Marvel and DC, is that the latter (“Man of Steel,” “The Dark Knight” trilogy) tend to be grim in tone and strip away whatever fantastic elements are deemed superfluous. However, Marvel revels in and embraces the madness of comic books, distilling it expertly to the big screen.

“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” straddles the line between the two, blurring the divide between the miraculous and the sinister.

Early on, the audience gets to see conflicting crime-fighting approaches between Captain America (Chris Evans), and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who is the Director of SHIELD, an intelligence agency in the film…

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