This image released by Marvel shows Anthony Mackie in a scene from the film, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." (AP Photo/Marvel-Disney)
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NEW YORK: For the latest Marvel release, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," most fan boys might prefer a Consumer Reports-style product review.The earlier "Captain America: First Avenger" was a mostly clever period film, set in the '40s and awash with a charming WWII thriller nostalgia.Fittingly, Marvel has attracted the default hero of such films, Robert Redford.It's in this way that Marvel films use a complicated current-events issue -- NSA-like spying -- to feign contemporary relevance.Like Jackson, he lends a gravitas to the film that it perhaps doesn't quite deserve.The characters are spread across so many movies that you'd need a detective's cork board to keep it straight."Captain America: The Winter Soldier," a Walt Disney release, is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for "intense sequences of violence, gunplay and action throughout".
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