Films for the hearing impaired.
Science fiction films.
Action and adventure films.
Good and evil
Fury, Nick (Fictitious character)
Incredible Hulk (Fictitious character)
America, Captain (Fictitious character)
Iron Man (Fictitious character)
Avengers (Fictitious characters)
From Library Staff
CAPTAIN AMERICA, THE WINTER SOLDIER is the latest installment in the Marvel franchise. While you wait, try this epic mash-up of all your favorite superheroes including Captain America.
The blockbuster that solidified Whedon's mass appeal. We look forward to the sequel, Age of Ultron.
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SummaryAdd a Summary
Loki (Thor's brother) and his alien army attacks earth, the Avengers (Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Hawkeye, Iron Man, and Black Widow) must join together and defeat him.
SHIELD director Nick Fury assembles together Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Captain America when Thor's brother and enemy Loki launches an attack on Earth. With an ensemble cast led by Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, this movie marks film history as it unites four of the world's mightiest of heroes of all time.
NoticesAdd a Notice
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Quite a bit of frightening scenes not recommended for younger children
Violence: Quite violent as it is a dramatic war movie
Coarse Language: Uses coarse language but not too bad
Coarse Language: Uses explicit terms that are not for people to hear ages 9 and below.
Coarse Language: It uses quite a bit of language. Not for the younger ones to hear
Violence: some action/violence but nothing 2 bad
Coarse Language: Only used when absolutly neccessary.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There is a lot of fighting, but it's a super hero movie and all super hero movies do.
QuotesAdd a Quote
Tony Stark: "That man is playing Gallaga. Thought we wouldn't notice, but, we did. How does Fury even see these?"
Woman: "He turns."
Stark: "Sounds exhausting."
Loki: "... and then to be reminded of what real power is."
Nick Fury: "Well let me know if "real power" wants a magazine or something."
Thor: "I have unfinished business with Loki."
Hawkeye: "Then get in line."
As Loki's coming out of his cell, Thor sees him and, yelling, hurls himself at Loki. Loki stiffens and Thor goes right through him. As the door automatically closes, Loki says "Are you ever NOT going to fall for that?"
Loki stiffens and looks scared
Captain America "You afraid of a little lightening?"
Loki "I'm not overly fond of what follows."
Iron Man's secretary: "Oh hi Phil. Come in."
Iron Man: "Uh, his first name is 'Agent'.
(Dr. Banner just became human again)
"Did I hurt anybody?"
"No; you scared the heck out of some pigeons, though."
Thor: Have a care how you speak! Loki is beyond reason, but he is of Asgard and he is my brother!
Natasha Romanoff: He killed eighty people in two days.
Thor: He's adopted.
Iron Man:"Hang On Guys I'm Coming With Party"
*"But I Don't See Any Party There"
Iron Man: "Good call. What else you got?" Hawkeye (over communicator):"Well, Thor's taking down a squadron on sixth." Iron Man:"And he didn't invite me!"