“I’m excited to see how Brie does,” said Trent Foidham of Midtown. “I feel like she’s gonna do a good job.”
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Foidham, a longtime fan of the series, said he was looking forward to seeing how the movie tied into the larger universe.
"Captain Marvel" played well to the crowd, despite mixed critical reviews. It got laughs at the laugh lines and cheers at some of the big action scenes.
One special touch Marvel put in the opening credits, which will not be spoiled here, drew enthusiastic applause. Even after the film, fans were still on a high.
Maria Schofen said she thought it was an empowering film.
“It was great to see a bad(expletive) woman,” Schofen said. “I loved watching her discover her further powers.”
Christal Polk of Peachtree Corners described the flick as “really good.” She said she appreciated the movie’s female lead and jokes.
“Captain Marvel” opens everywhere Thursday night.
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