Marvel Movie Minute Season Five • Captain America: The First Avenger • Minute 70

CATFA 070: A Giant Steve-Shaped Hole in Her Heart

In this minute of Joe Johnston’s 2011 film ‘Captain America: The First Avenger,’ Colonel Phillips declares Captain Rogers killed in action as Agent Carter walks in. They argue about her actions and her crush and her faith and the possible dissolution of the SSR before being interrupted by... something going on outside the tent.

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Minute Seventy: From KIA to Goings-On

Joining us on the show, we have Andrew and Joe Darowski returning from last season!

In the seventieth minute of Joe Johnston’s 2011 film Captain America: The First Avenger

We talk more about Col. Phillips’ letter to Senator Brandt. So Steve is, in fact, a captain now? And why does he talk about the 3rd of November in such a strange way? Peggy enters – through the small door instead of the open side of the tent – just in time to hear Phillips’ assertion that Rogers was killed in action. We talk about the two actors, this conversation, struggles we have with it, as well as some positives as well, including Johnston’s smarts in staging a conversation like this cinematically.

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Andy Nelson and Pete Wright pick up the Infinity Saga Phase I mantle with Captain America: The First Avenger one patriotic minute at a time. 

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