The most powerful and exciting news I would share is, that there is a movie hitting theaters about noble warrior heroes are in action, and it just brings the new and various views to see the world forever and ever. And the movie title is “Captain Marvel“. Isn’t it exciting and great news? While I am excited for this movie to watch on a big screen.
“Captain Marvel” is the 21st film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe which is going to direct by a woman for the first time. Basically, it describes the self-conscious about its feminist responsibilities. Before going in detail of this movie. Let’s just make a short know how about the feminist. Like what is feminist?
Feminist is described as the activity that is organized by the woman interest, goods and rights or involves the political and sociological theories and philosophies concerned with issues of gender difference. The first feminist was waved in 19th and in twentieth centuries. The second was in the 1960s and 1970. And the third extends from the 1990s to the present. A Feminist theory emerged from these feminist movements.
Ok back to the movie, but did u know that before Captain Marvel a two year ago the Wonder Woman released in the theaters. which was also collectively forgot the countless strong female leads and roles that had occurred even before.
Concept of Wonder Woman:
By the way, I liked the concept of “Wonder Woman” and I am pretty sure the “Captain Marvel” is fine too. Now let just see what is the story of it? What are the exciting and cool parts of the movies? And so on. The movie “Captain Marvel” story is based on fictional comic-book characters with alien superpowers. The woman who played a main role of heroin has some sort of superpowers.
She uses those powers to confidently face the problems of the world that a woman must. She calls her self and the team members who are helping her as a Nobel warriors’ heroes in the movie. The lady that plays the role of superwoman, get powers from someone else. They made her like the way they all are. The superpowers that are given to her, so that she can live longer and stronger as compared to her past life.
And they only give that powers to her, when her human life ended, and she does not contain any sort of memories of her past life. But some of the memories are still in her brain, she started to figure out the memories and she comes to know that she is a pilot in her past life. And these memories have any kind of relationship with the tasks she is doing.
She dressed in the movie like, a solid type whose steel will and laser-focused commitment to her mission make her a formidable foe even when her fists aren’t glowing orange with photon-blasting superpowers,” which is impressive indeed.
While some of the men around them might not understand that or accept it, the women don’t frankly need them to and aren’t going to wait around for the myopic men to catch up to the facts
Ah, those daft, myopic men, always fouling things up! But wait, that Captain Marvel doesn’t remind us of the sorts of daily frustrations, struggles, and inequalities women face in society and being told to smile more.
Captain Marvel might be a subtle indicator of how suffocating modern feminism has become. At a base level, the very idea of a superhero is innately goofy or farcical, or at least it should be. But Captain Marvel, by most accounts, is almost perfect: Strong. Beautiful. Driven. Ultra-powerful.
By this movie, I thought that the female should be totally allowed free to fulfill their dreams, whether that want to be an astronaut or an accountant or a farmer or just want to stay-at-home. I’ve also been around long enough to see that many cultures push high-achieving young women to obsessively put their careers first in their lives, no matter what their ultimate personal goals might be or even if those goals also including a family and friends. As the Thompson says in The Atlantic, “having a job or career they enjoy” is noted as “extremely or very important” for 95 percent of teens.
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