‘Captain Marvel’: Character Defines Destiny

“Captain Marvel” is one of the best Marvel movies.

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By Jon Ochiai

In Disney and Marvel Studios’ “Captain Marvel”, vulnerable Brie Larson as warrior Vers sheds tears speaking with someone from her human past, resilient Lashana Lynch as best friend Maria, “I don’t know who I am!” Maria acknowledges Vers, who was “Aunt’ to her…

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