Teens React to Captain America: Civil War Trailer

Teens React to Captain America: Civil War Trailer


♪ (punk rock music) ♪ – (Captain America) Buck.
– (squeals slightly) – Oh! Civil War! – It’s Captain America: Civil War! – (Captain America) Do you remember me? – (Bucky) Your mom’s name is Sarah. You used to wear newspapers in your shoes. – (Captain America) You’re a wanted man.
– Oof. Read the comics. – (Bucky) I don’t do that anymore. – (Captain America) Well,
the people who think you did are coming right now. ♪ (dramatic music) ♪
– Oh no, what’s going on? – Yeah, it’s a Marvel movie. – Marvel is bae. – Ohh! Just the Marvel
thing gets, like, chills. – (Thunderbolt Ross) While a great
many people see you as a hero, there are some who prefer
the word “vigilante.” – (Black Widow) I know
how much Bucky means to you. – (softly) Oh, Bucky. – I love Sebastian Stan so much and Bucky. – (Black Widow) Stay out
of this one. Please. You’ll only make this worse.
– Scarlett Johansson. Oh, I love her.
– (Thunderbolt Ross) There will be consequences. (mechanical whirring) – Is this a new Avengers? – Is it the Avengers
or is it– I’m confused. – (Iron Man) If we can’t
accept limitations, we’re no better than the bad guys. – If you know what happens in the comics, then this movie is just so sad. – (Iron Man) Sometimes I want
to punch you in your perfect teeth. – Heh, same. – Oh, that’s so cool.
– (Black Widow) You know what’s about to happen. – This is super intense. – (Falcon) What do we do?
– (Captain America) We fight. – Panther. – No, just be friends. ♪ (music swelling) ♪ – What the f– – (incredulously) What? – (Captain America) Sorry, Tony. You know I wouldn’t do this
if I had any other choice. But he’s my friend. – (Iron Man) So was I. – Whaaa… what? – And they’re fighting each other? – What?! What?! No!! – Yes! – (anxiously) I’m just so excited! – I’m excited for this movie. – I was this close to crying
when I first saw this. – It’s Captain America: Civil War? Why don’t they just make it
Avengers: Civil War? – Mind blown. Really excited. – This is what I live for. ♪ (punk rock music) ♪ – (Finebros) So that was
for the new Captain America movie. Have you seen either
of the other two movies? – (both) No. – No. – No, I haven’t. – I’ve seen the first one. – I’ve seen the first one.
I still haven’t seen the second one. – I’ve seen them more
than about seven times. – I’ve seen both of ’em,
and I honestly, when this came out, I was being such a fangirl
when it came out. Like, I couldn’t stop
talking about it at school. – (Finebros) One of your
very first episodes of Kids React was Kids React to the first
Captain America movie. – (quietly) Oh my god. – (Finebros) You very much
did not like Captain America then. Has anything changed now?
– He’s really attractive. So little me did not know
what they were talking about. I regret everything I said. – (Finebros) So the plot here is that the world wants to make superheroes
register with the government so they don’t use
their powers without consent. – Government trying
to control everything, man. – (Finebros) And so this whole plan
tears the superheroes apart, hence a civil war between
the superheroes against each other. – Oh. Wait, so do some of them
want to side with the government and some of them don’t?
That’s complicated. – (Finebros) What do you think
about the plot of Civil War? – The plot’s good. I mean, you got people that
are supposed to be working together to help people going against each other. – Theoretically, I guess
that would happen, since there’s so much damage
that goes in the world now without superheroes, let alone
if superheroes and aliens or whatever were flying into
the buildings every month or so. – Normally, superhero movies are kinda the same thing over and over. This one, you got the superheroes
fighting against each other. And it’s like, whoa, this is different. – (Finebros) So you have
Captain America and company against the registration.
– Okay. – (Finebros) And Iron Man
and his team support it. Who do you stand behind?
Captain America or Iron Man? – I’m with Iron Man. – Iron Man. -Iron Man. – Iron Man’s side. – I’m gonna say I’m with
Captain on this one. – In my mind, I’m with Iron Man. But I think in my heart,
I’m with Captain America. – Behind Captain America. If they’re using it for good, then what’s the point of registering? – Captain America, and I guess
he’s gonna be right, since it’s his movie. – Captain America.
I mean, I love Iron Man. But let’s think about it. Has his decisions
been the best in the past? – I choose Iron Man. – Captain America. If Captain America says
that he really wants to not have restrictions, he should not have to able
to have restrictions. – I’m with Captain America on this one. Even though I’m an Iron Man fan, I’m not gonna register my powers,
man. This is my power. No one’s letting me
not be able to fly today. – (Finebros) If superheroes
were part of the real world, destroying parts of our cities and such, do you think you would
want them to register? – Well, then that defeats
the purpose of the costume. – The whole idea of just
being a superhero would suck if you weren’t allowed to use it. – I would want them to register. If that happened in real life, it would be absolutely disastrous. – Yeah, because it’s not
just affecting them now. It’s affecting the world. – (Finebros) Before, you said
you were against them registering. Why, when it comes to the real world,
are you suddenly for it? – Because, like, I don’t know. I wouldn’t want to walk out of my house and see things blowing up. – (Finebros) Have you ever read
the comic books at all for any of these characters?
– (laughing uproariously) – No.
– No. – No. I’m a terrible person. – No. The only comic books I’ve ever read were, like, The Punisher. – Not that into Marvel comics. Currently I read a lot of DC comics. – Yes, I’ve read the comic books. I stole them out of my brother’s room,
and that’s how I read ’em. – (Finebros) Why don’t
you read the comic books if you love the movies? – ‘Cause I’m very lazy
and I don’t like to read. – It’s just a matter of where to start, because there’s so many comic books. – Sometimes I just want to eat
popcorn and watch the movie and not think about things. – I limit my reading to 140
characters, like a Twitter tweet. You feel me? The idea of comic books itself
is actually kinda tight when you think about it. It wraps up an entire story
for dumb people like me that don’t like reading
full chapters in little bubbles. – (Finebros) Comic books overtime have not been seeing as being mainstream. Yet if comic book characters
appear in TV or movies, they become hugely popular. Knowing this, why is it
that reading a comic book can still sometimes be viewed
as a nerdy thing to do? – I honestly have no idea. And I think that’s such a bad stereotype, because so many people read comic books. Not all friend groups are like
The Big Bang Theory. – Reading doesn’t probably have an effect like the movies do on most people. – Movies are just seen,
because they’re so mainstream and they reach out to so many
people and it’s so popular, it’s seen as more “normal”
than reading comic books. – Movies are so much more accessible
now rather than comic books. People who read The Hunger Games
aren’t really nerds. And people who watch
the movies aren’t nerds. So what’s the difference with superheroes? – (Finebros) So finally, with the amount of superhero movies being made, do you hope they keep making them, or do you think enough
is enough with the genre? – They need new stories. Every superhero movie ever made is just a remake of old superhero things, and it’s kind of annoying. – The market might get over-saturated. When you wait for something
for a long time, it just makes it better than
there being 15 movies out at once. – People really like them,
so they keep making them. – I hope that they keep making them, because I see that they are
making an impact on people. – I want them to. They’re awesome. And if you read comics,
they’re ten times better. – You’re seeing something
you read and love, and you’re seeing it just come to life. And it’s like, “Wow, what
I’m imagining in my head is real.” I want to see all of them. I want to see all my
characters come to life. – Thanks for watching
another episode of Teens React. – Have a movie trailer
you want us to react to? Put it in the comments! Now! NOW! – Make sure you subscribe, because we have new videos
like this every week. – Ciao for now. – Thank you to everyone
who has been watching since I was first on the show. I’m really excited to begin Adults React, because now it’s a new
chapter in my React book. So thank you all, and I’ll
see you on Adults React. ♪ (punk rock music) ♪

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    SpasmaticAA

    I would have to go with not registering super heroes. The reason is because if an alien was destroying NYC and i was there I don't want the super heroes to wait for a permit to save us. I would want them there as soon as possible.

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    Luca Leone

    4:05 that is EXACTLY why Iron Man is doing this, he knows hes messed up, he has power, and no one to control him. Its WHY he thinks this is what is needed.

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    Sean O

    proof that nerds do in fact, rule the world. When comics from their childhood are made into huge movies that make hundreds of millions. Yea Buddy

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