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Captain America: Civil War is out on Blu-ray today, so if you passed on the earlier Digital HD release in favor of physical media, you can finally bring the movie home. I suffer from impatience and a compulsion to have all Marvel movies on my Blu-ray shelf, meaning Marvel Studios and Disney get my money twice. Having been through all of the special features via the iTunes release, I am happy to report Captain America: Civil War is perhaps Marvel’s most robust home release with special emphasis on the outstanding commentary track by directors Joe and Anthony Russo and screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.
The Russos, Markus, and McFeely share all kinds of interesting facts and insights regarding one of the best-reviewed and highest grossing superhero movies ever. This article will go through ten of the most interesting highlights from the commentary track, but it’s so good that choosing only ten proved to be impossible without getting upset at ten more that I had to leave off the list. That’s good news, though, as I won’t be spoiling the entire commentary track, nor will I be hogging all the good moments before you even listen to it, which you really must do.
A couple of the points not on this list are so meaty that I’ll be chewing on them in longer editorials later this week, but for now, here are ten of the very best highlights from the Captain America: Civil War commentary.
From Marvel Studios News: