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06841It’s superhero vs, superhero in the latest Marvel concoction, Captain America: Civil War — an apt title, though “Avengers” should be in there somewhere. The film from Captain America: Civil Wardirectors Anthony and Joe Russo is another comic book all-star gathering, even including none other than Spider-Man, who is borrowed from Sony’s top franchise for this fun effort. Although, as I say in my video review (click the link above to watch), I don’t think Civil War quite soars to the heights of the directing brothers’ 2014 entry, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it certainly comes close. And this time it raises moral and ethical questions around the Avengers missions, somewhat like Batman V Superman did, after an early battle against some deadly mercenaries creates a good deal of collateral damage when the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) inadvertently sets a high rise on fire with her powers and many civilians die.