Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, a female Air Force pilot, Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), experiences a freak accident, leaving her with dynamic superpowers. After teaming up with a fellow superpower yielder, Nick Fury (Samuel.L Jackson), the two launch a scheme to stop a war that threatens Earth and its inhabitants.~Clare Perez-Izaguirre Lopez
Brie LarsonCarol Danvers/Captain Marvel
Samuel L. JacksonNick Fury
McKenna GraceYoung Carol Danvers
Annette BeningSupreme Intelligence
Colin FordSteve Danvers
Lashana LynchMaria Rambeau
Rob KazinskyBiker (The Don)
Kenneth MitchellJoseph Danvers
James MorrisonAir Force General
Marilyn BrettSkrull Old Lady
Patrick GallagherSecurity Chief
Algenis Perez SotoAtt-Lass
Anthony MolinariS.H.I.E.L.D. Agent
Mark DaughertyMain Skrull Technician
Adam HartSkrull Spy
Pete PloszekBret Johnson
Vik SahayHero Torfan
Diana ToshikoSkrull Tech #1
Richard ZeringueTom the Neighbor
Nelson FranklinMedical Examiner
Duane HenryTalos-Kree Soldier
Ana AyoraAgent Whitcher
Stanley WongSHIELD Tech
Anna BodenScreen Story
Meg LeFauveScreen Story
Nicole PerlmanScreen Story
Ryan FleckScreen Story
Matthew J. LloydCinematographer
Pinar ToprakComposer (Music Score)
Andy NicholsonProduction Designer
Beth MickleProduction Designer
Andrew CahnSupervising Art Director
Jann K. EngelSupervising Art Director
Kasra FarahaniArt Director
Lauren PolizziArt Director
David J. GrantCo-producer
Lars P. WintherCo-producer
Louis D'EspositoExecutive Producer
Michael ColdeweyExecutive Producer
Patricia WhitcherExecutive Producer
Stan LeeExecutive Producer
Victoria AlonsoExecutive Producer
David MoreauSet Designer
Ernie AvilaSet Designer
Julien PougnierSet Designer
Kevin CrossSet Designer
Mike StassiSet Designer
Timothy CroshawSet Designer
Sanja Milkovic HaysCostume Designer
David AcordSound/Sound Designer
Gwendolyn Yates WhittleSound/Sound Designer
Barry McQuearySpecial Effects
Doug PlasseFirst Assistant Director
Lars P. WintherFirst Assistant Director
Christopher DuskinCamera Operator
Michael St. HilaireCamera Operator
Jose Antonio GarciaSound Mixer
Lee OrloffSound Mixer
Paddy CullenProduction Manager
Bonnie WildRe-Recording Mixer
Bonnie WildSound Effects Editor
Brian SipeDepartment Head Makeup
Cale ThomasMakeup Special Effects
Carlton ColemanMakeup Special Effects
Chris NelsonMakeup Special Effects
Christopher BoyesRe-Recording Mixer
Douglas NoeMakeup Special Effects
Gwendolyn Yates WhittleSound Editor
Gwendolyn Yates WhittleSupervising Sound Editor
Hank AmosStunts Coordinator
Janine Rath ThompsonDepartment Head Hair
Jason CollinsMakeup Special Effects
Joann PerritanoUnit Production Manager
Linda MatthewsCostumes Supervisor
Lora HirschbergRe-Recording Mixer
Monique GandertonStunts Coordinator
Paddy CullenUnit Production Manager
Pud CusackProduction Sound Mixer
Robert Kato DeStefanMakeup Special Effects
Steven E. AndersonMakeup
Thom FloutzMakeup Special Effects
Action and Adventure
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Captain Marvel [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] 
Some Marvel movies are really surprising, sophisticated, or unexpected. "Captain Marvel" is not one of them. It delivers a pretty standard-issue Marvel standalone superhero movie, hitting all of the beats you'd expect in more or less the order you'd expect them.
That being said, while it's not a great movie, it's not a bad one either. Brie Larson is solid in the title role. The rapport between Larson's Carol Danvers and Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury is a lot of fun. By the mid-credits sequence, you're all ready for the character's return in "Avengers: Endgame".
While the movie was shot in ultra high resolution, the post-production was completed at 2K resolution. So this UHD release in an upscale, with a minimal increase in actual resolution over the Blu-Ray. The big advantage with this release is the high dynamic range, which allows blacker blacks and whiter whites than the Blu-Ray.
Like most recent Disney releases, the audio mix is too quiet. It's not a bad mix, but you'll have to turn up your volume knob a bit.
All of the special features are on the included Blu-Ray disc, not the main UHD disc. There are a handful of additional special features not included on either disc that can be streamed once you redeem the digital copy.
My one complaint with this Best Buy-exclusive Steelbook is that the discs weren't secured on the disc hubs when I opened the package; instead both were rattling around loose. Fortunately, there didn't seem to be any scratches.
Captain Marvel was shot on Arri and RED cameras at 6.5K and 8K resolution but finished with a 2K digital intermediate. Overall the image here is quite good, but with some small issues. There isn’t as much detail as there could be with a true 4K transfer, and none of the IMAX sequences are shown at their full aspect ratio. The use of HDR is nicely restrained for the first 80% of the movie and then is extensively used the final 20%. At some points on my OLED, it looked like there was a fair amount of highlight clipping in scenes, which is very uncommon with the OLED when using the Sony UBP X-800 Blu-ray player. There is no Dolby Vision layer here either, Disney seems to not use them as much as they did last year, but overall the image is very solid.
The soundtrack is also solid but doesn’t use the subwoofer as much as I would like. Atmos channels are used often and do a good job of putting action all around you, and voices are usually very clear to understand. Action scenes sound fantastic but just lack some of that very low-end impact from the subwoofer.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Mediocre movie-but product is great.
Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.
Movie was kinda stale(acting from main actress & her best friend/ pilot buddy).
The product itself(bluray, etc) is great.
Steel case is always cool!
Only bought it as part of the marvel collection-would of passed, otherwise.
And remember-this is only MY opinion...enjoy !
I love the design of this steelbook, it’s perfect! The movie is great and the special features make it even better. I also like that they included Goose the cat on the front. I’m definitely glad I decided to pick up a copy. It’s is an awesome edition to my Marvel collection.
The movie presents of origin of Captain Marvel set in a time before the Avengers. While this is a story about Captain Marvel, just as interesting is the story of the Nick Fury character. This movie provides an explaination for some things seen in future "chronologically" Marvel Universe movies such as what Nick Fury was doing at the end of Avengers Infinity War and the return of Captain Marvel for Avengers Endgame.
I was torn between buying the Target exclusive version of Captain Marvel or this Best Buy exclusive steelbook. I'm extremely happy that I went with the steelbook! The case is sturdy, and I really like the exclusive cover!
As someone who buys several Steelbooks and every Marvel Steelbook; this is another great looking, good quality addition to the collection. It’s nice these things come with different formats (4K, Blu-ray and Digital).
So why 4 stars and not 5? Well the movie itself. I had to knock off at least one star for the use of “I’m just a girl”. If you’ve seen it...you get why.