I bet everyone is very excited to watch Captain America: Civil War the first time they saw it’s trailer and that’s include me. I’m a fan of Avengers especially Captain America, he’s so handsome right? Haha. I really want to watch the movie on its first day of showing but I just came home from Baguio and I have tons of work loads to do. I didn’t browse my Facebook Newsfeed that much so I won’t ready any spoilers of the movie.
Finally, last May 1, 2016 I already watched the movie together with my cousin at Power Plant Cinema Rockwell, Makati. And I’m so happy to tell you that this movie is for a cause! All proceeds of the movie screenings will be given to the Chosen Children Village Foundation Inc.
It is a home for mentally and/or physically challenged children, located along Km. 49 in Lalaan 2 in Silang, Cavite, Philippines. It started in 1989 founded by Maria Angeles “Lita” Peypoch Fullerton.
The village is a haven, a home for life, for abandoned children who are physically and mentally challenged. It consists of several living cottages, a School, a Rehabilitation Center, and additional facilities.
To know more about Chosen Children Village Foundation, you may visit their website www.chosenchildrenfoundation.com.
About the movie, it was great! I like how they introduce every new character in the story. I also like how the story goes, how it connects from Captain America: Winter Soldier and Avengers: Age of Ultron. It doesn’t have any dull moments, the combination of captain Americas’ seriousness and iron man’s humor add up all the action scene is such a blast! I don’t want to tell more about the movie because I might spill something so I’m inviting everyone who haven’t watch it yet to watch it in cinema while it is still showing.