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Are you excited for "Captain Marvel"?

Well, according to the first reactions, there is enough to be happy. Critics first glimpsed the latest Marvel superhero movie on Tuesday night and immediately turned to Twitter, with plenty of encouragement for the film directed by Brie Larson. Here is a sample of what they say about the original Carol Danvers movie to the present.

Fandango's editorial director Erik Davis called the film "retro and trippy."

"#CaptainMarvel has a great sci-fi vibe from the '90s with a tone unlike any other Marvel movie, really," he tweeted. "It's retro and trippy, mysterious and dorky, it's funny in surprising places."

Ryan Ryan of Uproxxx said "Captain Marvel" challenged his expectations.

"CAPTAIN MARVEL is not what I hoped was based on marketing, it's more like a film about the cosmic space" all-in-one, "he wrote. It's a lot stranger than I expected. Ben Mendelsohn is awesome like Talos. … and not as weird as the GOTG movies. Think more about "Rey taking endless mirrors" in scenes of The Last Jedi type. Finally, finally, the MCU and a song of Nirvana are gathered (as Kurt Cobain wanted). "

Alison Foreman from Mashable said that Larson was "Born to be a superhero."

"" Captain Marvel, "is what would happen if Guess Who had a hyper competitive baby with the #MCU and had been brought up with nostalgia and breathtaking feminism," she said. "I liked it."

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"#CaptainMarvel is (takes a deep breath of the '90s) TOTALLY AWESOME," she said. "Never akin to a Marvel character like Carol, she is the stubborn, witty kid of the 90s that I like to think about.

Jim Vejvoda, of IGN, approved the film.

"#CaptainMarvel was very fun!"He said." Just enough nostalgia of the 90s without doing too much. Brie Larson is awesome. Same as Sam Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn. Goose the cat is purring. Some good surprises and smart decisions all along. Cool science fiction elements. And funny! Thumbs up!"

Kara Warner of the people acclaimed the Marvel characters have served.

"I just got out of #CaptainMarvel, so many fun surprises that I did not expect to see + new (and old?) Characters to love," she writes.

Oh, and the cats will be excited.

"Cats will love this movie," wrote Kayti Burt of Den of Geek, adding that "the moment of Carol's hero was very cathartic / faithful to the female experience, IMHO … The MCU stands feels more complete now that Carol is there. "

"Captain Marvel" arrives in theaters on March 8th.

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