Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Popo (penguin walk, rock-star split on the floor, ice-skater spin): Can I get a TOOT-TOOT?
Partijama (lights flashing, doing a ship-shake)/Lazlo (doing a shimmy): TOOT-TOOT!
Popo (jamming and singing): Can I get a this-is-so-much-awesomeness-my-head-is-exploding??!!
Popo: Cap’ is back, and as wild as a crackerjack….WOOHOO!
Partijama: He is back, but in the present, which, for him, is the future, and he’s feeling the loss of his former life, and environment, keenly.
Popo: On the bright side, he’s making a bunch of really cool new friends.
Partijama: I liked them.
Lazlo: He’s making enemies too. Let’s see, we’ve got a whole secret organisation known as Hydra, which has infiltrated the (allegedly) good organisation, Shield. I’ve seen this sort of underhanded group before on the planet, Pozeen; very irritating.
Popo: And let’s not forget the Winter Soldier. That guy was a real handful.
Partijama: He was; and what a sad story his was.
Popo: Yeah, poor sap; felt for him, I did. Still, he was very entertaining.
Lazlo: I liked that scene when he caught Cap’s shield and gave him a bit of his own medicine.
Popo: Yeeee…right in the gut; so cool. And what about Cap, eh? He sure knows how to get a movie off to a flyer…literally.
Partijama: No parachute or other flight apparatus…wow! That scene set the tone for the rest of the film.
Lazlo: (Villain face) Imagine what I could do with just one capsule of that super serum.
Popo: And a shield?
Lazlo: Oh yes; a shiny shield overlaid with Gorgomitra.
Popo: Woohoo, yeahhhh, you can do a bit of damage with that. Whack someone in the head with that and their scholarly days are over.
Lazlo: So that’s your story is it, Popo?
Partijama: And after that wonderful opening, we were treated to a display of the hero’s fight skills and agility.
Popo: Oh boy, he was like…like…well, like a cat on Ponpon juice.
Lazlo: I liked the fight he had with the acrobatic strong man. That was very entertaining.
Popo: Yeah, when I saw that guy going at it with Cap, I was all “WHOOOAAA.” The baddie bit off more than he could chew, but still, he gets points for putting up such a good show – super serum is no joke.
Partijama: What about the scene with Nick Fury?
Lazlo: Ohhh, when the fiends attacked him in his vehicle. (A bardly fist-pump) Excellent!
Popo: Hahaaa, somebody’s feeling it over there. Sweet!
Lazlo: (Composes self; Lord face) Hmph.
Popo: But yeah, that scene was just “off the chain” as Bombastykans say.
Lazlo: I thought they said “off the hizzy.”
Popo: Ah boy, I needed that.
Partijama: Well done, Lord Lazlo.
Lazlo: Hmph. Quite.
Popo: That Nick Fury scene was incredible. I kept thinking, “Ooooh, how’s Nick Fury going to get out of this? He’s done for.”
Lazlo: Much credit to his vehicle.
Partijama: Oh yes. And to Fury’s escape skills.
Popo: That Nick Fury is one tough, wily, cookie.
Lazlo: I was pleased to see the return of the stressed out scientist from the first movie, even though he wasn’t entirely there.
Popo: Zola; he’s funny.
Lazlo: (Zola face and voice) Zunforzunately, zit zeemz zat zou and zi zare bozz zout of zime.
Lazlo (arms raised in monster claws): Zit’s zime for zou zo zie now, zaptain…
Popo (cackling, tears from eyes, holding ribs, legs kicking): Ohhh, oh, no more…I surrender.
Partijama (chuckling): Oooh, I almost cracked my hull.
Partijama: Hehehe, just kidding. Another fantastic action scene was the fight in the elevator.
Popo: Oowee. I had goose-bumps.
Lazlo: And when they were battling the Winter Soldier in the street.
Popo: Mega-aswesome! That part when the explosion sent Cap was just…ooohhh (swoons, grinning)
Partijama: The Black Widow put on a wonderful show as well. I liked how she kept the Winter Soldier off-balance in the street battle.
Popo: Yeah, Widow is one slick warrior.
Partijama: That part when she leapt from the bridge and swung to the lower street was so entertaining.
Lazlo: (Lord nod) I enjoyed that. And then she was shooting and running.
Popo: (Sighs) Stupendous.
Partijama: The climax didn’t let down either. What incredible, breath-taking action.
Popo: HAHAAA (Leap, spin, clap) Oh man, it was showdown after showdown, action after action, drama, explosions…just crazy-loco-madness – (leaping fist-pump) love-love it!!
Lazlo: Know my favourite part?
Popo: Well, if it’s the part that made you kick over my pop-corn…
Partijama: You still ate every bit of it, Razz.
Popo (snort-chuckle): Waste not, want not, they say. (To Lazlo) Now let’s see, hmmmm…could it be…The Falcon?
Lazlo: Lucky guess. The way he flies – spinning and twisting, dodging bullets and explosions was wonderful. Not up to the level of a Laquan noble of course. But still, phenomenal.
Popo: And to think he said earlier that his former comrade, using the winged-thingy on a mission, was killed by a man firing a rocket. I mean, what on earth was that rocket guy on?? How could he aim so well?
Partijama: The flight apparatus must have had some sort of malfunction.
Lazlo: Or Falcon’s ex-partner had fallen asleep at the wheel…uh, wing. Or perhaps he was intoxicated.
Popo: Or the rocket guy had somehow got his hand on some highly concentrated Ponpon juice. And speaking of amazing, what is Cap made of? I mean, how many times did he get shot?
Lazlo (shrugs): Mm, lost count.
Popo: Here’s a number for you – 3.
Popo: Captain America part 3. NOW!!!
Partijama: I’ve got another number – 2. (Popo/Lazlo giggling) Not that number 2, you two.
Lazlo: I’ve got it! 2-day.
Popo: Or perhaps, 2-morrow?
Partijama: Round 2. Those in agreement say – me.