Captain Marvel has become an instant hit with this action-packed blockbuster taking over £12million in its opening weekend at UK cinemas alone.
This latest superhero epic, from the Marvel team, is as explosive as ever with Brie Larson’s performance as powerhouse Carol Danvers offering an abundance of thrills and special effects that will have die-hard Avengers fans jumping for joy.
Like all films of this genre, if you want the best experience then a trip to the cinema is a must as no matter how big your TV is you’re not going to feel the full force that this film truly deserves.
Watching this movie at your local cinema will cost around £12 but is worth paying a premium and heading to an even bigger screen?
To find out, we took a trip to London’s BFI IMAX in Waterloo to see just how much better things can get for cinemagoers.
At 20 metres high and 26 metres wide, this is the largest screen in the UK and should offer the ultimate way to watch another epic Avengers movie.
Even before the movie starts you’ll be treated to a trailer which not only shows off the giant display but also the incredible surround sound which magically moves around the room to offer an even more immersive experience.
With steeply raked seating you will never have a big head blocking your view and as the lights dropped for the two-hour movie the only thing that could spoil the evening’s entertainment was the crunch of popcorn that filled the auditorium.
Caption Marvel is an action-packed adventure that takes you on a rollercoaster ride as you discover everything about Marvel’s most powerful hero.
It’s a thrilling treat from start to finish that’s made even better watching on the ultimate big screen.
The action sequences dazzle on this huge display and the 3D technology adds to the realism without being too over the top.
The 12,000 watt digital surround sound system also means it’s not just about the visuals as the audio is just as sensational as the on-screen action.
There’s no question this is the perfect movie to get the full IMAX experience and although it’s expensive, almost double the price of a standard seat, you’re unlikely to be disappointing.
Captain Marvel is certainly worth two hours of your time and there’s no question that the IMAX is one of the best places to watch it.