Captain America: The Winter Soldier

HYDRA agents embedded within SHIELD are activated. Captain America and The Winter Soldier have a showdown inside the final helicarrier (the first two have already crashed, destroying SHIELD HQ), ending with Captain America falling through the floor into the water below. The Winter Soldier pulls him out of the water and goes to the Smithsonian to learn about his past as Bucky Barnes.

Factual error: During the Nick Fury chase scene that takes place in D.C., several black and white state highway 6 signs are visible. These signs are unique to Ohio. Route 6 goes straight through downtown Cleveland where the scene was filmed. Plus during other chase scenes several Cleveland landmarks are visible in the background. (00:28:30)

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Steve Rogers: Before we get started, does anyone want to get out?

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Trivia: Spoiler: Brock Rumlow at the end of the film is in the hospital, badly burned. In the comics, this is how he becomes the villain Crossbones. He later appears as that character in Avengers: Age of Ultron. (01:57:20)

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Question: Why did Alexander Pierce say to Agent Romanov that she would be okay if her past is opened to the world? To what part of her past is he referring ?

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Chosen answer: Black Widow was turned into an assassin and spy at a very young age. She has killed hundreds of people at the request of the Russian and American governments, in addition to many other horrible acts as yet unspecified..

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