Marvel things there are too many of them.
My goodness look how many of them they are.
How can you possibly watch all this?
How could anyone?
Good grief how are you ever going to understand Captain America Civil War?
Well don't panic we've Civil War and we can tell you it will make sense even if you haven't seen every Marvel thing.
But there are some movies you'll need to see first.
We've crunched the numbers and we reckon this is the least you need to see To get the most amount of set, giving as little away as possible, and in the spirit of doing the bare minimum.
Here is the bare minimum you need to have seen in order for Captain America: Civil War to make any kind of sense.
Although Civil War features loads of super heroes, it
Still very much a sequel to Cap's stand alone outing.
Even if you know the basics of the wartime origin story, it's worth watching the movie that started it all, cuz there are side characters you'll need to know about.
Captain America, The Winter Soldier.
For Civil War to make sense to you, it's essential that you've seen The Winter Soldier.
Because the titular soldier is frankly crucial to the story, as is a certain winged superhero.
As a bonus you'll also learn about Hydra and more of Steve Rogers friendship with Black Widow which is useful Civil War back story.
Avengers, Age of Ultron.
But simply, if you haven't seen the second Avengers film you guys will spend a lot of time in Civil War going, who's this guy?
You really need to check it out first.
Age of Ultron also Deeper into Iron Man Tony Stark's fears and insecurities around global security, which is useful intel, and you'll want to know why everyone keeps talking about the fictional eastern European country of Sokovia.
Look, Ant-Man is
In Civil War, okay.
And you don't wanna spend Civil War's 147 minutes trying to figure out why Mike from Friends is the size of a grain of rice.
Now, get your tickets, sit back, and enjoy the chaos.