Heartwarming / Captain America (1990)

  • Bernice and Steve's reunion after he's unfrozen.
  • The final lines of the movie, said as the shot of Cap fades into his comic book form:
    Radio Newscaster: In Rome today, one hundred and sixteen nations agreed to an environmental protection treaty. In a brief statement after the signing, President Kimball asked that we remember the many people who have gallantly sacrificed all to make our world a better place to live. The president closed his statement with this odd message: "To Captain America, wherever he may be... we're all back in the fight."
  • The fact that Kimball stays to back up Cap despite his urging to get out while the getting's good.
  • As part of Steve's acclimation to the present day, he watches Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech on television.