Just got back from seeing the movie, and it was pretty damn good. Not flawless, and I don't think it cracks my Top 3 Marvel Studios films, but it was pretty much everything I could have hoped for.
Regarding the comparison to 'Man of Steel' in terms of collateral damage, I agree with the argument that 'Winter Soldier' was a far more heroic film, but I understand the argument Dragonblade is making. There was that moment when Cap ended up in an overturned bus full of people, and you get to see civilians in the background helping the injured, but Cap's just kinda lying there. It would have been nice to see him actively protecting innocent bystanders.
However, the fact that the bystanders all appeared to be alive is a point in the movie's favour. 'Man of Steel' revelled in it's destruction. Also, even though Cap is beating the tar out of dudes, it almost always felt like he was making a concious effort to avoiding killing when possible.
Charles Phipps wrote:7. No product placement on the shit they did blow up.
I don't know about that. At some point in the film, I began to get the impression that one of the producers or directors really, really hates Chevrolet.
Also, would it really have been so hard for Wilson to have been wearing a red-shirt while using his wings? I did like that the first time we see him in the harness, his shirt is green, which I assume was an intentional call back to the original Falcon costume, but the red is much more iconic.
There's other stuff I want to talk about, but I'd straying into spoiler territory.