(This review contains spoilers)
It was definitely a vast improvement from Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World, enough to make me forgive Marvel for those blunders, but it wasn't the best Marvel movie yet. That place is still reserved for Avengers, though it did come close to it.
It was only a minor thing, but I didn't like the localization of the film, and the fact that Skippy the kangaroo was on Steve's to-do list. No offence Skippy, but it makes more sense for Steve to be researching things from his own country.
There were many note-worthy things in that movie, one of my favourite being when the silence is broken between Bardoc and Captain America and he says "On va voirs/Let's see."
It made me so happy that he knew a bit of French and I can just imagine a younger Steve focusing really hard in French class at school and looking up for witty French phrases to use against bullies.
The action in this film was quite good and was much more intense and fast paced, but at the cost of reduced memory retention because the fights are so fast that it's hard to process it all.
I wasn't expecting a lot of them, but the Steve/Bucky feels did not disappoint.
So thanks Marvel for all those feels and having Bucky save Steve. You know exactly what this fan girl likes. Oh and Steve? You owe Bucky big time, that's twice he's saved your life now.
I have a lot of other things to say, like how clever this film was, but this review is getting really long so I'll leave it at that