I'm going on record as saying that this movie is not only a great superhero film, it's a great film altogether. It follows in the footsteps of Nolan's Batman trilogy as a superhero film that rises above its genre. It's fun, funny, exciting, dangerous, thrilling, romantic and adventurous. Chris Evans is the perfect Steve Rogers (in both scrawny and muscular versions).
Actually not bad. Kunis and Timberlake's good chemistry and some well-written banter (yes, it's banter, get over it) rescues this movie from the romcom cliches that it just can't avoid. (Oh, and Congress should pass a law forbidding any motion picture from ever again using a flash mob as a plot point.)
Total silliness. Dumas' Musketeers as ninja superheroes, down to their costumes. Despite talented and compelling actors, there's no life, no warmth, no cleverness to this film at all (wasting all of the actors' talents and time). I loved how the Musketeers risked life and limb and traversed an obstacle course that belongs in an Indiana Jones movie just to rescue a set of plans, ostensibly by daVinci, that basically are nothing more than a drawing of a hot-air balloon attached to a boat, as if no one else was capable of the idea, "Hey, why don't we just attach hot-air balloons to a bunch of boats?"