William Puddle’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm looking at all these negative letterboxd reviews like Rosemary looked at those baby shower attendees.
You enjoyed the Thors and Captain Americas but not this? Boring action sequences aside, this is made with perfect comedic timing, outstanding visual storytelling, and a real hero at the center: someone who makes sacrifices to stop a bad guy (a bad guy it's hard not to empathize with!). I'm sorry it didn't feature an hour of exposition and thirty helicarriers and brainwashing and Scarlett Johansson emoting at Chris Evans like mannequins facing each other in a department store.