I'll say it for the millionth time: I never thought we'd see good Marvel movies on the screen.
If you weren't around back then, you don't know what it was like, man! Crappy DC sequels, made for TV junk, and direct to video vomit.
That's what we had for decades.
So Captain America, of all characters, has three good movies in a row. A great trilogy.
Astounding. There's another golden age of Marvel.
What's even more surprising, to me, is that one of my last attempts to read Marvel comic books again was when I tried to read their Civil War storyline in order.
I was bored to tears. I think I got into Lee Child books after that.
The movie version is the opposite of boring. Watch Civil War, let your pulse settle down, and watch it again.
Then thank Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, and a lot of other creators who made up this mythology for crappy pay.