I watched "Captain America The Winter Soldier" movie. Yes, it is a 4-star production and was even better than "The Avengers," because it kept me guessing.
I am probably an oddity, because I recall throwing around my mother's cast iron garbage can lid back in the mid-1960s, imitating Captain America. Few knew who Cap was back then.
-However, I still can't understand why DC Comics/Warner Brothers won't wise up and create their own master movie plans, like Marvel.
DC's live action movies seem to be on a "plan as we go" scenario.
"Man of Steel," though better than "Superman Returns," could have been much better -- if DC paid more attention to detail, like Marvel does.
"Superman" had little awe factor in "Man of Steel" and having so many other Kryptonians around on Earth in his reboot debut was a very poor plot choice.
(I could have written a much better movie plot ...)
The last two Batman movies were just too dark.
I'd like to be hopeful for the 2016 "Batman-Superman" movie, but given DC's track record at the theater, they'd have to fire all their past advisors and start over.
DC/Warner Brothers needs one special panel or board to plan and oversee all their movie projects.
How DC can do so well on animated movies and so poorly on live action movies is also a paradox they need to examine.