- Historical inaccuracies were everywhere.
- Remember mutagen, the stuff that made the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into superheroes? That's basically the same thing that made Captain America a superhero.
- There were lots of cool fights. Captain America was creative, when thinking of new ways to beat people up.
- The movie was less creative, with the "best friend" storyline. It was obvious that they only gave Captain America a best friend, so he could be sad when the friend died.
- I think the general was the best actor out of all the main characters. It's too bad he got the most one-dimensional character in the group.
- They distorted the color for the entire movie, because it takes place in the 1940's. That's a tad annoying.
- Captain America's personality is kind of...bland. I understand that's the point--he's supposed to be a generic, all-American guy--but at least give him a hobby or something. Maybe he likes stamp collecting.
- What is wrong with those army people? They have a superhero who can single-handedly win the war by himself, and they decide not to use him? A five-year-old can come up with a better war strategy than that!
There is basically no closure for the characters or storylines that made up 99% of the movie. Presumably, everyone is dead now, and they will never appear again unless we have a time travel plotline. That's pretty lame. And who is Angry Black Guy? I'm sure it makes sense if you've seen The Avengers, but hey, I'm not watching that movie, I'm watching this one! If there are pre-requisites to understanding your movie, you should inform the audience about them ahead of time.