Captain America: Civil War: Anthony and Joe Russo come up with a very entertaining film. The scale of the story leans towards the intimate side (so to speak; this is, after all, a genre unknown for that) and the debate it spawns is an interesting one; it also gains points for, unlike most other films of this Cinematic Universe, be less a stepping stone into the next chapter (even thought it still is that) and more an end unto itself. The action scenes can be too frantically cut at times, but the one at the movie’s center is as exciting as they come. A staple in the series, the lively banter is present and working as ever; the veteran cast (in particular Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr. and Anthony Mackie) do it well, and the newcomers Chadwick Boseman and Tom Holland follow suit. Technically, it’s very capably done.