Date: 2016-05-31 05:35 pm (UTC)
thirdblindmouse: The captain, wearing an upturned pitcher on his head, gazes critically into the mirror. (Default)
Although I'm not sure I'd rank plot, action, and snark in the same order you do, that's theoretical, since it appears we have roughly the same taste in superhero movies: I want to see people in silly costumes in fun action scenes with interstitial angst. A large part of the let down of many of the more recent movies is that they try to fit too many action scenes in without giving each one the space and weight it requires. The first X-Men and Spider-Man trilogies were good action movies this way (I missed Spider-Man 3), but The Avengers and particularly Captain America: Winter Soldier were bad at focusing on any one scene long enough to work.
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