Earlier this week, I got to attend the pre-screening of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR at the Seattle Science Center IMAX theatre, and it was amazing. That may seem like an canned response because at this point we're all pretty familiar with how superhero movies work, and I always appreciate a good Marvel film. But, with Captain America: Civil War they've changed up the usual formula of good guys versus bad guys, and replaced it with heroes versus heroes.
Not only does this bring live to the big screen tons of hypothetical "who would win in a fight" arguments, but it also takes away the safety in thinking the resolution will be the good guys winning. While I was a little worried about how I would feel watching team Iron Man vs. team Captain America, it actually made the conflict feel much more real, and made me really invested in the movie and the outcome.