Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War is an absolutely amazing film. There’s no denying it; we’ve seen it, and we love it. Not only has it gone on to become one of the best rated Marvel movies of all time, it’s already widely considered one of the greatest superhero movies every created. No matter what, it remains abundantly clear that the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is safe in the hands of Joe and Anthony Russo.

However, the fact that Civil War is a great and successful movie doesn’t mean that it’s without its fair share of problems. Nothing is perfect, and we cannot in good conscience claim that Civil War has escaped every problem that has ever plagued a Marvel film. With that in mind, we have compiled a list of the five common issues with MCU films that once again reared their ugly heads in Civil War. Now let’s get the ball rolling with No.1…

The Lackluster Score
It’s honestly amazing that after so many films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe still has yet to really land on any strong musical themes for any of its characters. Captain America: Civil War continues the longstanding tradition of weak soundtracks among Marvel movie with Henry Jackman’s passable but still forgettable musical score. There’s nothing inherently wrong with the soundtrack of Civil War, but there’s never a moment where the booming sound of the instruments makes us rise from our seats and cheers for the hero. Numerous DC films, and even FOX’s X-Men universe has established some great themes for the heroes, but the MCU continues to phone in its soundtracks.

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