Captain America: Civil War manages to do what their last two entries—Antman & Age of Ultron—couldn’t: Balance story and the myriad of characters.
Pacing wise, Captain America: Civil War drags a little at the start, but only because they have a plethora of heroes to reacquaint the general audiences with. Some of the characters, like the Black Panther, could have used a bit more set up, but his archetype is recognizable enough: The Billionaire playboy with a super suit and martial arts training.
I can’t complain much about the set up though, because Marvel spent their last two movies, Antman and Age of Ultron setting up this one. This is obvious to me because the last two movies tried to shoehorn in a bunch of shit into their respective stories, which turned both films into a convoluted showcase of fresh new heroes. That said, Civil War renews my faith in Marvel’s capabilities. For instance, the five minutes of runtime that Ant Man had, was better than the entirety of his last film.