I've just been to see Captain America: The Winter Solider (again) and (again) I loved it, but please, please, directors, can we quit with the tight 'n' shaky action sequences? When I come to watch Cap knocking bad guys' heads together, I want to be able to see Cap knocking bad guys' heads together.
It's a dance; let us see the choreography. Take Fred Astaire's tried and tested advice that dances should be shot full-bodied (especially when it's a certain superhero's full body - wink, wink, nudge, nudge). If you hide all the stunts, it makes me think that you don't know what you're doing and so you need to do it off-screen or blurry. As lovely as Chris Evans' kneecaps and elbows are, I'd like to see a little more than that when he's fighting...um...let's just call him The Winter Soldier.
That said, go see it. It's good. And stay for (at least) the mid-credits stinger, which is a nice little lead-in to Age of Ultron.