I gotta say, I really didn't like Spidey in this. So happy Tony called one of his guesses as what Peter called himself "Spider-Boy". I'm like, "Okay, so I'm not the only one." But the very idea that he'd recruit someone so young for this is unconscionable (not the only thing I hated Tony for in this) and Peter acting so awkward and uncomfortable even after becoming his alter ego just really cemented (I know, just for me, I don't expect anyone to agree) that their decision to make him a teenager was the worst one they could have possibly made.
I really, really liked the whole Zemo angle. It really kept you guessing all the way up to the end what exactly was going on with him, and then it just suddenly made total sense. I can't even hate him for it, that took some serious brains (we're talking Joker from the Dark Knight level scheming) to pull the wool over everyone's eyes. But the plan obviously didn't just fail, everyone is all the stronger for it (except, regrettably, Rhodey). Black Panther learned a serious lesson about anger and vengeance, and became a stronger ally of the Avengers than he probably otherwise would have. Vision is learning his own limitations and how his feelings for Wanda are affecting him. I think breaking them down to allow themselves to build back up is a good thing for them ultimately, but man, what a ride.
Really could have socked Tony in the jaw for being so stupid about what happened with his parents. I mean, how can he not be aware that Bucky was kidnapped, mutilated, tortured both physically and psychologically (and you'd think with what happened to Tony in Afghanistan would make him understand this!) and being forced to carry out these crimes against his will, even if that didn't diminish his anger, he at least could focus it on where it belonged, i.e. HYDRA. For it to completely go over his head that Bucky is a victim, arguably far more a victim than Tony's parents, and if not feel that sympathy for him, then at least be willing to overlook those crimes, and instead attack him with intent to kill, and going as far as maiming Cap in the process...I never thought I'd say this, but FUCK YOU, TONY STARK. Maybe Pepper wasn't wrong to sideline him, and he doesn't deserve to get her back without a serious redemption arc.
The best part was Giant Man. So awesomeness. I didn't get the thing about orange slices, though, did anyone else? Also kinda wish the end credits wasn't about Spidey, would rather have seen a glimpse of Wanda approaching the Doctor's Sanctum Sanctorum and being offered a beckoning hand inviting her in as his apprentice.