Obviously, there has also plenty of attention given to this being the first MCU movie with a female lead. With that being said, one of the strongest attributes of this movie was how they managed to deliver on that message. It was clear and present for pretty much the whole time, but it never felt like they were soap-boxing. It it into the storyline extremely well. Even the big moment of confidence and ability is something that everyone can feel good about.
Something fun about the movie are the 90s references. By the looks of it, the movie makers had as much fun adding them as we will have finding them. From the moment we see in the trailer when she crashes through the roof of a Blockbuster Video, the nostalgic Easter Eggs are never in short supply. While there are a bunch of them, they always made sense in creating the setting. The best Easter Egg is the cameo of the late, great, Stan Lee. This one may even bring a tear to your eye, just in how fitting it felt.
Our founder Jeremy would have certainly given this the "Amazing" seal of approval. I fully recommend it to everyone. There is plenty of action but no extreme violence. In fact, the most startling moment in the movie is actually one of the funniest scenes in the movie. After you see it, please comment with your opions, even if you don't like it. We only ask that you keep it family-friendly and spoiler-free.