Rhodey called him a "piss-Ant" at one point.
Astonishingly, I left the theater basically completely satisfied. I suppose there were things that could have been done better, but I think what I liked the most is that the majority of it was...quiet. Up until the big battle, almost everything was character stuff. I was surprising non-teary for a lot of the film, but "Proof that Tony Stark has a heart" finally pushed me over the edge.
One of the more delightful surprises was seeing Pepper in her Rescue armor. I didn't know I had been waiting for that for ten years. There was a little girl in the audience that squealed and clapped her hands when Okoye and all the other women showed up to back up Carol, and if I'm honest, I wasn't that far from joining in.
Time travel in Marvel Comics has basically worked exactly the way Bruce and Nebula explained it. My thought about Steve's ending is that he returned the stone, found his way back to Peggy, had a full life with her, and then used his gizmo to come back to the MCU-proper to hand Sam the shield.
When Brie Larson was doing press for Captain Marvel, she did one of those Wired Auto-Complete interview, and one of the questions involved her cutting her hair. She said something like "I'm thinking about it," and I can't help but wonder that she was talking about her 'do here.
I'm surprised so few blogs have talked about Joe Russo's cameo as the gay guy who talked about his first post-Snap date in Steve's group. I know from a distance, it's utter tokenism, but OTOH, our window into how all the regular people in the MCU are dealing with things is through the eyes of a gay man was surprisingly meaningful. I also somehow knew he was talking about another man before he dropped the pronoun.
Some of the cameos shocked me. I mean, I expected a few, but the Ancient One, Frigga, Korg? All delightful. Even the non-speaking ones, like Janet and Ramonda.
I am SO glad I worked so hard to avoid spoilers.