Comic book-turned-movie will be a term I'm going to take literally. As a devote (and rather rabid) comic book fan, it's hard for me to pick a firm selection. The Dark Knight was outstanding, the first two Spider-Man were incredibly well-done, and Iron Man blew my mind. (There are so many more movies, I realise this, but I don't want to start a rave now).
However, with the most recent release of Captain America, a movie I was able to predict throughout every scene because of my knowledge of the comics, I would say it's the most... realistic interpretation. Chris Evans played a perfect Steve Rogers, and I was swept so deep into the movie that in all honesty, I found no flaws in it.
None. It was just... appropriate. It was everything I wanted and more.
Others may disagree, but it's my firm belief that if your opinion differs from mine, it's inadequate or simply incorrect. (Okay, so I may be kidding here).
However, Marvel, you did one good with the Captain. Better than Thor, anyway. That's harsh, as Thor was well done; however, I will forever have issues with the Natalie Portman character involvement. She was just annoying, they're whole romance was too fast and too full of bullshit to take seriously, and if she hadn't existed in the movie, I would have loved it even more.
Thor's a playboy. She's annoying.
However, I'll take Natalie Portman over the HORRIBLE decision of Scarlette Johannson as Black Widow. 1) choose a decent actress and 2) CHOOSE SOMEONE WHO CAN ACTUALLY BE BLACK WIDOW! WTF WAS THAT SHIT IN IRON MAN 2?! NO! JUST NO!
And folks, that is all~.