I really enjoyed Captain America: Civil War, but I found myself giggling uncontrollably whenever they'd put up the ENORMOUS location titles.
This seemed a very odd choice. The film did take place in many (IMO unnecessarily many) different cities, so I can see why location titles were used, but why that overblown style? Most of the locations were not particularly significant to the story, they could have said...
...and it would have made as much story impact. It seems more appropriate to place them in the lower-third of the screen as is traditional.
Why did the director choose this style? Is it a trademark of the director? Or maybe some sort of homage to another movie, maybe a spy movie, or comic book? It reminded me somewhat of the "TUESDAY" title cards from The Shining, but that's so out of place in this movie.
What? It's a real place, look it up.