See? Both sides of "Captain America: Civil War" can definitely find common ground and get along. Just look at Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland) complimenting Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier () in this new promo.

"You have a metal arm? That is awesome, dude!"

That's the spirit, Underoos! Instead of fighting, just stop and appreciate each other's strengths and unique attributes... Then get back to bursting through glass for kick-ass battle scenes. This is the longest running Marvel movie to date, at 2 hours and 27 minutes, so there's not much hope that Team Cap (which has Bucky, of course) and Team Iron Man (including Spidey) will come to a quick detente.

Here's the latest teaser, with new and recycled footage:

That Marvel promo was posted 10 days before the Friday, May 6 premiere, and we're a bit closer to that now. The early reviews have been raving, with Spider-Man and Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) being singled out for particular praise.

Entertainment Weekly gave the movie a grade of A-. Here's a small part of that review:

"... Civil War generously gives everyone in the cast just the right amount to do, whether it's showcasing their gee-whiz smashy-smashy gifts during one bravura battle royal set at the Leipzig airport, or allowing them to have a slower beat of character development that one assumes is the main reason for serious actors to sign on to these CGI behemoths (aside from the obscenely large paychecks, of course). Even rookie arrivals like Boseman's somberly avenging African prince Black Panther and Holland's highly promising Spider-Man get their due, as does the film's so-so villain, Daniel Bruhl's Helmut Zemo."

It's almost time for you to grade the film for yourself. Are you ready?

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Captain America: Civil War
PG-132016
Based on 52 critics

A feud between Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man leaves the Avengers in turmoil. Read More