Just saw the movie yesterday. It was good. Not great. Certainly not fantastic, but it had its moments.
I think I liked it more for how it built upon the MCU than for how it told us Carol's story, as Carol's story in general felt kinda... plain, I guess? The way the story is structured reminded me too much of Man of Steel, along with how the titular character felt the most distant/impersonal and least relatable of the movie's main characters, with the supporting cast members such as Fury, Goose, Monica, Talos, and especially Maria (best character in the movie other than Fury, IMHO) being way more likable.
Another issue was with both Carol's power scale being so high (and so Super Saiyan-esque) and yet the flashback nature of the film made it difficult for her to go up against a credible enough threat to really show her potential without breaking continuity, with the climax having her
That said, I loved the surprise twist with the Skrulls, the 90s pop culture references, and the aforementioned really likable supporting characters (plus Coulson, we got too little of him). I'd call this one a decent MCU outing, but I guess I was expecting something different from it.
"When there's gold feathers, punch behind you!!".
I think the concept of being educated and being able to educate is something that more people need more of in their lives.
No, we don't all know everything but we should spread and share that what we do know.
If I'm consistently misspelling a word, I would want and expect people to correct me as should I imagine all decent people who know the value of good literacy.
Its just arrogant laziness to know you're spelling a word incorrectly and not correct yourself or ignore the advice when people do tell you how to spell a word correctly.