Yeah - I'll echo the issue of predictability, if you know the story in the comics. I'm not sure if the lack of deviation is really a good thing or a bad thing since it didn't really cut any new swaths of material.
Might liked to have seen Walker lose his legs, though, if they really want to get all comic-y with it. Morbid as that sounds.
It also bothered me that Karli was like some kind of hand-to-hand expert able to keep up with people who had been fighting for years. Super-soldier serum or no, Walker should have been able to beat the holy hell out of her without breaking a sweat.
Flag Smashers overall were not very compelling as villains or even pseudo-villains. Definitely not proper big-bads. Batroc felt wasted like Crossbones before him.
I did like that Sam-Cap saves people because that's what super heroes do, and it often gets forgotten in the cinematic universes.
When is Loki supposed to drop? My Fridays just got a lot less exciting.