Saw it earlier today, great bits here and there I'm not much of a Bond aficionado and so I bet I missed lots of the nods but got quite a lot of them. I liked the Russia with love style train fight. Blofeld didn't massively click for me, and I found his total lack of motivation a bit lame. Lea Seydoux was good. Generally a decent film, personally for me better than Skyfall.
Spider-Man 3 made Venom lame which is unforgivable. Garfield and Stone had easily the best chemistry as leads. Blade is a Vampire Hunter Catwoman is a DC character, there was a terrible Halle Berry (who also played Strom in X-Men) film (which completely ignored the comics.) Anne Hathaway was Catwoman in Rises. Yep Chris Evans was Johnny Storm. Incredibles is great. Superman 1 + 2 are the best. Returns wasn't great and 4 is hilariously bad. Both were at ComicCon. Suicide Squad. Deadpool (Red Band.) Ryan Reynolds was in Green Lantern (DC) previously, they reference the suit in the above trailer.
Marvel Comic films outside the MCU. X-Men: Good: X-1 and X-2, First Class, and Days of Future Past. The Wolverine is alright. X-3 is bad, and Wolverine Origins is a travesty. Spider-Man is good, Spider-Man 2 is better. Spider-Man 3 is awful. I personally liked Amazing Spider-Man and thought Amazing Spider-Man 2 wasn't great but got unfairly trashed. Garfield for me is the better Spider-Man. Blade and Blade 2 less so are good. Avoid Blade Trinity. Daredevil (the film) and Elektra are horrific. Howard the Duck is good for a laugh. Fantastic Four and Rise of the Silver Surfer are campy and bad. Fan4stic is a disaster. Ghost Rider is bad. I haven't seen it's sequel. I liked Punisher War Zone, but it is divisive.
There are loads coming up, the MCU have the most. Two next year Captain America: Civil War and Doctor Strange (starring Eggs Benedict Cabbagepatch.) And eventually a Spider-Man reboot. Marvel have all the rights back except to Fantastic Four and X-Men properties, Daredevil for instance was at Fox, as was Punisher. Spider-Man is shared between Sony and Marvel. Fox have Deadpool (an R rated film) and Apocalypse coming along for X-Men. And after those Huge-Jacked-Man's final film as Wolverine. DC are building their Universe. But only have one film in it so far: the divisive Man of Steel. But Batman vs Superman is on the way, as is Suicide Squad (which I am excited more about.) The Nolan Trilogy aren't in it (personally I feel DK is the only one really worth seeing, Begins and Rises are both skipable.) Hell Boy 1+2 are neither DC or Marvel (Dark Horse) but are good dorky films. There is Hulk with Eric Bana which is godawful, and the Incredible Hulk with Edward Norton which is bad. The Incredible Hulk is part of the current MCU canon. Norton/Ruffalo being the first head-liner to be replaced, they also recast War Machine.
I enjoy all of it really. I quite liked Thor:tDW actually Guardians of the Galaxy is a must see, A of Ultron is very very full, and not really incredible. Ant-Man is pretty good. Captain America 2 is possibly the best Marvel film. I quite like Agents of Shield too, many people quit during Season 1.
It's really the only way to conclude that arc. Kingpin lost because he was exposed as who he was, he can never go back to the shadows. So him having lost his empire and his love were enough for Daredevil. Kilgrave needed to pay for what he did, if he didn't the show would have felt empty in the end, the loose ends had to be tied up to a degree. Him alive, with that power is one hell of a loose end.