美国队长史蒂夫·罗杰斯(克里斯·埃文斯 饰)带领着全新组建的复仇者联盟，继续维护世界和平。然而，一次执行任务时联盟成员不小心造成大量平民伤亡，从而激发政治压力，政府决定通过一套监管系统来管理和领导复仇者联盟。联盟内部因此分裂为两派：一方由史蒂夫·罗杰斯领导，他主张维护成员自由，在免受政府干扰的情况下保护世界;另一方则追随托尼·斯塔克(小罗伯特·唐尼 饰)，他令人意外地决定支持政府的监管和责任制体系。神秘莫测的巴基(塞巴斯蒂安·斯坦 饰)似乎成为内战的关键人物……
1. That truck's loaded for max weight. 那车达到最大载重量。
2. Your father is flying us to the Bahamas for a little getaway. 你爸要带我去巴哈马度个小假。
3. Go break some eggs. 要敢于挑战。
4. That took my breath away. 太令人吃惊了。
5. We'll catch up later. 我们一会儿再聊。
6. Plus, it helps ease my conscience. 也让我的良心好过点。
7. Sorry, it's an occupational hazard. 对不起，这是我的职业病。
8. Talk it over. 有话就说。
9. Whatever form that takes, I'm game. 不管是什么形式，我愿意试试看。
10. If we have one hand on the wheel, we can still steer. 要是我们妥协，还能有回旋的余地。
11. I'm just reading the terrain. 我只是审时度势。
12. TBD. (To be determined) 还没决定。
13. Thanks for walking me back. 谢谢你陪我回来。
14. I just want to make sure we consider all our options. 我只是想确保我们考虑周全。
15. For the record, this is what making things worse looks like. 郑重声明，我说的让情况更糟就是这样。
16. Obviously you can quote me on that, because I just said it. 你放心，我说到做到。
17. All due respect, you're not gonna solve this with boys and bullets. 恕我直言，这件事你无法用士兵和枪炮解决的。
18. We're seriously understaffed. 我们严重人手不足。
19. That's what I'm here to hash out. 我就是来商量这个。
20. Your judgement is askew. 你的判断力有问题。
Peter: Hey, May.
May: Mmm. Hey. How was school today?
Peter: It was okay. This crazy car parked outside.
Tony: Oh, Mr. Parker.
Peter: Um... What are you doing... Hey! Uh, I'm Peter.
Peter: What are you doing here?
Tony: It's about time we met. You've been getting my emails, right?
Peter: Yeah. Regarding the...
May: You didn't even tell me about the grant.
Peter: About the grant.
Tony: The September Foundation.
Tony: Yeah. Remember when you applied?
Tony: I approved, so now we're in business.
May: But you didn't tell me anything. What's up with that? You keeping secrets from me now?
Peter: I just know how much you love surprises so I thought I would let you know... Anyway, what did I apply for?
Tony: That's what I'm here to hash out.
Peter: Okay. Hash it out, okay.
Tony: It's so hard for me to believe that she's someone's aunt.
May: Yeah, well, we come in all shapes and sizes, you know?
Tony: This walnut date loaf is exceptional.
Peter: Let me just stop you there.
Peter: Is this grant got money involved or whatever? No?
Tony: Yeah, it's pretty well funded.
Peter: Yeah? Wow.
Tony: Look who you're talking to. Can I have five minutes with him?
Tony: As walnut date loaves go, that wasn't bad. Whoa, what have we here? Retro tech, huh? Thrift store? Salvation Army?
Peter: Uh, the garbage, actually.
Tony: You're a dumpster diver?
Peter: Yeah, I was... Anyway, look, um, I definitely did not apply for your grant...
Tony: Ah-ah! Me first.
Tony: Quick question of the rhetorical variety. That's you, right?
Peter: Um, no. What do you mean?
Tony: Yeah. Look at you go. Wow! Nice catch. 3,000 pounds, 40 miles an hour. That's not easy. You got mad skills.
Peter: That's all on YouTube, though, right? That's where you found that? Because you know that's all fake. It's all done on the computer.
Peter: It's like that video. What is it?
Tony: Yeah. Oh, you mean like those UFOs over Phoenix?
Tony: Oh, what have we here?
Peter: Uh... That’s a …
Tony: So, you're the Spider-ling. Crime-fighting spider. You're Spider-Boy?
Tony: Not in that onesie, you're not.
Peter: It's not a onesie. I don't believe this. I was actually having a really good day today, Mr. Stark. Didn't miss my train, this perfectly good DVD player was just sitting there, and Algebra test, nailed it.
Tony: Who else knows? Anybody?
Tony: Not even your unusually attractive aunt?
Peter: No. No. No! If she knew, she would freak out. And when she freaks out, I freak out.
Tony: You know what I think is really cool? This webbing. That tensile strength is off the charts. Who manufactured that?
Peter: I did.
Tony: Climbing walls, how you doing that? Adhesive gloves?
Peter: It's a long story. I was...
Tony: Lordy! Can you even see in these?
Peter: Yes, I can.
Tony: I'm blind!
Peter: I can see in those. Okay? It's just that when whatever happened, happened... it's like my senses have been dialled to 11. There's way too much input, so they just kinda help me focus.
Tony: You're in dire need of an upgrade. Systemic, top to bottom, hundred-point restoration. That's why I'm here. Why you doing this? I gotta know, what's your MO? What gets you outta that twin bed in the morning?
Peter: Because... Because I've been me my whole life, and I've had these powers for six months.
Peter: I read books, I build computers. Yeah, I would love to play football, but I couldn't then, so I shouldn't now.
Tony: Sure, because you're different.
Peter: Exactly. But I can't tell anybody that, so I'm not. When you can do the things that I can, but you don't...and then the bad things happen...they happen because of you.
Tony: So you wanna look out for the little guy, you wanna do your part? Make the world a better place, all that, right?
Peter: Yeah, just looking out for the little guy. That's what it is.
Tony: I'm gonna sit here, so you move the leg. You got a passport?
Peter: No, I don't even have a driver's license.
Tony: You ever been to Germany?
Tony: Oh, you'll love it.
Peter: I can't go to Germany.
Peter: I got homework.
Tony: I'm gonna pretend you didn't say that.
Peter: No, I'm being serious. I can't just drop out of school.
Tony: Might be a little dangerous. Better tell Aunt Hottie I'm taking you on a field trip.
Peter: Don't tell Aunt May.
Tony: All right, Spider-Man. Get me out of this.
Peter: Sorry. I'll get the...