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Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked — From Worst to Best

Variety ranked Marvel movies. and if we’re being totally honest with ourselves we can admit that the past few Marvel movies have been… not so great. They’re all still wonderful i think.

14. Thor: The Dark World (2013)

Thor - Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

This is certainly not the finest movie to come frothe Marvel Universe but it still offers alot of humor and high stake action the fan come to love and expect. Thor Dark world continues as he battles to save the Nine realms from an enemy that predates the earth itself. Read more

13. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

 Avenger - Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

“Age of Ultron” was, of course, loud, bigger and messier than the first Avenger as it was jam-packed with super hereos and villian. It bacame confusing as you try to understand what is going on… Read more

12. Iron Man 2

 Iron Man 2 Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

For some reason the movie have not been getting the greatest reviews but i liked it alot better then the reviews i read. it wasnt as fresh as the original but the humor and charishma was ther as well as some great surprises…Read more

11. Ant-Man

Ant-Man  Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

Let’s be honest: Of all the Marvel heroes to get his own movie, Ant-Man is the undobtedly the lamest, no offence to Paul Rudd because he is an appealing and likeable actor who has got aot of charishma that makes you wanna root for him. Read more

10. The Incredible Hulk (2008)

The Incredible Hulk (2008)  Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

In 2003, when Ang Lee made “Hulk,” no comic-book movie had ever been directed by such an accomplished film artist, and that’s why it was shocking when the movie turned out to be awful. You can criticize Lee’s choices, but much of the tedium came down to this: Read more

9. Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

While watching this movie all i asked myself was where Thor and Hulk are during all of this. And then there’s the another mystery of how Black Panther fits in, though he makes an admittedly suave addition to an increasingly overcrowded ensemble, while the Spidey scenes were by far the movie’s most entertaining. Read more

8. Thor (2011)

Thor (2011)  Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

The plot is all about Thor retrieving his hammer (which builds a lot of suspense into the moment he finally gets to use it), but it’s really about Thor figuring out where he belongs: the classic Marvel psychological split, embodied by Hemsworth with a playfully solemn twinkle. Read more

7. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

The movie is devotedly old-fashioned in a way that’s both corny and genuine, formulaic and rousing. It’s a piece of pop-art pulp, held together by Evans’ sincerity — the best “square” acting in any superhero film since Christopher Reeve first donned the cape of Superman.Read more

6. Iron Man 3

Iron Man 3 Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

The most underrated of the Marvel Studios films. It wasn’t disliked, but it was greeted as an okay placeholder rather than the psychologically spirited, lusciously crafted rip-snorting middle installment it is. It takes off from the premise that Tony Stark has devolved into a kind of superhero/addict who no longer wants to live outside his metal suit… Read more

5. The Avengers (2012)

 Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked The Avengers (2012)

With great power comes … a totally irresponsible supervillain. There’s something thrilling about seeing Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, and the Hulk come together after headlining their own films, representing an aggregation of talent practically unprecedented in Hollywood… Read more

4. Iron Man (2008)

Iron Man (2008) Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

To the extent that superhero movies spent half a century waiting for filmmaking technology to catch up to their creators’ imaginations, “Iron Man” is the ultimate example of what the genre could now be, combining pulpy fun with visual effects that make the character’s powers look convincing (including flying, which no movie had really gotten right before that point, in this case using Iron Man’s thrusters to give the illusion plausibility). Read more

3. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

  Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

Why do we love superhero movies? Is it because they take us out of this world — or because they let us look at the world from a more spectacular, vertiginous angle? The finest superhero movies do both, and “The Winter Soldier” is the only Marvel Studios film to take a page from “The Dark Knight” and plant its hero in a gritty labyrinth of corruption that’s a highly recognizable mirror of our own increasingly ominous society. Read more

2. Doctor Strange (2016)

Doctor Strange (2016)

Somehow, as the Marvel movies went along, they got increasingly crowded and cookie-cutter shaped, as all these heroes are obliged to share the same world. Here, it’s a thrill that director Scott Derrickson was allowed to flex the formula a bit, while focusing on making a character launch that stands on its own as a great movie. Like Tony Stark, Stephen Strange is a flawed playboy who suffers a humbling setback. Read more

1. Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

 Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked

Movies about teams of superheroes — “Suicide Squad,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron” — have, in a way, become the bane of the genre. Each team is attached to a powerful mythology, yet what the movies often come down to is: more characters, more tickets sold, more merchandise. But “Guardians of the Galaxy” is the greatest movie about a team of superheroes since Pixar’s “The Incredibles.” It’s the masterpiece, so far, of the Marvel Studios brand. It’s also the rare sci-fi blockbuster that has a renegade joy comparable to that of the first “Star Wars” film.Read more

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