Looking back on a decade of the best MCU movies
A better Avengers movie than the actual second Avengers movie. After many world-ending missions, Civil War tells a smaller, smarter story that never gets bogged down with windy introspection. Also, it totally nails Spidey's MCU debut.
The MCU's wackiest, most whimsical movie. Under director Taika Waititi, Chris Hemsworth cuts loose as the God of Thunder, with the Aussie actor gamely showing off his ample comedic chops.
This is where it all started. While Iron Man isn't the best Marvel movie, it deserves kudos for kicking off the MCU in style. The casting of Robert Downey Jr is a metallic masterstroke.
The ultimate vindication of Marvel's brave vision for a shared universe. The crowd-pleasing culmination of 22 movies, it'll be a long time before we see a film of such staggering scope again.
A wonderful, funny, and warm sci-fi scramble through some of the most exotic locations in the MCU. Arguably the best thing to happen to big screen space opera since Star Wars.
A movie that manages to be emotionally powerful and incredibly funny (often in the same scene). Its scale and scope are mind-bogglingly vast, and the character interactions are played perfectly.
Here it is. The best Marvel movie. The Winter Soldier set a new precedent for the MCU. It's a totally different take on the universe – a '70s Cold War thriller that doesn't put a foot wrong.
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