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(all wrote on notepad without internet, so spelling mistakes (especially in names) may be a thing, will edit when I have better internet.)


I saw IGN do one of these, and there was so much I didn't agree with I wanted to make one of my own. Of course it goes without saying this is entirely based on my personal satisfaction with the movies, it is judged by no other standard. Also non-marvel movies and the TV shows don't count on this list.

12.The Incredible Hulk


This was just an overall bad movie. I didn't really enjoy any part of it. The plot was next to non-existent the characters were bland and uninteresting, and overall I just can't think of anything there is to enjoy in this movie. Even the action is unsatisfying.

11.Iron Man 3


I don't hate this movie. But I don't really like it either. And that's not just because of the Mandarin, I really didn't mind that. The over all feel of this movie felt off to me, I maybe could have lived with that if not for the ending. That's what killed the movie for me. First off, blowing up the suits was so incredibly stupid, any character development they did in this movie goes out the window. Second, it confused everyone when after he did that he threw his heart in to the ocean.... Then next time we see him he has a suit again. So what was the point of this movie? It could be taken out of the MCU and nothing would change. It really brings nothing to the table and I could do without it.

10.Age of Ultron


I also don't hate Age of Ultron, it did some things really well. I couldn't have been happier how one of my favorite Avengers, The Vision, was brought to life on the screen. There's a ton of other awesome parts in this movie as well, Clint's farm house, Scarlet Witch, Ultron, etc. yet for some reason when it was all over, I just couldn't help but feel disappointed. The movie feels broken, the flow was so off and one liners end every scene. I would like to say this is mainly do to the insane amount of content cut from the movie, but thanks to Whedon we'll never know for sure. I don't think this was a bad movie like I kind of think the last two on the list were, but what should have been a great movie considering all that went in to it and the hype leading up to it was just an OK movie.

9. Thor: The Dark World


I was surprised this one ended up so far down on my list, because I really enjoyed this movie while watching it. But while making this list I realized, nothing in the movie really stood out to me. There's nothing extremely memorable to it like many of Marvel's other movies. Which is sad, because I really felt a lot was done right in this movie. 8.Iron Man 2 Shoot me, I really like Iron Man 2. It's a really fun movie with lots of nice action. And hey, I enjoy the world building and all the setting up for future movies, I actually felt that added to the movie. There's a lot of great and memorable moments in this movie I often think back to, and a lot of cool Easter Eggs as well. Without this movie, the MCU would not be what it is today, so respect to it. 7.Thor Thor was a really nice movie. Like all others before it on this list it doesn't stand out in the crowd too much, but not all movies have to to be good. (But let's just forget about Natalia Portman) It really brought the classic story of Marvel's Thor to life in a new (and in my opinion better) way. The new worlds and concepts it introduced were amazing. Plus the casting (again forgetting Jane) could not have been done better, Thor, Loki, Oden, Heimdall, they were all amazing. I'm deeply satisfied with how Marvel studios handled this character.

8.Iron Man 2

Shoot me, I really like Iron Man 2. It's a really fun movie with lots of nice action. And hey, I enjoy the world building and all the setting up for future movies, I actually felt that added to the movie. There's a lot of great and memorable moments in this movie I often think back to, and a lot of cool Easter Eggs as well. Without this movie, the MCU would not be what it is today, so respect to it.

7.Thor


Thor was a really nice movie. Like all others before it on this list it doesn't stand out in the crowd too much, but not all movies have to to be good. (But let's just forget about Natalia Portman) It really brought the classic story of Marvel's Thor to life in a new (and in my opinion better) way. The new worlds and concepts it introduced were amazing. Plus the casting (again forgetting Jane) could not have been done better, Thor, Loki, Oden, Heimdall, they were all amazing. I'm deeply satisfied with how Marvel studios handled this character.

6.Iron Man


Of course the man who started it all, the Iron Man. This movie really made everyone rethink what a super hero movie could be, and it started my favorite film franchise of all time. I have to criticize it from some suggestive elements though, they really bug me, without them this movie would rank much higher on the list.

5. Guardians of the Galaxy


I don't think anyone saw this one coming. I was one of the few people who knew who this team was long before the movie was announce (Thank you Earth's Mightiest Heroes) but I was still surprised they were getting a movie. What they did with it was so unexpected, so different, so unique, few can say this movie isn't at the least enjoyable. The world building was just fantastic, I couldn't have been happier. 4.Ant Man (spoiler alert) Now this was the last film I saw, so it's place on the list could change in the future. But I really really enjoyed Ant Man. It felt like near everything was done perfectly aside from a few plot holes (But we can all get over the science of it right?). This was the Ant Man I've always wanted, but in no other medium was Marvel able to provide. It introduces some fantastic world building those who aren't in to that sort of thing don't even realize they're being fed, as well as great characters and plot. Hank Pym totally sold this movie, he was done so well I can't put it in to words how happy I am. The movie is actually one of the smallest (not just for pun but also so to speak) movies in scale, yet unlike Iron Man 3, while being self contained, it's going to have a huge effect on the MCU plot overall with all it introduced. Ant Man was an underdog from the start, and it came through big time. 3.Captain America: The First Avenger A lot of people say this movie was lackluster, but I love it. Captain America has been my favorite Marvel Hero for a long time, so perhaps I'm a bit bias. But this movie is just so enjoyable for me, from the world war II setting, the Howling Commandos, world building, and overall feel of the movie. The only thing I still don't like about it is (extremely controversial thought here) the casting of Chris Evans. I really don't like him, and I don't think he's right for Cap. But hey, that's just me.

4.Ant Man (spoiler alert)

Now this was the last film I saw, so it's place on the list could change in the future. But I really really enjoyed Ant Man. It felt like near everything was done perfectly aside from a few plot holes (But we can all get over the science of it right?). This was the Ant Man I've always wanted, but in no other medium was Marvel able to provide. It introduces some fantastic world building those who aren't in to that sort of thing don't even realize they're being fed, as well as great characters and plot. Hank Pym totally sold this movie, he was done so well I can't put it in to words how happy I am. The movie is actually one of the smallest (not just for pun but also so to speak) movies in scale, yet unlike Iron Man 3, while being self contained, it's going to have a huge effect on the MCU plot overall with all it introduced. Ant Man was an underdog from the start, and it came through big time.

3.Captain America: The First Avenger

A lot of people say this movie was lackluster, but I love it. Captain America has been my favorite Marvel Hero for a long time, so perhaps I'm a bit bias. But this movie is just so enjoyable for me, from the world war II setting, the Howling Commandos, world building, and overall feel of the movie. The only thing I still don't like about it is (extremely controversial thought here) the casting of Chris Evans. I really don't like him, and I don't think he's right for Cap. But hey, that's just me.


2. Avengers


To me, this film leaves nothing to dislike, it took my favorite concept in all of comic books and brought it to life in the most perfect way possible. Let me just start naming some of the awesome; The Avengers, Helicarrier, the Hulk being done right for once, The Avengers, Coulson, Loki, Schrwarma, perfectly done action, world building, The Avengers, and so on. I've also found the movie is extremely approachable even by people who haven't seen any other movies in the MCU, and they all seem to enjoy it. It's a legendary movie, and extremely quotable. 1. Captain America: Winter Solder This may even be my favorite movie of all time. It's so well done, even my friend who hates Captain America (he's weird) thought it was amazing. The plot is one of the deeper and unexpected in the MCU, and it changes everything. I feel like I should be able to write more about why I love this movie so much, but it's hard to explain. Strangely I was never too hyped for this movie going in to it, I was extremely familiar with the Winter Solder plot line, so I didn't think there was too much to be unexpected, but boy was a I wrong. It's going to take a really good movie to top this one on my list.

1. Captain America: Winter Solder


This may even be my favorite movie of all time. It's so well done, even my friend who hates Captain America (he's weird) thought it was amazing. The plot is one of the deeper and unexpected in the MCU, and it changes everything. I feel like I should be able to write more about why I love this movie so much, but it's hard to explain. Strangely I was never too hyped for this movie going in to it, I was extremely familiar with the Winter Solder plot line, so I didn't think there was too much to be unexpected, but boy was a I wrong. It's going to take a really good movie to top this one on my list.

I'd really like to see everyone else do a list like this so we can see and compare our points of view on them.

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