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Marvel's Cinematic Universe: Worst to Best

With the release of 'Black Panther' upon us, let's rank some movies for no reason.

I'm hype for this.

I haven't seen Black Panther yet, it's not on the list; why don't you let me know where you'd rank it? Tweet me.

Marvel's Cinematic Universe is the only cinematic universe currently functioning and is generally considered to deliver pretty consistently solid films. Let's just see how I feel about that.

17. 'Thor: The Dark World'

Bye, Natalie.

What a bag of boring shit. Red stuff, elves, something?

16. 'Iron Man 2'

Whips McGee.

Oh, this is bad; every time I try to watch it I fall asleep. Can't even remember what happens but this is the one with the suit-case.

15. 'Thor'

Remember when Thor wasn't amazing.

This is a nothing film. Thor fights... The Destroyer, I think?

14. 'Captain America: The First Avenger'

That review quote is an absolute lie.

Again, a nothing film, but stuff happens. Red skull is pretty cool.

13. 'The Incredible Hulk'

Bye, Ed.

I'd rather watch Hulk and Abomination smash shit than watch the previous films. I enjoyed Edward Norton but Mark Ruffalo is clearly better in the role.

12. 'Ant-Man'

Oh sooo funny.

This is a fine film, whatever. Heists and Paul Rudd. They handle Ant-Man's powers pretty well, I'm excited to see them expand upon that in the upcoming films Avengers: Infinity War and Ant-Man and The Wasp like they did in Captain America: Civil War.

11. 'Iron Man 3'

OK then?

I had fun, people got angry, it's the good side of whatever.

I might give this film extra credit simply for opening with Eiffel 65 - "Blue (Da Ba De)"

10. 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron'


Hey, remember last time? Let's do that, but not as good, with robots. I like Ultron. I like the new characters, except Quicksilver, but luckily *SPOILER* he dead.

9. 'Guardians Of The Galaxy 2'

Daddy issues.

So much colour. So many bantz. Groot.

8. 'Doctor Strange'

Fucking time, man.

It took me half an hour to settle into Bellyflop Clutchybae's American accent. It's a bit different and I'm a fan of different.

7. 'Iron Man'

Bye, Terrence.

What a fucking solid movie. I mean, the villain is a bit meh but till.

6. 'The Avengers' / 'Avengers Assemble'

That circling shot tho.

It's just soooo gooood. You don't need me to tell you about it, you know.

5. 'Guardians Of The Galaxy'

We are Groot.

I love Groot. Everyone loves Groot. Everyone in this is awesome. The music is awesome. Just yes, all the yes.

4. 'Thor: Ragnarok'

Piss off, ghost.

Right, fuck me, couldn't stop laughing. Hulk is amazing, Thor is amazing, everyone is amazing. The villain ins't shit. That song. Korg.

3. 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Best Spider-Man film.

Look at that jacket. Vulture is great. Tom Holland is great. The timeline in the MCU was a bit of a curveball but OK. Zendaya's amazing. Jacob Batalon is amazing. Donald Glover is in this film for like 2 minutes and he's obviously great. I'm so happy.

2. 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'

Russo Brothers for life.

Captain America's sequels are well acknowledged to be the 'Not An Avengers But Basically An Avengers Film' and fuck me, are they good. The action scenes in this are just incredible. Just, this is No. 2. I'm right shut up.

1. 'Captain America: Civil War'


All the people. All the action. All the wit. I actually love the Russo Brothers; they're the best directors Marvel have. So fucking good. I can't wait for Infinity War; all our lives are gunna be put on hold for like, at least a week when that happens.

?. 'Black Panther'

My friend has seen it and from what I can tell he would put it at about 8th.

Before I even see it, I feel this film is going to be very culturally important for many people and the film industry itself. Hopefully, it makes enough money to give Hollywood a bit more of a shove in the right direction, because of the last two years I think they've made some serious progress. It's not perfect yet, but it's at least a work in progress rather than an idea we're trying to sell them.

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