The Best Marvel Movies
A few months back, Fred made a list of his favorite movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I, however, have my own opion on what can be considered the best Marvel movies, and I am here today to share it with you.
Rather than go through every MCU movie ever made, I will just go through my top 5, with descriptions about why those are my favorites. I haven’t watched all the Marvel movies, but I have watched almost all of them. The only ones I haven’t watched are: The Incredible Hulk, Ironman 2, Ironman 3, Thor 2, Ant-man and Captain Marvel but I have watched all the others. So let’s just go through them.
Number 5: Avengers Endgame
Endgame is an AMAZING movie you just have to watch in the Cinema. It has a really good story and it’s the perfect end to the original Avengers’ story. Endgame is not in my top 3 because I think that there’s other movies there’s better, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t a good movie. I really like how they make time traveling work, so there’s two dimensions.
There is a couple of things in the movie that makes me put the movie in a fifth place. The first thing is the “wormholes”. Yeah, it’s pretty cool how everyone just comes out and stops Thanos’ army, but how did they just make everyone be ready to fight Thanos? And how did they find everyone? It just doesn’t make much sense for me.
The other think that I’m not a huge fan of, is the way that all the ladies just comes out from every side and makes “girl power”. We know that there’s a lot of strong women in the movie. You don’t have to make them stand out and save Peter. Maybe one or two of the girls could do it but it didn’t have to be all of them. Otherwise it’s a really good movie, and that’s why it’s in my top 5 of best Marvel Movies.
Number 4: Spiderman Far From Home
Far From Home is a really good movie. It fits perfectly in after Endgame. I like how you can see that Peter is just a teenager who’s trying to figure out life, after losing his second father figure.
Peter likes MJ, who doesn’t know he’s Spiderman, and he’s trying to ask her out, but he’s also trying to figure out how to be a superhero without Tony being there to help him.
Number 3: Avengers Infinity War
I really like Infinity War because I like how they make everyone meet, and all the stories unite. That is something I really like.
I also like how the Guardians don’t know who the Avengers are and how the Avengers don’t know who the Guardians are, even though they have the same job.
The only difference between the Guardians and the Avengers are that Avengers work on earth, and Guardians in space. I don’t know what more to say, it’s just a really good movie.
Number 2: Spiderman Homecoming
Homecoming was actually the first Marvel movie I ever watched, and since I hadn’t watched Civil War, I had no clue what was going on in the beginning.
But despite that I still thought that it was an AMAZING movie. Spiderman have been my favorite superhero ever since I was a little kid.
So watching Homecoming was really exciting for me, because I hadn’t watched the other Spiderman movies. I only watched the animated TV-show, so I didn’t know what he would look like if he was a real person. Tom Holland lived up to all my expectations.
Number 1: Thor Ragnarok
Thor Ragnarok is my favorite MCU movie because it’s funny, and it has some religion in it too and yeah, it’s just good.
I have watched it twice and I laughed both times, even though I knew what would happen. I also really like that you see an other side of Loki, and see that he isn’t all bad and that he want to help his home.
We hadn’t seen Hulk since Age of Ultron, so I like that we get his story too, even though the movie isn’t about him.