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Old 02-25-18, 02:44 PM
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Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

Figured we're due for another ranking thread now that Black Panther is out. Black Panther is the highest rated MCU movie critically, and has a chance to beat Avengers as the highest grossing one too. However, it feels like most people don't think it's the best movie though based on the reviews thread we have here.

We can do another one after Infinity War comes out

I used to keep Avengers as number one, but the more I catch Winter Soldier the more I still love it. I feel like at any point a lot of these would shift around, but I can kind of separate them in to tiers.

Top Tier:
Captain America: Winter Soldier
Marve's The Avengers
Iron Man

Middle Tier:
Captain America: Civil War
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Black Panther
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Guardians of the Galaxy
Thor: Ragnarok
Ant-Man
Captain America
Avengers: Age of Ultron

OK Tier
Doctor Strange
Thor
Iron Man 2
Thor: The Dark World
The Incredible Hulk
Iron Man 3

Sheesh, that's a lot of movies! I don't dislike any of them, and all of them are watchable for me. I honestly don't think Marvel has made a bad movie yet. I just hate aspects of Iron Man 3 the most
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Re: Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

Top Tier
Winter Soldier
Avengers
Iron Man
Civil War
Ragnarok

Middle Tier
GotG
GotG 2
Panther
Ant-Man
Avengers 2
Thor
Thor 2

OK Tier
Dr. Strange
Capt America 1
Iron Man 2
Iron Man 3

Didn't care for enough to own
Spiderman Homecoming
Hulk
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Re: Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

I’d probably rank them differently every day, they’re that close. Enjoy them all, probably would be in the 7 to 8.5 range on a 10 point scale.

But yeah, Iron Man 2 and 3 would be near the bottom, and Winter Soldier is probably number one. Black Panther may end up topping it, have to see it again.

And crap, somehow I haven’t seen Homecoming yet.
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Re: Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

Great:
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy 2
Captain America: Winter Soldier
Captain America: Civil War
Avengers

Good:
Ant-Man
Dr Strange

Average:
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Captain America

Bad:
Iron Man
Thor
Thor: The Dark World
Incredible Hulk

Haven't Seen:
Spider-man: Homecoming
Iron Man 2
Iron Man 3
Thor: Ragnarok
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Still can't get over how awesome it was to have a 70's paranoid, political thriller dressed up as a superhero flick. And the hell with CGI, let's blow some cars up for real!

Thor: Ragnarok
As Coppola once said, the only way to do a third film is to turn the concept on its head. They still have an Asgard storyline, but let's make that about 30% of the movie. The rest will be a giant diversion so we can tell (some of) the Planet Hulk story. And throw in as many goofy jokes as possible. And let's see a shot of Hulk's ass.
"This one time when we were children he transformed himself into a snake and he knows that I love snakes so I went pick up the snake to admire it and he transformed back into himself, and he was like, 'Ah! It's Me!,' and he stabbed me."

Thor: The Dark World
Fuck you! I like it! I like the mythology. I like weird, alien shit happening thousands of years ago. Also, Natalie Portman.

Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2
Bright and colorful like no other MCU film (except Ragnarok). But even better, James Gunn found a way to make a sci-fi/action film that's always using right angles to look at the conventions of its genre(s).

Guardians of the Galaxy
Even with a typical end-of-the-world plot, it never took itself too seriously. And it was nice to have a major film with essentially unknown characters.

Doctor Strange
Shifting realities, endless time loops, secret cities, slow motion lightning. Visually, the best of them all.

Avengers: Age of Ultron
In almost every way, just as good/bad as the first one. But James Spader is a damn fine villain.

Thor
Many were underwhelmed by this one. I won't argue with them too much. But I love that Thor's a hero with no dual identity. Like Conan, he's just an ass kicking fukcer who's only here to kick your ass. And again, Natalie Portman.

The Avengers
This is where they finally brought it all together. Entertaining as hell the first time. But less and less so each time after.

Iron Man
Despite how modern a character Tony Stark is, this is the most traditional film. Probably the best way they could have launched the franchise.

Ant-Man
Easily the funniest Marvel film. Badly needed right after Ultron. Maybe when Kevin Feige saw that a funny superhero move can still make half a billion dollars, he thought a change of pace for Thor would be a good idea and hired Waititi.

Captain America: The First Avenger
Something about this movie always feels very Plastic. Not sure how to better describe it, but Plastic feel like the right word.

Captain America: Civil War
Is it about Bucky, or the Avengers breaking apart? Before they merge, we spend most of the movie following what feels like two separate storylines. They should have finished off the Bucky stuff at the beginning of this film, or the end of the last one.

Iron Man 3
I probably enjoyed this one more than IM 1, but even when it was new it felt kind of dated. And pre-makeover Guy Pearce with the buck teeth, glasses and greasy hair? Did he have a pocket protector, too? (I don't remember, but I feel certain he did.)

Iron Man 2
Just a stepping stone to better things.

Spiderman: Homecoming
After three disappointing Spider-Man movies in a row, this one should have knocked it out of the park. And while I like that Peter is making mistakes while learning how to be a hero, why, why, why did they have a scene where he runs through several backyards and knocks over everything he touches? Isn't his agility and spidey-sense kinda like an instinct? He can swing between skyscrapers, but can't navigate a backyard?

The Incredible Hulk
Sort of hurts to put this one so low. Hulk might be my favorite superhero ever, but geez this movie was so routine. For all it's problems, Ang Lee's film at least had a soul.

Black Panther
I'll rank it when I see it. (I actually bought tickets to see it last wednesday, but had to cancel.)


God DAMN I can't believe this series is up to 18 films already. And two more coming out by July.

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Re: Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

Those with the same score aren't in a particular order. This is roughly how I'd rank them.

Thor Ragnarok 4/5

Guardians of the Galaxy 3.5/5
Iron Man 3.5/5

Thor 3/5
Doctor Strange 3/5
Captain America: The Winter Soldier 3/5
Captain America Civil War 3/5
Ant Man 3/5
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 3/5
Thor: The Dark World 3/5
Captain America: The First Avenger 3/5
The Incredible Hulk 3/5

Spiderman Homecoming 2.5/5
Avengers: Age of Ultron 2.5/5
The Avengers 2.5/5

Iron Man 2 2/5
Iron Man 3 2/5
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Re: Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

Originally Posted by Dr. Mantle
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Still can't get over how awesome it was to have a 70's paranoid, political thriller dressed up as a superhero flick. And the hell with CGI, let's blow some cars up for real!

Thor: Ragnarok
As Coppola once said, the only way to do a third film is to turn the concept on its head. They still have an Asgard storyline, but let's make that about 30% of the movie. The rest will be a giant diversion so we can tell (some of) the Planet Hulk story. And throw in as many goofy jokes as possible. And let's see a shot of Hulk's ass.
"This one time when we were children he transformed himself into a snake and he knows that I love snakes so I went pick up the snake to admire it and he transformed back into himself, and he was like, 'Ah! It's Me!,' and he stabbed me."

Thor: The Dark World
Fuck you! I like it! I like the mythology. I like weird, alien shit happening thousands of years ago. Also, Natalie Portman.

Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2
Bright and colorful like no other MCU film (except Ragnarok). But even better, James Gunn found a way to make a sci-fi/action film that's always using right angles to look at the conventions of its genre(s).

Guardians of the Galaxy
Even with a typical end-of-the-world plot, it never took itself too seriously. And it was nice to have a major film with essentially unknown characters.

Doctor Strange
Shifting realities, endless time loops, secret cities, slow motion lightning. Visually, the best of them all.

Avengers: Age of Ultron
In almost every way, just as good/bad as the first one. But James Spader is a damn fine villain.

Thor
Many were underwhelmed by this one. I won't argue with them too much. But I love that Thor's a hero with no dual identity. Like Conan, he's just an ass kicking fukcer who's only here to kick your ass. And again, Natalie Portman.

The Avengers
This is where they finally brought it all together. Entertaining as hell the first time. But less and less so each time after.

Iron Man
Despite how modern a character Tony Stark is, this is the most traditional film. Probably the best way they could have launched the franchise.

Ant-Man
Easily the funniest Marvel film. Badly needed right after Ultron. Maybe when Kevin Feige saw that a funny superhero move can still make half a billion dollars, he thought a change of pace for Thor would be a good idea and hired Waititi.

Captain America: The First Avenger
Something about this movie always feels very Plastic. Not sure how to better describe it, but Plastic feel like the right word.

Captain America: Civil War
Is it about Bucky, or the Avengers breaking apart? Before they merge, we spend most of the movie following what feels like two separate storylines. They should have finished off the Bucky stuff at the beginning of this film, or the end of the last one.

Iron Man 3
I probably enjoyed this one more than IM 1, but even when it was new it felt kind of dated. And pre-makeover Guy Pearce with the buck teeth, glasses and greasy hair? Did he have a pocket protector, too? (I don't remember, but I feel certain he did.)

Iron Man 2
Just a stepping stone to better things.

Spiderman: Homecoming
After three disappointing Spider-Man movies in a row, this one should have knocked it out of the park. And while I like that Peter is making mistakes while learning how to be a hero, why, why, why did they have a scene where he runs through several backyards and knocks over everything he touches? Isn't his agility and spidey-sense kinda like an instinct? He can swing between skyscrapers, but can't navigate a backyard?

The Incredible Hulk
Sort of hurts to put this one so low. Hulk might be my favorite superhero ever, but geez this movie was so routine. For all it's problems, Ang Lee's film at least had a soul.

Black Panther
I'll rank it when I see it. (I actually bought tickets to see it last wednesday, but had to cancel.)


God DAMN I can't believe this series is up to 18 films already. And two more coming out by July.
Probably not the best guy to cite, considering how The Godfather: Part III turned out.

Glad I'm not the only one.

Agreed.
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For me Marvel has done about a half dozen truly amazing movies (Iron Man, The Avengers, CA: Winter Soldier, CA: Civil War, GoTG Vol. 1 and 2 and maybe even the first Thor and even the first CA). The rest of the movies have been good to great. For me they havn't done a bad movie. A lot of shit gets thrown at Iron Man 2, GotG Vol. 2, Doctor Strange, the Incredible Hulk and especially Thor: Dark World, but even any of these i enjoyed a lot when i first saw them.
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Re: Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

OK hmm... In order of preference

Top Tier - What I consider the best of what Marvel has to offer
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The Avengers
Guardians of the Galaxy
Avengers: Infinity War
Dr. Strange
Captain America: The First Avenger
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Black Panther

Mid Tier - More "standard" but quality entries to the Marvel canon
Thor: Ragnarok
Captain America: Civil War
Iron Man
Thor: The Dark World
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Iron Man 3
Incredible Hulk

Lower Tier - Less essential or problematic entries in their catalog
Thor
Ant Man
Iron Man 2

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Re: Rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies - Black Panther Edition

Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The Avengers
Captain America: The First Avenger
Iron Man 2
Iron Man
Guardians of the Galaxy
Incredible Hulk
Ant Man
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Black Panther
Dr. Strange
Thor
Thor: Ragnarok
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Captain America: Civil War
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Thor: The Dark World
Iron Man 3

I like all of them, but the last two are just OK, IMO.
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Excellent:
Captain America: Civil War
Captain America: Winter Soldier
The Avengers
Guardians of the Galaxy

Good:
Iron Man
Thor: Ragnarok
Black Panther
Captain America
Ant-Man

Average at best:
Doctor Strange
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Thor
Iron Man 2
Thor: The Dark World
Spider-Man: Homecoming
The Incredible Hulk
Iron Man 3

Guess I'm not as big a diehard as others.
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I really enjoy all of them but the Captain America series and Guardians are my favorite series from the MCU so far

First Tier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
Black Panther (2018)
The Avengers (2012)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)


Second Tier
Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
Iron Man (2008)
Iron Man 3 (2013)
Thor: The Dark World (2013)
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
Ant-Man (2015)

Third Tier
Thor (2011)
Doctor Strange (2016)
The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Iron Man 2 (2010)
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Originally Posted by Osiris3657
Excellent:
Captain America: Civil War
Captain America: Winter Soldier
The Avengers
Guardians of the Galaxy

Good:
Iron Man
Thor: Ragnarok
Black Panther
Captain America
Ant-Man

Average at best:
Doctor Strange
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Thor
Iron Man 2
Thor: The Dark World
Spider-Man: Homecoming
The Incredible Hulk
Iron Man 3

Guess I'm not as big a diehard as others.
I mostly agree with this except with the Guardians 2 and Spider-Man Homecoming rating
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Greatness
Black Panther
Captain America Trilogy
Ant-Man

Good
Thor Films (haven't seen Ragnarok)
GotG
Dr. Strange
Avengers

Decent, but Ultimately Meh
GotGV2
Spider-Man Homecoming
Avengers: Age of Ultron


Hot Garbage! Fuck these films!
Iron Man trilogy
Hulk Film

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Hot Garbage! Fuck these films!
Iron Man trilogy
Hulk Films
There's only one Hulk film in the MCU
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Originally Posted by Obi-Wan Jabroni
There's only one Hulk film in the MCU
Still sucked...
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Still sucked...
If, by sucked you mean kicked ass in it's awesomeness, then, yeah - it sucked.

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Wow, I didn’t think anyone hated IM1.
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Wow, I didnít think anyone hated IM1.
Didn't hate it. It was ok. The other 2 were shit and brought the trilogy down. For me IM was much better with other heroes. That's when he is awesome playing off of other heroes etc.
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If, by sucked you mean kicked ass in it's awesomeness, then, yeah - it sucked.

Hey, everyone reacts differently to sucking. There is no right or wrong way. More power to ya.
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I am amazed by the love for Winter Soldier and Civil War, I found them completely forgettable but I also do not like the Captain America character at all.

Really I find them all below average to bad with the excpetion of

GOTG
Thor: Ragnarok

And to a lesser extent the first Iron Man

I will never watch any of the others again, and hated a few like Avengers 2 and Civil War.
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Not trying to troll but why the hate for Spider-Man: Homecoming? Genuinely curious as I just bought it but haven't opened it yet. If it sucks that badly I may not keep it, don't need duds in my collection.
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Originally Posted by kd5
Not trying to troll but why the hate for Spider-Man: Homecoming? Genuinely curious as I just bought it but haven't opened it yet. If it sucks that badly I may not keep it, don't need duds in my collection.
Homecoming is pretty well regarded and was well reviewed; i'm actually surprised a good amount of people are rating it average to poor, since it certainly didn't feel like that in the review thread.
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1. Iron Man
2. Captain America: Civil War
3. Thor: Ragnarok
4. Guardians of the Galaxy
4.5 Black Panther
5. Spider-Man: Homecoming
6. Doctor Strange
7. The Avengers
8. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
9. Ant-Man
10. Thor
11. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
12. Thor: The Dark World
13. Captain America: The First Avenger
14. Iron Man 3
15. Avengers: Age of Ultron
16. The Incredible Hulk
17. Iron Man 2
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Originally Posted by fumanstan
Homecoming is pretty well regarded and was well reviewed; i'm actually surprised a good amount of people are rating it average to poor, since it certainly didn't feel like that in the review thread.
With a little research, I've noticed that too. I've read reviews from multiple places, visited Amazon, Rotten Tomatoes, the reviews threads here, everyone gives it favorable reviews. I believe I've come to the conclusion that it's become fashionable to low-ball it just in this thread, which makes me feel like at the very least I didn't waste my money.

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