On christmas Avengers: Infinity War will be released on Netflix, I am quite excited, and since it’s not long until christmas why not make a list about the marvel cinematic universe? We will be looking at the best first installments in movie series in the marvel cinematic universe, so no sequels like The Winter Soldier, Ant Man and the Wasp or Iron Man 3, without further ado, let’s start!
Arguably one of my favourite movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as whole, this movie follows Stephen Strange, a doctor who crashed his car and hge must go to Nepal to heal it, then he must unlikely beacome a hero and defend the world from Dormammu. I loved the special effects and CGI in the movie, it looked so impressive and awesomne! The story is also very good, this is one of few Marvel movies in which I was never bored – darthvadern
The Incredible Hulk
I didn’t think I would love this movie as much as I do, but it’s a masterpiece! The brazilian setting was excellent and I love how it feels different from the rest of the MCU, but then agian this was the second MCU movie. This is also one of few times in which I prefer the first half over the second half in a movie, and that’s saying how awesomne it is! – darthvadern
A close second is Ant-Man, one of the most underrated MCU movies. Ant-Man is a superhero who can beacome very small like an ant and can command ants. This was a very exciting movie overall and I recommend it very much even if you’re not a Marvel fan. It’s also super funny! I mean the final battle was not only exciting, but funny – darthvadern
Guardians of the Galaxy
This movie had lit special effects! Five criminals work togheter to stop Ronan and Thanos rom getting a mysterous orb that most likely contains an infinty stone, now it was a while ago I saw this movie so correct me of I’m wrong. But I remember really loving this movie, it kinda feels seperated from the MCU mostly due to having no other MCU character like Steve Rogers and Tony Stark at all, and I like it. While the sequel is good too, I prefer this one more – darthvadern
One of the most known MCU movies, and for good reason. It’s the first movie in which we got to see all of the superheroes work togheter, this time to stop Loki. It’s a very exciting movie with tons of action and it’s pretty good, it did a great job introducing the characters as well after their adventures in previous movies – darthvadern
This is right after the 2014 Spiderman with Andrew Garfield flopped at the box office.
Even though this movie is quite overrated, I really liked it still. Now, this movie definitely felt a bit corny and cheesy at times with Tom Holland as Spider-Man and the more teenage enviroment, it was still a great movie neverthless. Vulture was an amazing villian with simple but great motivations! He also looked badass! Overall a great movie, but I prefer the Raimi trilogy over this one far more – darthvadern
This is a movie most people hate or at least don’t think is that good. I personally agree with the latter. While it’s a good movie it definitely has flaws! One of the movies biggest flaws is how it takes place so much on Earth it doesn’t really feel like a real movie about Thor, I mean this movie’s based on the norse god Thor who lives in Asgard, but because of reasons he is banished from there and is sent to Midgard, AKA the Earth, and it’s boring. Well, at least it’s still an ok movie – darthvadern
Captain America: The First Avenger
Quite a good movie although forgettable. Although The Winter Soldier is miles better, I thought this was at least better than Civil War (which is in my opinion one of the most overrated MCU movies ever). Taking place before the events of the MCU, Steve Rogers, a young man decides to be a World War II soldier to defeat the Nazis. The main antagonist is quite creepy too as it’s Red Skull, while this movie definitely is forgettable, it’s still decent – darthvadern
Iron Man and Black Panther are the only movies on the list I haven’t seen yet – darthvadern
I haven’t seen it yet – darthvadern