Top 11 Marvel Movies

With the recent release of Thor: Ragnarok, its success has many people asking what truly are the top 11 Marvel movies? This list will compile many Marvel favorites and will look to explain each movie’s significance to both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and comic book movie fans worldwide. Will Thor: Ragnarok make the list? Find out below.

#1 Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The second installment in the Captain America trilogy, Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the best Marvel movie to this date. With some of the greatest hand to hand combat in any marvel movie, the spy-thriller story-line, and memorable score, this movie sets itself apart from the MCU. It turned Captain America, Bucky Barnes, and the Falcon into some of our most beloved heroes, while not relying on any typical Marvel joke in the process.

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#2 The Avengers

The Avengers was more than just a comic book movie. It was the first time in any comic book movie where multiple superheroes teamed up successfully, and would lay the groundwork for future Marvel and DC superhero movies to come. While the Winter Soldier's story line was more complex, one of the most memorable shots in cinema history belongs to the Avengers, and for that reason alone deserves a high ranking in this list. The feeling of superhero team-up movies will never be as it once was with this movie.

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#3 Thor: Ragnarok

The newest installment in the Thor trilogy, Thor: Ragnarok gives the audiences arguably more fun than any other marvel movie. With amazing visuals, bright color palettes, and lots of jokes, Thor Ragnarok takes probably the least interesting Marvel superhero, Thor, and transforms him, and this movie trilogy, into one of the best.

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#4 Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy was Marvel's biggest surprise hit over the last 10 years. Taking unknown superheroes and meshing them into this colorful movie with catchy song choices, Guardians of the Galaxy became an instant fan favorite. While many may be calling for this movie to be higher in the list, the movie's  weak villain Ronin the Accuser holds this movie back into the four spot.

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#5 Iron Man

The movie that started it all. Without the success of this movie, the MCU might not have existed thus far. While this movie may be dated a little, everyone forgets how important this movie was, how good it actually was, and how unlike other Marvel movies it had an actually decent villain character. This is Marvel's most underrated movie, but also one of it's best.

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#6 Captain America: Civil War

The third installment of the Captain America trilogy, Captain America: Civil War was yet another hit for Marvel. Introducing new characters, creating an interesting story arc of division within the avengers, and some of the best choreographed fight scenes, this movie does a lot of things well. The reason why it is number six is like many Marvel movies, it's villain is yet again the downfall.

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#7 Doctor Strange

One of Marvel's best origin stories, Doctor Strange took the world by surprise with some of the best visuals in any Marvel movie to date. While everyone loved the mystic arts of Doctor Strange, the world in which he lives also intrigued many audiences. With an average villain and plot, Doctor Strange is still worthy of the top 11 purely through visuals and the risk it took with introducing this character in the first place.

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#8 Spider-Man Homecoming

With the newest edition of Peter Parker, Spider-Man Homecoming did something that Marvel hasn't done since arguably Spider-Man 2, make a good Spider-Man movie. And that is what this movie is, good. With great acting all around and a great villain in the plot, Spider-man Homecoming makes the top 11 but cannot go higher than number 8 due to its forgettable plot, generic visuals, and cheesy jokes.

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#9 Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2

This movie was arguably one of Marvel's most anticipated sequels. Did it live up to the hype? Yes and no. Yes, by the fact it made audiences fall deeper in love with these characters and provided audiences with better visuals and jokes than the first one. No, because at its roots, it was a superhero movie with no real third act fight, a weak villain, and movie that turned into a comedy when at times it needed to be more dramatic and serious.

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#10 Captain America: The First Avenger

Captain America: The First Avenger, while not being Marvel's greatest origin story, did two things right that most Marvel movies don't. One, it set up a real and emotional love story between Steve Rogers and Agent Carter. Two, it had an interesting villain in Red Skull. Is it memorable as most other Marvel movies, maybe not, but overall it set up Captain America's character well enough to earn a top 11 spot.

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#11 Thor

Finally, Thor. This movie effectively used the "fish out of water" plot structure to its advantage and introduced Marvel's most interesting villain, Loki. Is it as re-watchable as other Marvel movies, maybe not, but this movie doesn't do a lot things as wrong as other films. It is a good movie.

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