Which Mavel film is the best

The MCU has already produced over 23 superhero blockbusters. But what are the best Marvel movies? This is our ultimate top 10 ranking.

Mirror Mirror on the wall. Who's the best in all of Marvel Land? While Black Widow Has to wait for their theatrical release, Marvel fans can comfort themselves with Disney + - with the exception of the Iron Man films, almost all of them can be seen. Reason enough to give us the ten best films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to look more closely.

MCU Top 10: The 10 Best Marvel Movies

A universe of 23 films. Our editorial team put the heroes' heads together, selected ten that we liked particularly well and put them into this ranking.

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10. Ant-Man (2015)

In addition to the Guardians-of-the-GalaxyMovies, Ant-Man is for sure the funniest Marvel movie. Paul Rudd, as Loser with a six-pack, is laughing to death. And Evangeline Lilly as the future Wasp has all ants under control, whether small or human. Ant-Man's colleague Michael Pena also left a lasting impression. If Marvel ever did a synopsis of all the films, Pena would have to perform it. By the way: You can find our review of Ant-Man and the Wasp here.

9. Captain Marvel (2019)

Marvel fans have not only been waiting for the first female superhero in a leading role for 10 years. What Captain Marvel makes it so special? The casual mix of 90s charm, blockbusters and grunge looks. A Origin story for both Captain Marvel as well as the popular eye patch Nick Fury. Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) Save the world, and give the Avengers their name. One weakness of the film, however, is its relative strength, even spaceships like that of the dancing bear Ronan The Accuser are destroyed in no time at all. But then again, it is precisely this strength that could help the Avengers in their fight against Thanos. Read our review here.

Captain Steve Rogers. When it comes to the best Marvel movies, it can't be missing.

8. The Return of the First Avenger (2014)

Not all superhero films never need an action ending. More like a Spy thriller raised wanting Captain America (Chris Evans), Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johannson) prevent the launch of three helicopters with pre-emptive strike capabilities. Make disguises, intrigues, and even fake murders Return of the First Avenger to the superhero film with a difference.

7. Black Panther (2018)

Wakanda Forever! Black panther (Chadwick Boseman) avenges his father's death and must protect his homeland from itself. Director Ryan Coogler breathes depth into the Marvel universe, including an Oscar nomination. Fantastic locations, futuristic cities and a villain (Killmonger, Michael B. Jordan) whose motives are not so thoughtful.

6th Doctor Strange (2016)

The best Marvel movies without Doctor Strange? Unthinkable. While other superheroes use their fists (or lasers or hammers or shields) to solve their problems, Dr. Stephen Strange magic. We see his perfectly embodied by Benedict Cumberbatch Change from surgeon to Sorcerer Supreme. An impressive group of supporting actors (Tilda Swinton, Benedict Wong, Mads Mikkelsen) and the best superhero cape ever round off what is probably the trippiest Marvel film.

More than 10 years ago nobody could have expected Tony Stark to be trapped in space - without food, without fuel.

5. Iron Man (2008)

It all started in a cave in Afghanistan. Not just the meteoric rise of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark. It was that too The entire Marvel Cinematic Universe was born. Director (and chauffeur) Jon Favreau created the basis for over ten years of successful entertainment. Opponent Obadiah Crane (Jeff Bridges) never had a chance against this overwhelming star power.

4th Thor: Decision Day (2017)

There are three Thor films (top value, on par with Iron man). Three films that couldn't be more different. While Thor 1 was a Kenneth Branagh costume film, the second smelled like dark elves high into the sky. Thor: Decision day or Ragnarok instead relies on them comedic roots of its director (Taika Waititi, What We Do in the Shadows). And with success. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and colleague Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) literally set heaven and earth in motion to defeat Thor's half-sister and have a lot of fun. Therefore 3rd place in our top 10 ranking

3. Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

Bigger, stronger, harder. The Avengers threw everything into battle in Infinity War. But it wasn't enough for Thanos (Josh Brolin). His plan and trickery to get hold of all five Infinity Stones were too overpowering. Infinity War is a comic film through and through. Breathtaking mass battles, human weaknesses and flying shreds. The developing teamwork between the Avengers is particularly easy to see. And in the end the villain actually wins.

2. Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Hooked on a feeling! One catchy tune chases the next in this one colorful action spectacle. Starlord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket Raccoon and Groot are a dysfunctional superhero family whose secret weapon is the power of dance. Make timeless humor and soundtrack Guardians of the Galaxy a masterpiece, not just for superhero fans.

If this were a ranking of the best films, Guardians would probably win. But we're looking for the best Marvel superhero film, and there is only one option:

1. Avengers: Endgame (2019)

How can you top the greatest clash of superheroes? It's simple: you do it again, only better. Avengers: Endgame gives its characters more time to develop, gives the plot more emotional weight and still maintains the action standard of the predecessor. In addition, of course, the film also deserves bonus points for having achieved the impossible, a worthy one To be the culmination of a series spanning 23 films over 11 years. Even the galactically must have fun Guardians hire back. A spectacle for eternity! Read our review here.


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