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Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe: from Worst to Best

I haven’t had the chance to update my ranking for the MCU but now, I can. And now that we have the shows this list doesn’t only include the movies but the shows too. Enjoy!

25. The Incredible Hulk


It’s still at the bottom of the list and most likely, always will.

24. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2


This movie has dropped down the ladder drastically over the years. As much as I loved the first film this movie just gets on my nerves, besides the fact that it’s gorgeous.

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies, Ranked by IMDb

23 movies, 23 rankings, which movie will be on top? Let’s see what the critics and the audience decide.

23. The Incredible Hulk: 6.7/10 stars


Even among IMDb voters this movie will always be the worst film in the MCU.

22. Captain America: The First Avenger: 6.9/10 stars


I love this movie but apparently there aren’t a lot of people who perceive it with as much love as I do. And it’s understandable. When I first watched it I wasn’t a fan either but after the conclusion of the Infinity Saga this film feels so much more poignant and lovable.

I’m an unapologetic fan of this movie.

21. Thor: The Dark World: 6.9/10 stars


Thor: The Dark World is convoluted. On one side the film tries to stay in the same epic/romantic narrative sense as Thor but then it veers away from the seriousness and tries to be as comical as Thor: Ragnarok, producing a movie that is both fun and forgettable at the same time.

20. Captain Marvel: 6.9/10 stars


Captain Marvel is a cool character but her debut film is BORING…until it isn’t. The last twenty-thirty minutes are rewarding but unfortunately those last minutes aren’t enough to save this movie.

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Captain America: Secret War (THIRTY-EIGHT)

The Hunter had been summoned to see Secretary Ross. Apparently, Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson, Natasha Romanoff, and Wanda Maximoff had been sighted in New York City stopping a group of HYDRA terrorists threatening to blow up a few buildings and kill thousands.

He knew what Secretary Ross wanted him to do. Find the fugitives and capture them, dead or alive, but that wasn’t The Hunter’s agenda. Not after what had just transpired; a strange bald woman in yellow had appeared before him and told him of this mind-boggling thing that had happened involving herself, the fugitives, and, surprisingly, him. When he confronted her with the prospect that she was lying she simply smiled, telling him things about himself that only he knew to be true.

It was then that he realized this wasn’t a fancy prank.

Now, as he entered the room where Secretary Ross’s temples seemed as if they were ready to bulge out of his head, a small smile came to his lips.

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Captain America: Secret War (THIRTY-FIVE)

The plan was simple. Fight off Dr. Frost’s army and rescue King T’Challa and the Wakandan named Nakia. Unfortunately, things were never that straightforward.

Dr. Frost’s army was equipped with powerful weapons, making the venture through Parliament a little more perilous. Once again Steve found himself missing his shield as he was forced to dance about dodging bullets and laser blasts while taking down the soldiers with powerful punches and kicks.

Nick Fury, Agent Hill, and Sharon Carter were handling themselves pretty well as they shot through the throng of enemies blocking their path around every corner. Princess Shuri and General Okoye moved through the enemy lines with relative ease, proving once again the superiority of the Wakandans. Colonel Rhodes was pretty well off, relegating to using his suit as coveted armor as he performed hand-to-hand combat to avoid decimating Parliament’s halls with explosions and machine-gun shrapnel. And The Hunter…The Hunter was proving why he had been such a tough opponent to fight as he moved through the HYDRA soldiers with an unnerving lack of effortlessness.

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Captain America: Secret War (TWENTY-FIVE)

It was nighttime in London and spirits were low. Londoners were afraid to leave their homes and local businesses were closed. It was only the international chains and hotels that were still functioning along as normal. But the fear was definitely in the air.

Under the cloak of darkness, ten SUVs rolled up to Parliament, dodging the smoking wreckage still littering the streets. Each of these cars held powerful rulers of the world who had all been summoned there to speak with the terrorist that was spreading terror through the globe and the tension was palpable.

Secretary Ross sat in the SUV with the President who looked grim as ever.

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Another Story for Black Panther

Here’s another short story featuring the brave king/superhero, Black Panther. Enjoy!

“Wakanda Forever!” – Written by My Sister

Black Panther would lead his people to victory. Even with the previous setbacks of the Wakandan Civil War, which had hampered the numbers of his army, they would prevail against these invading aliens.

The aliens who stormed out of the encompassing trees, towards the colossal shield surrounding the city.

Black Panther took a step forward. His eyes were narrowed and his temple knotted. Then he crossed his arms in the Wakandan salute: “Wakanda forever!” he shouted.

Every warrior behind him echoed the same words just as they began charging ahead.

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