Best of Marvel Entertainment


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Sure, Marvel has been keeping fans happy for just about all of 2021 with its Disney+ jams, between WandaVision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and of course, Loki. But we all know that feeling. That feeling, you say? The goosebumps you get in a cushy, dark-red movie theater seat when MARVEL shines on the screen and you hear the bum bum, bumbumbum bummmm. Honestly, few things beat it. And while we love that Marvel’s heroes have hit Disney+, nothing beats the movies.

Thor: The Dark World (2013)

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When even Chris Hemsworth’s biceps aren’t enough to make a movie watchable, you know you’ve fucked up horribly. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

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Two years later, I still couldn’t tell you who Ultron is and what his age was. If there was any semblance of plot in this movie, memory of it has been pushed out of my brain in favor of about 30 billion superheroes hitting each other until I felt like I’d just gotten off a mildly dangerous carnival ride. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Two years later, I still couldn’t tell you who Ultron is and what his age was. If there was any semblance of plot in this movie, memory of it has been pushed out of my brain in favor of about 30 billion superheroes hitting each other until I felt like I’d just gotten off a mildly dangerous carnival ride. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

The Incredible Hulk (2008)

Remember when Edward Norton was the Hulk and then very suddenly not? Yeah, I still don’t remember what happened there? Was that ever explained? Is Norton okay? Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

Thor (2011)

A superhero movie posing as a cheap Lord of the Rings knockoff, Thor ended with a team of LARPERs fighting an empty CGI suit of armor. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

Iron Man 2 (2010)

At one point Mickey Rourke, who is some sort of trashy Russian hacker, attacks a car race, which sounds like some shit that actually would happen in 2017. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

20) Ant-Man (2015)

In one scene, Ant-Man shrinks down to a microscopic level and then Neil deGrasse Tyson ruins the movie magic by explaining how that’s not actually possible in science. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

It’s sad that the idea of Captain America punching a Nazi would probably be controversial if this movie were released today. At least this movie harkens back to a time when good and evil seemed kinda clear. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

Iron Man 3 (2013)

The best thing to say about Iron Man 3 is that it was a little bit better than Iron Man 2. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

Sadly, what started as the best entry to the Marvel Universe quickly ruined a good thing by trying too hard to make it bigger and better in the subsequent sequel. What a very Marvel thing to do. Buy/rent on Amazon and iTunes.

These are some of the best marvel entertainment movies.

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