Which Marvel Movies Are the Best?

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Nearly two decades after Spider-Man broke box-office records and changed blockbuster filmmaking forever, Sam Raimi's return to the superhero genre is now in theaters.

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In Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Benedict Cumberbatch returns as the opulent but brilliant magician Stephen Strange, with a supporting cast including Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Xochital Gomez.

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For this list, we're only ranking movies in the MCU, so we won't include contiguous Marvel movies like X-Men or Deadpool, the original Spider-Man trilogy, or Sony Marvel movies like Venom and Morbius.

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27. The Incredible Hulk (2008)

Only a minor upgrade from Ang Lee's infamous Hulk—which was flawed, arguably more entertaining than it—Louis Leterier directed Edward Norton in the actor's first and only appearance as Bruce Banner.

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26. Black Widow (2021)

Like No Time to Die, Black Widow was a Hollywood tent at the center of the pandemic.  Unlike the flawed but brilliant Bond film, Black Widow was hardly worth the long wait.

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25. Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)

Any rumors that the Multiverse of Madness would be the first flat-out horror film in the franchise were just that.  There are some mildly awkward moments in the multiverse, even a few inspired ones, but all elements are retracted for exposition.

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24. Thor: The Dark World (2013)

After the original a Thor movie feeling unsure of itself (Dutch angle!), a Thor movie took the MCU to new heights before a course-correction decision to make Thor funny, the Dark World watered down.  stepped into.

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23. Captain Marvel (2019)

Sandwiched between two of the biggest blockbusters in film history — and in the wake of Wonder Woman's spirited reign of almost perfection, it should have been a knockout.  Instead, the introduction of Marvel's "Most Powerful" is alternately funky, then surprisingly serious and waning.

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22. Ant-Man (2015)

Ant-Man's behind-the-scenes story is at least a little more exciting than the movie itself.  After Edgar Wright exited the project due to creative differences, Peyton Reed took over the reins of a superhero caper that concluded Phase II.

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21. Avengers: Age of Ultron

Phase Two's Age of Ultron is serviceable and fun, though it's overblown and lacks the focus and simple through-line that made 2012's historic Avengers such a huge win.

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