#22 Avengers: Endgame

The twenty-second film in the Marvel movie order.

The infinity saga comes to a close in this three-hour long tour-de-force.

The three-hour end into the Infinity Saga (along with also the direct sequel to Infinity War) delivered the conclusion we anticipated: the living Avengers reversed Thanos’ breeze, bringing the MCU’s fallen heroes and half of the universe. However before it gets there, Avengers: Endgametook time to permit individuals who stayed to grieve, resulting in an unlikely time heist to grab the Infinity Stones in the last –and see preceding MCU movies. However, Thanos’ final defeat does not come without sacrifices and manifestation. Black Widow sacrificed himself Vormir, Iron Man sacrificed himself to deliver the last blow to Thanos, Thor passed his crown Valkyrie, and Captain America remained in the last after returning the Infinity Stones and grew older before departure on his shield into Sam Wilson.

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#19 Avengers: Infinity War

The nineteenth film in the Marvel movie order.

The invisible conflict between Thanos and the Avengers reaches a boiling point as the former makes his move for the Infinity Stones.

Thanos’ strategy to acquire the Infinity Stones and wipe out half the world moves into overdrive as he moves from planet to planet and overwhelms the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy. A last standoff at Wakanda ends in tragedy after Thor’s brand new ax injures Thanos but does not kill him, permitting the Mad Titan to put his plan into action and turn several of Marvel’s heroes to dust. Together with his final action before agreeing to his destiny, Nick Fury sends out a distress call to Captain Marvel.

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#15 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 2017

The fifteenth film in the Marvel movie order.

Starlord’s origins are revealed and so is the expansion of the MCU’s galactic reach.

The very first Guardians of the Galaxy movie was a breath of fresh air for the Marvel franchise, even if we weren’t especially impressed. The sequel, however, was disappointingly formulaic. It closely followed the original in a way that felt cynical the second time around. We adore a catchy soundtrack as far as another person, however, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. Two was a dull story with a toxic and sexist sense of humor, disguised by quite special effects and a few nostalgic music choices. (Though we do admit that Baby Groot is very cute.)

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#10 Guardians of the Galaxy 2014

The tenth film in the Marvel movie order.

We are introduced to Starlord and the formation of his Guardians of the Galaxy. This movie expands into space and shows us how far-reaching the MCU really is.

Thanos and the Infinity Stones come in the limelight for the first time Following Peter Quill (aka Star-Lord) Liberally gets his hands over the Power Stone.

The ensuing chase, try to sell the stone to the maximum bidder, along with the conflict after Ronan gets his hands on it transforms five strangers–Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax the Destroyer, Rocket Racoon, and Groot–right into a dysfunctional family. Additionally, it unlocks the MCU up much farther as it showcases the boundless possibilities by incorporating a film set almost entirely in distance.

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