#17 Thor: Ragnarok

The seventeenth film in the Marvel movie order.

Thor, Loki and the Hulk are re-united in this hilarious adventure through space.

Taika Waititi’s sense of humor was a best fit for its absurdity of this Thor franchise, preventing it from the too intense tone of Thor: The Dark Planet . The supporting cast members were equally so outstanding (Jeff Goldblum! Tessa Thompson! Cate Blanchett! , and the creation designers Jack Kirby-inspired vision of the Marvel universe. It among the greatest comedies of all 2017, and in addition to that, it comprises a few subtext that is thoughtful.

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#14 Doctor Strange 2016

The fourteenth film in the Marvel movie order.

We are introduced to Doctor Stephen Strange and the magical word within the MCU, as well as the location of the Time Stone.

Following his palms are ruined in an auto crash and medication and treatment neglect himDr. Stephen Strange finds Kamar-Taj and begins to learn sorcery under the tutelage of the Ancient One. With the usage of this Time Stone, Dr. Strange can halt the attempts of Kaecilius and Dormammu from the dark dimension whilst breaking the laws of space and time in his attempts.

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#6 The Avengers 2012

The sixth film in the Marvel movie order and the epic conclusion to Phase 1 of the MCU.

The entire Avengers team is brought together to take on Loki and the forces bestowed upon him by Thanos.

Marvel’s shared World floundered a Bit with Age of Ultron along with Captain America: Civil War, However, The Avengers delivered every Lover’s hopes to Get a crossover between the MCU’s Initial Stage of superheroes.

All the Avengers fit together like puzzle pieces, throughout the final battle order, which will be an reimagining of the group battle scenes of these comics and both narratively. The Avengers also had the dubious honour of altering Hollywood’s attitude toward livelihood, inspiring each other studio to try out a crossover group film. Thus far, not one of these have managed to exceed the achievement of The Avengers.

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#4 Thor 2011

The fourth film in the Marvel Movie Order.

It introduces Thor, a huge fan favourite, and helped catapult the brilliant Australian actor Chris Hemsworth into the global spotlight.

Anyone who believes Thor is poor could fight me. It is humorous, heartfelt, also has several well-written female characters within a genre that normally brings the line at including a single girl at a love interest character. Loki remains a high point in the MCU’s pantheon of frequently lackluster villains, introducing Tom Hiddleston into the planet as a creepy nonetheless magical mysterious god. This film is also a powerful reminder that Chris Hemsworth is a lot better at comedy than serious dramatic roles, according to his operation at Ghostbusters.

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