Marvel Cinematic Universe has stepped on its 13th installments


Not surprisingly, this franchise has stepped on its 13th installments . Starting from “Iron Man” (2008) to the latest “Captain America: Civil War” (2016) which is very amazing and deeply memorable.

Well , in the end, not all of the MCU films managed to catch my heart. There are a few films—not bad, just still way too far from my expectations. But to perfect the storyline of this universe , they still have to be a spectacle.

Before Marvel could be this big and its superheroes , I used to be a fan of the DC universe. Especially for The Dark Knight! However, since the DC lost to the start of Marvel and successfully introduced the superhero that is underrated , my heart began to switch.

Try it, did anyone know Dr. Strange, Black Panther, Vision, or Inhumans?
Ok, here I have selected the 5 best MCU films in my opinion:


Is it too early? Hopefully “yes.” Even though “Civil War” won the best title for me, I still have high hopes to see MCU films next year can be better than this. I think there is no need to elaborate on why I should choose “Civil War.”


Wow, apparently I chose the prequel in second. Actually, it’s brief why I like Captain America so much more than other Marvel superheroes . Huge and awesome servings of action sequences!

3. THE AVENGERS (2012)

It is not easy to unite many characters in one film. Moreover, the varied characterization is a challenge in itself. Joss Whedon has managed to prove the impossibility to be an unforgettable treat.

When else will you see heroes with various skills unite to defeat criminals

4. IRON MAN (2008)

As a debutant, “Iron Man” presents a very exciting and memorable event. In addition to Nolan’s version of Batman, the origin of Iron Man is what is so extraordinary to tell.


Since I ‘m already a fan , I can’t ignore Captain Steve Rogers from this list. Like Iron Man, the origin of Captain America also contains compositions that are ‘solid’ to watch: beat, throw, plaaannggg!!!

5. Spider-Man: No Way Home

The ending of Spider-Man: No Way Home raises a lot of questions. However, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have an answer or explanation. One of the biggest questions is what happened to Peter Parker (Tom Holland) after No Way Home. In Spider-Man: No Way Home , Peter enlists Doctor Strange’s help to make people forget that he is Spider-Man. However, due to him constantly interfering with Strange while casting the spell, the spell went awry. The multiverse cracked and villains from another Spider-Man universe entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).


Throughout this film, Peter must experience many tragedies, including the death of Aunt May. The film ends by closing Peter’s story, but also opens up a new future for Spider-Man in the MCU. Additionally, this film laid the foundation for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness . So, what happens at the ending of Spider-Man: No Way Home ? Citing Screen Rant , see the following review!