MCU phase 1 films rated

In 2008, Marvel took on one of the most ambitious projects in film history by trying to start a shared universe of superhero films, all of which were teamed up into one massive team. It took place in multiple phases of films and is now known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Recently, Disney + set up ways to browse the films at their respective stages on the Marvel tab. So, this week I’m ranking the movies that make up Phase 1 of the MCU. (Note: “The Incredible Hulk” is not available on Disney + and will not be part of this ranking.)


My least loved film in the entire MCU, “Iron Man 2,” had some big shoes to fill up with after the overwhelming success of “Iron Man” and couldn’t deliver. Most of the film feels like a Michael Bay movie, trading plot development for special effects and big explosions. Justin Hammer is just another crooked businessman looking to overtake Stark Enterprises. He’s a low rent Obadiah Stane. Mickey Rourke seems to be trying to make Whiplash a respectable villain, but it just doesn’t connect me. This film introduced the character of Black Widow, but that’s the only good thing I can say about it.


“Thor,” one of my least favorite origins films in the MCU, is perfectly fine, but nothing special. Chris Hemsworth plays the role well, but I don’t think Thor is supposed to have any romantic chemistry with Jane Foster. I don’t know if there was no chemistry or what between Hemsworth and Natalie Portman, but I was more connected to the characters of Stellan Skarsgard and Kat Dennings than to Jane Foster. It gives us Loki, the god of calamity, so I can’t complain too much, but it doesn’t excite me.


The opposite of Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, sets Captain America in very early on as the guy is always ready to make the sacrifice and it makes his movie off to a pretty good start. Choosing to make this movie a historical piece rather than automatically setting it in the modern era helps the character better determine who he is and why he is making the decisions he is making. It’s a solid start, but there are better movies out there.


Marvel, the film that started the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, took an opportunity for a lesser-known hero and made him the center of this shared universe. It worked better than they could possibly have imagined. The decision to cast Robert Downey Jr. came with some risk as his personal life was at the time they were making this film, but it paid off. He got his life right and gave them an iconic character and a very good first film in the series.

1. Avenger

The first team, with the six heroes featured in the Phase 1 elements, has its flaws, but delivers exactly what it had to do. Although Mark Ruffalo had to replace Edward Norton as the Incredible Hulk, the film shines with Loki’s new plan, the battles between Iron Man and Captain America that would establish their friendship and rivalry that spanned three other “Avengers” films and “Captain America.” Play “: Civil War.” The success of the entire MCU was due to each of these films, and all of them were up to the occasion, but the Avengers are the best.

How would you rate the phase one films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Jeremy Brown

Jeremy has been a huge Disney fan since childhood in the Disney Renaissance. One day he hopes to go to every Disney park in the world.

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