Always have been a MCU lover.
Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Like the previous Captain America movies, "Civil War" draws inspiration from the current US foreign policy. Just as Batman v Superman tried to make up for the huge trauma of the Iron Man city disaster by turning Iron Man into a war between Batman and Superman, the Civil War tried to deal with the consequences of the Avengers’ past actions. The issue of civilian casualties has always been a recurring theme in Marvel movies (and may be emphasized in the Age of Ultron as a direct response to Iron Man). To make matters worse, Captain America is already dealing with the collapse of his Avengers supergroup around him. After too many catastrophic collateral damages have occurred, a new law places heroes in the United Nations. Under jurisdiction.
However, now Hank needs someone who can and is willing to put on a suit again. He chose Scott. His impressive stealth, dexterity, and stealing abilities are exactly the skills Ant-Man needs. Watching Scott pull Spider-Man out and learn how to jump in and out of the keyhole, adjust the size, and use his mind to deploy an army of ants on the battlefield. From action sequences to character interactions, everything works well.
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
But in the real human beings playing God, Ultron looks at Stark's pursuit of peace differently and decides that the only way to save mankind is to destroy the Avengers. What happened was that Ultron accepted James Spade’s voice (and a low-hanging smile) and Mr. Cosmic Robot’s absurd physique, and decided (I think it was too fast for the narrative) that this was the only way to save This planet wants to kill all, its creatures. People, this means starting with their protector, the Avengers. But the mind he created, Ultron (James Spade) decided to best ensure safety by destroying the Avengers and humanity with their help. Infected with insanity from the beginning, Ultron (James Spade) appeared, hated his creator, and believed that the best way to save mankind was to destroy it.
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
Driven by their director James Gunn's often delightfully wacky indie sensibility, Guardians have been a joy, combining humor and sci-fi action in a way that surpassed most Star Wars films, danced a jig at the worldwide box office, and became a fixture on many MCU's best movie lists. But it's hard to complain about yet another adventure with characters you love and thus Guardians of the Galaxy. Guardians 2 is a movie that is mainly about the joys of running through the galaxy. Like the first Guardians movie, it is truly a family comedy disguised as a superhero movie.
Guardians of Galaxy (2014)
Maybe you think a big movie about would-be Marvel icons isn't worth your time. Because it is so out of touch with the Marvel Universe, this is the kind of movie that will appeal to those who don't mind superhero cheating and everyone will be eager to see what comes next. The characters are unforgettable, they work great as a team, the humor is great, with a lot of funny lines, the action is solid, and the film is great both as a comedy and as a space opera. There is more ambition and potential in this film than could have been achieved on the run, but it's nice to know you've seen a great origin story and there is still a lot to be done.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
The Winter Soldier, which lasted more than two hours, could easily carve out its verbose battle scenes, chaotic filming extravaganzas, all-consuming fireballs, and the loud bangs of breaking glass that begin to repeat from big movies. occurs with exaggerated violence, both caricature and brutally repulsive. The first two-thirds of The Winter Soldier is more like a Cold War spy thriller than a superhero movie. The film ends with anticipated battles filled with special effects and action-packed activities, but these scenes are more consistent than the corresponding episodes in similar films. The film begins with a mission in which a captain leads the SHIELD Squad aboard a pirate ship.
Iron Man 3 (2013)
Robert Downey Jr. is back smashing walls and tearing apart like billionaire industrialist Tony Stark, now out of the closet like Iron Man living a dream in his future tech hideout and living with the lovely Pepper Potts - superb Gwyneth Paltrose, relaxed performance. which made me wish she spent more time filming films and less on her nutrition website. As is often the case in modern superhero stories, Stark's confrontation with evil triangles becomes a matter of two different villains. It's fun and intense encounters with local dorks, the whimsical camaraderie between Stark and his War Machine rival James Rhodes (Don Cheadle), the constant romantic tension with Pepper (Gwyneth Paltrow), and the climax that is an epic dish. part of action-packed fantasy engineering.
The Avengers (2012)
The success began when Marvel's The Avengers opened in 39 territories around the world, grossing a whopping $178 million in three days. And with legions of fans already pre-booked in the United States, it's pretty safe to say that fans certainly won't be disappointed, but they won't be overly surprised by Joss Whedon's pleasantly poignant genre film either. Indeed, it sounds a bit like fanfiction, but when the writer/director is a fan of Joss Whedon's level, it works in his favor.
Thor: The Dark World (2013)
One of the Three Warriors is on the bench at first simply because there is no room for him, hints of a love triangle with Thor, Jane, and Jamie Aleksandrs Sif are still nothing but this, Idris Elbas Heimdall gets a big fighting moment, and then passes, and Portman sleeps in the second act, and in the third, he becomes a girl in distress again. After that, the movie doesn't stumble again but starts awkwardly.
Perhaps to avoid controversy with powerful lobbyists from the religious right, Thor, the superhero character adapted from this new comic book, is no longer an actual Norse god. On the contrary, he is one of the powerful creatures of the mysterious kingdom of Asgard. Their existence on Earth in ancient times made us humans call them gods.
The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Story – The story here tells the story of Bruce Banner. Bruce Banner tried to avoid government arrest because he was looking for an answer to get rid of the Hulk side, and the government announced that they had not turned off the Updated version of the experiment button. Character-Bruce Banner-Ex-scientist infected by gamma rays, the government has to hide behind him, he communicates with people who can help him, who see him come out of hiding and get the attention of the government, he should learn to control the Hulk inside. When General Rose (Hurt) found him, Banner escaped, but he didn't have a chance to catch his breath: his girlfriend Betty Rose (Taylor) was gone, and super soldier Emile Bronsky (Rose) was right. His green alters ego is fascinated. Tim Rose is well portrayed as Emil Bronski's mercenary, but Tim Black Nelson (Holes, Hoot) is introduced in Act 3 as a man who wants to help Banner but ends up a Scientist who can fight the Hulk in the future, bringing the film closer to shouting to stop his sharp style of judgment.
Movie Review; Iron Man 2 (2010)
Iron Man 2 was first shown on April 26, 2010, at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles, California, and aired in 6,764 theaters (48 IMAX) in 54 countries. released in the United States on May 7, 2010. In October 2008, Marvel Studios reached an agreement to shoot Iron Man 2 and its next three films at Raleigh Studios in Manhattan Beach, California. Other tactics revolve around the conference hearing with the evil Senator (Harry Shandling), the rival businessman (Sam Rockwell), and the unfaithful new aide (Scarlett Johansson) as the rival of his Friday girlfriend (Gwyneth Paltrow), the crazy Russian founder (Gwyneth). Paltrow). Mickey Rourke with tattoos all over his body), psychological problems including the late Stark's father, his assistant (Don Cheadle), and the deterioration of the Stark community. But unlike these films, this is one of the simplest blockbusters you can see.