The State of Marvel: Civil War and why I’ve never liked these movies
Ever since “Captain America: Civil War” dropped its newest trailer, I’ve engaged in a lot of particular conversations with co-workers and other people.
Let me start by listing my star ratings for each film in the Post-Iron Man Marvel universe:
Iron Man – 2.5/4
The Incredible Hulk – 2.5/4
Iron Man 2 – .5/4
Thor – 1/4
Captain America: The First Avenger – 3/4
The Avengers – 2/4
Iron Man 3 – .5/4
Thor: The Dark World – Did Not See
Captain America: The Winter Soldier – 2/4
Guardians of the Galaxy – 2.5/4
Avengers: Age of Ultron – 1/4
Ant-Man – Did Not See
**This list specific to Avengers franchise
I felt a little reluctant writing this up because I have not seen all of the great shows on TV today. So if your favorite isn’t on here, it’s not because I’m a “complete idiot.” It may just be because I haven’t seen it yet.
I’m watching somewhere between 20 and 30 shows that are currently still running. I thought about doing this as a top 5, but the top 10 are all fantastic and deserve recognition.
So here are the Top 10 Television Shows on Right Now:
I got into “House of Cards” a little late and I never felt like I fully fell in love with it. Still, it is consistently tense and well-written. It is currently on its third season, which was its weakest, however the show continues to educate us about the complex mannerisms of Washington as well as its anti-protagonist Frank Underwood.
Comic-book adaptation stock has been on the rise in the film industry for the last five years. Many studios have tried their hand at cashing-in on the phenomenon, but through it all Disney has had it best, re-capturing the mythology of the Marvel universe.
With 3 films currently in production (“Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Ant-Man,” “The Fantastic Four”) and 9 films announced, we won’t be short of Marvel adaptations any time soon, and we’ll try and keep this list updated. But for now, including past and future Marvel films, here is our top list.