We’ll be looking at the top three Marvel movies of all time in this week’s Top 3 Strange rankings. Marvel Studios has finally surpassed the two-digit mark, thanks to the recent release of Guardians of the Galaxy. Despite the fact that Marvel characters have been appearing on silver screen screens every year since the release of Blade in 1998, the comic book behemoth has only recently begun altering their characters for aesthetic achievement outside of the hands of other studios. Marvel’s initial attempt at creating their own motion picture world began with Iron Man in 2008, and they’ve miraculously managed to catch up with 9 films in the years afterwards.
It’s no small feat, especially considering they don’t own the rights to some of their most recognisable characters (Spiderman is owned by Sony, Fantastic Four and X-Men by Fox), yet Marvel has managed to pull off the seemingly impossible. Not only has the Marvel Cinematic Universe brought some lesser-known properties to film industry success, but it has also finally brought the massive superhero collaboration that comic book fans have been waiting decades for.
3). Iron Man 3 (2013)
Iron Man 3 was just another example of Marvel’s desire to shake things up, even when it came to its most stalwart heroes. Taking Tony Stark out of the Iron Man armour for a big section of the film may appear to be a risk, but it paid off handsomely (the discovery of the Mandarin is also a major takeoff from the comics, much to the chagrin of many devoted fans). Tony is given a legitimate, thoughtful curve (as suggested in Iron Man 2), and even the film’s major action sequences – such as the Air Force One safeguard and the Mandarin house raid – take a much more practical, down-to-earth approach. Iron is now led by religion chief Shane Black.
2). The Winter Soldier (2014)
The Winter Soldier, like Iron Man 3, does not feature any of Marvel’s massive, colossal super weaponry, yet despite this, it manages to lift the ante in a way that could have massive ramifications for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film’s a la style, kind thumping approach (which is half secret activities/trick thriller and part superhero dramatisation) is skillfully pulled off, and The Winter Soldier smashes forward at a breathless pace. The continuation also finds a way to make room for its supporting cast of characters, making it feel as if it’s only recently stepped away from its excellent source material.
1). The Avengers (2012)
The Avengers has an undeniably uncertain start, but once it gets going, it transforms into the quintessential superhero film. Joss Whedon skillfully works out how to bring the four key Marvel establishments together, as well as how to impart the attributes of each character to the mix (even SHIELD’s proximity feels right at last). The Avengers might have easily become a bloated, incoherent mess, but everything comes together in unison – even Loki gets his chance to shine as the rogue, while Mark Ruffalo’s portrayal of the Hulk nearly disappears with the film. The real to life superhero collaboration was something that comic book fans have been waiting for for quite some time – and it truly didn’t disappoint.
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