Every Live-Action Marvel Film Ranked From Worst To Best

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MarvelMarvel has become synonymous with superheroes and blockbuster entertainment. But, branding aside, how have the live-action adaptations of the company’s comics really fared on the silver screen in the 30 years since Howard the Duck first walked through the door? We ranked every Marvel film (all 50 of them!) to get a better picture of the good, the bad and the “how did this get made?!” Click Next to scroll through the gallery!

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  • Alfredo Teodoro Iglesias

    #1 Capitan Capitan America winter soldier ,#2 Deadpool, #3 X-Men: Days of Future Past #4 guardians of the galaxy, 5# Spider-Man 2

  • Thanostic

    All the Blade and Fantastic Four movies are too high, and Daredevil is way too high. The first CA is mediocre and doesn’t belong in the top 20, let alone the top 5. Apocalypse & Age of Ultron are too low; both should be in the top 20. Civil War at 6 is too low; it’s somewhere between 1-3. And DOFP all the way down at 12 is insane.

  • Maxi Iroh

    X-Men, Spiderman, Captain America, Ant-Man and Ang Lee’s Hulk are too high on your list, and i think Thor should be a couple of places higher, but i basically agree on everything else.

  • batghost

    I mean, X2 is a good X-Men movie, but #2 on the entire list? No way. Switch that with Spider-man 2.

  • Paulo Cruz

    The writer of this article must have been on his PMS days when wrote this!! His personal opinion doesn’t count for what the movies really worth!

  • DefJ123

    The list is generally about right. I would move a few around, like CA TFA and X2 would be lower on the list and AoU ahead of Ben Affleck Daredevil. But in general I like it.

    But Deadpool should be number one!

  • Darthmanwe

    I don’t care to get into which is best with you fanboys, but the worst one HAS to be that piece of garbage called Ghost Rider 2.

    God, that’s a bad movie making “what not to do” case study.

  • I try to find the good in everything. I try to find what’s good first in every movie I watch. Because I want to ENJOY the film! I guess I’m easygoing as a moviegoer.

    I’ve noticed that critics seem to kind of get off on picking movies apart, and tearing them down. They reserve their respect and admiration for a handful of films that they love for what ultimately are going to be personal taste reasons in the final analysis.

  • My top favorites, ultimately for personal reasons:

    1. Guardians of the Galaxy
    2. The Avengers
    3. X-Men: First Class
    4. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    5. Captain America: The First Avenger
    6. Iron Man
    7. Thor
    8. Daredevil

  • Federico Murias

    1- Spiderman 2
    2 – Blade
    3 – X-men DOFP
    4 – The incredible Hulk
    5 – Deadpool

  • AbelLSUjr

    The first Blade is ranked WAY too far down the list. That movie was iconic for me at the time. It made the trench coat cool before The Matrix.

    I love X2 at #2.

  • bingeit 45

    doctor strange is not that good

  • Maxi Iroh
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  • Shaun Jones

    Sorry but the original punisher movie was still better than elektra by MILES xD and silver surfer was way better than the newer Fant4stic movie… whoever put this list together clearly just went and found the ratings from a specific site and threw this together and isn’t much of a fan.

  • Leo Atrox

    This might be the most subjective ranking ever. It lost me on the very first one, when I didn’t see “Elektra.” In my opinion, “Elektra” was the worst; and the only other movie that was worse than an unreleased film was “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.” Having actually seen “Captain America” (1990) and “The Punisher” (1989) I can also very confidently state my opinion that they are better movies than “Elektra” and “Ghost Rider: SoV.” And the fact that “X-men: Last Stand” is ranked higher in this list than “Blade: Trinity” is mind-boggling to me.