Community·Updated on Nov 18, 2022Here Are My Top 10 Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Ranked From Worst To BestAnd if you don't agree, please argue with the wall.by cajr22Community ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 10. The Avengers Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection Finally, the heroes we have come to know in their solo films finally shared the same screen. Heroes don't always get along, and this film does a great job in showing that. This film wonderfully illustrates the differences between Earth's mightiest, battling each other only to grow stronger at the end to stop the big bad. 9. Black Panther Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection Viewers are introduced into the incredible world of Wakanda and its people. The world building and villain, Killmonger, drive this film into new heights. 8. Guardians of the Galaxy Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection This was a great introduction to the galactic world with the MCU. This comedic, action-packed film introduces us to a new cast of characters that we'll grow to love over the course of their movies together. 7. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection Following the passing of Chadwick Boseman, the sequel to Black Panther was in question. However, this film expresses the meaning of grief in a beautiful tribute while also being the best end to Phase 4. 6. Captain America: Civil War Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection Tony Stark and Steve Rogers, after failing to see eye to eye on their political views, end up parting ways after one of the best battles in the MCU so far. 5. Spider-Man: No Way Home Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection Three generations of Spider-Man come together to fight as one as the villains of their past come back to haunt them. The climax of this film brings an amazing nostalgic feel that will leave you in tears. 4. Iron Man Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection The first film in the MCU sets up so many intricate dominos as we follow Tony Stark's journey to becoming a hero. Robert Downey Jr. truly used this film to shift the superhero genre and influence on what it is today. 3. Captain America: The Winter Solider Marvel Driven by suspense, this spy action film introduces us to a darker side of the MCU, giving us a new side of Captain America we've never seen before. 2. Avengers: Endgame Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection Following the tragedy of the snap at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, the audience is left wondering how the Avengers will avenge such defeat. The use of time travel to capture the infinity stones while wrapping up stories we have come to love for 10+ years was an extraordinary way for this culmination of stories to come to an end. Avengers: Endgame successfully closes a chapter, while opening up a new one for heroes we'll later see in the big screen down the road. 1. Avengers: Infinity War Marvel/Courtesy of the Everett Collection Heroes around the universe strategize to stop Thanos from cutting the world's population in half. This cinematic event was 10+ years of storytelling in the making and it was a sight to behold. Avengers Infinity War did something that wasn't common in any MCU movie before it: the heroes failed and the villain won.