#1 – Captain America: Civil War

H:3 Although this feels like a team movie, we must remember that it is actually Cap's story. My consistent problem with Captain America is his lack of growth or development. He is always the solid bastion of truth and righteousness, never making any mistakes, and after a while that gets boring. At least this movie … Continue reading #1 – Captain America: Civil War

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#4 – Iron Man

H:5 Iron Man is perhaps the hero that has had the most development and change of any hero in the MCU. I remember watching this movie when my mom walked in the room and her complaining about how bad a guy Tony starts out as. I explained to her that his transformation is basically the … Continue reading #4 – Iron Man

#7 – Ant-Man

H:3 Paul Rudd was a fantastic choice to play Scott Lang. For a character as silly-sounding as "Ant-Man" you can't have an actor who takes themselves too seriously. Rudd brilliantly played the lovable goof, but made a believable performance as a loving and concerned father, too. The problem is that he basically spends the entire … Continue reading #7 – Ant-Man

#8 – Iron Man 3

H:5 What many have complained is the movies biggest weakness is actually, in my opinion, it's greatest strength - Tony spends very little time of the movie in the actual Iron Man suits. But this is why the movie does so well - could his character go through more development? He goes from hiding behind … Continue reading #8 – Iron Man 3

#9 – Captain America: The First Avenger

H:2 Let's be honest, guys: as great as Chris Evans is, Steve Rogers is probably the most boring super hero ever, second only to Superman. Sounds harsh, but look at him: aside from his sciencey-magic-potion transformation from weakling to super soldier, he has zero character development. He doesn't grow or change at all as a character. He … Continue reading #9 – Captain America: The First Avenger