Which Marvel movies do fans love the most?
Marvel has pulled off an incredible feat for the past 10-plus years, making a string of blockbusters that critics and general audiences adore.
Of course, critics and other viewers don’t always agree, and the highest-rated MCU movies aren’t always the ones that top fans’ personal lists.
Here are the
top 10 MCU movies, according to Rotten Tomatoes audience score.
Not everyone was on board for yet another version of Spider-Man when Homecoming was announced. Once it hit theaters, Homecoming’s humor, action, and great lead performances won most fans over.
Pitting the Avengers against each other was a risky move, but it paid off in what audiences called the most thought-provoking superhero movie to date and set up bigger things to come for the MCU.
Fans didn’t rate the conclusion of the Infinity War storyline as high as the start, but most still called it a fitting ending.
Iron Man was the first movie to prove the MCU could actually work, and it’s still a fan favorite thanks largely to a charismatic performance from Robert Downey Jr.
Bringing together all the Marvel characters audiences had met so far (and introducing some new ones) was seen as a huge risk. The gamble paid off and proved that the MCU was here to stay.
Infinity War is the most popular Avengers movie to date. Audiences particularly responded to its shocking ending and the MCU’s best villain yet in Thanos.
James Gunn’s irreverent take on the Marvel style won fans over, even with little connection to the MCU storyline unfolding with the Avengers.
The Winter Soldier brings spy thriller elements to the already winning MCU formula to make a stand-out entry in the series. Plenty of fans still call it their favorite MCU movie.
An action movie with an extra emotional punch for fans of the character, Black Widow is being called one of the best Marvel movies yet, including by Inverse’s Eric Francisco.
Despite some initial hesitance, fans have grown to love the newest take on Spider-Man. They point out the movie’s two excellent leads as Far From Home’s secret weapon.
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