My goal is to do this is two ways: I want to group them into 4 tiers: First Tier (Amazing), Second Tier (Enjoyed), Third Tier (Okay), Fourth Tier (Reluctant / Disappointed). I also want to actually just rank them within their tiers/the entire order.
It’s been a long time since I have watched some of these movies, so it might be a bit affected by memory, and at some point I should probably do a watch through of all the movies and rank them at the end of each movie, so it would be more fresh. But for now, here it is:
I have yet to watch both Ant-Man and the Wasp and Avengers: Endgame. I will update this post after I watch Ant-Man and the Wasp, as well as Avengers: Endgame… my current prediction is that Ant-Man and the Wasp will be in the Second Tier and Avengers: Endgame will be in the First Tier.
How do you rank the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies?
UPDATE: After more consideration, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 of Guardians of the Galaxy have been swapped putting Vol. 1 above Vol. 2.
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The really interesting thing about this perspective shift is that sometimes it covers different events, but sometimes it overlaps the same events that happened in the other part, however in retelling the same event it will have inconsistencies between each person's perspective on how the event happened. Sometimes it's something small like one person or the other started the conversation, or they were chatting in a slightly different room. Other times it is huge inconsistencies like specific things literally never happen in one viewpoint or someone's personality is completely different. For example, the person whose perspective it is, is almost always more docile and the other person is more aggressive. It's really intriguing and makes me wonder if the "truth" of some of these things will ever be revealed or if it will always be a he-said she-said mystery.
So often stories are told in such standard and conventional ways, it really excites me to see stories told in different ways. This tv show is such a great rendition of the classic story-telling tactic of the unreliable narrator.
It's an interesting show and I'm wondering if they are going to change things up in the following seasons or keep the same story-telling approach. If it's the later, will they introduce new perspectives or continue to tell the entire show through these two characters. Only time will tell! Thankfully there are already 4 seasons out so I won't have to wait to find out.