Deprived of his mighty hammer Mjolnir, Thor must escape the other side of the universe to save his home, Asgard,
the Avengers must reunite and assemble again to reinvigorate their trounced allies and restore balance.
Civil War can be seen as an escalation of the routine that’s as impressive as it is necessary.
Black Panther might be the first MCU film that could claim to most clearly be an expression of a particular director.
When Tony Stark, an industrialist, is captured, he constructs a high-tech armored suit to escape. Once he manages to escape,
with many superhero genre geeks asserting themselves that although it was undeniably an entertaining film,
The Avengers must stop Thanos, an intergalactic warlord, from getting his hands on all the infinity stones.
After failing to defeat his enemy, Tony embarks on a journey of self-discovery as he fights against the powerful Mandarin.
Peter Parker balances his life an ordinary high school student in Queens with his superhero alter-ego Spider-Man,
much was made of how risky a move it was—of the MCU properties that didn’t feature a central Marvel character.