1. Thor
    Absolutely silly. Natalie Portman couldn't save this campy fantasy. The sister is annoying. Thor is okay, but really boring. Loki is the only saving grace.
  2. Thor: Dark World
    A little less silly.
  3. Ant Man
    Yawn. Not making this movie about Wasp was a sin.
  4. Iron Man 2
    Terrible, but Robert Downey Jr makes it watchable. Whiplash is an underwritten villain. Don Cheadle does not make a good War Machine. Black Widow is pretty awesome though.
  5. The Incredible Hulk
    Ed Norton actually makes a pretty good Bruce Banner. Liv Tyler, however, turns Betty into a trembling waif.
  6. The Avengers: Age of Ultron
    This was entertaining enough, but had huge plot holes. James Spader was amazing as Ultron. The Bruce/Natasha romance came out of nowhere. Black Widow was severely underused. Everything felt disjointed, and there was much going on. But the one-liners were great.
  7. The Avengers
    This was a huge challenge, and Whedon did pretty well in bringing all the superheroes together. It did lag a little at times, but the thrill of seeing everyone interact with each other made up for the lack of a good villain (sorry Loki) or a compelling plot.
  8. Iron Man 3
    So much fun! The definition of a great popcorn flick. Not much substance, but the fun of it all keeps you smiling throughout.
  9. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    This is a Cold War-esque spy thriller, and it is awesome. The action is great, the intrigue is fantastic.
  10. Captain America: Civil War
    I LOVE this movie!
  11. Captain America: The First Avenger
    I fell in love with Captain America because of this movie (I even love him more than Iron Man shh). It's a great period piece. Peggy is wonderful. There is so much heart in this movie.
  12. Iron Man
    The one that started it all, and it's still one of the best. The action, the quips, the story, the revelation of Robert Downey Jr. I know so many people who switched their major to mechanical engineering after seeing this movie. One of my all time favorites. The villain is weak though.
  13. Guardians of the Galaxy
    An amazing movie about misfits set against a cosmological backdrop. The soundtrack is awesome, obviously, but the characters are also dynamic and compelling. It's funny and sweet and sad. I can't think of a single thing I didn't like, except for an underused Nebula.