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MCU Rewrites is a series by letmetellyouaboutmyfeels that rewrite various installments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series started with a rewrite of Avengers: Age of Ultron and continued with rewriting Captain America: Civil Warsplitting it into three different movies, in addition to a Black Widow film. The installments are written in a screenplay-style format.


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Natasha gets hurt on a mission and Steve truly faces how he feels about her. Read on AO3. In all of the chaos of fists and firepower, the masked assailant had managed to break away under the cloak of distraction and obscure himself behind some foliage on the nearby hill. In the back of his mind, Steve knew something was amiss; there seemed to be a gap, a little extra breathing room between punches, but he charged on nonetheless, fending off a of suspiciously highly-trained, highly-skilled fighters.

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Disney Animation Studios made a Marvel movie, and it's really sweet.

Would be a top 5 comic book movie if it had just reigned in the plot. It just sucks that this movie doesn't really make any sense. The story is a total mess, relying heavily on moviegoers' memories of MCU films if you didn't remember or know coming in what the Tesseract was, hoo boy.

And it is extremely fun. But this Frankenstein of a film is a behind-the-scenes horror story, and you can see it in the totally disted final product. Thomas Jane performs admirably, but the whole thing is missing that extra something that would have elevated it beyond standard genre fare. Tony is done. It didn't sit well with audiences, but "Hulk" remains one of the most compelling and interesting Marvel movies to date.

Just a nightmare. It's an absolutely serviceable little piece of entertainment, and there's a lot of novelty in its overall strange vibe. How can anybody resist the pull of Tom Hardy doing comedy? And Natasha has another film. There's some amount of "bit off more than they could chew" with this one because there is so much stuff we've never heard of that needs explaining -- the classic origin story problem.

It's also hard to remember because it's generally not memorable. The cherry on top of this turd sundae was that damn Evanescence song. And that sequence on the train in the third act is easily the best action sequence of these movies.

And Marvel Universe obviously does not have to move forward linearly anymore. While you may get whiplash from the "Deadpool" sequel's occasional very serious and emo scenes, the rest of the movie is thoroughly delightful, somehow managing to be even funnier -- and more hilariously violent -- than the original. Who knows what was going on in this movie, but it was almost OK anyway. It's pretty boring, also, but at least it looks cool. But the action is unbelievable, and probably the best and most interesting we've seen in the MCU in that regard.

A totally chaotic stir fry of nonsense that tells the story of how Wolverine got his claws. Aggressively violent and flippantly meanspirited, it's the exact emotional release we needed. We may never figure out what went wrong with Marc Webb 's Spider-Man duology, but his choice of Andrew Garfield to play Peter Parker is still brilliant. If it weren't hamstrung with all the requisite elements of an origin story, "Doctor Strange" might have been the best Marvel movie ever.

This is the Punisher as a straight revenge thriller, and it's not bad.

Whereas the "Punisher" movie was melodramatic and contemplative, this one is just murderous. The main series "X-Men" movies have never achieved any sort of greatness, but at least "Dark Phoenix" ends the whole thing with one of the best efforts of the bunch.

Michael Keaton as the Vulture makes for one of the best Marvel villains ever. As "Back to the Future" taught us long ago, you can get away with a lot of logical leaps if you strike the right tone. Evangeline Lilly is so good at the Wasp that I'm retroactively irritated that she didn't don the suit in the "Ant-Man" movie.

So sit tight. Sure, it turns into a video game boss battle by the end, but for most of its running time it's just an actual movie. There have been a of bad superhero movies, but from the talking gas cloud the filmmakers cast as Galactus to Jessica Alba 's dye job, this one transcends bad. Plot-wise, it never really adds up to anything, but the strength of the cast and the bizarre world they explore more than make up for it. But that character still has more screen time coming.

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There could maybe have been a good movie in here somewhere -- the cast Michael B JordanMiles TellerKate Mara certainly warranted one. But the novelty of the Marvel's first big superhero team-up was irresistible, and director Joss Whedon balanced his ensemble expertly, giving everyone plenty to do so none of them ever fades into the background.

For a movie starring Nic Cage about a dude who rides a Harley and turns into a flaming skeleton, this is a surprisingly mundane movie. But Marvel still has yet to confirm anything along those lines about that film. Just a total mess, incoherent from the word "go. The first "X-Men" movie that could be described as "fun. Pure B-movie trash, which is fine because that's precisely what it aims for: bloody, crass, awesome.

Beloved nerd Guillermo del Toro took over for this one and ramped everything up to More vampires, more blood, more people getting sliced up -- and of course baddies whose jaws can split open and swallow a person's head whole. And it's a very good one, with a cast that's perfectly suited for it. Its time travel logic is a bit iffy, but "Days of Future Past" is still tremendously entertaining because, while epic, it's not overly serious.

More of the same impossible-to-follow hack-n'- slash plotting from the movie, offset by Andrew Garfield continuing to be awesome and Jamie Foxx going way over the top as the big bad. If anything, it suffers the opposite problem, going so hard and fast that it loses substance. Features an early version of Deadpool also played by Ryan Reynolds whose mouth is stapled shut, which should tell you all you need to know about it.

Instead it's just a shot of visual adrenaline that I'll probably want to revisit at some point -- but not when I'm sober. That five minutes when they tried to turn Jennifer Garner into an action star went about as well as it should have. In the angsty and angry times we live in, "Deadpool" is perfect. A notorious flop at the box office and, yeah, it's not exactly "good. In the modern wave of superhero movies was still in its infancy, and Ang Lee -- still the best filmmaker to do a comic book movie -- got experimental with "Hulk. It was Robert Downey Jr. This movie is, frustratingly, far from perfect.

But when we get to the end of the movie, we get a big memorial for Iron Man with a huge of famous heroes showing up to pay their respects, while Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch Elizabeth Olsen hang out in the corner having their own private mourning ceremony for Natasha and Vision, who apparently nobody other than them — and Bruce Banner Mark RuffaloI guess — cared about. And it's awesome. Shame that it was apparently stressful enough to break up the tandem of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor. This was, like, just a legitimately enjoyable melodramatic action movie.

An improvement on the first film, and an absolute delight from moment to moment -- but it never quite coalesces into a coherent whole because so many subplots distract from the core story and rob it of its emotional impact. Not quite the best "Spider-Man" movie, but still an absolute delight, with a cast full of scene stealers.

It was an inspired choice, because "Spirit of Vengeance" was exactly as nutty as you'd hope a PG comic book movie would be. If they can hold on to director Destin Daniel Cretton I bet the second movie, unburdened from those standard first movie issues, is gonna rip. But after years of delays and reshoots you can definitely feel the hand of the focus group a bit too much.

The fantasy Marvel movie is directed by Kenneth Branaghwho covers the whole movie in canted angle shots and theatrical stylings. Setting it in Tampa didn't help.

This movie knows exactly what it's trying to be, and what it's trying to be is dumb and fun and nothing else. Maybe the bad outweighs the good here, but Emo Peter Parker's dance remains one of the greatest single moments in any comic book movie, sorry, haters.

Tim Story 's first "Fantastic Four" is just sort of there, challenging you to remember it exists. A big step up from the first "X-Men" both in production values and quality, it still lacks much in the way of energy.

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Dude goes all the way out in this. Which is inexcusable when you've got Alan Cumming as the teleporting mutant Nightcrawler all over your movie. A total nightmare. Banner role since inhabited by Mark Ruffalo in the "Avengers" films. Starring a pre-Deadpool Ryan Reynolds basically playing a vampire-slaying Deadpool, throwing out one-liners like his mama's life depended on it, this may not a "good" movie, but it sure is fun.

But as with the first "Avengers" movie its weaknesses are overcome by great character work. Sam Raimi truly assembled the prototypical superhero movie with this first entry in the "Spider-Man" franchise, in Could have been a bizarre ironic summer classic if it were structured like a real movie and had any character development whatsoever. It would have been a great moment to elevate a character who always operated from the shadows, never getting the acclaim that Tony always received.

But this was actually a pretty good World War II movie, too. The beginning of the current wave of theatrical superhero movies, "X-Men" was kind of a cheapie and it showed. Sure, it's the kiddie version of Marvel, but that doesn't prevent it from being a wholly satisfying experience. Novel at the time, now it just comes off as unremarkable mid-budget action fare as Fox was merely sticking its toe in the superhero waters. Dolph Lundgren and Louis Gossett Jr. This one's all novelty value. It's ever so slightly frustrating that this one doesn't fully integrate into the "Infinity War" situation, but even so it's thoroughly a delight.

A lot of folks like to complain that all superhero movies are the same.