For the past eleven years and the first Iron Man , the Marvel Cinematic Universe overcomes the predictions on the exhaustion of the genre at the cinema. The spectators are tired of super-hero? The last Avengers has amassed more than $ 2 billion of revenue in the world, and more than 5 million admissions in France alone. There are too many characters almost unknown? The immense success of Black Panther proves otherwise. However, it hasn’t always been pink for the adaptations on the big screen, Marvel comics slots. If the wait for Avengers: Endgame is strong, it should be remembered that the teams of Kevin Feige have disappointed the fans several times.

Iron Man 2 (2010)

After the success – almost in surprise – the first Iron Man , the film that launched the MCU with the general public, the expectation was high. The second part portrays Justin Hammer and Ivan “Whiplash” Vanko, two supervilains who are not shivering spectators. The history is no issue. Much maligned by fans of the comics, this film is without suspense or any pathos is the first film of the MCU to output track critical. With more than 620 million dollars of recipe, the production is, however, very pleased with it. Unfortunately, Iron Man 3 will reiterate the same errors with a Mandarin without a class or tragic dimension.

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Thor: the dark World, The (2013)

The second film of the franchise, Thor is the film with the most poorly noted throughout the MCU. Only 66% of positive reviews on the american site Rotten Tomatoes. In the first movie, viewers followed the adventures of a fallen god, self-obsessed and vain, which eventually evolve the contact of humans. In the second film, the character of Thor is not progressing one iota, and only to fight hard with Malekith, king of the dark elves which it does not understand the motiviations or ambitions. To the point that Thor is stealing the show by his half-brother Loki, god of mischief and lies.

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

After an excellent Avengers in 2012, Josh Whedon is back with Age of Ultron . One of the villains most iconic of the Marvel universe: Ultron. Created by man to protect it, the robot decides that the human being is not worthy to be saved, and its mission to exterminate them. Unfortunately, all the doors open by Josh Whedon slamming one after the other. The doubts about Hawkeye in search of his place in the team run short, the romance between the black Widow and the Hulk is too forced, the army of clones of Ultron, her, do not worry at no time will the team. As for the new characters, as the red Witch and quicksilver, they are embedded in the narrative. To the point that the viewer remains completely indifferent to the disappearance of one of them.

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Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Well received by the general public, the third film Captain America has been reviled by fans of the comics. Because Marvel has regained the title of one of the runs the most emblematic of its production paper: the Civil War. The cycle created by Mark Millar the beginning of 2006 was a battle crazy between all of the superhero franchise, which ends in the death of several of them, including Captain America. Iron Man would never recover, crippled with remorse. And the Avengers did not rise. On the big screen, Kevin Feige and his team transform Civil War in the fight area on a background of an obscure political intrigue. And once again, the villain of the story, Zemo is a simple tool without any interest. This film was meant to be a tragedy poignant finished with the action-comedy fair.

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The Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (2017) :

the first film of The Guardians of the Galaxy had brought a breath of fresh air to the Marvel universe. He had brought not only Star-Lord and his team, but also a dimension of the galaxy. The episode had been impressed by his humour and by his soundtrack retro. The bar was set so high for the second part, which merely swell exaggerated traits. Groot was cute? It becomes even more but it boils down to it. The jokes were a fly? They become clumsy. As to Ego, the big bad, it lacks volume and depth.