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5. Ant-Man (2015)

I was like most everyone else when I heard that Ant-Man (seriously we have a huge hit of a movie with a name like that, who likes ants?) was following Age of Ultron. WTF? But those son of a guns at Marvel made me feel all gushy inside when a freaking ant dies (RIP Antony) and I appreciated the whole father, daughter vibe that was going on also. Hope is super bad-ass and she would've been in Civil War, but she was pregnant so no Wasp until 2018. This movie was freaking hilarious and I truly enjoyed every moment. Paul Rudd is probably the most like-able guy in the world and this why it is top five.

4. The Avengers (2012)

All right I know these lists are pretty obvious, but the reason why we read them is simply too see if we agree with the writer at why we choose the same movies in basically the same order. Do I really need to say anything with this movie ? This movie rocked the box office world and trust me they smoked multiple cigarettes after. (I do not know if this is a thing anymore, but you catch my drift!) Why is at number four, well obviously I liked the other three better. I loved the action, humor, the whatevers. It is really hard to say anything bad about this movie, so I am hungover and I will not.

3. The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Oh no a controversial choice, how could I (Trevor Noah's voice when you read it)? Okay Ultron was underwhelming( besides Spade's smooth,smooth voice), I really did not like the whole romance with Banner and Widow (I love both the actors but I could not care). Prima Nocta, really Whedon; made me laugh when I googled it. Stark's witty retort about hiding zuchinnis, just the image alone made me crack up laughing. For some odd reason this move emotionally resonated with me to the point that I have seen it five times and it simply moves me. I cannot give a definite answer, I feel joy when Shield comes to saves the day, I feel utter sadness about Quiksilver's death (I do not know why I was just introduced). I really enjoyed this movie and to have Disney deem it a failure, just makes me believe Kevin Feige a freaking genius. He understands the importance of having these actors and we want to see them on screen.

2. Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Why is this movie not number one, you probably don't care (but if you do). I cannot count how many times I have seen this movie. This is how I can tell you what are my favorite movies and TV shows. Most things I can watch once (that is it, it becomes a chore to watch it more), but the ones I can watch over and over again (start playing Nelly) those are my faves. I actually enjoyed Ronan, he could of been more complex "You call me boy!" I love that part so freaking much and this movie was just too much fun. James Gunn went on the record (Facebook, I think) saying Quill's father was in the movie. I am done speculating and all I want in the second one is to introduce Venom and I will be happy (They better do a lot more than that)!

1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

I have watch this movie the most except for The Dark Knight (Favorite Movie Ever). These are all opinions, there are no scientific ways to measure what is the best of the best (Rotten Tomatoes comes close). I am not one for emotions, but this movie brought some out of me, (a single man tear) when Cap is talking to Agent Carter. Wow Peggy broke my heart, her voice just gave me chills " You're Alive." Also this movie introduced the Falcon, i love the Falcon. This movie had the most rad action scenes that I actually felt some of the punches (Crossbones hits like my puppy). The whole premise with Bucky and the final scenes when Cap tells him that hes with him to the end. Oh boy, you had me at you're my mission. This was my favorite movie and feel free to disagree, I am not afraid.

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