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Where Does ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Officially Rank in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was one of a kind. An emotionally charged sequel with the very real possibility of being underwhelming. Instead, it exceeded all expectations, becoming not just a profound tribute to one of this generation’s greatest actors, Chadwick Boseman, but becoming yet another powerful addition to the MCU.

Because it was so good I felt I could no longer wait to share where I rank this film in the MCU so here we are. Enjoy!

39. The Incredible Hulk

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Who knew that this movie would now be one of the most important early films in the MCU? I’ve got to watch it again so I know who The Leader is by the time of Captain America: New World Order.

38. Thor

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Thor has its moments but overall it’s pretty subpar.

37. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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Decent, not great.

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Where Does ‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ and ‘Werewolf By Night’ Officially Rank in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

It’s been a fun few months since Ms. Marvel ended with She-Hulk: Attorney at Law and Werewolf by Night debuting on Disney+. Now it’s time to see where they stack up with the ever-expanding list of decent to great installments in the MCU. Enjoy!

38. The Incredible Hulk

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Who knew that this movie would now be one of the most important early films in the MCU? I’ve got to watch it again so I know who The Leader is by the time of Captain America: New World Order.

37. Thor

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Thor has its moments but overall it’s pretty subpar.

36. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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Decent, not great.

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Where Does ‘Ms. Marvel’ Officially Rank in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Where does Ms. Marvel stack up against the rest of these installments? Let’s find out, shall we? Enjoy!

36. The Incredible Hulk

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I actually haven’t seen this movie in a while. Maybe I’ll watch it again and give it a better ranking…or not.

35. Thor

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Thor has its moments but overall it’s pretty subpar.

34. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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Decent, not great.

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Where Does ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Officially Rank in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

I watched Thor: Love and Thunder which means I can now rank it. This is exciting. With this ranking, there will also be some adjustments for some of the other films and shows in this franchise. Enjoy!

35. The Incredible Hulk

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I actually haven’t seen this movie in a while. Maybe I’ll watch it again and give it a better ranking…or not.

34. Thor

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Thor has its moments but overall it’s pretty subpar.

33. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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Decent, not great.

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Where Does ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ Officially Rank in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

I have seen Multiverse of Madness twice so now I can officially rank it in the MCU. Enjoy!

34. The Incredible Hulk

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I actually haven’t seen this movie in a while. Maybe I’ll watch it again and give it a better ranking…or not.

33. Thor

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Thor has its moments but overall it’s pretty subpar.

32. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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Decent, not great.

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‘Multiverse of Madness’ Is a Great Next Step in Doctor Strange’s Story

Yesterday I went and watched Multiverse of Madness again in theaters (IMAX, of course) to not only see the film featuring my favorite superhero of all time again but to grasp the story details a little bit better. And to my great surprise, I enjoyed the film even more!

My first viewing was a rollercoaster of emotions to absorb. From the shock of knowing that Wanda was the unapologetic villain of the movie to the roiling adventure that literally feels like it’s going nonstop for two hours straight. It was a lot to take in and I missed a lot.

So, with this second viewing, there were some things I enjoyed even more like the action sequences, of course, but most importantly, the emotional beats.

Since Doctor Strange, Stephen Strange has barely had any character development outside of his growing skill with his spellbook. To finally resume his arc by forcing him to literally face alternate versions of himself to better understand his place in the multiverse was simply brilliant.

In this post, I want to dive into the absolutely stellar character progression in this film and how it all came to be.

(This is a longread.)

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