5) X-men: Days of Future Past (2014)
Fox achieved so much with First Class, but many were concerned that the prequel was nothing more than a happy accident. Not so: DOFP was filled with so many memorable moments that we'd fail if we tried to mention all of them here. From Quicksilver to the pitch-perfect performances of both future- and past-X-men, Director Bryan Singer made a passionate point: he owns this series and should be allowed to make as many of them as he wishes. It certainly endures, both as a top-flight superhero flick and as a well-built character drama.
4) Iron Man (2008)
3) Captain America: The Winter Solider (2014)
2) Captain America: Civil War (2016)
1) TheAvengers (2012)
With Marvel planning films through 2028, we know this list is sure to undergo significant changes, especially with Phase 3 jumping off so spectacularly. For now, what's your top 10 Marvel films? Join the discussion by leaving a comment below!
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