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Wrath of Man Review ' It’s entertaining, it’s dark, & it’s typical Guy Ritchie! So I dug the hell out of it!'

Our Top 10 Marvel Films: 5-1 (REVISITED)

Our list concludes with Hammers, Shields, wheelchairs, and at least 2 epic superhero mashups. Story by Matt Cummings We've been counting down our top 10 Marvel films - which you can see 10-6 HERE , which wasn't an easy thing considering how much our list changed from the last time (you can see those lists HERE and HERE ). We even felt a little Green Rage Monster inside of us at having to decide. But decide we did, and so here is the rest of our list. Please read our full reviews under each number: 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

Our Top 10 Marvel Films: 10-6 (REVISITED)

We return to re-rank our top 10 Marvel films so you can yell at us some more. Story by Matt Cummings Back in 2014, we ranked our top Marvel films HERE and HERE , which included anything made by Fox, Sony, and anyone else that threw something up on the big screen with the Marvel logo on it. But that was four films ago - and many more if you count those crafted by those same nemesises of Marvel. With the failure of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice still in our noses, it's time to dust off our Marvel list and see just how much has changed there as well. Just like last time, and to make it easier to read, we've broken it down into two articles. We'll release our top 5 list sometime this week. Here now is our top favorite Marvel films from 10 to 6: 10) X-Men: First Class (2011) A good friend of mine constantly says that X-Men: First Class was a happy accident. Who could blame him? Fox has been inconsistent in providing us with great Wolverine stories

Our Top 10 Marvel Films: 10-7

We rank our top 10 Marvel films so you can yell at us. Story by: Matt Cummings If anyone had told us back in 2008 that Marvel would become the profitable franchise in recent history, we would have laughed them out of the room. Who could blame us: after selling their soul (and several famous properties) to Fox and Sony , Marvel rebounded with an impressive list of their own films. But of the entire universe, which rank the highest and which deserve to languish in the Blu-ray bargain bin?   DC had better get its act together, before Planet Earth forgets them entirely. To make it easier to read, we've broken it down into two articles.  We'll release our top 5 list sometime this week.  You'll soon see why we only took four this time and not five. Here now is our top favorite Marvel films from 10 to 7: 10) X2 (2003)  Up to this point, we hadn't seen a film quite like X2 , a film which actually upped the stakes for comic book movies by outdoing the orig