Favorite MCU Movie Scenes

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  • DNA3000DNA3000 Posts: 8,437 Guardian

    Bogia said:

    The X-men movies aren't technically "MCU," but I always liked the scene in X2 when Wolverine single handedly defended the school against Stryker's army.

    For true MCU, I liked Civil War's standoff between Iron Man and Cap, especially when Cap diffused Tony's laser beam with his shield. One of the most iconic images of the MCU so far for me.

    Love that scene of Wolverine defending the School! One of the few scenes in the original series that showed his ferocity and sense of loyalty to the School and its students. And, that’s not even the coolest scene in that movie! In my opinion, Nightcrawler’s raid on the White House is the best scene in all of the X-Men movies.
    My favorite scene in the original X-Men movies is probably one that most wouldn't think to mention, but for me, this scene is what sold me on the first movie right at the start:


    For me, this is what the X-Men were all about right there.

    But of course, if I had to pick a favorite scene in all of the FOX X-Men movies it would probably be this:

  • I was absolutely fascinated by the city fight scene in Doctor Strange when they're bending the entire world. I have a LOT of scenes from the movies that I like, but that was the first one I thought of. Though in addition my next favorite scene is probably the fight on the Rainbow Bridge in Thor 3.
  • DNA3000DNA3000 Posts: 8,437 Guardian

    Fun fact, Dark Phoenix is the last Movie under Fox to be released, although there may be more through Marvel/Disney. Early projections don't look good. Lol. Let's hope they exceed expectations.

    There is zero possibility that Marvel doesn't reboot the X-Men to eventually fold them into the MCU. Dark Phoenix could make all the money in the universe; the X-Men are, next to Spiderman, the signature Marvel property. I see Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool surviving the merger, but not the X-Men.

    Kevin Feige has something that no one at Warner and no one at FOX has: patience. The MCU is a twenty one movie story told over ten years. We had four years of movies before we saw the Avengers on screen together. There are seven separate "franchise" movie sequences in the MCU (Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Guardians of the Galaxy, Dr. Strange, Ant Man, and Captain Marvel). Nine if you count the Hulk and Spiderman, although each of those has complications. Infinity War and End game, the culminating story, are the third and fourth Avengers movies (maybe more if you count Civil War as Avengers 2.5). With all the movies Marvel Studios makes, they show remarkable restraint in letting their characters breathe.

    Meanwhile, Warner decided to make the sequel to its rebooted Superman be the movie where he fights Batman to the death, and Justice League comes out before we've really seen either the Flash, Cyborg, or Aquaman in anything anyone cares about. And while FOX didn't try to do quite as much quite so quickly, Days of Future Past only worked because it brought the old cast in. And Dark Phoenix is happening before they laid any of the groundwork required to make that story work as the tragedy the original was. (Apocalypse was, well, Apocalypse.)

    In my opinion, Feige is going to want to introduce the X-Men into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And he's going to want to do so on his own terms, at his own speed, and have them grow into something over time. He's not going to want to inject them into the MCU fully formed from the FOX movies.
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 20,463 ★★★★★

    I was absolutely fascinated by the city fight scene in Doctor Strange when they're bending the entire world. I have a LOT of scenes from the movies that I like, but that was the first one I thought of. Though in addition my next favorite scene is probably the fight on the Rainbow Bridge in Thor 3.

    I loved that Scene. Also, I found Tilda Swinton to be an odd choice, but she fit.
  • DNA3000DNA3000 Posts: 8,437 Guardian

    I was absolutely fascinated by the city fight scene in Doctor Strange when they're bending the entire world. I have a LOT of scenes from the movies that I like, but that was the first one I thought of. Though in addition my next favorite scene is probably the fight on the Rainbow Bridge in Thor 3.

    Dr. Strange is my favorite comic book "superhero" character from my childhood. And I loved the movie. But I thought the world bending was just a tiny bit too evocative of Inception. Had I not seen that movie, I would have been enthralled. And it isn't a bad thing the movie is doing, but it is one of those things that for me that effect only gets one shot at making a first impression, and then it becomes bullet time.

    The *idea* that in the MCU all of magic is really taking other dimensions and "intersecting" them with our world is a really interesting idea I hope they do more with, and it isn't just the "excuse" for magic in the MCU.
  • DNA3000 said:



    Dr. Strange is my favorite comic book "superhero" character from my childhood. And I loved the movie. But I thought the world bending was just a tiny bit too evocative of Inception. Had I not seen that movie, I would have been enthralled. And it isn't a bad thing the movie is doing, but it is one of those things that for me that effect only gets one shot at making a first impression, and then it becomes bullet time.

    The *idea* that in the MCU all of magic is really taking other dimensions and "intersecting" them with our world is a really interesting idea I hope they do more with, and it isn't just the "excuse" for magic in the MCU.

    Between you, me, and everyone else who reads this-- I think a big reason I enjoyed it was because of how they did it already in Inception. That's already one of my favorite movies as it is so seeing it in a 'mirror verse' setting for MCU was interesting in its own. So I totally get what you're coming from about it! Inception definitely had that 'whoa' factor before DS dropped it into a film.

  • JestressJestress Posts: 1,141 ★★★★
    Guardians 2 when Fleetwood Mac - The Chain comes on.
    Never Break The Chain scene in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" from r/marvelstudios

    And then this gem:



  • Too_qikToo_qik Posts: 532 ★★
    My favorite is when Groot says I am Groot!
    And Steve Rogers replies I am Steve Rogers.
  • ButtehrsButtehrs Posts: 942 ★★★
    DNA3000 said:

    Fun fact, Dark Phoenix is the last Movie under Fox to be released, although there may be more through Marvel/Disney. Early projections don't look good. Lol. Let's hope they exceed expectations.

    There is zero possibility that Marvel doesn't reboot the X-Men to eventually fold them into the MCU. Dark Phoenix could make all the money in the universe; the X-Men are, next to Spiderman, the signature Marvel property. I see Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool surviving the merger, but not the X-Men.

    Kevin Feige has something that no one at Warner and no one at FOX has: patience. The MCU is a twenty one movie story told over ten years. We had four years of movies before we saw the Avengers on screen together. There are seven separate "franchise" movie sequences in the MCU (Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Guardians of the Galaxy, Dr. Strange, Ant Man, and Captain Marvel). Nine if you count the Hulk and Spiderman, although each of those has complications. Infinity War and End game, the culminating story, are the third and fourth Avengers movies (maybe more if you count Civil War as Avengers 2.5). With all the movies Marvel Studios makes, they show remarkable restraint in letting their characters breathe.

    Meanwhile, Warner decided to make the sequel to its rebooted Superman be the movie where he fights Batman to the death, and Justice League comes out before we've really seen either the Flash, Cyborg, or Aquaman in anything anyone cares about. And while FOX didn't try to do quite as much quite so quickly, Days of Future Past only worked because it brought the old cast in. And Dark Phoenix is happening before they laid any of the groundwork required to make that story work as the tragedy the original was. (Apocalypse was, well, Apocalypse.)

    In my opinion, Feige is going to want to introduce the X-Men into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And he's going to want to do so on his own terms, at his own speed, and have them grow into something over time. He's not going to want to inject them into the MCU fully formed from the FOX movies.
    Your forgog black panther up there in the franchises. How could you :(
  • Dexman1349Dexman1349 Posts: 3,060 ★★★★★
    Can't believe Michael Pena not getting any love...



  • FhfjghhggggjfhfjgFhfjghhggggjfhfjg Posts: 3,763 ★★★★★
    edited June 13

    Best scene of the mcu imo
  • FhfjghhggggjfhfjgFhfjghhggggjfhfjg Posts: 3,763 ★★★★★

    My favorite of Stan Lee's cameos
  • Dexman1349Dexman1349 Posts: 3,060 ★★★★★


    My favorite of Stan Lee's cameos

    The one in Deadpool was pretty good as well...
  • GroundedWisdomGroundedWisdom Posts: 20,463 ★★★★★
    The beginning of Captain Marvel had me teary.
  • WardenZeroWardenZero Posts: 688 ★★★

    In Thor Ragnarok when Thor is fighting on the bridge with immagrant song playing in the background.

    Yes yes yes. This. So much. Love Thor Ragnarok so much. Also all of Black Panther and the part in Ant Man when Hank calls Scott’s friends “wombats.”
  • PotatolegionPotatolegion Posts: 94
    I'm with you, to the end of the line. (During the final battle of winter soldier)
    Such an emotional punch.
  • TerraTerra Posts: 1,511 ★★★★
    edited June 27
    "I am... Iron Man."
    Both my favorite quote and moments when he says it
  • ThatGuyYouSaw235ThatGuyYouSaw235 Posts: 333 ★★
    All of Thor Ragnarok
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