This week, we take a look at the three biggest movies of the last 20 years, looking at the best, worst, and best and worst ever, all in one place.
It’s all about the Marvel movies!
The Three Marvel Movies That Made the Modern Movie The Avengers (2010) is the last installment in the Avengers trilogy, and it’s one of the best movies of this decade.
The film, written and directed by Joss Whedon, is about the rise of the Avengers as the superhero team they were created to be.
The Avengers are a family of superpowered heroes who go on a mission to protect humanity from an unknown threat that has been plaguing humanity for thousands of years.
It was originally meant to be the last Avengers movie.
In fact, the director was supposed to be James Gunn, but he had other ideas.
The first Avengers movie was a disaster.
It grossed only $6 million in the United States, and after that, it flopped at the box office, and fans started to worry about the movie’s long-term viability.
It also became a box office bomb, and critics were left feeling disappointed.
A year later, it was announced that Joss had left the project and the director had returned to his previous position.
The third film, Thor: The Dark World (2014), was the third movie in the franchise, and is the one with the most significant impact.
It stars the Thor-verse Avengers.
While it was originally supposed to come out in 2019, it’s now out in 2020.
The plot centers on the Hulk and the Guardians of the Galaxy (a team of Guardians of Tomorrow-style heroes) being captured by a villain known as the Living Tribunal.
The Living Tribunal is an immortal being who was sent to Earth by the Celestials.
He was sent on a rampage against humanity, and he enslaved many of humanity’s most powerful heroes.
He eventually turned against the Guardians, and was forced to join forces with the Avengers.
It has been one of Marvel’s most successful films, and many of its fans have been very satisfied with the films subsequent releases.
Thor: Ragnarok (2017) was the last movie in this franchise, which was a reboot of the original Thor comic book series.
This time, Marvel Studios had the help of writer/director Taika Waititi, who wrote the first draft of the movie.
While the first film was a commercial flop, audiences really liked the second and third films.
It had a ton of fun, and audiences liked that it had an all-new origin story.
Thor is the first Avenger in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so he was going to be part of the team for the next few films.
The three films are really quite unique, and I think they are a perfect fit for this franchise.
The Best Marvel Movies of All Time: Avengers (2011) The Avengers was the first of the three movies to be released after the release of Captain America: Civil War.
It made $8 million worldwide on its opening weekend.
This was the year that Marvel Studios began to focus more on television, and Thor: Ancillary Justice became the highest-grossing film of 2017, which came out in 2018.
It is a sequel to Thor, but it is not a sequel, and does not have any direct ties to the comics.
Thor and the Avengers were also both very popular movies, and the sequel also made a lot of money.
The second Avengers movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron (2016), was a really successful sequel to the first one, and made more money on its first weekend.
It earned more than $150 million worldwide.
Thor was one of many Avenger-related characters in the comics, and Marvel Studios really wanted to bring him back to life.
The Dark Phoenix Saga (2008) This film is the most expensive Marvel Studios movie of all-time, and that’s because it was the only movie released after Infinity War in 2018, so it had to wait until 2019.
The movie stars Mark Ruffalo as the Dark Phoenix, a powerful cosmic force that has a vendetta against Thanos.
He wants to kill Thanos, and destroy all of the other Avengers.
Thanos is trying to keep Thanos alive so he can conquer the universe, but Thanos has the power to destroy universes.
The problem is, Thanos’ power has been corrupted by the dark side of the cosmos, and now he is attempting to steal the Dark Sun, a cosmic artifact that will turn all of reality against him.
It costs $150 to watch the movie, but that’s a very good price to pay to see a movie that is so visually impressive.
I really enjoyed this movie.
It wasn’t perfect, but I felt that it was really fun.
This is the only Marvel film that I’ve seen that didn’t have an animated short in it.
Avengers: Infinity War (2018) This is a very different film