Top 10 Best Marvel Movies Not in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)When you think about Marvel movies nowadays, you think about a movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, some people are starting to forget about the movies set outside of the MCU. What do you think is the best non-MCU Marvel movie?
Although it's a 16-year-old movie, Spider-Man 2 is still one of the best superhero movies to date.
I'd more than likely have this one at the top too. As you explain, so would I concur. It's a fun movie
I love the Sam Reimi trilogy overall. And second movie might have my vote for the best one.
It might be the weakest in the trilogy, but I think it's a solid masterpiece as well
Long before the Avengers and their character arcs were even thoughts, Tobey Maguire became Spider-Man courtesy of Sony. Spider-Man is a simple movie, but good nonetheless. Its simplicity and the story implied throughout the trilogy make it fascinating even if James Franco (who ironically is three years younger than Tobey) looked a wee bit too old.
Yes, I agree these Sam Raimi films are my favorites of the Spidey's, and theres always something special about the opener of any series of films. Add in a great Villain, a beautiful female lead and great sets, and theres nothing left to chance. I really like this film and go back to it frequently.
I made a review of this movie recently that says why it's so good.
My personal favourite one. Not as slow-going as 2, but also not as crazy as 3
U kno, I have yet to see this start to finish, that's just how its gone for me, and that's a shame, because seeing it broken up like that really is frustrating and takes away from the experience. I would just add that what I have seen is very good, and Patrick Stewart is such a nuanced presence. Not that James McAvoy is bad as a young Professor X, but Stewart will always be that character for me.
This should be first. Raimi's spiderman movies are great, but the realism in this One Is unmatchable. Plot Is very good too and there Is no need to say acting Is great too. This masterpiece Is a must see. And not only for Marvel fans.
A very conclusive ending to what is in my opinion the best series of superhero movies ever made.
A fitting end for one the greatest superheroes of all time.
While I was a bit uncomfortable with some of the same things you were disgusted with, it did not ruin the overall effort of this film. I like it very much, and its hilariously offensive at worst. Great production value overall, so I guess I'm a part of the gang you refer to.
It's more so on the list because I know people like it than me liking it. I found the pornography thoroughly disgusting, but I know there are fans out there who love Deadpool, so here you go.
Eh, I don't like it that much, although I prefer it over Logan. Deadpool tries too hard to be funny but fails so bad, and Deadpool is one of those superheroes that likes porn and stuff so yeah, not a fan
Really like it, just picks up where X1 left off with a seamless transition.
Really good movie, I love it as much as the first one.
Slightly worst than the first one, but not by much.
It's a shame you haven t seen this, especially in the theatre. Its visually stunning, great score as well. Beyond that, I had a great time getting into the story. All this from a movie I thought I wouldn't like, so that's my 2 cents.
My favorite Spider Man movie. The animation is great, and it shows so much emotions. While I don't find SpiderMan homecoming bad, it is far inferior to that movie.
This isn't as much #6 because it's great; it's there because I'm yet to hear someone complain about it. I still haven't seen it actually.
The only decent movie on this list with the possible exception of x-men apocalypse and Deadpool
Arguably the best X-Men movie, it's really good.
My favorite Marvel film.
Again, hilarious. That team is so funny, and the interview process will stick for a long time. Great stuff.
It was SO hilarious, and considerably better than the first one in my opinion.
Funny as hell
I love this movie. I've always preferred the X-Men over the Avengers. This film introduced the characters very well and made me excited to see more.
Great film. Every character is so well cast, and we have empathy for the villains. Well paced and crafted story. Just about perfect
This movie was great, and an amazing way to introduce the awesome X-Men franchise.
This movie has many flaws, but also many great things that people don't give it enough credits in my opinion.
This one is the best in my opinion (haven't seen Spider-Verse yet). I like the dark and edgy tone and the villians are all good, and it was just so enjoyable
Fassbender's Magneto is my favorite character here, and it is a star studded cast. If only I hadn't seen Ian McKellan's Magneto 1st, because that character is iconic to me. In hindsight, Fassbender did a great job in an nearly unwinnable situation.
This is my favorite X-Men movie, which really says a lot considering it is my favorite superhero movie franchise.
This movie did a great job at showing the X-Men's backstory and we got to see more of Magneto.
The first Spider-Man movie I saw, and I thought it was enjoyable
I like this one too. More character development than the usual superhero fare, and less dependence on CGI.
Cool sequel. Not as great as the original, if memory serves, but great nonetheless.
Not as bad as people say it is. The CGI on Wolverine's claws never bothered me. The only problem with the movie is the ending with the weird Deadpool and his laser eyes. Logan losing his memory because of that bullet is also a bit weird if you've read the comics or watched the animated series.
I don't think its nearly as bad as many here seem to, nor do I think it's a great movie. Its just a decent movie, with plenty of flaws to explore if I were to take it too seriously, but I don't. It wasn't a bad way to waste time.
Aside from the Spider-Man trilogy, this is easily a favorite from outside the MCU.
I have yet to see this, but Venom was always one of the coolest looking characters in comics, and I also am a fan of Tom Hardy, so this ones a no brainer, I just gotta get on it. And yes, I even liked Toby McGuire and Topher Grace as Venom in 3, he's just such a menacing looking character.
I loved watching this Venom movie very much, it's worth it.
My favourite movie
Out of the two Ghost Rider movies, this one is the best, I watched it multiple times and it's a favorite of mine.
I voted just so I could comment on this- It IS an MCU film!
I kinda like it!