10 Weakest Links In The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Chain of Fools.

Now the biggest movie franchise of all-time (take that, Harry Potter), the Marvel Cinematic Universe pretty much takes up a large percentage of your life; there's a good chance that you at least think about something MCU-based each and every day, because is there anything else more than dominant - and consistent - in life than this, inevitable on-going superhero saga? Entertaining? Sure. Occasionally awe-inspiring? Absolutely. Flawless? Uh, not so much. Before anybody reading this heads straight down to the comment section in order call out this article as a pointless attack on the awesomeness that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe, hold your horses: this isn't supposed to be an arbitrary criticism on the MCU as much as it's supposed to be a genuine look at some of the things that this mega-franchise needs to consider making better. In some cases, of course, it's too late and the moment has passed to correct a weakness - fans just have to move on. In others cases, though, there's a clear opportunity to grow or strengthen an aspect of the franchise in order to make it a better experience. Here, then, are the 10 weakest links in the Marcel Cinematic Universe - those aspects that have either brought the franchise down in the past or are bringing the franchise down now...

Sam Hill is an ardent cinephile and has been writing about film professionally since 2008. He harbours a particular fondness for western and sci-fi movies.