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I got so fokken deurmekaar with all the Marvel Movies and in which order it goes, so I did some research so you can start at the right place and watch them in the correct order. It should keep you busy for quite some time. You’re gonna need a world of popcorn:
- Captain America: The First Avenger (takes place during WWII)
Steve Rogers, a rejected military soldier transforms into Captain America (Chris Evans) after klapping some drugs in the form of a “Super-Soldier serum”. Being Captain America comes at a price though. He attempts to take down some doos from a terrorist organization.
- Captain Marvel (takes place in 1995)
Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) becomes fucking strong and more powerful than the Guptas when Earth is caught in the middle of a moerse war between two alien races. This is high up in my top 5 of the series of 23 movies. I watched Endgame before this movie and I was like: who the fuck was that awesome chick? Don’t make the same mistake…
- Iron Man (takes place in 2010)
Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is chilling in some caves in Afghanistan. Actually, hang on. He is a prisoner, so it is lank kak. But… he also happens to be a billionaire engineer, so he creates a unique weaponized suit of armor to fuck up evil. the suit is poes expensive. But Tony can afford it.
- Iron Man 2 (takes place after Iron Man)
So becasue of the first movie, the entire world now knows who Tony Stark is. Also his health is taking a bit of a knock and he has to deal with some doos who somehow knew his dad.
- The Incredible Hulk (time unspecified, pre-Avengers)
O jesus, this is the one with Edward Norton in the role of Bruce Banner where he is a scientists who is constantly fleeing from the US government. Also, he turns into a (physically) big green douche canoe with a kak temper and he is trying to find a cure before he wrecks alles in his path. Hulk SMASH!
- Thor (time unspecified, pre-Avengers)
Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is a very powerful but cunty god-asshole who lives in Asgard and gets cast out to go live on earth with us boring earthlings. Luckily for us he becomes on of our coolest defenders. Pweh!
- The Avengers (takes place in 2012)
Remember, you need to watch the one from 2012 and not the piece of shit movie with Uma Thurman and Ralp Fiennes with the 3.8 rating from 1998. That was a fokken car crash of a movie. In this one, Nick Fury (old Smauel L) is the director of S.H.I.E.L.D.- the who’s who of Marvel Super Heroes which includes Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. Hawkeye, stop die lorrie!
- Iron Man 3 (takes place six months after The Avengers)
Tony Stark takes shots again from all angles. He gets fucked up by a terrorist called the Mandarin and he starts an odyssey of rebuilding and retribution. I think this is the one with the fuck loads of robots and CGI which made me very dizzy to the point of where I nearly threw up outside my mouth.
- Thor: Dark World (post-Avengers, pre-Ultron)
Excuse me? Dark Elves want to plunge the universe into darkness? Here, have a 6.9 rating…
- Captain America: Winter Soldier (post-Avengers, pre-Ultron)
Old Cap’n Steve is a bit of an old soul and is battling with modern times. Cell phones? Literally can’t deal. Also, he has to fight an oke called Winter Soldier. I sukkeled with this one, to be honest.
- Guardians of the Galaxy (sometime in 2014)
This one is also in my top 5. Jokes and one-liners galore! Pllenty of action! I am Groot! Afrikaans is Groot se fokken ma! Plus that little trashpanda has some serious fokken houding.
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (after Guardians)
The Guardian are kakking off a bit. They are struggling to function as a unit and there are family issues to boot. Star-Lord’s encounter with his father causes kak, for instance…
- Avengers: Age of Ultron (takes place in 2015)
Iron Man and Hulk need to kick start a peacekeeping program called Ultron. As expected, things turn out quite kak.
- Ant-Man (takes place in 2015)
I love Paul Rudd in any movie he has ever made. What a guy! Like the name of the movie suggests, he can go kak small with his kief suit. But he can also go super large and at the same time his strength increases. Like a a shitload. What a fun movie! Maak kak!
- Captain America: Civil War (post-Ultron, pre-Infinity War)
I actually just realized that Captain America is my least favorite superhero. In this installment, political involvement in the Avengers’ affairs causes a moere rift between Captain America and Iron Man. Fokken yawn, bra!
- Spider-Man: Homecoming (post-Civil War, pre-Infinity War)
Spiderman in high school. This was actually pretty watchable as it is not as serious as some of the movies later down the series.
- Doctor Strange (takes place in 2016)
A brilliant neurosurgeon, played by Benedict Cucumber Patch is drawn into the world of the mystic arts. This one also gave me a bit a motion sickness but it was still a lekker movie.
- Black Panther (takes place in 2017)
Welcome to Wakanda, which looks very suspiciously like Botswana, the Kruger Park or Pretoria North when they’ve had a kief rainy season. T’Challa must lead his peeps to a new future but at the same time deal with some needy turdcake who wants to ascent to the throne. This movie is probably exactly how Americans imagine Africa, but like with fuckloads more tech and a lot less load shedding and rhino poaching.
- Thor: Ragnarok (post-Ultron, pre-Infinity War)
This time Thor is not banished, but imprisoned on the planet Sakaar and a lot of shit goes down. The movie is damn hilarious at times. Even if you just watch it for Jeff Goldblum’s role. This was a a lot of fun!
- Avengers: Infinity War (takes place in 2017)
Thanos. What a cunt. Everybody dies.
- Ant-Man and The Wasp (ambiguous, but fits nicely between IW and Endgame)
I see these movies as more of a fun distraction rather than seriously contributing to the main story-line. They are heaps of fun! I can’t even remember what happens in this one. I think Paul Rudds wife or girlfriend becomes The Wasp. They go big and small and fly around and fuck shit up proper.
- Avengers: Endgame (starts in 2017, finishes in 2022)
This saga follows the events after everybody died in Infinity War. Thanos is still a big poes. I am in love with Brie Larson. And Scarlett Johansson. And Evangeline Lilly. And Paul Rudd. They fuck shit up.
- Spider-Man: Far From Home (post-Endgame)
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019), Spider-Man has some pretty big fokken shoes to fill. I can’t tell you who’s shoes those are, because then I will basically spoil everything by telling you who died in Infinity War when everyone on earth died.
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Our randomized trailer pick of the week
Each week we take a number from 1 to 10 from our list of suggestions and put it through a randomizer to choose a trailer to show you. This week it landed on our number 10 spot, Mayans M.C.
Set in a post-Jax Teller world of Sons of Anarchy, “Mayans MC” sees EZ Reyes, a former golden boy now fresh out of prison, as a prospect in the Mayan MC charter on the California-Mexico border who must carve out his new outlaw identity.
So far I’m really getting into this new series!
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