So we’ve watched every single one of the live-action Marvel movies and ranked them from worst to best, to give you a broad overview of just how good these films get, and how bad, and how far the’ve come since 1977.
The following Marvel movies are ranked based on quality, but whether that means “objective quality” or “sheer entertainment value” is determined on a case-by-case basis.
I realize that my past experiences have made me who I am today, but I still wish I could go back in time and have a sisterly chat with poor, clueless, "younger me" about relationships.
I could've written three novels, started a business, and hiked the Appalachian Trail with all the wasted time and energy.
Great for those eggnog-fueled evenings that blow past 2 a.m.
Just not as weird as it could have been, oddly enough. I’ll Be Home for Christmas Better appreciated as a relic of the Jonathan Taylor Thomas era than as a holiday treat, Disney’s Christmas road movie offers the right kind of silliness for early December viewing (before the hardcore marathoning begins). Ben Affleck and James Gandolfini are good fun as a wayward Christmas hater and his stand-in father figure.When it’s a healthy kind of love, it can help you become your best possible self and enrich your life with a new kind of happiness and meaning.When it’s unhealthy—or just not the right match—it can literally...Read more They say you never know a good thing till it's gone.But when it comes to breakups, there’s another phrase that rings true: hindsight is 20/20. I’ve been taking myself on dates—going to dinner or lunch by myself, or taking myself to the movies alone.