Whatever cinematic record you think of, it is very likely that Marvel's film industry either broke it or came very close to breaking it. The fame and popularity of the company's films are unrivaled in today's world, which is why the films they make have become a money-making factory for Marvel and Disney companies. He has told countless stories to his audience and has managed to create many enduring scenes in 27 different movies and TV series. ; Needless to say, Spider-Man and Avengers movies. However, some of the storylines that Marvel creates are so weak and irrational that many audiences hate them. It should have received more attention. Here are some things that have angered Marvel fans over the years:
10. Mandarin abrupt change
In the early days of Marvel's cinematic world, when Iron Man became the first trilogy to The company made, while other films did not make it to their second installment, Tony Stark's enemies were constantly changing. Ebadi Stein was a powerful anti-hero, while Whipplesh is still one of the weakest. . He was terrifying, scary, and convincing; All that was not the end. It turned out that Mandarin was not one of Tony Stark's greatest enemies in comic books, but rather an actor named Terror. It was Disney. Those who agreed with this sudden twist of the story thought only in the wake of the created comedy, and those who opposed it, the majority of the audience, hated it.
9. Immortality Pool
None of Marvel's films were unique. While the present has been crucial, all of Marvel's films have had the task of sowing seeds for future films and beginning a story that will continue later.
In The Avengers: Age of Ultron, this is the case. something happened. The film itself had prepared many unsolved stories and issues for the audience, but with a sudden turn, it left the powerful earthly heroes to sow the seeds of Thor's story and his search for the stones of eternity and his story in Ragnarok.
It was there that the scene that was supposed to be included in the film in order to explain things to the audience was simply wasted time. What was left of the scene was Thor swimming in a pool while his friends did not enter for fear. h2> 8. The love story of Cersei and Icarus
Now some of Marvel's movies can even be called boring. Not until recently, and even Marvel's weakest films had their fascinating moments, but Eternals was the first film to win the title.
The film was harshly criticized by critics It did not live up to the expectations of the audience, yet it was not a bad movie. However, what the film showed about the past story of Cersei and Icarus was too long and did not need much of it.
They were married and Icarus disappeared after a few thousand years. No further explanation was needed. Instead, the love story found wings and feathers we had rarely seen in Marvel. The tragedy occurs when, despite a long history of the two characters, Icarus and Cersei are two examples of Marvel characters who have not been paid well at all and are unknown to the audience.
7. Kilmonger rescues Tony Stark And has been dazzling. The
merger takes a different view of storytelling and gives
complementary characters who were less likely to sell tickets a
chance to shine.
Although the merger was not only positive; While Loki, WandaVision, Hawkeye, and Moon Knight are well-received by the audience, fans of the critical view of Falcon and Winter Soldier (Falcon and the Winter Soldier) And what if? (What If? It becomes Wakanda.
In simple terms, the story makes no sense and seems very ridiculous. This episode seemed to be made to introduce only a different version of Kilmonger to the audience, while the only purpose of this animated series was to sow the seeds of the intersection of parallel worlds and did not pay any attention to presenting compelling stories.
6. Explaining the Absence of the Immortals
With the end of the third phase of the Marvel movie world, there was an opportunity to start a new phase. However, any character who enters the world of Marvel from now on must answer the big question, and that is, where was he when he faced Tanus and why did he not help the other heroes? This question was posed to the X-Men and the Amazing Four, and now it is to the Immortals.
They are extremely powerful and historical, and have lived on Earth for seven thousand years. In the film, Dana Whitman asks Cersei why they did not intervene when confronted with Tanus, to which Cersei gives an irrational answer; "We were asked not to intervene," he said. Arishm directly instructs the ten immortals that they should not intervene as long as the catastrophe is not related to the theologians.
Raises the question of whether Tanus was not exactly one of the characters that the immortals had to fight. They were supposed to face the divine beings, and just when a divine being was about to destroy half of the earth, where were they?
5. Captain America: Civil War is one of the most powerful and
best films of all time. Captain America: Civil War is one of the
most powerful and best films. It's Marvel's cinema, and yet because
he is the main anti-hero of Zemo, how he gets into the story
is one of the weakest aspects of the film's narrative. They are
considered to be its strengths, and yet the role of Zemo in them
seems ridiculous. The logic behind Zemo's role in the story
All of his family has been killed in Sequoia, and the Avengers have returned home as he struggles to find them and mourn for them; Another ordinary day in which the Avengers do not take responsibility for the lives lost. He has no hands, they change according to his wishes, and he finally manages to put the two main characters of Marvel's world against each other.
4. Loki and Silvi's love story
Loki finally gave the god of tricks a chance, out of the shadows Shine your uninvited brother. The series threw everything away and started all over again without all the characters it had formed since 2012.
It's not possible to say that Loki's character in the Disney Plus series has not improved significantly, but many audiences are new to the paths he has taken. They walked, they were not satisfied. Especially the part where he falls in love with one of his own versions and has a romantic relationship with her. Let us say that he is a copy of the god of deception. This relationship is attractive and lovely, but as soon as we remember that Loki and Sylvie both fell in love with copies of themselves, everything seems irrational.
3. Time Travel
In the interval between the Eternal War and the end of the game, the audience was given a great opportunity to make various hypotheses. Examine in your mind and guess how the Avengers are going to defeat Tanus and how the heroes are going to come back from death. Time travel was very likely to be used.
Thanks to Scott Lang's experience in the quantum world, the Avengers were able to travel back in time and once again gather all the gems of eternity together. Time travel, however, has always been difficult, and like many other narratives before, the Avengers were not immune to its problems.
Stories about time travel must be accurate and Always stick to their rules, otherwise the story will fall apart and everything will fall apart. Although the Hulk tries to explain time travel, most of the rules are eventually broken.
The worst part of this story for fans was when Steve Rogers used this time travel feature to go backwards. Go and live with Peggy Carter. On paper, this is the end It was great for Steve Rogers, but in reality, when the world was suffering from war and destruction, he was sitting in a corner doing nothing; This move was completely contrary to what was expected of Asio Rogers.
2. Natasha and Bruce's love story
Three years after the Avengers first met, the second issue of The Problems Presented to the audience many that needed to be resolved. From new relationships to new teams, to the point where there was no room for useless relationships. they had. Didn't Joss Wooden think that Natasha Romanov and Bruce Banner had enough work to do?
It is true that the two characters had several stories in common; A story in which Natasha is sent to persuade Bruce to join the Avengers, and Natasha was the first to be attacked when Bruce became the Hulk for the first time in Queenjet, but that does not mean that the two characters They should have entered into a romantic relationship.
Bruce seemed to have completely forgotten Betty Ross, and Natasha's feelings for Bruce were utterly irrational and supportive. We are furious when we realize that this completely unreasonable and logical relationship was not the worst romantic relationship that Marvel's world has given us, and the worst of it was released a year later.
1. Steve and Sharon's romantic relationship
A large part of Steve Rogers's story and character has been influenced by Peggy Carter. The two characters were truly in love with each other, and Peggy had never left Steve's heart and mind. Even when he woke up in the future, he kept in touch with an old Peggy who was mentally ill.
It was after the Sequoia tragedy that Peggy died and Steve found out that Sharon, named Agent 13 is his niece. Only a few days passed and Steve decided to fall in love with her. This incident had no meaning. Steve has always been in love with Peggy, and although he already had a friendly relationship with Sharon, he never had a romantic feeling between the two. Was not provided and in that case it would have been an irrational explanation.