Analyzing Marvel Studios' Best Scene

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  • Published on Nov 28, 2018
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    Here is the first official episode of my new series: the Marvel Studios Retrospective. In this series I will explore Marvel's history and share the most important lessons of their storytelling. In this first episode we explore what makes the climax to Captain America: Civil War the best Marvel scene.
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  • Sifat Shams
    Sifat Shams Month ago

    Yet another layer of subtle subtextual brilliance: The irony (no pun intended) of seeing Tony Stark, a genius inventor, expert on modern technology, a man obsessed with his legacy, fighting so hard and so intensely for a lost connection to his past. In this moment, Past ≥ Present/Future

  • StarrPhototype
    StarrPhototype Month ago

    quite the .. one MARVElous Scene .. `eh ? :p

  • Urayne
    Urayne Month ago

    Civil War: We have the best fighting scene, whatchu' got?!
    *"I'mma destroy this man's whole career."* -Infinity War and Endgame.

  • 8bit GAMER
    8bit GAMER Month ago

    Bull shit! That scene in Black Panther being the best acted scene in all of Marvel is an ass of an opinion.

  • Ragga0the0yan
    Ragga0the0yan 2 months ago

    hm, fair point. but the best marvel scene is when meek does the little scissor dance. fucking classic, made me weep.

  • Ragga0the0yan
    Ragga0the0yan 2 months ago

    hold up hold up, you saying that the russo brothers said that if civil war hadnt happened then infinity war and endgame would have been very different, right, fine. but what that means is that baron zemo is directly responsible for not only the deaths of half the universe, but also indirectly responsible for the defeat of thanos. making him the single most influential character in the mcu, whether he recognises it or not.. boobs chocolate seven layers of massive abrasions in turtlenecks.

  • tibiboss
    tibiboss 2 months ago

    He defeated all the Avengers in hand to hand combat, except Tchala, who was Black Panther

  • Damon M
    Damon M 2 months ago

    This video is definitely going to need a remake after Endgames is done doing it's run

  • Ramzy Tarek
    Ramzy Tarek 2 months ago +1

    I AM IRONMAN *snaps finger*

  • King Snake22
    King Snake22 2 months ago +1

    Your opinion of this is gonna change when u see endgame 😉

  • John Pooob
    John Pooob 2 months ago

    I think we all know what the best scene is now....

  • Andrew Veenstra
    Andrew Veenstra 2 months ago

    After Endgame, I don’t think the title works anymore.

  • kyle parmater
    kyle parmater 2 months ago

    “Marvel studios best scene”
    Endgame: am I a joke to you?

  • The epic one
    The epic one 2 months ago

    I think the best scene is Thor 2 The Dark World

  • Tubbz
    Tubbz 2 months ago +1

    Endgame says hi

  • Hxnry A.
    Hxnry A. 2 months ago

    Change the title to One Marvelous Scene for exposure

  • Bogdan Gaziuc
    Bogdan Gaziuc 2 months ago +2

    You did #onemarvelousscene before it was cool

  • Sixstringstorulethemall
    Sixstringstorulethemall 2 months ago +1

    One marvelous scene the prequel

  • Thats a goose
    Thats a goose 2 months ago +2

    I agree with you that this scene is a very important scene, but I don’t think it’s the best one.
    I think the best scene in the marvel cinematic universe was the end credit scene of the first avenger when Steve says, “I had a date”
    This line just tells us so much about the character and what his morals and philosophy’s are

  • Hrishabh Singh
    Hrishabh Singh 2 months ago

    "These films aren't power fantasies, but vessels to explore our collective insecurities." - Very, very astute. Indeed, I can see how the ruining of a genuine friendship plays into the Russos wanting to explore the real stakes and consequences of the characters' actions. They put the human in superhuman.

  • Marcus M.
    Marcus M. 2 months ago

    I applaud you for this impressive video. With your breakdown, you have made me see Civil War in a much different light. 👏🏽 👏🏽 👏🏽

  • Marcus Rondo
    Marcus Rondo 2 months ago

    You're wrong Cap knew and considered the consequences of his actions.

  • Juanito G
    Juanito G 2 months ago

    Avtually steve didnt know bucky killed tonys parents. Just before the bit you show tony asks "did you know" and he says "i didnt know it was him"
    He knew theyd been assasinatef

  • ArchangelExile
    ArchangelExile 2 months ago

    8:29
    Syrum? You mean serum.

  • Brodie Yake
    Brodie Yake 2 months ago

    Thor's monologue to Rocket in Infinity War is wonderful. Chris Hemsworth's performance paired with the heartbreaking sentiment is something special. Banner and Black Widow's exchange in Age Of Ultron about wanting to leave the Avengers and start a family and why that's impossible is a highlight as well.

  • Brandon Playz
    Brandon Playz 2 months ago

    Thanos says the n wors

  • Tribacious Tee
    Tribacious Tee 2 months ago

    I think you have Cap's philosophy wrong, his character is really destroyed. His friendship with Bucky isn't the only reason he stands up for him, though it is one part why he believes Bucky is innocent. Cap's real philosophy is that he always stands by what is right - UNCOMPROMISINGLY so. He will not bend to the accords since it means giving up liberty. He will not compromise in protecting Bucky because Bucky is innocent and he knows the case won't be done right if he doesn't go out of his way. This philosophy still stands in Infinity War, where Steve REFUSES to kill Vision now just to ensure Thanos loses. "We don't trade lives."

  • Gabriel Zarazua
    Gabriel Zarazua 2 months ago

    Very well made video!

  • Jon Hyde
    Jon Hyde 2 months ago

    I say it's between the Luke Cage s2 finally, the DareDevil s3 finally, or the end of inifity war

  • Dilay Aydoğdu
    Dilay Aydoğdu 2 months ago +1

    I don't know the best but one of the best is Captain America: Winter Soldier's "I'm with you till the end of the line." scene.

  • kalathi
    kalathi 2 months ago

    One thing to note about the "mission report" date in Civil War -- if you pause and look at the newspaper clipping of Howard Stark's death in the intro to the VERY FIRST Iron Man (where they're going over Tony's achievements at the award ceremony), the date is December 17th, 1991. That, my friends, is what a master plan looks like.

  • Ashley Cole
    Ashley Cole 2 months ago

    Wow, this was amazing. I never even noticed how the camera movements and shot lengths changed in that final scene. And I definitely agree it’s the best Marvel scenes

  • Joaquín Zúñiga
    Joaquín Zúñiga 2 months ago

    I’m kind of sad that you didn’t talk about the moment their friendship is officially over: when Captain America is about to deal the final blow, Tony covers his face because he genuinely believes in that moment that Steve is going to kill him.
    There’s not greater breach of trust. There’s no coming back from that.
    He thought his friend was going to kill him and that was a reaction. No thought put into it.

  • Nuckelaveez
    Nuckelaveez 2 months ago

    I was rooting for Tony, Steve is a doosh

  • yugihlh
    yugihlh 2 months ago

    Serum*****

  • Pato Vazquez
    Pato Vazquez 2 months ago

    The only mistake is that Ironman would defeat both of them very easyly.

  • Supersmashhead
    Supersmashhead 2 months ago

    Best scene = Thor entrance in Wakanda.

  • Onechi Lwenje
    Onechi Lwenje 3 months ago

    what are you? 12?

  • Hamman Samuel
    Hamman Samuel 3 months ago

    You must have considered the shawarma scene, c'mon

  • RAGEINYOUTH ً
    RAGEINYOUTH ً 3 months ago

    Does anybody know who the asian super soldier dude is??

  • RAGEINYOUTH ً
    RAGEINYOUTH ً 3 months ago

    Really... best acted scene... the one in black panther... sure

  • Johnny Morris
    Johnny Morris 3 months ago

    The best scene is in Age of Ultron where all of the Avengers are fighting off the robots and it's in slow motion and it spins around showing vision, thor, iron man, scarlet witch - another one is in infinity war when Thor arrives in Wakanda

  • Simon Payne
    Simon Payne 3 months ago

    Thank you. A wonderful essay on a wonderful scene from an amazing film.

  • Edyson Classified
    Edyson Classified 3 months ago

    Well done.

  • AJ to the M
    AJ to the M 3 months ago +1

    “Evacuate the city! Engage all defenses! Close the back fence, also! And get this franchise an Oscar!”

  • Coleman Fly
    Coleman Fly 3 months ago

    When vision picks up Thor’s hammer in age of ultron

  • Jar Jar
    Jar Jar 3 months ago +2

    Let’s be real here, THE BEST SCENE in the MCU is the shot of the OG Avengers together in the first Avengers movie

  • Joel Weber
    Joel Weber 3 months ago

    The best acted scene with Michael b Jordan? I'm sorry, I know people thought he was good, but he is an absolute horse crap actor. His acting and his dialogue are what takes that movie from great to meh for me.

  • Honest Burglar
    Honest Burglar 3 months ago

    Dead people shouldn't come back to life

  • Christian Opper
    Christian Opper 3 months ago

    I just wish the scene hadn’t been so HEAVILY FEATURED IN THE TRAILERS. As soon as they got to the Siberia place I recognized it as he place from the trailers steve and tony would fight. Would’ve been so more impactful if I hadn’t known tbat

  • Nicholas Pilato
    Nicholas Pilato 3 months ago

    Thank you. Great video.

  • Raphael
    Raphael 3 months ago

    When we talking about cinema, this is the best scene tvclip.biz/video/DxRKwKJI_uI/video.html

  • Jake Berube
    Jake Berube 3 months ago +1

    It's March 29th. I watched this video a week before know. Right after this I get a project on cinematography in my English 12 class and the assignment is the find a short clip and analyze it. Lmao I'm taking this shit 😭

  • bashenga the black manta

    Imagine if dc had made a civilwar movie would you have made it be part of the batman trilogy,superman trilogy or would you make as a standalone movie that have repercution thrueout the dc universe
    Who would be the villain,
    What incident would led the goverment to creat the "sokovia accords,
    What cataclysm would made the hero fight each other

  • Vincent Vasquez
    Vincent Vasquez 3 months ago

    Captain America was wrong that’s all I needed to know

  • outboardprsnlstndup
    outboardprsnlstndup 3 months ago

    Also, a personal failing doesn't mean your philosophy has failed, just that you have. It could indicate that there are flaws in your philosophy, but by no means invalidates it necessarily.

  • outboardprsnlstndup
    outboardprsnlstndup 3 months ago

    I've seen alot of talk recently focusing on Captain America's failings in Civil War. His deception did play a pivotal role, BUT, it's IRON MAN who wants to rope them into a bargain with NATO-like schmucks that Captain America doesn't believe in, and with good reason. All this because Iron Man is a narcissist and believes he has to fix everything after a woman tells them of her sons tangential death to Socovia destruction. Which, by the way, also because of Starks creation of Ultron. So if you are going to play on Steve's deception, it's more the icing on the cake that tops the Tony Stark ten layer screw up special. Fault Meter: Steve: 9% Tony: 91%
    I think people are right, but still missing the whole picture. Good analysis of the creation of the scene, though.

  • Exarch
    Exarch 3 months ago

    No the best acted scene is when Tony loses to Steve. Tony thinks Steve is about to kill him it's gold.

  • Pa1e Boy
    Pa1e Boy 3 months ago

    Civil War is one of if not the best mcu movie ever made. This movie is designed to not only be a fun, entertaining action flick, but also one that can be interpreted in so many different ways.. It’s great on a technical level and on a thematic level. Civil War is fucking amazing and nobody can change that.

  • HTS
    HTS 3 months ago

    Nah, best scene is when Banner falls in Widow’s breast’s

  • Nick Gordon
    Nick Gordon 3 months ago

    Has to be one of the Stan Lee cameos

  • Gil Rider
    Gil Rider 3 months ago

    The best marvel scene is obviously the groot dancing scene in vol.2

  • Ze Hermanator
    Ze Hermanator 3 months ago

    Marvel in general's best seen is Daredevil season 3's fight with Kingpin 2nd place is Punisher's speech to DD about his family's death and 3rd place is Foggy finding out Matt is Daredevil...DAREDEVIL IS A MASTERPIECE and is a better "Trilogy" (which technically isn't a trilogy and was supposed to have multiple other seasons) than Captain America, Thor, AND Iron Man and he's also been better than any Batman movie adaptation

  • TK Prime
    TK Prime 3 months ago +1

    My only gripe with marvel is that they introduced two important characters too late. Doctor strange and captain marvel. They should have either been introduced them in phase 2 or earlier in phase 3 especially captain marvel

  • Zer0Diamonds
    Zer0Diamonds 3 months ago

    So basically, the best film is civil war.

  • Dalton Hill
    Dalton Hill 3 months ago +3

    CW: "I don't care, he killed my mom."
    BvS: "Martha!"

  • XenonTheFox
    XenonTheFox 3 months ago

    yo this vid came out on by birthday

  • Alex Jordan
    Alex Jordan 3 months ago

    Marvels best scene is where iron man flies in, in Avengers 1, and plays shoot to thrill and threatens Loki

  • Doctor Monty
    Doctor Monty 3 months ago

    Civil war alone is better than DC’s movies combined imo.

  • Mia Villasenor
    Mia Villasenor 3 months ago

    YOU'RE SO RIGHT ABOUT MARVEL'S BEST ACTED SCENE. tears in the theater lmao