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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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  • Ze Hermanator
    Ze Hermanator 12 hours 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 12 hours 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 13 hours ago

    So basically, the best film is civil war.

  • Dalton Hill
    Dalton Hill 13 hours ago

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

  • XenonTheFox
    XenonTheFox 14 hours ago

    yo this vid came out on by birthday

  • Alex Jordan
    Alex Jordan 17 hours 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 17 hours ago

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

  • Mia Villasenor
    Mia Villasenor 20 hours ago

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

  • Mattheus1302
    Mattheus1302 Day ago

    Best marvel sceneis the marvel opening credits of captain marvel

  • Ares
    Ares Day ago

    cmon the best marvel scene was the daredevil hallway fight scene

  • prince well
    prince well Day ago

    Captain America the Winter soldier is my favorite.... idk but that movie was just so amazing to me.

  • prince well
    prince well Day ago

    Well said.....

  • Jose Alvarez
    Jose Alvarez Day ago

    I only watched infinity war once.. I dont think I can survive a 2nd watch..

  • Red King
    Red King Day ago

    Black panther was overrated

  • Joshua Billmeyer

    Fking AMAZING vid. Great job. Great explaining. Keep it up. Cap and Tony forever.

  • xd Piiney
    xd Piiney Day ago

    *iron man and cap talking*
    Cap: he’s my friend
    Iron man: so was I
    *punches Cap into ad*

  • Oreo Bug
    Oreo Bug Day ago

    The only thing I didn’t like about Civil War; it ruined Caps character for me. He was a jerk throughout the entire movie and would easily tear apart his friendships for some killer he hadn’t seen in 70+ years.

  • Irrelevant Name No One Will Remember

    Cap: He’s my friend...
    Tony: So was I-

    Hungry Jack’s ad: Spicy

  • Bruce Banner
    Bruce Banner Day ago

    "So was I."

  • Dhaval Brahmbhatt

    Its hard to pin down one scene in the whole MCU when the MCU itself is a moving target. This video ends up talking abt the biggest unexpected twist in the MCU instead of the best scene of MCU if you think about it.

    Best scene can be the stormbreaker defeating thanos throwing all infinity stones at it. Because the whole movie upto that point led the audience to believe that this movie is going into the opposite direction of all other MCU movies. You see all other MCU movies show no matter how bad the situation is, Heroes always win. In Infinity war, the heroes basically kept losing the whole way and Thanos seemed unstoppable.

    Thor "almost" killing Thanos meant, for a split second, audience believes, we are back on right track. That Thanos won't be able to carry out his big bad plan. And then....oh...snap (literally)!!

    For this reason I think that scene is the best in MCU yet. It's quite subtle as it happens very quickly and it isn't' the end of the movie.

  • Dhaval Brahmbhatt

    "Last time I thumbs uped a video....I lost an account"....

  • rbarbhuiyan
    rbarbhuiyan Day ago

    Is Steve Rogers the one that acts without consequences though? I thought that's Tony's thing - he's impulsive/circumstantial and doesn't really consider the effects of his actions. This supposedly starts to change in Iron Man 1 where he shuts down Stark Enterprise's weapons division upon realising the weapons he builds and sell can be used for harm instead of good and things aren't so black and white. But it never really fully goes away - most evidently showcased in Age of Ultron, I think: Tony may have good intentions i.e. ending the need for the Avengers, but then he makes a decision on behalf of all the Avengers without consulting them (except Bruce), it goes terribly wrong, but then he does it again! =/ Even if Tony is the most invested in the Avengers (which he may be in a 'complicated' way), he more often seems to regard it as a professional working group of people he has to work with, rather than a group of friends he wants to work with.
    Steve on the other hand is portrayed as the principled 'moral compass' of the group, rather than acting on impulses. Bucky may be his friend, so he has personal investment of course, but Steve also seems to be the main voice of reason in terms of encouraging due process and thinking out the long-term effects and "What if...?"s of an action (i.e. when he expresses his hesitancy in signing the Sokovia Accords). Conversely - and something that personally annoyed me so I'm aware there could be bias clouding my judgement here - Tony tries to guilt the rest of the team into signing the accords by using the example of the teenager who died volunteering in Sokovia, even though Ultron and his actions are all ultimately on Tony (and possibly Bruce), not the Avengers (which in turn just makes it seem even more that Tony can't accept the consequences of his actions) =/

    • rbarbhuiyan
      rbarbhuiyan Day ago

      Okay watched the rest and I think I still stand by my point, but I do wonder of course if I'm just being biased towards Captain America...

    • rbarbhuiyan
      rbarbhuiyan Day ago

      (Admittedly I'm halfway through the video so should have refrained from commenting yet, sorry! Will carry on watching...)

  • marijn morssink
    marijn morssink Day ago

    Though the elevator scene in wintersoldier was pretty Nice....

  • Jake Berube
    Jake Berube Day ago +1

    My favorites
    "That's my secret, I'm always angry" (Hulk appears and destroys Alien then Avengers circle up)
    "You're my friend... You're my mission.... Then finish it.. cuz I'm with you to the end of the line"
    "BRING ME THANOS"
    "Somebody help me I'm down here... Come on spider Man, come on spider Man"
    " I never yeilded and clearly I'm not dead"
    " Truth is.......... I Am Iron Man"
    (Iron Man by Black Sabbath plays)
    " If you kill me you'll be like everybody else... What's so wrong with that?"
    And then the entire 3rd act of Captain America Civil War

    Edit - also the ending scene from Captain America the First Aveneger. When Steve was going down with the plane and was talking to Peggy.

  • E O'Brien
    E O'Brien 2 days ago

    The correct spelling is serum. That aside, nice little analysis.

  • eduardobono
    eduardobono 2 days ago

    Really nice editing👏👏

  • Someone Important
    Someone Important 2 days ago

    He was my friend-
    SPRINT ad...

  • Someone Important
    Someone Important 2 days ago

    The first avengers team up scene

  • Chris M
    Chris M 2 days ago

    ‘Bucky was responsible for killing his parents’
    And that’s where I stop watching

  • Longfellow Deeds22734

    I’m a huge marvel fan. This is the first video I have seen of yours and you got yourself a subscriber. Well done.

  • Jetfire97
    Jetfire97 2 days ago +1

    *looks at the thumbnail and thinks* "don't bullsh!t me Rogers, Did you know?"

  • Joseph Bennett
    Joseph Bennett 2 days ago

    Great Video... Do you have an opinion on Captain Marvel?

  • harryluve
    harryluve 2 days ago

    Hulk like fire Thor like water

  • Anthony Bertuzzi
    Anthony Bertuzzi 2 days ago

    Forced comedy is still bad comedy can we just have funny moments happen on their own . Pleas some fan on here explain to be why you laugh at every joke . Is it doubling down or do you actually think they are funny

  • laidback
    laidback 2 days ago

    That was an amazing analysis! Thank you for that. I still get chills from that scene with Tony and cap revelation.

  • 100k Subs Without A Video

    Russos' BP is badass but he's not that great in his own movie

  • noobybooby
    noobybooby 3 days ago +1

    The art of film making and story telling or basically any art are things my feeble mind aren't able to create

  • phung phuclam
    phung phuclam 3 days ago

    every thing go bad because of soul stone

  • Derek Richardson
    Derek Richardson 3 days ago

    Nah, best scene in the MCU is Thor talking to Rocket. He’s boasting how he always finds a way to triumph with a smile while his eye is full of pain and is tearing up.

  • Broc Baney
    Broc Baney 3 days ago

    My only issue with civil war is within the line "I can do this all day" because it implies viewing stark as a bully, when he obviously has very good reasons for being upset and hurt

  • Matt Hill From College 🧢

    Marvel studios’ best scene is the black panther museum heist

  • I Am The One Who Knocks

    When you broke down the scene where you showed all of their expressions at once during the 16/Dec/91 tape of Tony's parent's death was brilliant!

  • Nathan
    Nathan 3 days ago

    Honestly don't care for civil war that much...

  • DizzyMAC
    DizzyMAC 3 days ago

    I’m fourteen and that’s deep

  • H Xiong
    H Xiong 3 days ago

    The scene where Steve made out with Agent Sharon Carter in Civil War. The man scored with both aunt and niece. Hats off to Steve Rogers

  • jason m
    jason m 3 days ago

    “So finish it.” Is the best line in the MCU

  • Brett WK
    Brett WK 3 days ago

    Exactly the scene I expected when I clicked on this video. Excellent analysis!

  • The Twisted Arcade
    The Twisted Arcade 3 days ago

    Best acted scene in marvel is Cap and Tony’s discussion after Tony asks cap to sign the accords

  • Triskosity
    Triskosity 3 days ago

    The best-acted scene to me is Pete arguing with Tony after the boat scene in Homecoming.

  • ches del Rosario
    ches del Rosario 4 days ago

    Meanwhile in BvS..
    sAvE mArThA

  • Suffering
    Suffering 4 days ago

    What if they came out with like one film and it was all the movies in one and in chronological order...

  • ShinyHax
    ShinyHax 4 days ago

    The final fight scene between iron man and Captain America during civil war.
    Edit: I wrote that before the video even started.

  • Murderus
    Murderus 4 days ago

    I love Michael B Jordan but i think he was so cringy and awkward in black panther especially compared to the rest of the cast. Idk what it was I just think is acting was so bad

  • minty OwO
    minty OwO 4 days ago

    Great video! My personal favorite scene of this film is Black Panther sparing Zemo. He was the only character that learned the lesson of the movie

  • Orfeo
    Orfeo 4 days ago +1

    Just so you know, that little comment, that was definitely not the best acting scene, not at all...

  • Luffy1045
    Luffy1045 5 days ago

    1:18 totally agree

  • VirgilwithanE
    VirgilwithanE 5 days ago +1

    "Syrum"?

  • FeverPK
    FeverPK 5 days ago

    Very well done! Really enjoyed the movie analysis from a philosophical approach 👍

  • BENR8108
    BENR8108 5 days ago

    "We learn the most about our heroes when we allow them to Fail..." Agreed.. yet the MCU just gave us Captain Marvel.... so yeah... not so sure on that anymore. That character has no failings, and is basically perfect, and thus no heroe's journey. Both Captain American and Iron Man have positive and negative characteristics, which is why they are compelling and heroic when they rise above their failings. Captain Marvel is a feminist power fantasy, and sours the work that has been done in creating the MCU...

  • Nicolai Trevino
    Nicolai Trevino 5 days ago

    Civil War has its issues, but its my favorite marvel film. The Russos killed it.

  • Angel Gil Lopez
    Angel Gil Lopez 5 days ago +1

    Beat acting was not from black panther

  • Isambardify
    Isambardify 6 days ago +1

    That bit where Bruce Banner is angry all the time though, and he hulks out and punches that flying whale! Phoar!!

  • The MustangFan13
    The MustangFan13 6 days ago +1

    I think that the Civil War is definitely one of the best, but can we get a shout out for "Mr. Stark I don't feel so good"

  • Miguel
    Miguel 6 days ago

    Franchise=/=Marvel Studios

  • Richard Hambel
    Richard Hambel 6 days ago

    No, the best scene is the fight on Titan with Thanos.

  • gaiskerein
    gaiskerein 6 days ago

    The best scene was when Saitama accidentally wipes half of the universe.

  • The Feral Phoenix
    The Feral Phoenix 6 days ago

    My favorite lines/scenes (no order):
    -"vengeance has consumed you. It is consuming them. I am done letting it consume me" black panther in CA:CW
    -"there will always be men like you" civilian in Avengers (I think people forget about this a lot)
    -"it's not fair. It shouldn't be you, but it is" and everything else vision says to Wanda at the end of Infinity War (really underrated imo)
    -shield showing up to help out in Age of Ultron, cap saying it's what they should be, and quicksilver saying they weren't so bad after all (the view with cap & widow is also nice)
    -"you wanted to win, and I just wanted a sister" I feel like nebula and gamora are the best sibling story in the MCU. I'm not a huge fan of Loki and Thor; I feel like Thor gave him too many chances and Loki was just popular so he was forgiven.

  • sevaM nahtanoJ
    sevaM nahtanoJ 6 days ago

    The Bucky and Captain America vs iron man scene is my favorite but my second favorite is when thanos finds gamora and star lord has to kill gamora (couldn’t do it)

  • Matthew Floyd
    Matthew Floyd 6 days ago

    When Thor talks to Rocket about all that he’s lost.

  • Dwagon
    Dwagon 6 days ago

    I think the best scene is the avengers vs THANOS on titan

  • Dwagon
    Dwagon 6 days ago

    I didn’t think that was the best acting one lmao

  • Hillary Trump
    Hillary Trump 6 days ago

    Imo hulk vs iron man

  • Pranav Krishna
    Pranav Krishna 6 days ago

    It's spelled "serum"

  • Thomas G
    Thomas G 6 days ago +1

    That's all well and good, but the REAL best scene in the MCU is "I was looking at porn"

  • Mitchell Apple
    Mitchell Apple 7 days ago

    Positive comment

  • Mr O
    Mr O 7 days ago

    My favorite scene was in Infinity War Iron Man vs Thanos.

  • Paladin Jaius
    Paladin Jaius 7 days ago

    Serum*

  • John Manzuki
    John Manzuki 7 days ago

    The hallway fight in Daredevil S3 E4 is marvel's best scene.

    • John Manzuki
      John Manzuki 7 days ago

      Also the end of Daredevil season 3 with Fisk and DD was the best acting BY FAR.

  • Jonah The Jedai
    Jonah The Jedai 7 days ago

    Great!!

  • Colfenor
    Colfenor 7 days ago

    This is why all this forced marketing for Captain Marvel doesn't work. Where was she when this world was built? Do they really expect people to accept her as the new main character of the MCU when there are at least 2-3 other more important characters than her, like Spidey, Black Panther or even Dr. Strange or Scarlet Witch? CM can be a nice supporting character, but it terms of character development, she is an absolute zero.

    • minty OwO
      minty OwO 4 days ago

      The new generation has to start somewhere. I really doubt she's gonna be as overbearing in Endgame as everybody fears since the trailers are focusing on Cap, Stark, and Thor. Afterwards? Yeah, it'll probably be her show, but that'll be after many of the original characters are retired after Endgame.

  • Dascorpio36
    Dascorpio36 7 days ago

    I like this video but I think the there's a bias to civil war. I mean no-disrespect cause I love the marvel series, but there are awesome scenes in all of them. A buddy & I were debating how useless Vision was in Infinity War. I was of the opinion that he (Vision) was useless & my friend says marvel needed a plot line for the movie. Then I was watching a clip from Age of Ultron when Vision is created and attacks the avengers. The battle ends in a stalemate but he gives a fantastic speech & lifts Thor's hammer. Good scenes in all of them. Just my 2cents.

  • Pizza_patrol
    Pizza_patrol 7 days ago

    Dude I do this so much and my friends hate it, I analyze every little detail of a movie that I can and I love doing it. I love this dude you did an amazing job. SUBSCRIBED!

  • Funk O'Matic
    Funk O'Matic 7 days ago +2

    if there is one mcu movie that deserves the first best picture nomination..before black panther....is Captain America: CIVIL WAR.

  • Funk O'Matic
    Funk O'Matic 7 days ago

    tony finding out bout steve knowing bout bucky having killed his parents, of course...

  • capfogful
    capfogful 7 days ago

    Lol, no one thought they wont fight at the end, it was in the fucking trailer.

  • Lu Martinez
    Lu Martinez 7 days ago

    i still don’t understand how people can say both tony and steve are to blame during cw. like, yeah, tony wanted bucky captured, but bitch, everyone thought that motherfucker blew the shit out of the un and killed king t’chaka. when he realized that it wasn’t bucky, tony went to help them, like ? he truly wanted to help them bc he knew that was the right thing to do.
    in the other hand, steve didn’t give no fucks. he fucking knew that bucky had killed tony’s parents, and he just fucking tried to go against everyone instead of trying to talk everything out like civilized people.

    • Lu Martinez
      Lu Martinez 7 days ago

      okay, but why’s tony presented as a bully here? he in no moment tried to kill steve or bucky? he was defending himself bc they were literally trying to take him down.

  • DukBurd
    DukBurd 8 days ago

    Thors arrival in Wakanda gives me chills every single time i watch it

  • Joe Jackson
    Joe Jackson 8 days ago

    And now we have captain marvel 🤦‍♂️

  • knightpeanut
    knightpeanut 8 days ago

    Marvel's best scene is Killmonger dying watching the sunset at Wakanda

  • Danirama Senju
    Danirama Senju 8 days ago

    Background music at 4:50?

    • Danirama Senju
      Danirama Senju 7 days ago

      Darth Revan but thanks for trying to help

    • Danirama Senju
      Danirama Senju 7 days ago

      Darth Revan Yeahhh man it wasn’t the one 😥 I’ve been searching all day and no luck

    • Darth Revan
      Darth Revan 7 days ago

      I might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure it's "End of the Line" by Henry Jackman for Captain America: The Winter Soldier

    • Danirama Senju
      Danirama Senju 7 days ago

      Someone pleaseeee

  • TheChickenTurtle
    TheChickenTurtle 8 days ago

    Yondu's death scene

  • Andrew Curtis
    Andrew Curtis 8 days ago

    Never thought of Cap as the bad guy, but yeah...then again it was “his” movie so to be expected.

  • Christian Valenzuela

    The best scene is yet to come my friends .... END GAME

  • Pierre-Edouard Cineas
    Pierre-Edouard Cineas 8 days ago +1

    This is well put together but I disagree. Cap's objective was to protect Bucky who was innocent of his crimes because he wasn't himself while working for hydra. He protects freedom at any cost. Cap wasn't allowed to operate freely under the Accords so he abandoned the avengers that signed it.

  • brian counts
    brian counts 8 days ago

    Spider man dying in my opinion was my favorite acting scene. The amount of emotion and great acting was superior to kill monger in that scene. In my opinion.

  • em anne06
    em anne06 8 days ago

    Lol the ad
    "And hiding the things we don't" *DC UNIVERSE*

  • David Purba
    David Purba 9 days ago

    Fucking nerd

  • Patrol Pilot
    Patrol Pilot 9 days ago

    All that excellent analysis and wonderfully planned story telling, impaled, urinated on, and laughed at in one movie....Thanks for destroying a titan captain marvel.

  • Heath
    Heath 9 days ago

    Instant dislike for saying that Killmonger scene was the "best acted scene"

  • Draconius Selvantius

    The original Iron Man had a newspaper headline during the "passing of a titan" segment near the beginning saying that Tony's parents died in an accident. The newspaper's date? December 17, 1991 That is dedication to continuity there, too bad not all of the MCU movies have that kind of continuity to it.