Yes, I've heard about most characters and seen more than my share of Marvel clips as part of my job reviewing CNET TVs. And I love movies. But I have a serious aversion to starting any story in the middle, I missed the boat on the first movies and because none of them seemed super interesting until the last few I shook them out in the big, unshielded country "things I will come later. "
Later on is now. With long story books . Maybe I miss something quite a row. Maybe I even come into comic books for real and open a whole new world of fantastic.coming out exactly 40 days, April 26, I finally want to open my eyes to the . People I respect really seem like Marvel movies – friends, colleagues, my 76-year-old mother – and I like sci-fi and
But I can't just start at Endgame. It would be so bad to just watch The Matrix Revolutions or The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies or Stupid and Stupid.
So I have decided to watch all the movies in Marvel Cinematic Universe or MCU, for the next month and 10 days. In the right chronological-in-world order. Happy to me, there's a cannon for it.
Of course, the Matrix / LOTR + Hobbit / D & Der stories consist of fewer than half the number of Marvel films. There are 21 MCU movies so far, for a total runtime of [quick Internet search] 45 hours and 58 minutes.
It goes on about half a marvel film per day. Or every other day. By devoting a solid piece of my nightly leisure, say most weekend nights plus two to three week days a week, I can do that, no problem. It helps my wife work three nights a week and my young children go to bed early.
As the cannon recommends, I'll start with Captain America tonight. Should be fun! I've never even watched a Marvel movie trailer, let alone this:
I'll let you know how it goes and post updates with my impression along the way. And if you have any advice, wishes or general feelings to share, you know in the comments or Twitter . Just one request: no spoilers.