Which of these is the most interesting?

The internet has been buzzing for a while now about the new Disney-Marvel movie The Avengers.

I’m no stranger to discussing the films and the comics, so when it came time to pick the top five movies to see this summer, I knew I wanted to pick up The Avengers, as well.

And then I found myself going back and looking back at some of the films in that franchise.

I didn’t just want to pick out the best and the most exciting of the three films, I wanted a lot of the most entertaining, and that’s what I got.

This is why I’ve put together a list of the 10 best films of the past decade, ranked from least exciting to most entertaining.

The list is ranked from 10 to 10 with the 10 films in the top 10 being the top-rated movies of the decade.

That’s the order in which I rated the films.

The films in bold are the top rated movies of that decade, so if I rated them all equally, they would all be in the same ranking.

1.

The Avengers (2011) (11 out of 10)I can’t think of a movie that made me feel like I’m part of the team more than The Avengers: The First Avenger.

I can’t remember the last time I’ve had the opportunity to sit in on a screening of the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

That was when I was 13 years old, and I remember the joy of sitting in on the opening of The Avengers and seeing the cast of characters I had come to know and love become a family in one movie.

It’s so refreshing to be able to see the team in action and be able sit in with the cast again, just as they were when we saw them in the movies in the 1980s.

Even in the new Marvel Cinematics, the Avengers’ core cast members are still there, with James Spader as Captain America, Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Chris Evans as Hawkeye, and Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man.

While it wasn’t the best film of the year, I still had a blast sitting in the theater and watching the Avengers.

2.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012)  (11 out the 10)For years, The Dark Moon and The Dark Tower were the top two films of each of the two Nolan-produced Batman films.

That changed in 2012, when the Dark Moon, The Batman, and The Riddler came out simultaneously, along with the first two Nolan films.

This made The Dark Night a really fun time to be a Batman fan, and also made it really hard to remember what happened in Batman Begins and the first Batman film, The Killing Joke.

The Nolan films were the best movies in my lifetime, and if I could just get them all to see The Dark Joker in one film, I would have a much better experience.

I also think The Dark Shadows of the Dark Knight Trilogy is the best Batman movie since Return of the Joker, and it would be amazing to see that film in its proper place in my personal collection.

3.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (2014)  (10 out 10)After The Dark Nights of the Circus and The Killing of a Sacred Deer, The Hunger Game trilogy was my favorite part of that trilogy, and this was the best part of it.

The characters were so well-developed and the storyline was a lot more fun than in previous installments.

I was able to rewatch it twice and get a much deeper understanding of Katniss Everdeen and her relationship with her best friend Katnissa, who are both trained to be warriors.

The movie also brought the world of Katnos to life with Katnith’s character becoming a badass ninja and the film’s finale giving us Katnits next step in the Katnistocracy.

4.

The Matrix Reloaded (2001) This movie is one of those films that I have no problem admitting I loved.

I actually grew up with it, and there are no better times in my life than watching it when I first came into my own.

I love watching the movie, and watching it in its entirety, I can only imagine how much of a hit it was with its original viewers.

The story itself was so well told and the action was so exciting, and the characters were all well-realized and believable.

The film also gave us an interesting alternate reality in which the Matrix was not the dystopian world of the original trilogy, but instead a world where humanity has progressed to the point where it can even live independently and be in control of its own destiny.

5.

The Last Airbender (2015) The Last Airbenders movie, in a nutshell, was the most epic thing to happen to the world in a long time.

It is the story of a group of peaceful people who have decided to live in peace by forming an