• Loren Javier

5 Funny Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies To Watch


In these troubled times where we've been quarantined to our homes because of COVID-19, everybody could use a laugh. So, I thought I'd share 5 of the funny Marvel Cinematic Universe films. All except for Ant-Man and the Wasp are available on Disney+. It should be noted that Ant-Man and the Wasp is currently available on Netflix, so you can still stream it.


Photo: Marvel

Ant-Man

I absolutely love Ant-Man and it is one of my favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe. While Guardians of the Galaxy brought a more humorous tone to the universe, Ant-Man was really the first all out comedy. I defy you to not laugh listening to one of Luis's stories. They will have you in stitches.


Photo: Marvel

Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy was the first Marvel film that really relied heavily on humor. While more of a space opera than all out comedy, there are many comedic scenes. Chris Pratt was perfect as a goofy yet confident Star Lord and leader of this motley crew. The movie also made a talking racoon and tree work to such a great degree that has made them household names. And, much of this is due to the humor built in.


Photo: Marvel

Ant-Man and the Wasp

Billed as Marvel Studios's first romantic comedy, Ant-Man and the Wasp pays reverence to the screwball comedies of yore. To the mix of the romantic comedy, they add a It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World aspect in terms of the race to get the Pym laboratory building. The result is a hilariously mad-cap romp through the streets of San Francisco.


Photo: Marvel

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

By the time Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 rolled about, Marvel had become quite comfortable with being able to use humor to its advantage. And, so, the sequel, while still retaining that space opera feel, also brought in a lot of humor. The relationship between Drax and Mantis is probably the best example of this. Also, having Groot as a baby added to the comedy quite a bit.


Photo: Marvel

Thor: Ragnarok

Thor always had an identity crisis not knowing the exact tone to take with the God of Thunder. But, with Thor: Ragnarok, they hit pay dirt by playing into the bravado of Thor. His relationship with Hulk brings in a great element of humor. Casting Jeff Goldblum as a goofy version of the Grandmaster was nothing short of brilliant as he brings a great deal of laughs to the film. Also, the recreation of the events of the end of Thor: The Dark World in play form is one of the most delightful things you see.

Follow us!

© 2019 by Castles, Capes & Clones. Proudly created with Wix.com