Marvel Cinematic Universe Analysis

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Introduction: Marvel Cinematic Universe has been adapted from Marvel comics universe which is of genre science fiction, superhero fiction, fantasy, horror and action. The concept of a super human exists since the age of old literature. Beowulf, the Iliad, the Odyssey, they were all stories of superheroes. A Superhero is someone with extraordinary powers. Marvel universe, despite dealing with science, also deals with supernatural, mystical elements and mythology too which brings out the essence of literature in these phenomenal movies. All these fantastical elements have been appreciated before but there is another concept which people tend not to notice much. The concept of ‘Morality’, which is one of the most important features of these…show more content…
He lost all his powers but got them back after realising his flaws, his ego and pride. He showed us that heroism is in stepping forward for someone else and not being selfish. He sacrificed his pathway to reach to his loved one for his kingdom, just like any army man leaves his family for his country, that is heroism. It taught us the value of loyalty and the importance of our responsibilities. Thor also taught us the value of the most important thing which is ‘hope’, we learnt another thing from this movie which is “we never realise our mistakes till we are punished and then when we realise we are able to stand again”. Marvel movies also teach us to accept our flaws. We do appreciate the way Hulk fights but there are deeper values in the movie which must be appreciated. It tells us that, if we know that we are not perfect and can’t fight our imperfection then the best thing to do is accept them and embrace those imperfections as your signature. We all have that frustrated, out bursting Hulk inside us but we must use that to achieve better goals. That Hulk can prove to be constructive for the potentially destructive power. It is okay to be angry until that anger is used for better things. Iron man is the most popular and loved superhero. People love him because he is a self made superhero. We sure…show more content…
Realisation is the source of power; Iron man started building iron suits for protection of his country and for better use instead of building missiles and Stark industry was yet successful. He also cares for his loved ones; he destroyed each iron man suit as a sign of his devotion to Pepper Potts. Captain America taught us that persistence is the manifestation of passion, never give up. He taught us that when you are passionate about something just do it. He had his will power intact long before he possessed the physical powers .He taught us that actions say more than speeches and never judge someone’s abilities by their physical appearance. According to me Spiderman is an ideal superhero. A superhero must not be judged by his fighting powers but rather his moral natures which is far more important and nowadays, rare. The value of relationships, love, friendship, family is something we should learn from Spiderman. He never misuses his power, he is hopeful and never gives up. He taught us that “to make good decision, we must make tough choices”, this movie did teach us that “with great power comes great responsibility”. To move on in life we must forgive people. Spiderman forgave sandman for killing his uncle and showed us that we must not judge people before knowing their story. He also taught us that we may believe in something which may not be true even in the movie Fantastic Four, the Silver Surfer was not evil but he had to serve his master that is
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