6 Lowest-Rated Marvel Films By Rotten Tomatoes

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While there goes a common perception that Marvel Studios has hacked the success formula, recent stats prove otherwise. Here's a list of films that clearly couldn’t impress fans and hence, got the lowest rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Eternals: 47%Released in 2021, this is an ambitious superhero epic. It is a story about aliens living in disguises on earth for thousands of years. The Endgame tragedy forces them to give up their identity and help in the fight against the Deviants.

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania: 48%The first two parts of the trilogy was well-received by fans, but the 2023 film failed to impress. As far as the storyline goes, Scott Lang is transported to the Quantum Realm with his family where he has to fight Kang the Conqueror.

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Thor: Love and Thunder: 64%Many felt that this 2022 film was a redux of Ragnarok. The narrative sheds light on Thor, who is on his quest to find inner peace. But, where’s the fun in that? He later gets involved to neutralise a threat given by Gorr the God Butcher.

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Thor: The Dark World: 66%Released in 2013, critics were of the opinion that the movie in question wasn’t Marvel’s finest work. Thor and his brother Loki are on a mission to save Asgard and the Nine Realms from the wrath of the Dark Elves.

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The Incredible Hulk: 67%In this 2008 action-adventure film, Bruce Banner tries hard to find a solution that cures his contaminated cells from Gamma radiation. He is in hiding but then encounters a new threat named The Abomination.

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Iron Man 2: 71%As Tony Stark turns into a billionaire in this 2010 movie, he gets asked to share his technology with the military. However, the Iron Man is reluctant to share his secrets as he fears things might go south with so much power involved.