Most of them.
No memorable villains.
No memorable soundtrack.
Almost no memorable epic set pieces. The only ones that I liked were a few scenes from Iron Man 1, Winter Soldier, partially Avengers and GotG. That's 4 of 17 movies that I watched.
Thor and Ant Man were the worst. Thor 1 and 2 don't even matter since the 3rd became a parody comedy movie.
I liked Norton's Hulk more. He has more character presence than Ruffalo. He can probably match RDJ or Evans.
If you're talking about CGI then it's actually the Captain American the First Avenger. Some of that green screen in the montage is really, really, offputting.
If you're talking about story and characters then that's a more subjective answer. For me, it's:
Darcy in Thor 1 and 2 (a character I want to scrub from the timeline)
Stane's end in Iron Man 1 when he could easily have becoming a continuing nemesis for Tony
Practically everything Pepper related in how she speaks to Tony in Iron Man 2 and 3 (rewatch those films and you'll see she absolutely zero respect for him as a person)
Odin in Thor 2. One-eye didn't learn a thing from the first film and caused most of the problems once the Aether showed up again.
I don’t think outdated is the best word to describe what has happened and will happen to some of the MCU films. IMO it’s not that they become “outdated”, but that they become forgettable. Movies like Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Iron Man 2 and Iron Man 3 easily become forgotten in the huge MCU. It’s not that they’re particularly outdated but that after so many other movies they become lost in the mix.
The Incredible Hulk for sure. It has a lengthy list of plot threads that never got resolved and characters who've been abandoned. On top of that, it's the only MCU movie I'd describe as a true failure. In every other MCU movie, I can at least see some redeeming value, I see none in The Incredible Hulk.
The Incredible Hulk mainly due to Samuel Stern's character going nowhere (That Gamma entering his brain, but he never materializes anywhere else), Betsy Ross being useless, and the CGI looking like terrible PS2 Cut scenes. It doesn't help that the transition from Norton to Ruffalo was jarring at first, and Norton was clearly phoning his performance in due to lack of satisfaction with the script. There are moments where Hulk and Blonsky's CGI look blotchy and imperfect, and the fight scenes seem really small scale in comparison to latter Hulk scenes.
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