Disney+ is where you can get your fix if you're a big fan of the comic book company.

The streaming service has almost every movie in the MCU and a growing collection of exciting original series. Some of the titles that can't be missed are the ones that should be seen.

It's time to check out the best movies and shows on Disney+.

1. Thor: Ragnarok

The best thing about the THOR movies is that they are all good. The superhero comedy features clever directorial skills of Taika Waititi, a colorful new planet, and a script that's so witty it hurts. Tom Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo, and Jeff Goldblum are just a few of the actors who are in Chris Hemsworth's movie. This is one of the funniest parts of the MCU. It's all of it.

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2. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

This is the first movie in which an Asian-American hero is featured, and it is also the first movie to introduce a new Avenger after the events of Endgame. The movie delivered on every level for the people who had anything riding on it.

Simu is a street level hero who can travel the multiverse. The movie's intimate focus on his broken family dynamics made for a refreshing departure from big-budget superhero movies that bank all of their appeal on flashyCGI The great villain in the Legend of the Ten Rings was played by Tony Leung.

The Legend of the Ten Rings is now available on Disney+.

3. WandaVision

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Even though it wasn't doing its usual things, WandaVision proved that it could still be fun. WandaVision took fans to the sitcom life that Wanda and Vision are trapped in instead of taking them on a world-saving mission.

The decades start to flip by and the stakes get higher as they begin their journey in a black and white 1950s TV show. It is worth at least a few viewings to see how all the pieces fit together.

WandaVision is available on Disney+.

4. Black Panther

Black Panther is more than just a movie from the comic book company. It has all the makings of a superhero blockbuster, but it also introduces us to the vibrant, fascinating world of Wakanda, which has a compelling cast of characters that are hard to match. The soon-to-be-king of the story, T'Challa, is being played by a man who is incredible.

Black Panther is available on Disney+.

5. The Avengers

It's possible that Iron Man started the MCU, but The Avenger was the real star. In addition to being the third-highest-grossing film of all time, The Avenger was the one that brought the group together. For the first time in the history of the company, Iron Man, Captain America, and other members of the team were working together. It's hard to not be familiar with it.

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6. Captain America: The First Avenger

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Scrappy Steve, a classic. Credit: Marvel/Paramount/Kobal/Shutterstock

There are many reasons to see the first Captain America movie. Chris Evans makes Captain America look like a class act. The World War II backdrop gave the MCU something new to work with, and the clever, thrill filled narrative kept the story interesting.

Captain America: The First Avenger is available to view on Disney+.

7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The first movie is good, but the second is not. It's even better.

The winter soldier has a plot. The action is A+. Solid character development is what it has. It has a great friendship between Steve and Bucky. As The Falcon and the Winter Soldier get off the ground, why not revisit all of the Captain America films?

Captain America: The Winter Soldier is available on Disney+.

8. Guardians of the Galaxy

The grooviest soundtrack plays in the background as a group of heroes team up to save the universe. Let's go.

The film is a mix of crazy, exciting, and funny. The chemistry of the cast is what keeps the movie going.

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9. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

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The six-episode miniseries continues the journeys of Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson, who were given Captain America's shield earlier in the year. While not devoid of traditional superhero thrill, The Falcon and the Winter Solider spends most of its time richly developing its characters It has done so well that there is no need to complain.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is available to view on Disney+.

10. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Sam Raimi's movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a long film. The Doctor Strange sequel, which follows the eponymous Avenger as he labors to save an old friend while protecting a new one, will be directed by the man behind the Evil Dead and Spider-Man films.

Multiverse doesn't feel like your usual MCU fare. Raimi's style combines elements of horror and camp in a potent mixture of dark comedy, tastefully over-the-top gore, and visually arresting imagery.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is available on Disney+.

11. Captain America: Civil War

Civil War is big for not being an Avenger movie. Captain America and Iron Man going head-to-head over a disagreement probably could have been solved with a few more minutes of conversation. We like to watch it.

Civil War pulls a bunch of our favorite heroes into a battle that's just as impressive as it is on the first watch.

Captain America: Civil War is available on Disney+.

12. Loki

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The top power couple of 2021. Credit: Marvel Studios

Thanks in part to Tom Hiddleston's charismatic performance, Loki has always been a fun and dynamic side character. The God of Mischief is finally getting his due.

The TimeVariance Authority was formed after the events of the movie. Shenanigans through time and space are aided by Hiddleston and his co-stars. There is a compelling character study in Loki. It's essential to Phase Four of the MCU because it begins to bring in the multiverse.

The movie is now available on Disney+.

13. Avengers: Endgame

You can watch all the movies on Disney+. This is the one you need to go back to if you want to pull at those hearts.

While Spider-Man: Far from Home technically ended the saga, it felt like the end of an era with many of the biggest heroes saving the world one last time. It's massive thanks to a stacked cast, a 3-hour run time, and a long-awaited conclusion. It's better to go out strong.

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14. Avengers: Infinity War

Nothing compares to the stomach drop at the end of the most ambitious team-up in the history of the company. The directors and writers of Winter Soldier and Civil War made the climax of Phase Three look easy.

The decade of mythology and plot leading up to the war is barely weighed down by it. At the end of the day, it is a movie about a bunch of star-crossed heroes who need to defeat one single villain in order to survive.

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15. What If...?

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Jeffrey Wright's performance as The Watcher brings a comics fave to life. Credit: Marvel Studios

A series of fan wish fulfillment stories serve up a series of fan wish fulfillment stories that playfully redefine our understanding of the MCU while also, in secret, building toward a knockdown finish that ties to the big picture.

Getting a few more adventures with Black Panther is a real gift because of the rotoscoped animation. The biggest victory of What If... is the deconstruction of what we know about our favorite characters and stories.

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16. Ant-Man

Paul Rudd made the MCU funnier by playing Scott Lang, a former thief who is trying to stop Yellowjacket from turning new person-shrinking technology into a weapon for evil.

Though not the most action-packed movie out there, its playful tone in combination with Rudd's effortless charm makes it a cinematic delight that should not be missed.

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17. Iron Man

Audiences were reminded of how cool superhero movies could be when Iron Man was released.

Iron Man pulled viewers into its high tech universe while reviving a genre in the process. It's always a good idea to go back to the beginning.

Iron Man is available on Disney+.

18. Ms. Marvel

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Kamala Khan's fan-centric in-universe view of the MCU is charming and deeply relatable. Credit: Marvel Studios

If Phase Four has been defined by big swings, then Ms. Marvel is the biggest.

There is a coming-of-age story about a teen who lives in Jersey City. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a film that depicts the inner life of a Muslim girl in a modern day world. There are also powers.

For slowing down and taking the time up front to dive deep with its central characters, and for doing all of that through the perspective of an in-universe superhero fan, Ms. For all of the unique elements that make up her daily life, she is just like the rest of us.

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