MCU's Top Saddest Moments That Still Win Us 3000 Love

When people talk about MCU, they often talk about their epic battles, quippy one-liners, and sprawling story arcs. However, none of them could mean that much if they couldn't get the audience to burst into tears with the cast's amazing acting and the meaning of the scene itself. Having a great number of fans, MCU is currently one of the most popular superhero-movie producers in America. There are many factors to their success, one of which is the way they humanize every significant player on their impressive roster. For example, while superheroes are trained to possess all of the tremendous power, they are still people who grieve, doubt, regret, and worry, just like us.
That is also the reason why many fans love watching Marvel Movies. Because they can relate to, and understand the emotional flows of the characters. Of course, there are many gut-wrenching scenes that make them stay silent and then cry out in sympathy, regret, and sadness. Here we have collected 10 saddest moments in MCU Movies.that we still love 3000. Scroll down to see!

#1 Captain America vs. Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War

This is the scene when Tony Stark and Steve Rogers have a fight after some disagreement. Although the two have never been best friends within MCU movies, they are more likely to function as friendly co-workers. They had a massively destructive fight at a German airport, but at the end of the day, they all still seemed to like and care about one another. However, at the end of the film, when Tony knows Bucky, who killed his parents, is also the one that Steve wants to protect. Tony considers it as a betrayal, and the two fight a second time. This is no longer the playful combat at the airport, it's a real battle that leaves one of them seriously damaged. In the end, when we watch Steve walk away, leaving Tony lying beaten on the ground, it feels like we've all lost.

#2 Loki reacts to Frigga's death in Thor: The Dark World

One of the saddest moments that leaves viewers a roller of feelings is the scene of Loki's reaction to his mother's death. While Loki indeed is one of the MCU's more morally ambiguous characters, there's no doubt that he loves Figga and she loves him. In Thor: The Dark World, he isn't informed about his mother's death until after her funeral. Therefore, he felt grief and guilty for not getting to bid her farewell. When Thor found him bleeding alone in a cell, Loki admits that he cut up his feet and destroyed the furnishings. A normally polished guy is now looking rumpled and disheveled. He tries to ask Thor why Figga was murdered, but Thor seems like he doesn't want to talk about it, leaving Loki to continue to stew in his questions.

#3 "I just wanted a sister."  in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, V, Nebula continues to find her sister, Gamora, on Eco's planet, and the two had a serious fight before Nebula declares she is the winner. When Gamora accuses Nebula of being obsessed with winning, she shouts back: "You were the one who wanted to win, and I just wanted a sister!" This leaves Gamora to think and explain what her sister just said. She remembers when they were small, she always wanted to be the winner for Thanos' favor. That unintentionally affected Nebula's life as well. Thanos constantly improved her with painful mechanical upgrades so that she could keep up with her sister. Thanos made Nebula believes that she was never good enough for the rest of her family, leaving her with a relentless drive to prove herself.

#4 "Bury me in the ocean."  in Black Panther

"Bury me in the ocean, with my ancestors that jumped from ships, because they knew death was better than bondage." These are Erik's final words to T'Challa when he refuses to let him heal his injury using advanced technology.

#5 "You could never hurt me."  in Avengers: Infinity War

This is the scene when Vision realizes that Infinity Stone in his forehead is all that stands between Thanos and unlimited, universe-annihilating power. He asks his girlfriend to destroy the stone, knowing that it will kill him as well. Wanda doesn't agree at first, but after Vision pleads with her, telling her that she won't hurt him, she is forced to do so.

#6 "Mr. Stark, I don't feel so good."  in Avengers: Infinity War

#7 "You're so big."  in Avengers: Endgame

#8 Spiderman calls for help  in Spider-Man: Homecoming

#9 "I didn't ask to get made!" in Guardians of the Galaxy

#10 "I'm not going to fight you." in Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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