Top 5 Most Epic Captain America Moments, Ranked By Reddit
Not so simple kid from Brooklyn in his best form.
Steve Rogers, better known as Captain America, is arguably the most beloved comic book character in the United States. Created to represent the best of the average American, and brilliantly portrayed over the years by Chris Evans, he'll always hold a special place in every fan's heart.
While it's almost impossible to pick the best moments for someone whose journey was a constant battle in the name of justice, Reddit fans have their own thoughts.
Here are the top 5 most epic, breathtaking, and exciting Captain America moments in MCU history that will have you on the edge of your seat.
5. Elevator Fight Scene
Captain America: The Winter Soldier may have been the most epic movie of them all from a combat standpoint. Not only did we witness the amazing battle between Steve Rogers and his villainized best friend Bucky Barnes, but we were also gifted with this amazing scene. The "Before we start..." line can still send shivers down anyone's spine.
4. Past Cap vs. Future Cap
What could be more epic than Captain America in battle? Two Captains fighting each other is the only real answer. Thanks to Avengers: Endgame, which decided to throw a giant nostalgia wave right in the audience's face, we finally got to see Steve Rogers up against a perfect match.
3. Picking Up Mjolnir
It's no secret that Steve Rogers has been worthy all along, but his picking up Mjolnir like it was nothing and throwing it around to help his friends against Thanos was extremely exciting to watch. Another epic moment to add to Avengers: Endgame.
2. Jumping On Grenade
Even before he became Captain America, Steve Rogers was a hero dedicated to saving others. No matter how small and unhealthy he was, he had a big heart and wanted to protect the soldiers around him. The serum he later received was just a way to match his physical strength with that.
1. Speech To S.H.I.E.L.D
Captain America has always been as good with words as he is with muscles. That is why his speech to the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents, in which he exposes Hydra and urges the true agents to help him fight, is still quoted today.
"I know I'm asking a lot, but the price of freedom is high; it always has been. And it's a price I'm willing to pay," Steve Rogers' words will never be forgotten.