What the MCU gets right that the DCEU gets wrong
It's no secret that Marvel's been the king of comic book movies ever since 2008's Iron Man. Springboarding from that success, most of Marvel's films have been both critically adored and uncontested at the box office. Heck, four of the company's more recent movies are among the fifteen highest-grossing films of all time. Needless to say, it seems like Marvel has comic book movie-making down to a science. On the other side of the fence are the DC comic book movies from Warner Bros., movies which haven't hit quite their stride. Stumbling critically and dwindling financially (with the exception of Wonder Woman), the five-movie-long DCEU hasn't been faring very well since its inception. This disparity in success begs the question: What does Marvel do that Warner Bros. doesn't? What does the MCU get right that the DCEU gets wrong?