Infinity War is acceptable as well...don't really rate the others. The screenplays for Titanic and Avatar are ridiculously pedestrian. And The Force Awakens is just lazy pandering fan-fic that rehashed the original Lucas trilogy beat for beat.
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Titanic, quite handily. Yeah, its screenplay is rickety at times (the 1997 scenes get pretty dire) but honestly, I feel like if it were a script in 1937, it would be lauded as a classic. But then, writing has never been Cameron's strong suit, and the sheer amount of sweeping detail coupled with the sensational chemistry of its leads make it a dazzling experience, and more than make up for any shortcomings in the writing department.
I like The Force Awakens and the two Avengers films decently enough, but there's no contest.
None of these are very good (haven't seen Avatar but I feel pretty safe in including it in that statement). Endgame and Force Awakens are both 6/10s for me which is the highest rating for any of them. I guess I'll vote Endgame since if I had to watch either it or TFA a second time I would probably pick Endgame.
Nice to get a thread in the Box Office forum that isn't just one of Comicman's weekend threads, though.