Favourite - The Avengers. I know it's probably a really mainstream answer but it was the best bits of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America all meshed together with it's own added brilliance.
Least Favourite - Daredevil. Not because of how bad it was, but because of how good it should have been and wasn't.. Hopefully a reboot will do one of the most badass heroes in the Marvel universe Justice.
Best- I have to choose??? This is hard! I guess I'll pick Thor, but I just saw The Amazing Spiderman and it was brilliant... And then there's Ironman! And I actually liked the Fantastic Four movies. Or X-Men, maybe...
I'll stick with Thor, but this may be the most difficult question ever.
Worst- Captain America did not live up to my expectations. I set them ridiculously high for Marvel films because, in case you couldn't guess, I think their films are pretty awesome.
Best - The Avengers, because it was absolutely brilliant. I particularly liked how all of them had enough screen time and that there was none of them who had significantly more screen time than others! Just saw The Amazing Spiderman lately as well and thought it was brilliant! I was a bit reluctant at the start 'cause I thought it was pointless for a remake now, after the Tobey Maguire ones which are still so recent.
I'd have to say as well that I loved Captain America since it had a different vibe to the other Marvel movies I've seen, and I just loved his character, especially Skinny Steve Rogers.
Worst - The Hulk from 2003, but I think that's just 'cause I love Mark Ruffalo now!
Favourite: The Amazing Spiderman. The character has a lot of sentimental value for me, and I was really impressed with what they did with this one. They retold the origin story in a fresh way and kept it very true to the comics. Blows the Raimi onesvout of the water, I'm already pumped for the sequel. Plus I'm sort of in love with Andrew Garfield. Not in a gay way though.
Least favourite: Ghost Rider. I love Nic Cage, but I've always thought it's a stupid character and this movie did nothing to change my mind. Daredevil was disappointing too, but it wasn't strictly a bad movie. Just wasted potential, I'd love to see them reboot that series.