Captain America is often seen as the leader of The Avengers and the ultimate hero within the MCU. He’s often the moral compass of the movies he’s in, doesn’t want to push boundaries too much and always tries to do things by the rules whenever possible, as long as he can save people.

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With his immense strength and agility, Captain America is the perfect person to back you up in a fight, and that shows throughout the movies. He’s often at the heart of the action, and while he does a lot of good things when he takes off his uniform and may be Steve Rogers, he’s also done a lot of great feats as Captain America.

10 Does anyone want to go out? (Captain America: The Winter Soldier)

The elevator fight in Captain America the Winter Soldier

One of the most iconic scenes in the history of the MCU is when Captain America is inside the elevator and fights with various members of Hydra. Steve Rogers knows what is about to happen and despite being outnumbered, he’s very confident.

However, always as a gentleman, Captain America actually offers the others a chance to get out of the elevator before the fight begins. Clearly supporting himself and his abilities, he knows that others will get hurt, and while none of them accept his offer, it is a sign that even to his enemies, he can be incredibly kind.

9 Idiom! (Avengers: Age of Ultron)

Captain America on a motorcycle in Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Captain America has manners and the need to be nice is ingrained in him, it’s what he does. He expects people to be nice to each other and that’s never clearer than at the beginning of Avengers: Age of Ultron. When the group is busy fighting, Tony Stark swears, leading Captain America to scold him.

He politely reminds Tony of his language, which later becomes a running joke in the film’s opening moments. The comedy element is great to watch, but it shows the morale Captain America has and why he’s a good person overall.

8 Refuse to fight the Winter Soldier (Captain America: Winter Soldier)

Captain America hit by Winter Soldier

Along the Captain America: Winter SoldierSteve Rogers is in conflict because he doesn’t want to fight the man he knows is his legitimate best friend. However, when the two fight in the epic final battle, Captain America simply gives up.

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He drops his shield and refuses to defend himself, opening up to be killed. He does this because he has no desire to hurt Bucky Barnes and is confident that Bucky will remember him, which he does to some extent, so he doesn’t deliver the final blow.

7 His commercial messages (Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Captain America can make a brief cameo in Spider-Man: Homecoming in what is primarily a comic moment. Here we learn that he has recorded a series of vignettes over the years in which he has provided messages for schools to use to motivate children.

These may not be epic fight scenes or wacky moments compared to other things he does, but it shows just how lovable Captain America is. He’s willing to take the time to try to help these kids, and it’s great to see him.

6 Fighting Crossbones (Avengers: Age Of Ultron)

Captain America Fighting Crossbones Cropped

Captain America has an amazing fight scene during Avengers: Age of Ultron where he is tasked with fighting Crossbones. They go one-on-one in an excellent match, and Crossbones has the best of Captain America in many of these moments.

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However, in this fight, Captain America has to be selfless multiple times, showing how good he is at trying to save as many civilians as possible. At one point, a bomb is planted on his shield, but he happily drops it to save everyone else, and then faces the rest of the fight without a weapon.

5 Fighting himself (Avengers: Endgame)

Captain America fighting himself in Endgame.

Captain America has to fight incredible enemies throughout the course of the MCU, but one of the greatest comes when he goes back in time and has to take himself down. Obviously, it is not something you want to do, simply due to the nature of the situation and the fact that you are hurting yourself.

However, he knows it has to be done and the back and forth action ends up being a lot of fun to witness. However, it shows that he is willing to do literally anything to complete the mission, and that is what shines through within this scene.

4 A Selfless Act (Captain America: First Avenger)

Captain america plane

Captain America is about selfless acts and being a good person first, above anything else. One of the best examples of that is when he sinks the plate to prevent it from crashing and killing many civilians.

He knows sinking the plane will kill him and while he survives, watching him decide to do this while talking to Peggy for what he thinks is the last time is truly an incredible moment.

3 Special reinforcements (Avengers: Endgame)

Captain America saves Wanda and VIision Cropped

Captain America is a man with a plan and someone who always knows when to arrive to save the day. That’s clear when Vision and Scarlet Witch find themselves fighting the Black Order. They are losing the battle with Vision wounded, and just when all hope is lost, Captain America arrives.

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Of course, he brings the numbers with Black Widow and Falcon joining him in the moment and the three of them help fight the odds as they end up saving their fellow Avengers.

two Saving Bucky (Captain America: Civil War)

The end of Captain America: Civil War It’s one of the most tense moments in the history of the MCU. When Iron-Man finds out what Bucky Barnes did to his parents, he is obviously furious and wants revenge. Of course, Bucky isn’t himself when this happens, but at the time, Iron-Man doesn’t care.

However, with Captain America around, he chooses to step up and protect his lifelong best friend over his new ally, siding with Bucky as he saves him. This leads to an epic two-on-one fight, and while Captain America doesn’t want to hurt Tony, he is loyal to Bucky and that shines in a good moment.

1 Raising Mjolnir (Avengers: Endgame)

Captain America wielding Thor's hammer Mjolnir in Avengers Endgame

The epic fight scene in Avengers Endgame It is one of the greatest moments in the history of the MCU, and Captain America is the true leader within that war, showing his great ability to be in charge. However, the best moment in this fight scene is when Captain America can wield Mjolnir.

This type of weapon is never lifted by characters other than Thor, and that is because the weapon only goes to someone who is worthy and the kindness surely is part of the merit. It shows the great person that Captain America is, who was even able to wield the weapon, and uses it to attack Thanos, saving Thor in the process.

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