Favorite Superhero Movie?

I've been on a superhero binge lately, and the movie industry has turned this category into a cash cow so we are looking at many years of development. All time favorite to this date is definitely Civil War. Iconic and Disney has done a wonderful job w
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    My vote goes to Chris Pratt as Starlord
  • hydorah
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    I liked the crazy love story in suicide squad. First time the joker character actually does sthg interesting since 1989
  • Posted by TheGreatSearcher
    I'd say either X-Men: Days of Future Past, Iron Man or Thor. However, I kind of want to see Chronicle and I have missed out on some of the films from both Marvel and DC.

    Although Civil War and Age of Ultron were somewhat solid films, I can't stand the fact that they can't kill off a major character or two. This makes me feel like there aren't any stakes involved and I no longer feel the need to care about these films. The only 4-5 films I haven't seen were The Dark World, some of the solo movies, Winter Soldier and Captain America. I found the ideas in Iron Man quite interesting and Thor was a very solid standalone film. Guardians of the Galaxy are something I found above average as well.

    I am not a big fan of Spider-Man and the last 3 movies were hot trash. Let's hope that Homecoming manages to capture my interest.

    The DC superhero films haven't been good since Nolan ended his Dark Knight trilogy. Batman V Superman was not a very enjoyable experience and should have been directed as well as written by someone else. I actually didn't mind the actors they chose, my issues were with the lack of decent setup and writing. Suicide Squad seemed more interesting than BvS, but it still suffered from poorly cut footage and bad script/plot. I will maybe check out Justice League if it has good reviews.

    I like the X-Men movies the most, except for Origins: Wolverine, X3 and Apocalypse. They feel more character-driven and tell interesting stories. Days of Future Past, despite it's plotholes, has been my favorite. I loved the performances and Quicksilver's character.

    You have to remember Civil War is the beginning of team against team. They can’t kill off a major character without any background MO. I would like to see it headed in this direction, but I don’t think the movie industry would risk it currently as it’s turned into a simple formula for the box office.

    Suicide Squad was trash, much more so than BvS. They made Harley the focus, granted Margot did a great job at the character, but Joker literally had no role in the film when he should have been the main character. The storyline would have remained the same regardless if Joker was present or not. There was no emphasis on the minor characters either. It was a disaster of the worst villain team put together.

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  • TheGreatSearcher
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    I'd say either X-Men: Days of Future Past, Iron Man or Thor. However, I kind of want to see Chronicle and I have missed out on some of the films from both Marvel and DC.

    Although Civil War and Age of Ultron were somewhat solid films, I can't stand the fact that they can't kill off a major character or two. This makes me feel like there aren't any stakes involved and I no longer feel the need to care about these films. The only 4-5 films I haven't seen were The Dark World, some of the solo movies, Winter Soldier and Captain America. I found the ideas in Iron Man quite interesting and Thor was a very solid standalone film. Guardians of the Galaxy are something I found above average as well.

    I am not a big fan of Spider-Man and the last 3 movies were hot trash. Let's hope that Homecoming manages to capture my interest.

    The DC superhero films haven't been good since Nolan ended his Dark Knight trilogy. Batman V Superman was not a very enjoyable experience and should have been directed as well as written by someone else. I actually didn't mind the actors they chose, my issues were with the lack of decent setup and writing. Suicide Squad seemed more interesting than BvS, but it still suffered from poorly cut footage and bad script/plot. I will maybe check out Justice League if it has good reviews.

    I like the X-Men movies the most, except for Origins: Wolverine, X3 and Apocalypse. They feel more character-driven and tell interesting stories. Days of Future Past, despite it's plotholes, has been my favorite. I loved the performances and Quicksilver's character.
  • Posted by DeadStool
    Kick Ass is underrated


    Along with Scott Pilgrim.
  • Posted by Brotato
    Nolan Batman trilogy is great. So far unmatched.

    I really enjoyed the Cap America trilogy.

    the first Iron Man was a game changer.

    I also enjoyed Watchmen, stylistically well done.

    Hellboy 1 and 2 were good, underrated.




    Forgot about Hell Boy.

  • Definitely like the Daredevil series. Jessica Jones was really good too. The Doctor plays a wonderful villain, surprisingly chilling.

    It's funny, in the movie realm Marvel has a light hearted comedic approach. In the TV series, Marvel took a darker turn than DC's hero series.
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  • Posted by hydorah
    I'm not a fan of the current DC movies, but most of the DC TV shows are awesome: Flash, gotham, arrow, etc... Top level TV
    In comparison, the SHIELD TV show from Marvel is atrocious.


    Waiting for the next season of Flash.

    Arrow was slow to pick up then it got great, but then it got boring towards the end. I do like Felicity a lot as an added character though even as not part of the origin.
  • Posted by clippityclop
    Posted by Virgorean
    Posted by clippityclop
    I love Spiderman. And I'm happy it was redone because Andrew Garfield is amaze. But if there is another remake of Spiderman in like the next fifty years I refuse to watch it.


    Tobey Maguire played the Perfect Peter Parker, but an average Spiderman (I'll pretend movie #3 never existed).

    Andrew Garfield played a fantastic Spiderman, but I never felt the presence of Peter Parker which irked me.

    Then comes along with Tom Holland, a kid who got the role doing backflips in his yard. And he is the perfect Peter Parker and Spiderman. Finally, the day has come and I hope they continue with him. His humor doesn't seem forced and rolls off naturally. I was skeptical of him in Civil War, but expectations have been overshot. Watching the Homecoming trailer I am excited to see it.

    Even in his interviews he has an unintentional Peter Parker vibe going on. It's the dawn of British actors.


    I totally forgot that there was a new Spiderman. When I found out I told myself not to watch it. It's just too soooon! But I will have to give it a try, I guess. I just find it annoying from Hollywood
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    It'll be worth the watch.
  • Posted by Virgorean
    Posted by clippityclop
    I love Spiderman. And I'm happy it was redone because Andrew Garfield is amaze. But if there is another remake of Spiderman in like the next fifty years I refuse to watch it.


    Tobey Maguire played the Perfect Peter Parker, but an average Spiderman (I'll pretend movie #3 never existed).

    Andrew Garfield played a fantastic Spiderman, but I never felt the presence of Peter Parker which irked me.

    Then comes along with Tom Holland, a kid who got the role doing backflips in his yard. And he is the perfect Peter Parker and Spiderman. Finally, the day has come and I hope they continue with him. His humor doesn't seem forced and rolls off naturally. I was skeptical of him in Civil War, but expectations have been overshot. Watching the Homecoming trailer I am excited to see it.

    Even in his interviews he has an unintentional Peter Parker vibe going on. It's the dawn of British actors.
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    I totally forgot that there was a new Spiderman. When I found out I told myself not to watch it. It's just too soooon! But I will have to give it a try, I guess. I just find it annoying from Hollywood
  • Posted by justagirl
    Posted by tiziani
    Posted by justagirl
    So Batman and CatWoman.

    My fav Bruce Wayne's are Adam West, Keaton is my fav, Kilmer was good too.

    Wasn't much of a fan of the superman vs batman. Afleck ruined batman in that movie Sad



    I actually felt Affleck's performance as Bruce Wayne (maybe not so much Batman but he can only work with what he's given there) was the only redeeming thing about that entire reboot. Everything else was boring.



    You know i have a thing for Keatons Batman *wags eyebrows* Meooow!

    No one plays him better in my opinion Tongue

    Affleck did great as Bruce.. i just was left meh over Batman character.
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    I agree on the Batman side definitely.
  • justagirl
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    Posted by tiziani
    Posted by justagirl
    So Batman and CatWoman.

    My fav Bruce Wayne's are Adam West, Keaton is my fav, Kilmer was good too.

    Wasn't much of a fan of the superman vs batman. Afleck ruined batman in that movie Sad



    I actually felt Affleck's performance as Bruce Wayne (maybe not so much Batman but he can only work with what he's given there) was the only redeeming thing about that entire reboot. Everything else was boring.

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    You know i have a thing for Keatons Batman *wags eyebrows* Meooow!

    No one plays him better in my opinion Tongue

    Affleck did great as Bruce.. i just was left meh over Batman character.
  • I like all superheros... but I'll pick X-men lol.

    and... GROOT!!
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