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01.15.2016by: Alex Maidy

Top 10 Worst Comic Book Movies Of All Time

For all of the glory we loft at the feet of Marvel Studios and the burgeoning DC films from Warner Bros, there have been countless awful superhero movies over the years. From the first days of Marvel's film attempts to the spin-offs and independent adaptations that just didn't work, here is out ranking of the worst of the worst when it comes to comic book films. If your (least) favorite didn't make our list or you disagree with our choices, let us know in the talk backs below.

#10 - X-MEN: THE LAST STAND

Two words sum up what is wrong with X-MEN: THE LAST STAND: Brett Ratner. With Bryan Singer gone, the X-Men franchise lost a lot of the depth that made the first two films so good. After the high water mark of X-2: X-MEN UNITED, the third film feels overloaded with characters and makes a mockery of the epic Dark Phoenix storyline. In what was treated as an end to the X-Men trilogy, this film is all gloss with no depth. Thankfully, DAYS OF FUTURE PAST rendered the events of this film obsolete.

#9 - SUPERMAN IV: THE QUEST FOR PEACE

As much as I love the campy glory of Cannon Films library of movies, SUPERMAN IV is an utter debacle. Coming from a story developed by star Christopher Reeve and the return of Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, this fourth film suffers from special effects that look ridiculous compared to the previous three films in the franchise. Sure, I can laugh at the stupidity of Nuclear Man in the comfort of my living room, but in contrast to every other film featuring the Man of Steel, this is the absolute worst.

#8 - BARB WIRE

I love boobs as much as the next red-blooded American man, but this movie is so bad it is inexcusable. Based on the Dark Horse comic book of the same name, BARB WIRE was designed to kick Pamela Anderson's cinematic career into high gear. Instead, it flopped thanks in large part to Anderson's complete lack of depth or acting ability. So, if you are a fan of remakes of CASABLANCA with an abundance of tits and ass, this is the movie for you. Don't say I didn't warn you.

#7 - ELEKTRA

For as much of a sense of camp and humor that DAREDEVIL had, ELEKTRA has none. No fault to Jennifer Garner, who was pretty good in the film, but the screenplay for Rob Bowman's spin-off is too damn serious for the material. If this had been a gritty take on the character, that would be one thing, but ELEKTRA is so ridiculous it makes SPIDER-MAN 3 look like a Best Picture contender.

#6 - THE PUNISHER

Dolph Lundgren has appeared in countless guilty pleasure films for those who grew up in the 1980s. Hell, I would rewatch MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE and SHOWDOWN IN LITTLE TOKYO a million times before subjecting myself to the Marvel-less THE PUNISHER. When your film is so bad that it makes the remake look like a cinematic masterpiece, you know you made a pile of dogshit. With a character as gritty and kickass as Frank Castle, you don't need to reinvent the wheel by trying to ground him in reality, which is exactly the mistake this movie makes.

#5 - JONAH HEX

With a stellar cast including Josh Brolin, Megan Fox, John Malkovich, and Michael Fassbender, JONAH HEX should not have been awful. But, when you give the reins to a rookie director whose background is in Pixar animation and a screenplay by the guys who wrote the CRANK films, you probably shouldn't have been expecting a masterpiece. Still, JONAH HEX is one of the worst films I have ever seen and barely qualifies as a movie thanks to an incomprehensible plot, terrible acting, and direction that looks like it was done by a blind man.

#4 - GHOST RIDER

There are two types of comic book movies: fun and campy or dark and moody. Some films have managed to be fun while also being dark, but others, like GHOST RIDER, are campy and moody. Characters like Ghost Rider should not be cheesy or goofy, but that is what happens in this Nicolas Cage passion project. Mark Steven Johnson, the director of DAREDEVIL, delivers a major misfire that is also plagued by awful CGI and a lack of gravitas to the proceedings. The sequel was a bit better than this atrocity, but not much.

#3 - BATMAN AND ROBIN

Joel Schumacher killed the Batman franchise for years until Christopher Nolan rebooted it. Thanks to a combination of campy dialogue, horrible set design, cheesy gadgets, and nipples on the Batsuit, BATMAN AND ROBIN doesn't even qualify as a guilty pleasure. It is just f*cking awful. No one on screen looks to be having any fun. Hell, even George Clooney has disowned this atrocity.

#2 - STEEL

Aside from the awful idea to cast Shaquille O'Neal in the lead role, who thought that taking a character from the Death of Superman comic event and turning him into a feature film that holds no connections to Superman or DC Comics at large was a good idea? I don't think there is any self-respecting person who owns a Shaq film or CD that hasn't thrown it out by now. This movie is laughably bad to the point that it is an embarrassment for all involved.

#1 - CATWOMAN

Ah, Halle Berry. High off her Oscar win, someone thought it would be a great idea to cast her as Catwoman. In theory, that is a great idea. In execution, they decided to create an original character that shares nothing in common with the DC Comics icon. Director Pitof claims he didn't want to use the comics as an inspiration which may be the single dumbest comment regarding a comic book movie I have ever heard. The filmmakers had one job with CATWOMAN and managed to screw it up. This film is barely watchable even if you are planning to mock it. Just painfully bad all around.

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9:00PM on 04/05/2016
Aside from the lack of the skull shirt, this movie was... okay. While it did change his origin to being an ex-cop, funny that years later Brian Bendis reworked that origin into the Ultimate Team-Up version of the comics.
Aside from the lack of the skull shirt, this movie was... okay. While it did change his origin to being an ex-cop, funny that years later Brian Bendis reworked that origin into the Ultimate Team-Up version of the comics.
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10:36PM on 01/18/2016
I have come to terms with what this movie is. Is it good? Not at all. Does it have really stupid moments brought on by horrible writing and inept direction? Hell yes. Is it simply a cheesy campy movie starring Nicolas Cage hamming it up? Yes. Is that good enough for me? Yes, actually, it is. I find it fun and entertaining. Would I prefer a faithful, serious, well made adaptation of the comics? Absolutely, but oh well.
I have come to terms with what this movie is. Is it good? Not at all. Does it have really stupid moments brought on by horrible writing and inept direction? Hell yes. Is it simply a cheesy campy movie starring Nicolas Cage hamming it up? Yes. Is that good enough for me? Yes, actually, it is. I find it fun and entertaining. Would I prefer a faithful, serious, well made adaptation of the comics? Absolutely, but oh well.
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1:13AM on 01/18/2016
How did not a single Fantastic Four movie make this top 10?
How did not a single Fantastic Four movie make this top 10?
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1:11AM on 01/18/2016
Pretty bad movie although I think you could get away with it if you swapped this out for even worse stuff like Howard the Duck, Wolverine: Origins, or maybe the newer Fantastic Four movie (which I never saw but heard got pretty awful reviews).
Pretty bad movie although I think you could get away with it if you swapped this out for even worse stuff like Howard the Duck, Wolverine: Origins, or maybe the newer Fantastic Four movie (which I never saw but heard got pretty awful reviews).
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7:23PM on 01/16/2016
I agree with most this list, although I would also include Ghost Rider 2, Superman 3, Punisher War Zone, and maybe Blade Trinity to the list. I'd also probably add The Spirit to the list, even though I've forgotten most of it, I know it didn't do well.
I agree with most this list, although I would also include Ghost Rider 2, Superman 3, Punisher War Zone, and maybe Blade Trinity to the list. I'd also probably add The Spirit to the list, even though I've forgotten most of it, I know it didn't do well.
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7:15PM on 01/16/2016
I thought the sequel was much worse than this one.
I thought the sequel was much worse than this one.
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10:08AM on 01/16/2016

4 movies missing from the list.

-5/10: ELEKTRA; X-MEN 3
-4/10: CATWOMAN; JONAH HEX; SUPERMAN IV
-1/10: GHOST RIDER
-0/10: BATMAN & ROBIN; COWBOYS AND ALIENS; GHOST RIDER 2; I FRANKENSTEIN; PUNISHER WAR ZONE

And I'm not even counting direct-to-video and made-for-TV movies.
-5/10: ELEKTRA; X-MEN 3
-4/10: CATWOMAN; JONAH HEX; SUPERMAN IV
-1/10: GHOST RIDER
-0/10: BATMAN & ROBIN; COWBOYS AND ALIENS; GHOST RIDER 2; I FRANKENSTEIN; PUNISHER WAR ZONE

And I'm not even counting direct-to-video and made-for-TV movies.
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12:02AM on 01/16/2016
B&R is one of the worst movies ever made. That said, George Clooney was a decent Bruce Wayne but a terrible Batman (as opposed to Val Kilmer who was a decent Batman but a terrible Bruce Wayne).
B&R is one of the worst movies ever made. That said, George Clooney was a decent Bruce Wayne but a terrible Batman (as opposed to Val Kilmer who was a decent Batman but a terrible Bruce Wayne).
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5:45PM on 01/15/2016

Close, but no cigar...

I can't argue with any of these, since they are all terrible. But I have argued for years that Superman Returns is an AWFUL movie, and I stand by that. It should have been on the list somewhere. Someone else commented that more recent movies should have also been on this list (Fantastic Four, Wolverine: Origins, Green Lantern, Amazing Spider Man 2, etc.), and I can't help but agree. Maybe the list should have just been longer...?
I can't argue with any of these, since they are all terrible. But I have argued for years that Superman Returns is an AWFUL movie, and I stand by that. It should have been on the list somewhere. Someone else commented that more recent movies should have also been on this list (Fantastic Four, Wolverine: Origins, Green Lantern, Amazing Spider Man 2, etc.), and I can't help but agree. Maybe the list should have just been longer...?
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1:09PM on 01/15/2016
I will go on record that not only is the worst comic book movies of all time, but factoring in budget and mainstream nature of it, it might be one of the worst movies Ive ever seen. I like a good pun as much as the next guy but its like this script was written by placing those refrigerator word magnets together to create bad jokes and lame dialogue. Horrendous.
I will go on record that not only is the worst comic book movies of all time, but factoring in budget and mainstream nature of it, it might be one of the worst movies Ive ever seen. I like a good pun as much as the next guy but its like this script was written by placing those refrigerator word magnets together to create bad jokes and lame dialogue. Horrendous.
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12:24PM on 01/15/2016
Two words: CGI cats. Why?
Two words: CGI cats. Why?
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10:06AM on 01/16/2016
It wouldn't have made sense if they had been CGI dogs.
It wouldn't have made sense if they had been CGI dogs.
12:01PM on 01/15/2016
This fucked up the list. Hard to fully judge this version of the Punisher since it was heavily cut down. Many of the character building scenes were cut. I know a uncut version exist. Ray Stevenson's Punisher was way to over the top. Thomas Jane's version of the Punisher was ridiculous. I thought Lungren's version was obviously not perfect but superior to the other two.
This fucked up the list. Hard to fully judge this version of the Punisher since it was heavily cut down. Many of the character building scenes were cut. I know a uncut version exist. Ray Stevenson's Punisher was way to over the top. Thomas Jane's version of the Punisher was ridiculous. I thought Lungren's version was obviously not perfect but superior to the other two.
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11:39AM on 01/15/2016

This list is 6 years old...

X-Men Origins: Wolverine is way worse than The Last Stand... The most recent film of this list is 2010's Jonah Hex!! There has been lots of crap movies since then: Green Lantern, Cowboys & Aliens, Iron Man 2, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Kick-Ass 2, I, Frankenstein, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and last AND the least... Fantastic Four which is worse than the Tim Story movies!
X-Men Origins: Wolverine is way worse than The Last Stand... The most recent film of this list is 2010's Jonah Hex!! There has been lots of crap movies since then: Green Lantern, Cowboys & Aliens, Iron Man 2, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Kick-Ass 2, I, Frankenstein, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and last AND the least... Fantastic Four which is worse than the Tim Story movies!
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11:30AM on 01/15/2016
Oh. Come. On.

This was watchable. You won't be sorry if you watched this. The sequel is watchable too if you can excuse the shaky cam effect during the opening sequence.
Oh. Come. On.

This was watchable. You won't be sorry if you watched this. The sequel is watchable too if you can excuse the shaky cam effect during the opening sequence.
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11:04AM on 01/15/2016
I always wonder if Catwoman should even be considered a comic book movie. It really does not have anything to do with the character except both wear cat ears.
But how could you leave off the Captain America film made by Cannon in 1990. Utterly awful, dull, cheap and insulting.
I always wonder if Catwoman should even be considered a comic book movie. It really does not have anything to do with the character except both wear cat ears.
But how could you leave off the Captain America film made by Cannon in 1990. Utterly awful, dull, cheap and insulting.
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10:39AM on 01/15/2016
Not the worst comic book movie I've seen but the goofy looking mask has always bothered me.
Not the worst comic book movie I've seen but the goofy looking mask has always bothered me.
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10:34AM on 01/15/2016
I'll give this to you, it was pretty poor. I also remember coming out of this movie feeling pretty nauseated with all that strobe lighting. Still, this film also had a great theme tune from U2. :o)
I'll give this to you, it was pretty poor. I also remember coming out of this movie feeling pretty nauseated with all that strobe lighting. Still, this film also had a great theme tune from U2. :o)
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10:30AM on 01/15/2016
I saw this a couple of days ago - sure, it's not great...but it had some fun moments (rare ones for sure, but they were there nonetheless)...and then there's the very catchy theme tune...got to be in the top 10 of theme tunes (with lyrics) for comic book movies of all time.
I saw this a couple of days ago - sure, it's not great...but it had some fun moments (rare ones for sure, but they were there nonetheless)...and then there's the very catchy theme tune...got to be in the top 10 of theme tunes (with lyrics) for comic book movies of all time.
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10:25AM on 01/15/2016
I saw this at the movies...in Pakistan so that was an experience all on its own but yes, enjoyed this too. Sure, the movie had it's issues but the gang war stuff was lots of fun and Dolph made for a great Punisher - the best of the three thus far, by far (unless you include Thomas Jane's short...then that's the best version of Punisher at this moment in time though I believe Jon Bernthal will go on to take the title).
I saw this at the movies...in Pakistan so that was an experience all on its own but yes, enjoyed this too. Sure, the movie had it's issues but the gang war stuff was lots of fun and Dolph made for a great Punisher - the best of the three thus far, by far (unless you include Thomas Jane's short...then that's the best version of Punisher at this moment in time though I believe Jon Bernthal will go on to take the title).
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10:16AM on 01/15/2016
Not too unlike Barb Wire... she looked great, just, the movie was terrible.
Not too unlike Barb Wire... she looked great, just, the movie was terrible.
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10:13AM on 01/15/2016
I was 11 when I saw this - remember enjoying it. I suppose it depends on whose point of view you're looking at this from and the point in time. I guess it would come of no surprise that I also really enjoyed the 1970's Spider-Man and Hulk shows. I was a little older when Hulk returned to TV with Thor and Daredevil and could appreciate how poor they generally were. Still, years on, I continue to get some amusement out of realising that Thor was the dad from Good Luck Charlie and Daredevil
I was 11 when I saw this - remember enjoying it. I suppose it depends on whose point of view you're looking at this from and the point in time. I guess it would come of no surprise that I also really enjoyed the 1970's Spider-Man and Hulk shows. I was a little older when Hulk returned to TV with Thor and Daredevil and could appreciate how poor they generally were. Still, years on, I continue to get some amusement out of realising that Thor was the dad from Good Luck Charlie and Daredevil was the guy who played Street Hawk. :o)
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10:06AM on 01/15/2016
I actually enjoyed this movie. My kids like to get the DVD out every now and then and the Professor X death scene and the end battle are still very entertaining moments.
I actually enjoyed this movie. My kids like to get the DVD out every now and then and the Professor X death scene and the end battle are still very entertaining moments.
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8:58AM on 01/15/2016
From the conception to the trailer to watching the movie my thoughts were...Why? Why would Berry and everyone involved do this? Not the worst movie but probably the most embarrassing to everyone involved.
From the conception to the trailer to watching the movie my thoughts were...Why? Why would Berry and everyone involved do this? Not the worst movie but probably the most embarrassing to everyone involved.
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8:56AM on 01/15/2016
Yes, this is also a guilty pleasure of mine. I must like crappy superhero movies haha.
Yes, this is also a guilty pleasure of mine. I must like crappy superhero movies haha.
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8:55AM on 01/15/2016
I was obsessed with Jim Carey when I was a kid and loved Batman Forever...I was 12. This movie was actually the one that started me following all movie news. I consumed everything from behind the scenes and this was before the internet. I read countless magazines, watched Entertainment Tonight, when it was a show about inside information, and awaited for this thing for 2 years. Well, we all know how that turned out. I remember sitting there feeling such disappointment and utter horror
I was obsessed with Jim Carey when I was a kid and loved Batman Forever...I was 12. This movie was actually the one that started me following all movie news. I consumed everything from behind the scenes and this was before the internet. I read countless magazines, watched Entertainment Tonight, when it was a show about inside information, and awaited for this thing for 2 years. Well, we all know how that turned out. I remember sitting there feeling such disappointment and utter horror about what was going on on that screen. It is so terrible but a classic bad movie. "What killed the dinosaurs? The ICE AGE!"
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8:50AM on 01/15/2016
This and the sequel are films I don't hate. They have a campy feel to it.
This and the sequel are films I don't hate. They have a campy feel to it.
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11:02AM on 01/15/2016
You know, I actually have a soft spot for the sequel as well. Your bang on, its campy fun.
You know, I actually have a soft spot for the sequel as well. Your bang on, its campy fun.
8:50AM on 01/15/2016
Horribly edited and just plain bad. It looked like Brolin had testicles on his face
Horribly edited and just plain bad. It looked like Brolin had testicles on his face
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8:49AM on 01/15/2016
Garner has said she regrets doing this and it only happened because it was a packaged deal with her starring in Daredevil. The movie was awful though
Garner has said she regrets doing this and it only happened because it was a packaged deal with her starring in Daredevil. The movie was awful though
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8:48AM on 01/15/2016
I can't hate this movie...Anderson was so hot in this movie...but yeah...it is a pretty bad movie
I can't hate this movie...Anderson was so hot in this movie...but yeah...it is a pretty bad movie
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8:46AM on 01/15/2016
I don't hate this movie as much as everyone else does but it definitely had the rush feel to it
I don't hate this movie as much as everyone else does but it definitely had the rush feel to it
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11:05AM on 01/15/2016
I did write and submit an unpopular opinion column for this movie. I wonder if they still have it.
I did write and submit an unpopular opinion column for this movie. I wonder if they still have it.
10:55AM on 01/15/2016
I would kil to be able to do an unpopular opinion column and yes I agree wholeheartedly on Grammar.
I would kil to be able to do an unpopular opinion column and yes I agree wholeheartedly on Grammar.
8:54AM on 01/15/2016
I'm with you. I didn't hate it at all actually. We got one of the best adaptions of an X-MEN in Kelsey Grammar so that alone redeems this movie. idk... this would be my unpopular opinion column if I ever wrote one.
I'm with you. I didn't hate it at all actually. We got one of the best adaptions of an X-MEN in Kelsey Grammar so that alone redeems this movie. idk... this would be my unpopular opinion column if I ever wrote one.
8:39AM on 01/15/2016
I actually think Batman Forever is the worse film (and I know not many people will agree with me on that), but Carrey's Riddler was just Jim Carrey, Tommy Lee Jones' Two-Face was more campy Dick Tracy villain almost entirely lacking a Harvey Dent element, and I preferred Clooney to Kilmer in the role too. Batman and Robin is a better campy Batman movie than Batman Forever - watch them both again, unless you really love Jim Carrey's shtick you might agree. Regardless, Batman and Robin was still
I actually think Batman Forever is the worse film (and I know not many people will agree with me on that), but Carrey's Riddler was just Jim Carrey, Tommy Lee Jones' Two-Face was more campy Dick Tracy villain almost entirely lacking a Harvey Dent element, and I preferred Clooney to Kilmer in the role too. Batman and Robin is a better campy Batman movie than Batman Forever - watch them both again, unless you really love Jim Carrey's shtick you might agree. Regardless, Batman and Robin was still kind of a missed opportunity as they could have cast Patrick Stewart as Mr Freeze and saved the whole thing.
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9:06AM on 01/15/2016
I think Batman Forever is the less entertaining film. Batman and Robin, at least, is bad in such extravagant ways that it's frequently pretty funny. Batman Forever is just a borefest.
I think Batman Forever is the less entertaining film. Batman and Robin, at least, is bad in such extravagant ways that it's frequently pretty funny. Batman Forever is just a borefest.
8:31AM on 01/15/2016
I kinda love this film - it's all yakuza ninjas and gunfire, and quite nasty on some levels. It's not sophisticated, but I'm not sure a Punisher movie needs that anyway. Still excited to see how he's handled in Dardevil season 2.
I kinda love this film - it's all yakuza ninjas and gunfire, and quite nasty on some levels. It's not sophisticated, but I'm not sure a Punisher movie needs that anyway. Still excited to see how he's handled in Dardevil season 2.
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8:27AM on 01/15/2016
Superman IV: The Quest For Peace is worse than any of these films - it's just garbage. Bad everything. I know Catwoman sucks - I don't think I've ever made it through the whole thing in one sitting - but it's still infinitely better than Superman IV.
Superman IV: The Quest For Peace is worse than any of these films - it's just garbage. Bad everything. I know Catwoman sucks - I don't think I've ever made it through the whole thing in one sitting - but it's still infinitely better than Superman IV.
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8:00AM on 01/15/2016

Strangely...

Even though I love it, I was expecting HOWARD THE DUCK to be on this list...
And where are THE LEAGUE OF THE EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN (I admit it, it's an awful adaptation but a sometime fun movie), SWAMP THING 1 or MAN-THING ?
Even though I love it, I was expecting HOWARD THE DUCK to be on this list...
And where are THE LEAGUE OF THE EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN (I admit it, it's an awful adaptation but a sometime fun movie), SWAMP THING 1 or MAN-THING ?
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7:41AM on 01/15/2016
Yep. Catwoman is the worst comic book movie I've ever seen. Bad photography and bad special effects as well.
Yep. Catwoman is the worst comic book movie I've ever seen. Bad photography and bad special effects as well.
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7:40AM on 01/15/2016
Steel is actually more enjoyable than anybody would give it credit for. I blame lack of budget for its failure.
Steel is actually more enjoyable than anybody would give it credit for. I blame lack of budget for its failure.
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7:35AM on 01/15/2016
"It makes the remake look like a cinematic masterpiece"...um, are you on CRACK?!!!
"It makes the remake look like a cinematic masterpiece"...um, are you on CRACK?!!!
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7:35AM on 01/15/2016
I blame too many characters and subplots for the failure of this movie.
I blame too many characters and subplots for the failure of this movie.
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7:34AM on 01/15/2016

No WAY! This movie rocks!

This is the only cool Punisher movie out there, it's NOT a bad comic book movie, it's actually a very gritty action flick!
This is the only cool Punisher movie out there, it's NOT a bad comic book movie, it's actually a very gritty action flick!
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7:34AM on 01/15/2016
Nope. As cheesy as it is, this Punisher is still a good movie in my book.
Nope. As cheesy as it is, this Punisher is still a good movie in my book.
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7:33AM on 01/15/2016
Barb Wire is actually not a bad movie if you can put Pamela Anderson's bad acting skills aside.
Barb Wire is actually not a bad movie if you can put Pamela Anderson's bad acting skills aside.
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7:32AM on 01/15/2016
The Quest For Peace is just so bad in a very likable way.
The Quest For Peace is just so bad in a very likable way.
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7:17AM on 01/15/2016

Why dedicate time to stuff that is knowingly crap?

Will have to take your word for the running order as I haven't watched any of those so I wouldn't know.
I pretty much guessed 7 of them though.
Will have to take your word for the running order as I haven't watched any of those so I wouldn't know.
I pretty much guessed 7 of them though.
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5:47AM on 01/15/2016
C'mon...the second Ghost Rider movie was MUCH worse. Completely unwatchable.
C'mon...the second Ghost Rider movie was MUCH worse. Completely unwatchable.
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2:18AM on 01/15/2016

WTF

Lundgren's Punisher? For real? Up to this point the list made Sense but now you skrewed up!
Lundgren's Punisher? For real? Up to this point the list made Sense but now you skrewed up!
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