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Best Superhero movie EVER?


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I was just wondering what ye guys think, I'm kinda old school, I love Tim Burton's Batman and Christopher Reeve as Superman, I thought the new Spiderman was a load of shite but really liked the X-Men Trilogy and The Avengers.

 

So what so ye think,? so many to choose from I know so what's the good and bad?

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I don't know if you would class them as superhero movies, but I really like Blade, Blade II, The Punisher (Thomas Jane version) and Punisher: War Zone, with them coming a close joint-second to The Rocketeer.

 

If it's super-powered beings that we're basing it on, then X2, X-Men: First Class, Hancock and The Crow (is he a superhero?) would all be in with a shout.

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Yeah X-Men: First Class was, well, first class really. Probably the best overall superhero movie I've seen.

 

I really liked Batman Begins over the other two. All three were brilliant but for me the first instalment didn't try to do too much, which a superhero movie shouldn't.

 

From Tim Burton's Batman I prefer "Returns" to the original. Just seemed to have a better story and cast.

 

Cheers!

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Oh I'm not saying anybody is wrong for liking this or that, it definitely takes all sorts. For me, the Avengers was what a super hero movie should be. Huge, epic scale set pieces, grand special effects, cheesy one liners, explosions and all that goofy shit. It should be like a living comic book.

 

Batman was more grounded in reality...for as realistic as a man in a rubber bat suit fighting crime can be anyway. It was more dark, slow and plodding. Plus I've never been able to look past the voice. Its like damn bro, you put on a worse fake Batman voice than I do! It was like he was doing a voice almost to take the piss.

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