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Old 10-31-2011, 05:17 PM   #51
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My top comicbook films are as follows:


1. Superman (1978)
2. Batman (1989)
3. Spiderman
4. Iron Man
5. X-Men: First Class
6. 300
7. Captain America: First Avenger
8. Thor
9. The Incredible Hulk
10. Kick Ass

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Old 10-31-2011, 05:46 PM   #52
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I'd go more like this myself:

1) Iron Man
2)The Incredibles
3)A History Of Violence
4)Superman: The Movie
5)Road To Perdition
6)Unbreakable
7)Captain America: The First Avenger
8)Iron Man 2
9)Batman Begins
10)Kick-Ass
11)The Rocketeer
12)Thor
13)The Incredible Hulk
14)Men In Black
15)Sin City
16)X-Men United
17) X-Men:First Class
18)Spider-Man 2
19)Blade
20)Superman 2
21)Spider-Man
22)X-Men
23)The Punisher(2004)
24)The Mask
25)The Green Hornet

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Old 10-31-2011, 05:49 PM   #53
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Agree here, disagree there: It's like with any list, hey?

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Old 10-31-2011, 05:53 PM   #54
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Spider-man 2 had some campy moments but it was not a campy movie.


It is probably not, but it has way tooo much cheese.

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Overall, it is definitely a much much better superhero flick than that depressing Dark Knight movie.


So depressing is against quality? Since when exactly?

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Old 10-31-2011, 06:01 PM   #55
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We obviously don't see much eye to eye!
But that's fine. Everybody is entitled to his/her personal opinion and I have respect for views different from mine.

But the fact that metacritic has more credibility than either IMDB or rottentomatoes is well-established. And I am ready to have a long detailed debate with anyone who thinks otherwise.
You obviously are not, as you've immediately given up on the discussion with me.

In any case, I wouldn't want to discredit metacritic. To me it holds weight. Just as IMDB, RottenTomatoes, Amazon.com, etc. hold weight.

And in my mind - if BB is higher rated on 3 of those 4 sites... It's probably the better movie.

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Old 11-01-2011, 06:10 AM   #56
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Spider-Man 2 doesn't deserve second place. It's only ok. Too much sappy MJ romance in it and Peter moping around moaning about his crappy life for most of it.

All the other rankings are good and deserved.

sadly for you, it seems that top movie critics and millions of fans donít agree with you !

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Old 11-01-2011, 11:18 AM   #57
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Why is that sad for me? The only thing that would be sad is using popular opinion as a defense for a movie. Avatar is popular with top movie critics and millions of Cameron fans, but it doesn't stop me and many others from thinking it's boring as hell.

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Old 12-24-2011, 01:45 PM   #58
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sadly for you, it seems that top movie critics and millions of fans donít agree with you !
American Splendor: 90/100
Ghost World: 88/100
Superman: 88/100
Superman II: 99/100

Seems like the top critics don't seem to agree with you either

And, as evidence from IMDB and various other sites suggest, neither do millions of fans.

If you're going to use one site as "Fact" about a film's superiority to all others, don't end up shooting yourself in the foot first.

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Old 12-28-2011, 08:00 AM   #59
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Wow 25 is too much....let me try 3 top comic book movies

1. Spider-man Trilogy
2. Iron Man 1, 2, & 3(coming soon)
3. Transformers Trilogy

Accept It.

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Old 12-28-2011, 08:36 AM   #60
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I'd go more like this myself:

1) Iron Man
2)The Incredibles
3)A History Of Violence
4)Superman: The Movie
5)Road To Perdition
6)Unbreakable
7)Captain America: The First Avenger
8)Iron Man 2
9)Batman Begins
10)Kick-Ass
11)The Rocketeer
12)Thor
13)The Incredible Hulk
14)Men In Black
15)Sin City
16)X-Men United
17) X-Men:First Class
18)Spider-Man 2
19)Blade
20)Superman 2
21)Spider-Man
22)X-Men
23)The Punisher(2004)
24)The Mask
25)The Green Hornet
Nice list... However, Men in Black, Blade, The Punisher and The Green Hornet should be replaced with The Crow (#7) The Dark Knight (#14) Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (#19) and Blade II (#25).

Blade is a tough one. Although the it was this film that ushered in a new age of of comic to film adaptations, and should be recognised for that fact, the actual story had a lot of problems. Blade II IMHO better addressed the character and provided a better and more coherent story.

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Old 12-28-2011, 10:26 AM   #61
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Wow 25 is too much....let me try 3 top comic book movies

1. Spider-man Trilogy
2. Iron Man 1, 2, & 3(coming soon)
3. Transformers Trilogy

Accept It.
That's seven movies you listed there, not 3. Iron Man 3 is not even out yet and you're ranking it as one of the best.

Accept It

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Old 12-28-2011, 10:47 AM   #62
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Thank's Jok..bro

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Old 12-28-2011, 12:52 PM   #63
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Nice list... However, Men in Black, Blade, The Punisher and The Green Hornet should be replaced with The Crow (#7) The Dark Knight (#14) Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (#19) and Blade II (#25).

Blade is a tough one. Although the it was this film that ushered in a new age of of comic to film adaptations, and should be recognized for that fact, the actual story had a lot of problems. Blade II IMHO better addressed the character and provided a better and more coherent story.
All I know is that even though I haven't watched a Blade movie in over 10 years, I can still remember Blade 1 pretty well. I can hardly remember anything about Blade 2. And I didn't even bother watching Blade 3 after what I heard about it.

Scott Pilgrim I didn't even like and since this is a list of CBM's I'd actually endorse it doesn't belong here. TDK goes with AngHulk in my worst of the worst pile. And The Crow is much like Blade 2. I saw it when it came out but remember nothing of it so it really couldn't have been that good if it was unable to leave much of an impression on me one way or another.

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Old 12-29-2011, 04:24 AM   #64
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Mine would be a bit different:

1. Watchmen
2. The Dark Knight
3. 300
4. Batman Begins
5. Spiderman 2
6. Kick Ass
7. Captain America: First Avenger
8. Spiderman
9. Thor
10. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
11. Batman 89
12. X-Men: First Class
13. All Star Superman
14. The Mask
15. Iron Man
16. Superman: Doomsday
17. Sin City
18. X-Men
19. X2
20. Daredevil
21. 30 days of Night
22. Ghost World
23. The Losers
24. Red
25. Hulk

And yes, I am aware I've missed out S:TM and Superman 2... I can't honestly include them because I just don't like them.

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Old 12-29-2011, 08:35 AM   #65
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Scott Pilgrim I didn't even like and since this is a list of CBM's I'd actually endorse it doesn't belong here. TDK goes with AngHulk in my worst of the worst pile. And The Crow is much like Blade 2. I saw it when it came out but remember nothing of it so it really couldn't have been that good if it was unable to leave much of an impression on me one way or another.
How is Scott Pilgrim not a Comic Book Movie????

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Old 12-31-2011, 11:50 AM   #66
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How is Scott Pilgrim not a Comic Book Movie????
I didn't say it wasn't one. I said my list was of my top 25 and to get on the list it would need to be a CBM that I actually liked and would recommend. Scott Pilgrim doesn't meet that criteria because I didn't like it at all.

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Old 12-31-2011, 11:56 AM   #67
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The Batman (89) snub is unforgivable.

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Old 12-31-2011, 12:09 PM   #68
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Eh, I don't think it's that serious. Folks can have anything they want on their lists as far as I'm concerned. Just as long as I know what mine is, that's all I need.

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Anyone who doesn't put The Dark Knight on their list at all can't be taken seriously. In my opinion. I can barely name 25 comic book movies, let alone not include The Dark Knight among them. Get real.

1. The Dark Knight
2. Spider-Man 2
3. Superman: The Movie
4. X2: X-Men United
5. Iron Man
6. X-Men: First Class
7. Watchmen
8. Batman Begins
9. Spider-Man
10. Batman 89

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The Batman (89) snub is unforgivable.
I think it's forgivable. I never thought that movie was anything special.

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Batman (89) had iconic and memorable dialogue, visuals, music and acting. It was the very definition of "special". Plus it made a huge impact on the culture at the time and influenced BTAS. It deserves to be in the top 10.

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Batman (89) had iconic and memorable dialogue, visuals, music and acting. It was the very definition of "special". Plus it made a huge impact on the culture at the time and influenced BTAS. It deserves to be in the top 10.
You're right.

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Batman (89) had iconic and memorable dialogue, visuals, music and acting. It was the very definition of "special". Plus it made a huge impact on the culture at the time and influenced BTAS. It deserves to be in the top 10.
According to Nolan, B89 defined the tone for superhero movies. Not like we didn't know that anyways. And that list shouldn't be taken this serious.

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The order they have them ranked in makes that a pretty ****** list.

But my question is to all of you who are ranking Kick-Ass in the top ten. Have you guys seen the movie? If Nic Cage's horribly over-the-top Adam West impersonation wasn't cheesy enough to ruin the movie for you guys, how did the retardedly campy Jetpack scene not do it? Plus, nearly all of the elements which made the comic good were changed to cliche ******** just to appeal casual movie-goer. I, for one, am glad I didn't waste any money going to see it.

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