Poll Position: The Worst Superhero Movie Of All Time

So, as we've just found out what the community believes are the top 10 best superhero movies of all time, why not do the opposite. As with the poll for the best movies, I've started us out with 10 movies that most people will agree are to some extent pretty terrible, but you can add your own choices to the list (preferably with the year they came out, so we don't have any confusion between movies with the same or simular names, i.e. Fantastic Four) one per day. We are including any film that has superheros as a main theme and had a theatrical release, both live-action and animated. So we wouldn't accept the 1992 Fantastic Four film because that went unreleased and can only be viewed on VHS bootlegs or on the internet, but we would accept Hancock, because it was about superheroes and wasn't great. You can vote for as many choices as you want once per day and the poll is open until the 6th of July (so a week on Friday).

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5 Responses to Poll Position: The Worst Superhero Movie Of All Time

  1. The Atomic Punk says:

    Elektra was just a weak story that failed to introduce let alone establish the character. To me, the movie had heavy influence of The Crow without that edge. The comic book Elektra can be seen in Aeon Flux, Underworld, and Resident Evil.

    Silver Samurai made his way into an issue of Spider-Man featuring John Belushi. George Takeii not so much.Superman IV: The Quest for Peace? Total cheese but endearing. Nuclear Man was a creation without free will.

  2. Steve says:

    Your listing of ‘Spider-man’ in 2004 isn’t ‘Spider-Man 2’ with Tobey McGuire is it?

  3. JR19759 says:

    Your listing of ‘Spider-man’ in 2004 isn’t ‘Spider-Man 2’ with Tobey McGuire is it?

    Dunno, I assume so. It was a community submisson, so I didn’t add it. I don’t know what the person who submitted it was thinking because they didn’t add a comment to justify it (same with Captain Marvel as well, I’d really like someone to justify why it’s now on the poll).

  4. Herr D says:

    Yikes. I thought Hancock WAS great. Some bad moments, but, better concept and better verisimilitude than Hollywood normally does.

  5. The Atomic Punk says:

    Someone added Howard the Duck? The movie features one of the best diner scenes of all time! (“She took my eggs.”)