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CuriousWoodlander
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08 Jun 2024, 8:48 am

What's everyone's favourite superhero film?
Personally for me, it's a tie between Iron Man and The Dark Knight. Also a big fan of Wolverine films.



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08 Jun 2024, 8:59 am

Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, and Kick Ass are mine! ฅ՞•ﻌ•՞ฅ

My mom would bring us to watch most of the Marvel/DC movies as they came out, but I've never been a giant fan of them! I really liked Iron Man, End Game, Guardians of the Galaxy, Deadpool, and Thor though.


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08 Jun 2024, 12:06 pm

MoeTrashPanda wrote:
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, and Kick Ass are mine! ฅ՞•ﻌ•՞ฅ

My mom would bring us to watch most of the Marvel/DC movies as they came out, but I've never been a giant fan of them! I really liked Iron Man, End Game, Guardians of the Galaxy, Deadpool, and Thor though.


I forgot about Kick Ass. That's a good one :)
Shout out for Watchmen as well. I remember going to the cinema in 2003 to see Hulk. Must have been the first superhero film I saw on the big screen.



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24 Jun 2024, 5:00 pm

Spider-Man

Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Iron Man

The Avengers

Doctor Strange (and its sequel)

Black Widow

X-Men: First Class

Logan

The Dark Knight Trilogy

Wonder Woman

Birds of Prey

The Batman

Suicide Squad (2021 version)

A shout-out not only for Unbreakable (starring Bruce Willis & Samuel L. Jackson, written & directed by M. Night Shyamalan), but also to Hancock (starring Will Smith, Charlize Theron and Jason Bateman, directed by Peter Berg) which was released in 2008 several years after Unbreakable.


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24 Jun 2024, 6:21 pm

The Incredibles - just the first film. The second one can be thrown into the incinerator.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1 & 2. The third one and the Michael Bay films can be thrown into the incinerator.

What else?...


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01 Jul 2024, 3:28 am

The Avengers franchise.
Captain America: Civil War.
The Batman.
The Suicide Squad.


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01 Jul 2024, 4:16 am

Batman: The Movie (1966)


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01 Jul 2024, 8:13 am

I thought the first Iron-man (2008) film was surprisingly good.

The Ant-man (2015) film was fun. Very quotable.

First Avengers film (2012) was good.

Just rewatched the 1st Christopher Reeves Superman film (1978) and actually liked it a bit better than when I was a kid. Though it aged well. When I was younger I was disappointed that the big screen Superman and Lois weren’t like the comics or the old TV series. I still think the best Superman film I have seen is the animated 1941 Max Fleischer shorts. Enjoyed Superman and the Mole Men (1951) too.

I am enjoying the tv series The Flash (2014 Grant Gustin). Also the Tick (2017).

Best "little known" superhero film might be "The Rocketeer" (1991)

Pre-superman/batman Superhero: (Mask, Cape, Secret Identity) The Mark of Zorro (1940)


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01 Jul 2024, 8:31 am

How Civil War's 'Underoos' Line Was Translated Around The World

https://screenrant.com/captain-america- ... anslation/


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01 Jul 2024, 10:34 pm

Superhero Movie

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10 Jul 2024, 1:38 pm

Super hero movies

1. Original Superman with Christopher Reeve
2. Any of the Spiderman Movies
3. The First Avengers
4. The Fantastic 4 (2005)
6. The Incredibles 1 and 2



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11 Jul 2024, 2:04 pm

I'm going to select X-Men because it came out this century, and I got goosebumps when Wolverine's claw first appeared. I've enjoyed all the X-Men films.

After reading Summer_Twilight's entry, I was going to be mischievous (also known as a scamp, or an A**hole) and say the Original Superman from 1948 with Kirk Alan. It played in the theater so technically (???) it was a film, but it was a actually fifteen part serial. I actually like the superhero serials of the 1940's. They are all low budget, but they are fun. However, they are probably more like a television serial. There was also a couple Batman serials.

But I would select X-Men. The 1960's Batman film would have been my choice, but like I said, X-Men was from this century.



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11 Jul 2024, 2:53 pm

pcgoblin wrote:
Original Superman from 1948 with Kirk Alan


1941 Max Fleischer Superman (a.k.a. Superman: The Mad Scientist) still has that beat by about 7 years. It was in color and the special effects were better.



(Yes it was animated, but they used Rotoscoping and traced live actors on film so there was a real-life Superman actor involved). It was nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film (then called "Academy Award for Best Short Subject, Cartoon". A "Short" or a "Short Subject Film" is still a film. And it definitely was shown in theatres.


Wikipedia says:

wikipedia.org - Short film

"Short Subject" redirects here.

[ . . . ]

A short film is a film with a low running time. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences defines a short film as "an original motion picture that has a running time of not more than 40 minutes including all credits".[1] In the United States, short films were generally termed short subjects from the 1920s into the 1970s when confined to two 35 mm reels or less, and featurettes for a film of three or four reels. "Short" was an abbreviation for either term.

[ . . . ]

( Also being a "scamp" )

You can see Kirk Alan clips here (and other places):


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18 Jul 2024, 10:41 pm

1.) Avengers Infinity War
2.) Thor Ragnarok
3.) Civil War
4.) Dark Knight Trilogy
5.) Wanda Vision


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18 Jul 2024, 10:42 pm

Honorable Mention: Wonder Woman (The first movie)


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19 Jul 2024, 12:39 am

I've only seen one. It was Spiderman: Something (I forget the number). It's the one with Sally Field as his aunt, and a pretty girl as his girlfriend. He's an orphan. My daughter loves this movie and wanted me to watch it with her a couple of years ago. I actually kind of liked it / followed it until the ending where as usual I tuned out because it devolved into a big noisy fight with special effects and explosions.

That stuff always gives me a headache so I just want them to shut the f up, get it over with, and die.


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