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by Weldon Barlow (2019-08-03)

I simply finished watching Thor in Blue-Ray and I enjoyed it a lot. Who would have ever before thought that a live-action Thor movie would ever be made. Specifically if you had ever seen the Thor appearance in one of the Incredible Hulk TV movies years ago. The concept of Green Lantern rocks ! but I never thought that a movie would be made. Hence while I'm waiting for a live-action version of the Large group of Super-Heroes I thought that I would mull over what I believe will be the finest films in the ever-expanding genre of super-hero videos. I've limited myself to live-action films even though some of the animated stuff is really awesome. I think it would be cheating to mix animated films with the live-action films. I've also limited the number of "best" films to 10 otherwise I quickly venture over into the realm of Return of the Swamp Thing and Steel. From the tender I go.

10. The Rocketeer (1991)

Any motion picture with Jennifer Connelly in it can't be too bad unless that movie is Hulk. The Rocketeer perfectly captured the look and spirit on the Dave Stevens comic reserve. Super-Heroes and Nazi's constantly go well together, like peanut butter and jelly.

dokuz. The Incredible Hulk (2008)

Not to be confused with "Hulk" which was mentioned above, this 2008 soft re-boot of the Hulk franchise is actually really good. Whilst a sequel this film moves forward without invalidating anything from the previous film. The movie explores the fragile mind of Bruce Banner; mirrors the best of the Bill Bixby television series and has extraordinary (no pun intended) fight scenes with the Abomination. As well as the love story with Betty Ross is kept to a minimum. What more can anyone ask for within a super-hero movie? The only thing I am able to think of would have been a been a cameo from Wolverine.

8. Blade (1998)

I decided not to know a lot about Edge when I saw this movie. I just still don't know a whole heck of a lot about Knife the comic book personality but Blade the movie very hero is awesome. Martial arts, swords and vampires. So amazing its scary.

7. Batman (1966)

Sure it's cheesy; sure Adam West is pudgy; sure Cesar Romero would not shave his mustache but this movie is just fun. Has there have you been a better Penguin or Riddler as played by Burgess Meredith and Frank Gorshin respectively? For that matter Lee Meriwether is #2 on the list of ideal Catwomen behind Julie Newmar and above Michelle Pfeiffer. In this movie we of course see the classic Batmobile nevertheless also the Bat-Copter, Bat-Bike and Bat-Boat. We as well learn that Batman provides anti-shark repellent in his power belt. This movie will make the top ten list exclusively for the scene with Batman running around the pier using a bomb in his hands.

six. Superman II (1980)

Quarter-hour of this movie is probably the greatest super hero movie available. The fight with Superman vs General Zod, Ursa and Non over Metropolis still stands up to this day. If only Richard Donner had been allowed to surface finish the movie. We would have been able to escape much of the camp (this is certainly bad camp unlike the great camp in the Batman movie) added by Richard Lester. The cellophane "S"; teleporting Kryptonians in the Fortress of Solitude and the mind-altering "super-kiss" at the end of the movie (as if Superman didn't already have enough powers someone believed it to be necessary to add a few more) unfortunately forces me to hold this movie out of my top five.

5. Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Simply a very good movie. No longer bogged straight down by the requisite origin storyline Peter Parker can just go and fight crime seeing that Spider-Man. The scene with all the passengers on the monorail guarding Spider-Man chokes me up a bit inside. "Spider-Man" probably would have made this list nonetheless no matter how much I appreciated Willem DaFoe as Gary Osborn I really disliked saving money Goblin costume in that motion picture.

4. Iron Man (2008)

Robert Downey Jr. playing a narcissistic self-absorbed self-destrucive person with a substance abuse issue... awesome casting. In one film Iron Man went by B-list hero whom nobody but a comic book geek had ever heard of into a true cultural icon and being featured prominently on every Marvel kid's toy best suited next to Spider-Man. Which is goal for all of these movies (see Green Lantern above). Iron Man not only accomplished it but it is a very great movie on top of it. The only drawback to the entire movie may be the closing fight scene between Iron Man and Obadiah Stane. I feel like the main character has to fight a bigger, badder version of himself have been done to death. For example it was done in the same year in Marvel's other film the Incredible Hulk. Ultimately, I think the movie was more interesting in order to focused on Tony Stark instead of Iron Man. It made for a good movie but I am just not sure if that is a great thing for a "super hero" video so Iron Man just makes it to #4 in the list.

3. The Darkness Knight (2008)

This video made a bazillion dollars. Heath Ledger was amazing as the Joker. It's a fantastic movie. It's just simply so long (2 1/2 hours) and Christian Bale is screaming throughout the entire motion picture. I've always imagined Batman to have a stoic coolness... like Clint Eastwood. Any complaints I've about this movie, however , happen to be quickly mitigated by a Batman and Robin flashback.

2 . Captain America (2011)

What did I say before regarding super heroes and Nazis? Well it's even more accurate when the super hero is usually dressed up in an American flag. The Nazis don't stand a chance. I loved everything about this movie. Chris Evans was very convincing as Captain America and as Bob Rogers. Even the Red Brain didn't seem cheesy. All of this and the Cosmic Cube also, I loved this film. Captain America: The Initial Avenger is a great movie and sbo well deserving of my #2 spot. There is only one movie that could beat it out.

#1. Superman (1978)

This is this. The Grand-daddy of them all. It might not be the first super-hero movie but it is definitely the primary movie that you think of as you think about a super hero film. Where Chris Evans was convincing in the role of Steve Rogers/Captain America, Christopher Reeve IS Superman and at the same time he delivers the certain portrayal of Clark Kent. Others have played the role before and after Reeve but non-e have worn the cape more convincingly or confidently. Christopher Reeve genuinely made me believe that if a man could fly it would be him.