In recent years movie directors have turned to comic for inspiration. What is the best comic book movie you have seen?
Batman Begins, and I'll tell you why. Chris Nolan and WB took a big risk not having Batman even show up until well after the first hour of the movie. The first Iron Man movie did a good job of doing the same. Letting an origin story flow naturally with the pace of the rest of the film.
Batman: Under the Red Hood
It is extremely well done, and I love the story.
I actually re-watched that last night. It's without question my favorite animated movie.
My vote currently goes to Marvel's The Avengers.
I've pretty much watched it with all of my close friends. I guess I've seen it a half dozen times. I like it even better than the Dark Knight.
Batman Year One was ok.
Other movies weren't accurate enough. Like X-Men First Class Cyclops was replaced for his brother Havok. Spider man (Tobey Maguire series) the spider web came out from his veins?, but the costume is accurate (not the black costume in the 3rd one) The Amazing Spider Man fixed that error by saying that Peter Parker made a machine to shot the web (accurate to the comics and tv show), but the costume is not right.