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Posted by JediXMan

Dark Knight.

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Posted by FortressoftheMoon

For me i think Watchmen (only due to it was the most accurate to the source especially if you have seen the Director's cut) other than that this thread is gonna get filled with The Dark Knight.

Posted by JediXMan
@FortressoftheMoon said:
For me i think Watchmen (only due to it was the most accurate to the source especially if you have seen the Ultimate Cut)
Fixed.
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Posted by Wattup

The Dark Knight. Nothing else is even close.

Posted by Gambit1024

There are too many good ones, but (and I know I'm being cliche) TDK takes it. Watchmen and Iron Man are close seconds, but TDK was the best.

Edited by fodigg

I'm very fond of ROAD TO PERDITION. 
 
edit: Oh wait, you said "superhero." Not even adaptations? Just general superhero? Well then I'd probably go with THE INCREDIBLES.

Posted by FortressoftheMoon
@JediXman: There's an Ultimate Cut? Don't tell me there are going to that crap like that they did with Blade Runner. (Theatrical,director and Final Cut) Director's cut basically nailed it what the difference between the two?
Posted by JediXMan
@FortressoftheMoon said:
@JediXman: There's an Ultimate Cut? Don't tell me there are going to that crap like that they did with Blade Runner. (Theatrical,director and Final Cut) Director's cut basically nailed it what the difference between the two?
Ultimate Cut has all the scenes from the Director's Cut as well as the Black Freighter sequences (which is sold as a separate DVD. Ultimate Cut added them into the movie - quite seamlessly, actually). It also comes with a separate DVD for the motion comic.
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Posted by DH69

Dark knight

Posted by AssertingValor

new Batman series,  and X-Men Origins Wolverine...

Posted by Gambit1024
@JediXMan said:
@FortressoftheMoon said:
@JediXman: There's an Ultimate Cut? Don't tell me there are going to that crap like that they did with Blade Runner. (Theatrical,director and Final Cut) Director's cut basically nailed it what the difference between the two?
Ultimate Cut has all the scenes from the Director's Cut as well as the Black Freighter sequences (which is sold as a separate DVD. Ultimate Cut added them into the movie - quite seamlessly, actually). It also comes with a separate DVD for the motion comic.
Really? I might have to check that out then
Posted by FortressoftheMoon

@JediXman: That's it..I'll just stick with my director's cut then. Oh well thankx for the info
Posted by JediXMan
@FortressoftheMoon said:

@JediXman: That's it..I'll just stick with my director's cut then. Oh well thankx for the info
No problem. Though I would recommend getting the Black Freighter. It was very good.
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Posted by FortressoftheMoon

@JediXman: I have it. I made a copy getting it thru netflix when it first came out. But I mostly got it for the Hollis Mason interview.
Posted by I'maDC/ImageGuy!

The Dark Knight

Posted by JediXMan
@FortressoftheMoon said:

@JediXman: I have it. I made a copy getting it thru netflix when it first came out. But I mostly got it for the Hollis Mason interview.
Ah.
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Posted by tim2081

UNBREAKABLE

Posted by Enzeru--defunct

1. Watchmen
 (For me, on the first place - I liked everything about it)
 
2. The Dark Knight
(A really great movie - The pathos and the few weird unrealistic scenes sucked)
 
3. Thor
(Better then I expected - I loved the first few funny scenes where Thor came to earth and got owned)
 
4. X-Men 2
(I had a lot of fun while watching it. Especially the first few minutes with Nightcrawler were kick-ass)

5. Blade 2
(Well yeah, a good movie with a cool villain, but I was missing Stan Lee's cameo again)

Posted by Agent9149

dark knight even though after i watched it the third time i fell asleep

Posted by Mighty Thorion

Tough to choose between some of them but I would put my top 5 as: 
 
1) Dark Knight 
 
2) Iron Man (1st) 
 
3) X-Men 2 
 
4) Batman (1989) - "Love that Joker!) 
 
5) Thor - (as someone said above - better than expected)

Posted by Rudyftw

Tim Burton's *Batman Returns* IS THE BOMB DIGGITY. I remember being scared of it as a kid. SUICIDE PENGUINS! It can't get any better than that.

Posted by The Poet

hmm...I'd have to say (because no one has mentioned it) Batman Beyond: return of the Joker
 
plus, the dark knight
(Watchman for me was slightly annoying with the different reasons for getting rid of the heroes (no alien? bummer!)

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Edited by cattlebattle

X-Men films (sans Last Stand and Origins) were all pretty great.
 
Superman 2 is a classic, Iron Man 1st one. Kick Ass and Watchmen all have rewatch factors.
 
I didn't like The Dark Knight as much as other people I guess,
 
Oh and Spider-Man 2 is probably my favorite. So no. there is no definitive BEST film

Posted by _slim_
  • The Dark Knight/Batman Begins
  • Spider-Man 1 & 2
  • X-Men 1 & 2
  • Iron Man
  • The Incredible Hulk
  • Blade
Posted by gravitypress

Batman  Keaton
Superman Reeves
Xmen
Ironman

Posted by ntb1124

Dark Knight-only downside was having a different character play a main character(and I do not like Maggie Gylenhal)
Iron Man-Robert Downey was surprisingly at the time perfect for the role, and the movie was really good
first X-Men movie-kept it simple and just enough awesome
Incredible Hulk(Norton)-wish it would done better, and Norton would be back for Avengers
Batman-The first Batman with Keaton and Jack as Joker

Posted by RScottH08

watchmen for me, i mean the ending was a bit changed without the alien, but it actually still made sense and was still amazingly accurate to the comic

Posted by Enzeru--defunct
@RScottH08 said:
watchmen for me, i mean the ending was a bit changed without the alien, but it actually still made sense and was still amazingly accurate to the comic
Alien at the end of the Watchmen-novel? Can't remember it anymore. What happened?
Posted by DeathpooltheT1000

TDK
Watchmen
Under the Red Hood 
The Incredible Hulk
Batman Begins
Batman Mark of the Phantom
Blade
Superman 1
Blade 2
Superman 2
Daredevil Directors Cut.
X Men 2.
I really dont liked Thor, it was ok, but without the Avengers, the movie would look like as weak as really is.

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

The Watchmen 

Posted by odinforce
The Dark Knight stomps all 
 
But my next favorite comic book movies in order from best imo 
 
Iron Man 
Batman Begins 
Thor or X-Men First Class 
Posted by FadeToBlackBolt
  1. The Dark Knight
  2. Batman Begins
  3. Sin City
  4. Scott Pilgrim vs the World
  5. Batman Returns
I'm not including animated films in this list, because Mask of the Phantasm is just so far and beyond the best it renders everything else crap by comparison.
Posted by higher_evolutionary

watch men series stomps the film
anyway the best is everyone''s favorite
batman and robin