I just watched Age of Ultron a few days ago, which you should go see if you haven't already, and started wondering where I would put it against other superhero movies. So this is a thread to talk about your favorite Superhero movies. Heres my favorites off the top of my head 10. Avengers The sense of humor of this movie is fantastic, there are so many quotable scenes. And it was so awesome to see all these different movies lead up to this one. 9. Superman This is the first superhero movie and I feel it set a lot of standards for other movies to follow. My only grip with this movie is Lex Luthor, I don't like how Gene Hackman portrays him. He comes of as more humorous then threatening. 8.Captain America Winter Soldier So many people told me this was the best Marvel movie, but I'll be honest I liked the first Captain America better. But this is still an amazing movie. The scenes where Rogers has to "relive" his past in particular are so well done. Honestly because of those scenes, this reminded me a lot of Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker where Big Boss is forced to relive a lot of the events is MGS3. I feel that this was the best way to go for a sequel to the original and was really well done, but I just really loved the first one better. 7. Super Man 2 Richard Donner Cut Now the original version of the film is good too, but the Richard Donner cut is superior to me. There are a lot of scenes that show a lot more heart to the characters than the original did. Especially the seen where Lois finally figures out the "truth" about Superman. 6. Avengers Age of Ultron I loved this movie. I know there was people complaining about it not being faithful to the comics, but researching about the comics and what happens, I personally think the movies story of Ultron is a lot better. Also people complained so bad that Josh Whedon literally quit Twitter was uncalled for. The scene that caused people to complain was so stupid to complain about. It was meant to be a sad scene not one that was suppose to get people to believe a certain type of way. But enough arguing about it, this movie was fantastic. From beginning to end there was not a bad moment. I know I heard people say it was to fast paced, but it didn't bother me.Go play Kingdom Hearts 3D and then come talk to me about too fast storytelling. 5. Guardians of the Galaxy I kept hearing this movie was good, and it didn't disappoint when I finally got around to watching it. This is a movie that is able to compel so many different emotions. Their are scenes that made me cry and scenes that made me laugh like crazy. The humor alone in this movie is worth it to watch. And some of the jokes are super subtle where if you blink you'll miss it. Also the cast is fantastics, a lot of the fun of the movie was seeing actors I was not expecting at all to be in the film. Just all around an amazing movie and I can't wait for the sequel. 4. Captain America The First Avenger I think I may be the only one that truly loved this movie. I guess it's because I've always loved the 40s-60s period of history. And the way this film portrays the 40s and WWII is is done really well. I don't think many people realize how many men actually willingly wanted to enter the war after Pearl Harbor happened. And Steve Rogers is the perfect example of that. And one quote that really got to me in the movie is when he is asked if he wants to kill Nazis. Rogers replies, "I don't want to kill anyone. I don't like bullies; I don't care where they're from." And the way they tie together the universe of Iron Man and Thor into the movie was really well done. And I'm not ashamed to admit the ending made me cry. I really love this movie, and feel it's kinda underrated compared to other Marvel movies. 3. The Dark Knight Rises I have never understood why this movie was not as well received as The Dark Knight. For what they had to work with this was an amazing movie. It's the best way they could have ended the series with Heath Ledger's death after The Dark Knight. The one complaint I can kind see is that Bane is nothing like he is in the comics, which is true, but I still really enjoyed him. Also the way they shoehorn Robin in at the last minute left a bad taste in my mouth. But other than that I loved this movie. 2. The Dark Knight While I may not agree with those who say Heath Ledger is the best Joker ever(Mark Hamill still is the best in my heart.) he still does an amazing job. This movie from start to finish is just done so well. Their is a reason why this is considered the best Batman movie by many people. 1. Batman Returns Okay let me explain this one. This one is my favorite mostly for nostalgia reasons. I loved this movie when I was little, and rewatching it grown up I still love it. It's just a really dark film.(And sadly that's one of the main reasons why Forever and Batman and Robin ended up being so terrible). Granted it takes several liberties from the comics, but I just love the overall cast and storyline. Their are some good funny moments in there as well.