The best comic book movies of all time – according to the critics

Ranked according to Rotten Tomatoes ratings (see bottom for a full explanation)

 

35. The Adventures of Tintin – 2011 – 74%

34 다운로드. V for Vendetta – 2006 – 73%

33. The Mask – 1994 – 75%

32. Ghost in the Shell – 1995 – 94%

31 다운로드. Superman Returns – 2006 – 76%

 

30 – Thor – 2011 – 77%

29 – Batman Returns – 1992 – 78%

28 – Sin City – 2005 – 78%

27 – Captain America: The First Avenger – 2011 – 79%

26 – Hellboy – 2004 – 80%

25 – Flash Gordon – 1980 – 81%

24 – Oldboy – 2005 – 80%

23 – Iron Man 2 – 2010 – 74%

22 – Scott Pilgrim vs 더미다 다운로드. The World – 2010 – 81%

21 – Batman: The Movie – 1966 – 82%

 

20 – X-Men – 2000 – 81%

19 – Kick-Ass – 2010 – 76%

18 – Road to Perdition – 2002 – 82%

17 – The Crow – 1994 – 83%

16 – Batman Begins – 2005 – 85%

15 – A History of Violence – 2005 – 85%

14 – X-Men: First Class – 2011 – 87%

13 – Akira – 1988 – 88%

12 – Superman 2 – 1980 – 88%

11 – Hellboy 2: The Golden Army – 2008 – 87%

 

10 – X2: X-men United – 2003 – 88%

9 – Spider-Man – 2002 – 89%

8 – Men in Black – 1997 – 91%

7 – Ghost World – 2001 – 92%

6 – Spider-Man 2 – 2004 – 93%

5 – American Splendor – 2003 – 94%

4 – Superman: The Movie – 1978 – 94%

3 – The Dark Knight – 2008 – 93%

2 – Iron Man – 2008 – 94%

1 – Persepolis – 2007 – 97%

 

To celebrate the 2010 Comic-Con, we present to you Comics & Graphic Novels vs 다운로드. the Critics, an exhaustive countdown that includes movies based on everything from superheroes to graphic novels, from manga to strips from the funny pages, in order of critical approval 다운로드.

Here’s the breakdown:

  • Every movie here originates from a comic book source of some kind, not another medium (we know about the Alien vs 다운로드. Predator graphic novels, but the movies aren’t based on the comics).
  • Only movies with 20 or more reviews are included (sorry, Fritz the Cat)
  • Weighted formula that takes release year and number of reviews into account
  • Omitted all TV or straight-to-DVD flicks 브레이드.

via Rotten Tomatoes – 120 best comic movies

 

*Note: I added in 5 new critically acclaimed comic movies that came out after 2010*

Snow White: the reboot

Of all the strange things we saw at the 2011 Comic Con, the one I was not prepared for was Snow White — in armor.

From Disney cartoon to dark war story onekey ghost?

It’s true, and there are two Snow White movies coming out. The first, starring Kristen Stewart (Twilight fame) involves the damsel in distress turning into an armed warrior (movie site) 영화 간첩 다운로드.

The second involves Lily Collins (daughter of Phil Collins) in a Brothers Grimm dark twist, possibly to tell the story in its original grim form 다운로드.

It’s still a bit early for more details but both are slated for a mid-2012 release 윈도우 10 pe iso 다운로드. Probably somewhere around the release of the Batman and Spider-Man movies adobe flash cs4 다운로드.

The story at Comic Con was one of competition between the Snow Whites, which one will win?

Comic-Con Turns Geeks into Hollywood Kingmakers

“Everything I learned about the movie business I learned at Comic-Con.”

Jon Favreau

Walking around San Diego for the 2011 Comic Con is an experience like no other 다운로드. It combines the crowds and energy of SXSW with the geekiness of opening night at Harry Potter.

There are costumes galore with (my favorite) girls as sexy evil villains, stormtroopers, ghostbusters, goths, and geeks — and it’s, in a word, awesome 다운로드.

You can buy comic book art, comic books, legendary toys, video games, and mingle like it’s nerd cocktail hour.

The big deal, though, is Hollywood 다운로드. The industry has taken over the event. Every celebrity actor, director, agent, and writer shows up. This year Steven Speilberg and Peter Jackson wowed a Con audience with a dual-appearance 스키 사파리 다운로드. They spend millions on everything from sneak peek trailers, to gigantic booths and exclusive parties.

And, we love it.

If you’re at all intrigued you must read the article below 7080노래모음 다운로드.

It’s a personal account from Jon Favreau, the actor (Swingers, PCU) and writer/director (Elf, Iron Man, Cowboys & Aliens), on his experiences of both bombing and killing it 다운로드.

He gives some insight into how movies have intersected with this Con and turned the geeks into king-makers.

“The energy hit me in the sternum like a wrecking ball 윈도우7 영문 언어팩 다운로드. The feeling in that room created a flood of endorphins that took hours to dissipate from my brainpan. After showing the clip a second time, I ran off the stage, and a year before that movie ever made it into theaters, Iron Man was a hit 다운로드. Any misgivings about the new studio, the director or the casting of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark seemed to evaporate in those few, precious moments 센스 톡 무료 다운로드. By the time Downey took the stage on Saturday during the Marvel panel, he was welcomed as one of their own.”

read the full article at The Hollywood Reporter