Superhero stories have been a famous part of all traditional culture for over 75 years, but it is not only a part of books and magazines etc. also a part of movies. The last four decades have seen continued expansion of full-length superhero movies, whether it is traditional stories, or takes that deconstruct the factual, they are frequently great hero movie to watch. Presently, we live in a time period where a list of superheroes movies famous is at an all-time high. DC and Marvel continue to launch new projects for their cinematic universe. Below is the list of 50 Superhero Movies Ranked from Worst to Best.
50 Superhero Movies Ranked From Worst to Best
1- Logan (2017)
The last movie of Hugh Jackman was Wolverine and it is very angry, gloomy, and exquisite. The R-rated drama describes a dying Logan and a vanishing Professor X trying one last time to mark a difference. By protecting a girl who can splendidly be the world’s last malformed from despicable group of mercenaries and scientists.
2- Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
It is the second best superhero movie takes Captain America, a hero from a simpler time and insertions him into a sophisticated, fashionable setting. It could have been fish-out-of-water, but instead Captain America: The Winter Soldier challenges the concept of heroism.
3- Spider-Man 2 (2004)
The entire point of this movie, the character was to flip the superhero power imaginary on its head and demonstrate that having capabilities for outside those of ordinary men would basically suck. Spider-Man 2 captures that taste so perfectly that it is easy to disregard the film’s minor flaws.
4- Deadpool (2016)
It took long complete, but 20th Century Fox finally delivered Deadpool another chance after completely defilement the characters in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and thanks, heavens they did.
5- Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
When Guardians of the Galaxy come out, smart members of the spectators had already started to notification that Marvel Studios had a plan for its superhero movies.
6- Captain America: Civil War (2016)
The costs of releasing superheroes into the world lead to spectacular confrontation in Captain America: Civil War, which bargains the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe duking it out over honest principles.
7- Iron Man Three (2013)
Tony Stark sets out on his most erratic exploit in Iron Man Three that forces the hero to absorb most of the film without his logo suit of armor and to determine the limits of his own ego.
8- The Captain America: The First Avenger
The 21st century where essential due to the superheroes movies is also well-known from producing one of the best sentimental action movies ever with Captain America: The First Avenger.
9- The Avengers (2012)
The team of superhero movie is one of the most enjoyable blockbusters ever made, with a stellar cast of characters who are given sufficient time to cooperate and develop. Before, they set out on their task to punch an unfamiliar invasion to death.
10- X2: X-Men United (2003)
The second X-Men movies is the best film in the principle X-Men franchise because its laser focus on the oppression of its appeals, both evil and good.
11- X-Men: First Class (2011)
Sodden with focused and style on many charismas, X-Men: First Class re-established the whole X-Men franchise as a dominant force in the superhero cinema after the one-two hit of The Last Stand and X-Men Origins nearly knocked it out entirely.
12- Spider-Man (2002)
The Sam Raimi’s ordinal Spider-Man may look naïve and clunky presently, but it detentions the inner scuffle of its protagonist beautifully. Nowadays, Tobey Maguire is the right kind of nerdy as Peter Parker, a shy outsider.
13- Iron Man (2008)
The spot-on casting of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and a smart re-imagining of Iron Man’s ancestries, set alongside the backdrop of current conflicts in the Middle East. Made the first Iron Man film both really and engaging appropriate.
14- X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
Bryan singer transforms a extensive and complicated time travel saga into an involving appeal piece in X-Men: Days of Future Past, which directs Wolverine back in time from an apocalyptic future to reunify Professor X and Magneto in the 1970s, when they could not have reviled each other more.
15- Big Hero 6 (2014)
Big Hero 6 is the story of the boy mastermind whose brother dies and leave behind caring robot. It turns out, has the making of a superhero. A dynamic cast of characters, a lot of heart, and an unanticipated eagerness to sightsee the darker side of the grieving development make Big Hero 6.
16- Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
Spider-Man: Homecoming is a cheerful motion picture about a teenaged superhero annoying to grow up too fast and coming to rapports with his limitations.
17- Thor (2011)
In this movie, the fish out of water one-liners are cute; what with the Norse God of Thunder finding he stuck in the world of men. The best part of Thor movie is the nigh-Shakespearean power scuffles in Asgard.
18- The Wolverine (2013)
Wolverine’s past comes back to hang out him when he is drawn to Japan to receive an uncommon offer from an old friend. But his friend dies under enigmatic circumstances and Wolverine’s remedial factor starts to fail.
19- Doctor Strange (2016)
It is the best movie in the both worlds, a conventionally appealing superhero origin story but with strange imagery and action set pieces that no other superhero could give us.
20- The Incredible Hulk (2008)
The Incredible Hulk finally proves more dependably useful, as blockbuster acting. Imagine The Fugitive if Dr. Richard Kimble was also a King Kong and you are on the right track.
21- Blade II (2002)
Guillermo Del Toro upped the wager in Blade II, introducing a whole new contest of vampires that folders on other vampires, facing Blade to join forces with his old enemies to revenue down the new once.
22- Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2012)
It’s Taylor brought their exclusive blend of teenage energy to this Ghost Rider movie, giving viewers a sequel that doesn’t make intellect, but still interests like mad.
23- Ant-Man (2015)
At the time of this video, the team had been getting bigger and bigger. This kooky heist funniness was the perfect explanation to scale the authorization back down a bit.
24- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)
James Gunn offers his hasty, sidesplitting, 1970s rock-fueled Guardians of the Galaxy a chill pill for the second chapter. It is taking all the foolish characters we came to forcing and love them to sit down and reminisce about their feelings for most of the movie.
25- Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
The Avengers verifies that you really can have too much of a good thing. This movie is so overstuffed with cool stuff that it never looks to have time of deal with the penalties. Its main storyline – about insane robot intent of exterminating humanity has on the characters on the rest of the world.
26- Hulk (2003)
Hulk is an innovative and stunning design abounds in Ang Lee’s Hulk, a film which was a little too considerate to appease comic book fans hunted more destruction.
27- Blade (1998)
Blade is a first Marvel movie that people took seriously. It was a straight-up 1990s action page-turner that just ensued to have vampire in it.
28- Punisher (1989)
The Punisher puts Frank Castle in an unlikely situation and looks him murder his way out of it. At the starting of this film, he has debilitated the New York mob just sufficient for the Yokuza to swoop in and kidnap all the Mafioso’s kids.
29- Kick-Ass (2010)
A younger decides to become a superhero, even though they don’t happen and he doesn’t have any supremacy, just for the hell of it.
30- Spider-Man 3 (2007)
While everyone was complaining that there wasn’t enough Venom, the rest of them were watching spider-Man 3 for what it was.
31- Punisher: War Zone (2008)
Ray Stevenson was the best live-action movie we’d ever had, till Jon Bernthal came along. He is the utterly engaging occurrence in a seriously silly movie that bombed in its initial release but has since gained a loyal cult following.
32- X-Men (2000)
The X-Men movie of Bryan Singer works more as a proof-of-concept than a well-rounded feature film. It sets the stage for some far-fetched sequels by creating the ideas and the charms of the X-Men efficiently and believable.
33- Thor: The Dark World (2013)
The outcome to Thor motivations on the characters we already repair them. Thor, Jane and Loki, it is a corker, thrusting familiar heroes and villains into unexpected and fun situations.
34- Iron Man 2 (2010)
The Iron Man 2 someway muddles through its unsteady plot complete the sheer force of its personality. Tony Stark is on a downhill spiral, living large because his clock is indicating, resulting in a significant skirmish with War Machine.
35- The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989)
The Hulk barely matters in the second TV movie to the hit TV series, and believe it or not that is really a good thing. The Trial of the Incredible Hulk is a Daredevil movie first and notable.
36- Doctor Mordrid (1992)
Full Moon structures had the rights to Doctor Strange, but here they lost those privileges at the last minute. They just shot the movie anyway and reformed the hero’s name the Doctor Mordrid.
37- Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007)
The story of second Fantastic Four movie is still lumbered with all the material that didn’t do drudgery in the first season of this film – particularly the miscast Sue Storm, Reed Richards, and Victor Von Doom.
38- Elektra (2005)
Proficiently bent but devoid behavior, the Daredevil spin-off Elektra feels more like a generic Luc Besson movie than a proper Marvel superhero flick.
39- Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1998)
In the film, David Hasselhoff plays the character. Nick Fury comes out of seclusion to stop Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker’s girl from discharging a deadly disease in Manhattan.
40- The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
It is such a rushed and overstuffed movie that none of the supposedly big plot points moments can make an impact. The relationship of spider man with Harry Osborn is established over just two scenes before a poorly justified betrayal sets in motion.
41- X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
Charismatic villains and an atypical detective story structure make X-Men Origins a little bit awesome than most people remember, but Gavin Hood’s prelude gets so much incorrect that it is solid to focus on the minority of elements that it does right.
42- X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
It is film that took the newly retconned steadiness from X-Men: Days of Future past and completely suppressed. It is creating new plot fleabags so big you could fit a planet in them.
43- X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
The third X-Men movie is the nastiest and thanks to a rushed expansion process and skillful way from Brett Ratner which saps this threequel of implication and personality.
44- The Punisher (2004)
The nastiest Punisher movie is not only thoroughly wash, but it is not worth looking for either. The Thomas Jane plays Frank Castle role, whose whole family line gets smeared out after an undercover bite Accident results in the death of a Mafioso’s son.
45- The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
The fantastic characters of Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are both played the role as Gwen Stacy and Peter Parker, but otherwise, Marc Webb’s pointless remake seems dead set on misplaced the whole point of Spider-man.
46- The Incredible Hulk Returns (1988)
The 1st TV film follow-up to the Incredible Hulk series is a mighty Marvel team-up with Thor and played by the rambunctious Eric Allan Kramer. They spend half the movie bonding with David Banner’s dorky former student, Donald Blake.
47- Howard the Duck (1986)
Anybody who calls Howard the Duck is one of the worst movies ever made. It has not understood a lot of movies, but it is still entirely mysterious that George Lucas spent an unreasonable amount of money annoying to turn this joke appeal into a major blockbuster.
48- The Fantastic Four (1994)
The Fantastic Four is the first action movies produced by Roger Corman, has never been officially released. It is easy to see why: it is cheap as hell.
49- Red Sonja (1985)
The Conan the Barbarian Movies were based on the works of Robert E. Howard, but Red Sonja is a movie as we have come to know the character, as least.
50- Kick-Ass 2 (2013)
Jeffy Wadlow’s sequel to Kick-Ass much like as original coasts by on ferocious action, cast members, subversive humor who eager to go along with the crazy.