5 Superhero Movies That Shouldn’t Have Been Made

Who says Superhero movies are always fun to watch and are a treat to our eyes? Well, they can be irritating too. Take a look at these 5 Worst Superhero Movies. You might have a different list, but I am sure you will agree to the list of movies mentioned here.

 1) The Green Hornet


Year : 2011

Possibly there’s only something about green-toned superheroes that feels silly instead of riveting – spare the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, obviously. Be that as it may, on the other hand, it’s difficult to envision a 3D superhero activity/comic drama blending executive Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and performing artist Seth Rogan working in any shading. At the season of its showy discharge, Peter Travers watched that the film’s “conflicting tones and dissolving rationale” neglected to hang together. It’s not ordinary you see loafer stoner brothers changed into covered vigilantes, so here’s to incorporation.

2) Daredevil



Year: 2003

A self-portrayed low purpose of Ben Affleck’s storied profession, the Oscar-winning executive plays a visually impaired legal advisor by day and conceal vigilante by night in a film in light of Marvel’s main comic. In ’03, Peter Travers described the story as “profoundly, depressingly normal,” yet on the brilliant side, Affleck met co-star Jennifer Garner and go ahead to end up Hollywood’s best father. Fox was not able to get a continuation up in time, and as of April 2013, the rights returned to Marvel.

3) Hulk


Year: 2003

Featuring Eric Bana as Bay Area brainiac Bruce Banner, this grumpy, powerful story of unstable green fierceness depends on the Marvel activity legend. While the film was helmed by Ang Lee, it’s no Brokeback Mountain or Life of Pi: Bloggers reprimanded the CGI-ed Hulk for looking excessively CGI, and Peter Travers composed that the exhausted story “blasts at the creases.” Nick Nolte, the solitary splendid spot, shows up as Bruce Banner’s dad, yet in a pointless subplot.

4) X-Men Origins: Wolverine


Year: 2009

On the off chance that, in the same way as other X-Men fans, you’ve generally pondered where Wolverine got those paws and lamb slashes, this tentpole featuring Hugh Jackman and Liev Schreiber needs to let you know. Sadly, the confounding plot was lost underneath bewildering enhancements and pointless characters. A 2013 development, The Wolverine, coordinated by James Mangold (Walk the Line), is set to get at the mutant’s milder side.7

5) Elektra

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Year: 2005

A turn off of 2003’s as of now risky Daredevil, this story fixates on Marvel’s Elektra Natchios (Jennifer Garner), a professional killer for contract furnished in de rigueur obsession outfit. The story may be moderate, the exchange weak, yet Natchios is the main superhero to abandon you longing for queso. In spite of the late Daredevil advancements, twentieth Century Fox holds the rights to Elektra.

Misha Mehta

Misha has a passion for traveling and dancing. She is a movie buff and enjoys eating, shopping, reading (only SELECTIVE reading) and a bit of writing too. Professor by profession, she never forgets to carry one thing to work or wherever she goes…and that’s her smile..
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