Every DC Comics Theatrical Movie, Ranked From Worst To Best

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The film legacy of DC Comics should never be understated, even as the maturing superhero genre continues to follow more diverse paths of success through comic book characters beyond DC's iconic catalogue.

But not all DC movies are created equal, and there's merit to reflecting on how these films measure up against one another as the DCEU approaches its fourth movie in the form of a solo Wonder Woman (and the crowd said, finally). This list attempts to do just that by holding every DC movie released in theaters to a consistent set of worthwhile standards, including the quality of the film itself, the onscreen performances, cultural relevance (both within and outside of box office considerations), overall impact, contributions to the genre at large, and originality.

Put more simply, a movie on this list won't trump  another on ticket sales, alone (or at all). But perhaps you'll find an experimental DC film getting the leg up over another that is slightly more formulaic and unremarkable, despite being remembered fondly.

For obvious reasons, it's perfectly alright to disagree with this list, but keep in mind that expecting it to coincide with your personal opinions and observations will only leave you disappointed. That said, be sure to offer your own arguments and lists in the comments for others to weigh their opinions against, because...well, why not?

Let's start with the worst of the DC films (not an easy task), which is:

#33 Supergirl

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In 1984, this spin-off of the successful Superman movies was a massive failure in every way imaginable. Audiences rejected it out of hand for its incompetent storytelling, dialogue, and cheap-at-best effects. Worse, it squandered the potential of a much-needed superheroine film, souring any chance of getting another one for too long a time.

#32 Jonah Hex

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Even the worst films are at least somewhat watchable, but Jonah Hex is as far away from that standard as you can get. Its troubles mostly consist of a rushed script, incoherent character motivations, and the apparent decision to make this film without any real oversight or revisions. On the bright side, though, the character wasn't squashed forever thanks to DC's Legends of Tomorrow series.

#31 Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

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At this point in the list, we're just looking at movies that are laughably bad enough to poke fun at. In this case, it's somewhat depressing to hate-watch Quest for Peace, possibly the worst-case scenario for Christopher Reeve's final movie as Superman and an utter catastrophe case study in how visual effects can actually get remarkably worse despite the movie releasing nearly a decade later after the original.

#30 Catwoman

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The biggest offense when it comes to Catwoman (aside from the obvious) is the clear lack of appreciation for the source material. It eschews every fundamental trait of what makes the villain/anti-heroine so endearing in exchange for lame cat puns, gaudy outfits, and lame cat puns (seriously, this warrants being repeated).

#29 Steel 

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This other 1997 travesty is what happens when superhero movies are brazen about their true purpose: merchandising. Steel was likely made to be bad on purpose, worrying only about how many Shaq fans could be duped into wasting their time on a superhero film that makes TV-movies look like Oscar contenders.

#28 The Losers

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It's a shame The Losers forgets why its characters call themselves losers in the first place: to honor the fallen heroes (or the real ones) they've been forced to replace. For that reason and also the disappointing performances from a fantastic cast, this boring and brainless adaptation is nowhere near as good as it could or should have been.

#27 Batman & Robin

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For some, this Joel Schumacher abomination of the legend himself falls within "So bad, it's good territory," but even that mild praise is muted by the amount of sheer damage Batman & Robin did to superhero movies in general, let alone Batman. Going further, you can even make a decent case for not moaning this movie's existence thanks to how it essentially brought about Batman Begins almost a decade later.

#26 The Return of Swamp Thing

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One of the critical sins of this painful sequel is how outwardly it chews on the decent energy and imagery of its predecessor, constantly worrying viewers that the innocent fun they had watching Swamp Thing might have been a fluke. Fortunately, most people acknowledge the obvious, which is that this unfunny, poorly made 80s flick isn't bad enough to make Swamp Thing worse.

#25 Superman III

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The saddest thing about this third entry in the Superman movies is that most people didn't see this train wreck coming. It's also one of the weirdest films on this list, believe it or not, in how it thoroughly trades the spectacle and wonder of the first two films in favor of tonally distant comedy and silliness that is a little too faithful to how the comics for Superman were much the same.

#24 Green Lantern

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There are plenty of essential problems to pick apart with Green Lantern (the basic CGI work, for starters), but one important thing to point out is how hollow a film can truly come across to just about everyone when its very existence is so obviously forced out of a desire to capitalize on a genre, not out of a passion for the intriguing characters and fascinating lore.

#23 Batman Forever

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It's tempting to give Forever more slack for essentially preluding its even worse sequel, but at the very least, it contained some intertextual delights involving the live-action depiction of a modern Robin and other mildly enjoyable moments with the supporting cast (well, some of them). If only Schumacher and his team could have wrapped some of these highlights in a decent script or visual sense.

#22 Batman: The Killing Joke

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There's adapting pages to screen and then there's The Killing Joke, which offers nothing extra or significant to the iconic book except to include wildly inappropriate fan-fiction concerning Batgirl in an uninteresting subplot that inexplicably takes up half of the film. And even once the story gets around to bringing out the Joker, we're still left with a stiff, jittery animation style that distracts from the joy of hearing the legendary voice actors do their thing.

#21 Red 2

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Overall, this sequel to the adaptation of Warren Ellis's comic series featuring retired CIA operatives isn't bad by any means. The characters are still good in their own right, and the one-note premise of the original is carried over to decent effect. But the sequel is almost too reminiscent, even with some refinement, making Red 2 feel more like a boring retread than anything else.

#20 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

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Billed as an event movie before it even seemed to earn that right, Dawn of Justice mashes some viscerally interesting moments of spectacle with an incoherent narrative that managed to divide moviegoers on some of the most passionate sticking points they could latch onto. Credit where it's due, not very many superhero movies are able to elicit such a positive (or negative) reaction out of so many people.

*Note: We're only including theatrical releases for the purposes of this list for the sake of keeping it simple, so Ultimate Edition has no sway on this ranking. Though even if it did, the points it would gain from better explanation of perceived plot holes would likely get canceled out by an overlong runtime and existing issues within the film's latter half.

#19 Swamp Thing

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Wes Craven's slow burn of a science fiction horror movie is a true testament to how time can alter the perception of a movie. Probably made long before it would have been more widely appreciated, Swamp Thing is one of the ultimate DC movie guilty pleasures and worth giving a second look if you think DC should revisit the monster movie genre.

#18 Batman (1966)

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For its time, Adam West's live-action adventure into unrestrained campiness was a delight, but it's no secret that the character has evolved past some of these trite characterizations with more original and engaging imaginings of the iconic hero. It's worth checking out as an interesting moment-in-time piece, but it hardly stands out as one of the better DC films.

#17 Red

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True, Red never really extends itself outside of the pure joy gained from seeing seasoned actors perform ruthlessly violent acts as retired CIA operatives. If anything, the movie's biggest annoyance is how overly competent the core cast is in their roles, to the point where it's pretty obvious they're going to steamroll every villain in sight.

#16 Constantine

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Constantine is truly a mixed bag, mainly because it makes only one unforgivable mistake: casting Keanu Reeves. But the totality of the film (aside from Reeve's wooden performance so far removed from the comic counterpart it borders on parody) is actually a thrill to watch and immensely satisfying in spite of the lead performance. That alone is quite the feat.

#15 Man of Steel

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Zack Snyder's opening DCEU act is an aggressively average film, building most of its merits upon an intriguing first half with beautiful production value and consistent visual imagery...only to be undercut by a bombastic second half that forgets all filmmaking rules of pacing, restraint, and actual character work.

#14 V for Vendetta

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David Lloyd and Alan Moore's graphic novel-turned-Wachowski movie falls in the intriguing realm of crowd pleasers, as it is mostly loved for what it's about more than the nuts and bolts of the actual film, which include a subdued Natalie Portman performance against Hugo Weaving's quiet charm. Its sincerity in the message, though, is why Vendetta firmly holds a captivating power over its fans.

#13 Suicide Squad

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It's no improvement over Batman v Superman's editing and postproduction woes, but at least Suicide Squad gives its reigning characters something entertaining to do. Granted, this mostly consists of an appealing Will Smith as Deadshot and an unforgettable Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn having a good bit of fun as they blaze through a middling action movie.

#12 Watchmen

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The graphic novel helped define a more interesting world shaped by the dark effects of costumed heroes, and the adaptation under Snyder's hand did its darnedest to properly translate that message to an even larger audience (over the years, at least). Not every beat of Watchmen works as well as it needs to, but its faithfulness to the characters and deft work paying off its source material is highly commendable and beautiful to watch.

#11 Superman Returns

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At times, Returns is frustrating in Bryan Singer's unwillingness to push the character past its late 70s roots, but the film works overall for being so obviously different from the superhero films of the mid-2000s, and even the ones today. It took some interesting talent to ground Superman in such an old-fashioned atmosphere without any irony, even if it was just a bit too familiar.

#10 The Dark Knight Rises

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By design, this final entry in Nolan's Batman trilogy feels less like a standalone than its predecessors, but for good reason. While somewhat long and cluttered, the movie is ultimately satisfying in how it ties up Nolan's visionary loose ends in a wonderfully absorbing package. It's just a shame the movie doubles down on some of the unfortunate errors of the last two films.

#9 Batman (1989)

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Tim Burton's first attempt to bring a more contemporary Batman to the big screen was actually criticized during its time for being too dark, something today's fans certainly take for granted. To be fair, a better criticism is that the film typically prioritizes its style over any real substance pertaining to the plot, as well as Nicholson's Joker over the somewhat less intriguing Bruce Wayne, despite Keaton's revelatory take on the role that was done far better in the sequel.

#8 A History of Violence 

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John Wagner's graphic novel through DC imprints Paradox Press and Vertigo might seem somewhat out of place for a list like this. It's a well-made crime thriller praised for its well-realized characters, especially Viggo Mortensen's performance as Tom Stall. But what actually makes it a movie so believably inclusive of the DC brand power is its focus on how small events can have massive consequences, and its deceptively pulpy story is a looker as well.

#7 Batman Returns

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What makes Batman Returns such a clear transcendence of the 1989 original comes down to a few key words: Catwoman, atmosphere, and imagination. Virtually everything of value in Batman literally returns, but through a better executed script that does well to supplant Michael Keaton as one of the definitive versions of Batman.

#6 Road to Perdition

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Max Collins' 1998 graphic novel came to incredible life in Sam Mendes' Road to Perdition, starring Tom Hanks and Daniel Craig. The mobster revenge film is a marvelous experience quite on its own, but t's also elevated by the type of focused drama frequently utilized by DC writers. Specifically, this is a father and son movie, through and through, but paired with the provocative and engrossing implications of violent vengeance.

#5 Superman II

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Often, superhero sequels are adept at surpassing their predecessors due to the studios allowing for more creative freedom after a successful "first effort." In the case of Superman II, that's mostly still true, but the film can't help but feel more like a continuation than a refinement of what already worked in the classic Richard Donner tale. Of course, that's certainly not to speak ill of what is still one of the most important superhero sequels of all time.

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  • AlienCowboyNinjaCop

    Interesting to include 2 animated movies on this list, but leave off several other really good ones, including Justice League War and Under the Red Hood. Also I’m curious what “mistakes of the past two movies” Nolan doubled-down on in TDKR. Overall it’s a great list!

    • Jon Negroni

      That’s because Mask of the Phantasm and Killing Joke were both released in theaters, which is the criteria for this particular list. Though it would be fun to do another one in the future that ranks the top 20, including those movies.

      As for Nolan’s TDKR mistakes, I’m talking mostly about gaps in both narrative in logic. While watching the movie, it’s usually not noticeable, but the more you think about the flow of these movies, the more annoying it is to catch various plot holes and inconsistencies. And it turns out that TDKR is the worst offender of this, especially in regards to how the plot is structured (Batman is not Batman, becomes Batman, stops again, rinse repeat).

      • AlienCowboyNinjaCop

        Ah I didn’t think of the theatrical release! And yeah I definitely agree with the weird narrative gaps in TDKR. You can see them a bit in TDK and they’re covered up well by the non-linear script in Begins. Loved the article!

  • Marquis de Sade

    Batman and Robin + Catwoman are the best adaptations of dc’s treasure trove of boring superheroes. TDK is by far the most overrated and coma-inducing with bvs and mos runnin’ a close 2 way tie.

    (quickly flee this thread to avoid the slings n’ arrows of the dceu fangurls wrath.)

    • AlienCowboyNinjaCop

      I mean, I’m kind of with you on the DCEU, but your anti-TDK statement is baffling.

      • Marquis de Sade

        Real talk, I liked TDK…It’s only flaw was Batman’s fighting scenes. He was trained by the League of Shadows, and fought like a drunken sailor in a bar room brawl. It was an inexcusable contradiction…Now the dceu offerings are CRAP!

        • Napi

          Decide then Stupid of Sade! You loved it or you hated it! hahaha

        • Matias Gagliardone

          I agree, TDK is probably my favorite but I always thought Batman should fight WAY better, he was too slow. But the Joker was just perfect whenever I thik of the Joker I think of Heath Ledger and TDK

          • -ve

            are fight scenes that important? to me, it’s the tension that counts. everybody knew Batman will beat Superman, everybody knew Superman will die in Doomsday’s hand. transformers have some good action scenes, don’t redeem the movies though.if Batman was real, that’s how he’d have to fight, wearing that much armor, remember the very first fight scene in Batman begins with him wearing suit? I could barely see him, but that gave me a pretty good idea, how Batman operated.

    • I’m the real Flash

      again, you prove to be the most idiotic troll. go run in traffic moron.

  • Sallazar

    1 – Superman (1978)
    2 – MoS
    3 – Superman II
    4 – TDK
    5 – BvS

    • Captain Obvious

      Man of Steel and Superman II above The Dark Knight? Pure chaos.

      • AlienCowboyNinjaCop

        Thanks Captain Obvious

  • Daniel

    My Ranking (of the ones that I’ve seen)

    1. Batman v Superman
    2. Man of Steel
    3. Batman Returns
    4. The Dark Knight Rises
    5. The Dark Knight
    6. Superman Returns
    7. Batman Begins
    8. Batman (1989)
    9. Superman
    10. Superman II
    11. Watchmen
    12. Superman III
    13. Batman (1966)
    14. Green Lantern
    15. Supergirl
    16. Batman Forever
    17. Batman and Robin
    18. Superman IV
    19. Suicide Squad

    • Maximillian Pegasus

      SS below Batman and Robin? Superman Returns above Batman Begins?
      also, Watchmen is kind of low on your list.

    • Daniel

      UPDATE: I’d add Wonder Woman after Superman Returns but before Batman Begins. Pretty terrific film.

  • 12stepCornelius

    You gotta give it to Superman battling Nuclear Man on the moon though. That was like, my favorite fight scene of all time as a little kid lol.

  • 12stepCornelius

    My Top 5

    1. Man of Steel
    2. BvS
    3. The Dark Knight
    4. Batman (1989)
    5. Suicide Squad

    • Phouney Sly

      You are sniffing glue man, where is Wonder Woman in that list? WW is at least in the top five.

  • batghost

    Not bad. Mostly agree. Although I think Man of Steel should be a little closer to the top. (I probably like that movie more than the DC fanatics) Also, props for remembering Road to Perdition. That movie is great.

  • Rob

    Here is my top 10:

    1. The Dark Knight
    2. Batman (89)
    3. Superman II
    4. Road to Perdition
    5. Batman Returns
    6. History of Violence
    7. Mask of the Phantasm
    8. Superman: The Movie
    9. V for Vendetta
    10. Batman (the Adam West version. Sorry it is really schlock, but that movie was always an event for me when it came on TV as a child)

    • Jon Negroni

      No worries. I’m just glad other people appreciate Mask of the Phantasm as much as me.

      • Rob

        Yeah, I love almost all the animated Batman movies. Don’t like Superman: The Movie nearly as much as you though. I think it is a top 10 DC movie, but I found it a little boring and is definitely dated.

    • razorstar90

      So far this is the best list from the comment section. A

    • Rob

      I forgot Batman Begins. I would put at #9 and push everything else down.

  • MJH

    34 pages?! Fuuuuuck You.

    • Captain Obvious

      It’s literally a slider.

  • Captain Obvious

    Only thing I would change is Batman & Robin being one above The Losers. Both movies suck, but Batman & Robin was bad in a harmful way.

  • chris

    this list is TERRIBLE!!!! 1978 superman… i get it, its got nostalgia, its filled with hope etc… but its a BAD MOVIE. I marathoned all DC live action movies last month and this list is completely messed up.

    1. The Dark Knight
    2. Batman Begins
    3. V for Vendetta
    4. Watchmen
    5. The Dark Knight Rises
    6. Man of Steel
    7. Batman v Superman (Ultimate Edition)
    8. Suicide Squad
    9. Constantine
    10. Batman
    11. Batman Returns
    12. The Losers
    13. Superman Returns
    14. Superman
    15. Superman 2
    16. 1966 Batman
    17. Green Lantern
    18. Superman 3
    19. Jonah Hex
    20. Swamp Thing
    21. Steel
    22. Supergirl
    23. Superman 4
    24. Batman Forever
    25. Batman and Robin
    26. The Return of Swamp Thing
    27. Catwoman

    • Captain Obvious

      lol a list isn’t “terrible” just because you disagree with it.

    • mr nobody

      agreed, SS is not better than V for vendetta. that’s insande

    • hocash

      You have the Zack Snyder movies insanely high. They are awful movies. Suicide Squad over the original Superman tells you all you need to know about how bad this list is.

    • I see stupid people

      You have MOS and BMvSM in your top 10? My gawd….

      • -ve

        I could live with Watchmen in those two’s place instead.

    • Phouney Sly

      @chris – You may not like 1978 Superman but it is the precursor to the modern super hero movie. In it’s day, the production value and special effects were considered atypical for the genre. This movies won an Oscar or two if I recall correctly. Lastly, keep in mind that the blend of comedy and drama that is the standard formula in pretty much all MCU films was started here with 1978 Supes. Just sayin’

  • mr nobody

    Suicide Squad above V for Vendetta is ridiculous.

    • -ve

      amen brother.

  • Carl

    Pretty good list but Suicide Squad should be below BvS and Green Lantern should be above them. lol

    • Jon Negroni

      Interesting take. For me, the only one of those three movies I’d watch on a rainy day (and they’re the only choices) is Suicide Squad.

      • Carl

        I’m up for re-watching GL now, haven’t seen it in awhile. I’ll never watch BvS or SS again.

        • Napi

          Prefering GL 2011 over BvS? You are retarded or something… no! wait! you are a MCU fan! *voice at the background* “what’s the difference?” hahahaha

          • Carl

            Well, there goes all your credibility.

          • Napi

            Credibility?? What are you talking about MCU/retard man?

          • Carl

            There you go again. Throwing around base insults like a child.

          • Napi

            NO Carl, there’s a difference between insults and reality, sorry if reality is insulting for you.

          • Matias Gagliardone

            It’s not a reality, being a MCU fan doesn’t make you retarded. I am a MCU fan and a DCEU fan, I don’t really understand why you have to like just one of the two

          • Maximillian Pegasus

            He likes them funny, it doesn’t matter if it’s bad.

          • Carl

            I like movies that have a plot and try to make their characters interesting. GL wasn’t a good movie but I enjoyed parts of it. I found it to be a big missed opportunity. Keeping the main plot on Earth was a bad choice. That training scene on Oa was great and showed the real potential of a GL movie. BvS and SS are just boring, lack direction and fail to do anything of real interest with their characters. They are nearly un-watchable.

            Make bad jokes and false implications all you want but I love the Nolan Batman movies. GL was reviewed just as poorly as BvS and SS so humor had nothing to do with it. SS tried to be funny after BvS was serious to a fault but it failed at that too.

          • Matias Gagliardone

            I agree BvS is way better than Green Lantern but there is really not need to insult someone for liking it and there is definitely no need to hate the MCU for that

          • LupeX

            He’s a hater, he knows SS isnt the film that either MoS or BvS is. it’s hate campaign strategy

  • Jay Kelley

    This list is terrible.

  • Thanostic

    Wow…that’s a lot of not-very-good movies. Here’s my list:
    1. The Dark Knight
    2. Dark Knight Rises
    3. Man of Steel
    4. Batman Begins
    5. Suicide Squad
    6. Batman v Superman
    7. Superman II
    8. Superman
    9. Watchmen
    10. V for Vendetta
    Pass on the rest.

  • Joe Valente

    Is this list a troll list or?

  • Jo Hunter

    Here’s my list, based on my level of enjoyment (because that’s what seeing movies is all about). That said, anything 20 and below is based on the pain I felt seeing it.
    1. The Dark Knight
    2. Batman v Superman UE
    3. Batman Begins
    4. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
    5. Man of Steel
    6. The Dark Knight Rises
    7. Batman 1989
    8. Superman II
    9. Suicide Squad
    10. Superman the Movie
    11. Batman: The Killing Joke
    12. Red 2
    13. Batman Returns
    14. Watchmen
    15, Superman Returns
    16. The Losers
    17. Superman III
    18, Batman Forever
    19. Green Lantern
    20. Batman & Robin
    21. Supergirl
    22. Superman IV
    23. Steel
    24. Return of Swamp Thing
    25. Catwoman

  • Manu Fields

    NO WAY Superman Returns above Watchmen and V for Vendetta. This is crap.

  • LupeX

    Not sure to make of your list apart from … opinions I guess. I tend not to lionize history. Superman and Superman II are legacy films but not without their problems, they dont hold up very well. To place BvS as the #20 film on this list is an “interesting” choice to say the least. Maybe you’ll join us in the 21Century sometime soon lol
    My list of those I care to even rank goes:
    15. Batman Forever 14. Perdition, 13. The Losers, 12 A History of, 11. Rises, 10.Batman 89, 9.Skwad, 8.V, 7.Superman II, 6.Superman, 5.Begins, 4.WATCHMEN, 3.Man of Steel, 2.Batman V Superman, 1.TDK

  • JEB

    This list is completely Fu*ked

  • 12stepCornelius

    God this list is based af. SS and Swamp Thing better than MoS? LMAO. And of course, TDK gets #1. But I guess that’s just your opinions.

  • kd_drunkenmaster

    Agree with the top 5, but not in that order.
    1. Batman Begins (Yeah)
    2. The Dark Knight
    3. Wonder Woman
    4. Superman
    5. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

  • 12stepCornelius

    UPDATED list:

    1. Man of Steel
    2. Batman v Superman UE
    3. Wonder Woman
    4. Batman Begins
    5. Watchmen
    6. The Dark Knight
    7. The Dark Knight Rises
    8. Batman 1989
    9. Batman Returns
    10. Superman: The Movie

    And those are just live action and more along the lines of more recognizable comic book adaptations, unlike History of Violence (which was crazy good) but I hadn’t found out that was a comic book first until just recently.

  • Jamface

    I thought The Losers was really good. Sad there was no sequel.

  • Ana Johnson

    where is BvS?

  • I see stupid people

    I’m sorry, I tried to take this listing seriously, I really did.

  • Daniel Weiss

    Wait, why are there only a couple of animated movies? These had to be theatrical releases, and The Killing Joke gets in because it had a night event showing right?

    It’s a shame, because I’d put most of the direct-to-video movies at the top of any DC movie list. Wonder Woman (2009) probably tops everything for me.

  • Maxi Iroh

    1- TDK
    2- Batman Begins
    3- MoS
    4- Watchmen
    5- BvS UE
    6- V for Vendetta
    7- Wonder Woman ————– edit ———-
    8- Batman Returns
    9- Constantine
    10- TDK Rises
    11- Batman
    12- Superman
    13- Superman II
    14- Red
    115- Superman Returns
    116- Suicide Squad
    117- Batman Forever
    118- Green Lantern
    119- Batman & Robin
    120- Catwoman

  • DarkoCool

    This list is an inside joke among your staff right. I don’t usually post negative comments plus I knew I would disagree with some of this list but surely you guys can’t be serious.

  • Hans

    10. Batman (1989)
    9. BvS Ultimate Edition
    8. Man of Steel
    7. V for Vendetta
    6. Batman Returns
    5. Wonder Woman
    4. Superman The Movie
    3. Batman Begins
    2. Watchmen
    1. The Dark Knight

  • I liked WW but feel that the praise it gets is way too high. To be honest it just never clicked enough for me to watch it again. I saw TDK 8 times in theaters as it was such a powerful and layered film (all 3 of TDK films have layered messages in them) but WW just felt like a retread of Donner’s Superman IMO.

    I know I’m in the minority here but I’d rather see a Zack Snyder DCEU film than any Marvel films (at this point – loved Ph. 1 films). He just really brings something unique and different than what we keep getting w all of the MCU films (light, poppy w no real stakes involved).

    • Scott Whalen

      I also can’t understand the love appeal of Wonder Woman. I liked the movie and it had great moments. But, it’s not #2 worthy on this list.

  • Maxi Iroh

    SS better than JL, MoS, BvS, V for Vendetta and a whole lot more?
    SS should be around Green Lantern’s rank.

    Superman Returns at #11??? Wonder Woman at #2, above Begins and Superman?

    who made this list??

  • I can pretty much guarantee that everyone’s list is going to differ pretty radically.

  • Matias Gagliardone

    I saw Suicide Squad so high and I just stopped with this list

  • Pedro Fortunato

    V for Vendeta should be top 5 and Wonder Woman is way overrated (could be top ten, but not second place).

  • Pablo Alberto Escalante

    what ? wonder woman 2 ? are you insane ? above superman the movie ???