Please keep in mind that I'm poking fun here...out of love! I actually enjoy a number of these movies so with tongue planted firmly in cheek - here I go.
I assume that if you're reading this post then you are a fan of comic books. You probably also like to see your favorite four color heroes leaping onto the Big Screen. If so, then I'm sure you eagerly anticipated the Adventures of Character X
only to spend your hard earned shekels watching some barely recognizable mish-mash that completely fails to capture even a hint of the grandeur and majesty that your guy (or gal) deserves.
Then, to add insult to injury, no-talent hacks without even cursory knowledge of said character come crawling from their holes to bash the flick and comics in general. For every critical success there are 3 to 4 clunkers it seems.
But there are diamonds in the rough. Even the worst adaptation has it's bright spots however rare they may be. The following nine films are some of the most universally bad-mouthed but are by no means the only ones. I actually had to pare down the choices because 9 is the most you can list. Feel free to add your own Favorite Funnybook Film Flop! Catwoman
This dreck-fest's only saving grace is the costume "worn" by Halle Berry. Daredevil
It is worth being said that the Director's Cut of this movie is better than the theater release. But, Ben Affleck is still Daredevil in the Director's Cut. Batman & Robin
Bat-nipples, too many villains, Ah-nold, awkward moments between Bruce and Dick. Fantastic Four
Messed up the origin story, Reed is a dimwit, Doom grows metal skin, Jessica Alba would have been better cast as The Highly Visible Woman. Green Hornet
Wait a minute...Brit Reid is a bumbling, incompetent misogynist and Kato is the real hero? Oh, I get it! Role reversal. Green Lantern
Wow, too much too fast! Confusing and CGI heavy. Definitely not for the uninitiated. Superman III
Oh my gosh, I don't even know where to start with this one. The villain should have been Mr. Mxyzptlk! The Phantom
Billy Zane in head to toe purple spandex. What else is there to say. The Spirit
Not even worthy of a Samuel L. Jackson F-Bomb.
Have at it!