21. Batman & Robin (1997)
Rotten Tomatoes: 10%
Batman and his assistant Robin must deal with Mr. Freeze, a talented doctor, because he loves his wife so much, he wants to take revenge on Gotham City, turning the place that indirectly caused his wife’s death to be forever submerged in ice. In addition, he also has the help of Poison Changchun, a DNA-modified plant man who wants to preserve the world for all plants. At the same time, Alfred, Batman’s loyal butler suffers from a serious illness that only Mr. New Freeze cure. The incident drew her granddaughter Barbara Wilson into action and became a Batgirl to assist Batman and Robin to stop Mr Freeze’s plot and save Alfred.
With content that looked appealing but Batman & Robin had only a modest record at the box office, earning $238.2 million worldwide against a $125 million production budget, the film was a disappointment. critical failure and is often considered one of the worst films of all time.
22. Green Lantern (2011)
Rotten Tomatoes: 26%
Green Lantern tells the story of Abin Sur, a purple-skinned warrior of the same name who is fighting a mysterious and defeated enemy. He immediately decided to use the lifeboat to fly to Earth. Here, his ring of power has chosen the young pilot Hal Jordan to be the successor of the Green Lantern. After reading the oath of a Green Lantern in this good movie, Hal was given the ring’s boundless power by the ring. and sent directly to planet Oa – the headquarters of the Green Lanterns throughout the galaxy. Here, a large meeting of Green Lanterns from all directions was taking place.
Green Lantern was released on June 17, 2011 and received mostly negative reviews; most criticized the film for its script, inconsistent tone, choice and depiction of villains, and use of CGI. Not only that, the film’s box office revenue was only 219 million USD, while the production budget was 200 million USD. That’s why Warner Bros. canceled plans to release a sequel.
23. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)
Rotten Tomatoes: 12%
A group of terrorists capture Lois Lane and threaten to blow up Paris with a nuclear missile warhead. Supermsn saved Lois Lane and threw the rocket head into space, but unexpectedly, the space explosion awakened Zod, Ursa and Non, 3 exiled criminals of Superman’s home planet. These 3 villains decided to attack the Earth.
Superman IV was both a flop in terms of revenue and popularity. Many critics have criticized the film’s rather “cheap” special effects, inconsistencies, lack of originality, and flaws in the film’s script. Critics have included Superman IV in their category of the worst movies ever made.
24. Supergirl (1984)
Rotten Tomatoes: 7%
Supergirl is a 1984 British superhero film directed by Jeannot Szwarc and written by David Odell. The film stars actress Helen Slater as Supergirl, alongside Faye Dunaway, Mia Farrow and Peter O’Toole, and Marc McClure reprising his role as Jimmy Olsen in Superman. Supergirl is the first superhero movie where the lead role belongs to a woman.
The film was released in the UK on 19 July 1984, but failed to impress critics and audiences. Dunaway and O’Toole earned Golden Raspberry Award nominations for worst actor-actress. However, the female lead Helen Slater was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Actress. The film’s failure eventually led the Salkinds to sell the rights to Superman to Cannon Films in 1986.
25. Catwoman (2004)
Rotten Tomatoes: 9%
Catwoman tells the story of Patience who is a fashion designer for a cosmetics company. One night, she had to submit the design herself or she would be fired. Unwittingly she hears a terrible thing that a new product is about to hit the market, a skin cream advertised as immortal with her dreamlike exclusive model is a drug that destroys beauty. beauty and women’s health. Patience was discovered by security that she was eavesdropping and they gave chase. When they discovered her in the exhaust pipe with waste, they opened the discharge door to destroy her to seal the clue. Before Patience could regain consciousness, she was drowned in a mass of dirty and toxic water.
Catwoman has received seven Golden Raspberry nominations and won in the categories of worst, worst actress, worst director, and worst screenplay. Many consider it one of the worst movies of all time. The film grossed $82 million while the production budget was $100 million.
26. Jonah Hex (2010)
Rotten Tomatoes: 12%
Jonah Hex is about a fearsome bounty hunter who, during Grant’s presidency, was an unrepentant bounty hunter. During the Civil War, he was a rebel whose honor brought him to the touch of a Confederate general, Quentin Turnbull, who killed Jonah’s family as Jonah watched. As a result of the ordeal, Jonah’s face is being disfigured and is able to talk to the dead. After staging his own death, Turnbull, with a group of active party members rebelling, devised a plan to bring the Union to its knees. Grant wants Hex to stop it. While the nations readies to celebrate Independence Day, Hex and an ally don’t have time to stop Turnbull and weapons of mass destruction.
The film was released on June 18, 2010, however was a commercial failure. It only grossed $10 million on a $47 million budget, and also received a negative response from the audience.
27. Swamp Thing (1982)
Rotten Tomatoes: 65%
Swamp Thing is a 1982 superhero film written by Wes Craven and based on the character DC Comics with the same name created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson. It tells the story of scientist Alec Holland (Ray Wise), who transforms into the monster Swamp Thing (Dick Durock) through a laboratory sabotage controlled by the evil Anton Arcane (Louis Jourdan). He then helps a woman named Alice Cable (Adrienne Barbeau) fight the evil Arcane. The film received praise and positive reviews from critics and audiences alike.
28. Steel (1997)
Rotten Tomatoes: 12%
The movie Steel is always on the list of the worst superhero movies in particular and the worst movies in general. What makes Steel so tragic is not only that Shaquille O’Neil plays the hero so badly, but also because the film’s script has nothing to do with the original. Costumes are not carefully invested, do not create an effective image for the character. The details in the film are absurd, lack of reality, the way to express and solve the plots and tricks has not satisfied the viewers.
Steel was released in the US on August 15, 1997. However, the production budget was estimated at $16 million, but the film grossed just over $1.7 million at the box office. Steel also received negative reviews from film critics.
29. Batman The Movie (1966)
Rotten Tomatoes: 80%
Batman (often billed as Batman: The Movie) is a 1966 American superhero film based on the television series Batman, and the first adaptation of the character Batman. DC Comics titled Batman. Released by 20th Century Fox, the film stars Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin. Batman premiered at the Paramount Theater in Austin, Texas on July 30, 1966 (between the first and second seasons of the television series); it did quite well at the box office. The film has received rave reviews over the years. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an 80% rating based on 30 reviews, with an average rating of 6.2/10.
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