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Best Comic Book Movies Of All Time!

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Comic-book type has become quickly and it matches all others as far as film industry records and positive gathering. Comic book movies do a decent business. The best part is that comic book movies are for all ages. 

Yet, which is the best comic-book film ever? What are the best funnies to-screen adjustments ever? We did an examination, assembled the 10 best comic book movies in light of their ubiquity, basic gathering, narrating and defense of the comic book characters. These comic adjustments go from youngsters' amicable amusement silver screen, to immaculate grown-up interesting film.

So now let’s take a look at the Best Comic Book Movies Of All Time!

1. The Dark Knight (2008)

This is without a doubt the best superhero film ever. The Dark Knight got eight Academy Award assignments, the main superhero film to have won two Oscars. This film is much more profound and clever, it pulls the viewer in with an examination of Bruce Wayne's pysche and situation about whether he's accomplishing more damage than great as Batman. How the honest Harvey Dent dives into the obscurity. Heath Ledger's execution of a maniacal Joker makes this film extraordinary.

2. The Avengers (2012)

The film depends on the ever-well known Marvel comic book arrangement "The Avengers," initially distributed in 1963. Mightiest saints of earth meet up and battle as a group against the underhanded Loki and his outsider armed force. This motion picture has everything that you adore about superhero funnies. It has a detestable lowlife, overcome saints, activity, funniness and a narrating that will keep you on the edge of your seats.

3. Iron Man (2008)

Robert Downey Jr. was destined to play Tony Stark. After Robert Downey's execution, it's currently by outlandish envisioning another person playing that character. He breathed life into Tony Stark with Marvel's "Iron Man" in 2008, he precisely depicted the character with the mark engage, mind, insight, that the fans anticipated that would find in the film. It was Iron Man which kick-began the MCU.

4. Watchmen (2009)

Watchmen is the only graphic novel to make Time’s 100 Best Novels list. And the film is a very faithful adaptation of the novel, it is definitely one of the most most underrated comic book films of all time. Watchmen takes place in an alternate world reality where the superheroes are a part of everyday society, their presence changed the history of America. The film takes on the psyche of superheroes with depth and realism. How sometimes even the superheroes need to be saved.

5. Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Bravery and give up, that is the thing that each superhero motion picture is about. Being a saint is not as simple as it sounds, everybody wishes superpowers, yet what might you do once you have it? Like Uncle Ben said, with extraordinary power, comes incredible duty. The obligations of Spider-Man has taken a strain on Peter Parker, he is exhausted, to the point where he incidentally loses his forces, and after that he understands that individuals require him and recaptures the personality of Spider-Man. 

6. Sin City (2005)

In view of the Frank Miller novel of a similar name, Sin City recounts the account of various individuals, how they are gotten up to speed in a fierce defilement, and their ways cross. This isn't only an adjustment of a comic book, it's more similar to a comic book enlivened. In the realm of Sin City, where everything is highly contrasting, aside from the blood which is red. 

7. Hellboy (2004)

Story of a wicked monster who turns into a superhero, known as Hellboy. Hellboy and his group 'Department of Paranormal Research and Defense' secures the world by battling the different powerful and paranormal dangers. It depends on the comic book, as well as feels like a comic book. The film has a cerebrum, as well as a heart, it is an unquestionably a joy for the comic book fans.

8. The Crow (1994)

This film is mostly remembered for the tragic accidental death of Brandon Lee during the shooting of the film. The Crow tells the story of Eric Draven, a rock musician who comes back from the dead to avenge his own death and the murder and rape of his fiancée. The film has gained a strong cult following, the success of the film inspired several sequels.

9. Superman (1978)

This was the first time we saw Superman on the big screen with the modern-day special effects, so this movie will remain special. Christopher Reeves portrayal of Superman basically captures the essence of the iconic character, it’s how imagine Superman to be when you read the comics. The film is packed with action, drama, romance, great visual effects. Do watch the classic if you haven’t.

10. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

Scott Pilgrim has everything; Comedy, action, romance, video games, music. This film is for every geek out there! You could watch it over and over again, but never get bored of it. To win the heart his girlfriend, Scott must defeat his new girlfriend’s seven evil exes.

posted Nov 29, 2016 by Anita Yadav

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You can’t expect a movie with Rajnikanth and Akshay Kumar to be anything short of Legendary. 2.0, the sequel to Enthiran(Robot) is going to be the most expensive movie ever made in India.

2. Baahubali (200 CR)

Baahubali is a bi lingual epic of gargantuan proportions, this movie shot at a mind boggling budget of 200 crores is the biggest movie production undertaken in India. Here’s to hoping for bigger and better movies! The total cost of both the parts is said to be 320 Crores which is still 30 crores short of the most expensive movie in India.

3. I (180 CR)

Director Shankar has a penchant for upping his ante when it comes to budgets. So when he made his latest movie, he raised the bar to a 100 crores. The movie released both in Tamil and Hindi.

4. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (180 CR)

The Larger than life image portrayed by Salman Khan in the movie came at a cost which only a Salman starrer movie could earn back. Needless to say, Suraj Barjatiya’s bet paid off and PRDP became one of the highest grossing movies of all time.

5. Dhoom 3 (175 CR)

The third part of the Dhoom series had to pack a punch when it released. They hired Amir Khan as the main villain and Katrina Kaif as the female lead. With the rest of the leading cast remaining the same and a lot of special effects and massive stunt scenes added to it, it’s no wonder why this film cost up to 175 crores!

6. Bang Bang (160 CR)

This Indian version of the Hollywood flick ‘Kinght and Day’ starring Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif, went all out with the action sequences and dance numbers when it came to impressing the audience. It was made at the whopping cost of 140 crores!

7. Happy New Year (150 CR)

It doesn’t matter if you liked the movie or not, it sure was grand. Shot in Dubai, multi-starrer and everything that glitters cost the movie a whopping 150 crores.

8. Kick (140 CR)

This mega hit movie starring Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez tells the tale of Devil Lal Singh(Salman Khan) who has a big love for getting ‘Kicks’ in life. The film was made on a budget of 120 crores.

9. Robot (132 CR)

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10. Ra.One (130 CR)

This super hero flick starring Shahrukh Khan and Kareena Kapoor, where Shahrukh plays the role of both the master scientist and his ingenious robot was made at a production cost of 130 crores!

11. Mughal-E-Azam (Special Mention) (1.5 crores)

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