10. Ben Affleck as Daredevil/Matt Murdock- I'm sorry but I cannot take him seriously as a superhero. He's not a very convincing actor. He really can't stray too far in character and I believe Matt Murdock is not within his acting spectrum. I still believe Anthony Michael Hall (weird science,16 candles, tv's Dead Zone)would have made the perfect Matt Murdock.
9.Uma Thurman as Poison Ivy- Not that Uma Thurman isn't a good actress and I do find her attractive but Pamela Isley is supposed to be a young sex symbol. Uma Thurman is more of a cougar and she just didn't fit the bill. Her costumes were atrocious. She also kind of bombed with that part. It was as if she was trying too hard and it didn't work too well.
8.Emo/disco/pimp daddy Spidey- Seriously WTF!?!?!? What were they thinking? First, you see him emofy himself in the mirror. He keeps that look throughout the entire time that he had the black suit. Then, the hoodie over the black suit in the fight with Harry and his attitude? Like, come on. The whole disco scene? Really? Who walks down the street like that, walks into a store, buys a discount suit and goes Saturday Night Fever in the middle of the street. Plus, He's after every piece of tail he sees when he's supposed to be heartbroken over losing Mary Jane again.
7.Arnold schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze- First off, Mr freeze has always thin and cold in both power and personality. Arnold just did not fit the bill. He was way too big, cracking corny cold jokes and making his henchmen sing the cold miser theme from the Year Without a Santa Claus. There was nothing accurate about his portrayal of this character. The dude from Breaking Bad on AMC (aka Bryan Cranston, who just so happened to have voiced Jim Gordon in Batman:Year One; read the review) would be a great Mr. Freeze.
6.Batgirl in Batman and Robin- Nothing about this movie's version of Batgirl works for me. She's blonde. (Please don't kill Hector for not knowing Stephanie Brown) Alfred's niece made Batgirl by someone else. Alicia Silverstone was not a good choice. She come's off way too ditzy for the part. The backstory was weak. They just did it all wrong. Two words: EPIC FAIL.
5.Batman Forever-They just failed all around with this movie. Robin was barely younger than Batman. The story wasn't bad but the city was outrageous and Robin was a douchebag. Riddler and Two-Face were way too giddy and hyperactive and the riddler was a bit flamboyant. I liked it as a kid. Looking back on it now, I can't stand it.
4.Neon Gotham- In both Batman Forever and Batman and Robin, the city was outrageous with neon lights and paint everywhere. There are giant statues everywhere. The buildings are even fashioned out of statues. It just makes no sense the city didn't even look like that in comics or cartoons.
3.Topher Grace as Eddie Brock/Venom-Epic Fail! He's too skinny, too goofy and too Eric Foreman. Nothing about him says Eddie Brock. Do what you want with his hair and cgi, he will always be Eric Foreman to me. They didn't even change his voice as venom and not once did he say "We are Venom."
2.Christian Bale as Batman-"WHERE'S RACHEL?" Better question is where's your talent? Never has Batman sounded more ridiculous. His portrayal of Bruce was ok but that voice was he trying to be Batman or cookie monster seriously FAILURE!!!
1.Hulk- The Incredible Hulk was a great revamp/sequel to what has to be the absolute worst comic movie of all time. They spent too much time explaining what happened to Banner and with his personal life and not enough action. The thing with the comic panels; what was that? Somebody please tell me! I wish I could forget I ever saw that sham of a movie and the cgi sucked.
Well, thats all folks as usual this has been Hector Ramirez until next time friends keep clashing