10. Fantastic Four
Now this is a movie that did follow a lot of the source material. A group of scientists/explorers are exposed to cosmic radiation and gain superpowers, and I will say that Michael Chiklis and Chris Evans played their roles decently in the film. Theres one problem: the villain. In the comic books, Doctor Doom is the closest thing to the mad scientist archetype. A former colleague of Reed Richards, the future Mister Fantastic, Dooms face is scarred after a scientific experiment gone wrong. However, he blames Richards for the experiments failure and vows revenge. Digging up some creepy metal mask and running back to his home country of Latveria, he spends the majority of his time battling the Fantastic Four with his crazy inventions and power plays. Whats Doom like in the movie? Hes still a rival to Reed Richards, but now he has his own company and hires Richards and the rest of the Four to go on the space expedition with him. Heres the best part: when the radiation hits the ship, he gets powers along with them! Thats right, not content with just leaving Doom super-intelligent, the filmmakers also gave him the ability to manipulate electricity, which apparently makes gripping silverware difficult. But wait, theres more! Rather than wearing a suit of armor, an organic metal starts to cover Dooms entire body, similar to Colossus from X-Men. He still wears the mask near the end of the film, but at this point the damage was already done. The sequel tried to bring Doom closer to his comic counterpoint, but to no avail. At this point, we can only hope that Doom is treated better in the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. Even maniacal geniuses want to be treated with respect, after all.