10 Worst Instances Of Marvel Movies Dropping The Ball

The biggest misfires in Marvel movie history.

Marvel movies are completely dominating the comic book movie scene at the moment, with Marvel Studios' Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise killing it at the box office, Fox's X-Men series still going strong after fourteen years and Sony's Amazing Spider-Man franchise providing some able backup to the pair. In fact, such is the popularity of the scene - mostly thanks to Marvel - that comic book movies are the most popular genre of movie in Hollywood, period, right now. Four of the top six movies of 2014 so far - in terms of worldwide box office grossing - have been movies based on Marvel characters (Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Amazing Spider-Man 2) and Marvel are rightfully receiving a lot of praise as a result. So popular and so well-made are Marvel's movies that some people are resigned to seeing DC's impending expanded cinematic universe fail. It's as if Marvel can't put a foot wrong - but DC should not lose hope. Marvel have dropped the ball on several occasions, both in the distant past and more recently, with some major cinematic fails - and that's what this article is going to discuss. Here are the ten worst instances of Marvel movies dropping the ball...
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