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Weekend At The Movies – 4/3/2015 – Top 10 Comic Book Films of the Decade


Today on Weekend At The Movies …..we give you our thumbs up or thumbs down at this week movie headlines, try to figure out what Disney is thinking and then give you our second installment of our half decade countdowns

Box Office:


Tom Hardy signed on for three more Mad Max Movies

Deadpool Rated R

Ecko from Lost as Killer Croc

Adam West and Burt Ward – 50th Anniversary Animated Batman Film Voices

Hugh Jackman – Wolverine 1 more time

Arrow as Casey Jones

Guardians 2

Disney Live Action WTF (Dumbo, Winnie the Pooh, Mulan)


Trailer Talk

The Gift

Straight Outta Compton

The D Train


Kung Fu Killer



Things to Watch Coming Up

Netflix April Additions


What is your #1 Comic Book Film of the Decade so far??



Kevin @OptimusSolo

Dan @MovieRevolt

DJ Valentine @TryingToBeDJV

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Kevin "OptimusSolo"

OptimusSolo is a Cartoon Historian and even has an actual History degree to go with it. He's also an avid Toy collector boasting an over 1,000 piece Star Wars collection and nearly 400 Transformer toys. He is one of the hosts of the Powers of Grayskull series. He also has a passion for cartoon Theme Songs, Star Trek, MacGyver, Baseball, and is a major Movie Geek!


  1. Avengers! Plan and simple. Easily number one for me. Followed by Guardians and Captain America. I had no idea Snowpiecer was based on a comic. Now I need to check it out.

  2. For me it’s Avengers and Guardians as the best comic book movies as of late. And if you are looking for a good teenage comedy I would go with Easy A. It’s the movie that got me to fall in love with Emma Stone.

  3. Even with all the cap that it gets Dark Knight Rises still ranks up there for me. Nolan is in a whOle other league when making movies when compared to others in the genre.

    Also anyone else worried about Mad Max? I have a feeling it’s going to be a beautiful jumbled mess that makes no sense but is breathtaking to look at.

    1. The Las trailer was super crazy. I don’t see that doing well with the public. When that trailer came on during my Furious 7 screening everyone in the theater was confused.

      1. My crowd had a similar reaction. A lot of, “What the hell was that looks” all around.

    2. Knowing the original director is on board gives me faith. Personally I have loved all the trailers so far. The visuals are spectacular.

      1. Yes Miller attached is a good thing but bare in mind the guy hasn’t done a movie in ages.

  4. After much thought I go with Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World as my favorite comic book movie of the decade so far. There is no other comic book movie that made me feel like I was experiencing the actual comic book in real life form.

    1. Do you mean that last statement as a commentary on the last 5 years…cause there have been plenty prior to that that made you feel like you were in actual comic books.

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