Some failed to deliver the exciting sort of visuals fans have come to expect, while others were just poorly put together or plain silly and disappointing.
10. X-Men vs. Magneto (X-Men)
In terms of action, Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past looks set to be one of the biggest superhero movie releases of 2014. However, the director was still finding his feet with X-Men in 2000, and the climatic battle between the X-Men and Magneto was nowhere near as big or as memorable as it should have been.
We never REALLY got to see the team of mutants working as, well, a team! It had its moments, but lacked the sort of excitement found in the X-Men comic books when they clashed with the Master of Magnetism. However, this was a minor issue in an otherwise very good superhero movie, but still bad enough to warrant a place here. X-2 more than made up for this though, while X-Men: First Class portrayed Magneto in a far more effective manner overall!