15. Superman IV: The Quest For Peace
Originating in 1938, Superman is the most iconic superhero in pop culture. His symbol can be recognised all around the globe and he is a centre piece of DC’s comic book trinity, alongside Batman and Wonder Woman.
With such great success comes a ton of adaptations for both the big and small screen. With a lifespan that has crossed 80 years, it’s safe to say that Superman’s time on the screen has been a bumpy road.
Journeying from an inspirational figure for children into a dark and brooding outsider, Superman has undergone many different variations on screen. This includes actor changes, tone changes, character changes, all the while still trying to maintain the essence of what makes Superman who he is.
Superman’s live action outings almost represent the character himself. Really good… but not indestructible. It's fair to say that there are a few flaws hidden below the surface.