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We all know about Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man and other extra popular superheroes. Their movies are everywhere, they have huge budgets, and earn a lot of money for their studios, and you have probably seen them all multiple times. Still, sometimes you maybe want something else, but still want to stick to superheroes, well, don’t worry, because in this article we are bringing you the most underrated superhero movies of all time.
You have probably seen some and because of it, we decided to go big and make you a huge list of the 50 most underrated superhero movies of all time. You will have a chance to find here some amazing, less know superhero movies, as well as some probably a bit more famous, but still, that are crossing under people’s radars.
Not only that, but we have included trailers for all these movies, so you can check them out directly here and decide if that is the next superhero movie you want to see. So let’s dive in and see which are the most underrated superhero movies in history.
50 Most Underrated Superhero Movies Ever
It is the mid-80s of the last century. The danger of nuclear war between America and Russia constantly threatens humanity, and superheroes had to leave their costumes and jobs thanks to Keene’s national law, passed by the US Congress a decade ago, which prohibits any retaliatory behavior contrary to the law. But everything changes when Comedian (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a former superhero and media star, after a fight with a mysterious opponent, falls through a skyscraper window.
His death did not go unnoticed, so one of the last avengers, Rorschach (Jackie Earle Haley), launched an investigation and warned his retired former colleague – Dr. Manhattan (Billy Crudup), Night Owl (Patrick Wilson), Ozymandias (Matthew Goode), Sally Jupiter (Carla Gugino) and her daughter Silk Specter (Malin Akerman) that their lives are in danger and that something serious is in store.
Rendel: Dark Vengeance (2017)
VALA, the most ruthless criminal organization in Europe, has been bribing bureaucrats for years to get the untested Nh25 vaccine and pass it on to the Third World market. At the moment when the last delivery was about to start, a masked attacker attacked the criminals.
Alone, he killed the whole team and destroyed the vaccines. So began the mysterious night raids in which blood was spilled and money burned – literally. And the journalists found out. The faceless hero Rendel started an open and fierce war against the Vala organization. Because it’s time for the truth.
A prominent comic book superhero from Indonesia and his alter ego Sancaka enter the cinematic universe to fight the evil Pengkor and his devilish ward of orphanage killers.
In the city of the future, whose streets are patrolled by law enforcement officers known as Judges, a new, extremely dangerous drug has emerged – “Slo-Mo”. Dredd, an experienced judge who has become the fear and trembling of the underworld, joins forces with a young rookie to destroy forever the source of the drug that threatens his city.
There is also an older version of this adaptation, Judge Dredd with legendary Sylvester Stallone, so you can also check it out.
The Darkest Minds (2018)
When teenagers mysteriously begin to develop their new, powerful abilities, the government declares them a threat and closes them. Sixteen-year-old Ruby, one of the most powerful young people anyone has ever met, escapes from a prison camp and joins a group of runaway teenagers seeking refuge. Soon, this newly created family realizes that, in a world where adults have betrayed them, running away is not enough and that they will have to resist them, using their collective power to regain control of their future.
Megamind is the most ingenious supervillain the world has ever met. And the most unsuccessful. He has been trying to conquer Metrograd in all imaginable ways for years. However, each attempt ends in a catastrophic fiasco thanks to a cloaked superhero named Metro man, an invincible hero until the day Megamind accidentally kills him in the middle of carrying out one of his fickle evil plans.
He realizes that achieving a life goal is the worst thing that has ever happened to him. Megamind decides that the only way out of the daily routine is to create a new rival, named Titan, at first glance bigger, better and stronger than Metro man. It soon dawns on Titan that being a villain is a lot more fun than being a hero.
With one detail – Titan does not want to conquer the world – he wants to destroy it. Megamind must decide now. Will he fight his own diabolical creation? Can he defeat him? Can the smartest man in the world finally make one smart decision? Can an evil genius become an unexpected hero of his own story?
Sky High (2005)
Teenager Will Stronghold and his parents, father Steve and mother Josie, are seemingly quite an ordinary family from a picturesque American town. Only seemingly, because Will’s parents are the most famous superheroes who tirelessly save the world from dangerous villains under the names The Commander and Jetstream.
Steve and Josie won the titles of the best superheroes even before Will was born, when they defeated the supervillain Royal Pain in a decisive fight. And the town in which they live is inhabited by all the superheroes, people endowed with miraculous powers who, like Will’s parents, fight for justice.
The day has dawned when 14-year-old Will and his best friend Layla Williams head to high school for heroes, which is reached by a special bus driven by Ron Wilson. Already on the first day of class, Will meets many new friends such as the “luminous” Zach, the soluble Ethan, the sympathetic Magenta, the girl who turns into a hamster, and many others. But there is also the grumpy Speed and his inseparable friend Lash, guys who enjoy insulting and humiliating their colleagues.
When the professors start dividing them into superheroes and their fun helpers, Will concludes that he may not possess any special powers. While with others he attends classes with the eccentric professor Mr. Boy, a rude physical education teacher Boomer, and other professors also endowed with superpowers, Will also meets coy colleague Warren Peace, a teenager tormented by the fact that his father is a supervillain. And when he sees his attractive peer Gwen Grayson, Will falls in love with her at first sight, unaware that Layla has long been deeply in love with him.
Special is a 2006 film, combining elements from several genres: comedy-drama, superhero, psychological thriller, satire, and science fiction. It was written and directed by Hal Haberman and Jeremy Passmore.
A lonely comic book fan, Les Franken, has a reaction to medication and becomes convinced he’s a superhero.
John Hancock (Will Smith) is a superhero who loves a bottle of whiskey more than saving innocents, the public despises him and all his attempts to stop the crime end up with more problems than they started. After saving the life of Ray Embery (Jason Bateman), a public relations expert, he decides to help him and turn him into a real superhero.
Nick Gant (Chris Evans) possesses telekinetic abilities inherited from his father, who was killed by a secret government organization – the Division ten years ago. Namely, the Division genetically changes innocent citizens, turning them into an army of warriors who can move things with the power of thought and will and eliminate opponents, change reality and predict the future.
Nick is especially interesting to the agency and they will do anything to get hold of him. So Nick is forced to live in a sanctuary in Hong Kong along with other people who have similar powers like him. Soon Nick meets Cassie Holmes (Dakota Fanning), a psychic who needs his help to find Kira, who can defeat the Division once and for all.
Defendor is a 2009 Canadian-American vigilante comedy-drama film written and directed by Peter Stebbings in his directorial debut.
Arthur Poppington (Woody Harrelson) is committed to fighting crime. That is why he turns into the superhero Defendor and takes to the streets to protect innocent citizens.
The Rocketeer (1991)
At the same time, Cliff finds in his hangar unusual pilot equipment that was once left by thieves after the theft from the studio of the famous Howard Hughes. Deciding to try it out with Pivi’s help, Cliff took off during the presentation of his friend’s new plane, and the media soon called him the Rocketman.
When he learns that the people of the powerful gangster Eddie Valentino (Sorvino) killed the antipathetic Pivy boss Otis Bigelow (Polito), Cliff realizes that the criminals want to get the equipment and the draft, but also the FBI agents.
Unbreakable (2000)/Split (2016)/Glass (2019)
A Philadelphia security guard at a university stadium, otherwise a former football player, David Dunn (Bruce Willis), is the only survivor of a catastrophic train crash. Not only did he survive, but he passed without the slightest injury. After the accident, he is convinced that happiness accompanies him in life, that nothing can harm him and that he is invulnerable.
Shortly after these discoveries, he was approached in a bizarre way by comic book publisher Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), who made a fantastic assumption: Price was born with a rare disorder that has “glass” bones, and has had as many as 54 fractures so far. He assumes that somewhere in the world there must be an antipode to him, someone who has never been injured or ill. He’s pretty sure that man, some kind of comic book superhero, is exactly David Dunn. Dunn doesn’t believe him, but his son Joseph, a teenage boy, really wants to believe it.
Although Kevin was confirmed by his psychiatrist, Dr. Fletcher that he has 23 different personalities, it still remains questionable which personality dominates over the others. Forced to kidnap three teenage girls led by the stubborn Casey, Kevin starts a war for survival between himself and all the personalities within him – as well as everyone around him.
Upon completion of the movie Split, Joe Dunn hunts down Crumb’s superhuman personality called Beast in a series of tense encounters while the mysterious Price hides incredible secrets that can forever change Dunn and Crumb’s lives.
The Mask of Zorro (1998)
Twenty years ago, Don Diego de la Vega (Anthony Hopkins) successfully and bravely fought the Spanish tyrannical occupation of Mexico, only to end up without his wife Esperanza (Julietta Rosen), daughter Elena (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and his freedom taken from him by the unscrupulous Don Rafael Montero (Stuart Wilson).
After two decades in prison, De la Vega manages to escape and immediately sets out in search of a successor who will prevent Montero from gaining power in California. His not-so-likely scientist is the troubled outlaw Alejandro Murieta (Antonio Banderas) obsessed with De la Vega’s handsome daughter but also bares revenge for the brutal murder of his brother. Under Diego’s leadership, Murieta transforms into a new Zorro who will finally stop the evil Montero.
Mystery Men (1999)
Superhero Captain Amazing (Mr. Kinnear) has cleared Champion City of villains, but now his popularity is declining because there are few opportunities for his interventions in a city ruled by law and order. Therefore, his marketing value falls, so he devises a plan to arrange the release from prison of the supervillain Casanova Frankenstein (G. Rush) just to put him back in prison and restore to the minds of citizens the image of his own importance.
However, the plan goes wrong and Captain Amazing finds himself in Frankenstein’s captivity. Upon learning of this, three born losers – Roy, Eddie and Jeffrey, who, wanting to become superheroes, called themselves Mr. Furious (B. Stiller), Shoveller (W. H. Macy) and Blue Raja (H. Azaria) – try to free Captain Amazing and make a name for themselves, but realize that Casanova Frankenstein is too strong an opponent. So they recruit new people of unusual abilities as potential superheroes – Invisible Boy, Spleen and Bowler, and eventually, they are joined by the mysterious Sphinx.
Three close friends, high school classmates, come to an amazing discovery after which their lives change completely. They get superpowers that are very interesting and exciting at first, but… Soon, however, everything gets out of control, and strong friendships between them are no longer like that…
Chef Frank’s life falls apart when his beautiful wife Sarah leaves him for Jacques, a charismatic strip club owner and dealer, who has hooked her up on drugs again. Frank then decides to become a superhero, and takes the name “Scarlet Lightning” – and his superpower is in the skillful use of a wrench, with which he beats all sorts of bad guys. He soon gets an assistant – Libby, a sweetheart from the comics store, who as “Lightning” proves equally capable in dealing with criminals.
Joe Young is a Mormon, serving his mission in Los Angeles and needing money to marry his girlfriend, Lisa. This leads him to a porn film set, where filmmaker Maxxx Orbison casts unwitting Joe as a masked superhero named Orgazmo. The film becomes a surprise megahit, even in the mainstream, but Joe soon discovers Maxxx is a criminal with sinister plans. So, Joe and his sidekick Ben become real superheroes to combat the evil director.
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)
Meet the charming and unemployed Scott Pilgrim, the 22-year-old bass guitarist of the garage band Sex Bomb-Omb, who has just met the girl of his dreams – literally. But how do you conquer the elusive Ramona when you are attacked by an army of axes that control her love life and will do anything to eliminate you as a suitor? As Scott approaches Ramona, he must confront a gallery of vicious characters from her past, from flaming skateboarders to vegan rock stars. He will be able to win his true love only if he destroys them all – before the end of the game.
Gray Trace will lose everything in one brutal and tragic event – the wife he adores and control over his own body. His situation attracts the attention of a mysterious billionaire who offers Gray a cure in the form of an experimental implant called STEM. Reluctantly, Gray accepts the offer but soon discovers that STEM has its own voice and mind.
The main character of this amazing action comedy is Dave Lizewski – a teenager, a high school student who literally no one notices. Dave is a big fan of comics. An ingenious idea will soon come to his mind: under the influence of the huge amount of comics he owns and reads, Dave will decide to become a superhero and fight vicious criminals. For this purpose, they will procure the necessary suit, goggles and mask and change their name to – KICK ASS.
There is only one small problem: Kick Ass does not possess any superpowers! However, his life will soon change drastically after a bunch of like-minded people start imitating him, and he meets 11-year-old Hit Girl and her father Big Daddy and becomes a partner with another “wannabe” superhero – Red Mist. The local mobster Frank DAmico will be involved in the whole story and will put our new superheroes to the real test!
The Green Hornet (2011)
Britt Reid (Seth Rogen) is a wealthy publisher and popular media figure during the day, but at night he transforms into a masked hero, Green Hornet, who fights crime along with his assistant Kata (Jay Chou), a top martial arts master.
A young street magician is left to care for his younger sister after the death of their parents. To secure a roof over their head, he must turn to an illegal business that will result in his sister’s abduction and force him to use magic and his brilliant mind to save her.
Krishna is forced by circumstances to use his superpowers and become the masked superhero Krrish, before getting drawn towards his lost legacy.
El Chicano (2018)
The Mexican community in America got its superhero in the era of DC and Marvel – El Chicano. He is a mysterious motorcyclist under a black hood, a kind of a cross between Batman, Punisher, Crow, and Ghost Rider. The mythical El Chicano parades through the streets of East Los Angeles on a bullet-resistant Harley, hiding its identity under a mask. He’s seemingly an ordinary man like Batman and Punisher, and yet he’s beaten by the voice of a “boogeyman” and a “ghost” from a “ghost story,” making him like some sort of Mexican The Crow and Ghost Rider, a “ghetto mower”.
Code 8 (2019)
In a world where people with super-powers live illegally, desperate young man Connor Reed will, in an attempt to save his sick mother, be drawn into a criminal world led by dangerous criminal Garrett, who works for an even more dangerous drug boss.
Scientist Peyton Westlake is on the verge of discovering artificial human skin. He is in love with lawyer Julie Hastings whose employer is construction entrepreneur Louis Strack involved in the crime. A document proving this is accidentally found in a scientist’s lab.
Criminal Robert Durant who works for Strack, breaks into the lab with his killers to get hold of documents. The scientists are doused with a flammable liquid and an explosive is placed in the laboratory. Westlake still survives, but most of his body is burned. Still, he manages to cover the wounds with artificial leather and even makes a new face, just like before. His fiancée thinks he is dead, but the man from the darkness is preparing revenge for those who destroyed his body and career.
Blade (1998)/Blade II (2002)
Superhuman and light-resistant but with an unquenchable vampire appetite, Blade (Wesley Snipes) is a vampire hunter who stays on the side of good only with the help of the man who rescued him early from the embrace of death – the faithful Abraham Whistler (Kris Kristofferson).
Blade’s vampire hunger can only be tamed by Whistler’s serum, but his body is slowly becoming more resistant and his appetite for blood stronger. When Blade meets beautiful hematologist Karen Jenson (N’Bushe Wright), he hopes the doctor will find a solution to his unfortunate condition. But a new movement in the vampire underworld brings waves of chaos and death: a rebellious vampire, Deacon Frost (Stephen Dorff), disobeys the natives, and decides to invoke the God of Blood. And the coming apocalypse can only be stopped by Blade.
Combining the creepiness and asceticism of expressionism with frenetic action and harsh humor, “Blade” boasts a completely atypical hero and a rarely seen elegance of action scenes. Wesley Snipes proved to be literally born for the role of an unusual vampire hunter, and the new sequels only confirmed the cult status of the saga.
The unusual scene of a vampire in the snow in the final scene of this brilliant action thriller is the key to deciphering its success. In an unprecedented way, the authors combined the seriousness of classic horror with comic playfulness and revived a unique world in which humans and vampires walk the same streets… and fight for supremacy.
Forever at the crossroads of two worlds, human and vampire, Blade is an atypical hero who jumps to the rescue not only of the human, but also of the vampire species!
The Punisher (2004)
Frank Castle (Tom Jane) has looked death in the eye many times in his life. He managed to survive and finally tried to live a normal life, with his wife Maria (Samantha Mathis) and son Will (Marcus Johns). But the villain Howard Saint (John Travolta) kills his entire family and seriously injures him! Realizing that the law is not enough, Frank embarks on his revenge mission.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993)
It follows Batman as he reconciles with a former lover, Andrea Beaumont, and faces a mysterious vigilante who is murdering Gotham City’s crime bosses, who all indirectly linked to Batman’s beginning of his crimefighting crusade.
Ultraman: The Next (2004)
First Lieutenant Shunichi Maki of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force is a prestigious F-15 Eagle jet pilot. A lifelong fan of flying since he was a child, being a pilot is his ultimate dream. Unfortunately, his duties distance him from his wife, Yoko, who feels neglected, and his son, Tsugumu, who has a possibly terminal congenital blood disease.
Maki decides to quit the Air Force to devote more time to his family and to spend whatever time is left with his son. He takes a part-time job as a commercial tour guide for a kindly group of people who allow him time to take care of his family.
Prior to quitting, Maki and his flight partner Yamashima are alerted to a strange red light streaking towards Japan, and Maki’s plane passes through the red light seemingly without any damage. He suffers no ill effects other than strange images briefly playing out in his mind. He later discovers that the images are telepathic messages from a strange being that exists in the red light.
A down-and-out school teacher receives the calling to become the real-life personification of an old television superhero, Zebraman.
Black Lightning (2009)
The story of how an ordinary student of the Moscow Faculty accidentally received a car that could fly as a birthday present. The protagonist turns from an ordinary man into a super protector of the people of Moscow.
Turbo Kid (2015)
The year is 1997 and the whole world is suffering from a water shortage. To make matters worse, control of the sources is held by a gang of assassins led by the terrifying Zeus. But a young comic book lover, inspired by his favorite superhero, decides to confront this villain. In this exciting adventure, he is accompanied by a brave girl with a mysterious past and a strong cowboy who himself has unresolved accounts with Zeus.
The Heroic Trio (1993)
An invisible woman is kidnapping newborn babies who are destined to be emperors and delivering them to the mysterious subterranean supernatural Evil Master. The police are powerless, and the city must be saved by three very different women who share a terrible past.
Anita Mui plays the mild-mannered wife of a police inspector who’s also the mask-wearing, sword-slinging and knife-throwing crime fighter, Wonder Woman. Maggie Cheung plays the shotgun-toting, hard-boiled bounty hunter, Thief Catcher. Michelle Yeoh is Invisible Woman, the troubled but determined strong right arm of the Evil Master.
After an unusual meteor shower turns postman Bob into a superhero, he must engage in world politics and save the world. But today he has a day off and the biggest challenge so far awaits him: the first date with a girl after six years.
The Incredibles (2004)/Incredibles 2 (2018)
Mr. Incredible, real name Bob Parr, his girlfriend Elastigirl, real name Helen, and friend Frozone, real name Lucius, are superheroes who have entrusted the city of Metroville with many magnificent feats, but public opinion turns against them and they are forced to retire.
Fifteen years later, Bob and Helen are the parents of three children also endowed with superpowers – teenage Violet, pre-adolescent boy Dashiell and baby Jack-Jack, and live a normal family life in the suburbs. Unlike Helen, Bob has never accepted ordinary life, especially not the fate of an employee in an exploitation insurance company, and secretly, along with Lucius, helps the police.
One day Bob gets a mysterious call that offers him reactivation as a superhero. The call takes him to a peculiar island, where a trap is set for him by a former pretentious adolescent and now dangerous villain Syndrome, who as a boy dreamed of becoming Mr. Incredible, for which Bob had no understanding. Helen finds out that Bob is in trouble, and his whole family goes to his aid.
In the new sequel to the story of the superhero family, Mom Helen is the center of attention, and Dad Bob is the hero at home where he takes care of the children. Their normal daily life is disrupted by the arrival of a dangerous and clever villain whom only the Incredibles can defeat.
V for Vendetta (2005)
In the futuristic environment of totalitarian Britain, V for Vendetta tells the story of a young working-class woman named Evey (Natalie Portman) who is rescued from a deadly situation by a masked man known only as ‘V’ (Hugo Weaving). Indescribably complex V is well-read, courageous, gentle and intelligent, he is a man dedicated to freeing his fellow citizens from those who terrorized them. He is also bitter, eager for revenge, lonely and violent, and is driven by personal revenge.
In his mission to free the English people from the corruption and cruelty that have poisoned the British government, V condemns the tyranny of their leaders and invites his fellow citizens to join him in the shadows under Parliament on November 5, Guy Fawkes Day. On that day in 1605, Guy Fawkes was discovered in a tunnel below Parliament with 36 barrels of gunpowder.
He and his allies devised a treacherous ‘Gunpowder Conspiracy’ in response to the tyranny of their government. In the spirit of that rebellion and in the memory of that day, V swears to carry out the conspiracy for which Fawkes was executed, the conspiracy he attempted to carry out on November 5, 1605, will be blown up by Parliament.
The Lego Batman Movie (2017)
In the reckless spirit of entertainment that has made “LEGO film” a global phenomenon, the ensemble’s self-proclaimed main star – LEGO Batman – is in the lead role of his own film adventure. But big changes are brewing in Gotham City so if he wants to save the city from the Joker’s violent takeover, Batman may have to give up lonely revenge, try to work with others, and perhaps learn how to relax.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
Four little turtles come in contact with a mysterious substance in a New York City sewer and suddenly become huge. And not only that. These are talking turtles, walking on two legs and… adoring pizza. The wise rat Splinter becomes the mentor of Donatello, Michelangelo, Leonardo and Raphael and turns them into strong warriors, ninja fighters. The enemy the Ninja Turtles have to fight is Shredder, who is trying to rule the world but has got opponents who will not tolerate evil intentions.
The Shadow (1994)
Lamont Cranston (Alec Baldwin) is a former American soldier, a veteran of the First World War. He decides to look for the necessary respite from the great events of fate in Tibet. There, he slowly becomes Jing-ko, a large opium producer and a dangerous criminal.
One night, Jing-ko is kidnapped and taken to the priest Tulku (Bejdi Tsurutani), who tells him that he knows his true identity and starts teaching him to move to the side of good. During the seven years of his studies, Lamont will learn to control the power of other people’s perceptions solely through his concentration.
In particular, this power will allow him to become completely invisible, only his shadow will be visible. Lamont returns to America and begins to fight criminals. Everything is going according to plan, until the evil Shivan Khan (John Lone) appears in the city.
Al Simmons, the soldier-killer, was betrayed by secret government agencies, headed by a man named Jason Wynn. Wynn orders his main assassin Priest to eliminate him. After Simmons dies, the dark forces immediately transfer him to Hell, where Malebolgia, the demonic leader of Hell’s army, offers him a Faustian deal.
Mortal Kombat (1995)
The ruler of the Outworld was determined to conquer the kingdom of Earth. To achieve this, he must win ten consecutive Mortal Kombat Tournaments. The ruler’s sorcerer Shang Tsung led Outworld to nine wins.
The only thing now standing between Earth and the ruler’s evil force are three men: Liu Kang, who comes to the tournament to avenge his brother’s death, Sonya Blade, a policewoman who finds herself on a ship looking for her partner’s killer, and Johnny Cage, a selfish movie star. Lord Rayden will have to teach his three warriors to find deep within themselves the power to defeat Shang Tsung and save the future of the kingdoms of the Earth.
The Crow (1994)
The old belief is that the crow takes the souls of the dead to the world of the dead. Sometimes a crow can bring the dead back to the world of the living. Eric (B. Lee) and Shelly (S. Shinas) were supposed to get married on Halloween, but the night before she was raped and beaten to death, and he was killed with a knife and shot from a gun by criminals in the service of Top Dollar (M. Wincott).
A year later the crow revives Eric and he wants revenge on the people who ruined his and Shelley’s happiness. Along the way, he will be assisted by a girl Sarah (R. Davis) who was his and Shelly’s own daughter, and police sergeant Albrecht (E. Hudson).
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
It’s about the new Spider-Man world and a completely different story that will make us rethink everything we’ve known so far about the most famous Spider-Man in the world. We are introduced to the story by a teenager from Brooklyn – Miles Morales, who reveals the unlimited possibilities of the Spider-Man world, but also that – he is not alone.
The Old Guard (2020)
Follows a secret group of mercenaries who for some unknown reason cannot die. The group is led by Andy (Charlize Theron), their goal is to preserve the world, and they have been doing it for centuries. But on the latest mission, their “powers” are revealed so Andy and the newest member of the Nile team (Kiki Layne) have to help the group save each other. For some, it may be too late.
Big Hero 6 (2014)
They are not good, they are the best! Hiro Hamada is a 14-year-old child prodigy, a robotics genius who lives in the futuristic city of San Francisco and spends most of his time in illegal robot fights.
In order to direct him to something more creative, his older brother Tadashi takes him to the research laboratory of the Institute of Technology, where Hiro meets GoGo, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Freda. He also meets Professor Robert Callaghan, who runs a robotics program at the faculty. Inspired by what he saw, Hiro decides to apply to robotics school.
To join the school science fair, Hiro prepares to show off his microbot project. After the fair, Hiro rejected Krei Tech’s offer and enrolled in Robert Callaghan’s studies. But one day, a fire breaks out in the school and Tadashi sets out to save Callaghan, but he dies in an explosion. A few weeks later, the sad Hiro, inadvertently launches Baymax, an inflatable robot created by Tadshi, and they become inseparable.
Hellboy (2004)/Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008)
Hellboy (Ron Perlman) was brought to planet Earth by the evil genius Rasputin (Karel Roden) to help the Nazis in their murderous campaign. However, he was saved from his evil fate by Professor Broom (John Hurt), the founder of the Secret Agency for Paranormal Phenomena, who raised him and developed his extraordinary paranormal talents.
Despite his dark origins, Hellboy becomes a fighter on the side of good, fighting the evil forces that threaten the world, along with a humanoid (Doug Jones) and an agent of pyrokinetic abilities (Selma Blair). They are hidden from society and in charge of protection from Rasputin who wants to kidnap Hellboy and take him to the dark side and use his powers to challenge Armageddon.
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
The ancient truce between humans and the invisible realm of fantasy has been broken and hell on earth is about to escalate. The renegade prince of the fantastic kingdom, Nuada, sets out in search of a key that will give him control of an unstoppable army. Who can save the world from destruction? When it comes to such a threat there is no doubt. Although he has horns and is red in color, he is the only one who can do the job.
The Mask (1994)
Stanley (Jim Carrey) is a retired bank clerk whose pet, dog Milo (Max), is his best and only friend. Thinking about his lonely life, Stanley comes to the brink of suicide, but the accidental discovery of an unusual ancient mask in the river drastically changes his life.
Putting the mask on his face, Stanley becomes a cross between a Tasmanian monster and Superman, an invincible being to whom no feat is impossible. When Stanley meets a beautiful nightclub singer, Tina Carlyle (Cameron Diaz), he seems to have finally found happiness, but gangster Dorian Tyrell (Peter Greene) stands in their way. Stanley must fight for Tina and resist the attacks of criminals and accusations of the police.
Danger: Diabolik (1968)
International man of mystery Diabolik and his sensual lover Eva Kant pull off heist after heist, all while European cops led by Inspector Ginko and envious mobsters led by Ralph Valmont are closing in on them.