Worst Film Adaptions of All TimeJudgePowers Films that were bad and based off of anything counts, ex: comic book, book, true story, and T.V. shows, cartoons. These two I added, you guys can add the rest because I have not seen any other ones so I can't judge them thanks.
The Top Ten
Based off of the popular Nickelodeon cartoon called 'Avatar The Last Airbender'. The Last Airbender tried and failed to make characters be likable and 3d and the writing, directing was not good at all I mean the comic relief in the show Sokka is a very funny character "Smoochy Smoochy someone's in love! " In the movie he's a serious and emotionless guy until the end when his love interest dies but he's just not as cool as he was in the show. Watch Avatar The Last Airbender if you haven't because even though it's a cartoon, it makes it up with brilliant writing and bad-ass fighting scenes. Don't watch the movie, its bad and in insult to the makers of the original show - JudgePowers
Batman and Robin, in my opinion 'worst superhero movie I've seen' next to other bad superhero movies, but this one, I get that it was aimed towards kids because of the ice related puns and the kid friendly movie, but does a good kids movie translate into a good movie for everyone? I'm guessing that comic book fans were not expecting this but, hey thanks to the failure of this, Christopher Nolan changed everything and saved Batman. Heath Ledger's Joker was more than spot on, it was 400% amazing! Batman and Robin was bad and I think the only closely good actor is Poison Ivy. Bad: Batman and Robin and Good: Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy. - JudgePowers
This movie is just awful all around! It's disastrous! My childhood is completely ruined. And this movie was rated PG? Rated PG my butt! THIS MOVIE SHOULD'VE BEEN RATED NC-17!
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