Headshot of actor Christopher Reeve as Superman in a scene from the film, 'Superman,' 1978. (Photo by Warner Bros. Pictures/Getty Images)
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Superman Movies Ranked From Worst To Best
10. Superman IV
The poor outing of "Superman III" meant "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace" was made on only a fraction of the budget of the previous movies. This shows in the film’s production value, which looks cheap and rushed, and the movie itself hardly feels like anything more than a money-making exercise.
9. Dawn of Justice
Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" pits two of the most famous superheroes in the DCU — Henry Cavill's Superman and Ben Affleck's Batman — against each other. While the premise is rife with possibilities, the movie fails to utilize them and ends up being a letdown.
8. Justice League
When Joss Whedon of "Avengers" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" fame took charge of “Justice League,” fans and Warner Bros. hoped Whedon would be able to bring some of his magic to DC. He didn’t, and the movie turned out to be an uninspiring mix of dull action scenes and lazy writing.
7. Superman III
This is probably the funniest Superman movie, thanks to stand-up comedian Richard Pryor who plays Gus Gorman, a genius computer programmer working with Ross Webster to create a supercomputer that can help them take over the world. Christopher Reeve is clearly having the time of his life in this film.
6. Superman and...
In "Superman and the Mole Men," Clark Kent and Lois Lane travel to a small town called Silsby to write a story about the world's largest oil well, only to find out that it has been shut down due to complications. Although the effects may have dated poorly, the plot is ahead of its time, well-paced and entertaining.