Yeah, so I got the idea from the DC movies thread (Feel free to merge some of them posts here or this one there) about not only how we might like this or that movie, but also how our perception of these movies change overtime.
For exemple, when they came out, I really liked the first 2 Raimi’s Spideys and the first couple of X-Men, and now, well… not so much. Same goes for Nolan’s Bat trilogy, for exemple, where I was glad with them when they came out (the first 2, I very much disliked Rises from the get-go), but now they also don’t seem to stand the test of time either.
So I guess this is more of a “test of time” discussion. I know for a fact that A LOT of people here still consider the Donner Superman movies as the be-all end-all of SH movies, personally I never liked them and have no nostalgia towards them, but fair enough.
Another good case scenario is Watchmen, where people didn’t really like it and it kinda tanked at the BO, but recently people have been more kind to it, and lots of people saying “it was ahead of its time” (which I happen to think as well).
So anyways, what’s everyone’s take on this? Which movies do you think hold up well after several years/decades, and which movies do you think will do so from the current batch of CB movies (all CB, not only SH stuff)… and by “current batch” let’s go with from Iron Man 1 forward, as that’s the start of the MCU, so it seems like a good point (and let’s go with MoS for DC’s “current batch”).