Film Quizzes: Superheroes: Groups

After focusing on the lone wolf superheroes of the 20th Century, it is time to look at the superheroes who join forces and fight crime as a team. Do you have a favourite? Any you would want included? As always, there is clue as to when the film was released, with answers at the bottom.

Film quizzes - Superheroes Groups film 1 (1990s)

Film quizzes - Superheroes Groups film 2  (2000s)

Film quizzes - Superheroes Groups film 3  (2000s)

Film quizzes - Superheroes Groups film 4  (2000s)

Film quizzes - Superheroes Groups film 5  (2010+)

Film quizzes - Superheroes Groups film 6 (2010+)

BONUS

Bonus superheroes (2000s)

Answers below

1. Mystery Men  (1999)

2. X-Men  (2000)

3. Fantastic Four  (2005)

4. Watchmen  (2009)

5. Kick Ass  (2010)

6. The Avengers  (2012)

BONUS

The Incredibles  (2004)

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44 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Superheroes: Groups

      • I love Mystery Men. I remember watching it at the IMAX, it was shown after the X-Men Trilogy in an all nighter. The combination of delerium from a lack of sleep and the stupidity of the film meant my belly was aching from laughing so much. The invisible man who needs you to close your eyes first is quite possibly the best superhero ever.

  1. Oh it’s X-Men hands down! I love the X-Men movies and as far as group of superheroes are concerned, they’re more emotionally-involving than the Avengers on top of being a fun group in terms of the action.

    • Gambit is my favourite superhero member so X-Men for me. It also helped create this joke:

      Penny: So what do you say Sheldon, are we your X-Men?
      Sheldon: No, the X-men were named for the X in Charles Xavier. Since I am Sheldon Cooper, you will be, my C-Men.

    • The film was remarkably similar. I don’t remember there being any difference. There was a really bad love scene though, and a disappointing use of Wagner, but overall was a good effort.

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