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Zack Snyder
Ayelet Zurer as Lara Lor-Van
Christopher Meloni as Colonel Hardy
Michael Kelly as Steve Lombard
Jadin Gould as Lana Lang
Tahmoh Penikett as Henry Ackerdson
Richard Cetrone as Tor-An
Dylan Sprayberry as Clark Kent at 13
Antje Traue as Faora
Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent
Michael Shannon as General Zod
Laurence Fishburne as Perry White
Russell Crowe as Jor-El
Henry Cavill as Clark Kent / Superman
Amy Adams as Lois Lane
Diane Lane as Martha Kent
Richard Schiff as Dr. Emil Hamilton
Harry Lennix as General Swanwick
David Paetkau as Threat Analyst
Storyline: A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.
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Who the f cares about the critics?
I know what the critics has said. They complained about too much action, superman being too serious, lack of romance, etc. Since Zack Snyder directed this movie, I don't think he cared about the critics. Don't get me wrong, he DOES care about the fans' opinion. Seems like he really wanted to really satisfy the fans. I see why critics complained about too much action. For me it's just his way to satisfy the viewers. This is the kind of movie that is just really satisfying. When the movie ended, I got that 'satisfying' feeling instead of the 'wanting more' feeling. It's like it was really enough.

Even Snyder's best movies (before this) which were 300 & Watchmen didn't have more ratings than 64% on Rotten Tomatoes. I think the fans should have anticipated the bad reviews. His style is actually what critics hate. The over the top action and CGI is actually his trademark. So, even from the beginning, I think this is actually the kind of movie the producers wanted. About the lack of romance, I really do think it's saved for the sequel. The sequel will definitely explore more about the relationship between Clark and Lois. This film focused on 2 aspects: the origin (krypon,struggle finding his place) & the action (Zod and his army). Don't expect humor or romance.

The visuals were spectacular! What's best about this movie is its action scenes. The action were just relentless. I think the fans would not be disappointed at all. Yes, I know there is only a very few humor this movie but that actually doesn't even matter. The battle between Superman & Zod will definitely 'wow' everyone but the critics. I mean who cares about the critics opinion? A superhero movie MUST NOT be judged by the critics opinion, what's more important is the audience's opinion about the movie and especially the fans'. I think the movie really delivered. Most people will definitely like this movie. I am really sure that many fanboys will consider this as the best comic book of all time. This is a MUST SEE for people who like action movie. The action were better than last year's The Avengers.

The sequel really have a great potential. Considering the minimum amount of romance in this movie (since they just knew each other, and superman was also more focused on Zod), the next movie could explore more of that. One of the things missing from the movie was also the presence of Clark Kent at the daily planet. It's one of the trade marks. But, I believe the sequel will show more scenes in the Daily Planet which is interesting to see.

As a conclusion, I think Man of Steel is so far the best action movie this year. This movie really is a Snyder movie. But it also has a quite lot of nolan-esque feel to it especially in the around first 45 minutes.

If this was compared to Iron man 3, if Iron man 3 was a 7, this movie is a 8.6.
An epic reboot of the most popular comic book superhero...
Movie Review: "Man of Steel" While a superhero movie, Man Of Steel is also a sci-fi drama about an alien sent to Earth and trying to live among us. Unlike the 1978 Superman, it tackles the emotions of Clark Kent a.k.a. Kal-El a.k.a Superman, as we all knew him. The visual effects was awesome and it gives us an out-of-this-world look of planet Krypton and the chaos in Metropolis was way better than that of the Avengers and Iron Man 3 combined. The standouts were Russell Crowe as Jor-El and Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent. Amy Adams' Lois Lane is just not your usual damsel in distress and Michael Shanon's Zod was also good. The most surprising of all is FAORA, General Zod's disciple. Henry Cavill's Superman fits the Superman of the 21st Century but needs more sense of humor. They say it's ZACK SNYDER's best movie to date but I say it's the BEST Superman movie to date!

Man of Steel is the Dark Knight version of Superman but much less darker and full of emotions.
Trying really hard to be Avenger...
The worst reboot..scratch that the worst movie of all time

Reading peoples reviews makes me wonder we might have seen a totally different movies.. I signed up on IMDb just to leave my review for this crap of a movie I saw. Going into the movie I was probably its biggest promoter telling everyone I know or met to go see this movie when it comes out...since I first heard about the movie. After watching it I was disappointed beyond words and angered by what they did to the essence of what superman character/story was. I see people stating its not superman its new this that.. I say f that.. granted one has free artistic vision to tell a story the way they want but to take an iconic character and change the true essence of the character to the point it ruins it.

Mr Snyder go back to watchmen and 300 crap...when you play with such iconic character you don't change it and ruin it for many who grew up admiring superman. The movie throughout suffered from a disease called "I want to be Avenger so bad". So mush so...that the movie last seen of alien invasion/ destruction of a metropolis city was beyond trying hard to be avengers.. So much for artistic vision.. The movie had so many flaws I don't even know where to begin..

If I could give less than 1 rating on IMDb I would give it - 10. This movie doesn't even deserve recognition let alone a positive rating..
The Greatest Comic Book Story - Evolved, Modernized, and Retold
It is rare that I am able to see a movie on opening night. In fact, I can't remember the last time I did. Anyways, I had this movie marked off the calendar and I will guarantee that this review is the most unbiased and most truthful of any you will ever read for Man of Steel. This is the review of the greatest comic book story ever told by a movie watcher that has no loyalties to either DC or Marvel.

First of all, I will say that if you are a fan of Superman in any way, ignore the negative reviews you have heard or read so far and see the movie for yourself. Trust me, you can do a lot worse, and it is hard to find many movies that are much better.

The storytelling of Superman assumes the viewer already knows the story. It doesn't treat the viewer as dumb as what I felt some of the recent movies on Marvel's side have done. There are many flashbacks to his early years and it is up to the viewer to put the pieces together as new scenes are shown. Basically, there is a lot of foreshadowing and flashbacks - probably the most I've seen for a movie - even more than the Dark Knight Trilogy. This isn't bad or good. It is different.

That is what makes this movie fresh. It is far from a remake and if you are looking for someone to take up Christopher Reeves shoes, look elsewhere. This Superman is updated and slightly darker, but more real. It is just a new story told. And that is where I find the fascination with Superman 1 and 2 so confusing. If one looks at why they were successful, they will see that the first had very little competition (1978) and the second was basically mostly shot when the first was made. This is undisputed. And since both movies were the first blockbusters to tell the Superman story, there was nothing to really compare it to.

Man of Steel does has some flaws and I can see where people might complain. Having seen many movies myself, there were set pieces and scenes where I wasn't sure if I was watching War of the Worlds, Independence Day, or Matrix Revolutions. I won't go into details on that but I will say there were some peculiar similarities. Perhaps studios are using the same CGI engines? Overall, this movie is just well written and the cast is nearly perfect. Amy Adams plays a believable Lois Lane and Henry Cavill, IMO, is the most legit looking Superman in any TV show or movie. While Michael Shannon got some laughs by the audience on some overly dramatic scenes, I think he played General Zod as good as anyone could.

The huge plus I have for this movie is what they avoided. One of Superman's character flaws is his only "weakness". You know what it is and it isn't mentioned anywhere in this movie. I think that is great and gives the possibility for sequels. Secondly, the whole identity thing is a thing of the past. It was never a great trait to the story and this movie franchise seems to have fresh ideas on how to portray Superman. However, you can't get away with the fact that Superman is not Batman and doesn't have the story lines or villains that make Batman so outstanding. Batman's mortality is also what makes him able to relate to everyone.

Aside from some minor setbacks, this movie is excellent. My other complaint is that Hans Zimmer's music, while epic, wasn't allowed to be as epic as it could have been. Scenes were cut short and so was the score that played through the movie. I think the editing could have been better to let the music play through scenes.

Man of Steel is better than Avengers, Thor, and Captain America, IMO, but not up to the level of any of the Dark Knight Trilogy. Either way I have a feeling it won't get the respect it deserves. All I'm saying is to watch the movie and decide for yourself. 9/10
A well deserved and long awaited portrayal of Superman
After a disappointing start to summer movies with Iron Man 3, 2013 seemed like a weak year for movies. Followed by a decent Star Trek sequel, a very successful and unexpected Fast and Furious 6 as well as an out of nowhere decent flick Now You See Me, the reins were handed to Man of Steel to be the summer blockbuster to blow everyone away.

Man of Steel is a solid movie as a whole. The plot suffers from clichés and it is rushed to death, but some substantial stuff is there. Performances all around are good but special mentions go to Russell Crow and Kevin Costner for an outstanding job. As far as an action flick goes...expect a lot of it. If you thought the previews had all the action...boy, you're in for a surprise. The movie is nonstop action, things blow up and get destroyed at least five minutes within one another and the last hour of the film defines mayhem. As a superman film, here is where Man of Steel succeeds.

Henry Cavill was an outstanding Clark Kent. His portrayal was on point: charismatic, fragile but strong, charming but menacing, and a pretty boy for the ladies if they felt turned off by the Fourth of July over the top action sequences that were taking place around him. The storyline was very fragmented but his character was made out to be a lot more interesting and less cheesy than other films, but still had its flaws.

Now, for General Zod. As excited as I was to see a villain that can rival Superman and a break from the overused Lex Luthor, he was too much for the first film. Why do I say this? His character was developed rather poorly and his dialogue sounded very similar to that of many other villains that we have seen before. Despite that, the final fight scene was memorable. You get what you expect. Two titans go at it for a good amount of time and if there fighting does not pump your adrenaline, go check your pulse.

Man of Steel. The best of summer 2013 so far, one of the best Superman film (if not the best to date), amazing action flick (believe it or not, people might say it has too much action), and overall one of the much better superhero movies out there only rivaled by Nolan's batman trilogy (Someone give the Justice League a green light, Bale and Cavill? That would be unbelievable). Forget the critics, everyone has something to enjoy here, thats for sure.
The worst film ever made. Fact.
Without a doubt the worst film ever made. Ugly, stupid, loud, and monotonous, The-Film-That-Must-Not-Be-Named represents a significant dumbing-down of blockbuster filmmaking that has done irreparable damage to the film industry in general, and to society as well. Its nightmarish vision of the world and apocalyptic visuals are, in part, responsible for a climate of pessimism and malaise that has overtaken the world. It also sterilized wildlife within 300 yards of every theater it was played in.

Over the course of its bloated runtime, this war crime of a movie casually endorses the manslaughter of a school bus full of children, defies every convention of storytelling known to man with a lazily constructed and meandering plot, and finally ends with over an hour's worth of 9/11 footage. In order to sate the audience's eternal bloodlust, Hack Snyder brings down buildings at a near- constant rate, smothering the audience in a bluish-grey haze of rubble and dust. After killing half the population of the planet, Superman kisses Lois Lane amidst a vast, blank expanse of incinerated human remains.

Snyder also incorporates childish Jesus metaphors, product placement, and not-so-subtle rip-offs of every popular film made since 1999 into his magnum opus. His audience, a group of drooling neanderthals called "DC fanboys," lap it all up, as their senses have been dulled and their growth stunted by decades of reading pulpy comic books in their parents' basements. These acne-ridden neckbeards are too stupid to understand why their favorite films are critically panned, and whine constantly about "Marvel bias" as a welcome distraction from their own crushing virginity. Sad.

The-Film-That-Must-Not-Be-Named: 0/10.
God awful
Worst film I have seen in about 10 years. I was originally going to see star trek, but watched this due to the fact some of my party had already seen Star trek into darkness. What can I say? Shallow characters, bad acting, terrible script, long winded hard to swallow fight scenes combined with a storyline that made no sense. It started off alright, Russel Crowe's performance was solid and the storyline seemed good, but then it fell apart, with characters so weak that you didn't even care if they lived or died (sorry Laurence Fishburne & co).

Maybe it was due to the fact I kept expecting it to get better but I sat through the whole thing (not to mention that it seemed to go on forever), Cheesy lines and boring fight scenes don't mix. Oh yeah the fight scenes, Jesus, nothing more exciting than seeing two people knock each other through buildings only for them to get up completely unscathed...like 15 times? I get that they have superhuman strength, but surely they should be able to hurt each other?

I LOVE films, love sci-fi too but this film is fit for the bin. Can't believe how much positive feedback it's getting. weak =(
One of the most frustratingly underwhelming experiences I've had in cinemas
After watching Man Of Steel, my opinion of pretty much everyone involved in a creative capacity was substantially lowered. To see the product of such a talented collection of filmmakers, many having created films I've thoroughly enjoyed, be so joyless and feel so unfinished and rough around the edges and blunt, is very disheartening. Ultimately after the film was over, it really felt like I had watched an imitation of a blockbuster film, made by people who just didn't know what they were doing, or trying to say.

The movie is technically brilliant. CGI is superb. It was shot on film using anamorphic lenses, which I really appreciate for the look it creates. But what the film actually captured, and what the CGI was overlaid on top of, the actual movie, the story, is a flatline. The filmmakers just strung together a bunch of trailer shots and told Hans Zimmer to "do that thing you do", and that is it. There is no substance here. There is almost no character interplay, so many scenes basically only has two characters interacting. There is no effort from the filmmakers to actually weave the characters in the film into an engaging storyline, playing multiple characters off each other, exploring the dynamics of superman having two father figures. Superman has only sporadic dialogue, of which only a small percentage actually has substance and isn't just written to be a cool soundbite for the trailers.

The rest of the film is just a blur of CGI destruction imagery you would be hard pressed to differentiate from Transformers or Star Trek, which I was devastated to realize while in the cinema. The last 3rd of the film is in essence a particle effects demo from the effects houses involved.

I really cannot recommend this film to anyone. If you haven't seen a few previous films that destroy cities on massive scales it might still be a novelty you won't regret spending money on, but for anyone who wants to watch a movie with characters that engage you emotionally, stay away until you can watch it free of charge. Considering the film wanted to explore the character, and the huge possibilities that lie with Clark Kents dual heritage, where he belongs, who he is as a person, this film is one of the biggest creative failures in recent memory.
Superman is no longer Super
Man of Steel

*1/2 (out of 4)

143 mins/ 12

Cast: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe, Antje Traue, Harry Lennix, Richard Schiff, Christopher Meloni, Kevin Costner, Laurence Fishburne

Director: Zack Snyder

Plot: A young Clark Kent is forced to discover his inner-alien when members of his planet threaten to destroy Earth if he does not come to them.

JJ's Verdict: The road has been extremely rocky when it comes to Superman films. We have had the good (Superman, Superman Returns), the okay (Superman II, Superman III) and the extremely terrible (Superman IV: The Quest For Peace). To my ultimate disappointment, Man of Steel falls into the final group. The problem with Man of Steel is that although Christopher Nolan and Zack Snyder have created a more realistic Superman origin story, they have sucked all the life, emotion and fun out of the Superman franchise. What is so adored about the previous films is that they have a sense of not taking themselves seriously and are just there to enjoy. You got the sense that Christopher Reeve's Superman wasn't taking it seriously either. When Christopher Nolan turned Batman darker and more realistic it wasn't really an issue. The previous films weren't particularly loved by a huge fan base and what worked with Batman Begins is that it is made realistic and believable. Superman, on the other hand, can never be realistic. A man with superpowers coming from a distant planet called Krypton can never be realistic, so however dark and grim they try to make it, it is totally unbelievable and almost laughable. Man of Steel tells the story of Clark Kent, who is actually an alien from the planet Krypton. Clark is forced to discover his alien parentage after members of his race begin to invade Earth. That, I'm afraid is the only story in a whole two hours and twenty minutes. The first hour is just about Clark discovering himself and Lois Lane discovering him. There are lots of long dialogue scenes and no action outside the opening 15 minutes. Then for the final hour we get an action overload with no time to rest or breathe. If they wanted to make an engaging and interesting film, they should have had some action, dialogue, action, dialogue etc. but instead they just tried to pack it all into one part of the film.

This action, although decent looking, seems all CGI, bar Henry Cavill's face – yes, even the cape was CGI. Gone is John Williams' charming Superman theme. Instead we have a score from Hans Zimmer, which is probably very good, but the action is so loud and noisy that I could only capture the odd change in pitch or note length. The action itself has even more problems. It is very focused on Superman and never shows us the full scale of villain, General Zod's attack. It is only at the film's end when we see an apocalypse-like Metropolis that you realise the amount of destruction, which leads you to think; did that really just happen?

Because the film is an emotionless mess, the acing is of course very mediocre. Henry Cavill puts on a brave face but his acting skills are very-much lacking. The transformation of Lois Lane from a fun, likable damsel-in-distress to a nosey, busybody action star is horrible to see. Amy Adams, although usually good, struggles to work with an underwritten character and in doing so, comes across cold. Her relationship with Clark seems very forced and almost comes out of nowhere. Michael Shannon's Zod is a monotone bore, who shows no effort to try and step out of his one- dimensional baddie role and Russell Crowe's Kor-El is bold but boring and both are a long way from Terence Stamp and Marlon Brando, who previously held those roles.

I am happy to tell you that there are a few good parts of this film. Flashbacks to Clark's childhood are extremely moving and emotional as he struggles with his superhero powers. Kevin Costner and Diane Lane, who portray his adoptive parents, put in the best performances of the film and you feel their pain along with Clark's. The other standout performance is Laurence Fishburne who gives a quirky take on The Daily Planet's editor, Perry White. Man of Steel will please teenagers who care little about emotion and charm in their films; they just want to see things getting blown up. When questioned why he is saving Earth from Zod, Superman replies with something about loving Earth. He is telling us this, but unlike Reeve's Superman, he never shows his love for the people; only his frustration at being an outcast. And this is the real problem with this supposedly 'fun superhero' film. Superman is no longer fighting for truth, justice and the American Way. He is fighting for himself. Superman, the most iconic of them all, is no longer a super hero.
Even for Marvel fans this is a must GO!
The trailers of this movie were released in a so effective way that you start to fear if the product will fill your expectations. And with the usual critics-know-about-everything-nothing-is-good- to-me reviews the chances of be confused about this are increasing. As high as the expectations were raised after trailers, i have to tell you that you will not disappointed with this movie. Is different in many ways to the usual superhero movies but is a solid product that fits in what you expect from this kind of film. Nice references to previous movies are well executed and new plot additions are well received too. As you can expect from a Zack Snyder movie, there are several scenes that try to resemble graphic novel arts and in my opinion are very well made. Some of the nicest things about this movie is the way they made the fast moving scenes. The most of them (unfortunately i can't say all of them) look very realistic according laws of physics, the CGI are so well made that you wish that development for many movies you seen before. The movements are what you expect if such kind of people exist in reality.

About the plot, i believe this is the more controversial point of what i see in reviews across the internet. Most moviegoers like it a lot, but are critics the ones ( not all of them) that are giving mixed reviews. What you realize is that critics expect another Dark Knight but this movie is not looking to be a darker one of your beloved Superman. If you are smart enough to understand that this is ANOTHER hero you will be happy with the story. If you are looking for a fourth darker than Batman movie for sure you will agree with critics giving bad reviews. This is a Superman movie and in that scenario this is a very good one.

The movie has some flaws to me for sure ( i don't know about a perfect movie) but i will not comment about that as i believe everyone need to discover by themselves what - if any- dislike for their preferences.

In summary this is a super hero movie that even Marvel fans will appreciate as is giving a whole new level to a classic story, turning the most beloved hero in an actual hero and mixing a great graphic novel specialist with great digital artists to give you a full action packed movie that make a good foundations for sequels.
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