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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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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.
I Lost Faith In Humanity!... This Movie broke my heart!
I know that this is not a sequel to the other films or series... But if something should exist in this one is the consistency... You can not just take a symbol (for some like me sacred) such as SUPERMAN and make this joke called MAN OF STEEL only for get a lot of money (that is called "sell your soul")... The essence of Superman is that he is the symbol of hope, because of that SUPERMAN is not a SUPER-MAN by their supernatural powers, instead he is by their conviction, principles and values​​, the teachings of his father Jhonathan and what learns JOR-EL (not in 5 minutes)...


-SUPERMAN does not kill!!! (No matter what happens)

-Jhonathan always will protect Clark's secret, but never say it was better to let children die because of it. never!

-Jor-El dies stabbed? Lara dies alone???

-Jhonathan dies in a hurricane, and Clark does not do anything???

-Clark becomes Superman in less than 5 minutes, only for wearing the suit?

-Lois Lane tells almost half the planet that Clark is SUPERMAN (she even goes to the Kent house, looking for Clark with the police)...

-SUPERMAN does not kill... Did i told you that???

I've always admired the work of Kevin Costner, Russell Crowe, Lawrence Fishburne, Diane Lane, among others... But I can not understand that they have agreed to participate in a film that should inspire people to always be better based on the fact that the truth, justice, equality and above all humanity are most powerful things of all the universe.

Today my heart feels stabbed and my faith in humanity more destroyed than ever, the few things that inspired me to always become a better person is destroyed, trampled and spit like crap ... Even worse is to see the indifference of those who criticize the movies and say that it is an excellent movie just to be full of special effects an a history without sense... Even I read someone say that Henry Cavill is much better SUPERMAN than Christopher Reeve, when the truth is that Chris Reeve was much more SUPER MAN in real life until the end of his days, than it was in their own movies...

I think at heart, that this team had in its hands the opportunity to do something magical, colossal but, they waste time in making this blockbuster only by the desire of the money ...

Dc Comics I will not even think of the anger I have against you right now!

I just hope that IMDb publish this review as it was written so that if any person connected directly with the creators of this movie can understand my frustration and maybe if they plan to make a sequel to this movie rectify and understand that they are are dealing not only with a success at the box office but the idea that behind that "S" which means HOPE hides much more... SUPERMAN is not a comic, not a fantasy character, not a marketing article... It is an idea, a way of life, that there are still good things in the world... respect that!

This is a translation with the help of Google Translate
I wish I could give it a zero
That's because it should not have been made.

I had no use for another Superman film. The Christopher Reeve films are there for us forever. The filmmakers of Superman Returns made a huge error with their storyline and therefore created what turned out to be a bad experience, but I would have given them a second chance. When they announced MOS as a reboot, I did not understand why anyone would bother. But when I heard Christopher Nolan was involved I figured there must be something good about it, since I love every film of his that I've seen.

Well it's apparent that the only reason for this film was to make money. The ONLY reason. Sears, IHOP, 7-ELeven, and U-Haul logos are shoved into your face during one of the "climactic" action scenes. And I mean you could see the washing machines at Sears. It was that bad. Beyond that those action scenes were just smashing scenes. Smashing buildings, smashing cars, smashing asphalt. The Hulk would have gotten sick of all the smashing. Just debris everywhere for a good half an hour. It literally made me tired. And the effects looked bad. People are tolerating this in movies lately for some reason but nothing about Superman flying or the explosions or the debris looked real. I don't understand how in 2013 the effects are looking faker/worse but they are. I guess to the video game crowd it doesn't matter, but my eyes want to believe what they're seeing even if it's a fantastical story.

The actors can't be blamed. They wanted to be a part of Superman. I get that. The fact is there wasn't anything they could have done to improve or make this movie worse. It was always going to be utter garbage. The story is stupid, the dialog is atrocious. I really sat there for about two hours wanting to slap someone, anyone. I haven't written a comment here in so long, but I had to. It was just that bad.
Everything for everyone
When 'Superman Returns' first hit theaters, we all thought "Finally, a good superman film that we can all enjoy". Sadly, we were very, very wrong, and personally I'm glad I didn't wait for hours on a ticket. Point is, I had pretty low expectations when I heard about "Man of Steel", and the trailers didn't help that much either, so when I finally saw it a few weeks after it's release, I was literally blown away buy it's awesomeness! The action scenes were the perfect fan dreams finally realized, the way General Zod was portrayed in a non- over the top way (by the way, no offense to the original) finally seeing Krypton in it's grand size and wonder, the casting and every single performance, I loved it all. Then I saw it again on Blu-ray, and I loved it even more. First, the characterization is astounding, not too little and not bogging us down, the way we see Superman deal with and struggle in finding his place on earth just rising above everything, the symbolism used deepening the film and making us care even more, how we see Zod actually have a motivation for his actions willing to do anything to save Krypton and having him so focused on his goal, and the way this film actually makes us think and challenges us to think about the morals portrayed here. This film, for the serious movie goers/ mature audience can appreciate the non-clichéd characters, back stories and they're personality; the fan boys can appreciate the action/effects, etc. Now, I can see why there are those who dislike or flat out hate this film, and while I respectfully disagree, I also respect your decisions and reasoning. All in all, I love this film.
Man of S***
Man of Steel.... you could have been so great. You could have brought us a new superhero franchise to look forward to, something akin to the Dark Knight Trilogy. Instead you brought a failure of a movie, in almost all regards. Before I continue though, I should let all you readers know that my ranking for this movie is not 1 out of 10, as the stars may indicate. My real rating will come at the end of this review. The reason I put up 1 star in the rating section is because I feel that the overall rating is far too high, and this is my foolish attempt to counteract that rating. Now then, let's take a look at Man of Steel, and why it goes so terribly wrong.

First off, I am not a superman fan. In fact, I am not much of a superhero fan. Thus, I never review superhero movies by how closely they follow the source material, nor do I get upset when a superhero movie spits in the face of its source material. I look at Superhero movies as regular movies, judging them by how well they perform in the parameters they create for themselves. And it is as a regular movie, that Man of Steel truly fails.

Plot: First and foremost, I thought the plot was... so - so. It certainly had potential, and it most certainly could have entertained. The problem is, it didn't. The first half of the movie started out great. We get some interesting back story, character development, etc. But the moment Superman leaves General Zod's ship, the s*** really hits the fan. All plot is dropped, dialogue goes to hell, all hope is lost. It seems as if those who made this movie simply gave up and figured an hour of explosions and fight scenes would carry this movie to the finish line. Suffice to say, it fails miserably, leaving the viewer in a furious rage. In addition, there are numerous plot holes in this movie, far too many for me to deal with, as I'm sure other reviewers already have.

Direction: I am aware that there are some people who enjoy Zack Snyder's work. I am not one of them. The man is a total buffoon and should not be let anywhere near a camera. He may believe his work is edgy and unique, but it is simply annoying. Why won't the camera stay still? Why can't it give us a direct angle? Why won't it focus on what is actually going on in the scene instead of leaving most of the action off to the side of the picture? Watching this movie is like experiencing a dream. You wake up knowing what happened in the dream, but you can't really recall ever seeing the events unfold. That's because you didn't, because the bloody camera wouldn't stay still long enough to let you see what's happening. Another problem is the editing. I swear they managed to fit in hundreds of different shots in one 5 minute scene. Needless to say, the direction was my least favorite part of this movie.

Screenplay: Simply terrible. This screenplay is simply terrible. The dialogue makes me want to kill myself. It's that bad. If you're used to smart dialogue from such classics as the Godfather, Pulp Fiction, or Goodfellas, be prepared to want to rip your ears off. Trust me, if you're not deaf after the sound effects in this movie (more on this later), you'll wish you had been.I cannot believe David S. Goyer, who worked on the Dark Knight, managed to put out this garbage. If you ever watch another film with Chris Nolan attached, be sure its Jonathon Nolan writing the screenplay, and not this hack.

Special Effects: Reasonably good. Personally, I hate movies that overuse special effects (and when I say overuse, I mean they're used in just about every scene). No special effect, no matter how good, is ever going to convince me that it's real. But that's not where this movie suffers. Where it really falls apart is the sound effects, which are simply brutal on the ears. An hour of loud explosion sounds does not exactly make up for the terrible dialogue.

Acting: Probably the best part of the movie. I have no reason to fault the actors. They did the best with what they were given. No Oscar winners here, but they did an admirable job.

So, in conclusion, this is movie that fails in just about every way possible. By the end, I simply wanted to leave and forget about it. For that reason, I give it 3 out of 10 stars, as the the first half was watchable and the acting was pretty good.
Man of steel for a new generation!
Critics believe this movie is missing out so many things, this could be true but Snyder has made up for this in directing, David S. Goyer and Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight trilogy.) have made up for this in the story. People expect this Man Of Steel to be exactly like the classics. They expect Cavil to be exactly like Christopher Reeve. They are not. We are in a different age now, an age with darker people, darker villains and darker heroes. The only way we can pretend that a superman can exist in this age is to redefine him to a different time. This Superman is what happens when you think 'what would it be like if an alien like Kal-El existed on this earth with our problems. I believe the design of this Superman trilogy (if it becomes one.) is to freshen things up and to be a journey and show the viewers that Clark has to become a certain man before he can guide humanity towards a new tomorrow. Why is this film getting all the bad reviews when Morrison is doing the exact same things with the comic books? Sadly this film doesn't go in depth on the romance between Superman and Lois and Clark and Lois. The beginning on krypton is fairly rushed but can you blame Goyer and Nolan from trying not to make it too long. I only saw this film 5 hours ago and I'm impressed with it and how Superman has to discover who he needs to become and he needs to fight the urge to kill as he killed Zod to save the lives of a family but he needs to learn there is always another option. I can't wait to see him discover that and I can't wait to see the rest of Kal-El's journey. Overall the acting was spectacular, especially from Cavil, Crowe, Adams, Chanon and basically the rest of the cast.
Wow, what a super-mess.
The biggest question going into "Man of Steel," is whether or not Christopher Nolan can bring the same down-to-Earth psychology to Superman that he did to Batman. The quick answer: not entirely. Yes, he and director Zack Snyder have created a well-mounted action picture – they get the fight scenes just right – but in trying to deal with the deep scars of Superman's origins, they have put together a movie that sometimes feels choppy and more than a bit hurried.

The movie opens beautifully on the Planet Krypton wherein Superman's father Jor-El (Russell Crowe) is dealing with two problems at the same time. First, his planet is dying and no one will listen. Second, Krypton's military leader General Zod (Michael Shannon) has organized a coup against the planet's elders and intends to overthrow them. As you already know, Jor-El's plan is to send his son, named Kal-El, to Earth where he will be safe. Zod, who learns of his plan, vows revenge. These scenes work well. Krypton looks appropriately apocalyptic and the movie establishes some information (unspoiled here) about little Kal-El that we haven't seen before.

Then for the next hour, or so, the movie becomes a chaotic mess. Scenes of Superman's origins as a child are intercut with scenes of Superman as an adult so that we never have a clear story to sink our teeth into. One minute he's an adult working as a crab fisherman, and the next minute he's a little boy saving kids on a school bus. We never get the great homages to Americana. We don't get scenes of Clark's Kansas upbringing where he discovers his powers. Scenes are so hurried that you feel as if you are just watchng highlights, rather than completed scenes. The movie is in such a hurry to move things along that we never feel that we're getting to know the man of steel. Diane Lane and Kevin Costner play his Earth parents who dispatch home-spun advice, but they pop up almost as cameos.

The third act of the movie, when Superman and Zod square off is where the movie picks up. Zod, now a Kryptonian prisoner, wants to turn the Earth into a new version of Krypton at the expense of the population already residing there. That idea comes to life mostly due in part to the performance of Michael Shannon. Shannon is one of our best and most intense actors – check him out sometime in the great "Take Shelter." Here he brings General Zod down to Earth, so to speak. He wants a planet to rule but there's nothing flashy or erudite about his personality. Shannon plays the role pretty close to the bone and that's appropriate.

British actor Henry Cavill in the title role has a great screen presence, but as you watch him, you sense that he will grow into the role if given another chance. He's not given a lot to say.

And his relationship with Lois Lane? What relationship? Her role (played by Amy Adams) is to be a nosy journalist, follow her leads and smoke out the identity of Superman, but there is nothing resembling a romance here. Except for one chaste kiss, they almost seem like just good buddies. There is a suggestion that their love affair is being held over for the sequel, but why not deal with it here? Of course, the standard for the man of steel lies is Richard Donner's 1978 classic with Christopher Reeve. That film was a beautiful four act play, laying out Superman's origins from Krypton to Smallville to Metropolis and to his adventure in California. Some of that energy is here, but in trying to give the movie the same tone as Nolan's Batman pictures, it's often wobby. It's a good movie at its best moments but, in truth, it needed some work.
Secret of the "S"
In a year that has already given us stinkers like "A Good Day To Die Hard", "G.I.Joe: Retaliation" or "After Earth", hopes were rather high as far as "Man Of Steel" was concerned. Unfortunately, it turns out to be just another turkey; no story as such, no character development, no intelligent dialogs, and, above all, absolutely no humor. What we get is a numbing, hollow spectacle with far too many fights, explosions and collapsing buildings. You cannot really blame the actors, though. In the given circumstances they do the best they can, but their efforts are in vain. The only surprising information we get concerns the "S" on Superman's costume, which is supposed to stand for the Kryptonian symbol of hope. Well, as far as I am concerned, it should rather be interpreted as "SHIT SELLS".
The Superman We Deserve!
I had the privilege to see Man of Steel a little early and let me say it does not disappoint plus we quite possibly get the best movie of the summer and the best Superman since the 1978 Christopher Reeve classic.

The plot is as follows: A young boy discovers he has powers and not of this earth, so as a young man he must discover where he came from and why he was sent here while along the way saving the world from annihilation and becoming the symbol of hope for all mankind.

The Man of Steel completely reshapes the way we see Superman from the ground up in a way that feels new and fresh. We of course owe this to director Zach Snyder and writer/producers Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer.

The film stars Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman who makes the role his own along with everyone else in the cast that includes Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane, Kevin Costner, Laurence Fishburne, and Russell Crowe. All these actors are phenomenal and have a good dynamic together that really shows particularly with Cavill and Adams who are dynamite together.

This movie is essentially perfection from the ground up for many reasons that include direction, cinematography, casting, screenplay, special effects, pacing, acting, and story. You can tell everybody involved really cares for Superman and want to open up an exciting new mythology for audiences of all ages.

The bottom line is watch this movie whether or not your fan of Superman or movies in general. Man of Steel is one fun ride that's completely new and fresh.... Plus there are plenty of easter eggs to get any Superman fan excited for the next step in this franchise. 10/10
What defines perfection!
Man of Steel - I thought it's gonna be like The Amazing Spiderman at first. Same storyline, same plot, and just a little bit fresh look and technology touch up for a new millennial version of a superhero movie. Watching it for the first hour, I was about to give it a solid 4/5, until it went up to such perfection level of watching satisfaction. The storyline was quite impressive, without losing its originality but a better improvement in line. The plotting of the synopsis was done amazingly different than the other versions of Superman we ever saw in the theater. And characteristically, it was perfectly put on such great screenplay. I wasn't sure if Henry Cavill was a suitable role player with Amy Adams for the Clark-Loise characters, but through out the movie, they seemed like doing the best as it should. Clark is a good choice. And I can see there's somewhere in the scenes, Tom Welling is never left behind for the heroic role. He resembles him very much. And not to forget, there are some extra credit deserved to this movie, which somehow balanced the movie to its perfection. I even love the arts of its photography. It was full of drama and actions, emotions and everything else needed to be there in a great, legendary film should be. Everything was perfectly there, from the storyline itself, the plotting, the casting, the cinematography, the screenplay, the actions and all the effects, the plus and minus, and the everything. It was perfectly superb! If you're ever wanted for a great movie, this is one of your definite option! Almost there, full stars!
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