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Man of Steel
USA, UK, Canada
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
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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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Even the 3D sucks.
I loved Zack Snyder's debut movie, the thrilling 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead; it must have been beginner's luck, because everything I have seen by the guy since has been utter garbage, with Man of Steel being no exception. Two and a half hours of superficial, overblown, CGI packed nonsense that fails spectacularly to make an emotional connection with the viewer in the first hour and thereafter settles for mindless action, the film is worse than I expected—and I never expected it to be good.

The special effects employed in 1978's Superman The Movie might have been crude in comparison to the spectacular mayhem presented here, but as an overall experience, the Christopher Reeve film wins hands down, director Richard Donner giving his audience humour, pathos and a genuine sense of awe, helped in no small part by the wonderful John Williams score; Snyder achieves only boredom, his huge explosions and random destruction rapidly becoming extremely tedious.

Tall, muscular and handsome, Henry Cavill makes for an impressive Supes (even in his dingy 21st century version of the iconic costume), Michael Shannon is suitably imposing as General Zod, and although Amy Adams is miscast as feisty reporter Lois Lane, I never complain when she is on-screen. But as hard as the cast might try, the magic is simply not there, David S. Goyer's plot-hole ridden script and Snyder's soul-less direction making this as bad as, if not worse than, Superman Returns (2006).

4.5 out of 10, generously rounded up to 5 for Ms. Adams—who is as lovely as always—and that bad-ass, dark-haired Kryptonian chick, both of whom helped prevent me from dozing off.

***EDIT*** I've changed my mind, this is only worth a 4 at best.
Buildings blowing,pumps exploding,guns blazing,CGI and special effects overflowing...NOT WHAT I WANTED
I had been waiting for Man Of Steel for more than a year. Watched all its trailers on IMDb itself. And look what they did.

Snyder wanted to make his masterpiece. He probably considers himself a genius. But seriously are we so foolish that we consider such a movie with no decent plot and no clever twists or character development not only good but GREAT.Well its not.

The first half is basically introducing kal-el and his extraordinary abilities and hiding them from the world. It is slow , uninteresting but however provides decent possibility of a lift up in the second half

Now is when it gets worse.

The second half is filled with special effects, CGI and nothing more.The last half hour had me yawning and cursing zack snyder.

This could have been a masterpiece. It had all the elements but missed the thread that ties it all together. And i do not think that nolan was associated with the project in any creative way. The first half was nothing special and the second half was just blowing stuff and 'aliens' beating each other,buildings been torn apart and similar BS.

Almost all the actors were wasted.Although Kevin Costner was good in the screen time he had. Russel Crowe was completely wasted and so was adams. Henry Cavill didn't have to do much but to make weird sex faces while flying. Nothing special about the others either.

I had great expectations from this but they were not met. Rather i left the theater bored, cheated and poorer.

So i suggest not to waste your money on this.The 3d was nothing special either. Overall this was a huge disappointment.

And please don't compare this to Batman Begins. Its not even in the same class.

1/10 and thats because i am a generous fella........and i don't have a choice.
Most Epic Superman Movie Yet!!!
I saw this movie the day before it came out with this special Wal-Mart exclusive ticket for the movie, but just watched it a second time and it was Good the first time but AMAZING the second time. This movie follows the true story of superman when it comes too the comic book back in 1939, if your a fan of Smallville the show on the CW network but just ended in may of 2011 after 10 years on Television then you will be confused with parts of this movie because in smallville and in the 1970's superman movie, Jonathon Kent died of a heart attack when Clark was just 17 years old but in This movie he dies saving his dog and a boy from a tornado and he gets sucked right in, though Clark was right there and could have saved him, Jonathon didn't want him to reveal his secret to the world so asked him telepathically not to save him unfortunately this is not how it truly happened. again in Smallville Clark knew two friends Clhoe Sullivan and Pete Ross, in Man of Steel, Pete ross was a young bully in high school and grew up to be a manager of the local IHOP(International House of Pancakes) again, this is not how it truly was. and as for clhoe Sullivan, she never existed in the superman universe, she was a made up character for the Smallville t.v. show. In smallville, Clark meets Lois Lane while he is still in High School and grows up to work with her at the Daily Planet and later marries her. In Man of Steel, he meets her in a completely different way and she finds out that he is Superman right away, this is also very different than the 1970's movies, the 1950's TV show and Smallville TV show. although there are many plot holes, this movie still stays true to the legacy that is Superman and has Amazing Special effects and acting and directing, plus Henry Cavill does wonders playing the Hero role. Also in Man of Steel, Clark doesn't work for the Daily Planet yet nor does it show him get the job at all but Im sure later down the line he does. I love this movie and all Superman fans will relish in its Glory, true to all the story or not, the director made his own unique version of the Man of Steel and we all should marvel at this major motion picture. I love it and you all should too and that's why I Rate this a 10/10, acting 10/10, special effects 10/10 and Directing 10/10. Watch it, Cherish it and just plain pay attention, you'll all get it in the end, give it a chance and even if your not a superman fan, you'll love it cause its just an epic action movie in its own right.
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.
A Dreadful Effects-Laden Mess
If you're into special effects and umpteen CGI shots of characters fighting and punching each other through buildings, skyscrapers toppling, cars flying around, etc this movie IS for you. If, on the other hand, you are like me, and like a well-told story with characters you care about, with surprising twists and turns and perhaps some humour and moving moments, and yes, some great but not overwhelming effect sequences then give this one a miss.

Honest opinion - I just thought it was terrible. I've never walked out of a movie in my life at the cinema, but I came really close here. Krypton here becomes generic sci-fi planet number 87645, indistinguishable from all the others seen in recent sci-fi movies, complete with Avatar-like flying reptiles. It's totally forgettable, unlike the Krypton of the Donner film, which has dated but is totally memorable.

I'm trying to be fair here and not compare it to Donner's original Superman Movie, and the origin story is told differently, using flashbacks rather than sequential happenings.

But in truth Clark's tough time growing up, not knowing who he really is,etc, just doesn't work. It could have been interesting, but it merely becomes irritating after a while. "Not Young Clark Again" I found myself muttering as the movie unfolded.

Henry Cavill was pretty dull as Kal-EL/Clark. I don't say Superman as the film makers appear pretty embarrassed to even name him until very late in the proceedings. The actors I largely hated. Only Russell Crowe stood out for me; I'm not really a fan of his but he did a good job.

Zod was a one note villain with the actor wearing a one-note, evil-rage expression throughout. Lois Lane's montage of investigating Superman is hilariously bad. I actually felt sorry for the poor actress who had to perform the role it was so badly written.

But the prize buffoon is surely Costner. I found Pa Kent's death unintentionally funny; yep he tries to rescue the family dog - and his willingness to let a bus load of children die in order to preserve Clark's secret superpowers staggeringly wrong.

And the action - scene after scene of repetitive fights, awful dialogue, forgettable music. After an hour I just couldn't wait for the whole thing to end.

And people still continue to fall for the spoon-fed tripe that Hollywood churns out. For the record I enjoyed the recent Dark Knight and Iron Man movies but this is a long way below the standards of those flicks....
Gave me motion sickness
A word of warning: This film made me physically ill. That is not a joke or a figure of speech. This movie literally gave me a bad case of motion sickness by halfway through, and it never let up. Had I been alone I probably would have left the theater and not returned. This marks the first time any professionally made movie has managed to do this to me in three decades of watching movies. If this represents the future of cinema I guess I'll have to stop going to the theater altogether.

The cause? The filmmaker abusively overuses Battlestar Galactica style shaky camera effects, super-fast pans and zooms and "oops the camera lost focus for a second" effects. It never lets up. They use shaky camera even in scenes where it is entirely inappropriate, like filming two people having a quiet non-moving conversation on a porch, or in an office. The random camera motion just never stops.

If you like action, boy will you love this movie. It's all kinds of action-ey. Boy howdy. Yessir, it's got all kinds of action. Have no fear, the action is not lacking at all. Action, action, action. It's non-stop action, you might even say.

If you like special effects, man will you love this film. It's got the special-est special effects since… I don't know, Iron Man 3 or something. And lots of 'em! We've got effects here, effects there, effects everywhere! E-I-E-I-O!

If you like Product Placement[™], my oh my you will absolutely go Bananas[™] for this high quality Hollywood Blockbuster[™], which contains excellent, frequent and quite obvious Product Placement[™]. There will never be a moment when you say to yourself, "I really haven't seen enough Product Placement[™] in this film yet." Nope.

If you like terrible, jarring scene transitions that often make no sense, well, after this delight of a film you will feel like you've had a delicious five-course meal made entirely of jarring, terribly confusing scene transitions. Including dessert!

If you like huge, ginormous plot holes big enough to drive a truck through, you will absolutely adore this flick, and you'll rush right back here and sing its praises.

And finally, if you like flat, poorly cast two-dimensional characters, you might not like this film. Because most of the characters are more one-dimensional.

Look, this is a really, really bad movie in many ways. It has a lot of serious, MAJOR problems. In fact it's so bad (and my motion sickness was so unpleasant) that it prompted me to finally register an IMDb account after at least 15 years of using this site without one, just so that I could post this review.

If you enjoy movies like Fast & Furious, you'll probably be part of the crowd that thinks this is the best movie ever made, and come back and call me an idiot. On the other hand, if you have the perception to notice when characters are flat and lifeless and writing is artificial and staged and as holey as Swiss cheese, you'll probably find this film to be a briefly entertaining bad joke like my wife and I did.

P. S. I hope I'm not the only one who is seriously disturbed by the tendency of big action films in recent years *COUGH*Transformers*COUGH* to have scenes of wanton urban destruction that would inevitably result in thousands of human deaths, while not showing anyone actually dying. These directors seem to have become disconnected from everyday human reality, which makes their films come across as hollow, artificial and lacking real emotional impact.
Would Superman Please Make Himself Known to the Audience
Here's the problem.

To make a successful Superman movie you only need one thing...


Not hard is it.

Why is it then that he is completely absent???

Sure there's a blue and red blob that zips from one scene to the next but I didn't pay to watch a pixelated blur.

I came to share a couple of hours with my favourite super hero of all time.

The guy who, when I was a kid, was on my bed clothes and whose outfit I proudly wore to every fancy dress party.

Alas it was not to be.

I'm not knocking Henry. He ticks a lot of the boxes but we just didn't spend any time with him. We didn't get to know him. We didn't care for him.

How could the writers of the brilliant Dark Knight series and the director of the equally brilliant Watchmen get it so wrong. Those films were all about character development.

We got to know them as human beings. We could relate.

Like the Iron Man trilogy, those movies weren't about the men in the suits, they were about the men. It made the moments they were in their suits so much more powerful.

And yet no. It was not to be.

I only hope they get it right next time.
Had the potential to be great, then Hollywood went CGI crazy
I believe I was first introduced to Man of Steel with the original trailer (more like a 20-second teaser than a trailer, of our hero bursting through the sky) while I sat in the cinema anticipating The Dark Knight Rises.

I left the cinema somewhat frustrated that day however, as The Dark Knight Rises was full of plot holes and writing that simply didn't make sense. Simply put; I felt Nolan got complacent after he absolutely nailed Batman Begins and the masterful Dark Knight.

Now we have a reboot of Superman, with Nolan as Producer and action-junkie Snyder as Director. Nolan seems to take up where he left off on the Dark Knight Rises by producing a movie filled with plot holes. I don't want to divulge any spoilers beyond what you will have gathered from the trailers, but to give 1 example, our villain (played by Michael Shannon) & his goons survive the demise of Krypton because they are outcast on a spaceship as 'punishment' for their crimes while the rest of the planet perishes. There you have it, an advanced Alien race living on a doomed planet is able save only 1 new born baby and a gang of crooks, despite having the technology to scope out and evaluate another planet in seconds, then terraform it to accommodate their race. Is this the standard of script-writing we can associated with Nolan now? After-all he served us up the genius plot of Gothams ENTIRE Police Force being trapped underground for 3 months, with no food, yet still able to charge out into the battlefield when Batman sets them free. Like The Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel is full of these kind of pot holes that is likely to leave even children scratching their heads.

I did however enjoy much of the first half of the film, Kevin Costner gives the best performance in this movie by a distance in my opinion. His emotional interactions with his adopted son are heartfelt and he plays a pivotal role in shaping Clark's path to finding himself. Snyder strings the background story together pretty well, maybe a little too much use of 'flashbacks', but Snyder's storytelling is actually good here... which is why it's all the more frustrating that he lost control in the 2nd half of the movie.

Once we have the back story in place and Superman gets some answers as to who he really is, well, this movie simply doesn't feel like Superman. He doesn't become the caped hero saving civilians from bank robbers (although we get a couple of instances of his good deeds before he ever dawns the cape). There's no disguise as Clark Kent, no news reporter or phone booths. No feeling of 'is it a bird?' or 'to the rescue'. No adventures. Instead it just jumps into a showdown with the goons from Krypton who have tracked him down to planet Earth (as you will have seen from the trailers). At times I felt like I was watching Independence Day as the US military is rolled out with tanks & fighter jets to protect the entire human race from superior beings threatening our existence.

The last 60-90 Min's of this film is just 1 giant action sequence, loaded to the teeth with CGI, trucks smashing into skyscrapers & Alien light-beams. The Metropolis half destroyed... Superman probably kills a few thousand civilians himself as collateral given the amount of vehicles he uses as bowling balls. I enjoy a bit of action, but this was way too much, and way over the top to the point it just got tiresome and the film starved itself of dialogue, character development and audience interaction. We the audience are asked to endure some horrible one liners such as "they say it's all downhill from the first kiss" in between the brain-dead smashing up of skyscrapers. I was firmly switched off in the last half hour because the director asked nothing of me while he got his kicks.

This action overkill wasn't really what we were sold in the trailers which focused on the gritty & emotional interactions of a young Clark with Kevin Costner over an Enya score (almost Gladiator-esque) - this sold us a totally different tone to the alien-action movie we actually get.

Overall i'm left with a feeling of what this movie could have been with the right director & stronger writing. Perhaps Sam Mendes would have been a better choice given the job he did on Skyfall and the human interaction of Craig, Dench and Bardem throughout while maintaining awesome action set-pieces. Snyder had a great cast at his disposal here he that really should have done much better with. Crowe & Shannon did the best they could with what they had to work with. Costner stole the show. Cavill was a perfect fit for Superman and brought a physical presence to the role of Superman that Bale & Hardy brought to Batman & Bane. Laurence Fishburne may as well have been cut from the movie all together in his utterly pointless role as Editor at the Planet and Adams was wasted in the weakly written part of Lane.

It's perhaps unfair to expect another Dark Knight, given it's standing as one of the greatest films ever alongside The Godfather & Shawshank here on IMDb, but I was at least hoping for a movie on a par with Batman Begins, to really set the tone for another epic series of modern-day comic hero movies from DC. Instead I left the cinema feeling like I just saw 20 minutes of Avatar eventually turn into Independence Day meets Transformers in a piece of film-making that will be rather forgettable in the end.

Maybe at some point in the next 30 years Superman will finally get his day like Batman got his in 2008 in The Dark Knight.
Meh of feels
I remember the day this film came out like it was yesterday. Because it literally was. It only came out three years ago. Me and a buddy skipped school to see this film opening day. We were so excited for this film and we were not even Superman fans. The trailer where Zod's menacing voice over told Kal El to turn himself in or watch earth suffer the consequences was chilling and a stroke of advertising genius. Easily one of the best trailers ever made. Our combined hype for this film was like the hype I had experienced for The Dark Knight Rises. I guess I should have got a clue as the mixed feelings I had for that film were multiplied ten fold in this film. Man of steel is a mess. The pacing is off with the film cutting back and forth too much in time at the beginning leaving adult Clark Kent a half baked husk of a character. Speaking of characters, where is the character development in this film? I had almost zero attachment to any of the characters presented. Which is either a symptom of me not really knowing the characters of the comics as a converting superman fan, or is a result of poor writing. The film did have some interesting ideas when it came to the visual design of the costumes and technology. The Cgi became a mixed bag of untextured and obvious Cgi men punching each other, which certainly disappointed me as I found some of the action scenes to be otherwise terrific. And then the action scenes went on,and on, and then I got quite bored and by the time the best fight started between Zod and Superman, I didn't care anymore because I knew Superman had to win. I mean it would have been cool if I was not so exhausted by the previous thirty minutes of mind numbing and repetitive violence inflicted on extremely fake looking Cgi people. The film felt longer than it was and is, sadly, not re-watchable at all with it's drab, miserable, tone and inconsistent pacing. A very low 5 out of 10 for this bloated bore.
Sadly a yawner and not super at all; Pointless reboot (again) of the Superman franchise
MAN OF STEEL (2013) **1/2 Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe, Antje Traue, Harry Lennix, Richard Schiff, Christopher Meloni, Kevin Costner, Ayelet Zurer, Laurence Fishburne. Pointless reboot (again) of the Superman franchise has all the flash and smoke and mirrors of its CGI digital trappings and bloated storyline no thanks to Hack - I mean Zack Snyder's leaden direction - with a passable 'darker' script by David S. Goyer and Christopher Nolan (responsible for the far more successfully bleaker Batman re- imagined trilogy). Again a hodgepodge of the original Christopher Reeve (my money the ONLY Superman; yeah I said it) first two films whereby Kal-El nee Clark Kent (a passable yet somewhat plastic Cavill - um, No Heart; 'nuff said) learns of his Krypton origins and facing the wrath of his late father Jor-El's (Crowe decidedly and welcome low-key turn) frienemy General Zod (Shannon having a field day chewing scenery and gnashing teeth into a hissy fit tantrum; Terence Stamp is eye rolling somewhere) - yadda yadda yadda - if you've seen the aforementioned films that's all you need to know. Adams is miscast as Lois Lane; Costner is the best thing in re: acting (got choked up when he tells Clark, "..You are my son!") ; and a last act that feels cut from "The Avengers" street fight. Sadly a yawner and not super at all.
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