With all that said, I did like Bryan Singer as the director and I don’t think this was his fault. There were some good things about the movie. The CGI was very good, the movie had a decent flow to it, and the airplane scene was awesome, especially in 3D. But come on! Can anyone tell me the last time Superman threw a punch in any of these movies? I, we, need a real villain who will physically challenge the Man of Steel and re-establish the franchise. Hollywood had tried for years to make a new Superman but couldn’t agree on the script, on the actor, director, and all this other bullshit. (Did you know that Nicholas Cage was paid $20 million just to read the script? Look at the picture below and tell me a disaster was avoided.) Kevin Smith wrote a script but it was rejected because he wouldn’t cede to every demand of the studio. I would have loved if Smith did it. He’s a huge fan of the comic and would have stayed true to it. This is the problem with Hollywood. These big time executives want to control every single thing thus sucking all the creativity out of the film. I’m sorry I’m just so disgusted. Therefore, I am happy they are rebooting the franchise. All I’m saying is that they better deliver with a new villain and plot. If they don’t, then these shithead Hollywood morons would have ruined an American icon…no an international icon. Superman may have been created in the US but he’s just as recognized everywhere else in the world.
Have you ever seen anything as awful as this picture?