Man of Steel: No Spoiler Movie Review

I have been reading a lot of movie reviews since yesterday and I was surprised that Rotten Tomatoes scored "Man of Steel" 75/100 though I have also browsed some nonsense reactions saying that they got bored while watching the movie, on my thoughts, maybe they are expecting a typical superhero movie and bystanders shouting, "it's a bird, no it's not a plane...it's Superman (gets mo?).

Rebooting any Superhero flick is such a big challenge to all movie outfits, thinking on how they can surpass the previous installment. But hey, it's a risk specially if the film didn't cover the production cost and in short -- a flop.

[caption id="attachment_7847" align="aligncenter" width="350"]Clark Kent: I have so many questions. Where do I come from? Clark Kent: I have so many questions. Where do I come from?[/caption]

As a big fan of any superhero flick, like Superman - one of the most loved character of all time.

Henry Cavill did a great job and he acted really well. You can see his emotions and you are convinced that Clark Kent is blessed with the people around him, understanding his special powers and impressed with his discovery of powers.

I saw "Man of Steel" in 3D, though my eyes are bit tired on that night; I still managed to focus myself watching it wearing 3D glasses and enjoyed each every scene (thank you for inventing this technology!). Here's short spoiler, I got bored on the first part of the film maybe I am just too sleepy because I hate storytelling parts but you will be amazed with each fighting scenes (spoiler alert! the flick has the best action scenes & special effects) - it was really intense parang Dragon Ball anime!


I know that it is really hard to make any superhero flick with lots of expectations, critics and intrigues - still, I am entertained.

Now, time for me to buy a Superman shirt...No, that's not a "S" - It means HOPE!

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

Director: Zack Snyder, written by Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer

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