prowl123 wrote:Didn't like it at all. Too much of an action movie for me. I expected this incredibly deep movie about how difficult Superman's life was, and that's where it appeared to be going for quite a while, but instead it turned into a generic action thriller.
With Zack Snyder at the helm? I think not.
prowl123 wrote:The ending battle sequence was stunning but it felt amazing drawn out and didn't seem like something Superman would do. I seriously doubt he would completely destroy an entire city and think nothing of it.
You can hardly blame Superman for the collateral damage. What, do you expect him to just ask Zod for a change of battlefield? Hey, could you try NOT punching me into buildings? Superman actually did
try to drag the fight out into space, but Zod pulled it right back down to Metropolis. It was more Zod's fault than anything. Blaming Superman is like blaming the Avengers for destroying New York, or the Autobots for Chicago getting trashed.
prowl123 wrote:I also doubt he would ever kill Zod, regardless of what he was doing.. That's not the Superman I know.
As much as I hated
that scene, it does have precedence in the comics. Also in Superman II.
prowl123 wrote:I was also very irritated by the fact that they skipped over his entire childhood. If they're gonna change his personality like that then they should've gone through his childhood more and made Johnathan a bigger character with more of an influence on Clark's decisions in regards to his powers.
I don't know what you're talking about, because they dealt with that heavily.